Bob Mattingly photos Ellie Geiger, Cincinnati, a volunteer at the Red Wolf Sanctuary near Rising Sun, watches as wolf puppies Dale, left, and Elu give wolf kisses to Red Wolf employee Justin Miniard, Cincinnati. Geiger has been accepted into veterinary school.

It's puppy and kitten time at the Red Wolf Sanctuary just outside Rising Sun. But don't look for domestic varieties. The newest residents are gray wolf puppies and bobcat kittens.

Tim Hillman/Vevay Media Group Rising Sun graduate Alix DeDreu pitched a 1-2-3 bottom of the seventh inning to earn the save in Indiana South All-Stars' 5-3 softball win over the North in the ICGSA Classic doubleheader game one Saturday at Carmel. DeDreu is headed to Thomas More College this fall.

CARMEL, Ind. - Rising Sun's first-ever Indiana All-Star softball player, Alix DeDreu, saw actions in both ends of the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association's North-South All-Star Classic doubleheader Saturday.

The Clothesline Project, a visual display of shirts representing women survivors and victims of violence, came to the Ohio County Courthouse in Rising Sun Thursday, June 11.

Each shirt carries a graphic message or drawing created by survivors or friends and loved ones of survivors and victims.

Long-time Ohio County Public Library employee Karen Jackson has been named interim director in the wake of the resignation of library director Cynthia Schmid-Perry, said library board president Jennifer Mossburger.

"We don't have any reason as to why," she said.

 

CHANDRA L. MATTINGLY/THE RECORDER & NEWS: Cancer survivor Ernie Theetge, Rising Sun, signs in with volunteer Holly Nutley Saturday morning, June 13, at the Dearborn and Ohio Counties Relay for Life.

Forty-two years ago Doris Freeman, 67, pregnant, was told by her doctor she was the first woman in Kentucky to be diagnosed with ovarian, uterine and cervical cancer at the age of 24.

CHANDRA L. MATTINGLY/THE RECORDER & NEWS: On their way out the door to retirement: Rising Sun Ohio County Elementary Middle School instructional aide Sharon Ketenbrink, speech pathalogist Marty Morningstar and fifth grade teacher Rinda Devers.

Rising Sun Ohio County Schools are losing 134 years of in-house experience with the end of this school year.

Bob Mattingly photos Ellie Geiger, Cincinnati, a volunteer at the Red Wolf Sanctuary near Rising Sun, watches as wolf puppies Dale, left, and Elu give wolf kisses to Red Wolf employee Justin Miniard, Cincinnati. Geiger has been accepted into veterinary school.
Tim Hillman/Vevay Media Group Rising Sun graduate Alix DeDreu pitched a 1-2-3 bottom of the seventh inning to earn the save in Indiana South All-Stars' 5-3 softball win over the North in the ICGSA Classic doubleheader game one Saturday at Carmel. DeDreu is headed to Thomas More College this fall.
CHANDRA L. MATTINGLY/THE RECORDER & NEWS: Cancer survivor Ernie Theetge, Rising Sun, signs in with volunteer Holly Nutley Saturday morning, June 13, at the Dearborn and Ohio Counties Relay for Life.
CHANDRA L. MATTINGLY/THE RECORDER & NEWS: On their way out the door to retirement: Rising Sun Ohio County Elementary Middle School instructional aide Sharon Ketenbrink, speech pathalogist Marty Morningstar and fifth grade teacher Rinda Devers.

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Bob Mattingly photos Ellie Geiger, Cincinnati, a volunteer at the Red Wolf Sanctuary near Rising Sun, watches as wolf puppies Dale, left, and Elu give wolf kisses to Red Wolf employee Justin Miniard, Cincinnati. Geiger has been accepted into veterinary school.

It's puppy and kitten time at the Red Wolf Sanctuary just outside Rising Sun. But don't look for domestic varieties. The newest residents are gray wolf puppies and bobcat kittens.