Submitted photo: Dearborn Community Foundation Board member Mark Neff, left, delivers a $1,000 grant check to Volunteers in Medicine of Dearborn, Ohio and Switzerland Counties Clinic (VIMDOS) President Lori Grubbs. The DCF grant monies are helping VIMDOS provide quality medical care for underserved residents of the three Southeastern Indiana counties.

News Stories

When Donna Thacker retired from her job as CASA director in August, she accepted the congratulations, accolades, and farewell breakfast with grace, but now she says the war has started.

Submitted photo: Dearborn Community Foundation Board member Mark Neff, left, delivers a $1,000 grant check to Volunteers in Medicine of Dearborn, Ohio and Switzerland Counties Clinic (VIMDOS) President Lori Grubbs. The DCF grant monies are helping VIMDOS provide quality medical care for underserved residents of the three Southeastern Indiana counties.

The Dearborn Community Foundation, Inc.

Aurora’s tax rate should be about 1.4036 in 2019, Aurora Clerk-treasurer Benny Turner told Aurora City Council Monday, Oct. 8.

Sports

Lawrenceburg QB Garrett Yoon (2) dives for extra yardage in the Tigers' 22-14 comeback win over North Harrison in the Class 3A football sectional first round at Dick Meador Stadium Friday, Oct. 19.

LAWRENCEBURG - The most entertaining/exasperating team Lawrenceburg football has fielded in many years will survive and advance another week in the Class 3A sectional playoffs with Friday’s 22-14 f

South Dearborn's Dalton Guthrie (5) looked good returning from a knee injury, rushing for 41 yards and two TDs in the first quarter of Friday's 48-16 Class 4A sectional first round win over Jennings County.

 

AURORA - South Dearborn football returned injured leading rusher Dalton Guthrie Friday, and the junior running back practically walked in for two quick touchdowns in the Knights’ 48-16 Class 4A Sec

East Central linebacker Evan Greiwe (17) shoots in at ankle height to upend Franklin County ballcarrier Hunter Tschaenn in the Trojans' 41-6 Class 4A football sectional first round win at Brookville Friday, Oct. 19. (Sandy Mahoney)

BROOKVILLE - When you start the playoffs playing sloppy football it sometimes means your season ends quickly.

Community

www.bsaworld.com: Jeff and Sheri Easter perform with daughter Morgan, her husband, Landan Smith, who plays drums, and cousin, Jared Easter.Jeff and Sheri Easter perform with daughter Morgan, her husband, Landan Smith, who plays drums, and cousin, Jared Easter.

After thirty-three years of music and marriage, Jeff and Sheri Easter continue to encourage hearts while setting a standard of excellence in the field of southern and country/bluegrass gospel music

Submitted photo: Ivy Tech Lawrenceburg Director of Development Loretta Day, presents Aurora Farmers Fair King Brice Keeton with a $1,000 scholarship while Queen Paige Gindling receives her $1,000 scholarship from Ivy Tech Director of K-14 Initiatives and Recruitment Allie Lay.

Ivy Tech Community College awarded two $1,000 scholarships to the king and queen of the 2018 Aurora Farmers Fair.

High school seniors now can apply online for the 2019 Dearborn Community Foundation, Inc. scholarships by going to the Foundation’s website: dearborncf.org.

Obituaries

Patty S. Cradler, age 77, of Columbus, Ohio, formerly of Aurora, Ind., passed away Thursday, Oct.18, 2018, at Mt. Carmel Hospital East in Columbus, Ohio.

Valerie Jean McPeek 59, of Cincinnati, Ohio, passed away Sunday Oct. 21, 2018, in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Betty Rose Butler, 94, of Lawrenceburg, Ind., passed away on Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018.

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