first_img(Image: Jac-Cen-Del Community Schools)Students at Jac-Cen-Del High School are hoping the community can help a local food pantryAccording to The Osgood Journal, anyone who donates a canned good or non-perishable item prior to the boys basketball game Friday night will get in to the game for just $3.00.The donations will be given to the food pantry that serves residents in Ripley County.Some students from the school attended a leadership conference this year and were asked to come up with an idea that benefits others in there area.last_img read more

first_imgTwo people are being sought for throwing rocks off of a bridge in Jackson County, police said.On Tuesday afternoon, police received a report of two people dressed in dark clothing throwing rocks off the C.R. 900 N (Redding Road) overpass over I-65 in Seymour.State Police in Versailles received at least one report from an individual whose vehicle had been damaged.Anyone who may have been in the area or has any information is urged to contact Sgt. Brian Wilson at the ISP Post at Versailles at 812-689-5000 or 800-566-6704.Callers can remain anonymous.last_img read more

first_imgThe track EIAC (Conference Meet) was held last night at Rushville. The Conference has expanded this year to include both Rushville and Connersville.Final scores for the girls were East Central-150, Batesville-134.5, Connersville-84, Greensburg-83, South Dearborn-75, Rushville-64.5, Franklin County-27 and Lawrenceburg-3.The boys scores were East Central-143, Batesville-125, Rushville-114, Connersville-98, Franklin County-48, Greensburg-36, South Dearborn-32 and Lawrenceburg-15.The Bulldogs Did have several individuals earning conference champion honors and they were: The girls 4 x 800m relay of Sarah Poltrack, Mary Poltrack, Grace Yeaton and Kelsey Gausman (10:18.96), Kim Tidman- high jump (5’3″), Ginny Westerfeld-100m dash(12.62) and 200m dash (26.39), Kelsey Gausman-800m run(2:29.77) and 1600m run(5:30.8), and our lone boy conference champion was John Moody-400m dash (53.15).Kelsey Gausman was also name theGgirls EIAC Meet MVP.EIAC individual runner ups were:Boys 4 x 800m relay of Cole Nuhring, Claeb Moster, Connor Bell and Garret Yorn, Peter Heil-300m hurdles, Garret Yorn-800m run, Nathan Longstreth-high jump, and Cassie Reverman-shot put.3rd place finishers were:Peter Heil-110m hurdles, Nathan Longstreth-400m dash, Rylee Goldsmith-400m dash and high jump, Grace Yeaton-3200m run,Boys 4 x 100m relay of Zach Mears, Clayton McKinley, Jacob Koehne and Tanner Ayette, Boys 4 x 400m relay of Nathan Longstreth, John Moody, Tanner Ayette and Peter Heil.4th place went to:Tanner Ayette-100m dash and 200m dash, Cole Nuhring-1600m runMatt Dennis-300m hurdles, Caleb Moster-3200m run, Tom Chaffee-high jump, Kim Tidman-long jump, Kevin Bedel-discus, Girls 4 x 400m relay of-Kelsey Gausman, Michaela Westerfeld, Audrey Hall and Ginny Westerfeld.5th place finishers:Matt Dennis-110m hurdles, Sophie Meadows-100m dash, Clare Bruns- 300m hurdles, Cole Nuhring-800m run, Sarah Poltrack-3200m run,Peter Heil-long jump, Rylee Goldsmith-long jump, Jordan Moorman-discus,  and Alex Wirth-pole vault.Scoring in 6th:Michael Westerfeld-200m dash, Chris Riffle-3200m run, and Nathan Bedel-pole vault.7th place:Mary Poltrack-1600m run, Audrey Hall-400m dash, Jacob Koehne- 200m dash, Samanthan Heidlage-shot put, and Cassie Reverman-discus.And finishing out the scoring in 8th place:Clayton McKinley-shot put.Personal best in the following events…110hurdles-Matt Dennis, 300m hurdles-Peter Heil, 400m dash-Nathan Longstreth, 1600m run-Cole Nuhring, 3200m run-Caleb Moster, Chris Riffle and Grace Yeaton, Shot Put-Cassie Reverman, Discus-Cassie Reverman, 4 x 800 relay team of Cole Nuhring, Caleb Moster, Connor Bell, Garrett Yorn, 4 x 100 relay team of Ginny Westerfeld, Kim Tidman, Sophie Meadows, Michaela Westerfeld, 800 split-Connor Bell and Kelsey Gausman, 400 split-Peter Heil, Tanner Ayette, Kelsey Gausman, Michaela Westerfeld, Audrey Hall.This ends the varsity regular season as the Bulldogs now prepare for Sectional Tournament. Girls run Tuesday at Franklin County and The Boys Thursday at East Central.Tomorrow the JV will be competing in thier EIAC meet at South Dearborn at 10 AM.Submitted by Batesville Coach Lisa Gausmanlast_img read more

first_imgDon Drysdale in 1968 went 58+ innings without giving up a run.  Most people felt this would last forever.  What he forgot to do was to tell the Dodger management not to draft a pitcher named Orel Hershiser.  In 1988 Orel proceeded to go 59 innings without giving up a run.  As far as I know, this record still stands.This year Zack Greinke, also of the Dodgers, went 45+ innings without giving up a run.  During his streak and beyond, he faced 277 right-handed batters and held them to a .105 batting average.  He also only walked 4 batters during that time.  At the time this article was written, Greinke had a 1.69 ERA and 18 wins.  If you want to make pitching history, the Dodger organization is a good place to do so.  Remember, they also had a guy named Koufax.last_img read more

first_imgMr. Ernest Ray “Ernie” McKenzie, age 71, of Vevay, Indiana, entered this life on February 5, 1945, in Madison, Indiana, the loving son of the late, Leslie McKenzie and Mary Ellen (Cole) McKenzie McClellan. He was raised in Vevay, Indiana where he was a 1965 graduate of Vevay High School. Ernie was inducted into the United States Air Force on July 8, 1965 in Cincinnati, Ohio, serving during the Vietnam War. He earned the National Defense Service Medal and the Air Force Medal 900-3. Ernie was honorably discharged with the rank of Airman Basic on March 30, 1969 in Fairfield, California. Ernie was united in marriage on October 23, 1973 at the St. John Bosco Church in Hammond, Indiana, to Shirley Pavich and to this union arrived two sons, Benjamin and Michael to bless their home. Ernie was employed as an iron worker and welder for the LTV Steel in East Chicago, Illinois, retiring in 2004 after 32 years of service. He was a member of the Vevay American Legion Post #185 and the Vevay VFW Post #5396 where he served faithfully on the Honor Guard. Ernie resided in the Vevay community since 2004 where he owned and operated Ernie’s Woodworks. Ernie enjoyed woodworking, riding his motorcycle and driving around town. Ernie will be remembered for his indecipherable personality and his famous sayings such as, “Whatcha call it?” “What’s his name?” and “Oh they live down that one street..” Ernie will be deeply missed by his family, his friends and his community. You were truly one of a kind and the Vevay community will be a little duller now without you. Ernie passed away at 8:09 am, Sunday June 5, 2016, at his residence in Vevay, Indiana.Ernie will be dearly missed by his sons: Benjamin McKenzie of Bellvue, OH and Michael McKenzie of Lake Station, IN; his several grandchildren; his brothers: Donald McKenzie and his wife: Mardi of Tuttle, OK and Robert McKenzie and his wife: Lynda of Vevay, IN; his sisters: Lona Mathews of Largo, FL, Betty Scott of Vevay, IN and Loretta Hayes and her husband: Paul of Vevay, IN; his sister-in-law: Judy Kay White of Vevay, IN and his several nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by his parents: Leslie McKenzie and Mary Ellen (Cole) McKenzie McClellan; his brothers: Lewis Edward McKenzie, died October 1, 1989, David “Buck” White, died November 13, 2003, Richard “Rick” McKenzie, died August 1, 2010 and Elmer Lloyd “Dumpy” White, died February 23, 2014; his nephews: Richard L. “Dickie” White and R.J. Mathews and his nieces: Megan Shelby Hayes and Loni Amber Lynn Turner.Funeral services will be conducted Friday, June 10, 2016, at 1:00 pm, by Pastor KC Banta at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043.Interment and full military rites will be conducted by the Honor Guard of the Vevay American Legion Post #185 and the Vevay VFW Post #5396 in the Vevay Cemetery, Vevay, Indiana.Friends may call 11:00 am – 1:00 pm, Friday, June 10, 2016, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043.Memorial contributions may be made to Vevay American Legion Post #185 Relief Fund or to the Loni Amber Lynn Turner Scholarship Fund % Community Foundation of Switzerland County. Cards are available at the funeral home.last_img read more

first_imgDale Allen Gindling, age 63 of Batesville, IN passed away Thursday, April 6, 2017 at The Waters of Batesville. Born April 1, 1954 to Robert & Ann (Pfluger) Gindling, in Batesville, IN but raised in Brookville, IN.The 1973 graduate of Brookville High School was an auto body technician and rebuilt old cars. He married Jane Brockman on June 9, 1979 at St. Mark Lutheran Church. He was a member of St. Thomas Lutheran Church in Brookville.Not only did Dale enjoy working on cars, especially GTO’s, but also enjoyed going to car shows. He won several trophies for his cars. He liked watching western shows and sitting out by the fire. In fact, he just enjoyed being outdoors. He liked his Doberman’s and was a handyman. He could fix just about anything he put his mind to.Dale is survived by his wife Jane Gindling, his sister Debbie Chalk (Mike) of Brookville, IN and many nieces, nephews, great nieces & great nephews.Visitation will be Sunday, April 9, 2017 from 12 noon until time of memorial services at 2pm at Meyers Funeral Home, Batesville, IN.Dale’s wishes were to be cremated. Memorials are suggested to the family for medical expenses.Online condolences at www.meyersfuneralhomes.comlast_img read more

first_imgGREENSBURG, Ind. — A Milan man has been arrested in Greensburg after police say he stole a tool box from a garage.According to police, Mitchell E. Sherman-Russell, 26, was arrested on the charges of Burglary and Theft.Police say on April 23 Mitchell grabbed a tool box from a garage and fled the scene.The owner of the tools was returning to his garage when he saw Mitchell grabbing the tool box and running.He took photos of Mitchell and his license plate with his cell phone and gave them to police.Police say Mitchell had recently been released from jail from an unrelated case.last_img read more

first_imgGreensburg, In. — Chicago-based Bulley & Andrews is completing a $1.5 million restoration at the Decatur County Courthouse. Commissioner Jerome Buening says age, signs of water infiltration and masonry issues led to the decision to undertake the project.The project includes rehabilitation of the exterior and interior of the tower. Workers will repair limestone on the face of the structure and in the roof line near the iconic tree. The is scheduled to be complete by November 15.Buening told WRBI News that a very old bell in the clock tower will be removed. It’s not known when the bell in the tower was last used but Buening says officials intend to display the bell in a prominent location when the project is complete.Bulley & Andrews was founded in 1891 and is known for being specialists in historical preservation and restoration projects.last_img read more