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Roy Hibbert

June 24, 2013
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Roy Hibbert was a big reason the Indiana Pacers did as well as they did in this year’s playoffs. With a little better effort in the 7th game with the Miami Heat, the Pacers might be the talk of Pro Basketball. Roy is the 7’2″ and 280 lb. center for the Pacers. The 27-year...

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Local Ties

June 21, 2013
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Lisa Barnett, English and drama instructor from Batesville Community Schools, recently lost her father, Ronald McCloud, at the age of 90. Mr. McCloud lived in Hanover, Indiana, when he passed away. He was born in Putnam County, Indiana, and he was raised in the Bedford Community. He graduated from Mooresville High School in 1940....

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Open Mouth Insert Foot

June 20, 2013
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I am sure by now you have heard the comments put out by Ohio State President Gee. His remarks about the priests at Notre Dame being angels on weekends but devils during the week would have been bad enough, but then he made some remarks about certain southern schools going to do something but...

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The Forgotten Ones

June 19, 2013
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When a married man becomes a head coach in any sport, but basketball and football in particular, that leaves his wife a widow for several months. In some cases, it becomes almost a year-round sentence. With the demands in time placed on these coaches today with off-season training and coaching it takes a real...

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Baseball Numbering

June 18, 2013
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Baseball is unique in that each position in the scorebook is a number, not letter or words. One is the pitcher, 2 is the catcher, 3 is the first baseman, 4 is the second baseman, 5 is third base, 6 is the shortstop, 7 is the left fielder, 8 is the center fielder, and...

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Score Keeping

June 17, 2013
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Have you ever been the score bookkeeper at any sporting event? All sports have unique things that only the true sport fan understands or even wants to understand. I have kept track, baseball, and basketball books. To the average Joe, you are just writing down the scores as they happen. However, what you are...

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Sport Bars

June 14, 2013
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Have you wondered when sports bars got started? They started in the late 1970′s when Dennis Hannah (pro football player) opened a Legends Bar in Los Angeles. The main feature, of course, was the addition of TVs throughout the bar. Today we have them all over the United States and even around the world....

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Cooperation

June 13, 2013
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So many schools these days have the problem of coaches who fail to share their athletes. This is not the case at Batesville. Both Eric Heppner and Aaron Garrett encourage their athletes to stay active. Both realize that athletes competing on teams are much more likely to stay in shape and do better in...

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Baseball Families

June 12, 2013
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It is too bad that we do not have the baseball traditions that once abounded in this area in the past. There have been three families that come to mind in the great tradition of the Tri-County League of years gone by. The first family was the Wissels. There were at least 5 of...

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Anderson U. Softball

June 11, 2013
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I just recently learned that two BHS alums are leading the Anderson University Ravens into the college World Series of Softball. Devon Moorman and Amy Wuestefeld are the two young ladies. They are both seniors at Anderson and have starred on the team for four years. Devon has won several pitching honors for the...

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5:00 pm Batesville Memorial Public Library Trustees Meeting
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Apr 23 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Purdue University leaders will give an update about the Rebuilding Your Local Food System Program Pilot from 7-9 PM at The Southeastern Indiana YMCA. Child [...]
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Dearborn County Hospital Home Health & Hospice will offer its eight-week Good Grief Support Group beginning on Wednesday, April 9, and continuing through May 28.  [...]
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 Over 600 seedlings will be available on a 1st come basis at our office.  There will be a limit of 5 trees per person.  A variety of [...]

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