Photo by Faith Wheat: Jackie Ketcham, Bright, left, takes part in a duck competition at the Dearborn County Community Fair Monday, June 18, at the Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds.
When people think of the Dearborn County 4-H Fair, animal competitions are one of the first things that come to mind. People think about livestock and food competitions, but there is a lot more to 4-H than that.
Submitted photo Chrys Cook, a local land owner and board member of Oak Heritage Conservancy, leads a pollinator walk on her farm, which includes several acres of restored butterfly habitat.
The following is part two of a story showing the importance of pollinators in the community.
Photo by Jenny Awad: Invisible Fence representative Ben Horsley, shows the new pet masks to Lawrenceburg police officer Nick Myers and fire department Capt. Cliff Copeland.
Thanks to the Invisible Fence Company, Lawrenceburg area pets can now breathe a life-saving breath.
Joe Awad/The Register: National Council for Behavioral Health ambassadors Dr. Linda Henderson-Smith and Aaron Williams addressed about 60 people during a recent training session at Lawrenceburg Fire Department.
Two ambassadors from the National Council for Behavioral Health addressed about 60 people in health fields, law enforcement, and other professions regarding the county’s heroin/meth epidemic during a recent training session at the Lawrenceburg Fire Department.
Submitted photo: Dearborn Community Foundation Board member Randy Tyler, right, delivers a $1,000 grant check to members of the Aurora First United Methodist Church, from left to right, Roger Fehling, Ken Elder, Ann Elder and Bonnie Nocks. DCF grant monies are to help the church restore its flood-damaged basement kitchen, which is often used for charitable activities in the community.
The following is one in a series of stories about donations being made in honor of the Dearborn Community Foundation’s 20th anniversary.
The Indiana State Police continue to investigate the Memorial Day weekend homicide that occurred on Highridge Court in Dearborn County.   On May 28, Thomas Biedenharn, age 73, was found deceased in his residence in the Hidden Valley subdivision.  
Photo by Faith Wheat: Jackie Ketcham, Bright, left, takes part in a duck competition at the Dearborn County Community Fair Monday, June 18, at the Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds.
Submitted photo Chrys Cook, a local land owner and board member of Oak Heritage Conservancy, leads a pollinator walk on her farm, which includes several acres of restored butterfly habitat.
Photo by Jenny Awad: Invisible Fence representative Ben Horsley, shows the new pet masks to Lawrenceburg police officer Nick Myers and fire department Capt. Cliff Copeland.
Joe Awad/The Register: National Council for Behavioral Health ambassadors Dr. Linda Henderson-Smith and Aaron Williams addressed about 60 people during a recent training session at Lawrenceburg Fire Department.
Submitted photo: Dearborn Community Foundation Board member Randy Tyler, right, delivers a $1,000 grant check to members of the Aurora First United Methodist Church, from left to right, Roger Fehling, Ken Elder, Ann Elder and Bonnie Nocks. DCF grant monies are to help the church restore its flood-damaged basement kitchen, which is often used for charitable activities in the community.

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Photo by Faith Wheat: Jackie Ketcham, Bright, left, takes part in a duck competition at the Dearborn County Community Fair Monday, June 18, at the Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds.

When people think of the Dearborn County 4-H Fair, animal competitions are one of the first things that come to mind.

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Donald Eugene Starker 74, of Dillsboro, passed away June 9, 2018, at High Point Health in Lawrenceburg.