Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Local News

May 2, 2014

Precinct voting locations announced

The Ripley and Franklin county clerks have named the precinct polling places for the Tuesday, May 6, primary.

“In an effort to provide more efficient and cost-effective voting,” four Batesville area precincts have been consolidated into two, said Ripley County Clerk Mary Ann McCoy. No other Ripley County precincts have been changed.

Laughery Ward 3 Precinct 1 and Laughery Ward 3 Precinct 2 have been combined into one, called Laughery 3-1. Voters will continue to cast ballots at the Batesville Memorial Public Library.

Likewise, Laughery Ward 1 Precinct 1 and Laughery Ward 1 Precinct 2 have merged into another, Laughery 1-1. Residents of those areas will still vote at the Batesville Knights of Columbus Hall.

In Franklin County, the Batesville precinct location has changed from Batesville High School to Church on Fire Ministries.

Ripley County

Adams 1: Morris firehouse;

Adams 2: Sunman American Legion;

Adams 3: Batesville Knights of Columbus Hall;

Brown 1 and 2: Friendship fire station;

Center 1, 2 and 3: Osgood Town Hall;

Delaware 1: Delaware Community Building;

Franklin 1 and 2: St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall (Stumpke’s Corner), Milan;

Franklin 3: St. Charles Catholic Church, Milan;

Jackson 1: Napoleon Senior Center;

Johnson 1, 2 and 3: Versailles First Baptist Church;

Laughery 1: Coonhunters Lodge, Batesville;

Laughery 1-1 and 2-1: Batesville Knights of Columbus Hall;

Laughery 3-1: Batesville Memorial Public Library;

Otter Creek 1 and 2: Holton Town Hall;

Shelby 1: Shelby Christian Church, Versailles;

Washington 1: Elrod Washington Baptist Church Life Center, Dillsboro; and

Washington 2: St. Charles Catholic Church, Milan.

Franklin County

Batesville: Church on Fire Ministries, 1110 N. State Road 229;

Bath: Bath Conservation Club, 3102 Bath Road;

Blooming Grove: Blooming Grove Volunteer Fire Department, 15025 Stone Church Road, Brookville;

Brookville 1 and 3: Schilling Memorial Community Center, 900 Mill St.;

Brookville 2: Emmanuel Baptist Church, 10066 Oxford Pike;

Brookville 4 and 5: American Legion, 1290 Fairfield Ave.;

Butler: St. Mary’s Hall, 17440 St. Mary’s Road, Batesville;

Fairfield: New Fairfield Masonic Lodge, 9004 Tremont Drive, Brookville;

Highland 1: St. Peter’s Grade School, 12098 St. Peters Road, Brookville;

Highland 2: Cedar Grove Volunteer Fire Department, 605 Second St.;

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