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Ripley County Commissioners Vote to End EMS Contracts

February 2, 2016
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Ripley County Commissioners Vote to End EMS Contracts

On February 1, the Ripley County Commissioners voted to end the EMS contracts with Sunman Area Life Squad, Milan Rescue 30 Inc., and Southern Ripley County EMS, (Rescue 69). The contracts will end at 11:59 PM on July 31, 2016. Ripley County EMS will assume 911 operations with Paramedic Ambulances at midnight on August...

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Canadian Man Flown to Indianapolis Hospital After I-65 Crash

February 2, 2016
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Canadian Man Flown to Indianapolis Hospital After I-65 Crash

February 1, at approximately 1:30 PM, troopers with the Indiana State Police-Versailles Post along with deputies from the Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Department responded to a personal injury crash on I-65 northbound near the 58 mile marker.The initial investigation by Trp. Randel Miller indicated the crash occurred as traffic was slowed due to a previous...

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Clark County Man Arrested for Child Molestation

February 2, 2016
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Clark County Man Arrested for Child Molestation

On Friday January 29, after a month long investigation, detectives from the Indiana State Police, Versailles, arrested Robert Lee Laird, age 38, Jeffersonville, IN on one count of child molestation, a class 4 felony.The investigation that led to the arrest of Laird began on December 30, 2015 when the Indiana State Police received a...

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Freedom To Marry: Battle Won, But More to Do in Indiana

February 2, 2016
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Freedom To Marry: Battle Won, But More to Do in Indiana

The goal of the campaign known as “Freedom to Marry” was simple: to allow a couple to legally dedicate their lives to each other regardless of their sexual persuasion. The group’s founder, Evan Wolfson, says he’s been campaigning for it for more than three decades. He says today, although it’s legal in the United...

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Bill to Ease Research of Industrial Hemp Passes Senate

February 2, 2016
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Bill to Ease Research of Industrial Hemp Passes Senate

Senate Bill 291 would repeal current statutes that allow a licensed industrial hemp grower to retain a seed from a crop for use in the following year, easing the hemp seed purchasing process for a licensed grower like Purdue University. “Industrial hemp has been shown to have many potential uses,” Leising said. “It is...

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East Central Trojans Football Booster Meeting

February 1, 2016
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East Central Trojans Football Booster Meeting

The East Central Trojans Football Booster Meeting is this Wednesday, February 3 at 6:30 PM in the ECHS Cafeteria. Please join us as we discuss one of our biggest fundraiser’s of the year. Mulch sale begins February 8th! Courtesy of The EC Trojans Football Boosters.

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Batesville Area Deanery CYO Basketball Quarter Final Results

February 1, 2016
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Batesville Area Deanery CYO Basketball Quarter Final Results

2016 Batesville CYO Deanery tournament 2nd round results. Sunday  (1-31)  at St. Louis-Batesville. St. Louis-1  63    St. Mary’s  23 Holy Family-2  60    St. Catherine’s  43 Sunday  (1-31) at St. Michael’s-Brookville. All Saints-2  55    Holy Family-2  52 St. Michael’s-1  48   All Saints-1  32 Semi-Finals at St. Louis.  Sunday  (2-7) St. Louis-1 vs. Holy Family-2 ...

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STL Defeats STN In 8th Grade Batesville Deanery CYO Tourney

February 1, 2016
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STL Defeats STN In 8th Grade Batesville Deanery CYO Tourney

The St. Louis Cardinals 8th grade boys basketball team defeated the St Nicholas Trojans Sunday in the Batesville Deanery by a final score of 37 to 28. The Cardinals needed a team effort to pull away from a determined Trojan squad. St Louis led at the half by five and only outscored St. Nicholas...

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Indiana Making Strides in Teacher Diversity

February 1, 2016
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Indiana Making Strides in Teacher Diversity

Teachers in the United States don’t necessarily look like their students, and there’s an effort underway to change that. In the fall of 2010, then U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan noted the problem and the government launched an initiative, to recruit what he called the next generation of teachers. Nationally, minority students make...

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