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Snoop Dog

February 23, 2015
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I am sure you are trying to figure out why there is a Huddle Up called Snoop Dog.  No, it will have anything to do with the music world.  This is not really about Snoop Dog, but his son. The young man has just received a scholarship to play football at UCLA.  His dad...

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Bud Wright, Sheridan Football

February 20, 2015
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Just before the Super Bowl this year, the NFL was looking for a coach to honor who had been in the game for a long time.  They also wanted someone who coached the right way.  It was quite ironic that one of the 3 coaches they considered was named Wright. Only one of the 3 was...

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Ernie Banks Funeral

February 19, 2015
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When Ernie Banks passed away in late January, the Chicago Cubs and the city of Chicago went together to plan a funeral memorial for the man they called Mr. Cub.  His casket was on display with a giant “number 14″ Banks jersey covering the casket.  Behind the casket, was a giant picture of Ernie...

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Milan Museum

February 18, 2015
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A couple from Indianapolis traveled to Milan in hopes of seeing the gymnasium in which the ’54 Indians played their games.  They were quickly informed that the old gymnasium had been razed.  However, they were directed to the museum.  Since they had traveled to Milan specifically to see remnants of the ’54 Indians, they thought “why...

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Taunting

February 17, 2015
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If you were at the Batesville vs. New Castle basketball game recently, you will remember that New Castle was assessed a technical foul for taunting.  Some of you might wonder what constitutes taunting on a basketball floor.  The young man from New Castle got his technical because his teammate was just warned by the...

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Girls Sectional Results

February 16, 2015
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Only the Jac-Cen-Del Lady Eagles were able to win a sectional championship among our area schools.  The Eagles defeated Oldenburg Academy 54-33.  The perennial sectional champions will try to win a regional this Saturday.  Congratulations to Coach Smith and his Lady Eagles. The Batesville Lady Bulldogs put up a valiant effort but lost to...

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Athlete’s and Marijuana

February 13, 2015
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If athlete’s were not getting their names in public enough for some of their off-field exploits, now we have the marijuana debate going on in society.  After all, it is legal in Colorado to deal in marijuana.  Does that mean an adult athlete in Colorado can freely participate in its usage just like any...

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Jameis Winston’s Draft

February 12, 2015
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Jameis Winston of Florida State University has put his name in the upcoming NFL draft. It will be interesting to see just how high he will go in this spring’s draft.  After all, the NFL has declared that it is going to do its best to clean up its image.  If they draft Winston,...

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Dumb or Dumber

February 11, 2015
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I am sure you have heard of the exploits of Jose Conseco or Francisco Rodriquez.  Conseco shot off one of his fingers while cleaning his gun.  He is now the subject of every late night comedian’s jokes.  One of these comedian’s said that Conseco could no longer be part of the Top 10 list...

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Pay to Watch

February 10, 2015
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The college football playoff organization, along with the NCAA, have developed a pay plan to cover the expense parents and other family members occur going to the football and/or basketball playoffs.  This year a $1,250 stipend went to each parent to cover the cost of their attendance at the football playoffs.  This covered the...

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5:00 pm KIWANIS CARNIVAL- MAY 22-23-24 @ Batesville Village Green
KIWANIS CARNIVAL- MAY 22-23-24 @ Batesville Village Green
May 22 @ 5:00 pm – May 24 @ 11:00 pm
Fri-Sun, May 22-24      Fun for the whole family with rides, games and tasty treats on the Batesville Village Green starting at 5 PM.  No adm. chg. Jim Hortemiller (812) 934-5267  OR   Dennis Harmeyer, (812) 934-3616. Cost if for ‘Ride bracelet’. Rides-Games – FOOD – Fun! Proceeds benefit the Kiwanis Programs for local Children & Senior Citizens. Friday 5:00-11:00  ($15) Saturday 12:00 – 5:00  ($10)  &  5:00 – 11:00  ($15) Sunday 1:00 – 6:00  ($12)
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9:00 am Memorial Day Rose Event @ Quilter's Nook
Memorial Day Rose Event @ Quilter's Nook
May 23 @ 9:00 am – May 24 @ 4:00 pm
Help remember those that fought for our freedom. Stop by the Quilter’s Nook at 82 Hill Street in Versailles on Saturday, May 23 or Sunday, May 24 and pick up a free rose. Take it to your local cemetery and place it on the grave of a veteran. There are only 250 roses available, so please get there early. We want to make sure that all veterans are remembered this Memorial Day. By participating, an additional 150 roses are being sent to the Arlington National Cemetery. Thank you for participating in this wonderful event. Quilter’s Nook will have roses available on Saturday, May 23 from 9 am – 6 pm and Sunday, May 24 from 12 pm – 4 pm.
5:00 pm KIWANIS CARNIVAL- MAY 22-23-24 @ Batesville Village Green
KIWANIS CARNIVAL- MAY 22-23-24 @ Batesville Village Green
May 23 @ 5:00 pm – May 25 @ 11:00 pm
Fri-Sun, May 22-24      Fun for the whole family with rides, games and tasty treats on the Batesville Village Green starting at 5 PM.  No adm. chg. Jim Hortemiller (812) 934-5267  OR   Dennis Harmeyer, (812) 934-3616. Cost if for ‘Ride bracelet’. Rides-Games – FOOD – Fun! Proceeds benefit the Kiwanis Programs for local Children & Senior Citizens. Friday 5:00-11:00  ($15) Saturday 12:00 – 5:00  ($10)  &  5:00 – 11:00  ($15) Sunday 1:00 – 6:00  ($12)

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