Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Local News

June 25, 2013

Activities to celebrate July 4

(Continued)

• The Ripley County Chamber of Commerce Fireworks Night is July 5 at Osgood’s fairgrounds park, says chamber Secretary Gerry Nordmeyer, Batesville. Booths opening at 5 p.m. will offer glow items, antiques, crafts and flea market treasures. Persons interested in free booth space can call the chamber at 812-689-6654. Food will be offered by Osgood Lions. Centerline will perform at 7 p.m., followed by fireworks at dark, reports director Amy Thomas. The event is sponsored by the chamber, Gilmore and Golda Reynolds Foundation and Ripley County Park and Recreation Department.

• “Red, White and Blues’’ is the theme of Vevay’s First Friday party July 5. Starting at 6 p.m., live music by three groups, local art exhibits, free carriage rides, restaurant specials and shops’ extended hours are featured. Info: 812-427-9406.

• The Metamora Firemen’s Festival is Saturday, July 6. In addition to kids’ games, pulled pork dinners will be offered starting at 2 p.m. and a beer garden with mechanical bull runs from 3 p.m.-midnight. Lineup for the 6 p.m. parade is at the firehouse, with fireworks at dusk, reports volunteer Steve Collier. Info: www.metamoraindiana.com.

• Versailles Lake will mirror fireworks at 10 p.m. July 6 at Versailles State Park. These are sponsored by the park and freewill donations that night. Free park entry goes from 7-10 p.m.

• July 6 is a big day at other Indiana Department of Natural Resources properties: Brown County State Park Abe Martin Lodge, Nashville, is the site for an Old-Fashioned Independence Day Celebration, 812-988-4418; Brookville-Whitewater Complex near Brookville will host a cornhole tournament, 765-647-2657; and Clifty Falls State Park, Madison, boasts a regatta cookout and fireworks, 812-273-8885. Info: www.in.gov/dnr.

Text Only
Local News
  • Dollar General scammed out of dollars

    The Batesville Police Department is currently investigating a theft that occurred July 24 at the Batesville Dollar General store.

    August 1, 2014

  • Where is this Toyota?

    August 1, 2014

  • BCEF sponsors 3K, 5K and 12K races "The Batesville Community Education Foundation will be hosting the Batesville K12 again this year, but it will be a little different," reports foundation administrator Kelly Poltrack. The athletic event is slated for Saturday, Sept 27, in conjunction

    August 1, 2014

  • Everyone in the pool! Splish! Splash! Get ready for a nine-hour nonstop open air party.Th city-sponsored Back to School Bash at the Batesville Memorial Pool will take place Friday, Aug. 8, from 3 p.m.-midnight, reports manager Elizabeth Hall. “We wanted to do something fu

    August 1, 2014

  • Sewer rate increase eyed Batesville clerk-treasurer Ron Weigel told Batesville Board of Works members during a special July 29 meeting that the city has had to push off a number of sewer projects over the past couple of years “because we weren’t rate adequate” since about 20

    August 1, 2014

  • nws - bv080114 - bicentennial Big plans for Indiana's 200th birthday Indiana’s official 200th birthday is Dec. 11, 2016, but individuals and groups across the state are now preparing for the event. Perry Hammock, Indiana Bicentennial Commission executive director, and René Stanley, the commission’s community resources

    August 1, 2014 1 Photo

  • nws - bv080114 - works of mercy People show faith in Works of Mercy BROOKVILLE – Jennifer and Michael Wiesemann took the leap of faith and bought the former Elsie Dreyer Nursing Home building at 273 Main St., Brookville, and established the Works of Mercy Center, which will provide free help to people in need. Wiesem

    August 1, 2014 1 Photo

  • 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

    July 29, 2014

  • nws - bv072914 - cincinnati orchestra Symphony highlights arts council's 25th anniversary The Franklin County Arts Council, currently celebrating its 25th anniversary, was established when Franklin County High School opened in Brookville.Vice President Patti Wilhelm, Brookville, who has been involved with the organization for 24 years, re

    July 29, 2014 1 Photo

  • nws - bv072914 chinese classroom Educators work and play in China ”I loved China!” raves Batesville Middle School language arts and special education teacher Alex Davis, who worked in Beijing with five other Batesville Community School Corp. educators June 28-July 18 to sharpen the English skills of Chinese incomin

    July 29, 2014 2 Photos