Mason Parris (47-0), ranked No. 2 in the state at 225 pounds all season, looks for the pin en route to three more match win for his second-straight regional championship for Lawrenceburg Saturday at Richmond. (Sue Story photo)

 

RICHMOND - Five Dearborn County wrestlers won IHSAA regional weight class championships Saturday.

Junior Corryn Caudy (32) gets underneath Bloomington South's swarming defense for an open shot early in Friday's 43-39 Class 4A sectional semifinal round overtime loss at Bloomington North.

 

East Central's Hannah Schloemer (15) has the ball jarred loose, breaking up a fastbreak layup chance, in the Lady Trojans' 43-39 OT Class 4A sectional semifinal round loss to Bloomington South in Bloomington Friday night.

 

Submitted photo Debora Louks, who is battling kidney disease, said she does not fear dying but wants to see her grandchildren Abigail and Nathen grow up.

Debora Louks has been battling an extremely difficult disease most of her adult life. And she may well have died several times over if not for her will to survive.

Its your lucky year.

As the State of Indiana celebrates it bicentennial, the state parks system is celebrating its centennial.

Their gift to you is a way to enter any state park in 2016 without paying a fee with help from your local library.

Mason Parris (47-0), ranked No. 2 in the state at 225 pounds all season, looks for the pin en route to three more match win for his second-straight regional championship for Lawrenceburg Saturday at Richmond. (Sue Story photo)
Junior Corryn Caudy (32) gets underneath Bloomington South's swarming defense for an open shot early in Friday's 43-39 Class 4A sectional semifinal round overtime loss at Bloomington North.
Lawrenceburg's Drew Wilson recovers the ball, jarred loose in a collision between East Central's Alex Campbell (on floor) and Curtis White in Thursday's 49-43 EC win at St. Leon.
Lawrenceburg's Brooke Boyd (21) and Makenna White (center) contest a shot by Danielle Clark of South Dearborn in Wednesday's 65-62 OT win by the Lady Tigers.
Submitted photo Debora Louks, who is battling kidney disease, said she does not fear dying but wants to see her grandchildren Abigail and Nathen grow up.

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Franklin County Soil & Water Conservation District along with Purdue Extension and Whitewater River Watershed, will be holding a conservation workshop Saturday, March 12.  

Obituaries

David L. Hetismer, 66, Harrison, died Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016. He was a Vietnam War U.S. Army veteran. Jackman Kercheval Meyers Funeral Home, Harrison, is in charge of arrangements.