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East Central Football Boosters Meeting

May 4, 2016
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East Central Football Boosters Meeting

The East Central Football Boosters Meeting will be tonight starting at 6:30 PM. Meeting will be in the study hall room due to FCCLA Bingo Night already scheduled. Enter thru field house doors.

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Indiana Primary Election Results

May 4, 2016
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Indiana Primary Election Results

STATEWIDE — Republican Ted Cruz has suspended his campaign following a loss to rival Donald Trump in Indiana’s primary Tuesday night. Cruz made the announcement in Indianapolis, joined by his mother, his wife Heidi and running mate Carly Fiorina. Bernie Sanders won the Democratic presidential primary in Indiana, over front-runner Hillary Clinton. Sanders wants...

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Cruz, Kasich Out

May 4, 2016
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Cruz, Kasich Out

UPDATE:  John Kasich announced he’s suspending his presidential campaign early Wednesday evening at an event in Columbus, Ohio. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Ted Cruz is out, but John Kasich isn’t going anywhere, his camp said Tuesday night. In an email to supporters, the Ohio governor’s presidential campaign hopped on the news that Cruz was throwing in...

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Gene White Awarded Milan Alumni Award

May 4, 2016
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Gene White Awarded Milan Alumni Award

MILAN, Ind — The Milan Alumni Award is awarded to a Milan High School graduate that has made significant accomplishments in their field or vocation. This year’s recipient is Mr. Gene White. Gene is a 1954 graduate of Milan and was a member of the state championship basketball team. After graduation, Gene attended Franklin...

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Batesville Police Warning of Phone Scam

May 4, 2016
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Batesville Police Warning of Phone Scam

BATESVILLE, Ind. — Batesville Police Department has had an increase in reports from residents of IRS scam phone calls. They remind you to be vigilant about what information you give out over the phone.

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Threat Made Against School

May 4, 2016
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Threat Made Against School

AURORA, Ind. — Another threat has been made against a local school. This time the threat is against South Dearborn. A threatening text message was sent and is prompting extra security at the school today. According to school officials classes will not be affected and will meet as scheduled, but its ultimately up to...

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It’s Primary Day in Indiana

May 3, 2016
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It’s Primary Day in Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — It’s primary day in Indiana. Candidates made their final pitches around the state yesterday for what could be a make-it-or-break-it deal for the four. Donald Trump spoke to a packed house of supporters yesterday at the Palladium in Carmel, while Bernie Sanders spoke to a large and enthusiastic crowd in Monument...

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Kiwanis Carnival Coming to Downtown Batesville

May 3, 2016
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Kiwanis Carnival Coming to Downtown Batesville

BATESVILLE, Ind.– Carnival-goers will soon enjoy thrill rides and the aroma of burgers, funnel cakes, and caramel corn filling the downtown air starting May 12 when the Batesville Kiwanis host their Family Carnival at the Village Green. The carnival provides great family entertainment and a fun way to support the Kiwanis and their many projects they sponsor through...

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I-74 Closures at State Road 3

May 3, 2016
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I-74 Closures at State Road 3

GREENSBURG, Ind. — Indiana Department of Transportation’s contractor requires closure of a single lane in each direction on Interstate 74 at Greensburg as part of a project to replace the State Road 3 Bridge spanning the interstate. I-74 lane closures begin Tuesday (5/3). Restrictions will be lifted by 2 p.m. Friday. A 12-foot lane...

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Needle Exchange Program Renewed

May 3, 2016
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Needle Exchange Program Renewed

SCOTT COUNTY, Ind. — Scott County’s needle exchange program gets at least another year. The State Health Commissioner, Dr. Jerome Adams, has extended the public health emergency declaration until May 2017. An outbreak of HIV was identified early last year. Since that time, 191 people have tested positive for the virus that causes AIDs....

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5:00 pm New Point Fire Department Annual... @ New Point Fire Department
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New Point Fire Department Annual Picnic @ New Point Fire Department
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8:00 pm Batesville Eureka Band Concert @ Batesville Liberty Park Bandstand
Batesville Eureka Band Concert @ Batesville Liberty Park Bandstand
Jul 29 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The Batesville Eureka Band’s 2016 Friday night Concert Series Concerts are free and open to everyone. Please bring blanket or lawn chairs, as seating is limited.Share this:TweetEmailPrint
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9:00 am Alzheimer’s Disease Workshop @ Margaret Mary Hospital's Auditorium
Alzheimer’s Disease Workshop @ Margaret Mary Hospital's Auditorium
Jul 30 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Family members, caregivers and others interested in Alzheimer’s Disease and/or a related dementia are invited to attend a care and support workshop on Saturdays, July 23 & 30, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Margaret Mary Hospital’s Auditorium in Batesville. The workshop, What Families Need to Know…When the Diagnosis is Alzheimer’s Disease or a Related Dementia, is being offered by the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.  Topics include the various types of diagnoses; stages and treatments of dementia; strategies to cope with daily challenges such as communication and behaviors; information about legal and financial planning including Advance Directives; and identifying community services such as respite and long-term care. Scheduled speakers and their topics are: July 23:  Dr. Kelly Napier, Clinical Psychologist for Dearborn Co. VA, “The Nature and Progression of the Disease;” and Kristin Cooley, Clinical Social Worker for the Cincinnati Alzheimer’s Association, “Changes in Communication and Behavior.” July 30:  Adrienne Flannery, Elder Law Attorney for Zerbe Garner Blondell & Weldon, LLP, Attorneys-at-Law in Lawrenceburg, “Legal Planning for Families”; and Kristin Cooley, Clinical Social Worker for the Cincinnati Alzheimer’s Association, “Family Coping Strategies and Community Resources.” The program is free of charge and open to the public. [...]