Submitted photo: The Courtyard Inn, Rising Sun, has been listed as one of Indiana Landmark’s Ten Most Endangered 2018 sites. The property, 121-133 Front St., is up for sale.

Rising Sun’s The Courtyard Inn is one of the 10 sites included on Indiana Landmark’s 10 Most Endangered in 2018 list.

The Cravenhurst Barn in Madison is another on the annual list of Hoosier landmarks in jeopardy.

Chandra L. Mattingly photo: Once safely removed from the wrecked vehicle, the accident victim is fastened onto a gurney and taken to the nearby ambulance.

Rising Sun and Ohio County emergency responders participated in a mock disaster Thursday, April 26, one day before the Rising Sun High School Prom.

Submitted photo: Just days after his injuries, Hayden is getting around in a leg brace.

A fund has been set up to help with expenses for Hayden Griswold, 6, the Vevay youngster who was struck by and dragged under a Jeep Friday, April 20. And a benefit is planned for Saturday, June 2, said family friend Dana Walton.

Photo from the Jesse & Helen Lewis Collection OCHS The Rising Sun school that opened in late 1873 was an impressive three-story, hard-baked brick building with a bell tower that rose 88 feet above the ground.

The early schools in Rising Sun began as private institutions.

The first teacher of whom we have record is William Fulton, who began instructing students in 1823. Mr. Fulton held lessons in private residences for a number of years and then held formal classes in a log structure on North High Street, (near the old Carnegie library.)

Submitted photo Sharing the field with Rising Sun’s Denise Singler are, from left: Senator Rob Portman, Ohio; Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin; Seaman Julie Sweeney Cassini, United States Navy: Corporal Angela Slayback Erfman, United States Marine Corps; Captain Jerry Davenport, United States Coast Guard; Master Sergeant Denise Singler, United States Air Force; and Sergeant Keith Luce, United States Army.

Denise Schafer Singler grew up in a small town in Iowa, and she lives in a small town now, Rising Sun.

But in between, the United States Air Force veteran served her country and saw the world.

Submitted photo Working on Adam Bushorn’s Eagle Scout project at the First Baptist Church of Aurora are, from left: Karmeryan Saylor, Bobby Bailey, Ray Bruce, an unidentified helper.

Adam Wayne Bushorn received his Eagle Scout rank at a Court of Honor Sunday, April 15, at the First Baptist Church of Aurora.

Ken Alwin, Scoutmaster of Rising Sun Boy Scout Troop 605, presented the Eagle Scout award, the highest honor in Boy Scouts. Only about 2 percent of Boy Scouts earn the rank.

Submitted photo: The Courtyard Inn, Rising Sun, has been listed as one of Indiana Landmark’s Ten Most Endangered 2018 sites. The property, 121-133 Front St., is up for sale.
Chandra L. Mattingly photo: Once safely removed from the wrecked vehicle, the accident victim is fastened onto a gurney and taken to the nearby ambulance.
Submitted photo: Just days after his injuries, Hayden is getting around in a leg brace.
Photo from the Jesse & Helen Lewis Collection OCHS The Rising Sun school that opened in late 1873 was an impressive three-story, hard-baked brick building with a bell tower that rose 88 feet above the ground.
Submitted photo Sharing the field with Rising Sun’s Denise Singler are, from left: Senator Rob Portman, Ohio; Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin; Seaman Julie Sweeney Cassini, United States Navy: Corporal Angela Slayback Erfman, United States Marine Corps; Captain Jerry Davenport, United States Coast Guard; Master Sergeant Denise Singler, United States Air Force; and Sergeant Keith Luce, United States Army.
Submitted photo Working on Adam Bushorn’s Eagle Scout project at the First Baptist Church of Aurora are, from left: Karmeryan Saylor, Bobby Bailey, Ray Bruce, an unidentified helper.

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