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University of Michigan wrestling standout Mason Parris was one of the early guest on The Roope and Rumsey Show podcast on YouTube, launched last month by former Dearborn County athletes Mike Roope (left) and Bill Rumsey (right). The boys all donned Wolverines athletic gear for the occasion. (The R & R Show)

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Indianapolis Motor Speedway president Doug Boles (left) and past NTT Indy Car Series president Jay Frye smile while posing with Register photographer Patrick Meyer during a break in 2019 Indy 500 qualifying. Photo by Patrick Meyer

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Lawrenceburg will host four early-bird pool pass regis

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Our minds and practices for three months have been occupied with the battle against COVID-19.

When students in Lawrenceburg and Sunman-Dearborn schools start back in August, or whenever classes return to the buildings, they will be paying more for their lunches.


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Lawrenceburg Speedway’s grandstand, pictured with a full house during the 2018 season, will look different at 50 percent capacity, due to COVID-19 restrictions, for its delayed season opener coming Saturday, June 20. (Brandon Murray)

LAWRENCEBURG - Lawrenceburg Speedway’s 70th anniversary racing season opener would have been a big deal anyway, had it come off as scheduled Saturday, April 4.

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South Dearborn High School football senior quarterback Adam Dixon (seated, center) recently committed to attend Wilmington College, in Wilmington, Ohio, this fall. Joining him, also seated, were parents Deanna and Jeff Dixon. Second row, from left, are SD assistant coach Kenny Higgins and head coach Rand Ballart. A three-year starter for the Knights, Dixon tied or broke 11 SD offensive record during his senior season last fall, earning EIAC 4A Division MVP honors. He was selected to play in the IFCA North-South All-Star Game, canceled this summer due to COVID-19 restrictions. Wilmington's Quakers compete at the NCAA Division III level and are a member of the 10-team Ohio Athletic Conference. (SD Athletics)

INDIANAPOLIS - As campgrounds, inns, restaurants, park offices and nature centers reopen at Indiana State Parks, some other features that summer guests traditionally use at those and other Departme


When students in Lawrenceburg and Sunman-Dearborn schools start back in August, or whenever classes return to the buildings, they will be paying more for their lunches.

Duke Energy is warning its Indiana customers to be on guard against phone calls from scammers who are demanding that utility customers pay their electric bill immediately or risk having their elect

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East Central High School FCCLA students at the state conference were: Hannah Laymon, Jocelyn Hylton, Hayley Lewis, Natalie Douthit, Katelynn Osman, Madison Miller, Lydia Trabel, Lacey Kelly, Camryn Randolph, Emma Wilhelm, John Lake; Row 2: Erin Carson, Kaytlin Collins, Lara Moster, Hannah Middleton, Emma Green, Josie Volpenhein, Maycey Miller, Mia Klem, Olivia Stenger, Paige Lyness; Row 3: Madi Adams, Lizzy Backus, Riley Hillgrove, Bella Karle, Maria Deddens, Natalie Klei, Janae Siebert, Maddie Zurweller, Stephany Phillips, Bianca Fliehman, Sophie Allen, Michelle Batta, and Mykenzie Fields. Submitted photo

Sixty-six members of the East Central/Sunman Dearborn Middle School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America attended the 2020 State Leadership Conference March 5-7 at the Horizon Convention


Verneda Wendelman - 85, of Dillsboro, died Wednesday, May 20, 2020, at Ripley Crossing in Milan. Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home, Dillsboro, entrusted with arrangements.

Robert “Bob” C. Ammer, of Lawrenceburg, IN, on May 23, 2020 at the age of 85, 2 days short of being 86. Bob was born May 25, 1934 in Pittsburgh, PA to the late Otto E.

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