Denise Freitag Burdtte/The Journal-Press: Andrew Higginbotham, Ivy Tech associate professor of science, had a special way to view the eclipse up on the Lawrenceburg levee at the end of High St. Monday afternoon, Aug. 21. The Sunspotter solar telescope showed a view of the esplise using  a series of mirrors.

“That looks like something Copernicus would have owned,” said a young man on the Lawrenceburg Levee as hundreds of college students and summer lunch guests watched the eclipse at its height in this region.

Chandra L. Mattingly/The Journal-Press: Saved when the Odd Fellows Hall was demolished, this sign marks its former location.

The Odd Fellows hall that once stood on Dillsboro’s Front Street has long since been demolished. But the sign giving its date of establishment, 1845, stands on the otherwise empty lot.

Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives: Off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, July 10, 1945, the USS Indianapolis  is pictured after the final overhaul and repair of combat damage.

A team of civilian researchers led by entrepreneur and philanthropist Paul G. Allen has found the wreck of the World War II cruiser USS Indianapolis (CA 35) which was lost July 30, 1945.

Diana Filtz, a 28-year old pediatrician and Penn State University graduate, won Saturday's Lauren's Burg Hill 5K Run with a time of 20:47 at Dick Meador Stadium.

 

 

Bryan Wagner, a 33-year old St. Lawrence School teacher and Iron Man triathlon athlete, won Saturday's third annual Lauren's Burg Hill 5-Mile Run in a time of 30:02.

 

Wide open over the middle, EC's Logan Storie hauls in a 66-yard TD pass to start the Trojan rally in Friday's 15-14 win at Dick Meador Stadium. (Sandy Mahoney)

 

EC quarterback Alex Maxwell whoops it up after scoring the game-winning TD with 1:39 remaining in Friday's 15-14 comeback victory at Lawrenceburg.

 

Lawrenceburg boys varsity soccer players Robert Gilb and Zane Schwier (17) tie up in a scrum with Oldenburg Academy'[s Drew Kersey (white uniform), while the Tigers' CJ Nutley looks on in Tuesday's 0-0 season-opening draw between preseason state-ranked sides at Oldenburg. (Sandy Mahoney)

 

High-flying high school boys soccer rivals Tyler Lambert (right) of Lawrenceburg and Oldenburg Academy’s Matthew Zinser go up for a head ball in the preseason state-ranked sides’ 0-0 draw Tuesday night at Oldenburg. (Sandy Mahoney)

 

Denise Freitag Burdtte/The Journal-Press: Andrew Higginbotham, Ivy Tech associate professor of science, had a special way to view the eclipse up on the Lawrenceburg levee at the end of High St. Monday afternoon, Aug. 21. The Sunspotter solar telescope showed a view of the esplise using  a series of mirrors.
Chandra L. Mattingly/The Journal-Press: Saved when the Odd Fellows Hall was demolished, this sign marks its former location.
Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives: Off the Mare Island Navy Yard, California, July 10, 1945, the USS Indianapolis  is pictured after the final overhaul and repair of combat damage.
Diana Filtz, a 28-year old pediatrician and Penn State University graduate, won Saturday's Lauren's Burg Hill 5K Run with a time of 20:47 at Dick Meador Stadium.
Wide open over the middle, EC's Logan Storie hauls in a 66-yard TD pass to start the Trojan rally in Friday's 15-14 win at Dick Meador Stadium. (Sandy Mahoney)
Lawrenceburg boys varsity soccer players Robert Gilb and Zane Schwier (17) tie up in a scrum with Oldenburg Academy'[s Drew Kersey (white uniform), while the Tigers' CJ Nutley looks on in Tuesday's 0-0 season-opening draw between preseason state-ranked sides at Oldenburg. (Sandy Mahoney)

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Denise Freitag Burdtte/The Journal-Press: Andrew Higginbotham, Ivy Tech associate professor of science, had a special way to view the eclipse up on the Lawrenceburg levee at the end of High St. Monday afternoon, Aug. 21. The Sunspotter solar telescope showed a view of the esplise using  a series of mirrors.

“That looks like something Copernicus would have owned,” said a young man on the Lawrenceburg Levee as hundreds of college students and summer lunch guests watched the eclipse at its height in this

Obituaries

Lucille P. Paine, age 89, of Hillsboro and formerly of Middletown and Indiana, passed away Tuesday, May 30 , 2017.