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Indiana's public smoking ban has been on the books for three years, and this summer legislators will explore the law's benefits to determine whether it can be expanded.

Operators of River Watch restaurant, Lawrenceburg, and the city administration have been struggling to work out a new contract.

Negotiations between the City of Lawrenceburg and the owner of Riverwatch Restaurant may not sink the business, but the relationship is going to dramatically change one way or the other.

Bob Mattingly photo: Ellie Geiger, Cincinnati, a volunteer at the Red Wolf Sanctuary near Rising Sun, watches as wolf puppies Dale, left, and Elu give wolf kisses to Red Wolf employee Justin Miniard, Cincinnati. Geiger has been accepted into veterinary school.

It’s puppy and kitten time at the Red Wolf Sanctuary just outside Rising Sun. But don’t look for domestic varieties. The newest residents are gray wolf puppies and bobcat kittens.

Tyler Nicely of Owensboro, Ky., drove the No. 25 car to what turned out to be a $6,500 win in Saturday night's Merrill Downey Memorial Modified feature at Lawrenceburg Speedway. (Tim Thomas/L'burg Speedway)

LAWRENCEBURG - Owensboro, Kentucky, native Tyler Nicely won the fourth annual Merrill Downey Memorial at Lawrenceburg Speedway Saturday night.

Seventeen-year old Seth Eliason, visiting from Minnetonka, Minn., won Saturday's Voices of Indiana Greendale 4th of July 5K Run in a time of 16:24 at the head of a field of 402.

GREENDALE - A wild-card entry from the state of Minnesota breezed to the win in Saturday's well-attended 20th annual Voices of Indiana Greendale Fourth of July 5K Run.

Operators of River Watch restaurant, Lawrenceburg, and the city administration have been struggling to work out a new contract.
Bob Mattingly photo: Ellie Geiger, Cincinnati, a volunteer at the Red Wolf Sanctuary near Rising Sun, watches as wolf puppies Dale, left, and Elu give wolf kisses to Red Wolf employee Justin Miniard, Cincinnati. Geiger has been accepted into veterinary school.
Joe Awad/The Journal-Press: Indiana Gov. Mike Pence prepares to take a big bite out of a big burger at the Lawrenceburger, U.S. 50. Thursday, July 2. Surrounded by his Republican faithful from northern Dearborn County, the govenor took the opportunity to speak about a letter he recently sent to President Barack Obama informing him that Indiana will not comply with new, overly-stringent rules from the EPA on burning coal for power. To comply with the rules would put nearly 40,000 Hoosiers out of
Tyler Nicely of Owensboro, Ky., drove the No. 25 car to what turned out to be a $6,500 win in Saturday night's Merrill Downey Memorial Modified feature at Lawrenceburg Speedway. (Tim Thomas/L'burg Speedway)
Seventeen-year old Seth Eliason, visiting from Minnetonka, Minn., won Saturday's Voices of Indiana Greendale 4th of July 5K Run in a time of 16:24 at the head of a field of 402.

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