Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce looks to the future
(Local News ~ 05/10/22)
At their regular monthly meeting, held at 11 a.m. at the Casa Sevilla Restaurant in Bloomfield, the Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce Board discussed the town’s upcoming events. President Matt Montgomery told those present he had received the contract for the Fourth of July fireworks. He explained 50% was due up front and 50% was due at the event, and the total cost was to be $10,000...
(Community News ~ 05/10/22)
Tuesday, May 10 The Greene County Veterans’ Council will meet at 7 p.m. at Autumn Trace Senior Community, 1150 County Road 1000 W, Linton. The National Active and Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) Bloomfield Chapter 0847 will meet at the Casa Sevilla Restaurant in Bloomfield at 11:30 a.m.. The business meeting will follow the luncheon which will include highlights of the Indiana NARFE State Federation meeting. All federal employees, retirees, and spouses are invited and encouraged to attend...
Bloomfield school board hears from elementary principal
(Local News ~ 05/10/22)
Members of the Bloomfield Board of School Trustees met for their regular monthly session on Thursday, April 28. Elementary Principal Mike Riggleman began the meeting with sharing that third-grader Addison Thornton had been named student of the month...
(Court News ~ 05/10/22)
CRIMINAL CASES Ashley Lewis, 38, Terre Haute, Class A misdemeanor invasion of privacy Robert C. Smith, 55, Terre Haute, Class A misdemeanor invasion of privacy Dawn R. Arney, 48, Solsberry, Level 6 felony domestic battery committed in the presence of a child less than 16 years old...
(Obituary ~ 05/10/22)
Mike Fields, 57, of Scotland passed away Sunday May 8, 2022 at his residence. Born October 26, 1964 in Bedford the son of Delbert Merl Fields and Betty Lou (Long) Fields. Mike was self-employed jack of all trades, he loved the outdoors, hunting mushrooms, ginseng, fishing and he was an exceptional artist...
(Police Reports ~ 05/10/22)
Greene County Sheriff’s Department Activity Log The Greene County Sheriff’s Department responded to 104 incidents and calls for service from May 2-6, including three abandoned vehicles, 14 property damage accidents, two alarms, three animal complaints, five assists to other departments, five assists to the public, one battery, four civil disputes, one civil paper service, two domestic disputes, tow EMS, three frauds, one interview, one mental health issue, one P.O. ...
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