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Aurora and Dillsboro lay firefighter hero to rest

April 3, 2015
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Aurora and Dillsboro lay firefighter hero to rest

Firefighters from across the world near and far came to lay Daryl Gordon to rest this week and some of our very own firefighters were present...

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Switzerland Co. man trapped in 12-foot trench

April 3, 2015
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Switzerland Co. man trapped in 12-foot trench

A Switzerland County man was saved after being trapped for five hours in a 12-foot trench...

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Buckle Up! Franklin Co. tightens seatbelt enforcement

April 3, 2015
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Buckle Up! Franklin Co. tightens seatbelt enforcement

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Department is beefing up their campaign to increase seatbelt usage...

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Rising Sun Schools consolidation in voters hands

April 3, 2015
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Rising Sun Schools consolidation in voters hands

Rising Sun students may be going to South Dearborn or Switzerland County schools before too long...

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Pence signs revised Religious Freedom Restoration Act

April 3, 2015
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Pence signs revised Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Revisions have been made in both the House and the Senate to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act...

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Clarification comes to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act

April 2, 2015
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Clarification comes to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Governor Mike Pence is calling on lawmakers to fix the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) by Friday...

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Indian and Charger receive IHSAA scholarship

April 2, 2015
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Indian and Charger receive IHSAA scholarship

Milan and North Decatur students are recognized for their achievements on and off the court...

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Lilly Scholarship to OA and East Central students

April 2, 2015
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Lilly Scholarship to OA and East Central students

Franklin County and Dearborn County name their Lilly Scholars...

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Batesville residents to have water mains flushed

April 2, 2015
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Batesville residents to have water mains flushed

Batesville Water and Gas are flushing the water mains beginning this morning at 5:00...

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Autism Bill Aims to Reduce Injury and Death from Wandering

April 2, 2015
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Autism Bill Aims to Reduce Injury and Death from Wandering

Nearly half of children on the autism spectrum are believed to engage in wandering, a behavior that can end in tragedy...

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Memorial Day Rose Event @ Quilter's Nook
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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.
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