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Upgrades will help with MV Police Dept. training By Lois Mittino Gray Mount Vernon Police Lieutenant Darrin Lemberg would like to upgrade his training equipment to give city officers more realistic live training scenarios. He attended the Mount Vernon Board of Public Works meeting June 26 to request monies for things like a Taser training suit and Generation Three radar for his police car. “With regard to the terrible tragedies throughout the country, we need to make sure we do not get caught off guard. The men need to train using scenarios they might encounter. It is a new training and I’ll need new equipment for it,” he told the board. The board was supportive of the request and Councilman Brian Jeffries told Lemberg to put together a training plan on paper, confer with Chief Beloat, and “we’ll run through it and you’ll get your equipment money.” Sources will be from COIT and LECEF funds and internal funds already budgeted.

Jeffries also made the motion to purchase the Generation Three radar unit from MPH Industries for $1,270. All new police cars have this latest model, but Lemberg has to train the men using the 20-year-old Generation One model in his police car. The board also made a motion to reject the sole bid received for the East Side Gravity Flow sewer project. When opened at a prior meeting, the bid was considerably higher than the engineer’s estimate. The bid rejection was put on hold until the board could be assured that SRF funds would still be available. Sewer Superintendent Rodney Givens presented the board with an email from Shelley Love assuring the city that the needed funds could still be extended for a year so the board felt more confident in rejecting the bid. Givens said that $912,736 remains in the fund for use on the project.

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Don Temme, left, and Darrell Creek stand in front of Don’s antique tractor at the KeckGonnerman Red Wagon Day on Saturday. A total of 23 tractors were on display at The Red Wagon in Poseyville. Photo by Theresa Bratcher

Posey fathers meet to unify plans By Valerie Werkmeister Posey County Commissioners and Council members met side by side in a joint meeting this week to discuss a few points of county business. The meetings have become a regular habit as county officials work towards open communication between each entity. One of the discussion points involved the desire to create job classifications for county employees. It has been noted that newer employees who receive salary in-

creases will often meet the salary of other employees who have been working a longer period of time. Auditor Kyle Haney stated that the creation of job classifications will help determine salary increases in the future. He added it would be necessary to determine which employees are considered ‘exempt’ and ‘non-exempt.’ As a general rule, ‘exempt’ means those employees are unable to earn overtime pay. Elected office holders who are able to make decisions on their

own would be considered ‘exempt’ employees. County officials feel that in order to rectify this situation, they must first create job descriptions and classifications for each employee. A new budget discussion will begin in August and they would like to have something in place by then. County council member Dave Pearce stated he has contacted Warrick County to

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Cynthiana future appears brighter By Valerie Werkmeister Members of the Cynthiana Town Board met last Tuesday, June 9, and discussed routine matters on their agenda. They decided to replace the town’s aging lawnmower with a new Scag Cheetah commercial grade mower from Nix Equipment in Poseyville. Council member Patti Wilson stated she favored the Scag mower over other quotes from John Deere and Gravely mowers. She stated the Scag mowers are better-built and will have the longevity the town desires. Wilson also stated that Adam Nix agreed to provide service on the mower. The board approved the $6,635 purchase. Town employee Steve Sims informed board members that his computer encountered some problems and is no longer working. He took the computer to PC Innovations in Wadesville and they were able to retrieve important files and reports from the hard drive. Sims stated he is currently using a personal laptop to complete his work and requested the town purchase a new laptop in the near future. The board agreed they would search for a reasonably price laptop for Sims. Sims also reported that he recently passed his certification tests as a water operator for the town. They will notify the Indiana De-

partment of Environmental Management of his certification. Sims also discussed problems with several drains in town. The clay tiles of a drain at 11000 North Street have collapsed and will need to be replaced. Sims stated it drains across the state highway and much of it has collapsed. He was able to temporarily patch it, but said the problem is not solved. Sims also noted a similar problem on Elm Street. During heavy rains, flooding occurs around the drains in that area. He asked the board’s permission to notify the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) of the problem so the project can be slated on their schedule for repairs. The board agreed to allow Sims to contact INDOT. Town marshal Andy Porath reported that he has received numerous complaints about speeding vehicles on North Street. He informed the board he has been watching the area and will be enforcing the speed limit and ensuring vehicles make a complete stop at the stop sign. The board approved a request by Turning Point Christian Church to use the park shelter and facilities on July 18, for a block party. The next board meeting will be held on Tuesday, July 14, at 6 p.m. in the town hall.

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MV to light up the sky with July 3 fireworks show

Madison and Marissa Moles enjoy some time in the fountain at the Mount Vernon riverfront on Sunday afternoon. Photo by Dave Pearce

Fireworks ‘remotely’ beautiful

The Lions Club will sponsor the annual fireworks show Friday, July 3, 2015 at the Mount Vernon Riverfront. Boy Scouts will be selling hotdogs and drinks with the show beginning around 9 p.m.

BMV announces holiday hours All BMV license branches will be closed Saturday, July 4, 2015 through Monday, July 6 in observance of Independence Day. All branches resume regularly scheduled business hours on Tuesday, July 7, 2015. For a complete list of branch locations and hours, please visit myBMV.com.

Riverdays scheduled for September 11-13 The Mount Vernon River Days Committee is busy preparing for another fabulous fun filled event in 2015 which is set for September 11-13, 2015. Popular events that will be returning include historic demonstrations, food booths, Smoke on the Ohio, pet parade, Bike Show, Classic Car Show, children’s events, and musical talent. A parade is set for Saturday, September 12. Saturday evening’s fireworks, a sure crowd pleaser, will follow Wolfgang’s Concert on the riverfront. You can follow the event and get the latest updates on Facebook at Mt. Vernon River Days or www.mtvernonriverdays. wikispaces.com. We are still accepting vendors, Guide sponsors, entertainment, activities, and especially volunteers. If you would like to join us then please call 812483-2922.

Posey 4-H Fashion Revue is July 7 The public is invited to attend the 2015 Posey County 4-H Fashion Revue and Extension Homemakers’ Style Show at no charge on Tuesday, July 7, starting at 7 p.m. in the Community Center of the Posey County 4-H Fairgrounds. Four-H youth members and Extension Homemaker adult members will show off their creations at this time, and awards will be presented to all participants. For more information on this or any other 4-H Fair or Extension activity, please contact the Posey County-Purdue Cooperative Extension Service by calling 812-838-1331 or emailing poseyces@purdue.edu.

Brittlebank schedules Midnight Swim Brittlebank Pool’s Midnight Swim will be July 3, 2015. Swim under the stars until midnight. Pool will open at 11 a.m. and stay open until midnight. Pool fee is $3, four and under swim free.

Live animal show coming to APL If you like meeting strange animals and discovering new facts about animals you already know and love, you will want to attend the Alexandrian Public Library presentation of Silly Safaris featuring Amazon John on Wednesday, July 8 at 2 p.m. A Silly Safaris live interactive animal show is educational fun for all ages. Plus Silly Safaris offers select volunteers from the audience an opportunity to become directly involved. And most of all it is free and no registration is required. This event will take place at the Parks and Recreation gym at Hedges. Please enter through door 11 on Eighth Street.

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Bob Jarrett holds a large ball shell at a Pyrotechnic Guild International Convention. This one is much larger than the ones he will use in the Mount Vernon show Friday night, but gives readers an idea of what the shells look like. The flat part on the bottom provides the necessary lift energy. Photo submitted By Lois Mittino Gray Bob Jarrett is as excited as a little kid about the upcoming fireworks show scheduled for Friday, July 3 at the Mount Vernon riverfront. But instead of sitting in a lawn chair to do his oohing and aahing, he is planning to sit on the big rock by the pavillion at the top of the hill with a remote control in his hand pressing the buttons to make the orchestrated show happen. Bob, owner of Jarrett Pyrotech-

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nics, designed last year’s July 4 and River Days Festival fireworks shows in Mount Vernon and promises this Friday’s show will be even bigger and better. An Evansville native and Harrison High School graduate, he has been buying fireworks, planning his own shows and doing all the wiring for them for 27 years. A pyrotechnic pro deluxe, he has been using electronic firing mechanisms since 1994. “I take my time and get personal

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and really think about what will work the best where. I have planned five stations for Friday night’s show. There are three stagings near the front of the viewing area, one in the middle of the hill and one in the back against the river bank for the really big ones at the end,” he explained. “That’s the problem with these big companies that come in and use barges or just one launch site. The fireworks come out of one place, one right after another, and that gets so boring. They don’t design and get into it. These past few weeks I have been sitting in my warehouse till 2 or 3 a.m. listening to music, wiring the control boxes and stuffing shells into tubes loving every minute of it.” Once Bob gets a budget from the Lions Club sponsor, he orders fireworks from catalogs all over the world. This year’s show has some American-made works, but ninety percent are from overseas, including Portugal and the Orient. He orders different size fireworks making different shapes and colors. Some are made to be buried in the ground, some above, some require hand lighting, others have to be lit by remote control. Bob will have about seventy to eighty percent of his show wired to go off when he pushes the correct buttons wirelessly following his script. An assistant will be near the middle stage lighting the remaining

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OBITUARIES Charles Hempfling Charles Lockwood Hempfling, 80, of Poseyville, Indiana, born to Charles John and Marcie (Lockwood) Hempfling on July 15, 1934, in Poseyville, Indiana, passed away Monday, June 22, 2015, at Select S i lt H it l iin E Specialty Hospital Evansville, Indiana. He graduated from Poseyville High School in 1952 and attended Indiana University where he played basketball as a walk-on freshman; then due to illness in the family he returned to Poseyville to manage the family business which was started in 1886. He enjoyed going to work and meeting people and was a member of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church and the American Quarter Horse Association, breeding three world champions and he enjoyed traveling the states with his son to events. Surviving are his wife of 61 years: Maxine Faye (Williams) Hempfling; son: Jeff (Nancy R.) Hempfling of New Harmony, Indiana; grandson: Charles Matthew Hempfling and a brother and sister-in-law: Keith and Karen Williams of Wadesville, Indiana. Preceding him in death were his parents; maternal grandparents: Will and Blanche Lockwood and paternal grandparents: Simon and Ruth Hempfling. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m., Monday, June 29, 2015, at the Werry Funeral Home in Poseyville, Indiana with private burial in Poseyville Cemetery at a later date. Rev. Paul Huntsman officiating. Visitation was from 4–8 p.m., Sunday, June 28, 2015, at the funeral home and from 9 a.m. until service time Monday. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, 46 South Cale Street, Poseyville, Indiana 47633. Expressions of sympathy may be made to the family online at: www.werryfuneralhomes.com.

Helen Carr

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Helen L. (Breeze) Carr, 89, of Mount Vernon, Ind. ,passed away Friday, June 26, 2015 at West River Health Campus in Evansville, Ind. Helen was born September 15, 1925 in Posey County, Ind., to Ernest and Elsie (Callicotte)

Gloria June Gross, 72, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, formerly of Mount Vernon, Indiana, passed away June 17, 2015 in Colorado Springs, after a courageous battle with cancer and renal failure. Graveside services will be held Friday, July 3 at 1 p.m. in Bellefontaine Cemetery in Mount Vernon. Her son, Rev. Brian Gross, will officiate. Cremation rites have been accorded. The Stendeback Family Funeral Home at 1330 East Fourth Street, Mount Vernon is in charge of arrangements.

B Breeze. Helen had been a clerk typist at McGraw-Hill Inc. for 17 years in St. Louis, Mo. She was an active member and past elder of the First Presbyterian Church and an active member of General Thomas Posey Chapter of D.A.R. She enjoyed reading, playing solitaire, and working crossword puzzels. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband of 61 years, Lester James Carr Jr.; and brothers, Maurice and Marvin Breeze. She is survived by her sons, Dennis (Jeanne) Carr of Evansville, Ind. and Bruce (Sandy) Carr of Corona, N. Mex; grandchildren, Laura Carr, J. Kevin (Paula) Carr, Jennifer Carr, Bryan Carr; and one great-grandchild, Micheil Carr. Memorial service will be held at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 1, 2015 at First Presbyterian Church, 120 East Sixth Street Mount Vernon, Ind., with Rev. Jean Sparks officiating. Visitation will be held from 4:30 until 6:30 p.m. service time at the church. Memorial contributions may be made to First Presbyterian Church, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place Memphis, TN 38105, or Posey Humane Society, 6500 Leonard Road, Mount Vernon, Ind. Condolences may be made online at www.schneiderfuneralhome.com

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‘Posey Fathers’ continued from Page A1 see how their employees’ job descriptions are written. Warrick County is willing to share their information; however it must be physically copied as it is not in digital format to be e-mailed. Pearce stated he is willing to go to Warrick County and copy the information to use as a guideline. They agreed to allow Haney to create a rough draft document for their review during their next joint meeting. The second topic of discussion concerned the number of new county vehicles they would need to purchase in the near future. County Commissioner President Carl Schmitz stated the Chuck Mobley, Animal Control Officer, would need a new truck. The current one has 170,000 miles and is not fourwheel drive. He sometimes gets stuck in areas and would prefer a new truck with four-wheel-drive. County building inspector Ed Battieger also needs a new truck as his current one has approximately 200,000 miles on it. County officials also noted when the Midwest Fertilizer

‘Posey Fathers’ continued from Page A1 In other board action: • Givens and the board discussed warranties and the two bids on the n Pw crane truck. He is going to go over each bid and its descriptions with Water Superintendent Chuck Gray to see what his department could use and share expenses on the truck. He will return with the two bids and their thoughts next meeting. • Givens also said he has sewer line issues with the Water Works area and Sawmill Street. He will check on what work the department can do and what might need to be contracted out and report back for the next meeting. • permission was granted for Mayor John Tucker to sign an agreement with Umbaugh and Associates on filing reports for the new bond issues and financial updates. • Shane Claybrooke appeared before the board again to resolve the easement issue for limited parking at his liquor store business. After talking with the neighbors and city attorney, the board felt there would be no problem in granting him the easement.

plant breaks ground and begins construction, the county will need to hire two full-time inspectors to solely conduct inspections for that facility. The estimated construction time is 3748 months. Those positions would also need vehicles. It was noted the building inspector fund is self-sufficient based on the number of permit fees brought in. The county general fund would not have to budget for the expense of those new vehicles. Commissioner Jim Alsop stated they would need to plan for a healthcare insurance cost increase. The county is currently at an 84 percent loss ratio in the last 12 months. They have not received any estimate on the amount of a possible increase, but they realize an increase is imminent. The next joint meeting is scheduled on Tuesday, August 4, and will directly follow the end of the commissioners’ meeting that begins at 9 a.m.

Deadline to enter Posey County Talent Show is July 6 The deadline to send your entry form for the Posey County Talent Show is July 6, 2015. There is a $10 entry fee per particpant. All completed forms and fees are to be sent to: Heather Allyn, 5110 Indian Mounds

Road, Mount Vernon, Ind., 47620. For a copy of an offical entry form, or if you have any questions regarding the Talent Show, please contact Heather at 812-431-8961 or allyn554@gmail.com.

‘Fireworks’ continued from Page A1 ones by hand with a fuse. The big ones in back at the end of the show have to be lit by remote control. These are six eight inch shells and two big 10 inch shells. The wireless signal from the remote sets off an igniter, powered by batteries, that lights the fuse on the shells in tubes. Balls called stars burst open inside and release lift energy to propel the firework upward. Aluminum foil is placed atop all tubes so cinders will not accidentally fall into them and set them off too early. “There are many styles like flowery chrysanthemums, falling willows, bowties, whistlers, patriotic colors and a barrage of boom salutes,” he said. “I have big Roman candles that will criss-cross and that will look neat.” He will use smaller ones called fish that have little pieces of fuse in them that light in the sky and squiggle like fish. Interestingly, some Oriental ones have rice hulls packed inside that burn slowly and fall lightly, smoldering with a golden glow. Jarrett and his assistant are certified and trained and wear safety equipment when working. “Duds do happen and we have to look for them afterwards so no kids pick them up. Never look down a tube if you find one. There is a lot to know when working with these and you only get one time to mess up.” Jarrett promises the show will be about 15-20 minutes long. He plans to begin between 9 and 9:15 p.m. depending on the light. He is grateful to the small business owners in town who contribute to the show’s cost. “ This year I had almost double the budget to work with so I’m going to work hard to keep up with my motto of ‘painting memories in the sky.’”

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Modern, past world meet on Mackinac Island, Michigan Madeleine, even though I knew that you and your family were enjoying a very nice time on the beach in Florida, I wished that you could have been along with Grandpa and I on Mackinac Island, Michigan. We had wanted to visit D M  this historic and picturesque town for a long time, and B we were not disappointed. C I never miss an opportunity P

to explain the difference in your modern world and that of the past. Visiting an island that does not allow motor vehicles would have been a great example. There are two main modes of transportation on this little piece of historical real estate. Bicycles are everywhere, and many visitors take theirs along. However, the gentle giant Belgian horses provide the main way to transport everything. I already knew a little bit about this amazing breed, because my grandfather used to raise them. In his early life on the farm, this was the way work was accomplished. I am sad to say that they were already a thing of the past when I was born, and I never got to be around them. I have a photo of his niece and nephew sitting on one of the big horses. Grandpa’s brother was a Chicago doctor and his children were city kids, so coming down to the Indiana farm was very different to them. By the time I was a child, and they came to visit, they had turned into spoiled young adults and I was glad when they went home. When the young men who served as both Mackinac carriage drivers and tour guides spoke about their horse teams, you could tell that it was much more than just a job to them. The drivers we had were college students at Michigan State, and this was their summer job. They had done this work for several years, and told us how much they would miss

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forms of identification are required at check-in. Individuals who are 17 years of age (16 with parental consent in some states), weigh at least 110 pounds and are in generally good health may be eligible to donate blood. High school students and other donors 18 years of age and younger also have to meet certain height and weight requirements.

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their team when it was time to go on with their careers after graduation. There are, of course, many different teams and drivers on the island, and I hoped that all of them had the same affection for their horses as displayed by the ones we met. I was glad to hear that the horses were switched out after a set number of hours, and I also noticed that someone was around to offer them water at the rest stops. These young drivers were responsible for the care of their team, and they got to the barns at the crack of dawn to brush them down, and put their harnesses on. At the end of their shift, they also bathed the horses, and made sure they had their bales of hay. I was also glad to see that several girls were doing this job. Madeleine, can you imagine living in the time when you depended on horses for both transportation and to help with all of the farm work? This country would have struggled to make the same progress without the existence of horses. They made everything possible. In exchange for all of this, many were overworked and abused. Like the soldiers that they carried to war, they, also were wounded and killed. I wish that I could tell you this never happens in the 21st century, but like the dogs that PC Pound Puppies rescue, we sometimes hear of neglected and starved horses. I am very frequently outspoken about the unspeakable things that happen to the poor beasts that we, as human beings, are supposed to be protecting. I can only take comfort in the increasing numbers of rescue organizations and stiffer penalties for the people who commit these crimes. I grew up seeing the beautiful horses in the technicolor Westerns of the 50s, and I went home dreaming of owning a horse of my own. When my cousin, Gary, had a horse for a while, I was very envious. However, he recently told me that it wasn’t all that much fun. When people who acquire

Cathy with the Belgian horses, used as transportation, on a recent vacation to Mackinac Island. animals of any type actually have to assume their care, it does not always have a good ending. I have mentioned many times what a good man that my grandfather was, and his kindness and patience extended to his farm animals, as well as to his wife, children, and grandchildren. I believe that my love of animals came from him, because he taught me many things. I hope that he was looking down from Heaven to see me petting one of those big Belgian horses on Mackinac Island. I could clearly picture the smile it would have brought to his face. Madeleine and I wish everyone a very happy and safe Fourth of July.

Parkinson’s Support Group set An author, motivational speaker, cancer survivor and individual living with Parkinson’s disease, will present, “How to Have a Great Time with a Bad Disease,” at the Tuesday, July 7, PASATS meeting at 5:30 p.m. The presentation from Richard London focuses on helping people with Parkinson’s and other illnesses maintain a positive attitude and overcome the challenges in their lives. The meeting will be held in room 350 in the Deaconess Physicians Center located on the Deaconess Hospital Main campus.

Birthdays June 30 - David Whitmore, Pat Finn-Castle, Harley Crowe, Donald Stone, Nicole Mikels, Haley Butler, Patt Finn, Justin Reinitz, Ethan Shelhorn, Cindy York July 1 - Jason Parkhill, Joyce Kron, Angela Y. Counts, Faith Will, Daye Dial, Carolyn Garris, Barbara Elpers, Sharon Willman, Weston Noffsker, Rebecca Harl, Angela Laws, Daye Robinson July 2 - Bill Loveridge, Andrea Smotherman, Jeanne Fortune, Sarah Watson, Chris Moore, Jerry Horton July 3 - Charles Dunbar , Alivia Williams, Marvali Taylor, Stephanie Allbright, Jonathan Schmitt July 4 - Robert Heal, Ramona Welker, Marvin Mc-

Alvena Knowles enjoys her 78th Wadesville High School reunion on Saturday evening with her niece at the Wadesville Durmon, Maddy Johnson, VFW. Knowles graduated from Wadesville High School in Samantha Knaebel, Josie 1937. Photo by Dave Pearce Mercer, Susie Brown, Linda McDaniel, Wilma Parrish July 5 - Ray Mittino, Judy Mittino, Debra King, Kevin Adoption Location also visit our facebook page Straw, Debbie Thompson, Please visit PC Pound Pupfor more information. Sandy Niehaus, Sam Reinitz, We always need: Joy Straw, Rose Wagner, San- pies at Pet Food Center North Heartgard, Advantix, Addra Elliott, Stephanie Rhodes (on First Avenue by Target) July 6 - William J. on Sundays, Noon to 3 p.m, vantage Multi, Trifexis . . all Kincheloe, Barbara McCoy, where you can meet many of sizes. You may purchase these Larry Kahle, Randy Giles, Jeff the dogs available for adop- for us at Hawthorne Animal Goad, Brad Lowery, Philip A. tion. Pictures are posted in the Clinic and they will see that Werry, Beth Wilson, Jeremy window of Pet Food Center we get them. Heavy Duty Leashes (the Farmer, Cara Huebner, Paul North, and a flier is displayed braided ones hold up longer, Tucker, Janet Miller, Beth at Hawthorne Animal Clinic. If you see a dog you are and are easier on our hands) Tucker Wire or plastic crates, new If you have a name to be interested in, please email us included in the birthday cal- at pc_poundpuppies@yahoo. or used in good condition Treats, bones, rawhides endar, please send to us at com or go to our website ( and Heavy duty dog toys such P.O. Box 397, New Harmony, pcpoundpuppies.com) submit an application. You can as Kongs and Nylabones IN 47631

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PHS News A cat’s digestive system can sometimes be a finicky thing, so we are trying to regulate what our cats are eating. For that reason we ask that any cat food dona-

tions you make please be limited to Purina Cat Chow, Iams or Purina One Sensitive Systems. As always we appreciate any monetary donations.

Members of the Class of 1958 enjoyed the Wadesville School Reunion on Saturday evening at the VFW. Pictured are, in front, Charlotte Smith, Wanda Wade, Dodie Babillis, Ruth Tyler Barnett, and Nancy Krasznai. In back are Paul Wade, Gene Flowers, Bill Young, Nick ‘Elmo’ Deal, Malcolm Yancey, and Jerry Becker. Photo by Dave Pearce

POSEY COUNTY PAGES OF THE PAST JUNE 29, 2010 5 YEARS AGO Early American Life magazine named Tom Wintczak, of Bee Tree Pottery, the winner of the highest award as a traditional artisan in this year’s Directory of Traditional American Crafts. Mitch Luman of the Evansville Museum conducted a tour of the mysteries of the night sky with his 20 inch telescope at the Alexandrian Public Library. Charles and Lillian Schutz Stevens celebrated their 68th wedding anniversary. They were married on July 3, 1942 in New Harmony, Ind. Mount Vernon resident Nancy Harris to open Touch of Home Cafe’ on the Mount Vernon Riverfront on July 5. Houston arts patron, social activist and preservationist Jane Blaffer Owen, 95, died in Houston Monday night. The daughter of Robert Lee Blaffer, a founder of the Humble Oil Co. (now ExxonMobil), and granddaughter of William T. Campbell, a founder of Texaco, Owen was recognized in both Houston and New Harmony, Ind., for her generous philanthropy. Ruth Kissel was the winner of the North Posey Relay for Life Courage Award.

JUNE 27, 2000 15 YEARS AGO On behalf of Governor Frank O’Bannon, Mount Vernon Mayor Jackson L. Higgins awarded the Sagamore of the Wabash to John Emhuff during his retirement reception at the Opportunity Center. Mount Vernon Nursing and Rehab resident Fay Silva enjoyed a visit from a four-legged friend ‘Snoopie’ and Jennifer Chapman from the New Harmony Veterinarian clinic. Betty Meadors has sold Keepsake Video and turned over the keys to new owners Cindy and Butch Reese. After being in the glass business for more than 43 years Melvin Redman is retiring and selling his business. He was the owner of Redman’s Auto and Plate Glass in Mount Vernon. North Posey principal Jay Van Hoosier proudly displays the Viking baseball team’s regional trophy at a pep rally Wednesday night. The Vikings received a big sendoff from the fans prior to Friday’s trip to the Class 2A state finals. The Master Tire boat, owned by Ed Cooper Jr. of Wadesville, finished sixth in the final at Budweiser Thunder on the Ohio.

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JULY 3, 1990 25 YEARS AGO Saturday was officially proclaimed ‘Scott Paper Day’ by Mayor Jackson Higgins and the residents came out in full force to show their support. An area of Mount Vernon, the subdivision call The Meadows, has recently been attacked by groundhogs. A Grayville, Ill., man charge with looting an Indiana mound site at General Electric in Mount vernon will go on trial on July 9. Mount Vernon’s new landfill contract, which will begin July 25, will increase landfill fees by 139 percent. Craig Berolucci, a Mount Vernon High School graduate, is one of three USI students involved in polymer research this summer, working with Dr. Kevin McLaughlin, assistant professor of chemistry. North Posey head coach Rick Wilgus and Mount Vernon junior-varsity mentor Jim Hatfield will participate in a special skills camp run by the Indiana Pacers at Rose-Hulman Institute in Terre Haute. The Brittlebank swim team defeated Carmi, Ill. 361-266 in a meet Saturday at Carmi. Rob Bulla had four first place finishes and a second.

JULY 2, 1965 50 YEARS AGO Dr. Carroll L. Boyle, general practioner in Poseyville since 1953, announced this week he will discontinue his local practice and open an office in the Medical arts Building in Evansville. Last week Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berry, minister of Old Union Christian Church and wife, attended the North American Christian Convention of Christian Churches in Tulsa, Okla. The Griffin Christian Church was the scene of the ceremony Saturday afternoon which united in marriage Miss Elaine Lindsey and Joseph Michael Huston. News of St. Wendel: A party for friends was held Sunday afternoon at the home of Herman Paul to honor Mrs. Mamie Reidford. An inspection of Poseyville Chapter 394, O.E.S., and Cynthiana Chapter 445 was held Saturday at Cynthiana in the school gym by Worthy Grand Matron Sallie Turner. Indiana’s first minimum wage law went into effect on July 1. All employeers covered by the law must pay to their employees $1 an hour.


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Fourth of July celebration planned New Harmony’s Fourth of July 2015 celebration begins at 10 a.m. at the Atheneum with the Friends of the Working Men’s Institute annual program, co-sponsored by University of Southern Indiana and New Harmony Kiwanis. At this event, Girl Scout Troop 151 will present the flags, the Community Choir will sing patriotic songs, the Declaration of Independence will be read by Curt Schmitt, and the event will culminate with a talk by Dr. Robin Sager. Dr. Sager is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Evansville and will speak on ‘Celebrating the Fourth with the Founding Fathers.’ Dr. Sager is a native Texan and her research focuses on the law and early American History. Her research and teaching has been supported by the National Endowment for the Ace Cox, Brendon Mason and Raegan Mason enjoy seeing a firetruck on the inside Humanities, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundaas part of a Poseyville Carnegie Library program last Monday. Photo by Dave Pearce tion, and the Wisconsin Historical Society,

Poseyville Carnegie Library The Poseyville Carnegie Public Library has had a great turnout for summer reading program registrations so far. We hope you’re as excited as we are about reaching your reading goals and participating in the fun programs and events that will be taking

By Claire Wezet

place all throughout the summer. Pre-K kids had a great time making their own superheroes during our Pre-K story time, and K-fifth graders had a blast competing in an outdoor superhero obstacle course. With many exciting events and programs to come,

the library is sure to be a great place to beat the heat, and have fun doing it. June 26 from 11 - Noon Bubble blowing this event is for preschool, elementary and teen/tween aged kids (parents and/or supervising adults may attend with their children).

Music Festival and School to be held July 6-11 Many acoustic ‘musics’ flourish in ‘Utopia,’ as you will find out if you attend even one of the 15 festival events at the New Harmony Music Festival and School, July 6-11. The events (ten of which are free) include concerts, Irish jam sessions, an old-time dance, a film screening, and an art show, all within a few blocks of one another in the historic venues of New Harmony, Ind., the famed ‘Birthplace Of Utopianism’ on the shores of the Wabash River. The weekend concerts are broadcast live on WNIN Public Radio. This year’s overall theme is ‘Rivers, Waterways, and Streams of Life.’ The concerts, all of which are acoustic with no amplification, range from classical to traditional Irish fiddling to jazz improvisation, and occasionally some enthusiastic melding of all three. The players include top international musicians and sometimes even their gifted students who have come together for a week to learn, teach and perform. This year the festival celebrates its fourth season. Christopher Layer, a New York Citybased flutist and piper and a native Hoosier, founded the festival to share the joy of music after thirty years performing with symphony orchestras as well as major rock acts, touring with dance companies, and lending his musical talents to film, television scores, and commercials. He currently works with Sting, as a sideman on his ongoing Broadway project, The Last Ship. Schedule at a Glance (For complete concert and event informa-

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tion, visit the festival website: www.newharmonymusicfest.com) Monday, July 6 - Pop-up concert,* Celtic jam session* Tuesday, July 7 - Pop-up concert,* art opening,* Festival Showcase concert* Wednesday, July 8 - Pop-up concert,* Festival Film,* Celtic jam session* Thursday, July 9 - Pop-up concert,* Community Dance Friday, July 10 - Pop-up concert,* Concert and WNIN Public Radio Broadcast Saturday, July 11 - Outdoor piano concert, Concert and WNIN Public Radio Broadcast *Indicates free event. 2015 New Harmony Music Festival and School Performers: Mazz Swift: Violinist, Singer, jazz musician Tom McDermott: New Orleans-style Pianist Natalie Haas: Cello Yann Falquet: Guitar, Mandolin, Singer Susie Petrov: Dance Caller, Accordion, Piano Paul Woodiel: Classical Violin, Old-Time Fiddle Christopher Layer: Irish Uilleann Pipes, Flutes, Woodwinds Dr. George Wolfe: Saxophones, East Indian Tabla Patrick Ourceau: Irish Fiddle Martha Waldvogel: Harp Rikky Griffin-Foster: Highland Pipes Jamie Bernstein: Filmmaker, Guest Speaker

Make a canvas painting that says ‘beach’ with sand, seashells and paint. You must be 18 or older. Registration is required. Otaku Manga July 13 at 3:30 p.m. Like mange and anime? Otaku Manga is a group of anime and manga fans that meets the second Monday of every month to watch anime, swap manga, discuss new manga and which new series to order, have snacks, play games, do crafts, drawing classes and more. The club is always looking for new members. Stop on by, there is no registration. Grades six-12 only. New Adult Book Club July 13 from 6 to 7 p.m. This book discussion group is designed with 20 somethings in mind, but anyone 18 or over is welcome. There are adult themes and language used in the books we will be reading. The book we will be discussing this month is I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson. You can get your copy at the Information Desk. We will be meeting at Tequilas Mexican Restaurant at 408 Southwind Plaza. Novels at Night July 14 at 6 p.m. Join us to discuss The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin. We will be meeting at Hedges. You can g t your ge y ur copy yo coppy at the the InformaInf nfor orma or mama get

Sixteen attend Watercolor Workshop Sixteen children explored the wonders of watercolor during the Hoosier Salon Children’s Watercolor Workshop. Artist Robert Pote was the instructor for 10 through 15 year olds on June 23 and 24 at the Holy Angels Community Center in New Harmony. Robert was assisted by gallery director, Maggie Rapp, and volunteers Linda Volz, Marsha Bailey, Barbara Borries, Teresa Newman, and Carlene VanLaningham. Children attending were Meredith Atkins, Kendyl Brown, Kennedy Gauer, Jennah Hottel, Addyson Lingafelter, Ruthie Meyer, Rachel Newman, Marcus Orpurt, Faith Peterlin, Ella Rapp, JT Rapp, Noah Rapp, Thomas Rapp, Natalie

Schoening, Darby Simpson, and Brailyn Vessels . The Children’s Watercolor Workshop and Art Day Camp artwork will be exhibited at the July 10th Exhibit Opening Reception at the Hoosier Salon Gallery along with the work of professional artists Pamela Newell, Scott Kilmer and Will Carpenter. The reception is open to the public and friends and relatives of the children are encouraged to join us to view the artwork and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and beverages. The Hoosier Salon Children’s Summer Art programs are made possible by a grant from the Robert Lee Blaffer Foundation and donations from Tri Kappa and the Tercera Club.

Morning Watercolor Class: (L to R) Noah Rapp, Thomas Rapp, Addyson Lingafelter, Meredith Atkins, Faith Peterlin, Ella Rapp, and JT Rapp, (Brailyn Vessel, missing for photo).

Afternoon Watercolor Class: (L to R) Rachel Newman, Darby Simpson, Ruthie Meyer, Kendyl Brown, Kennedy Gauer, Jennah Hottel, and Natalie Schoening. (Marcus Orpurt, missing for photo).

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Did you know? The library is open during the renovation and construction. Program will take place at Hedges Central unless otherwise indicated. Enter through door 16 on Canal Street except were noted. This is a secure building, so please plan on arriving five10 minutes before the start of the program or you may be locked out. If you have any questions regarding program locations please call the library at (812) 838-3286. Independence Day July 3 and 4 The library will be closed to allow our staff to enjoy Independence Day with their families. Comic Book Crafts July 6 at 3:30 p.m. We’ll have supplies for making all kinds of comic book related crafts, including coasters, magnets, and comic book wallets. Grades six-12 only. No registration needed. Silly Safaris July 8 at 2 p.m. Amazon John returns for another fun-filled show with live animals. For all ages. No tickets or registration required. This event will take place at the Parks and Recreation gym at Hedges. Please enter through door 11 on Eighth Street. Getting Crafty: Beach Painting July lyy 9 at at 10 a.m. a.m .m. m.

among others. Following the program there will be a golf cart parade from the Atheneum through town ending at Maclure Park, where the golf carts will be judged and prizes awarded. Also at Maclure Park, New Harmony Kiwanis will have hot dogs and hamburgers that can be purchased for a nominal fee, enjoy the music of Bob Minnette and the Dixieland Society as they perform in the bandstand, and be sure to enjoy a cup of free root beer. During their early celebrations of the Fourth of July, members of the Harmonie Society would invite area residents into their community offering locally brewed beer to their guests. The University of Southern Indiana/Historic New Harmony continues this tradition by providing free root ‘beer.’ For further information, please call 812-6824488.

tion Desk. Introduction to Digital Photography-Part 1 July 15 at 10 a.m. Local artist Stan Campbell will discuss how you can improve your digital photographs. Make sure to bring your camera or cell phone. Attendee must be 16 years or older. Bookmobile Do you have an event coming up this summer, and would like the Bookmobile to attend? We’d love to be part of our community any way we can - and bring the books to you. To learn more, or to let us know of an upcoming event (a dinner, a program, a fair, or a market), please contact Tyler Lemar at 812-4318528. Please help us spread the word and let’s get some more miles on our Bookmobile. Want to register? The library offers multiple ways you can register, including: on the web, by phone, and in person. You can register well in advance by going to our website at http://alexandrianpl.org. Can’t register on-line? Call the Adult Information Desk at (812) 838-3286 or visit the Adult Information Desk in person. Our library staff representative will be ready to assist you and answer your questions. Check out our Face Fa cebo ce book bo ok ppage agge an andd Li Like ke uus. s. Facebook

Hoosier Salon to host new art exhibit A new exhibit opens Friday, July 10, at the Hoosier Salon New Harmony Gallery, 507 Church Street, and the public is invited to a reception, which will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Mount Vernon residents, Kyle and Sherri Rapp, are the exhibit sponsors. Featured

in the gallery until August 9, 2015, will be the award-winning work of Hoosier artists Will Carpenter, Scott Kilmer and Pamela C. Newell. For more information, contact Gallery Director Maggie Rapp at 812-459-9851 or maggierapp@sbcglobal. net.

American Legion Auxiliary by Rita Bradford The American Legion Auxiliary met June 17, 2015 at the Legion Home. President Jenny Witt opened the meeting with 11 members present. Chaplain Alice Klotz gave opening prayer. Members pledged to the flag and recited the preamble. Secretary Leacca Wilson read roll call and minutes from previous meeting. Mary Ann McGennis gave the treasurer’s report. Rita Bradford read thank you card from Jennifer Moulden, 8th District Parliamentarian. Total membership 460. President Jenny and Chaplain Alice did the Draping of the Charter. A memorial service was held for the deceased Auxiliary members. A rose was placed in a basket for each member in their memory. Auxiliary members Sue Schroeder and Naomi Bell installed new officers for 2015-2016.

Officers are President, Jenny Witt; First VicePresident, Helen Carr; Second Vic-President, Naomi Bell; Treasurer, Mary Ann McGennis; Recording Secretary, Leacca Wilson; Corresponding Secretary, Rita Bradford; Chaplain, Judy Estes; Sergeant of Arms, Judy Meyer; Historian, Linda Sharber; Executive Committee, Naomi Bell, Jenny Witt, and Judy Meyer. After the installation the president was excorted back to the President Chair with the other officers. President took over the meeting. All business taken care of Chaplain gave closing prayer. Sergeant of Arms Judy Meyer retired the flags. President closed the meeting in regular form. Dues allowance went to Linda Rhoads. Next meeting will be July 22 at the Legion Home at 7 p.m.

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Bring the whole family! Complimentary Popcorn and Water. Saturday, July 18th at 6p.m. at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, New Harmony, Ind.

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St. Philip Vacation Bible School was held June 8-12. Pictured are 45 youth ages 11-18 that volunteered their time to help with bible school. Photo submitted

Experts encourage tri-state area families to bring back Sunday dinner Dennis Gunther from the Tri-State area is on a mission to see more families share sit-down Sunday dinners with their senior loved ones. The reason? New research shows that 50 percent of surveyed families living near senior relatives feel they do not share enough meals with older loved ones, losing an important family connection.* “For seniors, it’s not what’s on their plate that matters most at mealtime – it’s who is at the table with them,” said Gunther, vice president of the local Home Instead Senior Care® office serving the Evansville and Jasper areas. “When seniors share meals with a companion, they have a better mealtime experience – both nutritionally and emotionally.” Almost 75 percent of the people surveyed said they only sit

down for a family meal with senior loved ones for special occasions, events or holidays. They say a big part of the problem is time – both not having enough of it and conflicting schedules. To encourage families to make time for these meals, the Home Instead Senior Care Foundation® will donate $1 to Meals on Wheels America (up to $20,000 total through July 31, 2015) for each person that commits to regularly scheduling family dinners at SundayDinnerPledge.com. Pledging to have a sit-down dinner with loved ones will help to ensure other seniors will have a quality meal, friendly visit and safety check through Meals on Wheels programs across the country. “We hope families will make the pledge to either revive or begin new mealtime traditions with their senior loved ones,”

Gunther said. “This small commitment can have a big impact on a senior’s well-being.” To help families across the country host their own Sunday dinner, Home Instead Senior Care has partnered with celebrity chef and mother of four Melissa d’Arabian to develop easy, nutritious recipes. Additional resources include tips for how to involve seniors in meal planning and preparation, pre- and post-dinner activities and meal plans for healthy, inexpensive meals that all generations can enjoy. For these free resources and more information on how you can bring back the Sunday dinner and reconnect with your senior loved ones, visit www.SundayDinnerPledge.com or call Home Instead Senior Care at 812-471-0050.

Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk Christians Too Weak on Public Issues?

Steph Levings is all smiles during the MVGB Ice Cream Social on Sunday evening. Photos by Michelle Gibson

R.C. Goodman, and daughter Sadie Goodman, enjoy some time together at the MVGB Ice Cream Social.

July Community Table Free meal every Thursday, serving from 5 to 6 p.m. at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, Poseyville. Everyone is welcome. No preaching, just good eating. Thursday, July 2 – Hamburgers, Baked Beans, Chips, Ice Cream Sundae Thursday, July 9 – Baked Rotini, Salad, Breadstick,

Ice Cream Sundae Thursday, July 16 - Sloppy Joe on Bun, Chips, Salad, Dessert Thursday, July 23 - Fritos Tacos, Corn, Applesauce, Dessert Thursday, July 30 – Chicken Casserole, Salad, Roll, Dessert

At the Cross Mission Feed the Children Program Free meal from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Monday through Friday for children 18 and under at the old Hedges building on Eighth Street in Mount Vernon. Entrance is door number nine. Call 812-838-9670 for more information. Tuesday June 30 - Ground beef and macaroni D-22, WG garlic bread, tomato, apple, milk 8 oz Wednesday July 1- Pizza

Why are people who believe in traditional values less involved in public issues than the secular humanists? Do conservative Christians care less about their ideas than the liberals do? I have been troubled by that question for several years. Many Christians would give their lives for their faith if necessary, and yet they consistently get whipped in the public arena. Their philosophical opponents get there first, fight better when the heat is on, and remain on the battlefield after the pro-family people have gone home. How can this be? Why is our army so tentative? After giving the matter much thought, I believe I now understand the problem. The difference is that the other side earns a living by fighting policy battles, while we are merely motivated by ideology. Antifamily organizations receive multiplied millions of dollars in subsidies each year. It is no wonder they fight like fanatics when those funds are threatened in Washington. Likewise, the abortionists, the pornographers, liberal educators, and empirebuilding bureaucrats all feed at the public trough. Their livelihood depends on it, which helps explain the tenacity of the left. They don’t give up, even after years of defeat and disappointment. How about pro-family troops? Well, they’re not quite so tough. They get discouraged and embarrassed by a single setback. They’re up to their ears in responsibility at home and just can’t afford more than a quick skirmish. Obviously, conservative Christians must learn to go the distance if they’re to defend the things in which they believe. Votes are what it’s all about, and yet half the Christians are not even registered. No wonder they get whipped year in and year out.

Band member Dan Kieffel offers a toast following the music at German Night at St. Philip Church on Saturday evening. Photo by Dave Pearce

Brad Lutz is served German food by Ryan Wildeman at the St. Philip Church German Night on Saturday night. Photo by Dave Pearce

VBS begins at St. Peter’s UMC July 5 Vacation Bible School at St. Peter's United Methodist Church, 2800 St. Phillips Road, will run July 5 - 8 from 5:30 to 7:45 p.m. Starting with Age 3. The theme is ‘Old Tetament Super Heroes.’ Dinner will be served. If you need transportation, please call Pastor Eric, at 812-985-2025 or Alladean 812-985-2573.

burger on WG roll, scalloped potatoes, fruit salad, milk 8 oz Thursday July 2- Sub sandwich with WG bread meat and cheese, mix vegetables, mixed fruit, milk 8 oz Friday July 3 - BBQ chicken D11, WG bread, green beans, fruit, milk 8 oz Monday July 6 - Hamburger on WG bun, french fries, water melon, milk Menu is subject to change. By Pastor Timothy Johnson, Countryside Baptist Church Have you ever noticed how 2015 ALEXANDRIAN PUBLIC LIBRARY close our nation’s birthday is to Father’s Day? This year it is SUMMER READING PROGRAMS IN JUNE June 3 at 10:00 a.m. - Adopt a June 15 at 3:30 p.m. - Spray only 13 days. As an American Shelter Cat. Learn about cat Paint T-shirts. Grades 6-12 and a father; I couldn’t help care and adopting a shelter only. This event will be can- but wonder what our founding celed in the case of rain.*^ cat.^ fathers would have thought of June 3 at 2:00 p.m. - Science June 16 at 1:00 p.m. - LITer- how well the nation turned Fun with the USI Science ally Speaking Book Discus- out. As a dad, I am very proud Guy!For ages 6 and older. + sion. We will discuss Still of my children (all grown up Alice by Lisa Genova. ^ June 4, 11, 18 & 25 at 10:00 now). However, as any honest a.m. Drawing and Watercolor June 17 at 10:00 a.m. - Get- parent will confess, there has for Adults. Supplies provid- ting Crafty: Decorate a Visor. been times in our kid’s lives You must be 18 or older.*^ ed.*^ we can lovingly tell them, June 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 29 June 17 at 2:00 p.m. - Home “You really shouldn’t have & 30 - Register for either Depot Kids’ Workshop. For done that.” Monday or Tuesday at 9:30 ages 7 to 12 years.*+ a.m. or 10:30 a.m. - Summer are proud Story Stomp! A new twist on June 22 at 3:30 p.m. - Life of their Father’s children’s accomour summer storytimes! For Size Pac-Man. For grades 6plishments. Those first steps, children ages 5 and under.*^ 12 only.^ a bicycle, A’s on the June 8 from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. June 24 at 2:00 p.m. - Build riding - New Adult Book Club. Dis- Your Own Work of Art! For report card, graduation, landcussion of Orange is the New ages 8 to 12.*^ ing that first big job, finding Black by Piper Kerman. Meetand the delivery of ing at Tequilas Mexican Res- June 29 at 3:30 p.m. - Shav- athespouse fi rst grandchild, are only ing Cream and Water Fight. taurant. This event is on even if it a few of the happy moments June 9 at 6:00 p.m. - Novels rains, but will be canceled in dad’s experience. at Night. Meet us at Bliss to the case of storms. Grades 6The first two accomplishdiscuss Me Before You by 12 only.*^ JoJo Moyes. ments that come to mind program will take when thinking of America are June 10 & 24 at 10:00 a.m. - ^placeIndicates room 223 at the Hedges WWII and men on the moon. Busy Hands/Basic Knitting. Centralin building. Enter through Open to all age groups.^ The world owes America door Number 16 on Canal Street. more than it can ever repay. June 10 at 2:00 p.m. - Build + Indicates program will take Your Own Craft! For ages 5 place at the Parks and Recreation I’m not talking about all the gym at Hedges. Enter through to 12.*+ money we’ve given out over door Number 11 on 8th Street. the years, I’m speaking about June 11, 18 & 25 at 2:00 p.m. * Indicates that registration is - Laughs and Crafts. For kids required. the fact that nations of the entering grades K-5.*^ world pledge allegiance to their own flag and are not saJune 13 at 10:00 a.m. - Mt. Vernon Author Chad Cain. luting a swastika. This program will be at the As Americans, can we can APL. walk outside, look up into the sky, see the moon and say, “We’ve been there.” No one from any other country can To register, come to the say that. As a child, my father Alexandrian Public Library or visit our Bookmobile. thought going to the moon

(r) Alvin Felty and members of the Mount Vernon General Baptist Church enjoyed food, music and fellowship during the annual Ice Cream Social that was held at Brittlebank Park on Sunday evening. Photo by Michelle Gibson

Sermon of the Week: Happy 239th Birthday America!!! was science fiction, to me it was an event I saw happen, to my children it is history. Our victory in WWII and the Apollo missions do sum up what it is to be an American. We roll up our sleeves, face evil in the eye and do the right thing. Americans will sacrifice their blood on the battlefield to deliver freedom. Americans look to the heavens and dream. In other countries, people will wonder, “How am I going to survive today?” In America we think, “Today was good. How do I make tomorrow better?” Are, there things we’ve done as a nation our founding fathers would have said, “You really shouldn’t have done that.”? Yes, there are, but overall, I think the father of our country, George Washington would have been proud of our accomplishments. As a dad, my pride in my children is not wrapped up only in what they can accomplish in life. In fact, there is something that holds much more weight than what they do; it is their heart. In a general order George Washington gave to the troops May 2, 1778 he told them their higher duty was to be a Christian. “While we are zealously performing the duties of good citizens and soldiers, we certainly ought not to be inattentive to the higher duties of religion. To the distinguished character of Patriot, it should be our highest glory to add the more distinguished character of Christian.”

John Quincy Adams, our sixth President, said in a speech July 4, 1837, that American Independence and Christianity were “indissolubly linked.” The whole quote: “In the chain of human events, the birthday of the nation is indissolubly linked with the birthday of the Savior. The Declaration of Independence laid the cornerstone of human government upon the first precepts of Christianity.” James Madison, our fourth President believed individual salvation was more important than national accomplishments. He wrote to William Bradford on September 25, 1773, “A watchful eye must be kept on ourselves lest, while we are building ideal monuments of renown and bliss here, we neglect to have our names enrolled in the Annals of Heaven.” John Jay, the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court believed being a Christian was the most needed qualification to hold public office. In a letter dated October 12, 1816, to John Murray Jr., “Providence has given to our people the choice of their rulers, and it is the duty as well as the privilege and interest of our Christian nation, to select and prefer Christians for their rulers.” In a report from the Judiciary Committee to the 33rd Congress (1854) it is stated that Christian principles founded the country, and it was expected the nation to remain Christian through the

generations of time. Quoting the report: “Had the people, during the Revolution, had a suspicion of any attempt to war against Christianity, that Revolution would have been strangled in its cradle... In this age, there can be no substitute for Christianity... That was the religion of the founders of the republic and they expected it to remain the religion of their descendants.” Quotes such as these can fill volumes. Type, “Christian quotes founding fathers” into a search engine and be prepared to read all day. There are some out there that will try to convince you our founding fathers were deist instead of Christians, but the truth of the matter is the heart and soul of America are founded on the principles of Christianity. If our nation’s founding fathers could look at us now, I believe they would smile at our accomplishments as a nation. What would they think of our heart? Would they shed tears? “Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD; and the people whom he hath chosen for his own inheritance” Psalm 33:12. Preacher Johnson is Pastor of Countryside Baptist Church in Parke County Indiana. Email: preacherspoint@ gmail.com. Website: www. preacherjohnson.com. Ebook: http://www.amazon. com/dp/B00TUJTV2A. Pastor Johnson is available for revivals, prophecy conferences, and other speaking.


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Jeff Will brings talent, experience to O’Risky Excavating Will attended Indiana State University for two years where he majored in accounting and finished a degree at Ivy Tech. O’Risky said Will has a lot to offer a company such as his. “He understands both large and small projects,” O’Risky said. “He understands how to deal with people. His background in math helps him understand costs and understand the financial side of the business. He is able to deal with every aspect of the project, from the time contact is made with the client until the project is finished and even follow-up. Jeff will be good with all those things.” Will said his experience is in the area of working with the project, understanding the project and what the customer wants and then managing that project to completion is his area of greatest expertise. “For me, it seems like we have accidentally pursued each other for years,” Will said with a smile. O’Risky’s business requires that someone be versatile as it entails many aspects and various types of projects, including Commercial Excavating, Residential Excavating, as well as Commercial and Residential Development. O’Risky’s agriculture services include land clearing, ditch clearing and re-establishment, grass waterways, terracing, terrace maintenance, and tiling. Jeff Will is excited to join O’Risky Excavating as operaOn the demolition side, the company specializes in demolition tions manager. Seen here in front are his children, Clay of residential and commercial structures, removal of trees and and Hannah. In back are Jeff and his wife Amy. Photo stumps, and demolition and removal of concrete and asphalt area submitted such as parking lots, drive-ways and sidewalks. The company also handles septic systems, both commercial – O’Risky uses Western brick-faced forms that give the look of and residential. O’Risky is equipped to design, build, install, re- real brick retaining walls. Our crew has extensive experience in soil relocation and precision grading. pair and maintain septic systems. The company offers construction and maintenance of storm “We have the experience to design and install the most challenging and unique septic systems,” O’Risky explained. “With sewer, sanitary sewers, water lines, and site utilities as well as years of specialized experience and the right heavy equipment, On-Call and Contract snow removal services for parking lots and our team provides everything needed for safe and properly-in- subdivisions as well as residential and commercial properties. Both men are anxious to begin working together to see what stalled systems that meet environmental, state and local codes.” Another area of particular notoriety is poured wall construc- two Posey County men can accomplish together with the comtion. The company does Basement Construction, Thermomass pany’s other employees. Both men invite old and new friends to Insulation wall construction, and builds concrete retaining walls contact Will or the company at 812-985-5974.

By Dave Pearce Most businessmen will tell you they ‘like it when a plan comes together.’ Two Posey County men have decided to combine talents and efforts as Jeff Will has joined O’Risky Excavating Company, owned by Jeff and Linda O’Risky. “To have the opportunity to add a man of Jeff Will’s caliber to our company is something that doesn’t come along every day,” O’Risky said of his long-time friend Will. “He works great with people and is incredibly active in the community. He has a tremendous work ethic and the aptitude to oversee projects to their completion.” Will began his job as operations manager for O’Risky Excavating this week and is excited to be a part of a Posey County family-owned business. “The timing was right for both of us so it was somewhat of a mutual situation,” Will said of his new position. “We have known each other for a long time so I feel like it has been a lifelong interview process for both of us. I knew his company was well-known and respected for fantastic work and I knew he was someone I would like to work with. I look forward to helping Jeff take the company to another level.” “I will wear many hats for the company,” Will said excitedly looking toward the future. “I will estimate jobs, manage the projects, and meet with clients.” Will is a 1993 North Posey high School graduate and is married to another North Posey High School graduate Amy (Becker) Will. They have two children, Hannah and Clay, who are in the school system. But the new assignment did not come without preparation on the part of both men. “For the past 19 years, I was a Test and Balance Technician for Midwest Mechanical Services, Inc., managing very large commercial projects in pharmaceutical companies, hospitals and recently at the Ford Center downtown,” Will explained. Although O’Risky admits he has had his business eye on Will for some time, it wasn’t until recently that Will realized that it might be time for a change for something where he could use more of his skills doing something a little different.

Harmony Township

Three Past Indiana FFA State Officers from Posey County attended the Indiana FFA State Convention at Purdue University this week. Dave Reese, left, FFA Advisor and agriculture teacher at Mount Vernon and State Officer for 1972-73, Kayla Hoenert, Purdue student and State Officer for 2013-14, and Steve Herrmann, State Officer for 1979-80. All three were North Posey High School graduates from a group of 13 Past State Officers from Posey County, and graduates of Mount Vernon or North Posey high schools. Photo submitted

Harmony Township Farm Bureau met for a luncheon meeting at the Red Wagon Restaurant Tuesday, June 9. Rev. John Adams gave the blessing before the meal. President Charles Huck opened the business meeting with pledge to the flag with Madison Schenk as flag bearer. Carla Schenk, Posey County Women’s Leader reported Farm Bureau will serve Monday night’s meal at the 4-H Fair July 13. The county Farm Bureau will have a booth and give away a deep-freeze during the fair. The Farm Bureau Women’s group will have an activity in August or Septem-

by Donna Creek

ber and Schenk will contact members with details at a later date. Samuel Belt, who is a ‘People To People’ Ambassador, gave a brief itenerary of his 19 day stay in Italy, France and England. While there he will participate in a service project and stay with a host family. Next meeting is August 11 at 5:30 p.m. at Murphy Park Kurt Hoehn of Hoehn Farms seen harvesting 2015 for a picnic. Hamburgers and hot dogs will be supplied and wheat crop just North of Mount Vernon. Photo by Bill members will bring side dish- Wilson es. Before adjournment, Huck read several humorous readings to the delight of the members.

MV Edward Jones supports school supply campaign Residents and businesses may help by bringing in items to the Edward Jones branch office during regular business hours from July 6, 2015 to August 14, 2015. The items needed for the

school supply drive include: 24 pack crayons, glue, glue sticks, pencils, pencil top erasers, children's scissors, markers, backpacks, folders, pocket folders, three-ring binders, wide rule notebooks, wide

rule loose leaf paper colored pencils, art boxes, children's underwear, socks and sweatpants. The branch address is 431 East Fourth Street, Mount Vernon, Indiana.

Selecting A Mutual Fund - Bryan Ruder, Financial Advisor Knowing the Risks of Bonds Investors can never be completely certain as to where yields on bonds are headed. But it is important that investors understand the quality of the bond and the risks that may affect the return of a bond they are considering for investment. To evaluate the credit quality of a bond, investors can look to organizations that rate various corporate bonds, such as Moody’s Investors Service and Standard and Poor’s. The highest quality investment grade rating is AAA by Standard and Poor’s and Aaa by Moody’s. Those bonds rated Baa or above by Moody’s and BBB or above by Standard and Poor’s are considered investment-grade. Bonds rated below investment grade are considered more speculative and carry greater risk. Also, investors need to be aware of the different types of risks that may impact bond’s return. These risks include: Inflation risk – Due to the fact that most bond interest payments are fixed, their value can be depleted by inflation. Therefore, the longer the term of the bond, the greater the inflation risk. Interest rate risk – The prices of bonds move in the opposite direction of interest rates. When interest rates rise, prices of outstanding bonds fall. This is because newer bonds will be issued paying higher coupons, making the older, lower-yielding bonds less attractive. On the other hand, when interest rates fall, prices of

outstanding bonds will rise. Call risk – Many corporate and municipal bond issuers have the right to redeem or ‘call’ their bonds before they have matured. When the bond is redeemed, the issuer is required to pay the bondholder the partial value of the bond only, which means the bondholder may get less that the market price of the bond, but will also have to reinvest his or her funds at prevailing rates. Credit risk – Because a bond is a debt instrument, there is a risk that the bond issuer will be unable to make its payments on time, or at all. If a company enters bankruptcy, bondholders will receive any money due before stockholders receive their portion, However, depending on the situation, there are no guarantees the bondholder’s investment will be returned at all. Liquidity risk – Bonds, in general, do not offer the liquidity that stocks provide. When purchasing a bond, investors need to remember that they generally should be considered a longer-term investment. Market risk – Because the rate on most bonds is fixed, the market value of these investments will fluctuate over time, reflecting current changes in interest rates. Bonds follow the laws of supply and demand. The more popular or less plentiful a bond, the higher the price it can command in the market. Bonds are often deemed a ‘safe’ investment. Like all investments, bonds do carry some risk and those risks need to be considered carefully.

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Hazel Hutchinson served as the emcee for the annual Alexandrea Meeker took advantage of the cool weathWadesville School Reunion er Friday, June 26 to relax in front of the Alexandrian on Saturday evening at the Public Library. She is the daughter of Tina Childers of Wadesville VFW. Photo by Mount Vernon. Photo submitted Dave Pearce

Shelby Lang waits for her daddy (Tom Lang) to pick her up in the combine during wheat harvest. Photo submitted

USDA opens enrollment period U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that eligible producers may now formally enroll in the Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC) programs for 2014 and 2015. The enrollment period begins June 17, 2015, and will end Sept. 30, 2015. “The extensive outreach campaign conducted by USDA since the 2014 Farm Bill was enacted, along with extending deadlines, is central to achieving an expected high level of participation,” said Vilsack. “We worked with universities to simplify these complex programs by providing online tools so producers could explore how program election options would affect their operation in different market conditions; these tools were presented to almost 3,000 organizations across the country. The Farm Service Agency also sent more than five million educational notices to producers nationwide and participated in over 4,880 educational events with more than 447,000 attendees. I am proud of the many committed USDA employees who worked hard

over the last several months to provide producers support to help them make these important decisions.” The new programs, established by the 2014 Farm Bill, trigger financial protections for agricultural producers when market forces cause substantial drops in crop prices or revenues. More than 1.76 million farmers have elected ARC or PLC. Previously, 1.7 million producers had enrolled to receive direct payments (the program replaced with ARC and PLC by the 2014 Farm Bill). This means more farms have elected ARC or PLC than previously enrolled under previously administered programs. Nationwide, 96 percent of soybean farms, 91 percent of corn farms, and 66 percent of wheat farms elected ARC. 99 percent of long grain rice farms, 99 percent of peanut farms, and 94 percent of medium grain rice farms elected PLC. For data about other crops and state-by-state program election results go to www.fsa.usda.gov/arc-plc. Covered commodities under ARC and PLC include barley, canola, large and small

chickpeas, corn, crambe, flaxseed, grain sorghum, lentils, mustard seed, oats, peanuts, dry peas, rapeseed, long grain rice, medium grain rice (which includes short grain and sweet rice), safflower seed, sesame, soybeans, sunflower seed and wheat. Upland cotton is no longer a covered commodity. The 2014 Farm Bill builds on historic economic gains in rural America over the past six years, while achieving meaningful reform and billions of dollars in savings for the taxpayer. Since enactment, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has made significant progress to implement each provision of this critical legislation, including providing disaster relief to farmers and ranchers; strengthening risk management tools; expanding access to rural credit; funding critical research; establishing innovative public-private conservation partnerships; developing new markets for ruralmade products; and investing in infrastructure, housing and community facilities to help improve quality of life in rural America. For more information, visit www.usda.gov/ farmbill.


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MV Senior High School

MV Junior High School

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DISTINGUISHED Allyn, Amber - Angel, Xavier - Bailey, Halle Batteiger, Catherine - Boze, Maggie - Carr, Lauren Clark, Emma - Deno, Sydney - Hogan, Emilee Hueftle, Emily - Jackson, Brooke - Jeffries, Virginia Mansfield, Kaitlyn - Mcdaniel, Kaitlyn - Rhodes, Jade Robinson, Paige - Schmidt, Emma - Simpson, Megan Singer, Mallory - Smith, Laney - Steinhart, Elizabeth Trent, Emma - Veatch, Brock - Veatch, Jenna Weatherford, Savannah - White, Damon - White, Grace Woods, Morgan MAROON Alldredge, Bryce - Bowen, Kaleb - Branson, Landone Campbell, Paul - Collier, Amber - Collier, Autumn Curtis, Haley - Davis, Haley - Denning, Henry - Dike, Braden Gilligan, Aiden - Griffin, Sara - Hamilton, Kayden Hargrove, Aisha - Hartman, Blaise - Heckman, Samuel Hile, Dylan - Howard, Joshua - Keller, Kennah Lang, Kelsey - Mayes, Logan - Merideth, Madisyn Morris, Blake - Owens, Gabriel - Plouchard, Gracee Ricketts, Kelcey - Ries, Elizabeth - Robison, Josh Santoro, Maria - Shell, Brooklyn - Simpson, Kyle Stevens, Ross - Thompson, Emma - Wells, Addison Williams, Emily - Woods, Brianna WHITE Alldredge, Alexis - Boerner, Baylee - Bredenkamp, Jonah Curl, Colton - Doty, Caleb - Duffey, Nathan Elmendorf, Kenneth - Fleming, Tristen - Fox, Grant Frisby, Trevor - Glover, Jamie - Keitel, Abbey - Keitel, Alex Kelley, Isabella - Krouse, Haley - Kueber, Hayley Logan, Brian - Lunceford, Jessica - Paul, Christina Philipps, Hunter - Schaffer, Autumn - Thomas, Jackson Thompson, Grace - Underwood, Tyler - Varner, Gavin Veorster, Kyndsey - Yates, Payton

Katherine Adams - Grace Biggerstaff - Madison BulkleyNathan Burke - Samuel Campbell - Cydney Cole Matthew Crafton - Hannah Denning - Emily Duckworth Lauren Earhart - Katie Johnson - Joseph Julian Sarah Kelley - Kelsey Moffett - Pearl Muensterman Jacob Parmenter - Noah Rapp - Sarah Rutledge Ashley Underwood - Landon Upshaw - Jack Valier Andrew Weis - Johnathan West - Jordan Williams MAROON

Jackson Baldwin - Lillie Blankenship - Skylar E. Coburn Caroline Cox - Audrey Dausman - Dante Dowden Dylan Dutkiewicz - Jackson Elaman - Madison Fields Hallie Fisher - Elizabeth Foster - Jacqueline Godinez Kyleigh Head - Riley Hollinger - Jacob Howard Kirston Jewell - Lyndsay Keitel - Jenna Kingery John Mackey - Nicole Reese - Nathan Reeves Alison Simpson - Devin Singer - Macy Snodgrass Hali Thompson - Olivia Trent - Paige Weintraut Taylor Wilson GRAY

Mia Baker - Nathaniel Bilby - Ellen Bredenkamp Jalayna Chaffin - Angelica Cole - Brady Crossen Carley Curtis - Anna Davidson - Destiny Folz Laurin Green - Alexa Hale - Sadie Hobbs - Jalen Josey Kailyn Long - Jaren Maxfield - Luke Mercer Danielle Minton - Bryan Parkinson - Rosetta Petty Ethan Raibley - Kaelen Rice - Haley Ritzert Jake Robinson - Clay Sailer - Hope Sinnett Cody Slaton - Conner Sledd - Seth Stolz - Kyle Topper Jorden Wacker - Harrison Wells - Kambron Wilson GRADE 10 HIGH HONORS

Caitlin Austin - Tyler Davis - Adam Duckworth Jody Fisher - Natalie Gerard - Tatiana Gilpin Haley Goad - Forrest Gottman - Jillian Koch Rachel Krieger - Corinna Lambright - Taylor Mattingly Drew McNamara - Emily Miller - Teena Walker Caleb Woods MAROON

Mercedes Angel - Sydney Arendt - Austin Bethel Taylor Brooks - Zoey Carr - Christiana Carron Mason Clark - Zachary Collins-Little - Tanner Curtis Elizabeth Dunlap - Rachel Evans - Samantha Forsee Brittney Grabert - Brooke Green - Blake Jackson Kiara Jesch - Alyssa Juncker - Paul Konrath Cameron Maier - Chance McClarney Macey Montgomery - Celeste Nobles - Cole Osborne Ashlee Ricketts - Whitney Schaefer - Scott Schroeder Moriah Seifert - Bailey Sucharitakul - Shane Vantlin GRAY

Evan Bremer - Madison Cox - Joseph Dick Taylor Digman - Dalton Goff - Montana Greenwell Dalton Gross - Morgan Henning - Daylinn Hunt Collin Jackson - Micah Keller - Marissa Kiessling Cade Latshaw - Trevor Lochmueller - James Marshall III Kaleb McCaffry - Nathan Nolan - Walker Paris Darin Petrig - Kort Potter - Madison Powell Savannah Quinzer - Madison Ries - Wade Ripple Claire Schneider - Martin Seifert - Makala Selke Bailey Shumate - Katelyn Sizemore - Gordon Sturgeon Trey Tanner - Elaine Thomas - Kalab Thompson Luke Thompson - Robert Thompson - Hunter Van Zant Alex Wilkerson - Matthew Zoch GRADE 11 HIGH HONORS

Alex Axton - Jordan Crabtree - Katelyn Culley Taylor Culley - Ellen Denning - Kameron Denning Alexandra Goebel - Sydney Irick - Denise King Kelley McCloud - Naomi Seifert MAROON

Skye Anderson - Marci Bilskie - Savannah Bush Mara Canada - Christian Carner - James Collins Jake Duckworth - Lauren Evans - Anita Fischbach Adam Grabert - Kaleb Grabert - Jonathan Hamilton Ethan Harms - Emily Keitel - Bryce Krizan - Kyle Lang Katlyn Marshall - Joselyn Mercer - Alexis Nall Yuliana Neri-Gomez - Gabrielle Pyle - Kristina Reynolds Rachel Rohlman - Madison Simpson - Riley Snodgrass Luke Steinhart - Lauren Wagner - Truston Waller Anna Zenker GRAY

Lane Blankenship - Kole Bonham - Jared Cannato Damon Collins - Hansen Cox - Hannah Cross Madison Cross - Wyatt Duckworth - Hannah Erwin Daniele Faver - Miranda Fisher - Zachary French Michael Girten - Alex Godinez - Dalton Hamilton Alyssa Hamlin - Coleman Hill - Katelyn Keitel Madison Kitchens - Alicia Lara - Emma Lockhart Jarod Mader - Morgan Mansfield - Olivia Martin Jalen Maxfield - Ellen May - Megan McCarty Destiney McDowell - Tess Norris - Rebecca Oakman Abree L. Oden - James Peck - Bailey Redman Kol Reinitz - Austin Sailer - Noah Salaman Jillian Schirtzinger - Bryce Steward - Hayley Turner Alexander Vantlin - Ashley Walls - Hadlee Whoberry Mickaela Williamson - Blake Wilson - Shyann Zwiefka GRADE 12 HIGH HONORS

Grace Baldwin - Hunter Brooks - Katelyn Brown Rachel Burke - Kaysie Collins - Austin Colson Raquel Denning - Riley Goad - Jared Henning Miranda Holbrook - Alyssa Marlowe - Abigail Randall Isaac Redman - Colten Reynolds - Caleb Rice Jessica Robinson - Glynnes Stewart - Morgan Swain Ellie Weilbrenner - Erin Wolf MAROON

Andrew Adams - Wesley Alldredge - Zoee Brown Kelsey Bruno - Stefanie Bulla - December Davis Natasha Davis - Andrea Dick - Ryan Doy - Lucas Goings Samantha Gowdy - Anna Griffin - Caitlin Gross Brittany Harpool - Kalin Hastings - Elbert Henderson Andrew Johnson - Kurt Kissinger - Austin Krizan Zachary Laubner - Brandon Mann - Devin McCune Brandon Merrick - Antonia Metcalf - Donald Miller II Briar Murphy - Hannah Padgett - Cody Pate Melissa Pfeiffer - Gwenyth Raibley - Kellen Ray Logan Reeves - Brianna Ritzert - Hollie Robinson Dalton Schaefer - Cheyenne Schmuck Thomas Schneider - Kaylee Scott - Madison Seib Tyler Sellers - Brock Sigler - Katie Tucker - Keith Turner Toni Waddell - Jacey West - Payton Whoberry Hunter Wilson GRAY

Brandon Akin - Zackary Allyn - Eric Attebery Kyle Baker - Logan Brown - Tarah Brown Kaleb Burnett - Jon Cox - Aaron Dickhaut Levi Duckworth - Sidney Falb - Erin Garman Frederick Harris - Kaitlyn Huff - Mitchell Jackson Ja’leigh Jarvis - Cassandra Jones - Garrett Kitterman Madison Krie - Daniel Long - Riley Marshall Joshua Martin - Kaitlyn McPherson - Cody Mobley Tyler Moll - Austin Montgomery - Breanna Morris Hunter Reese - David Rheinhardt - Luke Ripple Noah Roberts - Clay Siesky - Ryker Slocum Abbigail Stotlar - Justin Trevino - Jacob Waters Kaitlin Whaley - Cory Word - Morgan Zoch

GRADE 7 DISTINGUISHED Allyn, Grant - Anderson, Alena - Barnes, Jayelle - Bush, Ellen Clark, Dylan - Cole, Nathaniel - Collins, Demi - Davis, Pake Dutkiewicz, Ian - Earhart, Kristen - Franklin, Shayna Hahn, Kaylee - Jones, Margaret - Jones, Zachary May, Jackson - Nurrenbern, Hannah - O’Daniel, Madison Parmenter, Ethan - Paul, Kenzie - Phelps, Skylar Rapp, Jackson - Rodgers, Madison - Tanner, Katherine Valier, Lauren - Yarber, Emma MAROON Allen, Macy - Alumbaugh, Katana - Barker, Faith - Bradley, Tiffany Courey, Alayna - Doy, Kaylee - Dye, Jaxon - Emerson, Jasmyne French, Kayanna - Garrison, Magenta - Green, Elizabeth Groves, Parker - Henderson, Delayne - Henderson, Joni Johnson, Jacob - Krieger, Kaaleigh - Loehr, Savannah Love, Caleigh - Marvel, Luke - Murray, Dylan - Rye, Lindsey Schaefer, Nicholas - Schutz, Myra - Snodgrass, Rhett Tanner, Nathan - Weis, Anna WHITE Austin, Breckan - Bass, Shawn - Batteiger, Aaron Bourne, Ashlyn - Bourne, Cole - Boyd, Halyn Chaffin, Johnathon - Collins, Taylor - Defur, Jacob Guthrie, Landon - Hamilton, Collin - Hanmore, Brooklynn Hollinger, Hagan - Kelley, Tommy - Krie, Alivia Lara, Hannah - Marshall, Johnathon - Miller, Bailey Morton, Isaac - Parrish, Biance - Pate, Brooke Rathgeber, Zachary - Rickert, Sophia - Ricketts, Brent Ricketts, Brock - Rutledge, Zachary - Sanders, Christian Schaefer, Brandon - Slygh, Eric - Stolz, Caleb Thomas, Chase - Tomes, Coltyn - Vaughn, Sabrina

GRADE 8 DISTINGUISHED Adams, Abram - Bippus, Nina - Boerner, Tristan Carlisle, Adam - Crawford, Meredith - Culley, Logan Curl, James, Jr. - Fischbach, Bonnie - Franks, Ashley Gansman, Alexis - Garman, Mark - Hamilton, Jason Harper, Jonathan - Hueftle, Jonathan - Jones, Daniel Lang, Hannah - Ludlow, Kassandra - Robb, Zachary Selke, Maci - Shell, Kaytlyn - Tucker, Nicole - Turner, Maria Weilbrenner, Emma - Wilson, Mitchell MAROON Bannister, Morgan - Benthall, Olivia - Bilskie, Leah Bourne, Courtney - Brock, Alliyah - Clark, Tobi - Collins, Margaret Epley, Cora - Gerard, Erica - Ghrist, Megan - Gibbs, Brooklyn Harris, Luke - Hawley, Clara - Henderson, Teddy - Kimmel, Bailie Mitchell, Jake - Nobles, Cailee - Ohning, Everett - Pate, William Price, Rachel - Reising, Jacob - Ricketts, Camron - Robison, Ariel Santoro, Timothy - Scates, Zoey - Schirtzinger, Janell Sims, Ty - Spickler, Clara - Thompson, Tory - Tucker, Jaycie Walker, Amber WHITE Batteiger, Zachary - Beeson, Tyler - Blunt, Adam Bredenkamp, Kyle - Carner, Kaitlyn - Carr, Jordan Claxton, Jake - Combs, Nikita - Cox, Elizabeth - Cox, Valerie Denning, Nicole - Dickhaut, Mackenzie - Emerson, Blake Ericksen, Joseph - Farley, Chloe - Gerton, William Gilpin, Gabrielle - Harmes, Alexis - Harms, Bryley Henning, Braden - Irick, Quincy - Kempf, Joshua Kershaw, Elisabeth - Kitterman, Grady - Krieger, Kaaleb Krieger, Kyle - Marshall, Lauren - McCarty, Emily Mcgennis, Luke - Meeker, Christian - Nolan, Kailyn Osborne, Caleb - Pate, Curtis - Plouchard, Zakari Rietman, Justin - Robinson, Addie - Russell, Haley Salaman, Wyatt - Saltzman, Elizabeth - Shripka, Bralyn Sitzman, Logan - Spindler, Asa - Stewart, Korbin Thomas, Samuel - Varner, Benjamin - Veatch, Reid Walls, Tyler - Wolfe, Tyler - Womack, Grace

Saint Phillips GRADE 5

HIGH HONORS Cole Norman HONORS Jessie Bacon - Kelly Blair - Andrew Gratz - Victoria Guzman Abigail Kellams - Lauren Masterson - Madelyn Merkley Nettie Nottingham - Noah Phillips - Calvin Stratman Garrett Walker - Audrey Weiss - Cole Wilson

GRADE 6 HIGH HONORS Julia Dassel - Esther Wannemuehler - Mallory Weber Sam Weinzapfel HONORS Madison Boehman - Brennan Epley - Dale Hile Ethan Mulherin - Clay Norman - Joshua Perkins - Nolan Schapker Cooper Thompson - Jackson Wannemuehler

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Dean’s Lists

Hanover The following students were among the nearly 350 students who earned Dean’s List honors for the winterspring 2015 semester. To qualify for the Dean’s List, students must attend full time and have a GPA of 3.5 or better. • Cara Hoskins, a firstyear undeclared major, is the daughter of Craig and Rhonda Hoskins. She is a graduate of Mount Vernon Senior High School. • Jace Gentil, a sophomore communication major, is the son of Geoffrey and Kristina Gentil, and Laura Ticheno. He is a graduate of North Posey High School.

IU Drake Davenport earned an appointment to the Spring 2015 semester Dean’s List for the School of Informatics and Computing.

Creighton Eric Stemple of Mount Vernon, Ind., graduated from the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions with a Doctor of Pharmacy during Creighton University’s Commencement ceremonies on May 16, 2015 at CenturyLink Omaha. More than 1,700 degrees were conferred during the morning and afternoon ceremonies.

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University of Evansville The following local students earned a position on the University of Evansville Dean’s List for academic achievements during the Spring Semester 2015: Daniel Banks of Mt. Vernon with Organizational Leadership major. Jonathan Boettcher of Mount Vernon with Communication major. Jacob Brenton of Wadesville with Undeclared major. Margaret Camp of Wadesville with Civil Engineering major. Bo Harris of Mount Vernon with Finance major. Carynn Koch of Mount Vernon with Special NonDegree major. Jennifer Koch of Mount Vernon with Special NonDegree major. Torsten Maier of Mount Vernon with Mechanical Engineering major. Mackenzie McClarney of Mount Vernon with Special Education major. Jared Melliff of Wadesville with Mathematics major. Kelsey Owen of New Harmony with Exercise Science major. Jean Reising of Mount Vernon) with Organizational Leadership major. Katie Schmidt of Mount Vernon with Nursing major. Mallory Schmitt of Wadesville with Accounting major. Bailey Schnur of Mount Vernon with Secondary Educ major. To make the Dean’s List, a student at UE must earn at least a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

Franklin College held its annual spring honors convocation on April 28. Academic departments recognized students with merit awards and scholarships based on their exemplary work during the 2014-2015 academic year. The following students from Southern Indiana were honored: Austin Carlton, son of Ms. Billie Carlton of Mount Vernon, received the Professor Charles A. Deppe Benjamin Parker of New Endowed Scholarship as Harmony has graduated well as earning a spot on the from Boston College with dean’s list. a Bachelor of Science degree from the University’s Wallace E. Carroll School CU graduated 143 mas- of Management (major(s): ter’s students Friday, May Operations Management, 8 in Ransdell Chapel, with Economics). 274 graduates May 9, for Commencement was a total of 417 students re- held on May 18 in Alumni ceiving their diplomas upon Stadium on the Boston completion of all academic College campus in Chestrequirements. In CU’s De- nut Hill, Mass. There were cember commencement, 212 more than 4,000 underreceived their diplomas for a graduate and graduate detotal of 629 students in this gree recipients in the Bosyear’s graduating class of ton College Class of 2015. 2014-2015. The following student was honored: Kendyl Marie Ahrens of Poseyville, Ind., received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. The University of Kentucky has released its News Dean’s List for the Spring news1@ 2015 semester. A total of poseycountynews.com 6,001 students were recognized for their outstanding Legals academic performance. To make a Dean’s List office@ in one of the UK collegposeycountynews.com es, a student must earn a grade point average of 3.6 Advertising or higher and must have ads@ earned 12 credits or more poseycountynews.com in that semester, excluding credits earned in pass-fail classes. Some UK colleges Sports require a 3.5 GPA to make sports@ the Dean’s List. poseycountynews.com The following students from Southern Indiana were honored: Kasey J. Logan; Ryan Scott Pharr; and Kassidy Layne Wolfe, all from Mount Vernon.

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HIGH HONORS Max Alldredge - Arlissa Sharber - Beau Baldwin Jackson Clowers - Alexander Brault HONORS Skylar Adler - Mark Beste - Braden Bincsik - Isaac Burnett Victoria Cox - Nolan Deno - Kirsten Dickens - Kendra Hess Austin Powell - Zarek Seidensticker - Rebekah Anderson Matthew Bell - Clarissa Brandenstein - Grant Doherty Donovan Garrison - Jadeyn Johnson - Emily McCarty Emma-Sue McDurmon - Shyra Ricketts - Abigail Shepherd Eli Simmons - Ambriel Smith - Hannah West Kareem Davidovic (Reemo) - Mark Gray - Ahdom Hillyard Kyle Holder - Alex Martinez - Taylor Mason - Abigayle Miller Isabel Robb - Andrew Santoro - Hayden Vanderveer Hannah Yeida

GRADE 4 HIGH HONORS Benjamin Glueckert - Sadie Redman HONORS Payton Brock - Bailey Cox - Jacob Cullman - Danica Dunlap Jaden Robb - Daycia Rowland - Jaymes Storozuk Cherish Anderson - Mathania Burnett - Emma Davis Ryan Ewalt - Shaun Franklin - Natalie King - Mallory Mason Blaine Reed - Haley Rutledge - Destinee Spinks Levi Thompson - Alicia Boarman - Giovanni Carlino Keirra Deig - Serenity Gates - Aiden Green - Jacob Loughary Scott Russell

GRADE 5 HIGH HONORS Triston Clowers - Zach Culley - Nolan Fischer Tyler Rodgers - Alessandro Bommarito HONORS

Genna Biggerstaff - Adrian Harper - Brady Hook Lilianna Melendez-Allred - Karagen Sitzman Zachariah Brock - Matthias Gates - Ayden Parrish Abel Spindler - Clay Weilbrenner - Katharine Flener Luke Holder - Hope White

St. Matthew GRADE 1 BLUE AND WHITE Ellie Blackburn - Derek Lindenschmidt - Maddy McCarty Izzy Mohr - Megan Osborne - Sam Piechocki Micah Rodriguez - Joey Siddo - Hunter Temme Hunter Watzlavik - Mac Yeida

GRADE 2 BLUE AND WHITE Blake Banks - Catie Bell - Colton Green - Charlie Hargrove Tyler Jolley - Kyle Lindenschmidt - Landon Mccarty Hank Partridge - Kyra Rainey - Maddox Suits

Caleb Watzlavik GRADE 3 BLUE AND WHITE Riley Burdge - Hannah Carr - Madi Mohr - Emily Osborne Christian Piechocki - Mason Suits

GRADE 4 BLUE AND WHITE Lily Denning - Katherine Girten - Jaycee Jarvis Sophie Kloppenburg - Chris Lowery - Ben Powell David Powell - Ethan Yarber HIGH HONORS Sophie Kloppenburg HONORS Lily Denning - Jaycee Jarvis - Chris Lowery - Ethan Yarber B.U.G Lily Denning - David Powell

GRADE 5 BLUE AND WHITE Will Collins - Emily Gagnon HONORS Emily Gagnon - Olivia Gerton - Aiden Jolley B.U.G Will Collins - Emily Gagnon - Olivia Gerton

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HIGH HONORS Anderson, Dusten - Burke, Adam - Cobb, Jackson Feagley, Meredith - Kelley, Ryan - Kudiyirikkal Anil, Aparna Morefield, Sawyer - Schmuck, Rylee - Weis, Aaron HONORS Adler, Morgan - Baehl, Dominick - Bulkley, Zackary Crawford, Camaro - Ethridge, Dillan - Franks, Brooke Gibbs, Bella - Goebel, Nathaniel - Grantham, Makayla Hartman, Maysa - Holton, Caleb - Huss, Madolyn Johnson, Allyson - Marlowe, Ella - Martin, Grayce McCord, Derek - McCune, Ella - McDowell, Adam - Raab, Caleb Redman, Olivia - Rhea, Hannah - Romero, Lena - Schu, Brandi Seifert, Hannah - Sizemore, Lily - Snodgrass, Merritt Stallings, Raycee - Stokes, Emily - Wassmer, Kendall Watson, Morgan - Watters, Ava - Yates, Paris

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HONORS Marissa Abell - Cade Brandenstein - Shaina Farrar - Kyle Fifer Simon Folz - Tristen Gammon - Zoe Heinlin - Erin Hoehn Laela Jackson - Lauren Johnson - Bethany Jones Danica Kendall - Lauren Kihn - Mary Lamprecht Alivia Maier - Kyle Mayes - Emma Moore - Mason O’Brien Luke Scheller - Molly Seibert - Reece Terhune Allison Werkmeister - Anna Werner - Kylie Will

GRADE 5 HONORS Caleb Armstrong - Meredith Atkins - Katelyn Bare Ethan Brown - Avery Elpers - Landon Epley - Lyndsey Gentil Riley Hart - Kylan Hatfield - Suzanne Johnson Tristain Joseph - Bryer LaMar - Addyson Lingafelter RuthAnn Meyer - Samuel Myers - Rachel Newman Julianne Pardon - Megan Payne - Alexa Simmons Alexa Wagner - Braden Willis - Mary Woolston

GRADE 6 HONORS Samuel Belt - Jaxson Bender - Victoria Crawford Jevin Downen - Makenna Elpers - Draike Farrar Haylee Gengelbach - Grace Glaser - Kennedy Hallam Ian Heinlin - Tristin Keepes - Kimberly Korff Hayleigh Latham - Marcus Orpurt - Garrett Parker Braden Schipp - Zachariah Seibert - Jaydyn Wehmer Jaxon Wiggins - Caitlin Williams - Cody Wright

North Posey High School GRADE 9 A HONORS Annajo Goetz - Ashley Hartig - Rachel Jones Lindsey Koester - Danielle Perry HIGH HONORS Zackery Baehl - David Bender - Hannah Beshears Kayla Brown - Hailee Campbell - Jackson Conrad Jada Cullum - Justin Cummings - Mayli Englert Bayleigh Fore - Jacob French - Destiny Gish - Jordan Goedde Michael Johnson - Kennady Livers - Carter Martin Ashlyn McWilliams - Claire Muensterman - Stephanie Patton Austin Pearison - Austin Reynolds - Christine Scheller Brian Suttles - Logan Ungetheim - Taylor Vaughan Westin Voegel - Laura Whitler - Hannah Will HONORS Mackenzie Atkins - Braden Brown - Shaylei Burns Annemarie Cardin - Arionna Collins - Caitlyn Creek Megan Cross - Cassie Folz - Sylvester Folz Brandon Hamman - Corey Heath - Jack Heldt William Hemmer - Levi Hopper - Hailey Johnson Jesse Kissel - Isaiah Lehman - Evelyn Mauer - Dei Mitchell Kaylee Mofield - Thomas Rapp - Drake Rogers - Hannah Roth Holley Schmitt - Austin Spears - Alex Stewart - Asia Thomas Hannah Vowels - Kamryn Wahl - Olivia Wilson - Auston Wirtz

GRADE 10 A HONORS Abigail Abernathy - Kaitlyn Blankenberger Ally Brandenstein - Kamryn Brandenstein - Andrew Cook Kayla Garrett - Skylynn Hartig - Veronica Inkenbrandt Devin Kiesel - Amanda Marshall - Johnna Mitchell Ethan Morlock - Samuel Morrow - Dalton Rankin Ethan Rose - Kendra Schorr - Anna Stock HIGH HONORS Felisha Bailey - Taylor Baize - Tristan Bolte - April Brand Hannah Braun - Lucas Broughton - Skylar Bryant Ryne Bunting - Emma Carner - Ryan Daugherty Emily Elbrink - Alexandra Fifer - Ryan Garcia Zachary Goebel - Rachael Goedde - Lucas Gries - Jade Hill Courtney Kissel - Isaac Mayer - Jordyn Miller - Hannah Ogg Noah Scheller - Mia Schmitt - Riley Smith - Lydia Spann Wyatt Tepool - Mason Wassmer - Sarah Watzlavik Michaela Weiss - Joshua Wiggins - Emma Wildeman Alexis Will - Steven Woolems HONORS Stephen Barnett - Andrea Becker - Robert Clifford Cidney Colbert - Layne Coleman - Michael Deshields Alan Donovan - James Fife - Hannah Fifer-Gish - Nolan Gibbs Hailey Goebel - Noah Gries - Jade Hatcher - Haley Holman Brooke Jenkins - Kimberley Kissel - Evan Krohn Payton Latham - Mallory Lowe - Carson Martin - Ryan Martin Tess Massey - Alesha Ramsey - Ashley Rexing - Levi Ricketts Kristin Schorr - Shelby Scott - Courtney Silver Christa Stallings - Jonathon Turner - Hannah Voegel Tabitha Wildman - Emily Willis - Baylee Willman Arial Wilson - Kelsie Wright

GRADE 11 A HONORS Jarrod Koester - Madeline Pfister HIGH HONORS Cheyenne Angermeier - Hannah Bailey - Rhiannon Bailey Luke Brown - Sara Daugherty - Blake Gamblin - Allison Graff Celeste Hill - Mary Jasso - Sarah May - Jacob McLain Derek Motz - Cale O’Risky - Quentin Petrig - Haley Rutledge Jennifer Scheller - Hannah Straw - Lydia Vaupel Abigail Voegel - Conner Voegel - Trentyn Weber Jordan Wells - Jonathan Wilderman - Serena Wilderman Erin Will HONORS Morgan Alvey - Ross Bender - Jacie Bullington - Kalina Carl Dakohta Clark - Zachary Davis - Nicole Depriest Kali Duncan - Sara Elbel - Olivea Glaser - Austin Graves Brooklynn Hamman - Kendra Harris - Rebecca Hunter Caleb Hyman - Miranda Johnson - Paige Johnson Travis Koester - Austin Lane - Mark Morris - Anthony Moye Mariah Myers - Shelbi Newcomer - Grant Scheller Alexandra Schroeder - Matthew Seib - Joanmarie Spillane Rachel Stephens - Maxwell Wright - Gabrielle Ramsey

GRADE 12 A HONORS Brooke Bender - Samantha Crofts - Hailee Elderkin Madison Feldhake - Julia Kavanaugh - Madison Koester Bryce Martin - Kaitlyn Newman - Alexis Preske Elizabeth Schapker - Benjamin Simpson - Jessica Wilkins Kendall Wilson HIGH HONORS Ethan Buchanan - Abigail Compton Vincent Crispino-Spillane - Aubrey Cummings Mikayla Deshields - Aaron Droste - Allyssa Elpers Madison Elpers - Taylor Franklin - Lauren Gibbs Jascie Gish - Loreli Golden - Kari Hoenert - Lance Inkenbrandt Savannah King - Rebecca Korff - Vanessa Krohn Hunter Lehman - Derek Lindauer - James Marshall Gabriel Mayer - Alex McAlister - Sara Neuffer Breanna Owens - Quinten Phillips - Austin Ramsey Makayla Saalweachter - Katelin Schroeder - Parker Sturgell Nicole Thorbecke - Holt Will - Tyler Wright - Brianna Wrobel Shelby Yarbor HONORS Jonathon Alcantara - Terri Alexander - Shawn Burks Madison Butler - Bo Cox - Hope Craft - Andrew Cumbee Casey Davis - Jessica Deckard-Mills - Trenton Englert Sydney Feldhake - Jessica Gries - Kiley Hopf - Dillon Howell Shelby Riordan - Patrick Rowe - Collin Russell Rachel Ungetheim - Zachary Wargel - Josie Woolems

HIGH HONORS Emily Abernathy - Camden Bender - Jordyn Beshears Megan Brenton - Emma Cook - Emma Goebel - Emily Green Cole Koester - Macee Long - Drew Lutz - Sophia Martin Mallory Motz - Isaac Pearison - Anne Stegall Rylee Thompson - Nathan Willman - Haley Wilson HONORS Cierstin Bostian - Destiny Brandenstein - Laura Cumbee Faith Droege - Zachary Eagan - Sean Egli - Haylee Exline Elizabeth Fifer - Emily Fortune - Brooklen Gries Preston Lockwood - Zachary Lowe - Magdalen Newcomb Samantha Payne - Kyle Perry - Sean Pieszchalski Madasyn Rohrscheib - Gabriel Sailer - Isaac Scheller Tanner Tichenor - Hunter Wassmer - Jacob Carl Wiley HONORABLE MENTION Ivy Brandenstein - Hannah Brendel - Jennifer Brown Paige Carlson - Tessa Chanley - Carynne Crowe Bonnie Dreshfield - Lonnie Eagleson - Wade Fickas Caleb Grider - Madelynn Hartig - Hunter Harvey Logan Hoehn - Scott Lance - Samantha Lane Tristan Martin - Josilin Merideth - Lillian Montgomery Helen Newton - Alizea Norrington - Peyton O’Brien Matthew Pieszchalski - Shaylin Reidford - Nathan Ricketts Alexis Schlimmer - Blake Schmitt - Cole Simpson Isabella Sims - Briana Stevens - Kyle Stewart Hunter Straw - Cameron Tepool - Haley Terhune Nickolas Wiley - Logan Woods - Jonathon Woolston

Lazlo Ziegler GRADE 8 HIGH HONORS Logan Bryant - Keeli Farrar - Marissa McKinney - Elise O’Risky HONORS Nolan Alvey - Luke Braddam - Annelise Brown - Elijah Burden Camron Cotton - Addison Elpers - Korynn Englert Jasmine French - Audrey Gallagher - Shane Harris Eric Herrmann - Robert Herrmann - Ellison Hill Veronica Howard - Rachel Jennings - Michael Kavanaugh Bryce Kiesel - Lauren Koester - Jacob Lingafelter Mariah McKinney - Haley Messic - Richard Meyer Hailie Montgomery - Cooper Motz - Jarrell Motz Jacob Newman - Samantha Ours - Kali Raymond Allison Roy - Alexandra Stump - Caleb Wassmer Johnathon Webber - Nathaniel Wescott - Melissa Wilson Hailey Woods - Kaitlin Wright HONORABLE MENTION Hunter Alkire - Morgan Baize - Nolan Blackwell Haley Brandenberger - Kenzie Brandenstein - Evan Bromm Madison Cates - Dalton Cox - Lea Grattenthaler Kaybren Grubb - Julian Herke - Adam Herrmann Kameron Kendall - Mary Koch - Matthew Lane Samantha Little - Zachary Lockhart - Emily Means Christian Mills - Seth Morrow - Alexander Palmer Kyla Rutledge - Andrew Shell - Meredith Stephens Reanna Summers - Caleb Vaughan - Ty Wright

South Terrace GRADE 4 HONORS Evan Ashburn - Mason Ashby - William Bergwitz Ronald Brown - Austin Bruce - Reese Butler - Faith Curry Shane Embry - Levi Freeman - Dharma Fribley Logan Gallagher - Jayden Miles - Madison Olander Josie Payne - Avery Renshaw - Maxwell Renshaw Abigail Rittichier - Luke Sailer - Xander Stone

GRADE 5 HONORS Riley Basham - Kaylee Bender - Karly Damm Clayton Douglas - Sydni Flowers - Claire Koester Haley Lowe - Scout Norrington - Dalton Reidford

GRADE 6 HONORS Abigail Brown - Casey Cotton - Jenna Heath - Dalton T Hill Jackson Perigo - Isaac Rose - Angelica Sauer Cierra Stearns - Braedon Stogner - Nicholas Stump Tyler Thompson - Clay Will

Farmersville GRADE 1 HIGH HONORS Maggie Aldrich - Noah Barritt - Bryce Bourne Wesley Campbell - Taylor Ellison - Izaiah Gonzales Wesley Hoehn - Emily Jones - Liam Medley Madisyn Moles - Keaton Neth - Leah York HONORS Louis Allyn - Zac Crossen - Landen Deckard - Collin Fischer Brody Green - Shane Krieger - Natalie Kuhn - Julie Long Jaden Railey - Sophia Reese - Hannah Reynolds - Kaden Turner

GRADE 2 HIGH HONORS Colby Angel - John Campbell - Jaley Hamilton Ethan Mansfield HONORS Lyla Chandley - Christian Cortelloni - Hayden Deckard Bryce Dyehouse - Arianna Forsee - Maxwell Hamrick Madalyn Harralson - Ben Hatch - Ethan Hoard Nathan Howard - Juliana Jernigan - Shelby Lang Chance Lueder - Dylan McCarty - Madalyn Moore Blaine Morgan - Cade Pierce - Maddox Potter Barrett Robison - Carmela Robles - Zoe Straw Layne Thompson - Alaina Whaley - Makayla Wiggins Morgan Turner

GRADE 3 HIGH HONORS Cora Bell - Mack Conyers - Logan Dutkiewicz - Molly Jone Brooklyn Krieger - Pipe Osban - Aidan Paul - Abram Thomas HONORS Ellen Aldrich - Connie Barker - Hadley Barritt Hudson Barritt - Sara Beirman - Casidy Brown Abrianna Choate - Emma Fisher - Julien Glover Mitchell Hamrick - Asher Haney - Gracie Henderson Alex Hyatt - Maddie Maier - Landon Mitchell - Luke Morgan Spencer Philipps - Abbey Ries - Joshua Shumate Connor Stevens - Reagan Sullivan - Jacklyn Thompson Danielle Underwood - Hadley Weatherford

GRADE 4 HIGH HONORS Kama Alumbaugh - Riley Angel - Evelyn Barnes - Ryli Bulla Olivia Culley - Brady Ford - Garet Hollinger Dominik Kimmel - Mallory Kuhn - Kaden Leverenz Kori Leverenz - Jackson O’Daniel - Rylan Paul Kaylee Roberts - Carson Tucker - Lera Wilson HONORS Aryan Baker - Jeffrey Barnes - Alex Beirman - Lydia Deckard Gracie DeFur - Jeffrey Defur - Max Dewar - Haley Duffey Taylor Duffey - Grace Lueder - Sydney Redman Drake Ricketts - Avi’Ella Schnieder - Ethan Schneider Hannah Underwood - Bryan Wildeman

GRADE 5 HIGH HONORS Brady Bowman - Alex Carlisle - Shelby Corbin - Isaiah Forsee Derek Hollinger - Dalton Kuhn - Lucas Medley Faith Morton - Chance Murphy - Isaac Parmenter HONORS Alexis Anderson - Ashlynn Anderson - Lane Branson Dru Henderson - Mackenzie Hildebrandt - Parker Gross Connor King - Abbey Mavrick - Isaiah McFadden Conner McKinney - Maci Potter - Aaliah Raleigh Courtney Reyling - Mackenzie Wiggins - Jaden Wilson Noah Woods


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Self-indulgent presidential choices leave grim, maybe catastrophic future There are no sure things in politics, but Hillary Clinton is the closest thing to a sure thing to become the Democrats’ candidate for president in 2016. This is one of the painful but inescapable signs of our time. There is nothing in her J  history that would qualify her T for the presidency, and much F ... that should disqualify her. B T  What is even more painful is S that none of that matters politically. Many people simply want ‘a woman’ to be president, and Hillary is the best-known woman in politics, though by no means the best qualiďŹ ed. What is Hillary’s history? In the most important job she has ever held — Secretary of State — American foreign policy has had one setback after another, punctuated by disasters. U.S. intervention in Libya and Egypt, undermining governments that were no threat to American interests, led to Islamic extremists taking over in Egypt and terrorist chaos in Libya, where the American ambassador was killed, along with three other Americans. Fortunately, the Egyptian military has gotten rid of that country’s extremist government that was persecuting Christians, threatening Israel and aligning itself with our enemies. But that was in spite of American foreign policy. In Europe, as in the Middle East, our foreign policy during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State was to undermine our friends and cater to our enemies. The famous ‘reset’ in our foreign policy

with Russia began with the Obama administration reneging on a pre-existing American commitment to supply defensive technology to shield Poland and the Czech Republic from missile attacks. This left both countries vulnerable to pressures and threats from Russia — and left other countries elsewhere wondering how much they could rely on American promises. Even after Russia invaded Ukraine, the Obama administration refused to let the Ukrainians have weapons with which to defend themselves. President Obama, like other presidents, has made his own foreign policy. But Hillary Clinton, like other Secretaries of State, had the option of resigning if she did not agree with it. In reality, she shared the same awed vision of the world as Obama’s when they were both in the Senate. Both of them opposed the military ‘surge’ in Iraq, under General David Petraeus, that defeated the terrorists there. Even after the surge succeeded, Hillary Clinton was among those who ďŹ ercely denied initially that it had succeeded, and sought to discredit General Petraeus, though eventually the evidence of the surge’s success became undeniable, even among those who had opposed it. The truly historic catastrophe of American foreign policy — not only failing to stop Iran from going nuclear, but making it more difďŹ cult for Israel to stop them — was also something that happened on Hillary Clinton’s

watch as Secretary of State. What the administration’s protracted and repeatedly extended negotiations with Iran accomplished was to allow Iran time to multiply, bury and reinforce its nuclear facilities, to the point where it was uncertain whether Israel still had the military capacity to destroy those facilities. There are no offsetting foreign policy triumphs under Secretary of State Clinton. Syria, China and North Korea are other scenes of similar setbacks. The fact that many people are still prepared to vote for Hillary Clinton to be President of the United States, in times made incredibly dangerous by the foreign policy disasters on

her watch as Secretary of State, raises painful questions about this country. A President of the United States — any president — has the lives of more than 300 million Americans in his or her hands, and the future of Western civilization. If the debacles and disasters of the Obama administration have still not demonstrated the irresponsibility of choosing a president on the basis of demographic characteristics, it is hard to imagine what could. With our enemies around the world arming while we are disarming, such self-indulgent choices for president can leave our children and grand-children a future that will be grim, if not catastrophic.

Guest Column: Robert C. Koehler War, Murder and The American Way He sat with them for an hour in prayer. Then he pulled his gun out and started shooting. And today our national numbness is wrapped in a Confederate ag. The young man who killed nine members of Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on Wednesday night was an old-school racist. “I have to do it,â€? Dyllan Storm Roof is said to have explained. “You rape our women and you’re taking over our country. And you have to go.â€? Roof’s roommate told ABC News the next day that he was ‘big into segregation and other stuff’ and ‘he wanted to start a civil war.’ And this is America, where we have the freedom to manifest our lethal fantasies. But this is bigger than racism and the pathetic monster of white supremacy. Racism is a name for one of the currents of righteous hatred that coils through our collective unconscious, and over the decades and centuries it has motivated terrible crimes against humanity. But the ‘civil war’ that Roof participated in is, I think, much larger and much more meaningless. And not all the participants are loners. “In a pattern that has become achingly familiar to him and the nation,â€? the New York Times reported, “Mr. Obama on Thursday strode down to the White House brieďŹ ng room to issue a statement of mourning and grief as he called on the country to unify in the face of tragedy.â€? Indeed, it’s the 14th time, according to The Guardian, he has done this since he’s been in ofďŹ ce. It’s the 14th time he has said words like: “I am conďŹ dent that the outpouring of unity and strength and fellowship and love across Charleston today from all races, from all faiths, from all places of worship indicates the degree to which those old vestiges of hatred can be overcome.â€? America, America, land of the mass murderer. Mass murders have increased 14-fold in the United States since the 1960s, sociologist Peter Turchin wrote two and a half years ago, after the Sandy Hook killings. In his essay, called ‘Canaries in a Coal Mine,’ Turchin made a disturbing comparison: Mass murderers kill the same way soldiers do,

without personal hatred for their victims but to right some large social wrong. He called it the ‘principle of social substitutability’ — substituting a particular group of people for a general wrong. “On the battleďŹ eld,â€? Turchin wrote, “you are supposed to try to kill a person whom you’ve never met before. You are not trying to kill this particular person, you are shooting because he is wearing the enemy uniform. . . . Enemy soldiers are socially substitutable.â€? “That is to say,â€? I noted at the time, “the deďŹ nition and practice of war and the deďŹ nition and practice of mass murder have eerie congruencies. Might this not be the source of the social poison? We divide and slice the human race; some people become the enemy, not in a personal but merely an abstract sense — ‘them’ — and we lavish a staggering amount of our wealth and creativity on devising ways to kill them. When we call it war, it’s as familiar and wholesome as apple pie. When we call it mass murder, it’s not so nice.â€? Dylann Roof had a toxic ‘cause’ — to reclaim the Old South, to reclaim the country, from an unwelcome human subgroup — but the solidarity in which he acted wasn’t so much with his fellow racists as with the strategists and planners of war. Any war. Every war. Perhaps this is why, when I hear Obama laud ‘the outpouring of unity and strength and fellowship and love’ in the wake of the Charleston murders, I feel only despair as deep as a knife wound. War, not love, is structured into the nation’s economic and social fabric. We invest trillions of dollars into its perpetuation, across Central Asia and the Middle East and

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PC Pound Puppies and Posey Humane Society would like to extend our sincere thanks and gratitude to the community for their overwhelming support during our recent time of crisis. The hoarding situation in GrifďŹ n in late May of 99 beagles caught us all by surprise and quickly overtaxed our already packed shelters. Without the prompt assistance of the many agencies and individuals in the area this could have quickly turned into a monumental disaster. While we will never be able to capture everyone who volunteered their time, donated goods and services, and assisted in every capacity, we do want to recognize and thank everyone who played a part in the rescue of these dogs from a horrible situation, including the various news organizations that did their part to keep the story in the public eye. There are those who need special mention – Greater Good, The American Humane Association and their wonderful volunteers, Red Star Animal Services Rescue Team, the Juncker family, PetSmart Charities, BanďŹ eld Pet Hospital, Red Rover Responders, North Shore Animal League, The Humane Society of Harrisburg (Pa.) Area, Pet Food Centers, MARS Petcare US, the Fraternal Order of the Eagles, IGA, WSI, Mr. Bucks Pet Food, ITV Rescue, Animalpalooza/Lisa Ellsworth, Spencer Humane Society, PAAWS, Depot Diner, and TSK9U. Also, for needs of the dogs during their time with us: Highland Veterinary Clinic, Peaceful Pets, Foster Care Pet Grooming, Specialty Pet Grooming. For needs of the out-of state volunteers during their time with us: Tropicana, TSF Advanced Disposal, CVS, Bliss Artisan, Water’s Edge, DiMaggio’s, Subway, Silverwood, Hawg ‘N Sauce, Koodie Hoos. Individuals who went above and beyond: Kelli Alldredge, Randi Redman, Animal Control OfďŹ cers Chuck Mobley and Gene Youngblood, Andrea Reinitz, Keith Fuelling, Jamie Thomas, Sherriff Deputy Josh Brock, Amber Hoover, Nancy Schulze, Shannon Redman, Samantha Russler. Special thanks go to Prosecutor Travis Clowers for his attention to this case from the very beginning, including his guidance at the scene in the wee hours of the morning, his diligence in pursuing the details of the case, and the countless hours he has spent thus far, and the even more hours he will spend making every effort to seek justice for these dogs. PC Pound Puppies and Posey Humane Society will continue to work together to better the lives of animals in Posey County, and we thank the public for any help they can give us to support that mission, whether it be donating time or money, reporting abuse or neglect, adopting or fostering or sharing our pets on social media. If we all work together, we can prevent situations like this one from ever happening again. With Sincere Thanks, Posey County Pound Puppies Posey Humane Society

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Actions and reactions Dylan Roof attended a prayer meet- universally admired for staying true to ing at the Charleston AME Church. its charter. It is stronger now than it was He brought a gun. Twenty-one year before the killings. The church relied on old Caucasian Roof murits greatest strength, dered nine praying African its philosophy. Americans. In the white GAVEL America spent heat of their grief, the GAMUT a year after 9/11 victims’ families forgave looking for someRoof and prayed for his BY JUDGE one to blame for our soul. The national media JIM REDWINE pain. Even though were shocked. the killers had also killed themselves, Twenty men died committing the the national media cried out for more. murders of 9/11. The national media Our government responded with a war fanned the flames of revenge against against Iraq and Saddam Hussein, neiunknown someones. ther of whom had any connection to Reverend Clementa Pinkney, who 9/11. We have expended thousands of was also an elected state representative, lives and killed thousands more while laid in state in the rotunda of the South spending trillions of dollars creating Carolina State House. The church held implacable enemies for ourselves. worship services in which comfort We did these acts in violation of our for all and forgiveness for Roof were charter, i.e., The United States Constibroadcast to the world. The church is tution, which calls for justice, equality

and due process, not random abuses of power. The Charleston AME Church’s reaction reminded me of the lessons I learned as a child in my home church. Our church had a deacon and choir member who served as church treasurer. His wife and two children and he were long-time members. He embezzled church funds. My father and mother served with this person on the church board. The board voted to forgive the man and allow the whole family to remain in our church. Our church healed, grew and prospered. It is still strong today. Churches and countries that violate their foundations are in peril. Perhaps we should look to the wisdom of the Charleston AME Church and into our national soul for our international relations.

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wherever else the strategists and planners see evil, which is to say, opportunity. Every murderer believes the violence he is wielding is ‘good violence.’ Think Timothy McVeigh, whose fertilizer bomb killed 168 people at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City in 1995. He called his victims ‘collateral damage,’ co-opting the ofďŹ cial language of the Gulf War in which he served. Mass murderers mimic and ďŹ nd their inspiration in the ofďŹ cial wars we wage as a nation. Take away the massive public relations machinery that surrounds these wars and the deaths they cause are just as cruel, just as wrong. The abstract ‘enemy’ dead, in every case, turn out to be human beings, who deserved to live. And every war and every mass murder spreads fear and hatred — and inspiration — in their aftermath. We can’t go to war without spawning imitators. The next day, USA Today reported, the vigils at two South Carolina churches, in Charleston and Greenville, were disrupted by bomb threats and the churches had to be evacuated. So did Charleston’s county building. “At some point,â€? Obama said, “we as a country will have to reckon with the fact that this type of mass violence does not happen in other advanced countries. It doesn’t happen in other places with this kind of frequency — and it is in our power to do something about it.â€? Until we begin demilitarizing our relationship with the world, such words uttered by presidents are as empty as the words Dylann Roof uttered in prayer at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church that fateful night.

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Robb Township Alumni celebrate vibrant history Remembering World War II and how it shaped our county

Those in attendance at the Robb Township School Alumni 40th Reunion are, front row left to right: Marilyn Martin Cartwright, Vera Almon Johnson, Sue Wolfe Nix, Dr. Marion Ellis Warpenburg, Suzanne Wiggins Curry, Freida Strickland Orth, Phyllis Tenison Combs, and Sandra Saxe Almon. Second row: Vonda Robinson Parker, Terry Lee Crawford, Sue Marsh Mabe, Myrna Sue Downen Richason, Mary Catherine Tepool Baehl, Donna Strickland Creek, Doretha Wassmer Spahn, Suzanne Reising The theme of our reunion is always to honor the classes of 50 or 60 or even 70 years, and to pay our respects to those that have passed since last we met. Tonight we honor 60 years for the class of 1955 and we morn the passing of those no longer with us. A third subject for this reunion is remembering the second great war, WWII, which ended 70

years ago this August. In preparation for this night I set out to collect the names of all those who served in that war that were from Poseyville or Stewartsville, it proved to be more difficult than I anticipated. I have a list, as complete as I could manage, and if I omitted anyone it was unintentional. In compiling this list I had help from many of you, and

By George A. Cottrell Today is ‘D-Day,’ the Sixth of June, the 71st anniversary of the Normandy invasion and the beginning of the end for the Nazis in WWII. In August the nation will celebrate the 70th anniversary of the wars end, an event that was celebrated everywhere when it actually happened, and no more so than right here in Poseyville, Indiana. One of the biggest days in the towns history, it was a celebration of the end of the war and all its horrors, and a time that our townspeople could expect a return of their sons and loved ones who went off to fight for our great nation. It also meant an end to all the special conditions and hardships that had been imposed on them, rationing, saving things such as scrap metal, war bonds, and putting the war effort above everything else in their lives. It was a time to celebrate, to feel good, to be thankful, and to anticipate a return to life in a normal manner, uninhibited by the restraints of a ‘war effort’ mentality. As a theme for our reunion, in addition to the 60th anniversary of the class of 55’, we have chosen to celebrate this 70th anniversary of the war’s end, and a salute to all those brave Poseyville and Stewartsville men who served our country. We also salute the townspeople who stayed behind, prayed for their loved ones, and did all in their power to help as much as they could to bring an end to that horrible conflict. The greatest generation, as it has been called over the years, was not only the brave warriors who fought the war, but also those that stayed behind, kept the faith, and did what had to be done to insure the victory. Those four years from 1941 to 1945, were a time like no other in this nations history, and for the people who lived it, unique—This was true for the people of Poseyville. I have compiled a list of men from those two towns who served during that war, I apologize if we omitted anyone, it was not intentional. I hope you all have a chance to see it. These are the sons of Poseyville and Stewartsville who gave their all to end the deadliest war in our history. I was proud of them then and I am proud of them now—They were and are very special. We owe them much. Some, maybe most of those here tonight, do not remember the war, some of you may not have been born. Those years from 41’ to 45’ to me seemed normal. Normal because when the war began I was four days short of my seventh birthday, a time in my life when my brain was just beginning to function, becoming aware of things and remembering. To me it was normal because it was all I had known. For the adults it was anything but normal, and since we were still in the throes of the Great Depression, it was a burden upon another burden, almost unbearable. But, like the rest of our great nation, the people of Poseyville took a deep breath, rolled up their sleeves, and said for all to hear ‘Let’s have at it’. Young men enlisted and answered the call, Uncle Sam Wants You!! The townspeople did what they could, many going to Evansville to build LST’s or fighter planes. My sister Betty became a ‘Rosie the Riveter.’ They bought war bonds and prayed—They saved scrap metal and cheered when they heard of Doolittle’s raid on Tokyo. We listened to Walter Winchell, Gabriel Heater, and Edward R. Murrow, and to President Roosevelt with heightened anticipation when he gave his ‘Fireside Chats.’ We read the papers and watched the movie newsreels, saved tin foil and milkweed pods. We did our best to do what we could do to help. I was almost seven when it started and a few months short of my eleventh birthday when it ended. I remember, because this was a time in my life when things first began having meaning, and a time that the war took precedent over everything else. After all, if we lost, things would get worse, much worse. Although people tried to live normal lives as best they could–– it was not normal, not by any standard. People changed their lives to accommodate the war. They had to, as only the total effort from the home front would bring victory. Everywhere people were encouraged to buy war bonds. On the radio by Bob Hope, Jack Benny and others, in the paper, in newsreels, and on posters –– ‘Buy War Bonds.’ As a young child, as early as the second or third grade, I would take a coin, probably a dime, to school and buy stamps to put in a book. When the book was full you could exchange it for a war bond. Movie stars, athletes, and politicians pleaded for all to buy war bonds. We were constantly warned about the dangers of the evil axis –– Germany, Italy and Japan. Unflattering posters of Hitler, Mussolini and Tojo were everywhere, and they were well deserved as these were truly evil people. We were urged to keep secrets, although I never fully understood what it was I knew that was so important. ‘Loose Lips Sink Ships’ ‘The Walls Have Ears’... Really. I told myself to watch what I said and who I said it to, but wandered what an eight-year-old boy could know that would sink a ship. Not to worry. The signs were everywhere and very imposing. I wasn’t about to tempt fate by telling all I knew about my friend Charley Boren or Hopalong Cassady. If we lost the

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in the process memories were aroused of people and things I had all but forgotten, I thank all of you that helped. I came up with 193 names on the list, all young people, and all men, save one, Anna Fare Kelly on the Stewartsville honor roll. At the time of the war their absence didn’t have real meaning for me, as I was young and

just beginning to process events in my life. Now I think of the impact that the absence of all these young people had to have on everyone’s life. That many people, all young adults, taken from these two small towns, it had to be a very traumatic experience. As my sister Carol Ann said, “George there was no one here.” Except of course the kids,

George A. Cottrell shares his speech at the Robb Township School Alumni 40th Reunion held June 6, 2015 at the Poseyville Community Center. Photo by Theresa Bratcher war it wouldn’t be my fault. This was the atmosphere in which everyone lived and worked, and to the extent possible, played. Patriotism was more than a word, it was a fact, a way of life. Many of the popular songs of the day were war themed –– ‘Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition’ ‘Comin’ in on a wing and a Prayer’ ‘Johnny Zero.’ Everyone and everything was patriotic. No burning of draft cards or flags then, if it had happened the perpetrator would probably have been shot. People displayed their flags proudly. They had flags in their windows. They were different and had a star in the center. If the star was white it meant someone in that household or family was serving in the armed forces. If it was gold it meant someone had given their life for their country –– the ultimate display of patriotism. The Evansville papers carried daily reports of the war, both set backs and progress. News of early losses at Guadacanal and Wake Island were very bad and sobering, but things like Doolittle’s raid gave us hope. My parents listened to Gabriel Heater and Walter Winchell on the radio. Remember Winchell and his trademark ‘Hello Mister and Misses America, and all the ships at sea, lets go to press.’ Of course Indiana’s own Ernie Pyle sent daily reports back until he too made the ultimate sacrifice at Okinawa. We took it all in and used the information to fuel our determination to continue, and not let the boys at the front down. I remember practice air raids, at least I think I do. As I remember we turned all our lights out so that the imaginary planes in this imaginary raid couldn’t see us well enough to know where to drop their bombs. I think we had an air raid siren, did we? I know there were some sessions where people learned how to identify enemy planes. Like knowing that one with a ‘Rising Sun’ on the side was Japanese and one with a ‘swastika’ was German –– probably Zeros, Messershmitts, or Stukas. I was impressed, and I knew this was all very important, but even at an early age I had to wonder why they would want to bomb Poseyville. Someone said because we were close to Evansville. Maybe so but if they are that far off on their targets how dangerous can they be. Another thing piqued my interest and gave me cause to wonder. We never saw planes fly over Poseyville of any type. Just how tough could it be to ID the Japanese and Germans. Who else would it be. But what did I know – I was eight or nine. I remember taking part in a first-aid drill. A make believe bombing had occurred, or maybe a Japanese invasion, I don’t know which, only that in this make believe scenario there were injuries. I played the part of a patient who had been wounded in this make believe event. The first-aid group which included my sisters Mary Lois and Carol Ann, put all sort of bandages and patches and fake medicine on me. This was really cool or so I thought, again I was eight or nine. Things were rationed, very necessary as the demands of a four year war and millions of troops puts a severe strain on an economy. Almost everything was diverted to the war effort. The needs of the home front became secondary. Not neglected, just secondary, and rationed. We had to use as little as possible, get by with much less, in order that our brave fighting men would have all they needed in their fight to defeat the awful Japanese and Germans. Gas and oil and tires were rationed. Some foods, meat and sugar for sure, and I think some clothes, probably those made of leather, like shoes and such. When mom would send me to the store she would give me money and a ration token.

and women and older folks. I doubt that any other event in the history of this town had a more immediate impact, that is what makes that war the biggest event in the towns history. I have prepared a piece which is a recollection of events in this town during that war, as seen through the eyes of 7-to-near 11 year old boy - George A. Cottrell

Although gas was rationed there really weren’t that many cars, and of course none were manufactured during the war. The streets were empty a great deal of the time as many of the cars that were around were used to drive people to Evansville to work. During one of our childhood adventures in 1942 (or 43’ - not sure which), Charley Boren and I drove our tricycle and scooter to New Harmony and back. During our entire trip, which lasted several hours and almost 20 miles, we saw only one vehicle - a pick up truck that took us into town when we were almost all the way back. There simply weren’t very many cars. The few cars that were around looked peculiar by today’s standards. They had running boards and shapely fenders, and some had rumble seats. I remember seeing people ‘hop on’ running boards and ride along, a dangerous practice but not uncommon back then. The cars had funny, loud sounding horns, and spot lights were not uncommon. Those were ‘cool’ things of the day that young boys used to impress young ladies. People saved things for the war effort. Scrap metal was very important. Empty tin cans had both ends removed, were flattened and turned in. People saved tin foil which was commonly used in many packages, such as chewing gum and cigarettes. The tin foil was removed and rolled into a ball and contributed to the war effort. We saved newspapers and milk weed pods, for life jackets we were told. During this time frame from December of 41’ to August of 45’ the war was the dominant factor in everyone’s life. Although people at home tried to live normal lives, everything took a back seat to the war. It was truly a world wide war and the effort to win was the dominant theme in everyone’s life. It had to be as only our maximum effort would result in victory, that is what all believed. People still worked and played and loved, but with the ever present awareness of their all-out effort to win the war. It was not possible to ignore the effect the war had on their lives. It was simply a part of life and would be until it was all over, people accepted this and did all they could to help. When the war finally ended after the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the nation and the people of Poseyville heaved a huge sigh of relief. It was like having an enormous weight removed from their collective backs. When the news came the immediate reaction was to celebrate - whenever, however, and wherever they could. I remember sitting in the swing on our front porch and watching and listening as people laughed, cried, sang and shouted. Horns were honked and honked and honked and then honked some more. Flags were waved and people laughed and cried and hugged each other. The War Was Over. We had defeated the awful Japanese and Nazis. Not to be out done Charley Boren and I sat in our front swing and blew horns that belonged to our parents. I had Mom’s Cornet and he had his mothers clarinet (I think). We blew and blew as happy people everywhere smiled and cheered and celebrated. Cars going by and coming back, with lights on and horns blaring. People were so happy, it was finally over, now they could get back to normal, things would be different. Things would never be the same. The war had a profound impact on the lives of everyone, and because of that they would never be quite the same. It was the end of a special and unique time in the town of Poseyville. For those who remember they will never forget. For those who do not, you can be proud your town was the greatest, and did their part to win the war. And none did any more than those brave young men from Poseyville and Stewartsville who sacrificed a very important part of their lives for us. Some gave life itself, the ultimate sacrifice. God Bless them all And God Bless America. AMEN.

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Long-time Mount Vernon banker Newman retires By Lois Mittino Gray Bill Newman plans to spend more time swinging a golf club after he retires on July 1 from Old National Bank after a 42 year career in the banking business. He was feted with an afternoon reception on Friday, June 26 at the bank branch in Mount Vernon. Family, staff, friends, community leaders and even the Time Warner cable guy who said,”I don’t really know you, but happy retirement and this cold punch is great,” stopped by to chat and send him off with well wishes. Bill retires as the Corporate Relationship Manager and Market President in Mount Vernon. He has also served as a commercial lending executive and senior loan officer for the bank. He started with ONB in 1973 after he earned his Bachelor degree in business from the University of Missouri-Rolla. He completed the University of Wisconsin Graduate School of Banking program in Madison. “This has been such a rewarding career. Being involved in people’s lives and helping them achieve their financial goals is wonderful,” the retiree said. Coworkers called him a great friend and teammate through the years thanking him for his leadership and words of wisdom. Commercial Relationship Executive George Day said, “We’re really blessed to work with fantastic people like Bill Newman and we wish him all the best as he turns this new chapter in his life.” “It’s been a pleasure to work with Bill during my five years

at Old National. He is very involved in the community and works diligently to improve the economic conditions of our county,” commented Vice-President and Financial Advisor Shawn Worman. He admires the great care Bill shows in working with his customers and how he shows no signs of slowing down through the years. Bill plans to continue his community involvement and remain active in his many organizations after retiring. He is president of the Posey County Economic Development Partnership, which he organized and Treasurer of the 21st Century Leadership of Posey County. He is a member of the SW Indiana Chamber of Commerce, Friends of Mental Health, American Legion baseball, United Way and Treasurer of the Posey County Chamber Holding Company. Bill resides in Mount Vernon with his wife Melanie, a teacher’s aide at Farmersville Elementary School, who plans to keep him busy with her ‘honey-do’ list. His son Bryce, a 19-year-old USI student, offered his dad well wishes and thought it will be nice to spend some quality time with him fishing, shooting guns and golfing. Eldest son Wyatt, a 23-year-old USI student, knows the family wants to do some traveling with the retirement. “Let’s see.....there are golf courses in Hawaii and we want to go to Albion,Texas to see the World War II museum of my grandfather’s battalion. And there are ten pound bass in Texas.”

Bryce, far left, Melanie, Bill and Wyatt Newman pause for a picture during Bill’s retirement party at Old National Bank on Friday afternoon. Photo by Zach Straw

Stoplight, red or green? By Lois Mittino Gray Two new communitybased study committees and one state stoplight study were the main topics at the Mount Vernon Common Council meeting on June 11. All three will address ongoing problems in the city which have been discussed for some time at council meetings. When the third reading of the proposed ordinance to amend parking downtown came up again, Councilman Andy Hoehn explained that he was reticent to vote on it without more input from the parties involved in the decision. He advised tabling the decision on banning boat trailer parking around downtown as it’s easier to wait than undo the amended ordinance once passed. “I do not want to overdo this and run the boaters out. The last thing they do before going on the water is filling the tank and getting over $100 worth of gas, some ice, food and other supplies. They spend large sums of money in our town” Councilman Bill Curtis agreed not to overkill on it, but warned that something needs to be done for this summer immediately. All agreed that a committee will be formed, headed by Curtis, to study where boat trailers can park now and changes that would accommodate parking

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without hampering local businesses. Councilman Jeffries volunteered to be on it as it is his district. Community leaders, boaters, someone from the Parks Board, Boat Club, and the Eagles were suggested. Council members will call and organize it. Curtis also brought up the issue of nuisance properties on West Ninth Street from about a year ago. He reported that since that time, they have increased police patrols and there has been a fifty percent reduction in the number of police calls to the area. He said Randy Adams drafted a proposed ordinance to deal with nuisance properties and it has been awhile since it was discussed. Curtis proposed a committee be formed of landlords,renters, Mr. Adams, and some council members to look at the situation and prepare the ordinance. Hoehn volunteered to be on it and Jeffries agreed to act as committee chairman and offer possible legal advice. Mayor John Tucker said he called Terry Bough and Lora Lewis of the Indiana Department of Transportation about doing a test period changing the stoplight at Fourth and Walnut to a flashing one, as directed by the council at its last meeting. INDOT agreed to change it to flashing very soon, monitor and study it for six months, and give the results to the city. From there, the city can decide what to do with it or request to have

it removed. Jeffries stated if the light is only a flashing one, there is no protected pedestrian crossing there In other board action: • Councilwoman Higgins announced that the Street Department will start mosquito spraying in the next few days. Councilman Curtis will work on the increased truck traffic through Lawrence Addition as that is how GPS routes them. Industries will be contacted to inform their drivers and signs will be posted to avoid the residential areas. • Members heard a second reading of an ordinance for additional appropriations as amended May 14. A public hearing on it is scheduled for June 25. • a first reading was heard on the issuance and sale of environmental improvement revenue bonds. Vectren would like to get approval to issue tax exempt bonds to finance the project. The EPA is requiring the company to reduce its mercury emissions. The company representative said lowering the cost of financing the bonds will in turn help the consumer. • Acting as the Water Utility Board, Water Superintendent Chuck Gray reported that the painting is finished on the Keck Tower, the new lights are working, and they have tightened the rods on it to keep it from swaying. The pilings are set for the new building and the construction trailer and some materials are on site.

Brothers, (l to r) Matthew and John Meador, try their hardest not to look at the camera while they were eating at the Mount Vernon General Baptist Church Ice Cream Social on Sunday evening at Brittlebank Park. Photo by Michelle Gibson

2015 4-H Food Auction scheduled Plan to attend the 2015 Posey County 4-H Fair and support this year’s 4-H Food Auction. Our selection of goodies will be better than ever, and everyone, from individuals to businesses and community organizations, is welcome to bid! The 4-H Food Auction will be held Monday, July 13, 2015. The auction will start at 6 p.m. in the airconditioned Posey County Community Cen-

ter on the Posey County 4-H Fairgrounds, and all proceeds are used to support the educational activities of the Posey County 4-H Youth Development program. Please attend this year’s Posey County 4-H Fair and support this worthwhile event. For more information, call the Purdue Extension-Posey County Office at 812-8381331.

Legion Post 278 meeting schedule set All meetings will be held at the American Legion Post in Poseyville. July 16, 6 p.m.; August 20, 6 p.m.; September 17, 6 p.m.; September 26/27 Poseyville Autumnfest; October 15, 6 p.m.; November and December - No meeting.

Cynthiana to hold town-wide yard sale Cynthiana will hold their 22nd annual town wide yard sale on Saturday July ll from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. We hope to have fifty plus homes again this year. Most homes will have more than one family involved. The Masonic Lodge will be serving sandwiches again this year in the air condition building. There will be restrooms available at the lodge and the town park. Also, new this year the

Smith Township Volunteer Fire Department will be having a pancake and sausage breakfast in the Community Building. A reminder for those holding sales. If you live off the main street you might want to place a sign on the main street. Also, you can not set up in the town park unless you receive permission from the town board. The Good Will truck will be at the re-cycle center

at 3:30 p.m. Do not leave any item there until the truck arrives. Again this year we need to thank the Cynthiana Community State Bank for paying for the advertisement to 21 radio and television stations. Also to fifteen out of town newspapers. This event will be held rain or shine, less hope for shine and mild temperatures this year. If, you have any questions call 812-845-2312.

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North Posey Red dominates Babe Ruth, start to finish two each, and Harris, Kissel, and Bender with one each. Red had a total of five walks, and won 13-5 in seven innings. Next in line for Red was the Championship Game, and again it was against VFW. The tournament was double elimination allowing VFW to get to the Championship Game. W. Voegel started on the mound going all seven innings, giving up six hits, three walks, one run, and striking out seven. On the offensive side Red was led by Morrow and Goetz with two hits a piece. Both of Goetz’s hits were triples. Motz, W. Voegel, and Goedde all had one hit each. Red walked a total of nine times. Red won the Championship game 9-1 in seven innings. After the Tournament win Red Coach Josh Stoneberger said, “My pitcher had great movement on the ball (W.Voegel) and he had great command of the ball. Everyone stepped up and knew that this was a huge deal not only two win it for the team but the community. North Posey has a great tradition with baseball and this team right here will help that continue on.” Black also had four games this week. They first started off against Princeton Red. Josiah Ricketts started on the mound going four innings, giving up one hit, four walks, no runs, and striking out four. Next Brandon Hamman came in going one innings, giving up no runs, no hits, and no walks, and striking out three. On the offensive side Black was led by J. Ricketts with three hits, Hamman, Reid Smith, Dylan Mobley, Ty Wright, and Dalton Cox with two hits each. Black had two walks and won12-0 in five innings. Next Black went up against Haubstadt Legion. Hamman started on the mound going six innings, giving up three hits, three walks, two runs, with one unearned run behind him, and striking out 12. Next Jacob Craig came

Alec Goetz turns on this pitch and drives it into deep center field, driving in a security run during one of the North Posey Red baseball games this week. North Posey Red ran away with the league and tourney championships this season. Photo by Dave Pearce

By Conner Voegel People always have to step up. No matter if it is at the beginning of the season or the end players have to step up. North Posey Red’s players stepped up this week as the annual tournament was played. Red finished the season with only one loss and claimed the regular season and the tournament titles. North Posey Red had four games this week, winning all four. Red started the tournament against Princeton Red in the first round. Wes Voegel started on the mound going four innings, giving up two hits, one walk, and no runs, while striking out seven. Next Cole Koester came in going one inning giving up no runs on no hits. On the offensive side Red was led by Shane Harris with three hits, while Alec Goetz, Jarrett Motz, Hunter Alkire, Bryce Kiesel, and W. Voegel all had one. Red walked a total of 10 times. Red won the game in five innings 12-0. Next in line for Red was Haubstadt Merchants. Harris started on the mound going four innings, giving up no runs, three walks, one hit, and striking out five. Next Alkire came in going one inning, giving up no hits, no runs, and taking down the side in just three pitches. On the Offensive side Camden Bender led Red with two hits, while Goetz, Harris, Jacob Newman, and Jesse Kissel all had one each. Red had a total of 12 walks and won 10-0 in five innings. Next Red faced off against the only team that has beat them in the regular season, VFW. Jordan Goedde started on the mound going five innings, giving up four hits, two walks, four runs, and striking out nine. Next Harris came in going two innings, walking one, giving up one run, and striking out two. On the offensive side Motz and Goedde led the team with four hits each, with W. Voegel with three, Goetz and Seth Morrow with

North Posey High School softball award winners for this season are Jenny Sheller, jayvee silver slugger award. Hailee Elderkin, varsity Outstanding Leader, Madi Elpers, varsity Silver Slugger, and Blake Gamblin, varsity Golden Glove and First Team All PAC. Kaitlyn Blankenberger was varsity Most Improved. Not pictured are Taylor Vaughan, jayvee most improved, and Kayla Sanford Honorable Mention All PAC. Elderkin and Madison Feldhake earned Academic All State Honorable Mention. Photo submitted

Runner-up in the 10U Fisher’s Freedom Festival Tournament over the weekend are, in front, L to R: Oliver C, Brock S, Easton L, Owen W, and Dylan M. Middle to L to R: Clay D, Mason W, Nick C, Stone S, and Ayden C. Back row L to R: Coaches Shawn Clark, Travis Douglas, and Scott Silver. Photo submitted

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Jalayna Chaffin swims the backstroke in a recent Brittlebank Park Barracuda swim Hannah Cross swims the breaststroke in a recent Brittlebank Park Barracuda swim meet. Photo by Amy Hueftle meet. Photo by Amy Hueftle

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Brittlebank schedules Midnight Swim Brittlebank Pool’s Midnight Swim will be July 3, 2015. Swim under the stars until midnight. Pool will open at 11 a.m. and stay open until midnight. Pool fee is $3, four and under swim free.

North Posey volleyball camp slated The North Posey Lady Vikings are hosting their annual volleyball camp on July 20 through July 22. Camp will be held at New Harmony High School in the gym. Camp times are for fourth through sixth graders will be 8 until 10 a.m. Seventh and eighth graders are 10 a.m. until noon. Campers may sign up at the door on the day of camp.

TURN BACK TIME... Twelve members of the North Posey FFA Chapter traveled to Purdue University for the 86th Indiana State FFA Convention. Pictured above are those attending: Kari Hoenert, Robyn Bender, Hannah Straw, Travis Koester, Derek Motz, Logan Willman, Lindsey Koester, Danielle Perry, Emma Carner, Zach Goebel, and Tristian Bolte. Photo submitted

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Babe Ruth, from Page B1 in going two-thirds of an inning giving up three hits, two walks, three runs, and striking gout one. Finally AJ Reynolds came in going one-third of an inning giving up no runs on no hits. On the offensive side J. Ricketts led the team with three hits, one being an inside the park homerun. Grant Parker also had three hits. Wright had two hits, while Smith, Mobley, Reynolds, and Cox all had one. Black had a total of five walks and won 9-6 in seven innings. Next Black faced off against Oakland City. Parker started on the mound going three innings, striking out three, giving up four walks, three hits, four runs, and one unearned run. Next Reynolds came in going three innings, walking three, giving up two hits, and three runs. Finally Cox came in going one inning walking one and striking out three. On the offensive side Hamman led the team with three hits, Reynolds with two, and J. Ricketts, Parker, Smith, Wright, and Cox all had one hit each. Black had a total of ten walks as they won 13-8 in seven innings. Finally Black faced off against VFW. J. Ricketts started on the mound for Black going three innings, giving up three hits, four walks, six runs, and striking out two. Next Reynolds came in going one-and-a-third inning, giving up three runs, one walks, three hits, and striking out two. Finally Parker came in going one-and-two-thirds innings giving up no runs, no hits, no walks, and striking out one. On the offensive side J. Ricketts, Parker, Smith, and Cox all had one hit each. Black had a total of six walks. Black went down in the seventh as they lost 8-9. Stepping up doesn’t just apply with baseball it applies

Members of the Championship North Posey Red team are, front row, left to right, Cole Koester, Camden Bender, Jarrett Motz, Seth Morrow, Austin Reese, Bryce Kiesel, Logan Braun, and Hunter Alkire. Back: coaches Austin Bender and Jamie Hensley, Tyler Holman, Wes Voegel, Shane Harris, Alec Goetz, Jesse Kissel, Jacob Newman, Jordan Goedde, Head coach Josh Stoneberger, and Josh Harris. Photo submitted with life. With jobs, home, families, and friends you will what leaders should do, but we will just have to see if they have to step up and take charge sometimes. watched and listened. Sometimes it is hard to step up, and Babe Ruth players must do that all the time, but espe- sometimes you can’t fill the shoes of those before you, but cially at the end of the season. As we say good luck to the if you work at it, and just lead the best you can, you can’t fifteens in their future careers, we also have new leaders to go wrong. Fifteens for North Posey Black included: Branlook up upon. The fourteens will be the leaders next year don Hamman. Grant Parker, Cameron Fisher, Justin Cumwhether they like it or not. mings, and Dylan Mobley. Fifteens for North Posey Red Both Black and Red’s fifteens this year taught them included: Alec Goetz, Jordan Goedde, and Westin Voegel.

Death Race puts Jeff Barnes in literal run for of his life

Posey County’s Jeff Barnes participates in Death Race. By Brandon Cole Jeff Barnes, of Mount Vernon, realized just how much he could endure as he participated for 12 hours in the Death Race at Pittsville, VT. Death Race flipped the script on the competitors and made for an interesting twist. “I learned that I can be lied to, everything fall apart, all plans get thrown out and still be able to pull myself together and compete,” said Barnes. “They totally changed the race less than two hours before the start. It was 100 percent self sufficient, no crew, no drop bins.” Each participant was to carry everything they needed for five days. “The nutrition and gear choices I made and planned for were terrible for this set up, yet I persevered,” said Barnes. He has a great admiration for Peak Races, and enjoyed every minute of the race, but knew when to call it quits. “After 12 official hours and 17 unofficial hours, I called it quits and did not finish,” said Barnes. “I had a total of 17 hours, because it took me a little over four hours to get down (bare-footed) blood root and find a person to drive me to the hotel.” Barnes had to walk another five miles barefoot, in the cold,

back to civilization, after dropping from the race. “I had to help another racer who dropped earlier who was waiting for EMS to get her,” said Barnes. “The problem was that we were so far out, there was no way EMS could get us even on ATV. So, we hobbled our way down the mountain and made it to safety after four hours. At 2 a.m., Barnes had to do belly crawls up a hill about 100 yards, then barrel roll with full packs. He did this while it was raining. “I believe I got seven before they finally put me on the bus,” said Barnes. “Then, a bus ride to Tweed followed, with 170 full-pack burpees. From there we hiked to Shrek’s cabin and then did work on Miguel’s cabin.” Next, Barnes hiked to Riverside. “Norm took us up thru Pittsfield to hike the trails behind the general store,” said Barnes. “We had to be at a specific location to make sure we were there for the official start time.” Next, he had to get in the water and try to dam the water from flowing and be completely miserable due to being submerged for a time. From there, he had to get out of the water, and everyone had to be physically on the bridge. “That took us some time to figure out,” said Barnes. “Then we were to rid ourselves of our full packs, and bring with us the items necessary to maintain us for 24 hours within our fanny packs or camelbacks. This included our life jacket, sleeping bag and 100 feet of rope.” The athletes were told to strip down at this point. No shoes, socks, pants or shirts. “We were told we were going to hike blood root trail without shoes,” said Barnes. This hike was between five and six miles and 3200 feet of elevation. “They had us get back in the water with our sleeping bags,” said Barnes. “We had to be in our sleeping bags up to our neck and then fully submerged our head in water. Once completed, we raced up the trail barefoot with our new gear and wet sleeping bags.” About two miles up, they had to get out their rope and then tie 10 people together as teams. When tied together, everyone had to hike up blood root. After a while, they split the teams and the competitors raced

up Blood Root. “My team finished up to the top and I was spent,” said Barnes. My knees were a wreck because I couldn’t wear my compression gear. My feet were torched as I am a tenderfoot.” People quit for many reasons, in a race of this nature. “So why did I quit,” asked Barnes. “There are a few things that rocked my plans. One, 100 percent self-sufficient screwed my food, and support up significantly. No drop bins were available so I had to carry everything and carried too much, I quickly realized.” The pace was demanding. “I know I am a slower hiker than most which forced me to really push myself,” said Barnes. “This didn’t allow for me to fuel up on the schedule I wanted which caused me to have the shakes early on. It was solved with pickles and Gatorade.” The food was poorly planned after bringing a ton with him to make. “I needed something light, calorie dense, and easy to digest,” said Barnes. “I ended up with protein bars and other foods such as oatmeal cookies to keep me fueled up. Pickles saved my life.” Barnes also got next to zero sleep the night before as he drove for 20 hours to compete in this race and then had an early start time of 2 a.m. “In the end, the only real reason I quit was because I gave it my all, and had nothing left to give,” said Barnes. “I got to the top of blood root, battered, beaten, and no real drive to go further after 12 hours. I am truly proud of what I accomplished. It is the first race I have ever quit. That is okay. I did it without remorse, knowing that I truly gave my all. I overcame many obstacles, and hit my first goal, which was to go 12 hours without dropping. Those who are still going on have my deepest respect. Good luck Rusty Palmer, Devon Brown, Chad Weberg, and many others I have met along the way who are still out there killing it. I have been humbled, and I am proud.” If there is another Death Race, Barnes will do it, he admits. “However this was probably the last. They have a new race they have worked with the military to create called the Spartan Agoge. I have already RSVP’d for that race.”

Mount Vernon Church League softball found ‘offensive’ By Brandon Cole Week three of Church League Softball featured runs and lots of them. If you like watching power hitters, this was your day. Two games featured a total of 59 runs. Harvestime and Point picked up their first wins of the year and First United Methodist proved they were the lone undefeated squad. The (1-2) Point team defeated the (1-2) Midnight Runnahs 22-2. While offense was on showcase, Point made the defensive play of the day. “The highlight of the game for us when we got a triple play, thanks to Donnie Wilson,” said Tonya Cox. “He tagged the runner, then got the second-base runner out and made a throw to our first-base player, Ame-

lia Price, who stretched out while staying on base to get the first base runner out.” The (3-0) FUM squad topped the (2-1) WSI squad, 30-5. Ryan Stemple hit a home run, while Eric Stemple had two dingers. Andrew Ries also hit a home run, as FUM put up a lot of runs in a hurry. This group of softball veterans is quite impressive to watch. The (1-2) Mount Vernon General Baptist team made a valiant come-back effort, but fell to the (1-2) Harvestime squad, 14-10. John Harris and Tristin Choate made their way into the lineup for the first time this year. Church camps, family baseball games, and athletic camps have kept some Harvestime players quite busy this summer. Harvestime had a noticeable energy with

John Harris on the mound. His son (Bo Harris) hit a homerun in the contest over the left field fence, and Harris just missed what would have been father-son, back-to-back, homeruns. Harris got a double on the play and brought his son home for a score. Destiney Oeth, who played second base, collected her first hit of the year and knocked in a couple of runs. MVGB fell behind early in the contest,

but chipped away at Harvestime until the end of the game. Shawn Goodwin hit his first homerun of the year. Week four should be another exciting day of softball and fellowship at Brittle Bank Park. Today, at 6 p.m., FUM church will take on Harvestime. WSI will challenge the Midnight Runnahs at 7 p.m. MVGB will battle Point in the last contest of the night at 8 p.m.

Scheller earns spot on Miami U team Miami University student-athlete Nicholas Scheller has earned a roster spot on the Men’s Baseball Team. Miami University student-athletes finished the spring 2015 semester with a cumulative grade-point average of 3.313, the highest GPA ever for a single semester. Overall, 70 percent (339 of 482) of the RedHawks finished with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and 26 of those student-athletes recorded a 4.0 GPA.

Scheller, from Poseyville, will earn a Bachelor of Science majoring in Kinesiology. Of the 2014 senior class, 100 percent of Miami’s student-athletes were employed within one year of graduation. Miami University is a public university located in southwestern Ohio, offering 120 degree programs in humanities, science, engineering, business, education and fine arts.

Kiwanis Club Of Poseyville Annual Golf Scramble WHEN:

August 15, 2015 (Saturday) T Times begin at 10:02, then every 8 minutes Last Team out at 12:18 T-Times scheduled as Teams sign up 18 Team limit

WHERE: HELFRICH HILLS GOLF COURSE COST: Taylor Vaughn hits a grounder for Harvestime against Mount Vernon General Baptist on Tuesday as the MVGB catcher watches. Photo by Brandon Cole

VIKING FOOTBALL CAMP North Posey Youth Football Camp set for July 27 through July 30 at North Posey High School football field. The camp will run from 9:00 to 11:00 am. This is for the incoming students in fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth grades for the year 20152016. Cost is $30.00 per camper. Checks should be payable to VIKING FOOTBALL and returned with the registration form to: Coach Paul Rynkiewich, 1510 Sassafras Drive, Evansville IN 47712. For more information, contact Coach Rynkiewich at 5686366. Name: ____________________________Age:_______Grade level for 2015-16 _______ Shirt Size (Adult): Small_____ Medium_____ Large_____ X-Large_____ XX-Large___ Parent / Guardian Name:____________________Phone:_________________________ Address______________________________City/Zip__________________________

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The North Posey Youth Club recently completed their 2015 season. Pictured is the North Posey Red Major Little League team sponsored by NIX Companies. Front row, left to right: Isaac Howell, Cole McCullough, Bret Bullington, Draike Farrar, Bryer LaMar and Braden Willis. Second row: Lucas Marvel, Cody Wright, Jaxson Bender, Tyler Gengelbach (kneeling), Tyler Thompson, Jonathan Ricketts and Carter Hannah. Third row: Coaches Jeff Wright, Voeg eggel aand nd R y n Ho ya Howe well we ll ((not noot pi p ctur ct ured ur ed iiss Co Coac ach ac h Ph Phil illi il lip li p Ha H nnah nn ah)). ah ). P hoto ho to ssubmitted ubmi ub mitt mi tted tt ed Nick Voegel, Gary Vo Voegel Ryan Howell pictured Coach Phillip Hannah). Photo

Members of the Poseyville 10U B-bracket champions are: Ashton Elpers, Kendal Brown, Sophia Cherry, Shaina Farrar, Haley Lowe, Makenna Bryant, Madison Olander, Ella Braum, and Alexa Simmons. Coaches Jack Lowe, Daphne Brya Br y nt ya nt,, and and Jason Jaso Ja son n Simmons. Simm Si mmon mm onss. on s. Photo Pho hoto to submitted subm Bryant,

NORTH POSEY GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMP These girls participated in the recently held North Posey girls basketball camp.

Front row left to right: Molly Seibert, Alyssa Heath, Mason Ashby, Regan Fortune, Aubrey Schoening, and Reagan Koester. Second row: Coach Kahle, Kiera Gengelbach, Natalie Schoening, Page Schmalenberger, Sophia Cherry, Renee Schickel, and Livie Maier. Photo submitted

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LEGALS Court News Arrests June 21 Brian Martin—Evansville—Operating While Intoxicated—PCS Complaints May 30 8:49 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Gray Ford, 2 occupants—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 9:43 a.m.—Domestic— Husband and wife fighting, no weapons—Nation Road, Mount Vernon 10:41 a.m.—Alarm—Residence, side door—Crab Orchard, Mount Vernon 11:54 a.m.—Criminal Mischief—Van was egged and flowers were stepped on. On file only, no officer needed at this time—Church Street, Poseyville 12:35 p.m.—Disturbance— Try to help sister-in-law out to get glasses out of the residence. Male subject is threatening to kill everyone. Unsure if there are any weapons inside the residence. Sister-inlaw inside the residence and they are yelling now—Nation Road, Mount Vernon 2:25 p.m.—Alarm—Residence, front door, unknown female answers phone. Advises everything is okay but hangs up before proper code is given. Alarm company called back and same thing happened second time. Additional alarm in living room motion. Called back, false alarm—Waterford Drive, Mount Vernon 3 p.m.—Message—Requests to speak with deputy reference the animal hoarding situation in Griffin last night. Female advised she was with deputy at that location all night, and has some things she’d like to speak with him about—Coronado Drive, Mount Vernon/Griffin 3:28 p.m.—Traffic Offense—White Mustang, two occupants—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 3:48 p.m.—Traffic Offense—Green Chevy S 10 Blazer, two occupants— Creamery Road, Evansville 4:20 p.m.—Road Hazard— Large tree limb blocking one lane, is near a hill—Hwy 66, Wadesville 4:55 p.m.—Miscellaneous—Female subject left her purse on a counter at the rest stop. Is back enroute there, but wanting to see if an officer can get there first and hold it for her—Black River Rest Area, Griffin 4:57 p.m.—Road Hazard—Just past the cemetery, tree down in the roadway and has pulled some power lines down. Tree is across the whole roadway—Hidbrader Road, Wadesville 5:00 p.m.—Road Hazard—Tree down, blocking the whole roadway—Waller Hill Road, Poseyville 5:09 p.m.—Information— Advised offers have been trying to serve papers on male subject. Advised he has been out of town working—High School Rd, Poseyville 6:16 p.m.—Accident—2 vehicles, no injuries—Rexing

Road, Wadesville 6:44 p.m.—Road Closed— Completely closed due to tree across the road—Pfifer Hill Road, Griffin 7:01 p.m.—Reckless— Black Infinity almost hit caller and other vehicles. Swerving all over the roadway—I-64, Cynthiana 8:53 p.m.—Accident—One vehicle on its side. Subject was standing outside the vehicle. Don’t believe he is injured—Hwy 66, Wadesville 9:52 p.m.—Reckless— Dark colored passenger car, driving recklessly—Hwy 66, Wadesville 11 p.m.—Accident—Advised one vehicle down halfway in ditch. Caller did not stop to see if anyone was inside vehicle—Downen Road, Wadesville May 31 12:23 a.m.—Suspicious— Caller advised male subject wearing blue jeans, knocking on door. Advised unsure who subject is. Advised he will not answer her—Main Street, Mount Vernon 7:28 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Black Chevy truck— Leonard Road, Mount Vernon 7:47 a.m.—Road Hazard—Tree partially blocking the road—Hwy 68, New Harmony 9:49 a.m.—Accident— Honda, white, in the ditch. Not sure where she is heading—Upper Mt. Vernon Road, Mount Vernon 12:18 p.m.—Alarm—Side garage door—Highfield Rd, Evansville 1:48 p.m.—Traffic Offense—White Toyota SUV— Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 2:22 p.m.—Traffic Offense—Black Infinity, four occupants—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 2:34 p.m.—Traffic Offense—Silver Toyota—Ford Road, Mount Vernon 3:18 p.m.—Traffic Offense—Blue Ford Fusion, two occupants—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 3:33 p.m.—Accident—2010 Mitsubishi, hit a turkey just east of the bridge. Cracked her windshield—4th St, Mount Vernon 6:45 p.m.—911 Hang-up— Called back, advised every-

thing is okay—Broadway Av, Evansville 7:31 p.m.—Traffic Offense—Red Pontiac G6, two occupants—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 7:42 p.m.—Family Fight— Subject is at the residence throwing a fit—Joest Road, Wadesville 8:46 p.m.—Car/Deer— 2012 white Chevy Impala. Vehicle is on the side of the Interstate, extensive damage—I-64, Poseyville 9:04 p.m.—Hit and Run— Sign has been hit sometime between last night and 6 a.m.. Tire tracks in the grass. Not sure if this has been reported or not. Requesting an officer—Hwy 69, Mount Vernon 10:15 p.m.—Robbery— Male subject wearing all black, black facemask, and a gun. Male subject walked through the drive through and demanded money. Left on foot westbound on Ninth Street— Main Street, Mount Vernon June 1 1:10 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Gray Jeep, unknown occupants—Hwy 62, Evansville 1:37 a.m.—Alarm—Motion detectors in the store— Broadway Av, Evansville 3:41 a.m.—Traffic Offense—White Ford Escort, 1 occupant—Hwy 62, Evansville 5:59 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Black Infiniti, 1 occupant—Hwy 66, Wadesville 6:26 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Blue Mustang, 1 occupant—Hwy 66, Evansville 6:37 a.m.—Traffic Offense—White Toyota 4 Runner, 1 occupant—Hwy 66, Wadesville 6:46 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Blue Dodge pickup, 2 occupants—Hwy 66, Wadesville 7:33 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Silver Chrysler, 1 occupant—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 8:11 a.m.—Theft—Someone stole some plants and her table and chairs out of the back yard of her rental property—Stierley Road, Wadesville 8:58 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Gold KIA, 1 occupant—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 9:52 a.m.—Theft—Theft of copper, sometime over the last

2 weeks—Lexan Lane, Mount Vernon 11:04 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Silver Scooter, 1 male occupant—Third/Mulberry Street, Mount Vernon 12:32 p.m.—Traffic Offense—White Buick suv, 2 occupants—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 12:42 p.m.—Traffic Of-

fense—White Hyundai, 1 occupant—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 12:50 p.m.—Traffic Offense—Black Mercury, 1 occupant—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 1:27 p.m.—Traffic Offense—Silver Chevy suv, 1 occupant—4th/Munchoff, Mount Vernon

1:37 p.m.—Traffic Offense—Red Chevy suv, 1 occupant—8th/College, Mount Vernon 1:57 p.m.—Medical—Denzer Road, Wadesville 2:36 p.m.—Accident—Suv ran into the back of caller’s semi—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 2:48 p.m.—Wanted Per-

Legal Ads 2015-115 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON ABATE NUISANCES, WEEDS AND RANK VEGETATION ORDINANCE VOTE BY THE TOWN OF GRIFFIN, INDIANA TOWN COUNCIL The fiscal body of the Town of Griffin, Indiana (the Town of Griffin Town Council) hereby declares that on Saturday, July 18th at 12:15 PM, a public hearing will be held at the Griffin Fire Station, Griffin, Indiana to establish the following ordinance to abate nuisances, weeds and rank vegetation. Members of the public are cordially invited to attend the hearing for the purpose of expressing their views. ORDINANCE NO. 2015-7-18-1 AN ORDINANCE TO ABATE NUISANCES, WEEDS AND RANK VEGETATION WHEREAS, Indiana Code 36-30-6 allows an Indiana town to bring a civil action to abate a nuisance and Indiana Code 36-7-10.1 allows a municipality to require the owners of real property within the municipality to cut and remove weeds and other rank vegetation growing on the property; BE IT ORDAINED AND ENACTED by the Town Board of the Town of Griffin, Indiana, “(Town Board”) as follows: Section 1: Definition of Nuisance For purposes of this ordinance “nuisance” is hereby defined as the doing of an unlawful act, or the omitting to perform a duty, or suffering or permitting of any condition or thing to be or exist, which act, omission, condition or thing either: (a) Injures or endangers the comfort, repose, health or safety of others; (b) Offends decency; (c) Is offensive to the senses; (d) Unlawfully interfere with, obstructs or tends to obstruct or renders dangerous for passage any public or private street, highway, sidewalk, stream, ditch or drainage; (e) In any way renders other persons insecure in life or the use of property; or (f) Essentially interferes with the comfortable enjoyment of life and property, or tends to depreciate the value of the property of others. Section 2: Illustrative enumeration of Nuisance: The maintaining, using, placing, depositing, leaving or permitting to be or remain on any public or private property of the following items, conditions or actions are hereby declared to be and constitute a nuisance; provided, however, this enumeration shall not be deemed or construed to be conclusive, limiting or restrictive; (a) A condition which causes property to become a health or safety hazard, unless specifically authorized under existing laws and regulations. (b) Accumulation of rubbish, trash, refuse, junk and other abandoned materials, metals, lumber or other things. (c) Any condition which provides harborage for rats, mice, snakes and other vermin. (d) Any building or other structure which is in such a dilapidated condition that it is unfit for human habita tion, kept in such an unsanitary condition that it is a menace to the health of people residing in the vicin ity thereof, or presents more than ordinarily dangerous fire hazard vicinity where it is located. (e) All unnecessary or unauthorized noises and annoying vibrations, including noises. (f) All disagreeable or obnoxious odors and stenches, as well as the conditions, substances or other causes which give rise to the emission or generation of such odors and stenches. (g) The carcasses of animals or fowl not disposed of within a reasonable time after death. (h) The pollution of any public well or cistern, stream, lake, canal or body of water by sewage, dead animals, creamery, industrial wastes or other substances. (i) Any building, structure or other place or location where any activity which is in violation of local, state or federal law is conducted, performed or maintained. (j) Any accumulation of stagnant water permitted or maintained on any lot or piece of ground. (k) Dense smoke, noxious fumes, gas, soot or cinders, in unreasonable quantities. (l) The unauthorized obstruction of any public street, road or sidewalk. (m) Abandoned vehicles. Section 3: Definition of Weeds and Rank Vegetation For the purposes of this ordinance, “weeds and rank vegetation” is hereby defined as follows: (a) Vegetation which has attained a height of 12 inches or more and has not been cut, mown, or otherwise removed from private property which is abandoned, neglected, or disregarded. (b) Vegetation, trees or woody growth on private property which, due to its proximity to any governmental property, right-of-way or easements, interferes with public safety or lawful use of the governmental property, right-of-way or easement.

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Weeds and rank vegetation does not include vegetation planted for some useful or ornamental purpose, or agricultural crops, such as hay and pasture.

Notice to Taxpayers of Proposed Additional Appropriations Notice is hereby given the taxpayers of Posey County that the proper legal officers of The Posey County Council will meet at 330 Walnut St., Mt. Vernon, Indiana on July 14, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. to consider the following additional appropriation in excess of the budget for the current year.

Section 4: Nuisance, Weeds and Rank Vegetation Prohibited

Name of Fund County General

Section 5: Abatement of Nuisances, Weeds or Rank Vegetation

Purpose Intended SABIC Repayment

Amount $152,947.12

Taxpayers appearing at the meeting shall have a right to be heard. The additional appropriation as finally approved will be referred to the Department of Local Government Financing. The Department will make a written determination as to the sufficiency of funds to support the appropriation within (15) days of receipt of a certified copy of the action taken at the above meeting. Kyle J Haney Posey County Auditor Published in the Posey County News on June 30, 2015 - hspaxlp

It shall be unlawful for any owner, occupant or other person to allow a nuisance, weeds or rank vegetation to exist on real property located within the Town of Griffin, Indiana.

A. The Town Board shall be responsible for administration of this ordinance and may at any time require the owner and/or occupant of any real property upon which a nuisance, weeds and/or rank vegetation exists to do all things necessary to remove the nuisance, weeds and/or rank vegetation from such real property by giving the owner and/or occupant ten (10) days written notice of the existence of the nuisance, weeds and/or rank vegetation. B. The notice as herein required shall state the nature of the alleged nuisance, weeds and/or rank vegetation and the action deemed necessary to correct the condition and shall fix a date not sooner than ten (10) days from the date of the receipt of the notice when said property owner and/or occupant may appear before the Town Board to be heard on the question of the nuisance, weeds and/or rank vegetation. C. All notices as herein required shall be sent by first class U.S. mail, postage prepaid, to the occupant or owner at the address of the Property, if it be a dwelling, and to the last known address of the owner as reflected in the tax rolls of the town, township, or the county of Posey.

2015-114 D. Upon the failure of the owner and/or occupant to cause the abatement of the nuisance, weeds and/or rank vegetation as required by this section, and after notice and opportunity for hearing before the Town Board, the Town Board shall proceed at once to cause to be abated the nuisance, weeds and/or rank vegetation and charge the cost thereof against such owner and/or occupant of said property. The liability created herein shall be joint and several as to the owners and any occupants or tenants. E. In the event that the Town Board, or its designee, shall cause to be abated a nuisance, weeds and/or rank vegetation on any property, then as compensation to the town for its services in causing the abatement, the owner and/ or occupant shall be charged a fee determined by the Town Board based upon the amount of time spent in abating the nuisance, weeds and/or rank vegetation, plus attorney fees as allowed by Indiana law. Section 6: Collection of fees and appeal A. The Town Board shall upon completion of all acts necessary to abate the nuisance, send a statement to the owner and/or occupant of the property notifying said owner and/or occupant of the fees and charges owing the town for the abatement. B. The owner and/or occupant may appeal the fees charged by filing a notice of appeal with the Clerk of the Town Board of Griffin, Indiana within twenty (20) days of the receipt of the statement of fees. The Town Board shall set any properly filed appeal for hearing within thirty (30) days of receipt of the notice of appeal. C. Upon the failure of the owner and/or occupant to pay the fees and/or charges noted in the statement of fees in full within 30 days of the receipt of the statement of fees, the Town Board then may cause such charges and fees to be placed upon the tax duplicate and collected the same as taxes. The Town Board may, in the alternative, refer said charges and fees to the town attorney who shall forthwith collect the fees and charges by civil process. The board may also obtain a lien for such services. The proper filing of an appeal stays the period of time in which payment of fees and charges are due. Upon completion of an appeal, the owner and/or occupant shall pay the fees and charges determined upon appeal within thirty (30) days of the appeal determination, and if not so paid, the Town Board may proceed with the actions provided for in Section 6(C). Section 7: Powers of The Town Board of Griffin, Indiana The Town Board shall, where necessary, designate individuals and institute procedures to carry into force and effect this ordinance, including entering into contracts, employ personal, and acquire equipment, property, and facilities, subject to appropriation, for the purpose of removal, correction or disposition of a nuisance. This Ordinance shall become effective upon passage by the Town Board. Upon passage, the Town Clerk is directed to provide a copy of the Ordinance to the Clerk of the Posey County.

Published in the Posey County News on June 30, 2015 - hspaxlp

_________________________ Eddie Martin, President

__________________________ Judy Christmas, Board Member

__________________________ William Shelby, Board Member

ATTEST: ___________________________ Jeanella Shelby, Clerk-Treasurer

Published in the Posey County News on June 30, 2015 - hspaxlp


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LEGALS Court News Continued son—Female subject wanted out of Kentucky—Hidden Valley, Mount Vernon 3:27 p.m.—VIN Inspection—2003 Jeep Wrangler— Raines Orchard Road, Mount Vernon 4:41 p.m.—Suspicious— Male subject and another subject in a green car and another male subject in a white truck. When first male subject pulled up to the truck he had money in his hand and they exchanged something. Not sure what it was. Possibly an older model Dodge white truck— Murphy Park, New Harmony 8:26 p.m.—Traffic Offense—Dark blue Toyota Corolla, 1 occupant—Hwy 62, Evansville 8:34 p.m.—Investigation— Out reference investigation— West Street, Griffin 11:00 p.m.—Alarm—Residence, panic alarm—Sailer Road, Mount Vernon 11:02 p.m.—Citizen Assist—Caller advised she got into an argument with a male subject and he dropped her off at Rocky Falls. She’s on the highway, has no money for a cab and is needing some assistance. The mother of the caller called and advised that her daughter is stranded and would like one of our officers to give her a ride to a safe place until she can get a ride from Owensboro to come pick her up—Hwy 62, Evansville June 2 7:04 a.m.—Theft—Wife’s purse taken out of her vehicle and had some cash taken out of his vehicle. Vehicles were unlocked. Also his wristwatch had been taken—Norfield Drive, Mount Vernon 7:44 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Buick, 1 occupant— Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 8:05 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Black Jeep, unknown occupant—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 8:22 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Ford, blue, 1 occupant—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 8:46 a.m.—Motorist Assist—Unknown problem— Hwy 69, Mount Vernon 8:55 a.m.—Suspicious— Has gotten several calls this week from subjects asking for her and she tells them that she is not home and then they hang up. She calls the number back that is on the caller Idaho and they have all been disconnected. She has not given them any personal info. Caller just wants to make aware this is going on. She does not need an officer—Mackey Ferry Road, Mount Vernon 9:28 a.m.—VIN Inspection—Ford Ranger—Lower New Harmony Road, Mount Vernon 10:33 a.m.—Motorist Assist—Older Buick Regal with a flat tire—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 11:34 a.m.—Theft—Subject came to the Sheriff’s office, had some money taken out of bank account. Happened on may 18th and 28th— Pearl Street, Mount Vernon 11:54 a.m.—Restraining Violation—Advised she has a restraining order against female subject. She is following caller in a silver Ford Freestar—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 3:01 p.m.—Suspicious— Strong smell of ether—Lee Road, New Harmony 3:32 p.m.—Message—Requests to speak to deputy reference hit and run accident from a couple of weeks ago. Saw a truck drive by she has some information on—Hwy 66, Wadesville 3:43 p.m.—Suspicious— Son of caller told the caller that he got a call from a subject that is watching everything he is doing. He described to the son exactly what he did and was doing at the time of the call. Caller would like an officer to check the area—Haines Road, Wadesville 3:54 p.m.—Traffic Offense—Blue Ford, 2 occupants—Hwy 66, New Harmony 4:01 p.m.—Found Property—Advised he received a call from a farmer, stating they found the purse and all contents of checkbook in a ditch by the dairy farm down the roadway. Request an officer contact him—Caborn/Nation Road, Mount Vernon 4:16 p.m.—Standby—Advised ex is trying to hold all of caller’s items. Caller has text messages that say he is burning her items. Advised he is supposed to give her money for child support and has not.

Caller called back and advised the items she was supposed to get are in a burn pile, burned up. Caller went back the driveway to see if the items were on the porch and she noticed this. Advised male subject is not at the residence. Caller is waiting at the end of the driveway. Female subject called requesting to speak with a deputy reference police being dispatched to this residence. She is the daughter-in-law of the property owner. Caller called back and advised landlord and his son are telling caller to get off the property. Advised landlord is saying they ran over something and they advised they have not—Copperline Road, Evansville 4:38 p.m.—Motorist Assist—Black pickup blocking the road—Hwy 65/68, Cynthiana 5:11 p.m.—Investigation—Out at address reference investigation—SR 68, Poseyville 6:10 p.m.—ATV—Green atv speeding on the roadway. Has been going on for the past hour—Country Homes Drive, Evansville 6:12 p.m.—Message—Advised he has filed for divorce. Caller is wanting to talk to an officer about problems he is having with soon to be ex-wife—Blackford Road, Mount Vernon 7:18 p.m.—Accident— Two vehicle, no injuries. Dodge Stratus and white truck—Schuessler/Elk Trail, Evansville 7:34 p.m.—Threatening— Female subject is threatening caller and wanting to remove her camper from its site. She has been on the property twice now and just keeps coming back. Advised she is going to bring a group back and remove from property—Deer Run, Evansville 8:23 p.m.—Medical—Exgirlfriend—Deer Creek Lane, Evansville 9:00 p.m.—Investigation— Out at above address reference investigation—Blackford Road, Mount Vernon 10:06 p.m.—Disturbance— Group of people are hollering and screaming. 3 men ran into the woods. Babies and group of women are also outside. Has been going on since about 8:00 p.m.—Pearl Street, Mount Vernon 10:28 p.m.—Traffic Offense—Maroon Ford, unknown occupant—Stierley Road, Wadesville 11:17 p.m.—Vandalism— Someone has hit his mailbox with a river rock and took the mailbox completely off the stand. This has happened in the last 20 minutes. Requesting officers—Street. Philip Road, Mount Vernon 11:33 p.m.—Accident— Caller advised she hit a telephone pole at the stop sign. Advised no injuries but front end damage to vehicle. The telephone pole is still standing—Bellefontaine Cemetery Road/Tile Factory, Mount Vernon 11:58 p.m.—Accident— Vehicle rolled several times, is not back on all four wheels. Caller advised her and her husband are both injured. Husband has possible broken arm—I-64, Poseyville June 3 6:26 a.m.—Accident—3 vehicle accident, no injuries. Received another call and advised this is now a 4 vehicle accident—Lexan Lane, Mount Vernon 9:41 a.m.—Paper Service—Out at address—3rd Street, Mount Vernon 10:00 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Blue Honda—Upper Mount Vernon Road, Mount Vernon 10:41 a.m.—Wanted Person—No information— Haines Road, Wadesville 11:16 a.m.—Paper Service—Out at address—SR 66, Wadesville 11:44 a.m.—Message— Request deputy to call—Wolflin Street, Mount Vernon 12:43 p.m.—Wanted Person—No information—Posey County 1:48 p.m.—Lockout—2013 Dodge Ram—SR 66, Wadesville 4:02 p.m.—Accident— Truck flipped. Spoke with driver and he advised he is ok—Ford Road, Mount Vernon 4:34 p.m.—Medical— Central called stating female subject called asking for help. Sounded like she was having

trouble breathing. Received a call from female subject prior to this asking for the fire department to be dispatched to remove a snake from the residence at the same location— Upper Mount Vernon Road, Evansville 5:37 p.m.—Suspicious— Saw a woman with a toddler standing on the guardrail, standing on the overpass— I-64, Griffin 5:55 p.m.—Fraud—Caller requesting a deputy to contact her. Stated that someone has taken her credit card information and used $1,1000—Hausman Road, Mount Vernon 7:12 p.m.—Accident—2 vehicle, no injuries. Advised car pulled out in front of caller. Will be a KIA and Toyota— Hwy 65, Cynthiana 10:34 p.m.—Suspicious— Out with white Lincoln off in field—Watertank Road, Poseyville June 4 8:58 a.m.—Investigation— No information—2nd Street, Mount Vernon 9:03 a.m.—Paper Service—No information—SR 66, Wadesville 9:08 a.m.—Investigation— No status check needed—Edson, Mount Vernon 11;13 a.m.—Traffic Offense—White Dodge—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 11:15 a.m.—Criminal Mischief—Received a card and not from deputy that his mailbox was damaged. Calling to make a formal complaint reference damage and to speak with deputy—Street. Philips Road, Evansville 1:00 p.m.—Motorist Assist—Tractor tire came off, sitting in the road. Needing officer for traffic control— Smith School Road, Mount Vernon 4:23 p.m.—VIN Inspection—ATV—Marrs Drive, Mount Vernon 10:09 p.m.—Suspicious— Brown station wagon parked on the side of the road with the lights off. Unsure what they are doing—Mackey Ferry, Mount Vernon 11:19 p.m.—Motorist Assist—Red Chevy S 10, 1 occupant—Hwy 69/Bypass, Mount Vernon 11:23 p.m.—Medical—58 year-old female passed out in the bathtub. Unsure if she is breathing—Kennedy Drive, Mount Vernon June 5 7:38 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Blue Chevy—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 7:52 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Black Ford—Hwy 62/ State, Mount Vernon 12:50 p.m.—Traffic Offense—White Dodge—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 1:02 p.m.—Traffic Offense—Black Pontiac—Hwy 62/Davis, Mount Vernon 2:05 p.m.—Fraud—Returned home from vacation. Credit card contacted him realizing credit card number has been used. Needing to speak with deputy—Lemmons Lane, Mount Vernon 2:23 p.m.—Accident—1 vehicle in ditch. Vehicle spun. 2 subjects, there are injuries. Both conscious and breathing—Hwy 66, Wadesville 3:35 p.m.—Hit and Run— Black Pontiac went east on O’Donnell. Hit a white vehicle in the parking lot. Attempting to locate the owner of that vehicle—Brittlebank Pool, Mount Vernon 7:07 p.m.—Information— Caller stated that he got gas and the attendant advised him that his credit card did not go through and he would be charged with a drive-off. He went back into the store and paid for the fuel. He’s requesting a deputy because he is going back into the store to confront the employee. He was advised to avoid an altercation—SR 66, Wadesville 9:23 p.m.—Breaking and Entering-Believes someone may be inside the residence. Does not appear to be signs of forced entry—Tanglewood Drive, Mount Vernon 9:43 p.m.—Suspicious— Vehicle dropped a male off at an anhydrous tank. Truck left going eastbound. Caller called back and advised on Lower Mount Vernon Road there are several flashlights shining in the residence. No one is supposed to be there. Caller has called back, advised the male subject is hiding in the ditch before the driveway near the bridge—Lower Mount Ver-

non Road, Mount Vernon 10:16 p.m.—Car/Deer— Caller in a semi hit a deer, no injuries—Hwy 69, Wadesville 11:40 p.m.—Motorist Assist—Blue Ford Focus, 1 occupant—Hwy 62/69, Mount Vernon June 6 2:52 a.m.—Shots Fired— Was fishing down at the Port and he heard quite a few gunshots in the area. Couldn’t tell where they were coming from—Mount Vernon 4:49 a.m.—Investigation— Out at tow yard—Wolflin Street, Mount Vernon 7:45 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Beige Saturn, 1 occupant—Pine/Lockwood, Poseyville 7:56 a.m.—Alarm—Business, general burglar alarm— Hwy 66, Wadesville 8:26 a.m.—Lockout—Red 2-door Chevy Cobalt. Caller is aware deputies are not liable for damages—Savah Road, Mount Vernon 9:42 a.m.—VIN Inspection—Utility trailer—Winery Road, Wadesville 10:00 a.m.—Paper Service—No information—3rd Street, Mount Vernon 10:08 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Tan Chevy Prism, 1 occupant—3rd/Chestnut, Mount Vernon 10:49 a.m.—Paper Service—No information—Colleen Drive, Wadesville 11:06 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Maroon Buick vehicle, 1 occupant—Hwy 66/ Eastlake, Wadesville 11:16 a.m.—VIN Inspection—79 Camaro—Poplar Street, Cynthiana 12:14 p.m.—Paper Service—Protective order served—State Street, Mount Vernon 12:23 p.m.—Medical—87 year-old female fell. Advised is injured, conscious and breathing—Sauerkraut Lane, Mount Vernon 1:29 p.m.—Traffic offense—Black/dark green Toyota Corolla, 2 occupants— Hwy 69, Mount Vernon 2:21 p.m.—Assault—Advised she was assaulted by her ex-boyfriend last night.

Caller advised she didn’t call last night because she had a couple drinks and she is only 20. Did not get any medical attention—Tile Factory Road, Mount Vernon 2:31 p.m.—Disturbance— Daughter and her boyfriend have been staying at her house on a trial basis. They are now causing problems, she wants them to leave. Caller is very distraught—Upper Mount Vernon Road, Mount Vernon 2:40 p.m.—Motorist Assist—2 vehicles broke down on the side of the road—I-64, Griffin 4:45 p.m.—Traffic Offense—Silver Tundra, 1 occupant—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 5:02 p.m.—Traffic Offense—White Dodge—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 7:35 p.m.—Standby— Needing to get articles from the residence—Winery Road, Wadesville 8:07 p.m.—Standby— Caller stated that their Aunt is needing to get items from residence—Goad Cemetery Road, New Harmony 8:20 p.m.—Alarm—Garage car port—Lang Road, Poseyville 10:21 p.m.—Animal Problem—Caller stated that female, the hoarder, purchased dogs on Craigslist—West Street, Griffin 10:23 p.m.—Reckless— Blue Chevy Silverado swerving all over the roadway, varying speeds—SR 66, Wadesville 11:13 p.m.—Traffic Offense—Red Ford truck—Hwy 69/62, Mount Vernon June 7 12:30 a.m.—Welfare Check— Caller advised that around 10:30 p.m. his daughter was following him home from New Harmony and she never made it home. Caller called her and she told him that she turned off and she didn’t know where she was and needed directions home. She was unable to tell him where she was, only advised she had backed into a ditch and can see an Apostolic church sign. Would like deputy to check and see if he can find her and get her

home. Driving an older model white pickup. Sent text to female’s phone and advised her to call 911 if she received that message so deputy could try to find her location. Made contact with the caller and he advised that his daughter has somehow ended up in the Princeton jail so the officers can disregard looking for her—Posey County 1:46 a.m.—Suspicious— Out with a white male. Subject wearing blue shirt, jeans, and no shoes—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 7:11 a.m.—Citizen Assist—Caller advised that her neighbor is on drugs and talked to her rudely because her door was sticking and it woke him up. Caller advised that he did leave but thinks he could be back—Walnut Street, Poseyville 9:24 a.m.—Traffic Offense—Silver Nissan, 1 occupant—I-64, Griffin 9:54 a.m.—Traffic Offense—White Mercedes suv, 2 occupants—I-64, Poseyville 10:18 a.m.—Citizen Dispute—Advised she bought a car and her friend had to sign to say she had a valid license since caller did not have a valid license. Advised she had an agreement with the female to borrow her vehicle and she was supposed to bring it back. Advised the friend has not brought the car back and will not answer caller when she tries to get ahold of her. Caller doesn’t know if she can file charges against the vehicle taken but wants to file theft charges due to her personal items being in the vehicle— Poplar Street, Cynthiana 10:23 a.m.—Welfare Check—Requesting an officer check on female subject. Advised she has been posting pictures on Facebook of her arm with slashes and blood. Advised the pictures have been taken down—Gum Street, Cynthiana 11:22 a.m.—Traffic Offense—White Pontiac, 1 occupant—Main/Locust, Poseyville 11:53 a.m.—Investigation—Out reference followup investigation—Midway


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The Big Bang Theory (14)

Fresh Prince (PG)

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Late Night With Seth Meyers (In Stereo) Last Call With (In Stereo) (14) Å (14) Å Carson Daly (14)

Regional Voices

The Simpsons (In Stereo) (PG) Å

10:30

Golden Girls (PG)

Cops Rel. (PG)

Movie: ››‡ “Real Steel” (2011, Action) Hugh Jackman. A boxing promoter and his son build a robot fighter.

Cops (14) Å

Return of the Great White Serial Killer Great-white shark attacks. (N) Å

How I Met (14)

The Big Bang Theory (PG)

Eyewitness News at 10pm (N) Å

The Island Bear returns to visit the men. 14 News at 10:00PM (N) Å (N) (14) Å

Masterpiece Mystery! “Sherlock: A Study in Pink” (PG)

The Big Bang Theory (14) Å

10:00

Golden Girls (PG)

Josh Wolf (14)

Cake Wars “The Simpsons” (G)

Friends (PG) Å

Duck Dynasty (In Stereo) (PG) Å

Halt and Catch Fire “10Broad36” Gordon Humans Niska stages an escape from hopes of reconnecting. (14,D,L,S) the brothel. (14,D,L,S,V) Å

SportsCenter (N)

(6:00) Movie: ›› “Tyler Perry’s Good Deeds” (2012, Drama) Tyler Perry, Thandie Newton, Gabrielle Union. Å

Cops (14) Å Cops (14) Å 7 SPIKE Cops (14) Å 8 FX (5:00) Movie: ››‡ “Jack Reacher” (2012) Tom Cruise.

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American Dad (In Stereo) (14) Å

America’s Funniest Home Videos (PG)

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Waterparks

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House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G)

NCIS: Los Angeles A Navy contractor is Two and a Half murdered. (14) Å (DVS) Men (PG) Å

2 Broke Girls (In Stereo) (14) Å

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Family Guy (14)

Two and a Half

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Movie: ›› “The 13th Warrior” (1999) Antonio Banderas, Diane Venora.

The Whispers “The Archer” Wes makes a frightening discovery. (N) (14)

Antiques Roadshow (G) Å

9:30

Eyewitness News at 9PM (N)

9:00

Jessie (In Stereo) (G) Å

Return to Amish “A Secret” Å

Austin & Ally (In Stereo) (G) Å

Mod Fam (PG)

The Last Alaskans (In Stereo) (PG)

Mod Fam (PG)

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9 + WEHT Millionaire (PG)

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8:30

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8:00

Wheel of Fortune

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Coaster Wars (PG) Waterparks (PG)

Island Hunters (G)

Cutthroat Kitchen (N) (G)

Island Hunters (G)

Coaster Wars

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Jeff Dunham (14)

Food Network Star (N) (G)

Beach Flip (N) (G) Å

Big Crazy Family Adventure (N) Å

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7:00

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Jeff Dunham (14)

Guy’s Grocery Games (N) (G)

Guy’s Games (G)

Beach Bargain (G)

American Dad (14) Family Guy (14)

Thrills (PG)

Cleveland (14)

Cleveland (14)

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Mother

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Deadliest Catch: The Bait Captains and guests take shelter. (N) (14) Å

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Fresh Prince (PG)

Period (14)

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Deadliest Catch: The Bait Captains and guests take shelter. (14) Å

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The Middle (PG)

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Frasier (PG) Å

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Cleveland (14)

King of Hill (PG)

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10:30

Baseball Tonight (N) (Live) Å

K.C. Undercover

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Eating Giants: Elephant (PG) Chrisley (14)

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Ink Master “Fight or Flight” (N) (14,L)

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Eyewitness News at 10pm (N) Å

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Key & Peele (14)

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The Last Ship “Solace” (14,L,V) Å

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Jail (PG,L) Å

Jail (14) Å

Alaskan Bush People “Rocky Seas” Billy Catching Monsters The final day of tuna Alaskan Bush People “Rocky Seas” Billy Catching Monsters The final day of tuna Alaskan Bush People The Brown boys and three of his sons travel home. season. (N) (PG) Å and three of his sons travel home. season. (In Stereo) (PG) Å work a demolition job. (14) Å

Alaskan Bush People: Off the Grid “A Big Gamble” (In Stereo) Å

(6:00) Alaskan

Jail (14,L,V) Å

Baseball Tonight (N) (Live) Å

Movie: “Cleveland Abduction” (2015) Taryn Manning, Raymond Cruz. A single mother spends 11 years locked inside Ariel Castro’s home. (14,L,S,V) Å

Jail (PG,L) Å

0 DISC Bush People (14)

Cops (14,V) Å

Movie: › “The Hot Chick” (2002)

Cops (PG) Å

Cleveland Abduction: Beyond the Head- Beyond the Headlines: The Gabby lines (14) Å Douglas Story (G) Å

Cops (14,V) Å

Cops (14) Å

Cops (14) Å

Movie: ››‡ “Rise of the Guardians” (2012, Adventure) Voices of Chris Pine, Alec Baldwin.

Cops (PG) Å

Cops (14) Å

Movie: “Cleveland Abduction” (2015) Taryn Manning, Raymond Cruz. A single mother spends 11 years locked inside Ariel Castro’s home. (14,L,S,V) Å

Cops (PG) Å

Movie: ››‡ “Rise of the Guardians” (2012, Adventure) Voices of Chris Pine, Alec Baldwin.

“Kidnapped: Hannah” (14)

7 SPIKE Cops (PG) Å 8 FX Train Dragon

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Friends (PG) Å

Grimm “Face Off” (14,V) Å (DVS)

SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å

Falling Skies (14) Å

Criminal Minds “Carbon Copy” (14)

Fresh Prince (PG)

Friends (In Stereo) (14) Å

Movie: ›‡ “Little Fockers” (2010, Comedy) Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller.

Movie: ›‡ “Half Baked” (1998) Dave Chappelle, Guillermo Diaz. Å

Bride- St. (PG)

Austin & Ally (In Stereo) (G) Å

Mod Fam (PG)

Dare to Wear (In Stereo) (PG) Å

Girl Meets World (G) Å

Mr. Robot Elliot is torn. (14)

Say Yes (PG)

Austin & Ally (In Stereo) (G) Å

Say Yes (PG)

Jessie (In Stereo) (G) Å

Insane Pools: Off the Deep End (14)

Movie: ›‡ “Jaws 3” (1983, Horror) Dennis Quaid. ‘PG’ Å

Mod Fam (PG)

Love; Lust (PG)

Phineas and Ferb “Last Day of Summer” Jessie (In Stereo) (In Stereo) (G) Å (G) Å

Mr. Robot Elliot is torn. (14)

Mod Fam (PG)

Dare to Wear (In Stereo) (PG) Å

Insane Pools: Off the Deep End (PG)

Jessie “Rossed at Sea” (G) Å

Insane Pools: Off the Deep End (PG)

Mod Fam (PG)

Bride- St. (PG)

Mod Fam (PG)

Jessie “Rossed at Sea” (G) Å

Say Yes (PG)

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Mod Fam (PG)

Love; Lust (PG)

Insane Pools: Off the Deep End (PG)

Jessie “Rossed at Sea” (G) Å

Insane Pools: Off the Deep End (PG)

Criminal Minds (14) Å (DVS)

30 for 30 Shorts SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å : ESPN2 CFL Football: Calgary Stampeders at Montreal Alouettes. From Percival Molson Memorial Stadium in Montreal. (N) Baseball Tonight (N) (Live) Å MLB Baseball: New York Mets at Los Angeles Dodgers. From Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. (N) (Live) ; ESPN MLB Baseball: Giants at Nationals

Mod Fam (PG)

Insane Pools: Off the Deep End (14)

Movie: ››‡ “Jaws 2” (1978, Horror) Roy Scheider, Lorraine Gary. Tourist town and police chief dread huge white shark at beach. ‘PG’ (Adult language, adult situations, violence) Å

Movie: ››‡ “Olympus Has Fallen” (2013) Gerard Butler. Å (DVS) Movie: ››‡ “Red” (2010) Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman. Å (DVS) < TNT Air Force One Full House (G) Full House (G) Fresh Prince (PG) Fresh Prince (G) Friends (PG) Å Friends (PG) Å > NICK (5:00) Swindle (G) iCarly “iPsycho” (In Stereo) (G) Å Criminal Minds (14) Å (DVS) Criminal Minds “Carbon Copy” (14) Criminal Minds (14) Å (DVS) Criminal Minds “Restoration” (14,L,V) ? A&E Criminal (14) Movie: ››› “13 Going on 30” (2004) Jennifer Garner. Premiere. The 700 Club (In Stereo) (G) Å B FAM (5:30) Movie: ››› “Coming to America” (1988) Key & Peele (14) Key & Peele (14) Futurama (PG) Futurama (PG) South Park (14) South Park (14) Archer (MA) Å Archer (MA) Å C COM Key & Peele (14)

Insane Pools (PG)

Movie: ›››› “Jaws” (1975, Horror) Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw, Richard Dreyfuss. A man-eating shark terrorizes a New

Mod Fam (PG)

I AMC England resort town. ‘PG’ (Adult language, adult situations, violence) Å

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Say Yes (PG)

AP

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Jessie “Bye Bye Bertie” (G) Å

Dark Matter The crew has a stopover.

Dog With a Blog (G) Å

Say Yes (PG)

Killjoys “The Harvest”

K.C. Undercover

Defiance “History Rhymes” (14)

S DISN (Y7) Å

U TLC

Dark Matter The crew has a stopover.

Mysteries at the Museum (PG) Å

Loiter Squad

Eric Andre Show

Mysteries at the Monument (PG)

Childrens (14)

Diners, Drive (G)

Diners, Drive (G)

Golden Girls (PG)

Cops Rel. (PG)

Diners, Drive (G)

Frasier (PG) Å

Josh Wolf

Diners, Drive (G)

Frasier (PG) Å

Cops Rel. (14)

Diners, Drive (G)

House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G)

Diners, Drive (G)

Golden Girls (PG)

JULY 4, 2015 12:00 12:30

Cops Rel. (14)

11:30

Jackie Evancho -- Awakening

Bones The team investigates a woman’s death. (In Stereo) (14) Å

11:00

Austin City Limits “Eric Church” (G)

The Pinkertons “The Devil’s Trade” Spiritualists hire Kate and Will. (PG)

10:30

Ethan Presents (G) Shoeless (G)

Paid Program

Blue Bloods A dose of lidocaine kills a woman. (In Stereo) (14) Å

1st Look (In Stereo) Open House NYC (In Stereo) (PG)

Seinfeld “The FixUp” (PG,D) Å

Saturday Night Live Host Amy Adams; One Direction performs. (In Stereo) (14) Å

Burn Notice “Company Man” Michael works to bring down people. (PG)

10:00

Golden Girls (PG)

Love It or List It “Barb & Pete” (G)

Family Guy (PG)

Killjoys “The Harvest” (N)

Family Guy (14)

Defiance “History Rhymes” (N) (14)

Diners, Drive (G)

The Middle (PG)

9:30

Cops Rel. (PG)

Mysteries at the Museum (PG) Å

American Dad (14) Family Guy (PG)

Mysteries at the Museum (PG) Å

Cleveland (14)

Cleveland (14)

Mysteries at the Monument (N) (PG)

Diners, Drive (G)

9:00

Golden Girls (PG)

House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G)

Bob’s Burgers (14)

King of Hill (PG)

Diners, Drive (G)

8:30

Eyewitness News at 9PM (N)

Josh Wolf

House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G)

Mysteries at the Museum (PG) Å

Diners, Drive (G)

Diners, Drive (G)

Love It or List It “Barb & Pete” (G)

Diners, Drive (G)

8:00

The Middle (PG)

Movie: ››› “Twister” (1996, Action) Helen Hunt, Bill Paxton, Cary Elwes.

7:30

Movie: “Christmas Under Wraps” (2014) Candace Cameron Bure. (G) Å

Reba (PG) Å

Love It or List It “Delilah & Dan” (G)

King of Hill (PG)

V SYFY (4:30) Underworld X TOON Teen Titans (PG) [ TRV Mysteries at (PG) ¨ HGTV Vacation Hse (G) ≠ FOOD Diners, Drive (G) ∞ CMT (6:20) Reba (PG) ≤ HALL Let It Snow (G)

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A Capitol Fourth Celebrating America’s birthday. (N) (G)

Movie: ››› “Rio” (2011, Comedy) Voices of Anne Hathaway, Jesse Eisenberg. Animated. A pet macaw has an adventure with the bird of his dreams.

A Capitol Fourth Celebrating America’s birthday. (G) Å

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Eyewitness News

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20/20 (In Stereo) (PG) Å

Paid Program

Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular Starbursts blaze above the Big Apple. (N) Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular 14 News at (In Stereo Live) (PG) Å (In Stereo) (PG) Å 10:00PM (N) Å

Wheel of Fortune

Have a Turkey Neck? (PG)

The Insider (N) (In Stereo) Å

. $ WFIE (G) Å

Inside Edition Weekend (N) (PG)

Engagement (14)

Paid Program

How I Met Your Mother (14) Å

Movie: ››› “Men of Honor” (2000, Drama) Robert De Niro, Cuba Gooding Jr. Å

Eyewitness News at 10pm (N) Å

The McCarthys (N) The McCarthys (N) 48 Hours (In Stereo) (PG,V) Å (PG) Å (PG) Å

Blue Bloods A mob lawyer is shot. (14)

Fast N’ Loud (In Stereo) (14) Å

The Big Bang Theory (PG)

Fast N’ Loud (In Stereo) (14) Å

Clipped Ben’s one- Cougar Town (In night stand. (MA) Stereo) (14) Å

Fast N’ Loud (In Stereo) (14) Å

Cougar Town (In Stereo) (14) Å

Fast N’ Loud (In Stereo) (14) Å

Movie: ›› “Happy Gilmore” (1996, Comedy) Adam Sandler, Christopher McDonald, Julie Bowen.

Fast N’ Loud (In Stereo) (14) Å

Mike & Molly (14)

The Big Bang Theory (PG)

The Big Bang Theory (PG)

Two and a Half Men (14) Å

The Millers (N) (In Stereo) (PG) Å

The Astronaut Wives Club Deke receives Cook It Out (N) (In Stereo) Å troubling news. (In Stereo) (PG)

The Millers (N) (In Stereo) (PG) Å

Best Wheelbarrow 9 + WEHT Ever! (G)

Two and a Half

L * WEVV Men (14) Å

Blue Bloods “What You See” (PG,L,V)

The Big Bang Theory (14)

The Big Bang Theory (PG)

Blue Bloods “Hall of Mirrors” (14)

Seinfeld “The Fire”

CABLE CHANNELS # WGN-A Blue Bloods (14)

The Big Bang Theory (14)

(6:00) Fast N’ Loud Fast N’ Loud (In Stereo) (14) Å

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0 DISC (14) Å

Mike & Molly (14)

Movie: ››› “Rocky II” (1979)

Movie: ››› “Captain America: The First Avenger” (2011, Action) Chris Evans, Hayley Atwell.

Movie: ›››› “Rocky” (1976) Sylvester Stallone. A heavyweight champ gives a club fighter a title shot. (In Stereo)

Movie: ››› “Captain America: The First Avenger” (2011, Action) Chris Evans, Hayley Atwell.

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Movie: “Double Daddy” (2015, Drama) Mollee Gray, Brittany Curran, Cameron Palatas. A teen impregnates his girlfriend and another student. (14,D,L,S) Å

Karate

Baseball Tonight (N) (Live) Å

NHRA Drag Racing: Summit Racing Equipment Nationals, Qualifying. (N) Å

SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å

2015 Hot Dog Eating Contest

SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å

Baseball Tonight (N) (Live) Å

SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å

30 for 30 Å

Movie: “Perfect High” (2015, Drama) Bella Thorne, Israel Broussard. A teen abuses Movie: “Double Daddy” (2015, Drama) Mollee Gray, Brittany Curran, Cameron painkillers and heroin with her new friends from school. (14,L) Å Palatas. A teen impregnates his girlfriend and another student. (14,D,L,S) Å

(5:00) “Stalked by My Neighbor” (14)

2015 Hot Dog Eating Contest

9 LIFE

: ESPN2 30 for 30 Å ; ESPN Eating Contest

NCIS Petty officer is murdered. (PG)

Oddest Animal Couples (PG)

Graceland “Chester Cheeto” (14)

Oddest Animal Couples (PG)

Royal Pains “Voices Carry” (PG)

Oddest Animal Couples (PG)

WWE Tough Enough (In Stereo) (PG)

World’s Biggest Pets (In Stereo) (PG)

Humans The Hawkins family purchases a Synth. (14,D,L,S,V) Å

NCIS A missing Navy lieutenant. (PG)

Oddest Animal Couples (PG)

Movie: ››› “Independence Day” (1996, Science Fiction) Will Smith, Bill Pullman, Jeff Goldblum. Earthlings vs. evil aliens in 15-mile-wide ships. ‘PG-13’ (Adult situations, violence) Å

World’s Biggest Pets (In Stereo) (PG)

(6:00) Movie: ››› “Independence Day” (1996, Science Fiction) Will Smith, Bill Pullman. Earthlings vs.

Movie: ››‡ “The Matrix Revolutions” (2003) Keanu Reeves. Neo, Morpheus and Trinity battle vicious machines. Movie: ››‡ “Terminator Salvation” (2009) Christian Bale. Å (DVS) Movie: ›› “Bad Boys II” (2003) < TNT Matrix Reload Nicky, Ricky (G) Henry Danger (G) Full House (G) Full House (G) Friends (PG) Å Friends (14) Å Friends Ross asks Emily to stay. (PG) Friends (PG) Å Fresh Prince (PG) > NICK Henry Danger (G) Thundermans (G) 100 Things (G) Storage Wars The largest windfalls from the series. (In Stereo) (PG) Å Storage Wars The largest windfalls from the series. (In Stereo) (PG) Å ? A&E Storage Wars (PG) Storage Wars The largest windfalls from the series. (In Stereo) (PG) Å Movie: ›››› “Forrest Gump” (1994) Tom Hanks. An innocent man enters history from the ’50s to the ’90s. Movie: ››› “The Princess Bride” (1987) Cary Elwes, Robin Wright. B FAM (5:30) Movie: ››› “Steel Magnolias” (1989) Sally Field. Movie: ››› “Hot Tub Time Machine” (2010, Comedy) John Cusack, Rob Corddry. Å C COM Drunk History (14) Drunk History (14) Drunk History (14) Movie: ››› “Hot Tub Time Machine” (2010, Comedy) John Cusack, Rob Corddry. Å

NCIS “Escaped” (PG,L) Å

I AMC evil aliens in 15-mile-wide ships. ‘PG-13’ (Adult situations, violence) Å

To Be Announced

Girl Meets World (G) Å

Dog With a Blog (G) Å

Best Friends When- Jessie “Badfellas” ever (G) (G) Å

Jessie “Evil Times Two” (G) Å

Girl Meets World (G) Å

Twilight Zone (PG)

Lab Rats: Bionic Island Sebastian secretly forms a rebellion. (G) Å

(6:00) NCIS (PG)

AP

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Best Friends When- K.C. Undercover K.C. has an undercover K.C. Undercover mission. (Y7) Å (Y7) Å

Twilight Zone (PG)

The Dead Files (PG) Å

Twilight Zone (PG)

Twilight Zone (PG)

Undercover Boss (PG) Å

Twilight Zone (PG)

Ghost Adventures (PG) Å

Dragon Ball Z (PG) Dragon Ball Z (PG) Dragon Ball Z (PG) Dragon Ball Z (PG)

Twilight Zone (PG)

Twilight Zone (PG)

The Dead Files (PG) Å

American Dad (14) Family Guy (14)

Twilight Zone (PG)

Twilight Zone (PG)

Boondocks (MA)

Undercover Boss “Mack Trucks” (PG)

Undercover Boss “Mack Trucks” (PG)

The Dead Files (PG) Å

Cleveland (14)

Twilight Zone (PG)

Twilight Zone (PG)

Cleveland (14)

Undercover Boss (PG) Å

Undercover (PG)

Ghost Adventures (PG) Å

King of Hill (PG)

Undercover Boss (PG) Å

Twilight Zone (PG)

Ghost Adventures (PG) Å

Dragon Ball Z (PG) King of Hill (PG)

Twilight Zone (PG)

Teen Titans (PG)

Diners, Drive (G)

House Hunters Renovation (G) Å

Diners, Drive (G)

Golden Girls (PG)

Diners, Drive (G)

Diners, Drive (G)

Property Brothers (G) Å

Diners, Drive (G)

Frasier (PG) Å

Cops Rel. (PG)

Golden Girls (PG)

Diners, Drive (G)

Diners, Drive (G)

Josh Wolf

House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G)

Property Brothers “Kari & Boris” (G)

Frasier (PG) Å

Diners, Drive (G)

Diners, Drive (G)

Golden Girls (PG)

Ron White’s Comedy Salute to the Troops 2015 (14,D,L)

House Hunters Renovation (G) Å

Lakefront Brgn (G)

Golden Girls (PG)

Josh Wolf

Diners, Drive (G)

5 Restaurants (G)

Movie: “A Bride for Christmas” (2012) Arielle Kebbel, Andrew Walker. (G) Å

Urban Cowboy: The Rise and Fall of Gilley’s (PG,L)

Diners, Drive (G)

(5:00) Movie: ››› “Twister” (1996, Action) Helen Hunt.

Diners, Drive (G)

(6:00) Movie: “A Very Merry Mix-Up” (2013) Alicia Witt. (G)

Property Brothers (G) Å

Food Parad. (PG)

Undercover Boss (PG) Å

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Golden Girls (PG)

Beat Bobby (G)

Aqua Teen (PG) Time Trav. (PG)

Family Guy (PG)

Teen Titans (PG)

The Middle (PG)

Beat Bobby (G)

House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G)

The Middle (PG)

Party Down South (14) Å

Beat Bobby (G)

Beat Bobby (G) The Middle (PG)

Party Down South (N) (14) Å

House Hunters (G) Hunters Int’l (G) Reba (PG) Å

Chopped “Meatball Madness” (G) The Waltons “The Ferris Wheel” (G)

Fixer Upper (G) Å

Cleveland (14) Mysteries at (PG)

Fixer Upper (G) Å (6:20) Reba (PG)

The Middle (PG)

The Waltons (G)

Reba (PG) Å

(6:00) Chopped (G) Chopped “Fig Out” (G)

Fixer Upper (G)

K.C. Undercover

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Court News Continued Drive, Poseyville 12:13 p.m.—Message— Requesting to speak with a deputy reference issues he’s having with a renter at his rental property—Main Street, Wadesville 12:39 p.m.—Message— Requesting to speak with deputy reference the belongings they spoke about earlier— Midway Drive, Poseyville 12:42 p.m.—Disturbance—22 year-old stepdaughter is there refusing to leave. She is causing problems. Female subject is inside the residence now—Caborn Road, Mount Vernon 2:41 p.m.—Message—Female subject stabbed tires on a car that is registered to both of them—Midway Drive, Poseyville 2:51 p.m.—Citizen Dispute—2 female’s have been fighting. 1 female slashed the others tires. Both females are in their apartments now. Caller believes something needs to be done about this—Poplar Street, Cynthiana 5:02 p.m.—Traffic Hazard—Tree across the roadway—Leonard Road, Mount Vernon 6:37 p.m.—Traffic Hazard—Tree across the roadway, both lanes—Waller Hill Road, Poseyville 7:00 p.m.—Suspicious— Young male juvenile sitting on the side of the road near the creek. Concerned he is going to get hit by a vehicle—Showers Road, Cynthiana 8:07 p.m.—Information— Having problems with her mother’s new husband. Request to speak with a deputy—

Caborn Road, Mount Vernon 11:05 p.m.—Motorist Assist—Small blue car pulled over on the side of the road. Thinks there is someone in it, lights keep coming on periodically. Unsure if they’re stranded or flashing lights for help—Hwy 62, Mount Vernon 11:21 p.m.—Message— Needing to speak with the deputy that arrested him last night reference his gun that was taken out of the vehicle— Boberg Road, Evansville 11:37 p.m.—Motorist Assist—Flat bed semi—I-64, Poseyville Traffic Violations April 27, 2015 Gabriel Adams, 17, Mount Vernon, failure to yield, $6.50 plus costs; Gabriel Adams, 17, Mount Vernon, expired license plate, dismissed; Charles F. Armour, 43, Hartford, Ky., 56/40, amended to 45/40, $6.50 plus costs; Amy R. Arthur, 39, Grayville, Ill., failure to obey signs/markings, $11.50 plus costs; Michael Ausbrooks, 38, Newburgh, 75/55, $11.50 plus costs; Maria M. Barnhart, 32, Mount Vernon, driving while suspended, failure to appear; Maria M. Barnhart, 32, Mount Vernon, 73/55, failure to appear; Jennifer L. Bowman, 38, Mount Vernon, driving while suspended, $6.50 plus costs, driver’s license suspended 90 days; Jennifer L. Bowman, 38, Mount Vernon, disregarding stop sign, $6.50 plus costs, costs suspended; Jennifer L. Bowman, 38, Mount Vernon, expired license plate, $7 plus costs, costs suspended; Alicia

B. Burkeen, 27, Mount Vernon, driving while suspended, failure to appear; Sara J. Burns, 32, Evansville, 70/60, $6.50 plus costs. Michael W. Burris, 56, Evansville, 67/55, $6.50 plus costs; Amber L. Caplinger, 25, Jeffersonville, 80/70, amended to 75/70, $6.50 plus costs; Michael RT Connel, 28, Mount Vernon, driving while suspended, $6.50 plus costs, driver’s license suspended 90 days; Michael RT Connel, 28, Mount Vernon, false/ fictitious registration, $7 plus costs, costs suspended; Joshua A. Davis, 19, Liberty, Mo., 79/70, $6.50 plus costs; Paula M. Duncan, 46, New Harmony, expired license plate, dismissed; James E. Earl, 26, Carmi, Ill., 70/60, $6.50 plus costs; Eddie L. Elmore, 20, Evansville, 80/55, failure to appear; Andrew K. Ensor, 27, Evansville, 68/55, $6.50 plus costs; Russell Essary, 55, Broughton, Ill., 64/55, amended to 60/55, $6.50 plus costs; Nilesh U. Garasia, 36, Chesterfield, Mo., 74/55, $11.50 plus costs; Talon R. Garman, 19, Grayville, Ill., 79/70, $11.50 plus costs; Kara Givens, 21, Evansville, 75/60, $6.50 plus costs; Pamela S. Green, 51, Boonville, driving while suspended, failure to appear. Jia Guo, 29, Newburgh, 78/55, $16.50 plus costs; Brandi L. Hanson, 27, Harrisburg, Ill., 68/55, $6.50 plus costs; Elizabeth Hardebeck, 17, Boonville, 73/60, $6.50 plus costs; Brittany Hargett, 18, Mount Vernon, no insurance, dismissed; Bradley A.

Hill, 59, Evansville, 67/50, $6.50 plus costs; Danny L. Hopper, 54, Mount Carmel, Ill., 65/55, $6.50 plus costs; Charles E. Johnson, 45, Decatur, GA, 90/70, dismissed; Ivory Joyner, 63, Evansville, 70/60, $6.50 plus costs; Chelsea L. Kensinger, 27, Fordland, Mo., 87/70, $11.50 plus costs; Ryan M. Lands, 26, Evansville, 75/60, $6.50 plus costs; Geneva A. Lineberry, 21, Evansville, 70/60, $6.50 plus costs; Taylor A. Lockhart, 23, Evansville, 75/55, failure to appear; Quentin J. Loefler, 21, Elberfeld, 70/60, $6.50 plus costs; Mallory E. Majors, 28, Mount Vernon, 70/60, $6.50 plus costs; Maria L. Mehringer, 20, Owensboro, Ky., 80/55, $16.50 plus costs; Christy M. Mercer, 42, Evansville, 70/60, $6.50 plus costs; Charles Mitchener, 43, Mount Vernon, driving while suspended, failure to appear. Michael W. Montgomery, 45, Evansville, 77/60, failure to appear; James E. Morris, 46, Evansville, disregarding lighted signal, $6.50 plus costs; Leticia Murray, 34, Chicago, Ill., 81/55, $21.50 plus costs; Chay D. Naas, 27, New Haven, Ill., driving while suspended, $6.50 plus costs, driver’s license suspended 90 days; Chay D. Naas, 27, New Haven, Ill., 85/55, $21.50 plus costs; Benton J. Partlow, 48, Middletown, Del., 77/60, $11.50 plus costs; Michael W. Peerman, 44, Mount Vernon, 70/55, $6.50 plus costs; Bo Tyler Perry, 35, Boonville, 70/55, $6.50 plus costs; Julia E. Pfeifer, 32, Marion, Ill., expired license plates,

dismissed; Malcolm G. Phillips, 51, Evansville, driving while suspended, failure to appear; Malcolm G. Phillips, 51, Evansville, 69/55, failure to appear; Malcolm G. Phillips, 51, Evansville, expired license plate, failure to appear; Vernon J. Radford, 36, Ririe, Idaho, speed greater than reasonable, $6.50 plus costs; Cheral L. Ricketts, 49, Poseyville, 70/55, $6.50 plus costs. Donald B. Roberts, 47, Albion, Ill., failure to obey signs/markings, $11.50 plus costs; Brandon J. Robinson, 27, Evansville, driving while suspended, failure to appear; Brandon J. Robinson, 27, Driving while suspended, failure to appear; Robert D. Royer, 63, Mount Vernon, 79/55, $16.50 plus costs; Randall R. Ryan, 45, Milford, Mich., improper passing, failure to appear; Stephen S. Sawyer, 56, Wadesville, 65/55, $6.50 plus costs; Kendra E. Scheu, 20, Evansville, 80/60, $11.50 plus costs; Tabitha L. Seabeck, 22, Evansville, 73/55, failure to appear; Brandon C. Shumate, 44, New Harmony, 65/55, $6.50 plus costs; Christopher L. Siemers, 66, Evansville, passing improperly of signs/ markings, $6.50 plus costs; Nathaniel J. Spann, 19, New Harmony, 72/55, $11.50 plus costs; Nathaniel J. Spann, 19, New Harmony, no insurance, dismissed; Phillip J. Stephens, 37, Madisonville, Ky., 75/60, $6.50 plus costs; Russell C. Surratt, 41, Evansville, no valid license, $6.50 plus costs. Glenda R. Terrell, 63, Mount Vernon, 80/55, $16.50

plus costs; Brandon H. Thomas, 32, Mount Vernon, 69/55, $6.50 plus costs; Charlotte, Thorbecke, 42, Wadesville, expired license plate, dismissed; Charlotte Thorbecke, 42, Wadesville, no insurance, dismissed; Daniel P. Toon, 18, Mount Vernon, 80/55, $16.50 plus costs; Justin N. Trevino, 18, Mount Vernon, 75/60, $6.50 plus costs; Danny R. Walsh, 57, Mill Shoals, Ill., 60/55, $6.50 plus costs; David N. Wells, 38, Grayville, Ill., failure to obey signs/ markings, $6.50 plus costs; Tyler L. Werner, 19, Olney, Ill., 71/55, failure to appear; Tyler L. Werner, 19, Olney, Ill., no valid license, failure to appear; James M. Wescott, 31, Evansville, expired license plate, dismissed; Charles J. West, 30, Mount Vernon, 65/55, $6.50 plus costs; Dallas T. Wickstrom, 24, Mount Vernon, 70/60, $6.50 plus costs; Shelley F. Wilson, 34, Mount Vernon, 55/40, $6.50 plus costs; Crystal York, 23, Mount Vernon, no insurance, $6.50 plus costs; Bryan N. Zangaro, 36, Cadet, Mo., driving while suspended, failure to appear.

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GOOD NEIGHBORS OF THE WEEK State Representative Wendy McNamara (R-Mount Vernon) presented the Sagamore of the Wabash award to Kay Giles, the Director of the Posey County Council of Aging (PCCA). The award is the highest honor the Governor of Indiana can bestow and is presented to those who have rendered a distinguished service to the state. “Kay has worked tirelessly and with great compassion for the senior citizens of Posey County. She makes the extra effort for them and will often go to rural and isolated homes in the county to assist those who are struggling financially or in need of transportation,” said Rep. McNamara. Giles has been working for PCCA for the past 35 years, and even with a decrease in funds from the federal and state government, she has secured funding for the council from the Posey County Commissioners. Her diligent work has kept the PCCA up and runKay Giles proudly shows off her PCCA plaque and ning when other counties have had to shut down their is next to her newly received copy of her Council of the aging councils. Giles also manages three senior centers Sagamores of the Wabash award from the State of the in Posey County and provides an outreach for the senior citizens of the community. Indiana. Photo by Zach Straw

“Her hard work and philanthropic endeavors speak volumes about her dedication and commitment to our community,” said Rep. McNamara. “Kay has dedicated her life to serving others and is a shining example of the wonderful people we have in Posey County.”

State Representative Wendy McNamara, left, (R-Mount Vernon) presents the Sagamore of the Wabash award to Kay Giles, the Director of the Posey County Council of Aging (PCCA). Photo by Laura Newman

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Sally and Charles Huck spend quality time with their son Scott (center) at The Fundraiser for the Dogs at New Harmonie Healthcare. Photo by Zach Straw

Henry Rexing, Danny Memmer, and Vince Gwaltney share some laughs during the Keck-Gonnerman Red Wagon Day on Saturday. The weather was great for the total of 23 tractors that made it to the event at The Red Wagon in Poseyville. Photo by Theresa Bratcher

Becky Brown, Jill Kinder, Maggie Cardy, Kelsey Sellers and Heather Kern are all smiles at New Harmonie Healthcare’s Fundraiser for the Dogs on Thursday morning. Photo by Zach Straw

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