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- Five new cars and trailer burn on interstate Six Batesville firefighters responded to a car-carrier truck fire on westbound Interstate 74 just behind Batesville High School at 11:25 a.m. Sunday, July 27, according to Fire Chief Todd Schutte. The chief also called for tanker support from Oldenbu
- Symphony highlights arts council's 25th anniversary
- Educators work and play in China
- State police post meth lab closures online
- Lowery leaves school board
Sunburn isn't the only sign of summer that can leave you itchy and blistered
You've got a rash. You quickly rule out the usual suspects: You haven't been gardening or hiking or even picnicking, so it's probably not a plant irritant such as poison ivy or wild parsnip; likewise, it's probably not chiggers or ticks carrying Lyme disease; and you haven't been swimming in a pond, which can harbor the parasite that causes swimmer's itch.
July 30, 2014
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- Sunburn isn't the only sign of summer that can leave you itchy and blistered
Lumbermen include (front row from left) Matthew "Pudge" Fullenkamp, Michael "Juice" Miller, Chris "Chicken Wing" Wessel, Mark "Spider" Stenger, Dan "Wheels" Schuman and Jacob "Shrugs" Koester; (back row) Tim "Sparky" Fullenkamp, Eric "Rocky Top" Kuntz, Paul "Zeus" Soos, Mark "Bubba Gimpy" Masavage, Derek "Moonlight" Laker, Chris "Quick Hands" Casablanca and Anthony "Big City" Casablanca. Not pictured are Scott "Shag" Weberding, Steve "Buzz" Shepherd and Ashlee "Dottie" Masavage.
- Lumbermen sweep pair of doubleheaders In Vintage Baseball Association action, the Batesville Lumbermen hosted the Indianapolis Hoosiers Saturday, July 19, in Oldenburg as part of the Freudenfest festivities. Batesville Lumbermen are members of the Vintage Baseball Association, playing by
- Coaches name state's top high school basketball players
- Batesville hosts major Babe Ruth Tournament
- Grant will fund museum's film project
- Batesville surprised in ninth inning
John Beckman holds a board for Damon Rippettoe, 8. After the second try, the young man broke the board in two.
- 'You can say no' to drugs About 50 youngsters participated in the Southeastern Indiana YMCA’s Kids Kick Drugs program July 26. Master George Dwenger (a person receives the title of Master after completing the 4th Degree Black Belt) told the youngsters, “First and most importa
- RAA gave theater founder his start
- Jeffers savors West Point experience
- Students learn valuable STEM skills
- Cancer hits home for local family