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Submitted photo: The Barkshire Family home recently was recognized as a historic landmark for its use in helping hundreds of slaves on their freedom journey. The fate of the home now lies in the hands of a finance company in Utah that foreclosed on the property. The home is located at North Poplar and Fourth streets just a quarter mile from the river.

 

Uncertainty remains concerning fate of historic home

Around this time last year, the Barkshire Family home received its official historical marker, putting Rising Sun on the map as an Underground Railroad town.

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Submitted photo: Last week, several Rising Sun officials attended the Aim Conference in Indianapolis to gain a better understanding of the state’s expectations. Those who attended include front row, from left: Lisa Williams, Heather Whitham, Rae Lynn Gipson, and Tina Rumsey. Back: Don Thomason, Mark Guard, Steve Slack, and Paul Bovard.

Leaders ‘AIM’ at better service

For three days last week, several city officials attended a conference held at The Westin Indianapolis.

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Submitted photos: On Friday, Jan. 24, deputies from the Ohio County Sheriff’s Office responded to a three-vehicle accident on N. State Rd. 56. The Jeep of U.S. Postal Worker Melody Alexander, left, was struck by Jacob Messang, who was driving a Chevy Cruze, as he tried to pass a semi truck.

Postal worker transported to hospital after 3-vehicle accident

A Rising Sun postal worker was injured in a three-vehicle crash at 4371 N. State Rd. 56 while on her mail route Friday, Jan. 24.

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