“You put your faith in doctors up to a limit. I was completely misdiagnosed initially. A patient is in a situation if something doesn’t seem to make sense, and they don’t have confidence, there certainly is nothing wrong with getting a second opinion.

Milan Youth Soccer is looking to take its program to the next level.

To make that happen, the organization is asking for help from South Dearborn Community School Corporation.

Marc Emral/The Register: Shawna Krzynowek next to the sign she erected to give a shout-out to drivers along Arlington Road in Dillsboro. She is with her fiance Allen (AJ) Johnson, who helped build a strong sign after the original one was blown down during a storm.

The sign sits next to a right-angle turn on Arlington Road in Dillsboro.

Going south, you might not see it. But coming north, it is right in front of you as you turn.

And if you are like many drivers, you’ll slow down to read it.

Submitted photo: East Central High school students Olivia Barrell, Hidden Valley Lake, Lucy Brush, Hidden Valley Lake, Ashley Craig- Bright, and Emily Smith, Bright, are part of The Vibe Destination Imagination Team.

After achieving honors for creativity, teamwork and innovation in regional and state academic tournaments, The Vibe has earned the right to compete in Destination Imagination’s Global Finals, the world’s largest celebration of student creativity, to be held Wednesday, May 24, to Saturday, May 27, in Knoxville, Tenn.

This diving catch of a foul pop by Lawrenceburg's Trent Hughes (right), who waved off first baseman AJ Mueller, helped hold Batesville to 3 runs in the Tigers' 4-3 EIAC baseball win Tuesday.

 

Winning pitcher Jordan Houze slaps hands with teammate Trent Hughes (4) after scoring a run in Lawrenceburg's 4-run fifth-inning rally at Batesville in Tuesday's 4-3 EIAC victory.

 

Marc Emral/The Register: Shawna Krzynowek next to the sign she erected to give a shout-out to drivers along Arlington Road in Dillsboro. She is with her fiance Allen (AJ) Johnson, who helped build a strong sign after the original one was blown down during a storm.
Submitted photo: East Central High school students Olivia Barrell, Hidden Valley Lake, Lucy Brush, Hidden Valley Lake, Ashley Craig- Bright, and Emily Smith, Bright, are part of The Vibe Destination Imagination Team.
This diving catch of a foul pop by Lawrenceburg's Trent Hughes (right), who waved off first baseman AJ Mueller, helped hold Batesville to 3 runs in the Tigers' 4-3 EIAC baseball win Tuesday.

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Paul E. Fultz, 70, Vevay, died Sunday, April 23, 2017.  He was a U.S. Army veteran. Jackman Kercheval Meyers Funeral Home, Harrison, is in charge of arrangements.