The South Dearborn Regional Sewer District Board is leaning toward making a major change that could result in the district’s administrator losing his job, and takeover of the plant’s day-to-day ope
Aurora police officers have a little more incentive to stay with the city.
The Lawrenceburg Fire Department will once again, for the seventh year, partner with Special Olympics Indiana to host the annual Fire Truck Pull to benefit Special Olympics athletes residing in Rip
LAWRENCEBURG - For Justin Grant, Lawrenceburg Speedway is akin to a second home.
ST. LEON - It’s always popular when a hometown athlete wins the big event on the home field, court or, in this case, road racing course.
AURORA - South Dearborn High School is looking for incoming students in Grades 9-12 interested in competing in boys tennis and girls golf for the fall 2019 seasons.
Submitted photo: Sylvia Phillips, left, and Sarah Poltrack, two area college students interning with the East Indiana Area Health Education Center in Batesville, participate in an active listening exercise during Behavioral Health Careers Day June 7 in Lawrenceburg. The event, hosted by Community Mental Health Center, Inc. and co-sponsored by CMHC and East Indiana AHEC, provided students an opportunity to learn about careers in the behavioral health field.
Students from two local high schools along with two college interns recently participated in a Behavioral Health Careers Day event hosted by Community Mental Health Center, Inc., Lawrenceburg, and
Students excel at Franklin College
Franklin College has announced its president’s and dean’s list for the spring 2019 semester.
Great Parks of Hamilton County’s Shaker Trace Nursery, which holds the seeds of more than 200 species of native plants from the region, will hold its first native plant sale during an open house sc
Edith Ann Lostutter, 87, of Rising Sun, Ind., died at 5:20 a.m. Sunday, July 21, 2019, peacefully, at her residence.
James G. Utter, 90, of Dillsboro passed away Tuesday, July 16, 2019, at Highpoint Health in Lawrenceburg.
Paul Sharpe, 88, Dillsboro, died Saturday, July 20, 2019. Services are pending at Filter-DeVries Funeral Home, Dillsboro.
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