Local News from Thursday, July 11th, 2019
Collective Goods Returns To Highpoint For Summer Shopping Fun
Collective Goods (formerly Books Are Fun) benefits the Auxiliary of Highpoint Health.
Rockin' 4 Recovery Happens Sunday In Lawrenceburg
Come out and enjoy fun activities, all while joining the fight against substance abuse.
3rd Annual Sgt. Chad Keith 5K Helps Keep His Legacy Alive
Sgt. Keith, a Batesville High School graduate, made the ultimate sacrifice in Baghdad, Iraq in 2003.
First Candidate Officially Enters 2020 Race For Indiana Governor
Democrat Woody Myers says his campaign will focus on education, health care and job creation.
Students Go To CyberPatriot Camp This Summer
Local students received lessons in cyber security, computer networking and security, and information technology through the Air Force Association's camp.
Dearborn Community Foundation Wants Your Heart Of Gold Nominations
Do you know a Dearborn County resident who has given a lot back to their community? Consider nominating them for the Dearborn Community Foundation’s annual Heart of Gold Awards.
Hollywood, Belterra Among Sports Betting Applicants
Two area casinos want to receive licenses to open sportsbooks, according to an industry publication.
Police Capture Credit Union Robbery Suspect
Whitewater Community Credit Union in Harrison was robbed Monday.
Truck Fire Affecting I-74 Thursday Morning
The tractor-trailer caught fire early Thursday morning near the Sunman exit.
American Girl Day Camps at Hillforest Museum
Girls (ages 5-14) will have a great time learning the history of the American Girl doll series, dressing up for a take home photo, touring Hillforest Museum, making a craft for themselves and their doll, and participating in a little lady tea. Dolls (any doll) are invited to attend. Reservations may be placed at www.hillforest.org or call (812) 926-0087.at Hillforest Museum
"FREE" SUMMER LUNCHES
Joinus at Central Elementary School at 500 Short Street Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Everyone is Welcome. Eighteen and under are FREE. Nineteen and up are $3.00. Monday-Friday 11:30AM-1:00PM June 3rd-July 19, 2019 (Closed July 4&5) This program is NOT based on income. The program is sponsored by the IDOE Summer Food Service Program. Any questions please contact: Christa Quicksall at 812-537-7289at Central Elementary School
You do not need to be an Ohio County resident to participate.
Blame those who don't respect public property.
Other measures are being taken to prevent pregnant Indiana Medicaid recipients from having to pay copays for smoking cessation products.
These three local stars on the gridiron were named to the South all-star team back in March.
Believe it or not, but almost half of Americans do not know how to swim.