The city’s tree fountain may return to the riverfront, but it won’t have water running through it. Maybe it will have flowers planted around it.

Denise Freitag Burdette/The Register: Sen. Joe Donnelly, top left, sits with veterans during the Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans event March 29, at Plainfield High School in Plainfield, Ind. The program celebrating National Vietnam War Veterans Day honored the memory of Walter Bryant Jr. as seen in the program below. Joining Donnelly are, top right, Bryant’s brother Donnie Bryant, bottom left, Mike Lafollette and bottom right, Tim Albright.

Vietnam War, many veterans had to endure the scorn of a nation upset about the politics of the war.

They were spit on, yelled at, and sometimes just dismissed by the public.

Submitted photo: On Wednesday, March 28, the public was invited to tour the new VIMDOS Clinic (Volunteers in Medicine of Dearborn, Ohio and Switzerland Counties). Pictured, from the left, are: medical director Dr. Lynn Eiler; volunteer coordinator Amanda Vinup-Noell; clinic director Michelle Wilhelm; navigator Louise Burress and board president Lori Grubbs.

The first day of patient care at the VIMDOS Clinic (Volunteers in Medicine of Dearborn, Ohio and Switzerland Counties) was Wednesday, April 4, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Submitted Photo A third unit is placed facing Sixth Street at John’s Place, where four condominiums have been purchased.


All four of the condominiums in phase one of John's Place have sold, and phase two is moving right along, said Tim White, Rising Sun Senior Properties, LLC, developer.

Tiffany Clark photo: Taking aim are, from left, David LaFollette, Lilly Akin and Matthew Walston.

If you approach the gymnasium doors at Ohio County Elementary Middle School on Thursday evenings, you may surprisingly be locked out and find signs posted that warn, “Archery Training in Progress.”

Although George B. Covington died before this family portrait, he was included via an oil painting. Shown are his parents Samuel Fulton Covington and Mary Hamilton Covington, his brother and three sisters.

Submitted photos: Born in Rising Sun in 1845, George B. Covington died in May 1864 in the Civil War.

 

Denise Freitag Burdette/The Register: Sen. Joe Donnelly, top left, sits with veterans during the Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans event March 29, at Plainfield High School in Plainfield, Ind. The program celebrating National Vietnam War Veterans Day honored the memory of Walter Bryant Jr. as seen in the program below. Joining Donnelly are, top right, Bryant’s brother Donnie Bryant, bottom left, Mike Lafollette and bottom right, Tim Albright.
Submitted photo: On Wednesday, March 28, the public was invited to tour the new VIMDOS Clinic (Volunteers in Medicine of Dearborn, Ohio and Switzerland Counties). Pictured, from the left, are: medical director Dr. Lynn Eiler; volunteer coordinator Amanda Vinup-Noell; clinic director Michelle Wilhelm; navigator Louise Burress and board president Lori Grubbs.
Submitted Photo A third unit is placed facing Sixth Street at John’s Place, where four condominiums have been purchased.
Tiffany Clark photo: Taking aim are, from left, David LaFollette, Lilly Akin and Matthew Walston.
Although George B. Covington died before this family portrait, he was included via an oil painting. Shown are his parents Samuel Fulton Covington and Mary Hamilton Covington, his brother and three sisters.

DeDreu fires 4-hitter

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Rising Sun native Alix DeDreu pitched a four-hitter in Thomas More College’s 9-1 win in the first game of a softball doubleheader Monday, March 19, over Capital University at

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RISING SUN - Brent Turner threw a one-hit shutout as No. 4-ranked (Class A) Rising Sun baseball blanked Milan 10-0 in five innings Friday, April 13.