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Open House Showcases Expanded DCH Physical Therapy

May 9, 2016
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Open House Showcases Expanded DCH Physical Therapy

BRIGHT, Ind. — Residents of the Bright area enjoyed tours and conversation as Dearborn County Hospital Bright Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine hosted an open house recently to showcase its newly expanded facility. Dearborn County Hospital Bright Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine treats individuals of all ages and activity levels including children, high-level athletes...

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300+ Young Athletes Receive Physicals

May 9, 2016
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300+ Young Athletes Receive Physicals

LAWRENCEBURG, Ind. — More than 300 student athletes from Southeastern Indiana schools received sports physicals during a one day event coordinated by the Dearborn County Hospital Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine Department and Beacon Orthopaedics. The event consisted of 10 different stations, set up in the hospital’s conference rooms, each offering a different exam...

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2017 Lilly Endowment Scholars Will be Named Earlier

May 9, 2016
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2017 Lilly Endowment Scholars Will be Named Earlier

STATEWIDE — The 2017 Ripley County Lilly Endowment Community Scholar will be named early in December 2016. Previous scholarship recipients were identified in March of the year they graduated from high school. The change affects the program for all Indiana community foundations. The advanced timeline is the result of a recommendation from community foundations...

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Alcohol will be Sold at Indiana State Fair

May 9, 2016
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Alcohol will be Sold at Indiana State Fair

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — You will be able to buy a beer or wine at the Indiana State Fair this year. State fair officials say demand is driving their decision to allow alcohol at the fair. This after the state legislature lifted a ban on alcohol at the state fair 2 years ago. That ban...

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A Call for More Diversity in the Nation’s Parks

May 9, 2016
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A Call for More Diversity in the Nation’s Parks

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — As the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service nears, a coalition of civil rights and conservation groups is calling for public lands to be more inclusive over the next century. The coalition has started a petition urging President Barack Obama to issue an executive order to make public lands more...

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A Mother’s Day Visit at Prison

May 8, 2016
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A Mother’s Day Visit at Prison

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — About 54,000 children are incarcerated in the U.S., which means their families will be spending this Mother’s Day weekend without them, or visiting them wherever they’re locked up. Many of those moms are now fighting to end mass incarceration of young people and to make sure when teens are behind bars,...

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Support Groups Help Others Cope with Grief

May 7, 2016
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Support Groups Help Others Cope with Grief

VALPARAISO, Ind. — Sooner or later, each of us will experience that dagger in the heart called grief, but learning how to pick up the pieces and move on is the goal of several Indiana support groups. Amy Kowalisyn of Valparaiso lost a baby, Emma, in 2014, and founded an online charity with her...

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Batesville Primary Receives Grant for Garden Program

May 6, 2016
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Batesville Primary Receives Grant for Garden Program

BATESVILLE, Ind. — Students at the Batesville Primary School will enjoy an expanded gardening program, thanks to a $2,000 grant awarded by the Batesville Community Education Foundation at its Western Night fundraiser on April 16. In a grants competition among the four Batesville schools, Batesville Primary emerged with the most donations, qualifying them to...

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Stayin’ Alive Releases Survey Results

May 6, 2016
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Stayin’ Alive Releases Survey Results

FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ind. — Stayin’ Alive, the Franklin County coalition promoting tobacco-free policies, is announcing results from a survey of local residents about their attitudes and use of tobacco. The survey was fueled by a grant from Interact for Health as part of a three-year initiative to plan and implement tobacco-free policies in the...

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    all-day Sunman Farmers Market
    Sunman Farmers Market
    May 29 all-day
    The Sunman Park Board will be hosting the Sunman Farmers Market for the 2016 season. Every Saturday beginning May 14 til October 29. For spaces & more information contact Janice 812-65-2180Share this:TweetEmailPrint
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    8:00 am Honorary Ceremony for Veterans @ Batesville Area
    Honorary Ceremony for Veterans @ Batesville Area
    May 30 @ 8:00 am
    VFW Post 3183 American Legion Post 271 The Honor Guard and Firing Squad will honor our deceased beterans with a brief ceremony at each of six local cemetereis. Each ceremony will consist of a brief prayer, three volleys of fire and the playing of Taps. The schedule is as follows: 8:00 AM – Holy family Cemetery (Oldenburg) 8:30 AM – Saint Anthony Cemetery (Morris) 9:00 AM – Saint Mark Cemetery 9:30 AM – Saint John Cemetery (Huntersville) 10:00 AM – Saint Louis Cemetery 10:30 AM – Methodist Cemetery This will be followed by Memorial Day observance at Liberty Park at 11:00 AM, hosted by the American Legion. An open house at the American Legion will follow the ceremony at Liberty Park. The public is cordially invited to attend any or all of these ceremonies.Share this:TweetEmailPrint
    10:00 am Memorial Day Service @ St. Paul United Methodist Church
    Memorial Day Service @ St. Paul United Methodist Church
    May 30 @ 10:00 am
    St. Paul United Methodist Church is having its annual Memorial Day Service on May 30 at 10 AM. Rev. Bill Helms is the speaker. A short business meeting will follow the service. The Sunman American Legion will have a military service at the cemetery at 11 AM. Also, the United Methodist Women are service a roast beef dinner from 11 AM to 1 PM. The menu also includes mashed potatoes and gravy, corn, green beans, various salads, and homemade pies. Freewill offering. Carry-outs at $9. The church is located 3 miles South of Sunman on Highway 101. The public is invited to each or all of the events.Share this:TweetEmailPrint