July 23, 2014

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Music Man heads to L’burg PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 9:11 AM

Voices of Indiana presents Meredith Willson’s The Music Man concert version Friday, Aug. 1, and Saturday, Aug. 2, at 7 p.m. in the Lawrenceburg High School Auditorium. The cast includes youth participants in grades four through 12 and adults. Directed by Susan Herrick and Jennifer Eliason, the  musical show piece features light staging and choreography, and the beloved music from this Broadway classic.

Admission is $10 for adults or $5 for students. Tickets are available at the door, cash or check accepted.

“Marian is such a joy to portray; she fits my personality, and her songs are beautiful,” said Lawrenceburg resident and high school senior Sydney Orndorff, who plays Marian, the librarian.

 
Hogan Water raising connection price PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, July 22, 2014 9:13 AM

Hogan Water Corporation will be raising their prices for disconnecting and reconnecting water to $40 each. Water sample cost will be raised to $45.

This is a reminder to all plumbers in the area that if you are working on a house and need to turn the water off or on for any reason that you are to notify Hogan Water Corporation. You are liable for any damage to the meter if you turn the water on or off at the meter.

For more information contact Hogan Water Corporation at 1-812-926-9229.

 
Protect yourself from skin cancer PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, July 22, 2014 9:12 AM

As summer marches on, so does fun in the sun around Indiana. State health officials want Hoosiers to know the risks of sun exposure and take measures to protect against developing skin cancer. Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the U.S. and affects more people than lung, breast, colon and prostate cancers combined. According to the American Cancer Society, approximately one in five Americans will be diagnosed with skin cancer during their lifetime.

The two most common types of skin cancer, basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas, can be cured, especially if the cancer is detected and treated early. According to the ACS, melanoma accounts for less than 2 percent of skin cancer cases, however, it causes the most skin cancer related deaths, killing one American every hour.

During 2008 to 2012, approximately 1,190 Hoosiers were diagnosed with melanoma each year and about 214 Hoosiers died each year as a result. According to the Indiana Cancer Facts and Figures 2012 report, the number of basal cell and squamous cell skin cancers is hard to estimate as these cases are not required to be reported to the Indiana State Cancer Registry.

Take the following steps to reduce your risk of skin cancer:
*Limit or avoid exposure to the sun during peak hours (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.).
*Wear sunscreen with a Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of 15 or more that protects from both UVA and UVB rays.
*Wear clothing that has built-in SPF in the fabric or wear protecting clothing, such as long sleeves and long pants (tightly woven, dark fabrics protect your skin better than lightly colored, loosely woven fabrics).
*Wear a hat that protects your scalp and shades your face, neck, and ears.
*Avoid using tanning beds and sun lamps.
*Wear sunglasses to protect your eyes from ocular melanoma (melanoma of the eye).
*ALWAYS protect your skin – Skin is still exposed to UV rays even on cloudy days and during the winter months. Use extra caution around water, snow, and sand, as they reflect the sun’s ultraviolet rays.

Changes in the shape, size and color of moles may indicate skin cancer. To help with early detection for melanoma and other skin cancers, health officials suggest the following ABCDE guidelines when looking at a mole to determine if you should be concerned.
A = Asymmetry: One half of the mole (or lesion) does not match the other half.
B = Border: Border irregularity; the edges are ragged, notched or blurred.
C = Color: The pigmentation is not uniform, with variable degrees of tan, brown or black.
D = Diameter: The diameter of a mole or skin lesion is greater than six millimeters (or the size of a pencil eraser). Any sudden increase in the size of an existing mole should be checked.
E = Evolution: Existing moles changing shape, size or color.
For more information about skin cancer in Indiana, visit the Indiana Cancer Facts and Figures 2012 report, a comprehensive report on the burden of cancer in Indiana at http://indianacancer.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/ICC-Facts-and-Figures-2012-Melanoma_Skin-Cancer-pg-45-49.pdf.

To visit the Indiana State Department of Health’s website, go to www.StateHealth.in.gov. For important health information and updates, follow the Indiana State Department of Health on Twitter at @StateHealthIN and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/isdh1.

 
Certified survey on board agenda PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, July 15, 2014 4:08 PM

The City of Greendale Planning Commission will meet at 6 p.m. July 28, to discuss a certified survey\lot subdivision in Greendale.

 
Fire ruled accidental PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, July 15, 2014 4:08 PM

An 11:49 p.m. fire at 202 Pattison St., Aurora, Friday, July 11, has been ruled accident, said Aurora Fire Chief Jeffery Lane.

The fire scene was investigated by fire investigator Clayton Kinder from the Indiana State Fire Marshal’s office, who made the ruling, said Lane.

Contained to the basement by firefighters from three departments, the fire at the Patsy Doerr residence caused an estimated $140,000 damage, with smoke and heat damage to the upstairs, said Lane. No one was injured, however.

 
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