In a way, John Rudisell still sees himself as “just a little kid from St. Leon.”

But the 1986 East Central High School graduate has since had experiences that little kid could only dream about as part of the U.S. Navy.

The latest experience was serving as a driver during the 58th presidential inauguration last month.

photo by Jeff Mainous Tarry Feiss claims her first Grand National victory in Fort Recovery, Ohio, in July 2016 with her “Feissty Farmer” Light Unlimited.

Photo by Josh Steinmetz: Feiss Motorsports’ Rick Ertel and Tarry and Todd Feiss accept the NTPA’s Hard Charger Award.

The feisty Feiss couple, Terry and Todd, have hit one of the pinnacles of truck and tractor pulling and $10,000 to go with the honor presented by the National Tractor Pullers Association.

The large empty parking lot across the street from Proximo could be the site of an indoor sports complex if Lawrenceburg is willing to give the land free to a contractor and his business partner.

South Dearborn's Peyton Sipple (50) scores on the flat-out run off the outlet pass in the Knights' 53-28 EIAC road loss at Franklin County Tuesday.

John Tedesco’s steal and drive to the basket sparked South Dearborn’s Knights briefly at the start of the second half in Tuesday night’s 53-28 EIAC loss at Franklin County.

 

Brady Ewing (44) shoots under heavy pressure from Franklin County rivals in Saturday’s 36-30 defensive win by East Central. (Sandy Mahoney)

 

East Central sophomore Alex Maxwell (32) drives to the bucket for a left-handed shot, heavily contested by a pair of Franklin County defenders, in the Trojans’ 36-30 EIAC boys varsity basketball win Saturday night at St. Leon. (Sandy Mahoney)

 

Bob Mattingly photo Dr. Mark Fischer shows how the apparent size of the moon and the sun result in eclipses observed on Earth, even though the sun is 400 times the size of the moon.

If you know how fast your fingernails grow, you know about how fast the moon is moving away from the Earth.

Because the moon is doing so, Earth no longer will have solar eclipses - in roughly 600 million years. (So you can wait to stock up on bread and milk.)

photo by Jeff Mainous Tarry Feiss claims her first Grand National victory in Fort Recovery, Ohio, in July 2016 with her “Feissty Farmer” Light Unlimited.
South Dearborn's Peyton Sipple (50) scores on the flat-out run off the outlet pass in the Knights' 53-28 EIAC road loss at Franklin County Tuesday.
Brady Ewing (44) shoots under heavy pressure from Franklin County rivals in Saturday’s 36-30 defensive win by East Central. (Sandy Mahoney)
Bob Mattingly photo Dr. Mark Fischer shows how the apparent size of the moon and the sun result in eclipses observed on Earth, even though the sun is 400 times the size of the moon.

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In a way, John Rudisell still sees himself as “just a little kid from St. Leon.”

Obituaries

John Busek, 61, Dillsboro, died, Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017. Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home, Milan, is in charge of arrangements.