Saturday, Sept. 26
Run for the Dawg 5K
A Batesville High School Key Club fundraising Run for the Dawg 5K begins Saturday, Sept. 26, from Liberty Park after 7:30 a.m. registration in the pavilion. The cost is $10, or $15 with a T-shirt.
The New Alsace Conservation Club’s third annual golf outing is Saturday, Sept. 26, at Country View Golf Course, on State Road 1 south of Interstate 74, starting at 8 a.m. Cost: $55 per person/$220 for four-person team, includes breakfast and lunch. Proceeds are used to fund fifth- and sixth-grade students who attend the Karl E. Kelley Memorial Officers’ Youth Camp. Info or to register: Jim Decker, 812-623-2059.
A poker run ride will be held Saturday, Sept. 26, beginning at 10 a.m., and a poker run run is Sunday, Sept. 27, beginning at 9 a.m. Both events start and finish at the Shelbyville Chamber of Commerce. Proceeds benefit Special Olympics and Shelby County Library. Info and cost: www.energy2action.com or 317-392-0835.
AppleFest is Saturday, Sept. 26, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. (booths close at 6 p.m.) and Sunday, Sept. 27, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Liberty Park. Basketball tourney, children’s games, booths, entertainment, food.
Mel and Deb Obermeyer invite the public to celebrate National Alpaca Farm Days Sept. 26-27 at their farm, 23164 Vote Road Batesville. Tours and educational information about alpacas. Info: 934-3344.
Lions Club Fundraiser
Batesville Lions Club members will be selling brooms and giant coloring books during AppleFest at Liberty Park Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 26-27.
Sunday, Sept. 27
Worship Service Performance
Osgood First Baptist Church welcomes Jim Hutson, who will perform during morning worship service at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 27. Info: 812-689-4042 or www.osgoodfirstbaptist.com.
Tuesday, Sept. 29
The Greensburg-Decatur County Public Library will sponsor “Researching Your Family Tree with Ancestry.com” Tuesday, Sept. 29, from 2-4:30 p.m. Registration may be required: 812-663-2826.
Saturday, Sept. 26
- Local News
- Williams will serve as interim superintendent ST. LEON – Sunman-Dearborn Community School Corp. trustees will soon begin the process of looking for a new superintendent since Dr. Jeff Hendrix resigned at the end of June to take another position.On July 10, President Jeff Lyness reported, “We’ll
Boo Fest will creep here
As volunteer directors Mary Ellen Rippe and Bill Flannery prepare for Fear Factory’s fourth season, they have “identified some tremendous assets in our community and formed an idea that, if we all work together, we can exploit the opportunity for all
- Author offers advice about writing BROOKVILLE – About a dozen persons participated in a writing workshop at the Brookville Library July 1. The three-hour seminar was led by Tricia Fields, author of “The Territory,” “Scratchgravel Road” and “Wrecked.” She began by saying, “Each one of
- A lot of bull(s) A daring grandstand event will debut at the Ripley County 4-H Fair, which takes place July 20-26 at the Osgood fairgrounds. “We’re doing a rodeo” Wednesday at 7 p.m., presented by Fox Hollow Rodeo, Waynesville, Ohio, announces Katie Johnson, Purdue U
- Military to restore equipment program for fire departments INDIANAPOLIS – An agreement has been reached to keep surplus military equipment rolling into rural fire department bays.The Department of Defense announced July 9 that it’s resuming a popular program that provided rolling stock, engines and other equ
- Oldenburg post office hours changing About 40 area citizens attended a July 9 meeting to hear about changes coming to the Oldenburg post office. Bob Redden, Ohio Valley District post office review coordinator, Cincinnati, started out by saying, "I'm very excited about the turnout .... I
- College internships 'crucial' Two 2010 Batesville High School graduates who became Indiana University graduates in May have stayed on similar paths this summer. Both are completing paid internships, one here and the other away. Teddy Cooley is running his own painting business in
- Grant will help fund bike parking lot Ten Hoosier communities, including Batesville, will receive grants for downtown revitalization projects totaling $95,312, Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann has announced. Batesville Main Street and the city of Batesville was awarded $5,659 for a streetscape p
- Former Batesville resident wins election Former Batesville resident Curt Clawson recently won the U.S. House of Representatives seat for Florida’s 19th congressional district. The Batesville High School graduate was sworn in during a ceremony in Washington, D.C., June 25 as friends Jay and
- Kids Kick Drugs and learn to say no The 19th annual Kids Kick Drugs event is Saturday, July 26, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Southeastern Indiana YMCA. Its “goal is to try in a fun way to get the kids some education about drug and alcohol use and abuse so it’s easier to say no” to using t
- More Local News Headlines