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The Laughery Club, now Camp Shore, once featured several structures, including a windmill and a clubhouse.

Laughery Club to be Lambert’s presentation topic

If you’ve heard stories of the Cincinnati Reds playing ball at what’s now Camp Shore, or heard of the opulence of the former clubhouse there, you might want to attend a presentation Tuesday, June 2

Submitted photo: A tour map provided by historian Hillary Delaney shows the stops the first Underground Railroad-related tour will make today in Rising Sun.

 

The Blast: What?!! Back to school?!!

Ohio County Health Department: is offering back to school shots, says Kayla Thayer. The department is now accepting those with private insurance, no insurance, and Medicaid.

CHANDRA L. MATTINGLY/THE RECORDER & NEWS: Rising Sun Police Officers Steven Hoover, left, and Bryce Potraffke, right, pose with Rising Sun Police Chief Rodney Rimstidt at the Rising Sun Board of Works meeting Thursday, May 30, where the two new officers were sworn in by Rising Sun Mayor Brent Bascom.

 

Safety officer resigns, options open

The resignation of school safety officer David Jackson led Rising Sun Police Chief Rodney Rimstidt to propose a different way for the city to handle having an officer at Rising Sun High School.

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