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Stephenson sentenced to life without parole

By Chris McHenry Contributor Charles R. “Steve” Stephenson was sentenced to life without parole Tuesday, July 2, by Dearborn Circuit Court Judge James D. Humphrey. Monday, May 20, a jury found Stephenson, 59, Walton, Ky., guilty of murdering and robbing Leigh Jennings, 67, of 107B Aspen Ridge, Aurora, in March 2012. The jury recommended he be sentenced to life without parole in the final phase of the trial the following day.

Tuesday, Stephenson and his at- to testimony in the case. torney indicated they plan to appeal Stephenson, dressed in a jail the sentence. jumpsuit, in contrast to the Jennings was beaten to conservative business suit death with a pepper grinder he wore during the trial, sat and iron skillet, according quietly as several people to testimony at the trial. Her offered statements. body was found by neighAll of them spoke dibors Thursday evening, rectly to Stephenson. April 5, 2012, but testimoJennings' son Bryan ny indicated she was killed Charles “Steve” Sieve pointed out that the Thursday, March 29, 2012. Stephenson murder had impacted not Stephenson owed a dozen only her family but also people a total of $424,500 at the Stephenson’s family. time of Jennings' death, according Both of Stephenson's children,

“At least you will not be able to harm another person. I take a small measure of comfort from knowing that you will draw your last breath in your cell.” Victoria Sieve

Leigh Jennings’ granddaughter Sarah Stephenson, 23, and Robert Harley Stephenson, 25, had testified in the sentencing phase of the

trail. The daughter had said her father “would never hurt a fly” and

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The fireworks fly during the early Fourth of July celebration along the Ohio River in Aurora Saturday night, June 29.

Ceremony honors and remembers fallen soldier By Denise Freitag Burdette Assistant Editor

Over two years after he was killed by a sniper while serving in the Army in Afghanastan, Pfc. Zachary Salmon will be honored with a Honor and Remember Flag Ceremony at 2 p.m. Sunday, July 14, at the Lawrenceburg American Legion. Everyone is invited to attend the ceremony, to show their appreciation and respect for the sacrifice made by Salmon when he was killed at age 21 Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2011. The mission of Honor and Remember, a national campaign of rememberance, is “to create, establish and promote a nationally recognized flag that would fly continuously as a visible reminder to all Americans of the lives lost in defense of our national freedoms. All Military lives lost not only in action but also in service, from our

nation’s inception.” Tim Kieffer, Indiana Patriot Guard SE Region Captain, said he received a call from Honor and Remember member Theresa Jackson Hopkins, Corbin, Ky., a Blue Star Mother and Gold Star Aunt, about helping put together a ceremony for Salmon. Kieffer, Batesville, who works at Ardaugh Group, the former Anchor Glass, Greendale, said a lot of people have worked together to plan the ceremony. Salmon, father of one son, grew up in Harrison before moving to Pigeon Forge, Tenn., where he graduated high school. The son of Renee Cross and Steven Salmon, he enlisted in the Army in March 2010 and was deployed in September 2010. He is buried in Riverview Cemetery in Aurora. Gold Star mother Linda Seig, Weisburg, who lost her son Army Pfc. Anthony P. Seig, will be the speaker. Seig, a 2005 East Central High School graduate, was killed by indirect fire at

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Aurora's new hearing officer has held “court” twice so far, with the next session scheduled for Thursday, July 18. So far, those cited into code court have failed to show up, said Aurora City Attorney/ Manager Jeff Stratman. Nonetheless, the process is going well, said Stratman. Hearing officer Matt Hagenbush approved tear-down orders for two structures: a garage at Bea Trotto's property, 602 W. Conwell St., and a house at Larry Ashcraft's property, 136 W. Fourth St. Under its unsafe building ordinance, the city can pay to have a building demolished and submit the cost as a property lien. It also can remedy other code violations, from weed cutting to residential rehabilitation, and submit liens for the costs. The city recently advertised for bids and qualifications from contractors interested in doing such work. Hagenbush, originally from the Ft. Wayne area, graduated cum laude from Arizona State, then graduated from law school at Indiana University in 2008, he said. He worked three years for the Indiana Department of Child Services, beginning in 2009. In 2012, he began private

L’burg council gets down to business By Chandra L. Mattingly Staff Reporter

An inter-local agreement to pass grant money from Lawrenceburg through Dillsboro City Council to Multiple Machining was approved Monday, July 2, by Lawrenceburg City Council. City attorney Leslie Votaw said the only change from a previous version was the addition of a requirement that at the end of the grant fund distribution, Dillsboro would report back to the city any discrepancies. The Dillsboro-based company, 10150 Lenover St., had been awarded a $400,000 grant from the City of Lawrenceburg Regional Economic Grant Program toward a $2 million expansion project. In other business, the city council approved filing a waiver of non compliance

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practice with fellow attorney Michael Sarapata in Lawrenceburg. With his knowledge of how government works, Hagenbush, 30, deals with everything from child welfare and criminal defense to family law and guardianships, he said. “If it sounds intriguing to me … I'll give it a shot,” he said. He was invited to become Aurora's hearing officer partly because he's not originally from the area, said Stratman. “There's a very small-town atmosphere around here,” agreed Hagenbush. “I don't know those names so everyone coming into my hearing room is just a person. And I have no loyalty to Lawrenceburg or Aurora. They wanted it to be clear there would be no favorites played,” he said. His goal is to make sure the regulations of the City of Aurora are followed, he said, calling himself “pretty reasonable” and objective. “I will hold the city to the same standard that I hold the people in my hearing room,” he said. If the city doesn't do what it is supposed to, he will ensure it deals with matters as city code requires. His goal is not to punish people, but to see that the code is followed, he said. It's imperative to treat people the right way, added Hagenbush.

for AEP's gas-powered generating plant on U.S. 50. The waiver should allow AEP to qualify for tax deductions for a tax abatement for 2013 payable 2014, said Lawrenceburg Clerk-treasurer Jackie Stutz. The council also passed a resolution dealing with the Public Employee Retirement Fund regarding firefighters. Councilwoman Jane Pope noted the downtown district Lawrenceburg sign “looks wonderful” and thanked Main Street's Pat Krider. Mel Davis, utilities director, said the city is going to add lighting for the sign. In earlier meetings Monday, Lawrenceburg Board of Works members accepted low bids, both from the Paul Rohe Co., for two projects: the Fall Fest Improvement Project and the S. Tanner's

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Winner drawn for the Where is This contest Aurora's Where is This Contest contestants weren't boxed in by the May/June feature. Main Street Aurora received 14 entries, all of them correct, for the bimonthly contest featuring architectural features in downtown Aurora, said Main Street Aurora Director Karla Schmeltzer. The item, shown in the Main Street Aurora May/ June newsletter, was a mystery box located at 205 Fifth St. A drawing was held from all of the correct entries, with Donna Fisher the winner of the drawing. She received a $20 check from Main Street Aurora. “Congratulations to all of those who entered the contest,” said Schmeltzer. “Watch for the next Main Street Aurora newsletter with the mystery item picture in your Aurora Utilities

George Bedunah

George William Bedunah, 67, of Dillsboro, Ind., passed away Tuesday, June 25, 2013. He was born Monday, April 8, 1946, in Indiana, son of Harriett McFadden Finnerity. He worked as a machinist for Batesville Products, retiring after over 14 years of service. George loved sitting in his recliner watching TV, or going to the old car shows, and he also enjoyed cooking, especially spicy things. His greatest joy was time spent with family and friends. Surviving are wife, Debbie Bedunah of Dillsboro, Ind.; mother, Harriet “June” Finnerity of Lawrenceburg, Ind.; children, Shelby Bedunah of Dillsboro, Ind., James (Heather) Bedunah of Versailles, Ind., Stephanie (Jason) Thompson of Monticello, Ind., Todd (Amanda) Helton of Deputy, Ind.; grandchildren, Ayanna and Mya Thompson and January Helton; uncle, Melvin McFadden Sr., of Fla.; long time friend, Wendall Thomas of Moores Hill, Ind., and several cousins and friends. A memorial visitation will be held at the family’s convenience. Contributions may be made to the family.

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Caroline C. McCarty, 65, of Versailles, passed away Monday, July 1, 2013, at Ripley Crossing in Milan. She was born in the Tanglewood Community near Versailles Oct. 6, 1947, the daughter of Lee and Mary Ann Firth Strubbe. She was married to Jack McCarty March 25, 1970, and he survives. Other survivors include three sons, Brian (Mary) McCarty, Brad (Elizabeth) McCarty, and Tyler McCarty and his companion Ashley, all of Versailles; five grandchildren, Abby, Connor, Cameron, Emma, and Tanner McCarty; two brothers, Robert (Mary) Strubbe of Versailles and Stephen (Madeline) Strubbe of Summerville, S.C., and one sister, Judith Smith of Versailles. She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother, Firth Shelpman. Mrs. McCarty was a 1965 graduate of Versailles High School and received her bachelor of science degree in education from Ball State University in 1974. She was an elementary teacher at Cross Plains and Moores Hill and had finished her teaching career at the Aurora Elementary School. Caroline was a member of the Tanglewood Baptist Church and the Versailles American Legion Auxiliary. Funeral services will be held Saturday, July 6, at 10:30 a.m. at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles with the Rev. Becky Pohle officiating. Burial will be in the Tanglewood Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday, July 5, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Memorials may be given to the ALS Foundation (Lou Gehrigs Disease) or the Tanglewood Cemetery in care of the funeral home.

Imogene Steigerwald

Imogene Steigerwald, 88, passed away on Saturday, June 29, 2013. She was born September 29, 1924, in Toledo, Ohio, daughter of the late James and Evelyn (Mack) Mickens. Imogene retired from Schenley. She will be sadly missed by family and friends. She is survived by her son, Larry Steigerwald; 3 grandchildren, Chelsea Shinkle, Swede Steigerwald, Ryan Howard; and 8 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Rita Steigerwald. Family and friends are invited to attend a memorial service at St. Lawrence Catholic Church, Lawrenceburg, Monday, July 8, 2013, at 10 a.m. with Father Peter Gallagher officiating. Contributions may be made


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Roy Melvin “Slick” Lambert Jr., 88, of Aurora, Ind., passed away Tuesday, July 2, 2013, in Lawrenceburg, Ind. He was born Friday, May 22, 1925, in Aurora, Ind., son of the late Roy Melvin Lambert Sr. and the late Marie Felker Lambert. Roy graduated from Aurora High School in 1943 and went directly into the Navy. He fought at Iwo Jima and Okanawa in WWII. While at Iwo he saw the flag raising atop Mt. Serabachi. His ship was sunk at Okanawa by a Japanese Kamikaze pilot. Being badly burned in this action, he received the Purple Heart and was discharged after months of convalescence. His working career was with the I & M Power Plant and the U.S. Post Office. He was an officer in the American Legion Post 231, a charter member of the Aurora VFW, a member of the Disabled American Veterans, Past Master of the Aurora Masonic Lodge, Past President of the South Dearborn School Corporation, former Deacon of the Aurora Baptist Church, and one of the original founders of the Aurora Pee Wee Football Organization. Roy “Slick” will be sadly missed by his family and friends. Surviving are his loving wife, Marjorie (nee Cook) Lambert and he was the loving father of Roy (Neysa) Lambert, Jan (Benny) Robert, Jill Liddle and Thomas Lambert. He is also survived by 11 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by parents, Roy and Marie Felker Lambert and by his siblings, Jean Hill and Harley Lambert. Friends will be received 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, July 8, 2013, at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, Aurora, Ind. Services will be held at the funeral home immediately following visitation at 2 p.m. with Pastor Charles Hill officiating. Interment will follow in the Riverview Cemetery, Aurora, Ind. Military graveside services will be conducted by members of local veterans service organizations. Contributions may be made to the Shriners’ Burn Institute.



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Traffic stop leads to heroin arrests A traffic stop Friday, June 28, by Indiana State Police Senior Trooper Jimmy Wells led to a drug arrest, said a news release from ISP Sgt. Noel Houze, public information officer. Wells was patrolling Interstate 74 at about 12:35 p.m. when he stopped a 2000 Honda Odyssey van for a minor traffic violation at the 170 mile marker in the eastbound lane, said Houze. The driver was identified as Arlin B. Martinez, 22, of Chicago. During the course of the traffic stop, Wells became suspicious of criminal activity and called for a K-9 unit, said Houze. Batesville Police Officer Danny Hamilton responded with his K-9 partner Jinx. As Hamilton walked Jinx around the vehicle, the dog alerted, indicating the presence of drugs, said Houze. A subsequent search of the vehicle yielded four kilos of heroin. Martinez and her passenger, Stephanie Arroyo, 19, Berwyn, Ill, were taken into custody without incident, said Houze. Both were taken to the Dearborn County Law Enforcement Center, Lawrenceburg, and face charges of dealing in a controlled substance. Wells also was assisted by ISP Senior Trooper Adam Bullock and ISP Trooper Brent Miller, said Houze. He noted persons arrested are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law.

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PUBLIC RECORD The following arrests list was obtained from the county sheriff. It contains arrests made by police agencies in the county. ■Carlton ■ James Mooney, 23, of 249 Earnshaw Ave., Cincinnati, was arrested at 12:55 a.m. Monday, June 24, for probation violation. ■Patrik ■ Timothy Joos, 30, of 518 E. Second St., Newport, Ind., was arrested at 10:54 a.m. Monday, June 24, for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. ■Freddie ■ Alen Tanksley, 40, of 12948 Chesterville Road, Moores Hill, was arrested at 12:07 p.m. Monday, June 24, for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. ■Ashley ■ Nicole Freeman, 25, of 5 Morgan St., Cleves, was arrested at 1:51 p.m. Monday, June 24, for probation violation. ■Randy ■ S. Quiksall, 33, of 602 Main St., Lawrenceburg, was arrested at 6:25 p.m. Monday, June 24, for theft and attempted theft. ■Gene ■ Edward Cox, 46, of 363 Short St., Lawrenceburg, was arrested at 9:28 p.m. Monday, June 24, for domestic battery. ■Romney ■ Shea Johnson, 41, of 233 Second St., Aurora, was arrested at 9:50 p.m. Monday, June 24, for public intoxication. ■Anthony ■ Hawkins, 38, of 443 Sheldon St., Greeendale, was arrested at 10:19 a.m. Tuesday, June 25, for probation violation. ■Larry ■ V. Brierley, 45, of 6367 Taylor Sport Drive, Hebron, Ky., was arrested at 2:41 p.m. Tuesday, June 25, for theft and attempted theft. ■Marc ■ Zak Lunsford, 30, of 1116 Mountain Way, Lawrenceburg, was arrested at 6:58 p.m. Tuesday, June 25, for probation violation. ■Ashley ■ Lynn Lunsford, 27, of 1116 Mountain Way, Lawrenceburg, was arrested at 6:58 p.m. Tuesday, June 25, for probation violation. ■Nicole ■ Lynn Farmer, 20, of 20878 Burtzelback Road, Lawrenceburg, was arrested at 7:26 p.m. Tuesday, June 25, for operator never licensed. ■Scott ■ John Johnston, 48, of 321 Walnut St., Lawrenceburg, was arrested at 9:25 p.m. Tuesday, June 25, for accident-leaving the scene-injury or death, operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and operating a motor vehicle while intoxicatedchemical test refusal. ■Joanna ■ Kelly Cherry, 42, of 547 Indiana Ave., Aurora, was arrested at 10:24 p.m. Tuesday, June 25, for accident- leaving

NEWS BRIEFS Artists needed for Arts Alive! Fair LAWRENCEBURG- Art, in all its forms, is the sole focus of the Arts Alive! Arts Fair. Artists are needed for the Arts Alive! Arts Fair in Agner Hall in the Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds. The eighth annual Arts Alive! Arts Fair, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, will feature local artists displaying and selling their works and live performances by local artists. Artists have the opportunity to participate in this event by submitting an application and $25 booth registration fee. There will be food available. For more information, contact the Dearborn Highlands Arts Council website at or at 1-812-539-4251.

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MOORES HILL- Moores Hill Baptist Church, behind the Moores Hill Post Office, is having a garage sale in the fellowship hall from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, July 18, and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, July 19. Donations may be brought to the church until July 14. Call 1-812-744-6880 if you want to drop off donations.

West Nile activity has been confirmed INDIANAPOLIS- State health officials have confirmed the first signs of the West Nile virus activity in Indiana this year. Mosquitoes in Adams County tested positive for West Nile virus last week. The detection of West Nile virus is earlier than normal for the state; which typically holds off until mid-summer. West Nile virus is commonly found throughout the state in the summer and there will likely be an increase in activity in additional counties as the season progresses. Last year, West Nile virus was found in mosquitoes in every county except Crawford County. It is impossible to pre-

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City council, BOW sets agendas GREENDALE- The City of Greendale Board of Works will meet at 5 p.m. Wednesday, July 10, at the City Utilities Building, 510 Ridge Ave. Agenda items include 2013 curb/sidewalk project Minger Drive extension, Tanners Creek force main, State Line U.S. 50 project – LPA agreement, Greendale Pool, 214 Parkside Tract E – purchase, Ridge / Tanner lift station project, SDRSD attorney selection, project update, MGP sewer rate, Best Way garbage proposal and any and all other matters that come before the board. Council will meet at 6 p.m. Agenda items include department reports, pool update, ADA transition plan update and any and all other matters that come before the board.

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the scene-injury or death. ■Chad ■ Douglas Baker, 31, of 661 Elsbury Court, Lawrenceburg, was arrested at 6:07 p.m. Wednesday, June 26, for probation violation. ■Chip ■ Kennedy, 31, of 11600 North Hogan Road, Aurora, was arrested at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday, June 26, for battery-injury, domestic battery and battery in presence of child. ■Jonathan ■ David Tabar, 22, of 14154 Livingston Road, Aurora, was arrested at 11:02 p.m. Wednesday, June 26, for failure to appear in court. ■Elizabeth ■ Florence Collier, 24, of 6865 Wilmington Pike, Aurora, was arrested at 12:20 a.m. Thursday, June 27, for domestic battery and interference with reporting a crime. ■Michelle ■ Renee Tollefson, 31, of 2257 E. County Road 1300N, Batesville, was arrested at 7:06 a.m. Thursday, June 27, for failure to appear in court. ■Jerry ■ Davis Jr., 32, of 6010 Dahlgreen, Cincinnati, was arrested at 7:41 a.m. Thursday, June 27, for probation violation and possession of marijuana (previous conviction). ■Lisa ■ Marie Haney, 34, of 545 W. High St., Lawrencburg, was arrested at 12:51 a.m. Friday, June 28, for failure to appear in court. ■Jennifer ■ M. Bowling, 36, of 1186 Forest Drive, Lawrenceburg, was arrested at 1:23 a.m. Friday, June 28, for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. ■Joseph ■ Michael Jergens, 48, of 156 Green Knoll Drive, Franklin, Ohio, was arrested at 2:20 a.m. Friday, June 28, for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated- chemical test refusal. ■Christina ■ Lynn Lanham, 40, of 22530 Collins Lane, Sunman, was arrested at 3:08 a.m. Friday, June 28, for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. ■Dipesh ■ Kumar Patel, 32, of 1805 Airport Blvd., Erlanger, Ky., was arrested at 2:18 p.m. Friday, June 28, for probation violation. ■Arlin ■ B. Martinez, 22, of 6600 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago, Ill. was arrested at 6:30 p.m. Friday, June 28, for dealing in a narcotic drug (heroin). ■Stephanie ■ Arroyo, 19, of 2622 N, Mead, Chicago, Ill., was arrested at 8:04 p.m. Friday, June 28, for dealing in a narcotic drug (heroin). ■Brandon ■ Lee Eldridge, 19, of 7766 N. Spades Road, Milan, was arrested at 8:11 p.m. Friday, June 28, for possession of paraphernalia.



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A marriage fight brews back home

At our state’s signature an- any person of life, liberty or nual event – the Indianapolis property, without due process 500 – where we present our- of law; nor deny to any perselves to a worldwide audi- son within its jurisdiction the ence, the actor Jim Nabors equal protection of the laws.” sings the words that are so In 2011, before Indiana Redear to many of us: “Back publicans took super majorities home again, in Indiana . . . .” in both chambers, the House The irony here is that Na- backed the gay marriage ban bors is not only gay, but last 70-26 with 14 Democrats votJanuary he and his longtime ing with the majority, and it partner, Stan Cadwallader, passed the Senate 40-10, with traveled to Seattle where they four Democrats joining the matied the knot. Here in Indiana, jority. So the chances of they would have few this ending up on the legal rights afforded November 2014 baltraditionally married lot are pretty good. couples. Will voters pass it, I bring this up as the Governor exin light of Wednespects them to do? day’s U.S. Supreme In modern poliCourt rulings that tics, few issues have knocked down the shifted as dramatical1996 Defense of BRIAN ly as gay marriage. Marriage Act, and In a May national HOWEY punted a challenge Pew Research Poll, to California’s Prop51 percent backed osition 8 back to a same-sex marriage, up from lower court. In doing so, the 32 percent in 2003. high court did essentially two In the April Howey Polithings. It opened up federal tics Indiana Poll conducted by rights for domestic partners Republican pollster Christine to do things other married Matthews, 50 percent supportcouples do, like filing joint ed the constitutional amendtaxes and maintaining proper- ment and 46 percent opposed. ty, deathbed and inheritance In the October 2012 Howey/ rights. DePauw Indiana Battleground It also preserved the right Poll, 48 percent backed the of states to define marriage. amendment and 45 percent The reaction here is the were against. reestablishment of a battle we In the April poll, indepenwill have in 2014, which is to dent voters were split with 44 place in the state constitution percent backing the amendthe definition of marriage as ment and 42 percent opposed, between one man and one compared to 37/53 percent for woman. Indiana already has a Democrats and 57/37 percent law on the books that makes for Republicans. But among gay marriage illegal. younger and older RepubliGov. Mike Pence and Re- cans, cross tabulations show publican legislative leaders that those 18 to 44 years old that include House Speak- favored the amendment 52/43 er Brian Bosma and Senate percent, compared to those 45 President Pro Tem David and over who favored it 60 to Long are signaling their in- 33 percent. So the movement on the tent on passing for a second time this constitutional issue is fluid, even among Hooamendment, then goes on the sier Republicans. It underscored a conversaNovember 2014 ballot for tion I had with conservative voters to decide. Pence said, “I am confi- State Sen. Brent Waltz, Rdent that Hoosiers will re- Greenwood, who vowed to affirm our commitment to vote for the amendment, but traditional marriage and will added, “We’re probably on the consider this important ques- wrong side of history.” To me the obvious comprotion with civility and respect mise here would be to accord for the values and dignity of Hoosier gay couples with doall of the people of our state. mestic partnership rights. But I look forward to supporting there is great resistance to this efforts by members of the in Republican legislative cirIndiana General Assembly to cles, leaving themselves open place a constitutional amend- to charges of bigotry and exment on the ballot for voter posed on the basic notion of consideration next year.” fairness. Long said he would inThe other aspect is, our struct his legal staff and ex- state’s jobless rate is above 8 perts to “conduct a thorough percent and has been for more analysis” of the case. Attor- than four years. In the fight ney General Greg Zoeller over Right to Work a couple will as well. “I fully antici- years ago, the mantra was we pate that both the Senate and have to do whatever possible to House will be voting on a attract jobs. marriage amendment next But Indiana’s biggest corposession,” Long predicted. rations like Eli Lilly and CumHouse Minority Leader mins view this amendment as Scott Pelath, D-Michigan City, an obstacle to hiring the best sees it as branding the state’s and brightest. Beyond the banks of the Waconstitution with “inequality,” creating a “blemish on Indiana bash and the new-mown hay, we face so many profound history.” Several have suggested and festering issues, and such a constitutional amend- we’re about to plunge into ment will put the state at odds one of the most divisive. with the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution: “All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to juBrian Howey is a third generarisdiction thereof, are citizens tion Indiana journalist who has of the United States and of emerged as one of the Midthe state wherein they reside. west's leading political anaNo state shall make or enforce lysts. His weekly Politicking any law which shall abridge column reaches more than the privileges or immunities 250,000 readers via more than of citizens of the United States 25 newspapers. nor shall any state deprive

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Thanking our unsung heroes Whether it is in the middle of the night or in the middle of a family dinner, the men and women of our local fire departments and EMS units respond. They respond to thousands of calls each year; they put in hundreds of hours in education and training and they show up at our darkest hour, be it a house fire, car wreck or medical emergency, and make it better. Over the past several months, I, along with county administrator Terri Randall, have visited the many fire and EMS units in Dearborn County. Along with our fire and EMS personnel, our goal is to help them improve and provide better service to our county in this ever-changing environment. I believe that, for the first time in a long time, the county is taking an active interest in supporting these departments and the individuals who answer the call. This is

not an easy process and has Very quickly, after joinrequired hours upon hours ing, I was welcomed into of meetings and information this group of very special gathering. We have received and very dedicated indimuch good information, ad- viduals. A special bond and vice and ideas and relationship was we will continue to formed. I was work together, putvery proud to ting forth the time have been able to and effort for this serve my commucause. nity as a volunteer We truly have fireman and first dedicated individuresponder. als whose commitVo l u n t e e r s ment to their ser- KEVIN comprise 73 pervice is quite comcent of the firemendable and I am LYNCH fighters in the proud and grateful United States for their willingness to serve and are a vital part of our their communities in this emergency response system. way. Emergency Medical TechniYears ago, along with my cians, or EMTs, play an imbrother, Brian, I served as a portant role in providing First volunteer fireman and first Aid, first responder services responder for the Greendale and supportive care until Volunteer Fire Department. an ill or injured person can Our father was also a vol- reach our medical facility, unteer fireman. So, growing Dearborn County Hospital. up we knew what it meant to Although some EMTs work serve your community as a in paid positions, the majority volunteer fireman. of first responders and EMTs

in Dearborn County are 100 percent volunteers. Many of us know them. We see them in our communities. They are our friends, our neighbors or even our family members. Many are volunteers answering the call to serve our community. Too often, we give little thought to these heroes among us, until the moment comes that we need them. Stop by your local EMS unit or fire department and thank these men and women who give so unselfishly. Better yet, help support them with a financial contribution or inquire as to what it takes to step up and join them by volunteering. If you do volunteer, I hope that you will find this service to your community as rewarding as I did. Thank you to all of you. You truly are our unsung heroes! Kevin J. Lynch is a Dearborn County commissioner.


Lessons learned from Little League Lessons from the boys of summer, the little boys of summer, that is, can help us encourage civil behavior among all of the kids in our lives. And civility among young people is an issue. Surveys reveal that a majority of adults use words such as “rude” and “irresponsible” to describe today’s teens. Employers note a lack of work ethic and other basic character traits, especially among younger employees. Teenagers themselves agree. Less than one third of high school students say their classmates treat each other with respect, and only 20 percent say their classmates treat their teachers with respect. While adults can lament a coarsened culture encouraging bad behaviors among today’s youth, the kids declare something different. In a survey of 3,000 teenagers, only one-fourth cited celebrities as the most important influence in their lives while nearly half pointed to parents, youth workers and other adults whom they know personally. In a separate question, 75 percent said their most enjoyable activity is hanging out with friends – underscoring the unique impact of peer influence. Northwestern University sociologist Gary Alan Fine confirmed these dominant dynamics among youth and the people directly in their

lives by observing Little cision encouraged people to League baseball teams. be prompt. The routine also Fine’s research examines minimized disputes about the relationships we have the batting practice order.” in small groups – including Small group influence can family, schools, community be either positive or negaorganizations and religious tive. On one team, players congregations – and how discouraged each other from those relationships shape cursing. On another team, behavior, including civil be- cursing among the players havior. was accepted. In his book, “How morality is “Tiny Publics,” tied to behavior Fine writes, “Social can differ subawareness begins stantially.” with face-to-face Fine notes that behavior and conjust as the batting tinues as we learn practice rule ento account for dorsed by and make ad- BILL the adult justments to the manager presence and STANCZYKIEWICZ e l i c i t e d the demands of positive others.” Small groups, the behaviors, the cursing kids author argues, create “expec- also took their cues from tations of the shared and the adults: “The adults, while proper” and are “spaces that not encouraging such comshape personal choices.” ments, did not outlaw them, One of those spaces Fine and they persisted throughstudied is the Little League out the season.” baseball diamond. After Fine concludes, “Groups observing players on sev- socialize individuals to comeral teams, Fine discovered, munal standards. Group “Life on the team provided members are easily able to different models that the observe the actions of othplayers could use in other ers. Because groups matter groups and in their under- to members and shape their standings of how social life identity, the pressures of should transpire.” group life often have great For example, Fine de- consequences in channeling scribes how establishing an behavior.” expectation around pregame In “Hardwired to Conbatting practice created civil nect,” the National Combehavior among the play- mission on Children At-Risk ers. “One team decided that agrees, explaining how civil players would take batting behavior in children and practice in the order that they youth is developed by “auarrived at the field. Their de- thoritative communities”

which “model and pass on at least part of what it means to be a good person and to live a good life.” The commission – consisting of medical experts, Ivy League researchers and national youth development leaders from the YMCA and Search Institute – asserts that the modeling of civil behavior relies on nonspecialists. Instead of celebrities or civic leaders, authoritative communities depend on parents, extended family, neighbors and community members. These caring adults exemplify and set clear rules and expectations, celebrate when these standards are met and immediately offer clear, even-tempered correction when they are not. The best communication occurs when adults model the civil behavior they want young people to emulate, and members of the authoritative community realize that child development takes a long time. While adults and even teenagers are concerned about civil behavior, Gary Alan Fine reminds us that the best solutions reside in the small groups of our families and our local communities. “These are the companions who not only are aware of each other but are invested in each other. They are significant others.” Bill Stanczykiewicz is President & CEO of the Indiana Youth Institute. He can be reached at


Teen boy saves two from drowning

Career Center. 25 years ago, June 1988 Severe drought was causing serious water 50 years ago, June 1963 Lawrenceburg’s new problems in parts of Indiana but Dearborn was not sewage treatment plant was ready to begin operaaffected. tion. nnn nnn United Telephone CHRIS County comCompany was considering requests for MCHENRY missioners had okayed conextended area serstruction of the vice from Lawrenceburg, Aurora, Dillsboro, Guil- new bridge across Hogan Creek northwest of Auford and Rising Sun. rora. nnn nnn Alison Kyle was Queen Bernard McCann had of the County Fair and Misti Turcott had been kept the minutes of the named Miss Congeniality. Southeastern Indiana Division, Cincinnati Auto Club nnn Gene Fahey, David Stei- for 30 years. nnn gerwald, Gary and Richard The Star-Lite Theater on Butler had won trapshooting matches at Friendship. U S 50 near the round barn was offering admission of nnn Luther Rice had been $1 per carload. The movie named assistant director at was “Hud.” nnn the Southeastern Indiana

Robert Collier had been appointed principal at Milan.

75 years ago, June 1938 Work had begun on an addition to the Greendale School. nnn Sixteen-year-old Edgar Stevens had rescued two people from drowning near the “tumbles” at the Ohio River. (The tumbles were the area where the old Whitewater Canal had emptied into the river.) nnn Dillsboro: The Methodist Church had dedicated a new bulletin board. nnn Ben Steiner was mourning the loss of his Gordon Setter. nnn The Goldie Miller property at Vine and High Streets

had been torn down due to flood damage.

100 years ago, June 1913 The County Board of Review had increased personal property assessments an average of 10 per cent. nnn Aurora: Philip Horr had been elected to the executive board of the Indiana Retail Jewelers Association. Chesterville: Tidal Wave Lodge Knights of Pythias was planning a special lunch. George Stoops was C.C. nnn Clark Savage was a driver for Fire Company #2. nnn “Pap” Dixon was watching the B&O crossing that month. Chris McHenry is Dearborn County Historian.






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said Kieffer. State Rep. Jud McMillin, R-Brookville, will read a letter sent to the family and friends of Salmon by Sixth District Rep. Luke Messer, R-Muncie, he said. In the letter Messer states, “I am humbled by Zachary’s inspiration for enlisting in the United States Army, that he might better himself and set an example for his young son, Noah. ... Let us look to Zachary, his mother, Renee, and his family with respect and gratefulness for all they have given to our United States.” D.J. Atkins also will perform a couple songs. Lawrenceburg American Legion Auxiliary member Gert Kaffenberger and the Lawrenceburg American Legion have helped make the

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Pfc. Zachary Salmon, left, was with Joseph Frank when their armored vehicle came under fire. Salmon was hit and died Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2011, in Afghanistan. ceremony possible. Refreshments will be served. Hollywood Casino donated

the use of a hotel room for Hopkins and her brother, who will arrive the night before

the ceremony. Lawrenceburg Chevrolet sponsored the cost of the flag, said Kieffer.


the son said his dad “certainly” did not commit “that violent act.” Sieve ended his statement by saying, “I wish that the next time you try to take your own life, you will be successful.” Steve Stephenson had attempted to commit suicide a couple of days after initial questioning about Jennings by police in April 2012. Bryan Sieve's brother Brandon Sieve said Stephenson had taken the life of a wonderful human being, and he added “Your punishment on earth will be a life sentence without parole, and I can only imagine what God’s sentence will be.” Jennings’ granddaughter Victoria Sieve lamented the fact that Jennings’ great grandson would not be able

to learn from Jennings. “At least you will not be able to harm another person. I take a small measure of comfort from knowing that you will draw your last breath in your cell,” said Victoria Sieve. Jennings’ neighbor and friend Brian Doss said, “You took her away from all of us” and described the trauma of finding her body a week after she had been murdered. His wife Tracy Doss said she cannot get the image if Jennings’ body out of her head, and called Stephenson a “monster.” Stephenson sat expressionless during the statements and declined to speak on his own behalf. Staff reporter Chandra L. Mattingly contributed to this story.

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Creek Turn Lane Project. The Fall Fest project will involve modifications with the stage, curb removal and modifications, padding and new asphalt, said Mario Todd, Lawrenceburg Utility Board member. Only the stage and beer garden area will be affected. Stutz said two bids were received: Dave O'Mara Construction, $39,750; and Paul Rohe Co., $36,400. For the turn lane project, three bids were received, said Stutz: TT Maintenance and Contracting, $84,980; O'Mara, $83,220; and Rohe, $78,500. The project involves a turn lane to the entrance of the shopping center containing McDonald's and

Kroger's, said Mike Clark, zoning enforcement officer. Lawrenceburg Fire Chief Johnnie Tremain said his department completed joint training with Greendale Fire Department in GFD's burn tower. Meanwhile, firefighters are inspecting businesses along U.S. 50 and, so far, finding only minor items out of compliance with state and city code. Lawrenceburg Police Lt. Brian Miller reported police had finished emergency vehicle operations training this week. Law enforcement officers from other departments, including Hamilton County, were sent to participate in the

training, he said. The Lawrenceburg Parks and Playgrounds Committee waived fees for Agner Hall for the Arch Street Gang's Family Party Saturday, Aug. 17. Arch Street member Jeff Lacey, who requested the waiver, told the committee the gang had raised over $1,700 in 2012 for food and turkeys to be distributed by Helping Hands. The parks committee also waived pool fees for several groups' pool parties: for Dearborn County Girls' Softball Tuesday, July 9; Lawrenceburg Little League, Tuesday, July 16; and for Special Olympics Saturday, July 27.

Lugar series is accepting applications The Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series is seeking applicants from across Indiana for its 20132014 class. Inspired by the leadership of former Senator Richard Lugar, for over 20 years “The Lugar Series” has sought to provide a first-class leadership training experience that encourages, mentors, and prepares selected women leaders from across Indiana to seek new levels of personal achievement and public involvement. The program gives participants unique access to public officials and an effective and diverse statewide political network. More than 400 women from around the state have com-

pleted the program, which was founded in 1990 and is entering its 24th year. Lugar Series applicants should have demonstrated leadership skills in their fields of work or community service. Class members are chosen by a competitive application and interview process. “Our mission is to increase the number of Hoosier Republican women in key elected and appointed governmental and political positions, including advisory and regulatory commissions at the local, state and federal levels,” said Judy Singleton and Higher Education Commissioner Teresa Lubbers, the co-founders of the program. Applications are due Thursday, Aug. 1, and are available by visiting www.lugarseries.

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All those making the requests thanked the committee, which consists of city council members, for their assistance, but Lacey went one step further. To show its appreciation of the new grills at Arch Street Park, the gang will serve free hot dogs to the public at noon Saturday, July 6. In other business, the parks committee agreed to allow the 5K Dearborn County Heart and Health Walk on the Lawrenceburg Levee Saturday, Sept. 28, during Fall Fest, and to waive the fee for the city's parking garage that day. Registration for the walk/ run will begin at 9 a.m.


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Not only does Greendale resident Marita Cizek read, but she has taught countless children to read as well. An elementary school teacher for 40 years, Marita acquired a specialty in the teaching of reading during her time as a second grade teacher. Children came to her class each year behind in reading, so she took action. Realizing that an inability to read at grade level was a huge obstacle for a child, Marita pushed children to read at their grade level. She encouraged parents to read with their children nightly, and even required their signature as verification. Amazingly, not one student left her classroom those last 20 years without being able to read at grade level. Children didn’t have to be struggling to receive Marita’s attention. Those who excelled were moved right along to chapter books to insure that each child reached maximum reading potential. Marita Cizek According to education researchers, if a child is not reading at grade level by the end of first grade there is an 88% probability that child will not be reading at grade level at the end of fourth grade. By third grade a child needs to make the transition from learning to read to reading to learn, and his performance in other subjects if affected by his reading skills. Marita helped many children make that transition and challenge those statistics. Although Marita is officially retired, her schedule is as busy as ever! A member of the Auxiliary of the Dearborn County Hospital, she not only volunteers regularly at the hospital, but has served in leadership positions as an officer at the local and regional level. She is an extremely active member of her church, leading and serving in offices and on boards and committees. Her leadership skills and community spirit have made her an integral member of the LPLD Board of Trustees, on which she serves as secretary. Marita was recently Dee Hacker -ML1 honored as the Volunteer of the Year by the Indiana m/BWR-DC Visit State Retired Teachers Association. Marita is married cker has to say! to hear what Dee Ha to Clint Cizek, also a well known and beloved educator in the Lawrenceburg Community. They have four children and nine grandchildren. With such passionate educators in the family, you can bet each one of those grandchildren knows the importance of reading!

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Kid day to play

Youth Fest in downtown Lawrenceburg was a big hit Saturday, June 29. Cincinnati Circus Company put on a show and held little juggling and hula hoop clinics. A sidewalk chalk contest was put on with the help of Adam’s Art.

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Five EC seniors to college baseball Trojans lived up to billing in 19-9 year 

some, but it wasn't to us after seeing three years of hard work he'd put in on the field and in the weight room. That's what you get when you work hard.” Conference and county MVP Schomber, who went from a kid who batted down in the EC order, bouncing around between second and third base as a junior to a Trojan mainstay, heads the list of eight graduates. He added team MVP and batting trophy awards later. “We knew he'd be our shortstop coming into this year,” Reynolds noted. “He hit the ball very well and fielded it well. In the first part of the year we relied on him an awful lot. A.J. was just very, very valuable to us.” Second-year letter-winner and three-sport star Payton Stonefield didn't disappoint EC's expectations

season,” Reynolds said. “They were Schomber (44) and Payton (41) this year. It was almost guaranteed that H.S. baseball our number 1 and 2 hitters were going to get on base most of the time.” Catcher Holloway (.303, 16 RBI) evolved into a leader and one of BY JIM BUCHBERGER East Central's unsung heroes after Sports Editor lots of off-season work alongside ■■RECORD: 19-9 (7-3 EIAC, tie 2nd). Lost to Bloomington North Schomber, meriting the team's post10-1 Class 4A sectional semifinal. season Trojan Award for mental atti■■GRADUATING SENIORS: SS/P A.J. Schomber, LF Payton StoneST. LEON – The 2013 varsity tude. “He was always communicatfield, C Austin Holloway, CF Nate Werner, RF Lucas Gramman, 1B baseball season was an uphill fight ing on defense and was a team-first Spencer Gutapfel, 3B/OF Brandon Merkin, P Nick Romie, all the way, as expected for East guy,” Reynolds praised. ■■TOP RETURNEES: P/2B Nick DeZarn, P/OF Ethan Kramer, 3B Central's Trojans. Right-fielder Gramman was lost Mitch Schuman, 1B/DH Cody Tallon, C/DH Erik Gruen, INF Nate But 11th-year head coach Bob for the season with a torn knee Broughton, OF/P Devon Dudley Reynolds' crew was equal to the meniscus in the first week of May, task, finishing 19-9 overall with a batting .387 with a team-leading 7-3 second-place tie in the tough-as24 RBI at the time. His runs batted ever Eastern Indiana Athletic Conin total stood up through season's took a back seat to no one defen- included Tommy John surgery – fiference. end. Had he stayed healthy, there's sively when it came to getting a nally got healthy in the final weeks Another tribute to the Trojans' no telling how EC's fortunes may jump on fly balls and covering lots this season. He ended up winning EC's Most Improved perennial competitiveness Player award. on the hardball diamond Romie wowed evcame after the fact, when erybody then by going senior A.J. Schomber was 3-0 with a 2.33 ERA, the somewhat surprising 29 strikeouts and nine conference MVP pick over walks, including his 3-2 the likes of Franklin Councomplete-game gem in ty's Ben Wewe and Greensthe sectional first round burg's Austin Schultz. over Bloomington Want more evidence that South. “One of the best East Central's baseball talpitching performances ent was as good as any since I've been here,” around this spring? How Reynolds called it. about five Trojan seniors Also graduating for who are headed to colEC were DH/first baselege baseball, including man Spencer Gutapfel Schomber (Purdue walk(.226) and backup outon), centerfielder Nate fielder and vocal bench Werner (Concord, W.Va.), guy Brandon Merkin catcher Austin Hollo(.200). way (Hanover), outfielder East Central's returnLucas Gramman (Maning nucleus will have chester) and 6'8” lefty plenty of holes to fill, pitcher Nick Romie (Indibut there's some definite ana Tech-Fort Wayne). quality back, led by ju“Nothing comes easy for nior pitching ace Nick us,” said Reynolds. “The DeZarn (5-1, 3.33), lefty conference was very good again this year, and our JIM BUCHBERGER/The Register hurler/outfielder Ethan (Class 4A) sectional is al- East Central senior catcher Austin Holloway awaits the throw home as a Bloomington North baserunner bears down in June's Kramer (6-2, 3.82), first baseman/DH Cody Talways one of the most dif- Class 4A sectional semifinal round. Pitcher A.J. Schomber backs up the plate at right. lon (.320, 20 RBI), DH/ ficult in the state. A lot of of ground. catcher Erik Gruen (.405) and third our guys had the best year of their in left field, either. “In 11 years as have fared. Romie, a lanky 6'8” enigma most careers. Just like A.J. (Schomber). a head coach I've only had two kids Werner second-year starter in See EC, Page 4B He may have been a surprise to with 40 or more hits in the same center (.246) scored 17 runs and of his injury-plagued career – which

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Seventh annual Trojan Trot 5K Sun/Walk opens SIRC-it Staff Report


South Dearborn volleyball players who participated in Saturday night's kNEON kNIGHT 5K fund-raiser included (not in order): Sydney Senger, Tanner Thompson, Kaitlyn and Kristen Cromer, Aren Tibbets, Shelby Phiester, Abie Shelton, Bre Upton, Haley Higham, Skylar Lane, Kelsee Drake, Carley Ochs and Sera Jordan.

KNEON kNIGHT 5K lights up SD spikers Staff Report AURORA – South Dearborn volleyball program came up with a great gimmick for its first annual kNEON kNIGHT 5K Run/Walk, then got a break from Mother Nature Saturday night at 9:30 p.m. Coach Michelle Standriff and her Lady Knights spikers - decked out in neon green/yellow t-shirts and all the glow-in-dark accessorized available welcomed a field of 56 runners and 27 race walkers for the 3.1-mile event at Knights Stadium atop Wilmington Hill. Even the weekend's deadlocked stormy/rainy weather pattern eased up a bit to allow the chip-timed event – by Aurora's own Stuart Road Racing organization – to have a successful run. “I really enjoy participating in races

and I wanted to do a fundraiser that promoted fitness and being active instead of the usual 'selling-candy-type fundraiser,'” said Standriff. “My dearest and closest friend, Carrie Combs, suggested that we do a play on the word 'Knight,' and we ran with the idea. Pun intended.” SD's volleyball coach continued: “Since this is the first race I have organized, I really didn't know what to expect. But we ended up having a great turnout. An awesome bonus to the night was that the Aurora fireworks display took place while our participants were finishing the race. We had a great view from the finish line. We appreciate everyone who participated, volunteered and sponsored the event. I think it's safe to say we will be doing it again next year.” Naturally, current and past distance runners from South Dearborn's track and

cross country team dominated the top 5K run spot, with 17-year old Joe Rector winning in a time of 17:23. SD student-athlete Jarod Davis finished second in 17:59, while Knights graduate Kyle Hall, 20, now running for IU East at Richmond, came home third in 18:32. Thirteen-year old Anna Dreyer was the top women's runner, placing a very respectable sixth overall in a time of 23:14. A total of 16 male runners and 40 females completed the 5K run on a kNEON kNIGHT marked by girl power. Aurora's 17-year old Jamie Haney, of Aurora, was the 5K walk winner in a top time of 45:35, one second ahead of runner-up dad Victory Haney, 45. A total of 21 women's walkers and six men participated in their half of the 5K competition.

ST. LEON - Southeastern Indiana Racing Circuit (SIRCit) kicks off its 2013 summer series with East Central's Trojan Trot 5K Run/Walk Saturday, July 13 at 8:30 a.m. The five-race all-Saturday series of 5-kilometer (3.1 mile) events changes up its order this summer. Trojan Trot will be followed by South Dearborn's 11th annual Knight Flight 5K in downtown Aurora Saturday, July 20. Milan's Indian Run 5K Run/Walk gets an 8:30 a.m. start Saturday, July 27, with Brookville's fourth annual Lakeside 5K Saturday, Aug. 3, at Franklin County High School. Batesville's 13th annual Bulldog Chase 5K Run/Walk concludes the SIRC-it Saturday, Aug. 10. Final drawing for a $1,000 cash prizes for runners and walkers who participate in at least four of five SIRC-it races will be made after the final Bulldog Chase event, sponsored by Weber Sports. Runners or walkers who participate in all five races will have their names entered twice. Random drawings will award cash prizes ($200, $150, $100, $50) to qualified runners and walkers in two age groups, 19 & under and 20 and over.

Top three men and women overall after five races also receive awards. New age-graded winners category for males and females will be presented The Real Winner awards, sponsored by State Farm Insurance. Seventh annual Trojan Trot, a fund-raiser for the East Central boys and girls cross country teams – as are all the SIRC-it races - starts and finishes at St. Leon American Legion Post 464. Entry fee is $10, not including an official race t-shirt, if pre-registered by July 8, or $15 including the t-shirt. Race day registration will be $20, including t-shirt (while supplies last), or $15 without the t-shirt. Awards will be given to the overall male and female run and walk winners, plus the top three finishers in each male and female 5K run age group and to the winners in each male and female 5K walk age group. Drawings for door prizes will be held at the post-race awards ceremony. Participants must be present to win. On-line registration for all the 2013 SIRC-it series races is available For more Trojan Trot 5K information contact Steve Cotherman at 537-4429 or email:scotherman@comcast. net. Completed entry forms may be faxed to 537-2117.

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East Central High School graduate recently Tyler Seiwert signed an NAIA grant-in-aid to continue his basketball and academic careers at Miami University Hamilton. Tyler (seated, center) is flanked by parents Jim and Tonya Seiwert, Logan Township. Standing are EC athletics director Don Stonefield (left) and Harriers assistant coach Travis York. Seiwert, a six-foot guard, averaged 2.9 points in 23 games for coach David Disbro's Trojans last season.

EC's McQueen conference Trojans' Schomber MVP Most Valuable in softball in conference baseball Staff Report

She allowed 43 hits and 13 earned runs for a 2.18 ERA in ST. LEON – East Central the EIAC. Overall this season, Mcsenior graduate Paige McQueen posted Queen capped a 13-4 mound her varsity mark and softball career 1.95 earned recently with run average Eastern Indiin 21 games. ana Athletic In 17 starts Conference she pitched Most Valuable 11 complete Player honors. games for a M c total of 107Queen, ace 2/3 innings, right-handed striking out pitcher for 66 batters the EIAC against 13 champion walks. She Lady Troalso batted jans of coach .295 with Heather Zins, Paige McQueen seven douhelped lead bles, 10 RBI EC to a 9-1 league mark and one home run. (18-9 overall) for the school's Paige will join sister Mandi 19th title. She posted a 6-1 won- McQueen, the 2010 conferlost record in 10 conference ence MVP, as a member of games. Pitching a total of 41- the NCAA Division II North2/3 innings in league competi- ern Kentucky University tion, McQueen struck out 27 women's softball team this batters and walked just three. fall.

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INDIANAPOLIS – Sectional reassignment of three baseball and two softball teams under the new tournament success factor rule was approved by vote of the IHSAA executive committee Saturday, June 29. In its final meeting of the 2012-13 school year, the Indiana High School Athletic Association ruled that the five teams earned enough points in the previous two school years to play up one class division for the next two years. Original realignments for 2013-14 and 2014-15 were announced April 29 for baseball and softball. Under IHSAA By-Law 2-5, baseball teams moving up one class will be Western (Howard

County), to Class 4A Sectional 7; Northfield, to Class 3A Sectional 23; and Lafayette Central Catholic, to Class 2A Sectional 34. To create room for the moves, New Palestine drops to Class 3A Sectional 26, Tipton drops to Class 2A Sectional 39 and North Miami is reassigned to Class A Sectional 50. Fast-pitch softball teams moving up one class will be Adams Central, to Class 3A Sectional 23, and Lakewood Park Christian, to Class 2A, Sectional 36. To accommodate those moves, Tipton drops from Class 3A to Class 2A Sectional 39. North Miami also will move down from 2A to Class A Sectional 50. Triton, which remains in Class A, has been reassigned to Sectional 52.

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in hitting this past season at .488 (20-41). In 10 league games, he ST. LEON – East Central senior graduate An- scored 15 runs and registered 12 thony (A.J.) runs batted Schomber in. recently was Schomber named Most led all East Va l u a b l e Central regPlayer in ulars with Eastern India .419 batana Athletic ting average Conference (44-105), baseball for including the 2013 seateam highs son. in runs Schomber, scored (34), shortstop hits, doubles and pitcher (8), home for coach runs (3) and Bob Reynolds' Trojans, Anthony (A.J.) Schomber total bases (61). helped lead He posted EC to a 19-9 a slugging percentage of overall season and second.581 and on-base percentplace tie (7-3) in the final age of .466 while fielding EIAC standings. Heading to Purdue with .909, with 28 put outs, 52 a walk-on shot at making assists against eight errors. A.J. is the son of Jerry the Boilermakers' baseball roster this fall, Schomber and Stephanie Schomber, finished third in the EIAC Sunman.

Westfield takes 1st boys golf state crown Staff Report FRANKLIN, Ind. – Westfield’s Shamrocks, in only their second state finals appearance, shot a two-day total of 575 to edge No. 1 Columbus North by two stroke for the boys golf state championship Wednesday, June 12. In the two-day 77th IHSAA state finals at The Legends of Indiana Golf Club, No. 4-ranked Westfield was led by sophomore Timmy Hildebrand’s third overall score of 138 (70-68). It marked the fifth state title for the Hamilton County school and its first in a boys sport. All four of Westfield’s previous state crowns came from its girls

cross country team. Zionsville junior Adam Wood led the state tournament from wire to wire to win the individual state title, shooting an eight-under par 36-hole total of 136 (68-68).

Wood, the second Zionsville golfer to win the individual state medalist honor, following James Sacheck (2004), edged Floyd Central senior Devin Jenkins by one stroke. A new format was in ef-

fect for this year’s state finals. All competitors – 15 teams and 100 individuals – played all 36 holes over the two days. No cut was made to the field after the first day Tuesday, as in previous years.


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Control predators to maintain balance CENTRAL INDIANA - Even in the wildest parts of Alaska, the mix of wildlife is an artificial construct. It was created, and is maintained, by humans to DON  meet our MULLIGAN s u r v i v a l and recreational needs. Moose inhabit places they never did. Caribou are absent from places they always were. And all of it is because we engineered it to be that way. The same artificial balance exists in the lower 48 states, from elk herds in the Rockies to the deer and turkey population in Indiana. By most counts, this is a good thing. It has been accomplished through game laws and a changing philosophy among hunters and environmentalists. In many places predator control plays a significant role in maintaining the balance we prefer. In Idaho, black bear tags cost only a fraction of the going rate for an elk tag. In Alaska, non-residents are allowed to kill 10 wolves a day for free in some areas. There are no more bounties on predators in Indiana, but their numbers are big. In some places, it is a wonder a single ground-nesting bird survives with so many creatures scouring the forest floor looking for them. We rid the state of bears, lions and wolves a long time ago - and replaced them with our pets. Without a doubt, domestic cats and dogs sit at the top of the predatory food chain here. They are well-fed, big and strong and have even found a way to join forces with another modern invader to our state. The coyote was relatively rare east of the Mississippi River prior to European settlement. They found an artificial niche here once we cleared the forests and eradicated the wolves. Alone, coyotes are efficient hunters but are skittish enough to not be a threat to humans. Unfortunately, they are of the same species as


A trail camera catches a glimpse of an Indiana coydog. They are one of a growing number of predators in Indiana. domestic dogs and the two often mate. That union creates an environmental abomination called the coydog. Coydogs maintain their wild instincts and run with other coyotes, but are often bigger and less cautious than their natural cousins. Their size and coat depends on the type of dog that lent its DNA, but it is safe to say only the biggest domestic dogs mate with fully wild coyotes. Shih tzus and chihuahuas would likely be eaten well before they got a chance to pass on their genetic material. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has made it as easy as possible to kill coyotes and coydogs, allowing landowners to kill them year-round. But not enough are taken. The balance might be all right if coyotes were the only predator in Indiana eating turkeys, grouse, quail and pheasants. But they are not alone. One of the DNR’s greatest accomplishments has been the reintroduction of bobcats. They are a natural, spectacular animal and should always be part of our ecosystem. Like other indigenous predators, such as the red and gray fox, they are cunning hunters and likely take a fair number of ground-nesting

birds ever year. It is a myth that foxes or bobcats kill deer. They may eat dead or dying animals, but are too small to pull down even fawns in most cases. Other than man, coyotes and dogs are the only consistent killer of deer in Indiana. Ground-nesting birds have more trouble than deer surviving in the artificial environment we created. It suites new predators and us, but also still supports many of Indiana’s indigenous predators. Raccoons, opossums and skunks thrive in the grain fields and woodlots we created, but are not alone. Several species of snakes, hawks, owls and even eagles thrive in Indiana as well, and all love a good egg or poultry meal. The answer to increasing the number of game species to suit our needs are twofold. Certainly, tweaking the habitat is important, but controlling predators is equally necessary. Keeping domestic animals out of wild places and killing more fur-bearers is critical. But that still leaves lots of predators free to affect the balance we prefer, the balance we started engineering hundreds of years ago. Since we are loath to the idea of killing birds of prey and amphibians (and it is illegal), the best answer to

controlling them lies in the maintenance of dense habitat. Dense underbrush will not stop a rat snake from finding and killing an entire nest of grouse or quail eggs. But it may increase the number of nests in area. As the number and type of predators increases, we need to increase the amount of prey as well if we want to maintain the artificial world we prefer.


Athletes: Do you know where you’re headed? Youth Student-Athlete Tip Of The Week “Promoting academic and athletic excellence” One of the biggest challenges facing most student-athletes is having the patience to take things one day at a time. Are you one of those people? Sometimes we tend to get ahead of ourselves. Let me leave you with the following anonymous quote that may help you put this challenge in the proper perspective. “Today I will do what others won't, so tomorrow I can accomplish what others can't.” BILLY  *** SHEPHERD The lyrics of a song say: “If you don't know where you're going, you might end up somewhere else.” What's in store for you this summer? Do you know what you are going to do with your spare time? Do you have a plan to be productive with a summer job? Don't get me wrong, it's always nice to have a week or two away from the constant responsibility of the classroom and your favorite sport. Everyone needs that rest from time to time. However, be sure to keep yourself in good physical shape. And, more importantly, be sure to be that positive role model in your community that will make your teachers, coaches, and parents proud. *** How do you react if you have a bad practice? If you aren't disappointed with a poor practice, that same attitude has a good chance of carrying over into your game day performance. The same holds true in the classroom. If you take the approach that you only care about how you do on your tests, and forget about your daily assignments, you will probably fall short of your academic potential. Giving a solid effort day in and day out, both in the classroom and in your sport, will produce better results for you and your team. There are no shortcuts for those who want to be achievers.

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1923 – Jack Dempsey defeats fellow American Tommy Gibbons to hold onto the heavyweight boxing championship. The fight is held in Shelby, Montana, a remote location near the Canadian border. Town officials, flush with money after the discovery of oil in the region, want to promote Shelby as a tourist destination. There is little action in a fight that is mostly strategic, without a knockout punch. Only 7,702 pay to see the fight in an arena the size of a football field built specifically for the match. Another 13,000 crash the gates to see the bout free of charge. Shelby promoters lost ovr $100,000.


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EASTERN INDIANA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 2013 Final Statistics (EIAC games only) VARSITY RECORDS Franklin County 9-1 East Central 7-3 Greensburg 7-3 South Dearborn 3-7 Batesville 2-8 Lawrenceburg 2-8  TEAM BATTING School AB H Avg. Franklin County 283 108 .382 East Central 309 114 .369 Greensburg 275 95 .345 South Dearborn 244 79 .323 Lawrenceburg 230 52 .226 Batesville 244 53 .217  TEAM RUNS SCORED East Central 89 Franklin County 85 Greensburg 78 South Dearborn 55 Batesville 26 Lawrenceburg 22  TEAM RUNS BATTED IN Franklin County 78 East Central 75 Greensburg 65 South Dearborn 47 Batesville 21 Lawrenceburg 18  TEAMS STEALS Franklin County 35 Greensburg 10 South Dearborn 8 East Central 6 Lawernceburg 4 Batesville NA  TEAM PITCHING School IP K BB ERA Franklin County 67.3 59 49 3.53 Greensburg NA 63 NA 3.56 Batesville 62.0 44 24 4.06 South Dearborn 58.0 36 27 4.95 East Central 68.0 71 30 5.15 Lawrenceburg 62.0 36 36 5.53  INDIVIDUAL BATTING Player, School AB R H Avg. Ben Wewe, FC 32 10 19 .594 Zach Sizemore, FC 38 16 19 .500 A.J. Schomber, EC 41 15 20 .488 Payton Stonefield, EC 41 14 20 .488 Cody Tallon, EC 32 7 15 .469 Ken Jones, FC 29 7 13 .448 Collin Rigney, GB 37 13 16 .432 Lucas Kane, GB 26 7 11 .423 Josh Barnes, SD 36 8 15 .416 Adam Bailey, SD 32 10 13 .406 INDIVIDUAL RUNS BATTED IN Ben Wewe, FC 20 Collin Rigney, GB 14 Zach Sizemore, FC 14 A.J. Schomber, EC 12 Cody Tallon, EC 11 Adam Bailey, SD 10 Josh Barnes, SD 10 Ken Jones, FC 10

Payton Stonefield, EC 10 INDIVIDUAL STEALS Zach Sizemore, FC 8 Casey Wagner, FC 7 Brett Campbell, FC 5 Dusty Foreman, FC 5 Tyler Burcham, GB 5 Adam Bailey, SD 3 Wyatt Schwing, SD 3 Ben Wewe, FC 3 Brett Ortman, FC 3 Travis Miller, FC 3  INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Player, School W-L IP K/BB ERA Bryce Curry, SD 1-2 19.0 19/5 1.84 Bryan Hoeing, BV 2-3 26.6 25/10 1.91 Lucas Kane, GB 4-0 NA 16/NA 2.75 Brett Campbell, FC 4-0 27.6 25/18 2.78 Connor Bowell, LB 1-1 24.0 11/11 3.21 Nick DeZarn, EC 3-0 28.3 21/9 3.46 Collin Rigney, GB 2-1 NA 15/NA 3.50 Tyler Burcham, GB 1-2 NA 24/ NA 3.64 Jake Schnecker, FC 1-0 9.3 13/7 3.75   

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EASTERN INDIANA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 2013 Final Statistics (EIAC games only) VARSITY RECORDS East Central 9-1 Greensburg 7-3 South Dearborn 6-4 Batesville 6-4 Franklin County 2-8 Lawrenceburg 0-10 TEAM BATTING School AB H Avg. Batesville 293 102 .348 East Central 284 97 .342 Greensburg 297 100 .337 South Dearborn 277 85 .307 Franklin County 260 76 .292 Lawrenceburg 236 47 .199  TEAM RUNS SCORED East Central 73 Greensburg 72 Batesville 53 South Dearborn 41 Franklin County 30 Lawrenceburg 17  TEAM RUNS BATTED IN Greensburg 58 East Central 55 Batesville 45 South Dearborn 37 Franklin County 30 Lawrenceburg 16  TEAM EXTRA-BASE HITS School 2B 3B HR East Central 22 3 1 South Dearborn 16 2 5 Batesville 12 2 3 Greensburg 9 0 8 Franklin County 8 0 1 Lawrenceburg 7 0 0  TEAM STEALS East Central 25 South Dearborn 18 Batesville 16 Franklin County 14 Lawrenceburg 13 Greensburg 2 INDIVIDUAL BATTING Player, School AB R H Avg.

Ellen Barrett, SD 33 8 18 .545 Keauna Schultz, GB 29 2 15 .517 Morgan Dreyer, BV 31 5 16 .516 Savannah Sturgill, EC 33 8 16 .485 Sam Miller, BV 23 2 11 .478 Audrey Geis, GB 36 13 17 .472 Britney Biltz, GB 35 11 16 .457 Meg Liter, BV 36 9 16 .444 Tara Bailey, SD 33 5 14 .424 T.Wullenweber, EC 29 10 12 .414 INDIVIDUAL RUNS BATTED IN Britney Biltz, GB 15 Ellen Barrett, SD 11 Meg Liter, BV 11 Savannah Sturgill, EC 11 Morgan Dreyer, BV 8 Audrey Geis, GB 7 Keauna Schultz, GB 7 T.Wullenweber, EC 6  INDIVIDUAL EXTRA-BASE HITS Player, School 2B 3B HR Ellen Barrett, SD 3 0 4 Britney Biltz, GB 1 0 4 Keauna Schultz, GB 3 0 2 T.Wullenweber, EC 5 0 0 Tara Bailey, SD 2 2 0 Morgan Dreyer, BV 2 1 1 Savannah Sturgill, EC 4 0 0 Meg Liter, BV 1 0 2  INDIVIDUAL STEALS T.Wullenweber, EC 4 Ellen Barrett, SD 2 Britney Biltz, GB 2 Morgan Dreyer, BV 2 Meg Liter, BV 1 Sam Miller, BV 1  INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Player, School W-L IP K/BB ERA Allie McCool, EC 2-0 12.3 5/1 0.00 Kooper Vertz, SD 3-2 33.0 52/9 1.27 Sam Miller, BV 4-3 44.6 17/6 1.72 Paige McQueen, EC 6-1 41.6 27/3 2.18 Allison Phillips, GB 6-3 57.0 26/7 2.33 Meg Liter, BV 2-1 20.3 8/2 2.75   

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From Page 1B sacker Mitch Schuman (.218). As usual, Trojans' successful reserve (11-5) and freshman squads (9-6) are expected to provide an infusion of new talent. Juniors Devon Dudley and Evan Werner, both outfielders and lefty hurlers, are likely to move up and


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IN THE MATTER OF THE SUPERVISED ESTATE OF ROBERTREGISTER A. MONTGOMERY, Deceased THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER JULY 4, 201327, 2012 THE DEARBORN COUNTY NOTICE ON FINAL ACCOUNT, ETC., TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF ROBERT A. MONTGOMERY, DECEASED Notice is hereby given pursuant to I.C. §29-1-16-6 that Robert A. Montgomery, Jr., as substitute ex ecutor of the above-named estate, has filed a report PUBLIC NOTICE of final accounting together with petition to make Notice is hereby given that all agreed purchases of right of way for the project referenced below have distribution of remaining assets to the parties bebeen completed and the following is a list of said purchases, published in accordance with IC 8-23-7-10. lieved entitled thereto. The same will come up for The amount of compensation includes damages and improvements taken. action by the Circuit Court of Dearborn County, InState of Indiana LlA Code: 4614 Project RIW: 2691009 Road: SR-1 County: Dearborn diana, on the 31st day of July, 2013 at 9:00 A.M. Any objections to the final accounting must be Parcel Grantor Perm Temp Paid Amt. filed in writing stating why such final accounting 1 Perfect, Ella Mae 3.433 AC .21 AC $22,000.00 should not be approved and must be filed with the 2 Feiss, Theodore W, Et Ux 1.638 AC .045 AC $11,775.00 Court on or before the 17th day of July, 2013. The 3 Oliver, Margaret 2.542 AC .032 AC $23,705.00 deadline for filing an objection to the accounting is 4 Billups, Robert C .277 AC .011 AC $10,990.00 fourteen (14) days before the hearing date. 8 Oetteli, David W, Et Ux .434 AC .057 AC $ 9,975.00 Dated and signed at Lawrenceburg, Indiana, on this 10 Biehel, Wayne R, Et Ux .539 AC $50,914.00 26th day of June, 2013. 11 Storck, Ted E. .364 AC $ 8,350.00 Richard M. Probst, Clerk 12 Fox, Betty .275 AC $ 44,500.00 Dearborn Circuit Court 13 Schmid, Marlene .740 AC $ 2,300.00 ROBERT J. EWBANK, 16761-15 Scott Adams EWBANK & KRAMER Director, Real Estate Division 114 West High Street Indiana Department of Transportation Lawrenceburg, IN 47025-1908 Total Deed Amount: $184,509.00 (812) 537-2522 37461 C-7-4-R-1t hspaxlp H. PATRICK WEBER BARRETT & WEBER 500 Fourth & Walnut Centre 105 East Fourth Street Cincinnati, OH 45202-4015 (513) 721-2120 37526 P-7-4-R-1t hspaxlp NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE TO BIDDERS TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED GENERAL REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES Sealed proposals for "Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation - Phase III", located in Hidden Valley Lake, Law- By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me di renceburg Township, Dearborn County, Indiana will rected from the Clerk of Circuit Court of Dearborn NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION be received by the Valley Rural Utility Company, County, Indiana, in Cause No. 15C01-1211-MF-241 Estate No. 15C01-1306-EU-047 hereinafter referred to as "Owner", at the office of wherein CitiMortgage, Inc. successor by merger to In the Circuit Court of Dearborn County, Indiana. the Owner, 19435 Alpine Drive in Lawrenceburg, In- ABN AMRO Mortgage Group, Inc. was Plaintiff, and Notice is hereby given that Cynthia L. Sizemore diana until 3:00 pm on July 23, 2013, opened and Craig Lyons, et al., were Defendants, requiring me was on the 28th day of June, 2013, appointed: Per- read aloud. All proposals received after the desig- to make the sum as provided for in said Decree with sonal Representative for the Estate of Keva Lynn nated time will be returned unopened. A non-man- interest and cost, I will expose at public sale to the Berry, deceased. datory pre-bid meeting will be held on July 9, 2013 highest bidder, on the 22nd day of August, 2013, All persons having claims against said Estate, at 2:00 pm at the office of the Owner, 19435 Alpine at the hour of 1:30 PM or as soon thereafter as is whether or not now due, must file the same in said Drive, Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Please contact Hrezo possible, at 301 W. High Street, Lawrenceburg, IN court within three (3) months from the date of the Engineering, Inc. with any questions you might 47025, the fee simple of the whole body of Real Esfirst publication of this notice or said claims will be have. tate in Dearborn County, Indiana. forever barred. BEING ALL OF LOT NO. 2956, OF HIDDEN VALLEY PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS Dated at Lawrenceburg, Indiana, this 28th day of The work on this project shall be performed in ac- LAKE SUBDIVISION, SECTION XI AS THE SAME IS June, 2013. cordance with the bid and contract specifications DESIGNATED, NUMBERED AND KNOWN ON THE Richard M. Probst, Clerk and drawings dated June 1013, prepared by Hrezo RECORDED PLAT THEREOF, CABINET 1, SLIDES Dearborn Circuit Court Engineering, Inc., Greendale, Indiana. This project 87-90 OF THE RECORDS OF THE RECORDER OF Douglas R. Denmure, Attorney involves the rehabilitation of an existing sewer col- DEARBORN COUNTY, INDIANA. SUBJECT TO 402 Second St. - P.O. Box 36 lection system located in Hidden Valley Lake, Dear- LIENS, ENCUMBRANCES AND EASEMENTS OF REAurora IN 47001 born County Indiana. The project includes the re- CORD. 812-926-1227 placement of existing clay sewers with approxi - More commonly known as: 21251 Bellemeade Dr, 37563 P-7-4-R-3t hspaxlp mately 28,661 feet of 8" gravity sewer, 2,939 feet of Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 Parcel No. 15-06-14-302-044.000-020 10" gravity sewer and 3,612 feet of 12" gravity sewer by conventional open trenching methods and Together with rents, issues, income, and profits approximately 234 feet of 8" gravity sewer being re- thereof, said sale will be made without relief from IN THE CIRCUIT COURT placed within the 10' water separation requirement valuation or appraisement laws. DEARBORN COUNTY, INDIANA where gravity sewer must meet higher standards as "Subject to all liens, encumbrances and easements GENERAL TERM, 2013 required by IDEM. In addition there is approximately of record not otherwise extinguished in the pro NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION 63 feet of 8" ductile iron aerial pipe and approxi - ceedings known as Cause No. 15C01-1211-MF-241 ESTATE NO. 15C01-1306-EU-046 Notice is hereby given that TRACI HURST and mately 304 feet of concrete pipe encasement. The in the Circuit Court of the County of Dearborn, IndiJAMES A. PICKETT was on the 26th day of June, project also includes approximately 160 feet of 8" ana." Michael R Kreinhop 2013, appointed Co-Executors of the Estate of jack and bore installation in one location under a Sheriff of Dearborn County JOHN M. PICKETT SR., deceased, who died on the creek and approximately 5901' of 8" Pipe bursting, 398' of 10" Pipe bursting, and 193' of 12" Pipe burst- Plaintiff Attorney: 14th day of June, 2013. All persons who have claims against this Estate, ing. In nearly all instances, the new lines will follow April N. Pinder (29045-49) whether or not now due, must file the claim in the the existing alignment 80 bypass pumping will be Robert E. Altman, III (29811-15) Office of the Clerk of this Court within five (5) required to execute the project. The project will re- Reisenfeld & Associates, LPA LLC months from the date of the first publication of this place 209 existing 4' diameter manhole structures 3962 Red Bank Road notice, or within one (1) year after the Decedent's and the addition of seventeen (17) new 4' diameter Cincinnati, OH 45227 death, whichever is earlier, or the claims will be for- manhole structures and the replacement of three (3) Voice: (513) 322-7000 existing 6' diameter manhole structures. The pro- Facsimile: (513) 322-7099 ever barred. The Sheriffs Department does not warrant the DATED AT LAWRENCEBURG, INDIANA, 26th DAY ject also includes various rehabilitation methods for the restoration of 15 manholes. There will be ap - accuracy of the street addressed published herein OF JUNE, 2013. C-7-4-R-3t hspaxlp proximately 388 service wye connections and mis- 37570 Richard M. Probst SHERIFFʼS SALE NOTICE CLERK OF DEARBORN CIRCUIT COURT cellaneous appurtenances. This Project is funded in part by the United States Department of Agriculture, TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED Arnold L. McGill, #9488-15 Rural Development. The deadline for substantial REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES 437 Second St., P.O. Box 90 completion is on or before September 24, 2014. Bid By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me di Aurora, Indiana 47001 forms can be picked up at Hrezo Engineering. 1025 rected from the Clerk of Dearborn Circuit Court of Phone: (812) 926-0144 Ridge Avenue, Greendale, Indiana, 47025. Dearborn County, Indiana, in Cause No. 37562 C-7-4-R-3t hspaxlp EXAMINATION OF PLANS 15C01-1110-MF-00164 wherein Wells Fargo Bank, Plans and specifications for the project are on file N.A., as Trustee, in trust for the registered holders and may be examined at the following locations: of Park Place Securities, Inc., Asset-Backed IN THE DEARBORN CIRCUIT COURT Hrezo Engineering, Inc. Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2005-WCW2 was GENERAL TERM, 2013 1025 Ridge Avenue Plaintiff, and Kenneth L. Redding, Tina M. Redding ESTATE NO. 15C01-1305-ES-020 Greendale, IN 47025 and Household Finance Corporation III were DefenSTATE OF INDIANA 812-537-4700 dants requiring me to make the sum as provided for COUNTY OF DEARBORN SS: in said Decree with interest and cost, I will expose F.W.Dodge IN RE: THE ESTATE OF at public sale to the highest bidder on the 22nd day McGraw-Hill, Inc. THURMAN BROOKS RICE of August, 2013, at the hour of 1:30pm, or as soon 8900 Keystone Crossing Suite 540 REBECCA A. SCHULTE, Executrix as thereafter as is possible, at Sheriff's Office at Indianapolis, IN 46240 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Law Enforcement Center, 301 W. High Street Notice is hereby given that Rebecca A. Schulte was, Valley Rural Utility Company Lawrenceburg, IN 470 the fee simple of the whole on the 5th day of June, 2013, appointed Executrix of 19435 Alpine Drive body of Real Estate in Dearborn County, Indiana. the Last Will and Testament of Thurman Brooks Lawrenceburg, 47025 The land referred to in this Guarantee is situated in Rice, Deceased. 812-539·3330 the State of Indiana, County of Dearborn and is deAll persons having claims against said Estate, Allied Construction scribed as follows: whether or not now due, must file the same in said 3 Kovach Drive Miller Township: Part of the Southeast Quarter of court within three (3) months from the date of the Cincinnati, OH 45215 Section 3, Township 6 North, Range 1 West first publication of this notice or within nine (9) 513-221-8020 bounded as follows" Commencing at the Southeast months after the decedent's death, whichever is Copies of the plans and specifications may be ob- corner of said section and running thence West earlier, or the claims will be forever barred. with the section line 988 feet, more or less, to the Dated at Lawrenceburg, Indiana, this 5th day of tained from the office of Hrezo Engineering, Inc. for a non-refundable fee of $400 per set. Checks are to center of a public road; thence N. 10 degrees 53' W., June, 2013. be made payable to Hrezo Engineering, Inc. 607.0 feet with the center of said road to an iron Richard M. Probst A certified check or a satisfactory bid bond exe - pipe, which point is the point of beginning for this Clerk of the Circuit Court for cuted by the BIDDER and Surety Company, payable conveyance; thence continuing N. 10 degrees 53' Dearborn County, Indiana to the Owner, in an amount equal to five percent W. 135.0 feet with the center of said road to an iron Attorney for the Estate: (5%) of the bid shall be submitted with each bid. pipe at a corner of the grantors lands; thence S 81 Andrea S. Ewan BIDDER awarded work will be required to furnish degrees 28' W., 208.0 feet with the grantors lands to Ewan Law Office acceptable surety bond in the amount of one hun- an iron pipe; thence S. 11 degrees 55' E., 1340 feet 210 W. High St. dred percent (100%) of the Contract Price. to an iron pipe; thence N. 81 degrees 46' E., 205.37 Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025 Each bid shall be enclosed in a sealed opaque en- feet to the point of beginning. Containing 637/1000 (812) 537-1193 velope marked with the name and place of business of an acre of land, more or less. 37007 C-6-20-R-3t hspaxlp of the BIDDER and bearing the following caption: Subject to the public use of that part of the public “BIDS - SANITARY SEWER road herein included. Also subject to a right-of-way over and across the lands formerly granted unto REHABILITATION - PHASE III" SHERIFFʼS SALE NOTICE Mailed proposals shall be addressed to Valley Ru- Sarah Jane Bader and husband by David S. Kibbey TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED ral Utility Company, 19435 Alpine Drive, Lawrence- (D.R. 48 page 412): REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES burg, IN 47025. All bids will be held for a period of And also subject to a right-of-way of Southern IndiBy virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me di - one hundred and twenty (120) days after opening. ana Electric Membership Corporation over the rected from the Clerk of Dearborn Circuit Court of C-6-25-JP-2t above described lands; (Being part of the same real Dearborn County, Indiana, in Cause No. 37390 C-6-27-R-2t hspaxlp estate conveyed unto Ronald Roy and wife by 15C01-1207-MF-000153 wherein Bank of America, James Huddleston and wife by deed dated August IN THE DEARBORN CIRCUIT COURT N.A. was Plaintiff, and Susan M. Rago, AKA Susan 2, 1957, and recorded in D.R. 117 page 330.) This DEARBORN COUNTY, IN M. Pecoraro, Mortgage Electronic Registration Sysdescription was made by Dale H. Long, L.S. 10121. ANNUAL TERM 2012 tems, Inc., as nominee for Countrywide Bank, FSB, Commonly known address: 2387 Priest Road, LawCASE NO. 15C01-1302-DR-019 its successors and assigns, State of Indiana, Dear- STATE OF INDIANA ) renceburg, IN 47025 born County Treasurer and were Defendants re - COUNTY OF DEARBORN ) SS Parcel No./ Tax Id #: 15-06-03-404-004.000-020 quiring me to make the sum as provided for in said TRACY ANN OSBORNE, Petitioner, Together with rents, issues, income and profits Decree with interest and cost, I will expose at public vs. thereof, said sale will be made without relief from sale to the highest bidder on the 22nd day of CHARLES CLARK OSBORNE, Respondent. valuation or appraisement laws. August, 2013, at the hour of 1:30 pm, or as soon as Michael R. Kreinhop VERIFIED PETITION FOR thereafter as is possible, at Sheriff's Office at Law Sheriff of Dearborn County DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE Enforcement Center, 301 W. High Street Township: Miller The Petitioner, Tracy Ann Osborne, now states: Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 the fee simple of the whole 1. Petitioner and Respondent were married on FebThe Sheriff's Department does not warrant the body of Real Estate in Dearborn County, Indiana. accuracy of the street address published herein. ruary 16, 2012 and separated on July 10, 2012. The following described real estate in Dearborn 2. Tracy Ann Osborne has been a continuous resi- Stephanie A. Reinhart (25071-06) County, in the State of Indiana, to-wit: dent of Dearborn County, Indiana for the last three Sarah E. Willms (28840-64) Part of the Southeast Quarter of Section 30, Town- months. Gail C. Hersh, Jr. (26224-15) ship 6 North, Range 2 West, Manchester Township, 3. Tracy Ann Osborne has been a continuous resi- John R. Cummins (11532-10) bounded and described as follows: Chris Wiley (26936-10) dent of the State ofIndiana for the last six months. Beginning in the center of the road leading from 4. There are no children born into this marriage. Miranda D. Bray (23766-30) Manchester to the County House at the Northwest- 5. Debts and property: Manley Deas Kochalski LLC ern corner of a tract of land owned by Emmett P.O. Box 441039 a) There are no marital properties to divide. McMullen supposed to be 653 feet West of the East Petitioner agrees to be responsible for her own Indianapolis, IN 46244 line of said section; thence with the center of the medical bills: Respondent responsible for his own Telephone: 614-222-4921 road South 86 deg. West 100 feet to a point; thence medical bills. Attorneys for Plaintiff parallel with the said McMullen line South 0 deg. 30 6. Tracy Ann Osborne is not pregnant. 37569 C-7-4-R-3t hspaxlp East 435.6 feet to a point; thence parallel with the 7. Neither party is a member of the military. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE road North 86 deg. East 100 feet to said McMullen 8. This marriage has suffered an irretrievable breakTO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED line; thence with said line North 0 deg. 30 West down and should be dissolved. REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES 435.6 feet to the place of beginning containing 1 9. Change of Name: Petitioner wishes to return her By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me diacre more or less. Subject to legal highways. name to Tracy Ann Cooley. rected from the Clerk of Circuit Court of Dearborn Commonly known address: 11113 County Farm I AFFIRM under the penalties of perjury that the County, Indiana, in Cause No. 15C01-1301-MF-013 Road, Aurora, IN 47001 foregoing representations are true. wherein United States of America, acting through Together with rents, issues, income and profits Tracy Ann Osborne Rural Housing Services, its Successors and As thereof, said sale will be made without relief from 600 Indiana Ave signs, United States Department of Agriculture was valuation or appraisement laws. Aurora, IN 47001 Plaintiff, and Shawn Goodpaster, Donzie E. Adkins, Michael R. Kreinhop and Dearborn County Hospital, were Defendants, February 4, 2013 Sheriff of Dearborn County Allison D. Rogers requiring me to make the sum as provided for in Township: Manchester NOTARY PUBLIC said Decree with interest and cost, I will expose at The Sheriff's Department does not warrant the public sale to the highest bidder, on the 22ndday 37460 P-7-4-R-3 hspaxlp accuracy of the street address published herein. of August, 2013, at the hour of 1:30 p.m. or as soon IN THE DEARBORN CIRCUIT COURT Stephanie A. Reinhart (25071-06) thereafter as is possible, at Lobby, 301 West High GENERAL TERM, 2013 Sarah E. Willms (28840-64) Street, Law Enforcement Center, Lawrenceburg, InCAUSE NO. 15C01-1211- ES-040 Miranda D. Bray (23766-30) diana, the fee simple of the whole body of Real EsSTATE OF INDIANA Manley Deas Kochalski LLC tate in Dearborn County, Indiana. COUNTY OF DEARBORN SS: P.O. Box 441039 A parcel of ground 65 feet in depth off of the NorthIN THE MATTER OF THE Indianapolis, IN 46244 erly end of Lot Number Five (5) in Wheelerʼs SubdiSUPERVISED ESTATE OF Telephone: 614-222-4921 vision of a part of the Southeast Quarter of Section ROBERT A. MONTGOMERY, Deceased Attorneys for Plaintiff Thirty-One (31) Township Five (5) North, Range One NOTICE ON FINAL ACCOUNT, ETC., TO ALL 37568 C-7-4-R-3t hspaxlp (1) West as surveyed by Alex B. Pattison on April PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF 6th, 1866, said parcel of ground being 82-1/2 feet in ROBERT A. MONTGOMERY, DECEASED Notice is hereby given pursuant to I.C. §29-1-16-6 width and 65 feet deep off of the Northerly end of



A parcel of ground 65 feet in depth off of the Northerly end of Lot Number Five (5) in Wheelerʼs Subdivision of a part of the Southeast Quarter of Section PAGE 5B Thirty-One (31) Township Five (5) North, Range One (1) West as surveyed by Alex B. Pattison on April 6th, 1866, said parcel of ground being 82-1/2 feet in width and 65 feet deep off of the Northerly end of said Lot Number Five (5). SUBJECT TO: Easement Grant given by Martin J. Powers and wife to and in favor of Ira Dale Ashcraft and wife by instrument dated April 19, 1947 as found in D.R. 101 at page 159. More commonly known as: 111 S. Pruyn St., Aurora, Indiana 47001 Parcel No. 15-07-31-402-102.000-003 Together with rents, issues, income, and profits thereof, said sale will be made without relief from valuation or appraisement laws. Michael R. Kreinhop Sheriff of Dearborn County Aurora City Township John B. Flatt Attorney for Plaintiff Nelson & Frankenberger 3105 East 98thStreet, Suite 170 Indianapolis, Indiana 46280 Attorney Number: 20883-45 37567 C-7-4-R-3t hspaxlp NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES By virtue of a certified copy of Decree of Foreclosure to me directed from the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dearborn County, Indiana, in Cause No. 15C01-0711-MF-239, wherein Deutsche Bank Na tional Trust Company as Trustee Under Pooling and Servicing Agreement Dated as of June 1, 2007 Equifirst Loan Securitization Trust 2007-1 Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2007-1 is Plaintiff, and Kenneth Sheehan, Thomas G. Owen, ASA Collections, Dalton Direct, Colors Unlimited, Thomas Owen, III, Aurora Lumber Co., Inc., Vanilla Sky, Inc., Alexander Sigal and Hidden Valley Lake Property Owners are the Defendants, requiring me to make the sum as provided for in said Decree with interest and costs, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder on the 22nd day of August, 2013, at the hour of 1:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter as is possible, at the Dearborn County Sheriffʼs Department, the fee simple of the whole body of Real Estate in Dearborn County, Indiana: Being all of Lot 903 of Hidden Valley Lake Subdivision, Section V, as the same is designated, num bered and known on the recorded plat thereof, Plat Book 7, Pages 11, 12, and 13 of the records of the Recorder of Dearborn County, Indiana, but subject to all legal highways, easements, right-of-ways, conditions, covenants, restrictions, and agreements as shown on said plat. Commonly known as: 21146 Alpine Drive, Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025 Parcel No. 15-06-14-404-031.000-020 Together with rents, issues, income and profits thereof, said sale will be made without relief from valuation or appraisement laws. Michael R. Kreinhop Sheriff of Dearborn County, Indiana The Sheriffʼs Department does not warrant the accuracy of the street address published herein. Attorney for Plaintiff: J. Rickard Donovan Rothberg Logan & Warsco, LLP 505 East Washington Blvd. FORT WAYNE, INDIANA 46802 (260) 422-9454 NOTICE: Rothberg Logan & Warsco LLP is a debt collector. This is an attempt to collect a debt, and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. 37566 C-3-21-R-3t hspaxlp IN DEARBORN CIRCUIT COURT DEARBORN COUNTY, INDIANA GENERAL TERM, 2013 CAUSE NO. 15C01-1306-MF-115 STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OF DEARBORN Dearborn Savings Bank Plaintiff VS. Gerald L. Lozier, (Deceased) and Unknown Heirs of Gerald L. Lozier Defendants NOTICE OF SUIT The State of Indiana to the Defendants above named, and any other person who may be con cerned: You are notified that a Complaint has been filed in the Court named above. The nature of the Complaint is for foreclosure of mortgage. You must answer the Complaint in writing, by you or your attorney, on or before the 31st day of July, 2013 at 9:00 A. M. and if you fail to do so, a Decree will be entered on the Complaint. If you have a Cross Complaint arising from the same transaction or occurrence, you must assert it in your written answer. Richard M. Probst, Clerk Dearborn County Circuit Court Arnold L. McGill, #9488-15 437 Second Street, P.O. Box 90 Aurora, Indiana 47001 Phone: (812) 926-0144 Attorney for the Plaintiff Dearborn Savings Bank 37394 C-6-27-R-3t hspaxlp

IN THE DEARBORN CIRCUIT COURT CAUSE NO. 15C01-1304-MF-079 STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OF DEARBORN U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, a/k/a U.S. BANK N.A. PLAINTIFF VS. GALE M. WILLIAMS, HSBC MORTGAGE SERVICES, INC., CAPITAL ONE BANK AND CREDIT ACCEP TANCE CORPORATION DEFENDANTS SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION TO: Gale M. Williams, whereabouts unknown: A foreclosure Complaint has been instituted against the real estate located at 117 Hilltop Drive, Aurora, IN 47001, by the mortgagee before the Court, Number 15C01-1304-MF-079 styled “U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, a/k/a U.S. Bank N.A.(Plaintiff) vs. M. Williams, HSBC Mortgage Services, Inc., Capital One Bank and Credit Acceptance Corporation (Defendants)”. YOU MUST RESPOND TO THE COMPLAINT WITHIN THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE LAST NOTICE OF THE ACTION IS PUBLISHED AND IN CASE THE DEFENDANTS FAIL TO DO SO, JUDGMENT BY DE FAULT MAY BE ENTERED AGAINST THEM FOR THE RELIEF DEMANDED IN THE COMPLAINT, INCLUDING SALE OF THE REAL ESTATE. Septtimous Taylor Septtimous Taylor, II Craig Brunson 4830 Towne Square Court Owensboro, KY 42301 IN Bar #18326-82 IN Bar #23999-74 IN Bar #29845-82 Attorneys for Plaintiff 37041 C-6-20-R-3t hspaxlp

IN THE DEARBORN CIRCUIT COURT CAUSE NO. 15C01-1304-MF-090 STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OF DEARBORN SS: JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Plaintiff, vs. JASON W. MONTGOMERY, THE HUNTINGTON NATIONAL BANK, JOHN DOE, JANE DOE, Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT The State of Indiana to the above-named defen dants, and any other person who may be con cerned. You are notified that you have been sued in the above-named Court. The nature of the suit against you is: Complaint on Note and to Foreclose Mortgage on the following described real estate in Dearborn County: TRACT #1: AND KNOWN AS BEING PART OF THE NORTH EAST QUARTER OF SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, RANGE 3 WEST OF THE FIRST PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN LOCATED IN THE TOWN OF DILLS -




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A trip could very well be organized on the spur of the moment. You discover some truly inspiring reading matter that will shed new light on your life.

SAGITTARIUS • November 22 - December 21

You are sure to go and meet up with friends abroad or in an out of the way place. You feel the need to experience some new adventures. You transform your home into your very own paradise.

CAPRICORN • December 22 - January 19

It’s always easier to come to an understanding with people you’re not emotionally involved with. You adopt a certain amount of firmness with some members of your family.

AQUARIUS • January 20 - February 18

At work your boss could entrust you with some new and very interesting responsibilities that will be to your benefit. You may well take over his or her job during a vacation.

PISCES • February 19 - March 20

This is an excellent week, emotionally. You are able to live your feelings to the full, which could even lead to a marriage proposal.

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I’d like to start off by thanking everyone for their understanding this week. I apologize that we had to wait until Thursday to get you your Fun Page. Let’s just say I was wrapped up in America’s Birthday, ok I’ll be honest I was wrapped up in my own Birthday and I completely forgot. I hope you can all forgive me. On that note can you believe that 1/2 of the year is almost over! This time every year I not only gain another year of wisdom but I am reminded that the year is almost over and I start to stress about all the things on my 2013 to-do list and how I haven’t really made a dent in it. Before we know it Halloween candy will be in stores and that is when procrastinators like myself will really get to their 2013 list. Who are we kidding, if your anything like me you will just roll those task over to your 2014 list, because eventually we’ll get to it haha. That’s all this Babbling Brooke has to say, until next week anyway!





Selected Prince and Princess of the 2013 Dearborn County 4-H & Community Fair Baby Contest are 6-month-old Jewels Tisch (left), pictured with her parents Jim and Deb Tisch of North Bend, and 18-month-old Samuel Bowling (right), shown with his father, Chris Bowling of Aurora. Congratulating the winners are Miss Dearborn County Fair Queen Lauren Deddens, and from Dearborn County Hospital, which sponsored the contest, Anita Benning, Director of Community Relations (back center), and Claudia Richardt, Vice President of Human Resources, Marketing and Community Relations (far right). The Prince and Princess each received a trophy and a $100 savings account courtesy of the DCH Birthing Center. In addition, the Prince and Princess each received an afghan crocheted by volunteers of the Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP).


Certified Nurse Midwife Amy Palmer, C.N.M. (right), of the Partners In Health Women’s Center in Lawrenceburg, congratulates Melissa and Harper Sundbye of Bright upon winning a $50 savings account. The savings account was a door prize provided courtesy of the Partners In Health Women’s Center.

Retired Teachers commemorate forty years

2013 is the start of the anniversary of the ■■Treasurer: Forest Mosier Retired Teachers of Dearborn County. In 1973, ■■Secretary: Alma U. Buchanan several retired teachers in Dearborn County Dearborn County and the state organizacame together and decided to join with the In- tion have had many ups and downs over diana Retired the last forty Teachers Asyears. Both sociation in are stronger the on-going now than efforts to we have protect and ever been. increase reMembertired teachship is up ers’ pensions. and we are They belistened to lieved in the by memmotto of the bers of the Indiana ReGeneral tired TeachA s s embly. ers AssociaMany imtion, which provements is to promote have been SUBMITTED the welfare of made in just Pictured, front row, left to right: President-Elect: Carol GriIndiana’s rethe last few eser, Executive Director: Nancy Tolson. Pictured, back row, tired educayears. Unleft to right: DCRTA President: James Pierce, Indiana State tors and enfortmately, President: Bob Kraft, State Secretary-Treasurer: Dennis courage and we as reBourquein. perpetuate tired teacheducation in the State of Indiana. ers, have many other areas that are in need Forty years later we commemorate this of improvement. special past event. United and determined in promoting the The officers of the first meeting of the first welfare of all retired teachers, the efforts of year of that inaugual event were as follows: both the Dearborn Country Retired Teachers and the Indiana Retired Teachers Association ■■President: E.L.Morrison will make the next forty years even better. ■■Vice President: Eugene Gabbard

Church Alliance

  THE ALLIANCE CHURCH:  201  West  Conwell St., Aurora; Rev. Dean Greenwood;  Sunday School, 9:30 AM; Morning Worship,  10:30  AM;  Sunday  Evening  Worship,  6:00  PM; Wednesday Evening, 7:00 PM.


  FIRST APOSTOLIC BIBLE CHURCH (Pentecostal):  “Jesus  Cares  and  We  Care,  Too!”  Elm  &  Center  streets,  Lawrenceburg;  Wm. J. Robinson, Pastor; Robert A. Lawson;  Associate  Pastor.  Sunday  School,  10  AM;  Sunday  Morning  Worship,  11:30  AM;  Wednesday Bible Study, 7:00 PM; Saturday  Worship Service, 7:00 PM.

Assembly of God

  HOSANNA ASSEMBLY OF GOD:  501  West Conwell St., Aurora, IN 47001; Pastor,  Pete  Bryk;  926-0400;  Sunday  Morning  Worship  and  Dynamic  Children’s  Church,  10:00  AM;  Sunday  Evening,  6:00  PM;  Wednesday Evening, 7:00 PM. Nursery provided all services. Sunday school available.


  BEREAN BAPTIST CHURCH:  24241  Stateline  Road,  812-637-5822;  Lawrenceburg; Charles Davis, Pastor; Sunday School,  10:00  AM;  Morning  Worship,  10:50  AM; Sunday evening, 6:30 PM; Wednesday  Evening, 7 PM.   BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH, GREENDALE:  1  Faithway  Dr.,  Greendale,  IN;  Pastor  Joseph  Hart;  Sunday  School,  10:00  AM;  Sunday  Worship,  11:00  AM,  Sunday  Evening,  6:30  PM;  Wednesday  Evening,  7:00 PM. Nursery Provided Every Sunday.   CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH:  Inside  Carnegie  Hall,  Main  Street,  Moores  Hill;  Sunday  School,  9:30  AM;  Sunday  Morning  Worship, 10:30 AM; Sunday Evening, 6 PM;  Wednesday  Evening,  7  PM;  Pastor  Jack  Huesman; 812-654-3603.   CHAPPELOW RIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH: 28176  Chappelow  Rd.,  West  Harrison,  IN.  Pastor,  Larry  Schmaltz.  Sunday School, 9:45 AM; Morning Worship,  10:45  AM;  Sunday  Eve  Worship,  6:30  PM;  812-637-1868.   CORNERSTONE BAPTIST CHURCH: 500  Franklin Street, Milan; Sunday School, 9:30  AM;  Worship,  10:30  AM;  Wednesday  &  Sunday  evenings,  6:30  PM;  Pastor  Rick  Mosley, 812-654-9824 or 654-2413.    DEARBORN BAPTIST CHURCH:  9636  SR  48,  Manchester;  Darrell  Sparks,  Pastor;  Sunday  School,  9:30  AM;  Sunday  Morning  Services,  10:30  AM;  Sunday  Evening  Service,  6:00  PM;  Wednesday  Evening  Service,  7:00  PM;  Children’s  Bible  Club,  7  PM, 926-4976.   DILLSBORO FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: 12301  North St.,  Highway  62,  Dillsboro,  IN;  Pastor:  Ron  Mundy,  Sunday  School:  9:30  AM;  Church  Services:  10:30  AM;  Sunday  Evenings:  6:00  PM;    Wednesday  Evenings:  7:00 PM.  812-432-5862.   EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH:  State  Road 148, Aurora; Church School, 9:30 AM;  Morning  Service,  10:30  AM;  Pastor  Tom  Fehrman.   FAITH FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH:  Chesterville  Road;  Lonnie  Phillips,  Pastor;  Sunday School, 10:00 AM; Morning Worship,  11:00 AM.   FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: 45 Tebbs Ave.,  Greendale; Bible study for all ages, groups,  Sundays,  9:00  AM,Traditional/Blended  Service;  10:00  AM,  Bible  Study  classes  for  all  ages;  New**  11:00  AM  Contemporary  Service;  ,  3:00  PM  Cable  6;  Wednesday  Service,  Jr.  High  Youth  Group,  7:00  PM;  Singing  choirs  and  handbell  choirs  for  all  ages; 537-1642.   FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF AURORA:  6060 Blair Road, P.O. Box 83, Aurora; (812)  926.1900. Pastor, Bill Secrest; 9:15 Sunday  School (for all ages), 10:15 Worship Service;  Wednesday - 6:30 Bible Study, 6:45 Jr. ABY.  Home  of  Angel  Food  Ministry   FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF BRIGHT: North Dearborn Road at Morgan Road; Ben  Price;  Affiliated  With  The  Southern Baptist  Convention;  Sunday  School,  9:45  AM;  Morning  Worship,  11:00  AM;  Evening  Worship,  6:00  AM;  Wednesday,  Prayer  Service, 7:00 PM;

  FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF MOORES HILL:  16603  South  Broadway  St.,  Sunday  School,  9:30  AM;  Morning  Worship,  10:45  AM;  Wednesday  Bible  Study,  7 PM;    7443733.

  FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF SPARTA:  12220  Sparta  Pike,  Moores  Hill;  812-7443434, Pastor Rick Burcham; Sunday School,  9:30 AM; Morning Worship, 10:30 AM.   FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH: 403  Meridian  Street  (Hwy.  101),  Sunman,  Indiana;  Pastor,  Bro.  Charles  Gerrian;  812623-4252, 765-698-2146;   FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST MISSION: Durbin  Plaza,  Lawrenceburg.    Sunday  services  10  AM  &  11  AM.    Bible  study  Wednesday  7 PM.    Brother  Dwayne  Barrows.  926-9646   FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH: Negangard Corner; Paul Anderson, Pastor; Church  School,  10:00  AM;  Worship  Service,  11:00  AM.   GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH: 409 N. Main  St.,  Milan,  IN  47031.  Pastor,  Charles  Miller,  812-654-3684.  Sunday  School:  10  AM;  Morning  Worship,  11 AM;  Sunday  Evening,  6 PM; Wednesday Evening, 7 PM.   HOGAN HILL BAPTIST CHURCH:  13298  North Hogan Road, Aurora; Minister Russell  Stephens,  689-4334; Sunday  School,  9:30  AM;  Church  Service,  10:30  AM;  Sunday  Night,  7:00  PM; Wednesday,  Prayer  Meeting, 7:00 PM (All times are fast time).   HOPE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH:  3 miles West of Dillsboro on US 50 at Lake  Dilldear;  Rev.  Tom  Holt;  Sunday  School,  10:00  AM;  Morning  Worship,  11:00  AM;  Sunday  Evening,  7:00  PM;  Wednesday  Evening Prayer Service, 7:00 PM.   LAWRENCEBURG FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH:  340  Arch  Street,  Lawrenceburg;  Brother  Bobby  Courtney;  Sunday  School,  10:00 AM; Morning Worship, 11:00 AM.   LIGHTHOUSE BAPTIST CHURCH:  4936  N. State Road 101, Milan, IN; 812-654-2582,  Sunday School - 9:30 AM, Sunday Worship  -  10:3  AM  &  6:00  PM,  Wednesday  Bible  Study - 6:30 PM.   LUDLOW HILL BAPTIST CHURCH: State  Road  48,  Lawrenceburg;  Pastor  Murray  S. Douglas;  Sunday  School,  9:45  AM; Morning  Worship,  10:50  AM; Evening  Service, 6:00 PM; Wednesday Service, 7:00  PM; Living Truth Broadcast; Sunday   NEW LIFE SOUTHERN BAPTIST:  19936  Shaefer Rd, S.R. 48, Manchester, 926-3575;  Melvin  Barrows,  Pastor;  Sunday  School,  10:00  AM;  Evening  Worship,  Sunday,  6:00  PM; Wednesday Evening, 7:00 PM.   NEW TESTAMENT BAPTIST CHURCH:  Sunman,  Indiana,  Andy  Streit,  Pastor;  Sunday School, 9:00 AM ; Morning Worship,  10:00 AM.   OLIVE BRANCH BAPTIST CHURCH:  R.R. 2, at Bear Branch; Keith Click, Minister;  Sunday School, 10:00 AM; Morning Worship,  11:00 AM; Wednesday Bible Study, 7:00 PM.

Catholic   ST. CECILIA (ST PHILOMENA):  Oak  Forest, Indiana Traditional Latin Mass; Sun.  7:30  AM  and  10:30  AM,  Tues.  &  Fri.  7:00  PM,  Wed  &  Thurs  7:30  AM,  Sat.  8:30  AM.   Holy  Days  7:00  AM  &  7:00  PM.  812-9343204 Ext. 266.   ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST: 25743 St. Rd. 1,  Guilford,  IN;  812-576-4302;  6pm  Saturday  Vigil  Mass,  8am  Monday.  Fr.  Scott  Nobbe,  Pastor,  Fr.  Sengole  Thomas  Gnanaraj,  Associate Pastor.   ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH:  St.  Leon; 7536 Church Lane, West Harrison, IN;  $12,000.00  812-576-4302;  Masses:  8am  Sunday  Mass,  6pm  Wednesday.  Fr.  Scott  Nobbe,  Pastor,  Fr.  Sengole  Thomas  Gnanaraj, Associate Pastor.   ST. LAWRENCE CATHOLIC CHURCH:  542  Walnut  St.,  Lawrenceburg;  812-5373992;  Father  Peter  Gallagher;  Saturday  Mass,  4:00  PM;  Sunday  Mass,  8:30  AM,  11:00 AM.   ST. MARTIN’S CATHOLIC CHURCH:  8044  Yorkridge  Rd.,  Guilford,  IN;  812-5764302; Masses: 10:30am Sunday Mass, 8am  Friday. Fr. Scott Nobbe, Pastor, Fr. Sengole  Thomas Gnanaraj, Associate Pastor.   ST. MARY’S IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH:  203  Fourth  St., Aurora;  Father  Stephen  D.  Donahue  Masses  Saturday  Evening,  5:00  PM;  Sunday,  8:30  and  11:00  AM.    ST. PAUL’S CATHOLIC CHURCH: 9798  N.  Dearborn  Rd.,  Guilford,  IN;  812-5764302;  Masses:  4pm  Saturday  Vigil  Mass,  8am Tuesday  & Thursday.  Fr.  Scott  Nobbe,  Pastor,  Fr.  Sengole  Thomas  Gnanaraj,  Associate Pastor.   ST. PETER’S: Brookville, Indiana, (3 miles,  N.  of  S.R.  46);  812-623-3670;  Weekend  Masses,  Saturday,  5:00  PM,  Sunday,  8:00  AM  EST;  Parish  Life  Coordinator,  Deacon  Robert Decker.   ST. TERESA BENEDICTA OF THE CROSS: 23670 Salt Fork Rd., Lawrenceburg  (Bright),  Indiana. Mass  Schedule:  Monday,  Friday  and  Saturday,  8:00  AM;  Tuesday,  Wednesday  and  Thursday,  6:00  PM;  Saturday  Evening  Vigil,  5:00  PM;  Sunday  Morning Mass, 8:30 AM and 11:00 AM; Holy  Day  Masses,  8:00  AM  and  7:00  PM.  Rev.  Aaron M. Jenkins, Pastor.

Church of Christ   AURORA CHURCH OF CHRIST:  814  Sunnyside Ave.; Lynn White, Minister; Bible  School,  9:30  AM;  Morning  Worship,  10:30  AM;  Evening  Worship  Sunday,  6:30  PM;  Wednesday Bible Study, 6:30 PM.   BRIGHT CHRISTIAN CHURCH:  24457  State Line Road; Jeff Stone, Senior Minister;  Bible School and Morning Worship 9:00 AM  and  10:30  AM;  Evening  Worship  7:00  PM;  Mid-Week  Service, Wednesday,  Family  Night,  7:00  PM;  Upon  request,  all  services  are interpreted for the deaf.

  PIPE CREEK FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH:  Penntown  Road,  Penntown,  Indiana;  Rev.  Stephen  Harlan;  Sunday  School, 10:00 AM; Service 11:00 AM.

  CLEVES CHURCH OF CHRIST:  45  Pontius  Avenue,  Cleves,  Ohio;  Ned  Noble,  Minister; Sunday School, 9:30 AM; Worship,  10:30  AM; Evening  Service,  6:30  PM;  Wednesday Bible Study, 7:00 PM.

TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH: Hartford, IN (in the old Methodist Church building in Hartford); Tom Miller, pastor; 534-3666 Sunday school, 10:00 a.m.; Sunday Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m.; Sunday Evening Service, 6:00 p.m.; Wednesday Evening Service, 7:00 p.m.

  DILLSBORO CHURCH OF CHRIST:  11771  Old  US  50,  Dillsboro,  IN  47018.  Church  School,  9:30 AM;  Morning  Worship,  10:30 AM.

  UNION VALLEY MISSIONARY CHURCH: 530  Martin  Luther  King  Dr..,  Lawrenceburg;  Sheldon  Rox,  pastor;  Church  School, 9:30 AM; Morning Worship, 10:45 AM.   WASHINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH:  5496  E. U.S. 50, Dillsboro, at Elrod; Pastor, Bruce  Fitzsimmons;  Sunday  School,  9 AM;  Morning Worship, 10 AM; ; Evening Service,  6 PM;  Wednesdays, All Stars  &  Teen  Youth  Hour, 5 PM, Prayer Meeting, 7 PM.

BIble Church

  INDEPENDENT BIBLE CHURCH:  20993  Georgetown  Road,  Lawrenceburg;  Craig  Sopcisak, Pastor; Sunday School, 9:30 AM;  Morning  Worship,  10:30  AM;  Sunday  Evening  Service;  6:00  PM;  Mid-Week  Service,  Wednesday,  7:00  PM;  812-6372292.   SUNMAN BIBLE SCHOOL: Highway 101,  1 Mile South of Sunman; Sterling L. Cauble,  Pastor;  Sunday  School,  9:00  AM;  Morning  Worship, 10:00 AM.

  FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST:  421  Ridge  Ave.,  Lawrenceburg;  Tim  Russell,  Senior  Minister;  Bible  School,  9:30  AM; Worship,  10:30  AM;  Sunday  Evening,  6:30  PM;  Channel  6,  Sundays,  6  PM;  Wednesday  Evening, 7:00 PM.   HOLMAN CHRISTIAN UNION CHURCH:  12020 North Hogan Road, Aurora, IN 47001;  812-744-3141;  Pastor  Michael  A.  Addison;  Sunday  School  9:30 AM;  Morning  Worship,  10:45 AM.   HOLMES HILL CHURCH OF CHRIST: Old  56,  Two  Miles  Southwest  of  Aurora;  Bible  School,  9:30  AM;  Worship  Service  and  Lord’s  Supper,  10:30  AM;  Sunday  Evening  Service,  7:30  PM;  Bible  Study  and  Prayer  Meeting, Wednesday, Jr. & Sr. Youth-Group,  7:30 PM; Phone 438-2930. CHURCH OF CHRIST AT MILAN:  719  E.  Carr  Street,  PO  Box  676,  Milan,  IN  47031.  Phone:  812-654-2177,  Shawn  McMullen,  Minister.  Service  Times:  9:00  AM  Bible  School, 10:00 AM Worship, 6:30 PM Evening  Worship  and  Youth  Groups,  6:30  PM  Wednesday Bible Study.

School It’s that time of year again! Time to get the kids ready to head back to school. These special pages will help out the parents by providing supply lists for local schools. Help out your business by advertising your back to school specials!

Deadline: July 11th

Published: July 18th in the Dearborn County Register & Rising Sun Recorder/Ohio Co. News

Deadline: July 31st Published: Aug. 7th in the Harrison Press   MOORES HILL CHURCH OF CHRIST:  13567 St. Rd. 350, Moores Hill, IN; Tito Pel,  Minister. Sunday School, 9:30 AM; Worship,  10:30  AM; Sunday  Evening Service,  7  PM;  Wednesday Service, 7 PM   PLEASANT RIDGE CHURCH OF CHRIST: R.R. 1, Aurora, Junction of Salem Ridge and  Pleasant Ridge roads, Ohio County, Indiana;  Parsonage,  438-4997;  Mike  Mullenix,  Minister; Sunday School, 9:30 AM; Worship,  10:30  AM;  Sunday  Evening,  7:30  PM;  Evening Youth Groups, 6:15 AM; Wednesday  Bible Study, 7:00 PM.

  THE LAWRENCEBURG CHURCH OF CHRIST:  Sundays,  Worship,  10  AM;  Bible  Class, 11 AM Wednesdays, Bible Class 7:30  PM. 340 Arch St., Lawrenceburg. Write: P.O.  Box  3644,  Lawrenceburg,  IN 47025.  Phone  537-9050 or 537-2351.   SUNMAN CHURCH OF CHRIST: Neaman  St.,  Sunman,  812-623-5633;  John  Chowning,  Minister;  Bible  School,  9:00 AM;  Worship,  10:00  AM,  Evening  Service  6:00  PM.   THE MILTON CHURCH OF CHRIST: 7171  Milton-Bear  Branch Road,  Dillsboro,  of  Ind.  262;  Larry  Collier,  Minister;  Sunday  School,  11:40  AM; Sunday  Worship,  10:30  AM. Sunday  Evening  Service,  7:00  PM;  Wednesday Bible Study, 7:00 PM.   CHURCH OF CHRIST AT MANCHESTER:  Charlie Steele (Evangelist); 438-2717, Bible  School,  9:30  AM;  Worship,  10:30  AM;  Evening  7:00  PM;  Wed.  Bible  Study,  7:00  PM.   CHURCH OF CHRIST AT ST. LEON: 7140  Hyland  Lane,  Guilford;  812-576-2311;  Sunday  Morning  Services,  9:30  and  10:30  AM;  Sunday  Evening  Service,  6:00  PM;  Wednesday Evening Service, 7:30 PM.

Church of God FIRST CHURCH OF GOD:  Fairview  and  Bielby roads; Donald Pierce, pastor; Sunday  School,  9:45  AM;  Morning  Worship,  10:45  AM; Sunday Evening, 6:00 PM.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints   CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS:  6168    Martha  North  Dr.,  Aurora; Services 10:00 AM, Sunday; Sunday  School,  11:20  AM;  Young  Men/Young  Women, Wed. 7:00 PM; Family History Help,  7:00 PM; 926-6004, 926-0102 alternate.

Community Church SUNMAN COMMUNITY CHURCH: Vine  &  Buchanan  sts.,  Sunman;  Rev.  Joey  Nelson;  Sunday  School,  9 AM;  Worship  Service,  10  AM; Awana 6-7:30 PM Sunday.

Jehovah’s Witnesses   AURORA KINGDOM HALL OF JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES:  Highway  350,  Across  From  South Dearborn  High  School;  Public Talk, 10:00 AM, Sunday; Watchtower  Study,  11:00  AM,  Sunday;  Ministry  School  and Service Meeting, 7:30 PM, Thursday.   WEST HARRISON KINGDOM HALL OF JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES: 6956 Stonegate  Drive;  Public  Talk,  9:30  AM,  Sunday;  Watchtower Study, 10:30 AM, Sunday; Bible  Study,  7:30  PM,  Tuesday;  Ministry  School  And  Service  Meeting,  7:30  PM,  Thursday;  637-1475 or 637-3307.

Lutheran   BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN CHURCH:  495  A place to believe, to belong and to grow. 495  Ludow  St.  812-537-0361,  Greendale;  Bible  Study  and  Sunday  School,  9:00  AM;  Worshop  Service,  10:00  AM;  Pastor  Steve  Miguet   EMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA):  570  N.  Sheldon  St.  (Greendale):  Lawrenceburg;  The  Jim  Kuchera  Pastor;  Adult  Sunday  School,  9:00  AM.  Sunday  Services begin at 10 AM.   ST. JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA):  12523  North  Dearborn  Road,  East  of  Sunman,  at  Hubbell’s  Corner;  Sunday  School,  9:00  AM  EST;  Worship,  10:00  AM  EST, Holy Communion, every Sunday of the  Month.   ST. JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA):  4937 State Road 48; Worship Service, 9:00  AM;  Sunday  School,  10:15  AM;  Contemporary  Worship  Service  at  11:00  each Sunday.   ST. JOHN LUTHERAN: (Missouri Synod):  230 Mechanic St., Aurora; Pastor, Edward A.  Davis; Sunday School and Bible Class, 9::00  AM; Divine Worship, 10:00 AM.   ST. JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri Synod):  Highway  62,  Farmers  Retreat;  RIchard  Wilke,  pastor;  Sunday  School/Bible  Class,  9:00  AM;  Worship  Service, 10:00 AM   ST. PETER LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA): 12963 North  Street  on  State  Road  62,  P.O.  Box  125,  Dillsboro;  432-5843;  Sunday  School,  9:00  AM;  Worship,  10:00  AM   ST. PETER LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA):  Bear  Branch,  Corner  of  Bear  Branch  and  South Fork  roads;  Sunday  School, 9:30 AM; Worship, 10:30 AM   TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN (Missouri Synod): Corner of Main and Central Streets,  Dillsboro;  Rev.  Richard  Kolaskey,  Pastor  Sunday  School  Bible  Class,  9:00  AM;  Worship Service, 10:00 AM.


  ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA): State Road 48, Manchester, Sunday School,  9:00 AM; Worship Service, 10:00 AM

  TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH: Lake and  Center  streets,  Lawrenceburg;  Mary  Taflinger,  Vicar;  Worship  Service,  8:30  AM;  Holy Eucharist, 10:30 AM; Children’s Sunday  School, 10:30 AM.


  MT. SINAI UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: Pastor:  LaJo  Dunbar,  Sun.  School Superintendent: Jan Sturtz. Worship,  9:00 AM; Sunday School, 10:15 AM   MT. TABOR UNITED METHODIST CHURCH:  Pastor  Tom  Harzula;  John  McDonald,  Sunday  School  Super intendent;  Sunday School at 8:30 a.m; worship at 9:15  a.m.   TANNER VALLEY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH:   Chris  Gadlage,  Pastor;  SR  1;  Worship,  10:00 AM;  Sunday  School,  9 AM;  537-4111.   WILMINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH:  Wilmington,  Indiana;  Pastor  Matthew  Oelker;  Barbara  Roland;  Sunday  School Superintendent Church School, 9:30  AM; Worship Service, 10:30 AM

Nazarene   LUDLOW HILL FIRST CHURCH OF NAZARENE:  775  Bielby  Road  at  Scenic  Drive;  537-3490;  Rev.  John  Griffin;  Sunday  School,  9:45  AM; Morning  Worship,  11:00  AM; Sunday evening, 6:00 PM; Wednesday,  6:30 PM


  ABUNDANT LIFE MINISTRIES:  Sunday  School, 10AM; Evenings, 7 PM; Wednesday  Bible Study, 7 PM; In-Home Bible Study; Call  812-534-3088,  ask  for  David,  Sunday  School Director.   CEDARS OF LEBANON FELLOWSHIP:  U.S.  50  & Station  Hollow  Road;  Charles  G.  Hill,  Pastor;  812-926-1258;  Saturday  Night  Alive  Service,  7  PM;  Morning  Worship,  10 AM; Evening Service, 7 PM; Wednesday  Bible Study & Prayer Meeting, 7 PM.   VINEYARD COMMUNITY CHURCH:777  Eads Pkwy (US 50) East, Lawbg. Sr. Pastor  David  Hall.  Weekly  Worship  Services:  Sun.  10:30  am;  Call  812-537-1933  or  email:   ZION CHURCH: 340  Walnut  St.,  Lawrenceburg;  Pastor  Reva  Minor,  P.H.D.  Sunday School 9:30 AM, Church 10:30 AM.

Pentecostal   AUBURN OLD TIME HOLINESS CHURCH:  1077  Morgan  Ross  Road; Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday, 7:30 PM;  Pastor Paul Hensley; 1-812-487-2885.   HOMESTEAD PENTECOSTAL CHURCH: Sunday School, 10:00 AM; Worship Service,  11:00 AM   PENTECOSTAL CHURCH: SR  46,  St.  Leon, Indiana; Rev. Vernon Wheeler, pastor;  Services,  6:30  PM;  Saturday,  6:30,  9  PM;  Sunday, Tuesday, 6:30 PM EST   TRINITY CHAPEL - PRIBBLE ROAD: Bob  Brigmon, Pastor; Sunday School, 10:00 AM;  Sunday Evening, 7:00 PM

Presbyterian   BEECHER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: 229  Short  St.,  Lawrenceburg;  537-3390;  Sunday School, 9:30; Divine Worship, 10:30;  David M. Patterson.


  DEARBORN HILLS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH:  25365  State  Line  Road,  Bright,  IN 47025;  Pastor  Scott  Stephans;  812-6373993.;  9:00  AM  Sunday  School;  10:15  AM  Worship Service. Nursery provided.

  CEDARS OF THE LEBANON FELLOWSHIP:  Pastor  Charles  G.  Hill;  Morning Service & Children’s Church, 10:00  AM; Evening Service, 7:00 PM; Bible Study  & Prayer  Time,  Wednesday,  7:00  PM;  Hwy.  50, Dillsboro, IN

  DILLSBORO UNITED METHODIST CHURCH:   Pastor  Tom  Harzula,  Sunday  School,  9:30  AM;  Morning  Worship,  10:45  AM

  DILLSBORO HOPEWELL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: Rev.  Dana  B.  Stout;  9:00 AM  Worship  for Adults;  Sunday  School for Children.

  COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: Wrights  Corner,  State  Road  48  and Possum Ridge Road; Duane Loos, pastor;  Morning  Worship,  9:00  AM;  Church  School, 10:00 AM

  FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: Fourth  and  Main  Streets,  Aurora; 926-2183;  Rev.  Dana B. Stout, Pastor; Church School, 9:15  AM; Divine Worship, 10:30 AM

  COMMUNITY FELLOWSHIP CHURCH: 505  Bielby Road,  Lawrenceburg,  Indiana;  Sunday  School,  9:00  AM;  Sunday  Service,  10:15 AM; Youth  Group  Sundays,  6:30  PM;  Pastor Terry Rueger.   FIRST CHURCH: 304  3rd  St.,  Aurora,  Pastor  Damon  Soper,  812-926-0535.  Gathering  at  6:00  p.m.  Saturdays.  Services  at  6:30  p.m.  Saturdays  at  the  United  Methodist Church.

  ELIZABETHTOWN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: Corner  of  Gaines  and  Wayne  streets,  Elizabethtown,  Ohio;  Rev.  Kyle  McNeely, Minister; Sunday School, 9:39 AM;  Church Service, 10:30 AM

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  FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: Third Street, Aurora; Pastor Dan Wyllys 9260535,  Sunday  School,  9:15  AM;  Worship  Service, 10:15 AM

  GRACE CHURCH OF THE VALLEY: 1709  Nowlin,  Greendale  47025;  Sunday  Morning  Worship,  10 AM;   Pastor  Roger  Webb,  5373425.

  HAMLINE CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: W. High and Vine Streets; Minister,  Pastor  Bob  Cannon;  Church  School,  9:30  AM; Morning Worship, 10:35 AM

TRINITY CHRISTIAN CENTER:  Pribble  Road; Bob Brigmon, Pastor; Sunday School,  10:00 AM;  Praise  and  Worship,  10:45  AM;  Evening  Service,  6:30  PM;  Wednesday  Service, 7:00 PM

  MOORES HILL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: Moores Hill; Pastor Ted Hamrick.  Worship, 10:00 AM.

  CLEVES PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: 25  East  State  Road,  Cleves,  Ohio;  513-9411670;  Pastor  Meg  Doerzbacher;  Sunday  School, 9:30 AM; Worship, 10:30 AM

  PROVIDENCE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: 23983  Salt  Fork  Road, Bright,  IN  47025;  Rev. Steven Pace; Sundays: Church School,  9:00  AM;  Worship,  10:30  AM;  Phone  812637-1211;  email-providence@fuse. net;

Wesleyan   WESLEYAN CHURCH OF LAWRENCEBURG: 408  Walnut  Street,  Lawrenceburg;  Sunday  School,  9:30  AM;  Morning  Worship,  10:30  AM;  Sunday  Evening; 6:00 PM; Wednesday Bible Study,    WILMINGTON HILLS WESLEYAN CHURCH: State Road 350 and Wilmington;  Sunday School, 9:30 AM; Morning Worship,  10:30  AM;  Sunday Evening  Service,  6  PM;  Wednesday  Evening,  7 PM;  Pastor  James  Kessen


DUTY CALLS Douglas Schuckmann

Navy Lt. Douglas C. Schuckmann, whose wife, Christina, is the daughter of Jean and Robert D. Becker of Lawrenceburg, Ind., recently participated in the system evaluation of a Chemically Hardened Expeditionary Medical Facility (CH EMF) at Naval Weapons Station Cheatham Annex, Williamsburg, Va. Schuckmann along with other active duty and Navy Reservists recently completed testing the integration of a collective protection system. With a collective protection system, an Expeditionary Medical Facility is protected against chemical, biological and radiological exposure. CH EMFs provide medical personnel the capability to operate without having to be fully outfitted in individual protective or mission oriented protective posture gear. During the evaluation phase, medical personnel were enclosed within the facility for 72 hours. Simulated patient scenarios were conducted to provide a realistic feeling to the event.



Prairie Fire Children’s Theatre “Peter Pan” auditions scheduled

The Rural Alliance for the Arts, RAA, will once again bring Prairie Fire Children’s Theatre to Batesville - this time for a production of Peter Pan the week of July 15-20. Up to 81 local young people ages 8-18 are needed to play the roles of Peter Pan, Wendy, John, Michael, Tinkerbelle, The Crocodile, The Pirates, The Lost Kids and The Beasts. Auditions will be held Monday, July 15 from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Auditioners need to plan to be there the entire three hours. Practices will be from 9 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday. Dress rehearsal starts at 2 p.m. on Friday, July 19 and performers stay until the performance that night. Performances will be on Friday, July 19 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, July 20 at 2 p.m. All practices and performances will be in the Batesville High School auditorium. Performance tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door. Participation is free for RAA member families. There is a $25 participation fee for non-members. For more information or to download a registration form visit the RAA website at or call Rose Herring at 812-623-0153. This Prairie Fire Children’s Theatre production is funded in part by the Columbus Area Arts Council and the Indiana Arts Commission.

Dearborn County’s Own Thursday, July 4 - Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Trey Cleeter

Trey Cleeter is active duty with the United States Navy. He was recently promoted to section leader after graduating accelerated training for damage controlman. Trey Cleeter Cleeter is stationed at Great Lakes Naval Base TSC in Lake County, Ill. He joined the US Navy in January 2013 and graduated basic training in March 2013. He attended Roncalli High School, Indianapolis. He is the son of Andy and Christa Cleeter, Indianapolis and the grandson of “Doc” and Garnette Cleeter and Ron and Eileen Heffelmire, Dillsboro. All of his friends and family are extremely proud of his success and thank him for his service.

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Nicholas Hutchinson

Navy Ensign Nicholas A. Hutchinson, son of Linda M. and Merrill L. Hutchinson of West Harrison, Ind., recently graduated from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., and was commissioned to his current rank. Hutchinson successfully completed four years of intensive academic, physical and professional training. As a graduate of the Naval Academy, Hutchinson completed a four-year, total-immersion program where a strong, balanced academic program focused on the educational needs of the Navy and Marine Corps, is superimposed on a strict, professional military training environment emphasizing the development of leadership skills. The class of 2013 graduated 1, 047 men and women including 603 Navy ensigns and 223 Marine Corps second lieutenants. Established in 1845, USNA is considered one of the top institutions in the country. This is the academy’s 163rd traditional graduation ceremony, graduating approximately 79, 900 midshipmen to include 4, 000 admirals and generals, one president, 200 members of Congress, three governors, 73 Medal of Honor recipients, one Nobel Prize winner and 40 astronauts. Hutchinson is a 2009 graduate of East Central High School of St. Leon, Ind.

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Tim Dickhaus

Navy Ensign Tim J. Dickhaus, son of Robin L. Dickhaus of Guilford, Ind., recently graduated from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., and was commissioned to his current rank. Dickhaus successfully completed four years of intensive academic, physical and professional training. As a graduate of the Naval Academy, Dickhaus completed a four-year, total-immersion program where a strong, balanced academic program focused on the educational needs of the Navy and Marine Corps, is superimposed on a strict, professional military training environment emphasizing the development of leadership skills. The class of 2013 graduated 1, 047 men and women including 603 Navy ensigns and 223 Marine Corps second lieutenants. Established in 1845, USNA is considered one of the top institutions in the country. This is the academy’s 163rd traditional graduation ceremony, graduating approximately 79, 900 midshipmen to include 4,000 admirals and generals, one president, 200 members of Congress, three governors, 73 Medal of Honor recipients, one Nobel Prize winner and 40 astronauts.



Ongoing events Breast Cancer Support Group meets third Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. in the Dearborn Room, second floor, at Dearborn County Hospital in Lawrenceburg. Everyone is welcome. Contact: Jan Tyler, 812926-3927, or Terri Jones, 812376-6781. Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Meets on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m. at the Milan Public Library and the third Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. at Dearborn County Hospital, Ohio Room – 2nd Floor, in Lawrenceburg. For more information: 888422-2691 or com/site/alzseind Eating Disorder Support Group for women and teens Wednesday evenings 6 to 8 p.m. at Dearborn County Hospital Conference Center, Dearborn Room. Cost: $20, one time fee covers class materials. Sponsored by: Christian based and confidential. For more information call Rae Lynn DeAngelis, 513-505-7386. ANAD meetings Eating Disorder Support Group of Southeastern Indiana every Friday at 6 p.m. at Lawrenceburg Community Center. Contact info: Lara Komon at 859-4961206 or Food Pantries The Clearinghouse is a community backed food pantry that strives to help individuals in basic need of food, clothing, and financial need. We serve five counties with four locations to facilitate your needs. Food Service: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.: MondayFirst Presbyterian Church, 215 Fourth St., Aurora; Tuesday-Zion United Church, 40 Walnut St., Lawrenceburg; Wednesday-First Presbyterian Church, 215 Fourth St., Aurora; Thursday-Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 495 Ludlow, Greendale. The St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry located at 210 Fifth Street, Aurora. Regular weekly schedule, open on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 10 a.m. to 12 noon to serve you. For further information, call us at 812-926-1637. First Baptist Church’s Food Pantry, 45 Tebbs Ave., Greendale, Ind., is available the second Monday of every month from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. “Singin’ Time in Indiana” The second Saturday evening of each month, the Highlights Quartet will be hosting a free gospel sing called “Singin’ Time in Indiana, at Dearborn Adult Center, 311 W. Tate St., Lawrenceburg.

It’s not sponsored by any one church but is open to all who would like to enjoy an evening of gospel music and fellowship. Bingo Every Monday night at Sunman Legion Post 337 beginning at 6:30 p.m. For information: 812623-2972. Woodturners Southeastern Indiana Woodturners, local chapter of the American Association of Woodturners, invite men and women of all ages to learn to turn at Jerry Williams shop, 8896 Baseline Road, Holton, Ind., on the second and fourth Monday of the month from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. All skill levels are welcome. For more information call Gerald Williams, 812-689-6545, or Charles Martin, 812-926-2218 Cross Eyed Riders #752, Christian Motorcyclists Association meets the first Sunday of the month at 1 p.m. for food and fellowship and at 2 p.m. for meeting at Hog Rock Cafe, formerly the Railroad Inn, 101 East Carr Street, Milan. Call 513-2189707 or 812-654-3713 or email for directions or other information. Lawrenceburg Consolidated High School’s 45th Class Reunion will be Saturday, July 20. Call Lenna Dugle Herzog for information and reservations 812926-1019. Save The Date South Dearborn Class of 2003 Ten year reunion Saturday, Aug. 3, 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. at Willie’s Sports Cafe/Hidden Valley Lake. For more information go to LCHS Class of 1963 has scheduled their 50th Class Reunion on Aug. 2 and Aug. 3. If you have not been contacted, call Penny at 812-637-0414. SDHS class of 1988 has scheduled their 25th class reunion on Saturday, Aug. 24 at Hollywood in Lawrenceburg. If you haven’t been contacted call Jim Harland at 317-442-3775! Hope to see you there! Lawrenceburg Class of 1958 has scheduled the 55th reunion on Saturday, July 20 at Hollywood Casino. For more information call 812-537-2864. Fish, Chicken Dinners The New Alsace American Legion Post #452 located on Legion Road in New Alsace will be having fish and chicken dinners every Friday evening till the end of October, 2013. Serving will be from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Hamburgers and cheeseburgers are also available. Open

THE DEARBORN COUNTY REGISTER to the public. Any questions, call Paul at 812-576-4186. Bright Farmers Market is held each Friday, weather permitting, at the Providence Presbyterian Church, corner of State Line and Salt Fork Roads, from 3 to 6:30 p.m. We offer in season produce, eggs, jams and jellies, plants, baked goods, soaps and more. For further information please contact Linda Johnson at 812-637-3898 or Judy Greer at 812-637-3015. July 19 Molly from the Dearborn recycling center will join us to teach us how to recycle and compost. City of Spires Museum, 111 Fifth Street, Aurora, will be open from 1 to 4 p.m. on the first and third Sundays of June through September. This year’s display features artwork by students in grades five through twelve. Guests are also treated to the history and beauty of the former church building No charge! Call 812-926-0944. Tuesday-Sunday, 1 to 4:30 p.m. “A Century Of Brides” Exhibit At Hillforest Museum See Hillforest adorned in its wedding finery and view over twenty antique/vintage bridal gowns dating from 1850-1950. Regular admission charged. Hillforest is located at 213 Fifth Street, Aurora. For information call 812-926-0087 or visit www. National Active and Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) Association, Indiana Chapter 0813, has a monthly meeting at 10 a.m., on the third Tuesday of each month at the Ponderosa Steakhouse, corner of North Lincoln St. and Fourth St., Greensburg, Ind. Optional lunch afterward. We have guest speakers on a variety of topics and items. Come meet your current and retired Federal Employee comrades. For more information call (765) 629 2720. Artists needed for Arts Alive! Arts Fair Art, in all its forms, is the sole focus of the Arts Alive! Arts Fair. Artists are needed for the Arts Alive! Arts Fair in Agner Hall in the Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds. The eighth annual Arts Alive! Arts Fair, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 12, will feature local artists displaying and selling their works and live performances by local artists. Artists have the opportunity to participate in this event by submitting an application and $25 booth registration fee. There will be food available. For more information, contact the Dearborn Highlands Arts Council website at www.dearbornhighlandsarts. org or at 812-539-4251.


Tuesdays and Thursdays, golf); 7 p.m. cook out; 8:45 p.m. Shot Gun Start (night through July 30

up, skin care, and suggestions for using wigs, turbans, and golf). Cost for outing fourscarves. It also includes tips on Growing Stronger Free Strength Training program somes $200 or $50 for individ- nail care while undergoing uals. Single golfers, contact us treatment. Cosmetics are profor women over the age of 50 who are interested in strength- and we can pair you into a four- vided for your personal makesome. Included in fees are: over - you will receive over ening their bodies and overall well-being Tuesdays and Thurs- cook out, soft drinks Gatorade $250 worth of brand name cosmetics. This program is free of days, through July 30, 7 a.m. to and water, 9 holes of day golf, 9 holes of night golf, and rental charge and facilitated by li8:30 a.m. Evening Class: 5:30 of nite golf balls. Proceeds from censed cosmetologists-all to 7 p.m. at Rising Sun Ohio American Cancer Society VolCounty Senior Center. Weights this event will go to offset the cost of Troop 693 Florida Sea unteers. It will be held at 7 p.m. are provided. Presented by Purin the Dearborn Room {second due Extension- Dearborn Coun- Base trip. For Additional information contact: Phil Shoemakfloor} at Dearborn County Hosty/Ohio County. For more inforpital, 600 Wilson Creek Road, mation contact Shannon Frank- er, 19577 Putter Place, LawLawrenceburg. For more inforlin, Purdue Cooperative Exten- renceburg; Phone: 513-6494723; Email: shoeman009@ mation and to register to atsion Health and Human tend, contact Donna Wright at es Educator at 812-438-3656 812-744-3587 or your Amerior at can Cancer Society at 1-800Monday, July 15 227-2345. Look Good Feel Better ProSunday, July 7 gram The Tri-State Antique Market Offered four times each year in Monday, July 15Indiana’s largest antiques and vintage market at the Lawrence- Dearborn County, the Look Friday, July 19 burg Fairgrounds on Sunday, Good Feel Better Program pro- VBS July 7. Public admission hours vides information and cosmetic Kingdom Rock at Aurora are from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. with advice to women battling canChurch of Christ, 814 Sunny earlybird shoppers admitted cer {any cancer, just not breast Side Ave., Aurora, at 6 to 8:30 during dealer set-up beginning cancer}. This training includes p.m. for grades K-6th. For more at 6 a.m. A $3 adult, over age hands-on instruction on make- information call 812-926-2259. 18, entry fee is charged at all times. Parking is free. Attended pets are welcome. Complete TriState Antique Market information, including detailed directions, area accommodations, and a photo gallery of past Market finds is available at, or by calling manager Bruce Metzger at 513-738-7256. Additional 2013 Market dates are scheduled for Sundays, Aug. 4, Sept. 1, and Oct. 6.

Thursday, July 11

Cincinnati mystery writer, Dan Andriacco, will discuss “What Writers Can Learn from Sherlock Holmes” at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 11 in the Depot Room of the Lawrenceburg Public Library, 150 Mary Street, Lawrenceburg. More information is available at Richard Mourdock, Indiana State Treasurer and former candidate for US Senate will speak on “Electing Conservatives” Thursday July 11, 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Lawrenceburg Fire Dept, Tate Street. Public encouraged to attend. Sponsored by We The Hoosiers.

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Brad Keselowski, winner of the 2012 Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway, hoists the trophy after capturing Friday's rain-shortened NASCAR Nationwide Series Feed the Children 300 preliminary event, halted 30 laps shy of its scheduled finish.


Matt Kenseth climbs atop his No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota to celebrate Sunday's rain-delayed victory at Kentucky Speedway in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Quaker State 400. The 41-year old Wisconsin native and North Carolina resident led the race for 38 laps, after starting in 16th position, en route to his fourth victory of the season. Kenseth took advantage of a spin by Jimmie Johnson's No. 48 Chevrolet after a restart on lap 247 of 267 to take the checkered flag.



Dale Earnhardt Jr. (second from left) is all smiles after winning the Coors Light Pole Position award and the No. 1 starting slot for Sunday's rain-delayed NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway. Junior, 39, finished 12th in the No. 88 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet.

The No. 88 car of polesitter Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Carl Edwards' No. 99 roar away at the start of the first lap in Sunday's rain-delayed NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Quaker State 400 on a dry track at Kentucky Speedway.


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Harrison- 2 Bedroom, 11/2 we Rising Sun 812-438-2011 Harrison 513-367-4582 Greendale- 2nd floor, 1 bath. Come see why • bedroom a p a r t m e n t . are Harrisons amenity rich Lawrenceburg Efficiency $425/mo + Deposit + utili- community. Tanning, Ten- Unit- $540/month with all ties. 1 yr. lease. No pets. nis, Basketball, Theater, utilities included. LaunW/D h o o k u p . Baseball Field, Fitness dry facilities on site. Ph RISING SUN-1 bedroom, Center, Business Center. 812-623-4130. 513-265-8460 o r first floor, appliances, W/D, Harrison - 1 bedroom apt. Garages available $625. 812-577-6781 deck, very nice. Must see! (513)367-4999. in quiet 12 unit brick buildLudlow Hill- 3 bedroom Non-smoking, no pets. Lawrenceburg (2-bed ing, heat furnished, gas h e a t , Tenants pay utilities. Deroom apt with all appli- r a n c h , $430/month. $750/month plus deposit. posit, references required. ances and washer/dryer (513)845-4141 $500/month. 812-584-4170 812-667-7679. Harrison - 1 bedroom, hook-up in apt. Each apt has front porch or balMilanHoosier Country $430 and up. 2 bedroom c o n y . $ 6 5 0 / m o n t h Square Apts. 2BR with $535 and up. C/A, pool, balcony/patios, park like w/$650 deposit required. dining room, fridge, Small pets only (addi - s t o v e , dishwasher, setting. (513)202-0715. tional deposit required on-site laundry facilities, Harrison area. 1 bedroom, for pet) Ph 513-265-8460 patio area, $550/month 3-bedroom, 1-bath ranch, newly remodeled apart - or 812-577-6781 $550 deposit. No pets. in Sunman. Minutes to I74. for rent. ment 812-577-6781 Energy efficient;gas heat. Lawrenceburg 1 bed 513-550-9770 room apt. in nice 18 unit Near Vevay Casino. 1 bed- C/A.Equipped kitchen. Harrison, 1 and 2 bedroom brick building, 1 block from hook-up.Attached garoom. Big yard. New Car- W/D rage.Non-smoking propapt., Leasing special, Hollywood Casino. All utilipet. Big deck overlooking erty.$780/month+utilities $495, $595/month incl. wa- ties included. $530 month, woods. Service animals ter, sewer, garbage. Laun- 2 0 8 Elm S t . only. $475 plus utilities. and deposit.Smaill pet dry on site. Security de- (812)537-4116. 812-623-4454 o r $30/month.Credit posit required. check/references required. 859-240-0126. Lawrenceburg 2-bed (812)623-2603. (513)205-5555. room (deluxe) w/ ce - Patriot- 1 bedroom apartHarrison, 1-2 bedroom. ramic tile, stove, dish3 bedroom, 1 bath with Paragon West Apts. Pri- washer, fridge, stack ment. Heat, air, water in- huge detached garage in vate patio with breathtak- washer/dryer. No pets cluded. $500/month plus Dillsboro close to park. All ing view of the valley. Free $700/month w/ $700 de- deposit.(812) 584-6404. appliances included. heat! $460 and up. No posit. Ph 513-265-8460 Rising Sun 2 Bedroom, 1 $775.00 a month plus pets. (513)845-4141. or 812-577-6781 Bath, Eat-In Kitchen, W/D minimum deposit $875.00 Harrison, OH- Tippeca- Lawrenceburg Downtown, Hookup, River View Deck & utilities. 812-926-6025 noe Apartments. Spa - 2 bedroom Condo, new 438-2300. ext 222 cious remodeled 2BR construction, water and Rising Sun- 2 Bdrm, 1 $610-$640 dishwasher, sewage included. Rent Bath, Eat-In Kitchen, W/D 3-4 bedroom, completely balcony, very, very $925/mo. 513-532-8933. HookUp, River View remodeled, 1.5 bath. Nice clean. No pets. lot in Addyston, Ohio. Deck 438-2300 Lawrenceburg efficiency 812-637-1787, Brand new school. apartment all utilities furRising Sun- Single level $850/month plus deposit. 513-574-4400 nished including C/A & duplex with garage. 3 bed- Call Wen (513)604-6522. Harrison- 2 Bedroom, 11/2 Dish TV, great location. rooms, 1 1/2 baths, applibath. Come see why we 812-537-0775 ances. Only 1 year old. 4-bedroom, 1 bath, comare Harrisons amenity rich community. Tanning, Ten- Lawrenceburg Efficiency $850/month. Includes wa- pletely remodeled in and s e w a g e . Aurora. $800/month + denis, Basketball, Theater, Unit- $540/month with all t e r posit. Wonʼt last long. Must Baseball Field, Fitness utilities included. Laun- 812-438-3366. see! Conwell St. Please Center, Business Center. dry facilities on site. Ph contact 513-604-6522. or Garages available $625. 5 1 3 - 2 6 5 - 8 4 6 0 812-577-6781 (513)367-4999.

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4 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath w/Gas Fireplace, vaulted ceilings, Eat-in-Kitchen, Formal Dining Room. First Floor Master Bedroom Suite. Located on dead end St. in Park Place Estates. 1878 Atlantic Ave., Bright. $324,900 WILL CON SIDER TRADE IN. Call 812-438-4443 or 513-265-3089. Aurora- Nice 2 story home with 3 bedrooms 1 bath, asking $63,900. For additional information visit www.homesteadforsaleby or call 812-926-0522 HVL- nice 3/4bedroom, 2bath,home front room, fireplace, deck, great room, cathedral ceilings, never kitchen, all appli ances, rear deck backs to woods on corner lot $145,500. Call:812-290-6985.

Lawrenceburg- 337 Elm Street. 5 bedroom 2 bath. Single family. 1908 sq. ft. Fixer-upper. $1000 down $638/month 877-519-0180 New Alsace - 2 story, 2 bedroom, 1 bath home, on 1 acre lot with large out building. $110,000. (812)623-4389. Riviera Condo. This beautiful 2 bedroom 2 bath with 1-car garage is “move-in” ready. Stunning view of river. No steps. Private deck. All appliances stay. Shown by appointment. Call 812-537-2055.


1990 Fairmont mobile home. Rolling Acres Mobile Home Park. 14x70, 2 bedroom, 2 bath. Installed this year, new rubber roof and some updates, large garage, all appliances stay including washer and dryer. Asking $8,500. Call for appointment (513)367-4843.


For Sale 21.663 acres. New Alsace. 525 ft. road frontage. Lake Site. Water. Gas. Cable. 812-576-4709 or 812-623-4020. LAND FOR SALE: Two tracts of land in SW Franklin County. Water available.  10.73 acres w/pond: $86,000, 8.88 acres w/pond and barn: $78,000 Rolling to level some tillable can be sold together. Nice area. 513-367-4999

RENTAL APARTMENTS 21 FOR RENT 0 steps! Large 1 or 2 bedroom at Village Square Apartments in downtown Harrison. Free heat! $425 and up. (513)367-6366. 0 steps! Miamitown, large 1 or 2 bedroom at Via Manor Apts. Private patio, lovely grounds. $395 and up. Free heat! (513)353-0398.

Aurora- 3 room apartment. $375/month plus deposit 812-584-4170

Aurora- Opera House apartment. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, loft. $850/month. All utilities included. $600 deposit. 513-218-7404. Aurora- Updated 1 Bedroom, on corner of Fourth and Exporting. $475+electric, deposit the same. Effiency also available $300. 812-926-1311.

1&2 Bedroom duplexes for rent in Aurora, $475 & $500/month. References required. C a l l Aurora -1 BR Apt. Lease812-926-0256 221 Second St. Ground 2BR duplex in Versailles. floor. Utilities Included! (1/2 off 1st monthʼs rent). $600 Month. $575 deposit. Contact Quality Property NO PETS 812-584-1616 mayberryproperties@emManagement 812-432-3230 or visit Aurora – Energy efficient, 2-bedroom duplexes. Tile, laminated wood flooring, newer appliances, W/D hookups.  Units available with and w/o basement and garage.  Tenant pays utilities.  Absolutely NO pets.  $650.00 monthly $650.00 deposit.  Call 812 532 3000 M-F, 8-5.

Dillsboro Maple Glen Apartments- 1 and 2 bedroom apartments avail able. Call 812-432-5697

Dillsboro- Large 2 bed room apt., A.C., Heat, water, garbage disposal, washer and dryer fur nished. No pets allowed. Lease $575.00/mo. De Aurora - 3 large bedroom, posit and references re1 bath, large open living quired. 812-438-3519. room & kitchen, newer car- For rent when available, pet & paint, W/D hook-up. 2 and 3 room furnished $600 per month. Call apartments, utilities in812-744-5675. cluded, AC, no pets. DeAurora - historic down - posit required. Call town, 2 bedroom apart - (812)537-5796, or ment upstairs of 2 family (812)432-9605, home. Tenant pays gas & (812)584-3822. electric. $700/month de- For Rent: Efficiencies posit same. 812-926-1311 $160.00 per week utilities Aurora and Lawrenceburg- included. Deposit required. 1 Large Bedroom Aurora. Also 1 & 2 bedrooms in N o p e t s . Lawrenceburg. Deposit $350-$625/month. Utilities required. 859-512-3899 Included. 812-216-8477. Greendale- 2nd floor, 1 apartment. Aurora- 2 room basement b e d r o o m apartment fully furnished. $425/mo + Deposit + utili$300/month plus deposit. ties. 1 yr. lease. No pets. hookup. Utilities included. No pets. W / D 812-623-4130. No smoking. 812-926-1028


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OHIO PROPERTIES: 314 Whitewater, Harrison- NEW PRICE! Move in day of closing to this updated 3 bdrm home offering new flring, new high eff. furnace, Pella windows, nice fenced yard. Not a drive by! Can’t beat this price! $96,900. Todd Bischoff 513-616-0655. B1630H 113 Westfield, Harrison- JUST REDUCED! Immediate occupancy. Newly updated 3 bdrm ranch with new kitchen includ. appliances, new flooring and fresh paint. Will move fast at this price! $89,900. Cliff Bischoff 513-616-0654. B1649H INDIANA PROPERTIES: 16688 Rebecca, Moores Hill- WHY RENT? Ready for you to move right in! Very nice updated 3 bdrm 2 bath home nestled on an acre lot near cul de sac offers fresh paint and flooring thru out! A steal at $59,900. Art Wise 513-477-5250. 118 Connelley, Milan- JUST LISTED! Adorable 3 bdrm 1.5 bath home offers town living in country setting, full bsmt, att. 1 car gar, det 2 car gar, updated baths, fenced backyard! Motivated Sellers! $109,900. Angel Beck 812-621-2855.

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Lawrenceburg – 217 Charlotte St., completely re modeled 5 bedroom, 2 bath house with full basement. Stove, refrigerator, microwave,  W/D hookups, garbage disposal, new windows with nice yard.  Absolutely No pets.  $900.00 monthly $900.00 deposit.  Call 812 532 3000 M-F, 8-5. Lease Rising Sun –Smaller 3br, 2 bath, full basement, fenced yard, storage shed, attached garage. No utilities included. No pets. $850 Mo. $1,000 deposit. 812-584-1616

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juries or personal property. Violators will be prose - Black raspberry plants cuted at their own ex - $2.50, herbs 50 cents & up •pense. The Harrison • R.S. News • The PropertyPress located at toRecorder/O.C. $4, lots of hard-to-find 8692 Willey Rd., Harrison, plants including white OH. Molly Jansen, Cathy sage, Fenugreek, lemon Maher, Mary Ison. verbena, & toothache Absolutely no trespassing, herb, plus perennial flowhunting, fishing, swim - ers & more! Chanʼs plant ming, trapping, horseback sale on porch, in yard at riding, woodcutting, motor- 109 N. High St., Rising Sun- right on Ind. 56! For ized bikes, quad runners, or 4-wheelers allowed for info, call 812-438-3182. any reason. Not responsible for accidents or injury Blueberries: you pick to anyone, Violators will be and pre-picked. Hours prosecuted at their own 9am-6pm Monday-Fri expense to the full extent day, Saturday, 9-4, Sunof the law on the property day, 10-4. You may call of G.E. Stacy, 27357 ahead for large orders. Stacy Lane, 1905 Pinhook Phillips Berry Patch, Rd., West Harrison, Ind., 9429 Yorkridge Road, 47060. Guilford (New Alsace). ATTENTION SLEEP AP- (812)623-1433.


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ing, violators will be prosecuted. Not responsible for accidents on the property July 2& -LaVerne July 4, 2013 of: Glen Burkhardt, Corner of Keller Rd., & SR 48, Lawrenceburg, In 1-14 No trespassing, no hunting. Violators will be prosecuted. Not responsible for personal injury on property or property damage. Diana & Lowell T. Hollins. 10625 St. Route 262 Dillsboro, IN 47018. No trespassing, not re sponsible for personal or property injury on the property of: Midwest Data Inc., 326 Walnut St., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 4-14

No trespassing. Not re sponsible for personal or property injury on the property of: Rita Bennett, 170 and 172 Conwell Street, Aurora, IN 47001 05-14

No trespassing, hunting, 4-wheeling or motorcycles. Not responsible for accidents or injury of any kind on the property of: John Kemme, 24464 State Line Rd., Lawrenceburg, IN 7-13 No trespassing, hunting, 4-wheeling or motor vehicles of any kind. Not responsible for accidents or injuries of any kind on the property of: Mark & Roberta Klem, Seldom Seen Estates, Lot #1,#2, #3, 22505 State Line Rd., Bright, IN 06-14 No trespassing, hunting, fishing, wood cutting, four wheeling or tree cutting. Not responsible for accidents, injuries or fatalities to any persons or personal property. David & Michelle Fluegeman, South Hogan Road, Dillsboro, In 47018 1-13 No trespassing, hunting, fishing, wood cutting, four wheeling or tree cutting. Not responsible for accidents, injuries, or fatalities of any persons or personal property. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Debi & Stephan Kraeling 7233 Bonnell, Guilford, Indiana 47022 05-14 No trespassing, hunting, fishing, wood cutting, four wheeling or tree cutting. Not responsible for accidents, injuries, or fatalities of any persons or personal property. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Cindy & Michael McAndrew, 19446 Anderson Rd., Law renceburg, IN 47025. No trespassing, hunting, fishing, trapping or dumping of any kind. Absolutely no motorized vehicles, bikes, quadrunners or 4-wheelers allowed on my property. Not responsible for accidents, injuries or fatalities. Beware of dogs. Violators will be prose cuted at their expense to the fullest extent of the law. Jeffrey Long, 9027 Old St. Rd 350 & 13385 Dean Rd., Aurora, In 47001. 09-12 No trespassing, hunting, four-wheeling or motor vehicles of any kind. Not responsible for accidents or injuries of any kind on the properties of Mike & Sylvia Heninger or Heniger Properties LLC on Woods Rd. Lawrencburg, IN 47025 No trespassing, hunting, motorized vehicles, wood cutting, trapping, fishing. Not responsible for any accidents or injuries on the properties of: Mike & Tim Brooks (formerly property of Joseph C. Brooks) 9257 SR 48, Aurora, corner of Cole Lane and SR 50. 10-12 No trespassing, motorized vehicles, hunting, trapping, fireworks or explosives of any kind, discharge of firearms or shooting of arrows on or onto the approximate 23 acres of Lot #8 in Miller Ridge Estates. Also not responsible for any acci dents or injuries occurring on this same property. Mike and Connie Crossley, Lot #8 Miller Ridge, 22102 Hickory View Lane, Guilford, IN 47022 No trespassing, no fishing, no hunting or artifact hunting. Nick Domaschko, Ohio County, 9748 St. Rd. 56 N., Aurora, In 47001 6-14 No trespassing, no hunting or fishing. Absolutely no 4 wheelers or motorized vehicles of any kind. Not responsible for accidents or injuries on the property of: Earl & Thomas Sullivan, 18253 & 18350 Keller Rd., Lawrenceburg, IN 5-13 No trespassing, no hunting, violators will be prosecuted. Not responsible for accidents on the property of: Glen & LaVerne Burkhardt, Corner of Keller Rd., & SR 48, Lawrenceburg, In 1-14

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own expense to the fullest extent of the law on the property of: David L. Shuter & Deborah L. Shuter, Church Rd., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 11-13 No Trespassing! Abso lutely no hunting, trapping, trash dumping, woodcutting, discharging firearms or fireworks or explosives of any kind, riding motorized vehicles or animals. Not responsible for property damage, accidents, injuries or fatalities. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense to the fullest extent of the law on the property of: Joseph F. Bayer, Jr. & Donna S. Bayer, 17365 Church Rd., Lawrenceburg, In 47025 1-13 No trespassing, hunting or fishing. The Browning Farm, 9516 & 9321 Texas Gas Rd., Aurora, IN 47001 10-11 No trespassing, hunting, 4 wheeling etc. on property owned by Ken and Kathy Scherzinger or other owned entities on North Hogan Rd. between SR 48 and Holt Rd., Dear born County Indiana. Not responsible for any accidents of any kind. 5-14

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able for any injuries ac their expense to the fullest quired on the property on extent of the law on the both sides of 10419 Chesproperty of : Norma Ruterville Road, next to dolph Chaney and Bill Buying , PayingThe Journal Press • The Harrison Press • R.S. Recorder/O.C. News • The Dearborn County Register Road, Always 10095 Chesterville Chaney, 12356 Lauman Cash for Estates-Antiques, and across from 10386 Rd., Moores Hill, IN Absolutely no hunting, fishAbsolutely no trespassing, Old Military items- Guns, Chesterville Road. Violahunting, firearms, wood- tors will be prosecuted. Advertising Signs, Old ing or trespassing for any 47032 6-12 reason w/o written permiscutting, trapping. No moAbsolutely No Trespassing Toys, Crocks or old Christmas or Halloween Items sion on the properties for any reason. Violators torized vehicles of any 4-14 Call Bob 812-637-5369 owned or leased by us. No will be prosecuted at there kind. Violators will be excuses. Violators will be own expense. No vehicles prosecuted at their own No hunting, fishing, or tresCash Paid for Diabetic arrested and prosecuted. including ATVʼs, Motorcy- expense. Also not respon- passing without written Test Strips. Up to $10 Per Harry and John Hud - cles etc. Not responsible sible for any injuries, acci- permission on the ChipBox. Most Brands. Call dleston, 8731 SR 56N, for any accidents or inju- dents or fatalities on the man farm. 7442 White Tom Anytime toll-free Aurora, IN or 5311 ries on the property of property of: James Chris- Road, Rising Sun, Indi1-888-885-3996 Yorkridge Road, Guilford, P.A.W.S. Humane Cen- man, Yorkridge Road, ana . Violators will be prosecuted. 05-15 IN ter, 200 Charles A. Liddle Guilford, IN 06-14 Absolutely no hunting, DR. Lawrenceburg, IN. Absolutely no trespassing, No hunting, fishing, or treshunting, firearms, wood- passing for any reason trapping, fishing, swim - 47025 ming, trash dumping, Absolutely no trespassing cutting, trapping. No mo- and not responsible for woodcutting, motorized ve- for any reason including torized vehicles of any any injuries occurring on hicles, firearms, or tres - motorized vehicles - hunt- kind. Violators will be the property owned by: passing for any reason. ing of any kind (bow or prosecuted at their own Hidden Valley Lake PropViolators will be prose - gun - nor trapping) or sled- expense. Also not respon- erty Owners Associa cuted. Not responsible for ding. Not responsible for sible for any injuries, acci- tion, Bordering on StateWe buy and haul junk cars accidents or injuries on the accidents, injuries or per- dents or fatalities on the line Road and George& trucks with titles. Call property of: John Ste- sonal property. Violators property of: James Chris- town Road, Lawrence812-621-0961 or email gemiller, 24569 Hiltz Rd., will be prosecuted at their man, Yorkridge Road, burg, In 1-13 Guilford, IN 47022. 11-12 expenses to the fullest ex- Guilford, IN 06-14 davesautosalvage@dishNo hunting, Fishing, Absolutely no hunting, tent of the law on the prop- Absolutely no trespassing, Quad/Horse Riding or trapping, woodcutting, mo- erty of Irvin J. Hartman & hunting, fishing, swim - Trespassing of any kind on torized bikes, 4 wheelers, Frances M. Hartman, 221 ming, trapping, horseback the properties of: Mike & or trespassing for any rea- Locust St., Greendale, IN riding, woodcutting, motor- Terry Hall/ Hueseman Rd., ized bikes, quad runners Aurora. Nick & Jan Hartson or purpose. These ac- 47025 1-14 tivities are strictly forbid- Absolutely No Trespassing or 4-wheelers allowed for man/ Hueseman Rd., 1986 CHEVROLET CORden and will not be toler- for any reason. Violators any reason. Not responsi- Aurora. Bud Cornelius/ VETTE, HATCHBACK. ated. Violators will be will be prosecuted. Not re- ble for accidents or injury Hueseman Rd., Aurora. 2ND OWNER. 58,000 prosecuted at their own sponsible for any acci - to anyone. Violators will be Dave Jeffery/ Hueseman ORIGINAL MILES. MINT prosecuted at their own Rd., Aurora. Tim & Chrissy expense. Also not responCONDITION. A U T O sible for accidents on the dents or injuries on the expense to the full extent Powell/ Hueseman Rd., properties of: The TRANSMISSION. RED INproperties of: Antionette Bowlins, Bordering on of the law on the property Aurora. Mike & Terry Hall/ TERIOR AND EXTERIOR. Hiltz, Legion Road, St. Lipscomb Dr., Mud Lick of: Darrell & Susan Sex- SR 1 & Brush Fork Rd., MUST SEE! 812-926-0375 Leon, IN 9-12 Creek and Rainbow ton, 17537 Hillcrest Dr., Guilford-Hueseman Rd., I N Dillsboro. 2004 (L-S) Impala; ExcelRoad, Manchester Town- L a w r e n c e b u r g , lent Condition; Fully Absolutely no hunting, ship and 7327 Kaiser 470205. 5-12 No hunting, fishing, swimLoaded; 94,000 miles; ask- trapping, fishing, swim - Drive, 2-15 Absolutely no trespassing, ming or trespassing and ing $6,300; 812-537-2904 ming, trash dumping, woodcutting, motorized ve- Absolutely No trespassing hunting, quads, dirt bikes, not responsible for acciWill Buy & Haul Scrap hicles, firearms, or tres - for any reason. Not re - or wood cutting. Not re - dents on the property of: Cars & T r u c k s passing for any reason. sponsible for any acci - sponsible for any injuries Robert & Beth Baylor, (812)716-0781. Violators will be prose - dents or injuries on the or accidents. Property con- 6223 St. Rd. 48, Law cuted. Beware of dog. Not properties of Robert & sists of 10 acres. Richard renceburg, IN 1 -13 responsible for accidents Deborah Lischkge, 9794 and Melanie Wiedeman, No hunting, fishing, trapor injuries on the property Alans Branch, Moores 18554 Collier Ridge, ping or trespassing or Guilford, IN 47022 of: Perry & Tracy Boone, Hill, IN 47032 2-14 ATVʼs. Violators will be 05-14 prosecuted at own ex Absolutely no fishing, no 18002 Lost Creek Lane, Absolutely no trespassing Lawrenceburg, IN 1-13 Absolutely no trespassing, swimming, no hunting, or for any reason; no fishing, hunting, fishing, swim - pense, Not responsible for accidents or injuries on the trespassing permitted. Not Absolutely no trespassing hunting, trapping, swimresponsible for any injuries - of any kind - for any rea- ming or open fires. No mo- ming, trapping, horseback property of, Dennis and or accidents on the prop- son. It is illegal to tres - torized bikes, 4-wheelers riding, woodcutting, motor- Cindy Meyung, 10998 erty belonging to: Mark & pass. No hunting, trapping, or other motorized vehi- ized bikes, quadrunners or County Farm Rd, Aurora, Eva Roll, End of Diefen- trash dumping, wood cut- cles. Violators will be 4-wheelers allowed on my IN, 47001, 12-13 bach Road, Bright IN ting, swimming, discharg- prosecuted at their own property for any reason. No hunting, no ATV/bike 47025 6-12 ing firearms or explosives expense. We are not re- Not responsible for acci- riding, no wood cutting dents or injury to anyone. Absolutely no fishing, no of any kind, riding animals sponsible for any acci - Violators will b e prose - without written permission. swimming, no hunting, or or bicycles, or any motor- dents or injuries on the cuted at their own expense Not responsible for per trespassing permitted. Not ized vehicles including property. Ryan Stroud to the full extent of the law sonal or property injury on responsible for any injuries ATVʼs, quad runners, mo- Heartland, Homestead on the property of: The property owned by: Mior accidents on the prop- torcycles, motor bikes, etc. Land Trust 4-13 Gary Steinmetz Farm, chael and Roberta Hankins, Cranes Run Road, erty belonging to : Rod Not responsible for propAbsolutely No Trespassing 9783 Wesseler Road, Logan Township 1-13 erty damage, accidents. and Brenda Cafouras, 05-14 for any reason, no fishing, Sunman, IN Injuries or fatalities. Viola12476 Gordon lane, Dillstors will be prosecuted to hunting, trapping, dump- Absolutely no trespassing, No hunting, no fishing, no boro, IN 47018 2-13 the full extent of the law. ing, wood cutting, or swim- hunting, boating, swim - bike riding, absolutely no Absolutely no hunting or This is a 44 acre tract ming, no motorized bikes, ming, trapping, motorized trespassing on the proptrespassing. No dirt bikes bounded on the south by 4-wheelers or other motor- bikes, 4 wheelers, RVʼs, erty of: Irene Beckett Esor motorized vehicles of Lutz Road and on the ized vehicles. Violators will woodcutting, horseback tate, 1005 Nowlin Aveany kind. Not responsible north by Harley Springs be prosecuted at their own riding, firearms. Violators nue, Property on west for accidents, injuries or fa- Subdivision. Welbourne expense, not responsible will be prosecuted at their side of Tanners Creek talities on the property of G. Williams, 4738 Lutz for any accidents on the own expense. Not respon- 5-12 Helen Amm & Teresa Rd., Guilford, Indiana. property of: Gale Banta, sible for accidents or inju- No hunting, no motorized 4304 State Road 48, Law- ries on the property of: Stone, 18060 Union 1-13 bikes or vehicles, no tresrenceburg, IN 47025 Robert & Carolyn K. Hol- passing of any kind and Ridge, Aurora, In 47001. Absolutely no trespassing 10-11 tegel Absolutely no hunting, dog for any reason. Will not be not responsible for accirunning, wood cutting, responsible for any acci- Absolutely no trespassing 12466 Rullman Dr. dents on the property of: dumping, animal abandon- dents or fatalities. Viola- for any reason. Violators Dillsboro, IN 47018 John McKay 11307 N. Dearborn Rd. ment, motorized vehicles, tors will be fined and will be prosecuted. Not re- 10-12 bikes, trapping, firearms, prosecuted on the property sponsible for any acci - Absolutely no trespassing, Sunman, IN 47041 10-12 or swimming. No trespass- of: Mark & Bonnie Pen- dents of injuries on the no hunting, no woodcut- No hunting, trespassing, ing of any kind for any rea- nington, 12947 N. Hogan property of: ting, no 4-wheeling, no quad or dirt bike riding on son. Not responsible for Rd., Aurora, In 47001 Tom & Kathy Klump quad running. Violators will the property of Bill and accidents, injuries or fatali- 5-13 Tower Rd., Lawrence - be prosecuted at their own Donna J. Fisher located expense. Not responsible ties, to any person or perburg 6919 E. Laughery sonal property. Activities of Absolutely no trespassing Trojan Rd., Extending to for any accidents on the at Creek Road, Aurora. for any reason; no fishing, any kind will not be tolerBeneker Rd., St. Leon property of: Ronald W. ated. Violators will be no hunting, trapping, swim- Kildeer Ln., Guilford Fields, 2488 Sneakville No hunting, woodcutting or prosecuted at their own ming, no motorized vehi- Mosmeier Rd., Sunman Rd., Lawrenceburg, IN trespassing and not re sponsible for accidents on 47025. 11-13 expense to the fullest ex- cles, firearms, trash dump- 1-13 tent of the law on the prop- ing, open fires, wood cutthe property of: Joseph Absolutely no trespassing, erty of L.J. Backman, ting, horseback riding, 4 Absolutely no trespassing and Edna Imholt, 8289 no hunting, no woodcutLeatherwood Road, 6422 East Laughery wheelers, bikes. Violators for any reason: no fishing, ting, no walking, no sightYorkville, Guilford, IN Creek Rd., Aurora, IN will be prosecuted at their hunting, trapping, or swimseeing, no motor vehicles. own expense. Not respon- ming; no motorized bikes, 4-14 10-13 sible for any injuries, acci- 4-wheelers or other motor- Violators will be prose Absolutely no hunting, fish- dents, fatalities. No tres- ized vehicles. Violators will cuted at their expenses. No trespassing for any ing or trespassing of any passing, soliciting, or visi- be prosecuted at their own Not responsible for acci- reason. Not responsible kind. Not responsible for tation from strangers, fam- expense; also we are not dents or injury on the prop- for any accidents, Injuries, property or personal injury ily, or friends without writ- responsible for any acci- erty of Don and Linda fatalities or personal propon the property of: George ten consent from Ron and dents on the property of: Turner, 3250 East 200 erty. This applies to all Hockl, Norkus & White Debbie Seaver, 23718 Bieliauskas Family, 1230 South, Dillsboro, IN property owned by us.BePlains Rd., Manchester James Lake Road, Guil- Justis Rd., Lawrence ware of dog. Violators will 47018. Township, Aurora, IN ford, IN 47022 be prosecuted at their own burg, IN 47025 4-14 4-14 expence. Randy & Mary 04-14 Absolutely no trespassing Lynn Hayes, 3382 Absolutely no hunting, fish- Absolutely no trespassing for any reason. Not re ing, or trespassing of any for any reason. Owner not sponsible for any injuries No bikes, skateboards, Sneakville Rd., Law kind for any reason. Not responsible for any acci- or accidents. Town of roller blades. No trespass- renceburg IN, Also responsible for any acci- dents, injuries or death. Moores Hill Properties, ing for any reason; not re- Goose Run, Aurora, IN sponsible for injuries or ac- 2-14 dents or injuries on the Violators will be prose - Moores Hill, IN 47032 cidents on property of: No trespassing for any property of Arlie Boggs on cuted at their own ex - 4-14 Dillsboro Civic Club, Brushfork Rd. in Guilford. pense. David or Mimi reason. Not responsible Violators will be prose - Martin, 13051 Cold Absolutely No Trespassing 9824 Central Ave. and for injuries or accidents. 12930 North St., Dills cuted at their own ex - Springs Rd., Moores Hill, of any kind, for any reason Violators will be prose at any time. No Excep - boro, IN (formerly Doc- cuted at their own expense pense. IN 7-12 tors Bldg.) 7-12 on the properties of: Wm. Absolutely no hunting, fish- Absolutely no trespassing tions! Owner not responsiing, or trespassing. Not re- for any reason. Will not be ble for any accidents, inju- No fishing, swimming, G. Rudicil, Barber Rd., ries or fatalities. Violators hunting, four wheelers, or Gobblerʼs Knob Rd., W. sponsible for accidents on responsible for any acciwill be prosecuted at their trespassing on the Hos- Harrison, IN 1-14 the property of: Richard dents. Violators will be own expense. Tresa Man- tetler Farms, 13450 ChesNoggler, 7334 St. Rd. 48, prosecuted. Private Drive. No trespassing for any 6521 St Rd. 48 Aurora, Dean A. Ransom-11625 ford 11510 North Hogan terville Rd., Moores Hill. reason. Not responsible They will be prosecuted. Road Aurora, IN 47001 IN 47001 7-12 Simple Pleasure Ln. 5-14 Harry Hostetler, 13450 for accidents or injuries. Dillsboro, IN 47018. Marshall Alford Absolutely no trespassing Chesterville Rd., Moores 15778 W. County Line Absolutely no trespassing of any kind or for any rea- Hill, IN 1-13 Rd. for any reason. Violators son. Not responsible for in- No hunting or trespassing, Moores Hill, IN 10-12 will be prosecuted. Not re- juries or accidents on all no ATVʼs. Violators will be sponsible for any acci - property of Lischkge Mo- prosecuted at their own No Trespassing for any dents or injuries on the tors, Inc. 10200 U.S 50 expense. Not responsible reason. Not responsible properties of James, West, Aurora, IN 2-14 for injuries or accidents on for accidents, injuries or faWilma, Samuel Goff and the Grimsley property at talities to persons or propAbsolutely no trespassing Carolyn Goff/Brown, 13607 Grimsley Road, erty. The Kremer Family of any kind allowed on all 28483 Barber Rd. 13337 Goff Lane, Moores properties belonging to Moores Hill. West Harrison, IN 47060 Hill, In 9-12 Ola & Julie Miller. No ex- No hunting, fishing or tresAbsolutely no trespassing ceptions. Not responsible passing and not responsi- 9-12 for any reason. Will not be for injuries, accidents or fa- ble for accidents or injuries No trespassing of any kind responsible for any acci- talities. No vehicles of any on the property of: Jerome for any reason on the dents or fatalities. Viola- kind, horseback riding, etc, & Ruth Martini, York Ridge properties of the Tri-Towntors will be fined and unless written permission Rd., Leatherwood Rd., ship Water Corporation. prosecuted on the property is given. Ola & Julie York Township. Violators will be prose of James and Rhonda Miller, 11302 N. Hogan cuted at their own ex No hunting, fishing or tresHuff, 5448 Bischoff Hill Rd., Aurora, IN 47001 pense. Also not responsipassing for any reason. Rd., West Harrison, Ind., 2-12 ble for any accidents, injuNot responsible for any in47060. ries, or fatalities. Tri-Town juries occurring on the Absolutely no trespassing Absolutely no trespassing the property consists of 69 property owned by: Sto- Water Corporation for any reason, not respon- acres extending from the negate Property Owners, No trespassing of any kind sible for accidents or inju- creek of the top of the hill Bordering on Stonegate on property of : All Rite ries. Violators will prose- including the gas-line Dr. & Essex Lane. 05-14 Ready Mix Of Indiana, cuted at their own ex - easement plus a trailer & a LLC, 10513 Morgans 40'x64'x14' • 1-36" Walk-in Door penses.: The Beverly J. barn. Violators will be No hunting, fishing or tres- Branch Road, Aurora, IN 1-20' Split Slider passing of any kind. Not 2-13 Neihardt Trust, 14950 prosecuted. responsible for property or Truss on 4' Center Old State Road 350, John & Judy Wayne personal injury on the No trespassing! Absolutely Moores Hill, IN 8-13 6998 E. Laughery Creek property of: Maria Teresa no hunting, trapping, trash Erected Absolutely no trespassing Road Maturana, 2194 Lake dumping, woodcutting, disfor any reason, including Aurora, IN 47025 10-12 Tambo Rd., Manchester, charging firearms or fire50'x80'x14' • 1-36" Walk-in Door motorized vehicles, bikes, Absolutely no trespassing, IN works or explosives of any 2- 24' Split Slider kind, riding motorized vehifour wheelers, hunting or hunting, fishing, swim No hunting, fishing, four cles or animals. Not re Truss on 4' Center dumping. Not responsible ming, woodcutting, quad wheeling, hiking, or garfor accidents, injuries or sponsible for property or cycle riding. Not respon- dening of any kind. Joan personal property. Violadamage, accidents, injuErected sible for accidents or injutors will be prosecuted at ries on the property of: Fidler will not be held li- ries or fatalities. Violators able for any injuries ac will be prosecuted at their 60'x80'x14' • 1-36" Walk-in Door their expense to the fullest Jim & Larry Gabbard, extent of the law on the Lattire Farm, Gregory quired on the property on own expense to the fullest 2- 24' Split Slider both sides of 10419 Chesproperty of : Norma Ruextent of the law on the Truss on 4' Center Bier (The Land) Union terville Road, next to dolph Chaney and Bill property of: David L. Ridge Road, Aurora, IN 10095 Chesterville Road, Chaney, 12356 Lauman 47001 6-14 Shuter & Deborah L. Erected and across from 10386 Shuter, Church Rd., LawRd., Moores Hill, IN Chesterville Road. Viola- renceburg, IN 47025 47032 6-12 tors will be prosecuted. 11-13 #33066


No trespassing, or hunting, on the farm of : Barry & Judy Pruss, Rt. 50 Mt. Tabor Rd., Aurora, IN 3-13 No trespassing, soliciting , or visitation from strangers, family, or friends without written consent by Billie R. Powell on my properties located on North Hogan Rd.Billie R. Powell 10514 North Hogan Rd. Aurora, IN 47001. 3/13

No trespassing. Not re sponsible for accidents or injury. We will prosecute trespassers on property owned by: Robert & Deborah Schroeder, Gary & Pam Schroeder, Ridge Drive, Lake Tambo & Knopf Roads, Man chester Township. 10-13 Not responsible for accidents. No hunting, fishing, woodcutting, swimming, recreational 4x4 riding, or trespassing on the property of: Hassel W. and Pamela M. Brashears Possum Ridge Road Aurora, IN 10-12 Oxbow Inc. and Oxbow of Indiana, Inc. (”Oxbow”) are the owners of property located in the area com monly known as Horse shoe Bottoms, Lawrenceburg Township, Dearborn County, Indiana. Most of Oxbowʼs land is located between I-275 to US 50 exit ramp, the CSX tracks, and the levee along US 50 and the Argosy entrance road. Oxbow also owns land immediately west of I-275 between the CSX tracks and the Ohio River, as well as land east of I-275 between the CSX tracks, the Ohio River, and the state line. Maps of Oxbowʼs properties are available on our website at Oxbow,Ind. land is a wildlife sanctuary. Hunting, trapping, discharge of firearms, and the shooting of arrows is prohibited except in certain designated areas and only with the written permission of Oxbow. ATVʼs may not be operated on Oxbow property at any time. Operating other motorized vehicles (except for the purpose of ap proved farming and land management operations) off clearly established roads or on a road in any manner contributing to the need to repair the road is prohibited. Those who operate a motor vehicle on Oxbow property do so at their own risk, and are advised that the dirt roads may be impassable when wet. Under no circum stances will Oxbow be responsible for damage to a vehicle or injury to its occupants. Bank fishing only with appropriate license is al lowed and is monitored by conservation officers. Camping, bonfires, and overnight parking are prohibited. Swimming in streams, lakes and other watercourses is strictly prohibited, as are motorized watercraft of any sort. Removing, destroying or disturbing wildlife and plants, or farm crops with out express written consent of Oxbow is prohibited. Oxbow property is regularly patrolled by law enforcement officers who have been instructed to prosecute all violators. Activities such as bird watching, hiking and the activities not expressly prohibited by these rules or state law may be done at ones own risk. Oxbow is not responsible for any injuries occurring on the property for those wishing to visit. Those in doubt of the lawfulness of their activity on Oxbow properties are encouraged to first contact: Oxbow, 854 Ligoria Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45218 04-14 Positively no trespassing on the property of 10391 Huesman Rd. without owners presence. Danger on property. Not responsible for accidents. Robert and Darlene Meyer, 8642 Martin Rd., Dillsboro, IN 47018. Private property. Abso lutely no trespassing of any kind on all properties belonging to Dana and Phyllis Weisickle. No exceptions. Not responsible for any injuries, accidents, or fatalities. No vehicles of any kind allowed to drive through or park without written permission. Dana & Phyllis Weisickle 12904 Probst Rd, Aurora, IN 47001 4-14

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