The case of a former nursing home employee charged with battery resulting in death of an endangered adult and reckless homicide at a Dearborn County nursing home took a new twist this week when her attorneys filed a motion to dismiss all charges claiming Kathy Hess has not been granted a speedy trial guaranteed by the Sixth Amendment of the US C

Memorial Day Weekend ushered in the summer season with a pleasant surprise for folks living outside of Lawrenceburg who want to use the city’s pool.

On the recommendation of pool manager Dee Abbott, the city’s board of works Monday, May 18, lowered pool prices to keep pace with Greendale, and to reverse a drop in attendance.

Tara Bailey, South Dearborn senior shortstop and a first-team All-State selection, connects for a three-run home run on a high fly ball over the right field fence in Monday's 14-8 Class 3A softball sectional win over Batesville at Lawrenceburg. It marked Bailey's fifth homer this spring.

 

LAWRENCEBURG - Twice in the first three innings, South Dearborn softball put up substantial leads, 4-0 and 7-4, in Monday’s Class 3A sectional first round at Lawrenceburg.

Lawrenceburg left fielder Katie McCord flags down a Greensburg fly ball early in the Lady Tigers' 9-0 Class 3A softball sectional first-round loss in a drizzly Memorial Day tournament opener at LHS Monday.

 

 

LAWRENCEBURG - Two titanic left field home runs by Keauna Schultz helped lift No. 3-ranked Greensburg to a 9-0 sectional first-round victory over host Lawrenceburg on Memorial Day.

At the end of the Dearborn County Council meeting Tuesday night, May 26, council president Randy Lyness took a moment to address the $11 million elephant in the room.

“I think we need to do it, we just need to figure out how to pay for it,” said Lyness.

Denise Freitag Burdette/The Register: Board-certified music therapist Kiersten Meister, MT-BC, of  Keys for Success, Cincinnati, is joined, from left, by Max Rinck, son of Dan and Michelle Rinck, Aurora; Kyle Chambers, son of Pauline and Ken Chambers, Batesville, and Thomas Simmons, son of Paula and Erik Simmons, Greendale, during group music therapy at the New Horizons Rehabilitation building in Penntown.

When Kiersten Meister was in college she decided to major in psychology.

Then one day she was introduced to the concept of music therapy by friends.

Although she always loved music, she never thought about combining it with her psychology studies, she said.

“I just fell in love with the idea of it,” said Meister.

Tara Bailey, South Dearborn senior shortstop and a first-team All-State selection, connects for a three-run home run on a high fly ball over the right field fence in Monday's 14-8 Class 3A softball sectional win over Batesville at Lawrenceburg. It marked Bailey's fifth homer this spring.
Lawrenceburg left fielder Katie McCord flags down a Greensburg fly ball early in the Lady Tigers' 9-0 Class 3A softball sectional first-round loss in a drizzly Memorial Day tournament opener at LHS Monday.
Denise Freitag Burdette/The Register: Board-certified music therapist Kiersten Meister, MT-BC, of  Keys for Success, Cincinnati, is joined, from left, by Max Rinck, son of Dan and Michelle Rinck, Aurora; Kyle Chambers, son of Pauline and Ken Chambers, Batesville, and Thomas Simmons, son of Paula and Erik Simmons, Greendale, during group music therapy at the New Horizons Rehabilitation building in Penntown.

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The case of a former nursing home employee charged with battery resulting in death of an endangered adult and reckless homicide at a Dearborn County nursing home took a new twist this week when her

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Judy Barrick, 69, Harrison, formerly of Lebanon, Ohio, died Tuesday, May 25, 2015. Jackman Kercheval Meyers Funeral Home, Harrison, is in charge of arrangements.