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OA Football

September 11, 2014
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The Oldenburg Academy football team is in its second season.  Wes Gillman and his staff already have two wins to their credit since the program began.  Though this might seem to be a low number, this is quite an accomplishment when you are beginning a new program in a 1A school.  Add to this...

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Fall Sports

September 10, 2014
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Yesterday I talked about attending local high school and college football games.  If you do not enjoy football, there are many other fall sports going on that would certainly enjoy your attendance.  Most schools now have boys tennis, boys and girls cross country, boys and girls soccer, volleyball, and girls golf.  You can enjoy these...

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Enjoying Fall

September 9, 2014
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We are still technically in summer, but since we are past Labor Day everyone considers us to be in Fall.  Very few people like the fact that another summer has ended, but there are a lot of activities to enjoy in the Fall.  No matter who your favorite college team is, most people who attend...

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Reds 2015

September 8, 2014
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Even if the Reds go on a winning streak in September, there is little chance that they can move out of 4th place.  In fact, right now they are struggling to stay ahead of the Cubs.  A lot of questions need to be answered during the off season. Will they sign all of their...

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Khris Negron

September 5, 2014
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The feel good story of the year for the Reds is the emergence of Khris Negron as a major leaguer.  This is his first shot as a regular player for the Reds.  He got his chance because of all of the Reds’ injuries this season.  The infielder/outfielder can play almost any position on the...

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Cincinnati Reds

September 4, 2014
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We still have most of the month of September left in the major league baseball season, and the Reds are still close enough that they could possibly make the playoffs.  It became obvious last Sunday that the Reds’ brain trust doesn’t really think this is going to happen. When you have many high salaried...

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Big and Little

September 3, 2014
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Another high school football season is already in its third week.  The largest and smallest schools playing football locally are East Central and Milan.  After two weeks, the Indians are 1-1 and East Central is 0-2, but that is not the story. Even though Milan has a new coach, they are off to another...

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College Football

September 2, 2014
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Another college football season got underway last week.  My alma mater, Purdue, looks like they might be able to score this year, but they still have no defense.  Oh, well, they are making progress in one area anyway. It is always interesting to see the first pre-season football ratings and then watch as the first...

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Labor Day

September 1, 2014
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Happy Labor Day!  This holiday marks the official end of summer as we think of it.  There will be major league baseball games today, but other than that most of the people will be more interested in a final summer picnic and hoping to see fireworks somewhere.  This is a chance for you and...

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Pitching Cousins

August 29, 2014
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Recently Alex Meyer and Bryan Hoeing both had pitching appearances here in the Midwest.  Alex Meyer, currently pitching for the Minnesota Twins Triple A affiliate started on the mound at Victory Field in Indianapolis against the Pittsburgh Pirates Triple A affiliate.  Even though Alex did not have a good night and lasted only into...

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5:30 pm Hope CANCER SUPPORT GROUP @ United Methodist Church
Hope CANCER SUPPORT GROUP @ United Methodist Church
Jul 30 @ 5:30 pm
The Batesville United Methodist Church, in partnership with Margaret Mary Health, will soon be offering a cancer support group whose goal is to ensure access to valuable community resources to those living with cancer. The group will also provide hope, encouragement, education and sanctuary. HOPE will meet on the last Thursday of each month at 5:30 PM at the Batesville United Methodist Church and will feature a guest speaker, time for topic discussion and fellowship. The Batesville community and beyond are invited to attend! The first session is scheduled for Thursday, June 26 and will feature a discussion around the emotional rollercoaster of cancer and the fear of recurrence. For a complete list of monthly topics or for more information, contact Kari Ann Rennekamp of the Margaret Mary Outpatient and Cancer Center at 812.933.3741 or the Batesville United Methodist Church at 812.934.3137.
5:30 pm Money Matters: Becoming an Onlin... @ Batesville Memorial Public Library
Money Matters: Becoming an Onlin... @ Batesville Memorial Public Library
Jul 30 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Join representatives from each of Batesville’s local banks at the Batesville Public Library who will offer tips and personal assistance to master your online and mobile banking! Stop by any time between 5:30 and 7:30 Thursday, July 30 to learn how these online tools can help you manage your accounts, balance your budget, pay your bills, save and more! Feel free to bring your laptop, tablet or smartphone.
7:00 pm “The Best of Batman” Movie Showing @ The Gibson Theatre
“The Best of Batman” Movie Showing @ The Gibson Theatre
Jul 30 @ 7:00 pm
In honor of the 76th anniversary of Batman, the Gibson Theatre will be showing the animated film, “The Best of Batman” on Thursday, July 30 at 7:00 pm. Free to the public, costumes welcome! The first children will receive a Batman Book or Comic Book donated by the Batesville Memorial Public Library. Sponsored by Batesville’s own Grinning Goblin Comics & Games. Supported by the Batesville Memorial Public Library. **Use your summer reading coupon for popcorn & drink at the Gibson Theatre!**

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