Worthington Tri Kappa continues tradition of love
(Local News ~ 01/25/19)
For three years running, a group of ladies from the Tri Kappa organization in Worthington have maintained a tradition of visiting the second-grade classroom of Deb Nolting at WRV Elementary to read books, lead a classroom activity and engage the second-graders, bringing them a fun-filled couple of hours...
George L. Forsdick
(Obituary ~ 01/25/19)
George L. Forsdick, 78, of Bloomfield, passed away Tuesday January 22, 2019 at University Hospital in Indianapolis. Born January 4, 1941 in Memphis, Tenn. the son of Harold L. and Margaret Louise (Fuchs) Forsdick. George was an electrical engineer at Crane, he was retired. George was a member of the Holy Name Catholic Church in Bloomfield and very active in the Bloomfield First Baptist Church food pantry...
AREA ROUNDUP: Even an ugly win is pretty on Senior Night
(High School Sports ~ 01/25/19)
GIRLS BASKETBALL Eastern-Greene got an ugly win for Senior Night Thursday, beating visiting Clay City 33-25. The Lady Thunderbirds trailed 5-3 after the first quarter, but took a 12-9 halftime lead. The Lady Eels slithered back to lead 18-17 after three, but Eastern outscored the visitors 16-7 in the fourth quarter to get the win...
Greene County Sheriff's Department Activity Log
(Police Reports ~ 01/25/19)
The Greene County Sheriff’s Department responded to 80 incidents and calls for service from Jan. 21-24, including three abandoned vehicles, nine property damage accidents, five personal injury accidents, six alarms, two animal complaints, three assists to other departments, four assists to the public, one child neglect, one civil dispute, one drive-off, one EMS, one fraud, one missing person, three reckless drivers, three road hazards, one shooting complaint, one attempted suicide, three suspicious, two thefts, one threat, three title checks, four traffic stops, 14 transports, one trespass, two warrant services and four welfare checks.. ...
Linton Police Department Activity Log
(Police Reports ~ 01/25/19)
The Linton Police Department responded to 27 incidents and calls for service Jan. 24, including one bank/residential alarm, one assist to other departments, two extra patrols, eight fingerprintings, one juvenile complaint, one theft, 10 traffic stops, one trespass and two warrant services...
(Court News ~ 01/25/19)
CRIMINAL CASES Kylee M. Hutt, 31, Terre Haute, Class A misdemeanor driving while suspended with prior conviction Brady L. Jerrell, 24, Linton, Level 6 felony possession of methamphetamine Anthony Epeards, 29, Bloomington, Level 4 felony sexual misconduct with a minor, two counts; Level 5 felony child solicitation...
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