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- Unsafe or unpleasant? BROOKVILLE – Franklin County Health Department employees and board members discussed how to tell if an environment is unsafe or simply unpleasant during the July 8 quarterly meeting.At the request of a long-term care facility official, FCHD superviso
- November election ballots set County ballots have been set for the Nov. 4 election. Candidates have been announced by area clerk’s offices.Franklin CountyThe list includes Republican Karla Bauman and Democrat Jordan Spurlock, circuit court clerk; Democrat Sharon Halcomb, assessor
- City's entryways could be enhanced A new Indiana House Enrolled Act requires additional reporting by redevelopment commissions dotting the state, Trena Carter, Administrative Resources association, Columbus, municipal programs manager, told the Batesville Redevelopment Commission July
- Teen sentenced to 37 years VERSAILLES – Daniel Hodge, 17, who was involved in the Dec. 30, 2012, murder of Nancy Hershman, 68, Milan, pled guilty to burglary of a dwelling resulting in serious bodily injury, a Class A felony, in Ripley Circuit Court June 27. On July 31, he was
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.
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- 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
- 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
- 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
- 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
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