April 16, 2014

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  • District Democrats endorse Lane Siekman for Congress

    Lane Siekman won the endorsement of the 6th Congressional District Democrats on Sunday, March 16 in Greensburg after its executive committee met with and interviewed Siekman, Susan Hall Heitzman and Corinne Nicole Westerfield, all candidates ...
  • Fatal crash on Markland Pike

     On Thursday, March 30 at approximately 5:00 p.m. a two vehicle crash left one dead in Switzerland County. According to Trooper Matt Holley a 1988 Toyota pickup truck driven by 49 year old James A. Williams, of Vevay, was northbound on East Enterp...
  • Meeting of voting places Saturday

    Ohio County Commissioners will be holding a special meeting at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 22 to discuss polling places for the upcoming May primary. The meeting will be in the commissioners room of the Ohio County Courthouse....
  • Bond set for five facing drug-related charges

    Bond was set and pretrials scheduled for five Ohio County residents facing charges related to the diversion of prescription drugs. During initial hearings in Ohio County Circuit Court, a pretrial was set for 1:30 p.m. Friday, May 2, for all five, accor...
  • Three Conservationist of the Year honored

    The Soil and Water Dinner, which was held on Friday, March 14 at 6:30 p.m.at Rising Sun High School. Mayor Branden Roeder, introduced the board members, then also led in the Pledge of Allegiance. Tara Henry, with The Indiana Department of Agricult...
  • Vendors invited to Paddlefest

    The city of Rising Sun wll host a Bicentennial Paddlefest on July 25 and 26. They are inviting groups to serve as food or arts and crafts vendors to celebrate the city's 200th birthday. If interested contact Tammy Johns at 812-438-2427 or e-mail tammyjj...
  • Science Fair at OCEMS

    These are the winners of the O. C. E. M. S. Science Fair held on March 12, 2014 at the Rising Sun Ohio County Elementary School for the 8th grade.Pictured: front row, from left are Anna Uhlmansiek (Biology); Caroline Stapleton and Justis Whit...
  • Great granddaughter honored for helping

    Bristol Cone was honored on Wednesday, March 12 with several gifts from 911 coordinator Glen Potts and the key to the city from Mayor Branden Roeder. She was with her great grandmother Evelyn Cone who fell in the yard suffering a stroke and ...
  • Rx drug sales nets Ohio County arrests

    Four more Ohio County residents have been arrested on charges related to the diversion of prescription drugs in Ohio and Dearborn counties, according to a press release from the Dearborn-Ohio County Prosecutor’s Office. All four face felon...
  • Pike and Union to vote at highway

    The Ohio County Election Board and the Ohio County Commissioners have decided that Pike Township and Union Township will now vote at the Ohio County Highway Garage beginning in the May 6 primary. The Highway Garage is located at 5851 Woods Ridge j...
  • Yard debris pick up rules set

    City of Rising Sun Residents must use BIODEGRADABLE paper bags for your yard debris. Yard debris is defined as leaves, grass and small sticks that can be placed in the BIODEGRADABLE paper bags. No trash. Bags can be purchased at Valley Supply, Tan...
  • March is Red Cross Month

    March is Red Cross Month and the American Red Cross would like to recognize the nation’s Everyday Heroes who reach out to help their neighbors when they are in need. “Our heroes are our volunteers, our blood donors, people who take our class...
  • It's official: Roeder named superintendent

    Branden Roeder was officially selected as the next superintendent of Rising Sun Ohio County Schools during the school board meeting Tuesday, March 11. Roeder becomes the youngest superintendent of Rising Sun at age 31 and will succeed Steve Patz a...
  • Roeder to be new superintendent

    Will Branden Roeder be the new superintendent of Rising Sun Ohio County Community Schools? That seems to be the question. The answer is yes....unofficially. Roeder, 32, was one of a dozen applicants to fill the position being va...
  • County OKs 9-1-1 upgrades

    Ohio County 9-1-1 coordinator Glen Potts doesn't want much but he needs new equipment. Ohio County Council and commissioners heard Potts' request for just over $23,000 to upgrade the communications department (dispatching) CAD system. He stated that the ...
  • 2014 Medical Directory- Southeast Indiana and Southwest Ohio

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  • Works is nurse practitioner at new Milan facility

    An Open House in celebration of the community’s newest healthcare facility, Milan Primary Care was held Tuesday, Feb. 25. Milan Primary Care, which is operated by Dearborn County Hospital, is located on Ind. 350, just west of its intersection with ...
  • Jr. high girls learn empowerment

    Junior High- what does it make you think of? Pimples, bad hair, cliques, basketball practice… the list goes on and on. However, school is different than it was 5, 10 even 20 years ago thanks to cell phones and social media like Facebook and...
  • Education Center of Rising Sun Tutoring/Homework Help Program

    Do you know a child who needs help with their homework? The Education Center of Rising Sun can help. The Education Center has established a K-12 homework help/tutoring program. Hours of operation for the program are Monday through Thursday from ...
  • Students going an extra hour per day

    Rising Sun students are getting a taste of the real world starting Monday, Feb. 24 after the Rising Sun Ohio County School Board approved to extend the school day by one hour. While their parents may be used to working 9 to 5, Rising Sun High Scho...