Batesville Herald Tribune, Batesville, Indiana

Youth

January 28, 2014

Top BHS students named

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Also, Neal Nobbe, Lydia Olsen, Seth Parker, Avniben Patel, Katelyn Pfeiffer, Austin Prickel, Dylan Prickel, Hannah Putnam, Chloe Rennekamp, Rashel Roberts, Tabitha Schebler, Wyatt Schebler, Austin Schutte, Kathryn Shell, Sydney Strickland, Kaitlyn Thomas, Kimberly Tidman, Lucas Tonges, Blake Walsman, Ian Williamson, Audrey Wilson and Garrett Yorn.

Grade 12

Trent Barnett, Bailey Baumer, Monica Bedel, Zachery Brower, Colin Brown, Emily Bryan, Sarah Call, Thomas Chaffee, Payton Charlton, Cassandra Dickey, Connor Dickey, Mallory Dickman, Alyssa Dudley, Chad Emsweller, Amanda Garcia, Noah Gausman, Leo Giesey, Alec Giesting, Austin Glaub, Andrew Grossman, Mary Gutzwiller, Zachary Hall, Darby Hartsock, Jacob Hawkins, Sarah Hoseus, Graham Hunter, Kassidy Kase, Benjamin Kick, Nicholas Kirschner and John Krieger.

Also, Nathan Longstreth, Henry Luchow, Emily McElhoe, Wesley McKinney, Benjamin Meer, Dustin Nobbe, Madison Oesterling, Chelsey Paul, Jacob Paul, Evan Prunty, Cody Reer, Allyson Ritter, Rebecca Roell, Brooke Rohlfing, Connor Rose, Deepan Saravanan, Logan Schwering, Nicholas Vodzak, Matthew Weiler, Elizabeth Werner, Austin Westerfeld, Kennedy Williams, Benjamin Wilson and Ryan Wilson.

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  • 10-year 4-H members Forty Ripley County 4-H’ers have achieved the milestone of becoming 10-year members: Kiersten Abel Parents: Tricia and Scott White and David and Jen AbelClub: Napoleon 4-H Country ClubMajor Projects: Goats and photographyFavorite Project: Photogr

    July 25, 2014

  • Area principals take part in leadership institute Indiana State University’s Bayh College of Education kicked off the 2014-16 Indiana Principal Leadership Institute July 17 with more than 100 Hoosier principals in attendance, according to a news release.Area educators participating in the class are

    July 25, 2014

  • Ivy Tech faculty members recognized Ivy Tech Community College has selected 14 members of its faculty to receive the annual President’s Award for Excellence in Instruction, according to a press release.In a tradition that began in 1983, one faculty member from each of the college’s 14

    July 25, 2014

  • Many BHS grads earn scholarships Batesville High School students were presented with scholarships at the annual Senior Awards Program May 21 from schools and organizations that chose to present at that time. There were many other scholarships awarded to seniors that were not distrib

    July 25, 2014

  • ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS West Virginia UniversityParker Blessing, Batesville, has been named to the president’s list at West Virginia University for the spring 2014 semester. He received this honor by achieving a perfect 4.0 grade-point-average. Blessing also graduated at th

    July 22, 2014

  • sch - bv071514 - Brelage scholarship Dreyer awarded nursing scholarship Margaret Mary Health officials, in conjunction with the Ripley County Community Foundation, have awarded the 2014 Doris A. Brelage Nursing Scholarship to Madison Dreyer, Batesville. The 2011 Batesville High School graduate, who is pursuing a nursing

    July 22, 2014 1 Photo

  • sch - bv072214 - Bourquein, Dennis Bourquein is IRTA president-elect The Indiana Retired Teachers’ Association president-elect is Dennis Bourquein, Batesville.He also is IRTA Legislative Committee chair. Bourquein served as IRTA Area 8 director from 2006-10 and has been an IRTA Public Relations Committee member for fo

    July 22, 2014 1 Photo

  • Private College Week July 21-25 Students, parents and others interested in the college selection process are invited to tour one or more of Indiana’s 31 private, nonprofit colleges and universities Monday-Friday, July 21-25, to experience the personality of each campus through info

    July 18, 2014

  • Ivy Tech offers new programs The Indiana Commission for Higher Education has approved new programs within the Ivy Tech Community College School of Computing and Informatics. The Lawrenceburg and Madison campuses will offer two new programs this August, server administration and

    July 18, 2014

  • IUPUC adds new concentration The Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus Division of Business is launching a new concentration in health services administration as part of its undergraduate curriculum. Required courses will be offered beginning with the start of fall class

    July 18, 2014