The Navy Bean Fall Festival will host a royal event to kick off the 2016 Navy Bean Festival., with the Navy Bean Festival Princess Pageant at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5, at the Rising Sun Riverfront Pavilion Stage.

Submitted photo Ohio County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Chad Oakes, left, and sheriff’s deputy Zach Brown show two of the protective vests purchased with an Ohio County Community Foundation grant.

The Ohio County Sheriff's Department again thanked the Ohio County Community Foundation for a $5,000 grant to help purchase new ballistic vests for all the Ohio County Sheriff's Department deputies.

photos by CHANDRA L. MATTINGLY/THE RECORDER & NEWS The committee coordinating the benefit for Ann Miller, foreground, with husband Rising Sun Police Officer Rick Miller directly behind her, to get a TrackMaster includes, from left: Ohio County Sheriff Glen Potts, Cody Miller, Sandy Kinzer, Gina Bascom and Amy Jo Jackson Keith.

Ann Miller, wife of Rising Sun Police Officer Rick Miller, will get her TrackMaster, thanks to the many folks who made donations in the past few weeks and especially during a benefit Saturday, Sept. 24.

No one was injured but a fire at 509 S. Walnut St., Rising Sun, Monday morning, Sept. 26, damaged the house owned by Howard and Delores Fletcher, said Rising Sun Fire Chief Kevin Armstrong.

Melissa Rieman photos: Rising Sun’s Indiana Bicentennial Torch bearers include, front row, from left: Ron Eads, April Hautman, Robin Siekman, Becky Cashman, Sheila Wilson and Julie Belew. Back row: Claudio Gallegos, Denny Carrigan, Dill Dorrell, Lane Siekman, Eldon Fancher, Ron Timms, PG Gentrup, John Rumsey and Norman Wallick.

The streets of Rising Sun were filled with spectators lined up to view their loved ones as they passed by for the Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay Saturday, Sept. 17.

Gov. Mike Pence announced the signature event which touched each of the 92 counties during the 2,300 mile journey across the state.

Using a TrackMaster, Ann Miller heads onto a pier in Missippi during her visit with siblings and her three older children in June.

The day Rick Miller's sister took a photo of his wife and their new baby, just two weeks old, he thought life was “perfect.”

Submitted photo Ohio County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Chad Oakes, left, and sheriff’s deputy Zach Brown show two of the protective vests purchased with an Ohio County Community Foundation grant.
photos by CHANDRA L. MATTINGLY/THE RECORDER & NEWS The committee coordinating the benefit for Ann Miller, foreground, with husband Rising Sun Police Officer Rick Miller directly behind her, to get a TrackMaster includes, from left: Ohio County Sheriff Glen Potts, Cody Miller, Sandy Kinzer, Gina Bascom and Amy Jo Jackson Keith.
Melissa Rieman photos: Rising Sun’s Indiana Bicentennial Torch bearers include, front row, from left: Ron Eads, April Hautman, Robin Siekman, Becky Cashman, Sheila Wilson and Julie Belew. Back row: Claudio Gallegos, Denny Carrigan, Dill Dorrell, Lane Siekman, Eldon Fancher, Ron Timms, PG Gentrup, John Rumsey and Norman Wallick.
Using a TrackMaster, Ann Miller heads onto a pier in Missippi during her visit with siblings and her three older children in June.

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VERSAILLES - Ranked No. 13 in the Indiana Soccer Coaches' Association Class A state poll, Rising Sun boys varsity locked up the 2016 Ohio River Valley Conference title Monday night.