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Gibson Gets Financial Help From City Council

June 10, 2014
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Gibson Gets Financial Help From City Council

“The Gibson Theatre is a landmark, similar to the Sherman House. When we talk about small communities, it is an asset that we have and an upgrade that we need.”

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Greensburg Meth Investigation Leads To Another Arrest

June 10, 2014
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Greensburg Meth Investigation Leads To Another Arrest

A multi-month drug investigation that led to charges against nine people in May has put another Decatur County man behind bars...

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TV Segment Highlights School and Business Partnership

June 10, 2014
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TV Segment Highlights School and Business Partnership

The partnership between Batesville High School, Ivy Tech and local companies is getting more attention statewide. Batesville Schools Superintendent Dr. Jim Roberts and Jody Fledderman...

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Indianapolis Indians Will Honor Milan Wednesday

June 10, 2014
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Indianapolis Indians Will Honor Milan Wednesday

The Indianapolis Indians will honor the legendary 1954 Milan championship basketball team on Wednesday night...

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Coats Responds To Nationwide VA Audit

June 10, 2014
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Coats Responds To Nationwide VA Audit

The results have been released from an audit of Veteran Affairs medical facilities across the nation...

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Emergency Workers Search For Missing Sunman Man

June 9, 2014
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Emergency Workers Search For Missing Sunman Man

The Dearborn County Sheriff’s Department is searching for a missing man. Paul R. Batta, 56, was last seen...

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Colts Fan Fest Will Be In Greensburg Thursday

June 9, 2014
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Colts Fan Fest Will Be In Greensburg Thursday

Expect to see some people wearing Indianapolis Colts jerseys in Greensburg on Thursday. The Colts Fan Fest will stop at...

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Walton Sentenced To 16 Years In Federal Prison

June 9, 2014
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Walton Sentenced To 16 Years In Federal Prison

A former Franklin County Jailer will spend the next 16 years in federal prison...

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World Record Achieved In Brookville

June 9, 2014
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World Record Achieved In Brookville

A new Guinness World Record was set this weekend in Brookville for the longest wiffle ball game ever played.

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Two Students Awarded Sheriff’s Scholarship

June 9, 2014
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Two Students Awarded Sheriff’s Scholarship

Two area students were awarded $500.00 scholarships from the Indiana Sheriff’s Association Scholarship Committee...

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all-day 66th Annual Reunion! The Pioneer...
66th Annual Reunion! The Pioneer...
Jul 31 all-day
Thurs – Sun July 31st – Aug 3rd. Caldweell Pioneer Acres, Located 3 mi. south of Rushville, IN just off hwy 4. $10 for all four days or $5 for one day! Children under 12 are free! Daily activities include: Parade Entertainment Sawmilling Field Events Threshing Corn Shelling Calliope Metal Spinning Expect 25 + Large Steam Engines, 300 + Tractors, Large Variety of Gas Engines, 100 + Flea Market Vendors, and plenty of good food available! Church services 4PM Saturday and 9AM Sunday! Featuring Gaar-Scott Steam Engines Camping Info: B.J. Bischoff 513-266-2128 Reunion Info: www.pioneerengineers.com Brian Vaughn 812-346-7640 Tracy Porter 765-969-3927
8:30 am The Grand Indiana Auto Tour Is C...
The Grand Indiana Auto Tour Is C...
Jul 31 @ 8:30 am – 9:30 am
There will be approximately 50 antique cars lining the parking lot. This is the 2nd year Darrel and Ramona Wilkinson from Rushville have brought one of their car clubs to McPhersons for a tour of the printing facility. Stop in and take a look at some of the vehicles from the past. Thanks. SACC
10:45 am Adult Basic Education (for the H...
Adult Basic Education (for the H...
Jul 31 @ 10:45 am – 11:45 am
Brookville: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am-2pm at the Government Center Room 102 and 5pm-9pm Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Education Education Center (Above Dr. Bentz Dental Office across from Mainsource Bank)   Laurel Library: Mondays and Wednesdays 11am – 2pm   Call or text for details 765-309-2001

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