Denise Freitag Burdette/The Register: Ohio County Middle School eighth-graders employed the SEM during a science mini-lesson with a scanning electron microscope recently on loan from Hitachi at Ivy Tech’s Lawrenceburg Riverfront Campus. The microscope is valued at $1 million.

Joe Awad/The Journal-Press: Sam, front, and Vicente, take advantage of warmer temps Thursday, March 7, to chink the historic Angevine Cabin on High Street in Lawrenceburg. They have been carving out and replacing failing chinking between logs, and removing rotted wood as part of a top-to-bottom rehabilitation of the two-story log home. The men work for Woodward Woodcare Log Home Restoration, Indianapolis. 

Marc Emral/The Journal-Press: School’s production of “High School Musical” are, from left in front, Cammi Caldwell, Clara Dobbins and Noah Blankman; in back from left, Jared Tiemann, director Karine Zengerling, and Noah Arnold.

News Stories

Bridge No. 76 along Jamison Road in Bright will be replaced which means a road closure and detour from March 20 to Aug. 18.

Spring is finally in the air!

A few more birds are chirping. Flowers are starting some scattered blooms. Orange barrels will soon start painting the roadways.

Denise Freitag Burdette/The Register: Ohio County Middle School eighth-graders employed the SEM during a science mini-lesson with a scanning electron microscope recently on loan from Hitachi at Ivy Tech’s Lawrenceburg Riverfront Campus. The microscope is valued at $1 million.

With larger-than-life capability, a scanning electron microscope recently was on loan from Hitachi to Ivy Tech’s Lawrenceburg Riverfront Campus, and then to the Lakefront Campus.

Indiana is one of several states experiencing a hepatitis A outbreak, but the Dearborn County Health Department is out in front of the virus with reminders, advice and clinics.

Sports

INDIANAPOLIS - East Central track and field athletes were well-situated after several strong performances in the Hoosier State Relays Indoor Championships qualifier at the University of Indianapoli

East Central girls basketball seniors Abby Koch (25) and Logan Cox (5) were key factors in the Lady Trojans’ 18-7 EIAC championship season. (Sandy Mahoney)

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Aurora St. Mary's Schools fifth-grade girls basketball Lady Bulldogs (13-4) won the South Dearborn League 2019 championship at their grade level recently. They are, first row, from left: Laura Dennis, Rachel Cigolotti and Bailey McGraw. Second row: Eleanor Eaglin, Norah Haverkos, Maddie Ryan and Christine Strzok. (Michelle Ryan)

AURORA - St. Mary's School completed a highly successful girls basketball season recently, winning tournament and league championships at three difference grade levels.

Community

National Invasive Species Awareness campaign is designed to enhance awareness about invasive species and encourage reporting of invasive species from what Purdue University entomology professor Cli

South Dearborn High School graduate Maggie M. Granatir, Aurora, made the 2018 fall dean’s list at IUPUI School of Science.

Obituaries

Sue Miller, 69 of Bowling Green died March 9, 2019, at Tri Star Medical Center.  

Douglas James Maples Sr., 65, of Lawrenceburg, Ind., passed away Saturday, March 9, 2019.

Toby L. Berry, Moores Hill, died Tuesday, March 12, 2019. Services are pending at Rullman Hunger Funeral Home Aurora.

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