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The Dearborn County Plan Commission will hold a special meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 16, in the Dearborn County Administration Building, third floor commissioner’s room, 215B W. High St., Lawrenceburg. The meeting is being held at the request of the Dearborn County Redevelopment Commission to review a proposed amendment to the resolution / plan associated with the West Harrison Tax Increment Finance District. Interested persons are requested to appear and voice their opinion. Meanwhile, following the plan commission meeting, Dearborn County commissioners will have a special meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday to discuss and review a proposed amendment to the resolution / plan associated with the West Harrison Tax Increment Finance District presented by the Redevelopment Commission.
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Above: Jared Whitelock, left, and Caroline Moeller learn about origami from artist Garett Uyeno during the Hoosier Hills Literacy League’s Literacy Lollapalooza Saturday, Sept. 7.
The Lawrenceburg Board of Works termination hearing for Lawrenceburg Police Capt. Doug Taylor will continue next week after two more witnesses testified as well as Taylor himself Tuesday, Sept. 10. The next step is hearing testimony from Bill Hoffman, a former Lawrenceburg police officer, Friday, Sept. 20, followed by an executive session of the BOW Wednesday, Sept. 25, and a public meeting on the findings of fact and the board’s vote on Taylor’s employment status Thursday, Sept. 26. Taylor entered a deferred prosecution agreement for conversion and campaigning in uniform in March, stemming from criminal charges filed in October 2011 after he appeared in uniform at a meet-the-candidate night before the primary election. After some legal acrobatics by Taylor’s attorney Richard Butler and police chief Gene Hunefeld’s attorney Jeremy Dilts, as well as a brief recess to review some city records that had been requested, the hearing picked up with Paul Seymour Jr. as a witness. Seymour told the board he has known Mayor Dennis Carr since they were kids, answering a question from Butler. “Did the mayor ever tell you he was going to fire Doug Taylor?” asked Butler.
Right: Patrick is interested in eating the parts to make an edible version of the Very Hungry Caterpiller while his mom Katherine tries to help him. Below: The Batesville HIgh School Steel Drum band suppplies partying tunes. For more about the day of fun see Page 4A.
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By Chandra L. Mattingly Staff Reporter
Dillsboro has a new governmental body, as of the town council's September meeting. Monday, Sept. 9, the Dillsboro Town Council approved an ordinance establishing a redevelopment commission. The council also appointed the commission's members as part of the ordinance, and set a joint meeting with the commission for 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24. Commission members are James Deaton, Brian Murray, Susan Greco, Jason Sullivan and Kim Spangler. South Dearborn School Board Member Daryl Cutter was appointed as a non-voting advisor, and Dillsboro Councilman Rick Fields as an exofficio (non-voting) advisor. Establishing a redevelopment commission and a tax increment financing district has been discussed by council over the past few months as an economic development venture. Such a commission can create a TIF district within the town. New taxes levied within
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COUNTY BUDGET 2014
Keep amounts stable & improve services ley presented the budget for the issues, said Kramer. circuit court probation department. “It has reached a point that is has Bradley said his department’s bud- become too burdensome to him,” he email@example.com get had not changed a lot since last said. Keeping the overall 2014 budget year. He did add money for gas and The additional money would be numbers the same as the 2013 budvehicle mainused to hire get numbers appears to be the goal as tenance, which Renihan as an Dearborn County council members he was under independent continue budget hearings. the impression “The schools don’t have to c o n t r a c t o r, The hearings are scheduled to run he needed to Kramer. come and ask saidKraus through the end of this week at do. Howevasked the county administration building, any (budget) if Renihan er, he would 215B. W. High St., Lawrenceburg. like it if the remain approval and would The hearings began Monday morngas expenses on the board, ing, Sept. 9, with Frank Cummings would remain they are the and Kramer of GFC Inc., Seymour, providing an lumped in nswered ones that can a“yes.” analysis of the 2014 budget. with the SherCummings mentioned the county After Cummings provided his iff’s Depart“My only throw us over transportation budget was too much, overview, county council members ment, he said. worry was he probably a reflection of what was spent the day conducting binding the circuit breaker.” Council is sitting on the needed versus the property tax rev- and nonbinding budget reviews for members exboard ... plus Liz Morris enue available. county units from the county solid plained they getting comDearborn County Council In recent years the county trans- waste management district to Law- were trying to pensation,” portation budget has been supple- renceburg school corporation. track gas exsaid council mented with riverboat casino gamAccording to the DLGF, “Indiana penses within member Dan bling revenue. Code 6-1.1-17-3.5, requires county each departLansing. “That’s a Tooth Fairy, Santa fiscal bodies to annually review the ment because the Sheriff’s DepartKramer said possible legal issues Claus,” said council member Liz proposed budgets and levies of cer- ment had been getting stuck with all were raised about Renihan serving Morris, regarding the proposed tain civil taxing units and to issue the expenses. on the board and as a contractor for transportation budget. non-binding recommendations reBradley said his department does the board. He ran it by the Indiana But Morris added the upkeep and garding those proposed budgets and log every single mile traveled. State Board of Accounts and they improvement of roads is one of the levies.” Dearborn County Regional Sewer were OK with it, he said. reasons citizens voted to allow the On Tuesday, council members re- District budget was presented by its Kraus asked if the sewer district was riverboat casino in Lawrenceburg. viewed some of the proposed county attorney, Frank Kramer. generating any funds of its own to help Morris and council member May- department budgets including counCounty council president Dennis pay for the salary. nard Barrett also expressed concern ty circuit court probation, treasurer, Kraus Sr. said the only new money Operating money is collected for over schools tax rates. veterans service and the sheriff’s he saw requested was $12,000 for a High Ridge and Serenity Ridge Estates, “The schools don’t have to come department. They also discussed the new position. but the issues that Renihan needs to and ask any (budget) approval and budgets for the park board and reThe sewer board meets a couple deal with are bigger than those two they are the ones that can throw gional sewer district. Also sched- times a month in the summer and areas, said Kramer. us over the circuit breaker,” said uled to appear Tuesday was county once a month in the winter. In beMoney collected from debt service Morris. animal control, the county prosecu- tween there are issues that need to be charges, for people to hook on to the According to the Indiana Depart- tor’s office and Lifetime Resources, addressed, said Kramer. sewer treatment systems run by the ment of Local Government Finance, Dillsboro. Until now board member Steve district, are used to pay back past the circuit breaker “caps ensure that Dearborn County Circuit Court Renihan, West Harrison, has been money given to the district by the a property owner does not pay more Chief Probation Officer Steve Brad- donating his time to address these See COUNTY, Page 8A By Denise Freitag Burdette Assistant Editor
than a fixed percent of the property’s gross assessed value in taxes, but the caps do not change the local tax rate.” Seventy percent of the tax bills go to the schools, said Morris. Barrett mentioned the proposed Lawrenceburg High School gym replacement and wondered how it would impact tax rates. The current gym, built in 1964, has major structural issues due to ground water problems associated with the fill under the gym and the aquifer.
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‘Miracle child’ Austin Foley turns 18 By Chandra L. Mattingly Staff Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org
Austin Foley was just a preschooler when he was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor in 1999. “He's not supposed to be here,” said his mom, Shelleigh Hugentobler, explaining her only son was given just three to six months to live. “They basically said take him home,” said his mom. “... It was a cancerous tumor. The outer shell was benign, the core was malignant.” In a short period, it grew 50 percent from its golf ball size at diagnosis, and the family was told only 10 percent of children diagnosed with Foley's type of tumor live as long as two years. But despite some medical setbacks related to the tumor, Foley celebrated his 18th birthday with a big family party Saturday, Aug. 17, at the Gladys Russell Park in Manchester. The South Dearborn High
“We let him live his life. He's not supposed to be here, so he needs to live his life like there's no tomorrow - because there might not be for him.”
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Foley's family pretty much ignored that initial advice, and the youngster started radiation the month after his initial diagnosis. Then he was granted a Make A Wish trip to Walt Disney World in Florida before starting chemotherapy in January 2000. Over a period of about two years, he underwent 33 intravenous chemotherapy treatments at Children's Hospital, Cincinnati. “They were hoping it would shrink,” said his mom, adding it did shrink a little bit with the radiation, but not with the chemo. In the meantime, Foley's neurosurgeon had talked about his mentor,
a doctor at the Commonwealth University of Virginia in Richmond. So Hugentobler, her husband Christopher, and Foley moved to Virginia to try another form of treatment. Foley, then 7, started on a pill form of chemotherapy. “Within almost a year after, it stopped growing,” Hugentobler said of the tumor. Foley was given a 50/50 chance of survival. “It worked wonderful,” said his mom. “... It's considered dormant. As of May of this year, it did grow a little bit but his oncologist is not concerned. … It's about the size of a pea.” Foley gets routine MRIs to keep track of the tumor. The family moved back to Dearborn County in 2003,
Austin Foley says he loves being a South Dearborn High School senior. His family and friends celebrated his 18th birthday Saturday, Aug. 17, at the Gladys Russell Park. and live on North Hogan Road in the Manchester area. Foley has participated in almost every Relay for Life since their return, said his mom. Considered multiply mentally handicapped, he also deals with a seizure disorder, diabetes and deafness, but has a cochlear implant to help with the last, she said. “A lot of it is a side effect of the chemotherapy he was on … and he's on a lot of medications,” said Hugentobler. But her son is nonetheless “carefree.” “Things just roll off his back; he doesn't dwell on it,” she said. “We don't hold things back from him; we don't shelter him.” An A-B student, Foley is studying facility maintenance at the Southeast Indiana Career Center in Versailles, and is due to graduate in May, she said. He loves being a senior at South Dearborn High School, he said. “Go Knights!” said Foley. “He's a huge Bengals fan. … He's a normal teenager …
as normal as he could be,” she said. Foley loves rock music, video games, basketball and, of course, the South Dearborn Knights. But he wears out easily and suffers Miracles. They happen. headaches, she added. But has one happened His biggest wish on turnto you? Are you willing ing 18 was to get a tatoo, she to share? laughed. If you have a true story “We let him live his life. of a miracle that hapHe's not supposed to be pened in your life, rehere, so he needs to live his cently or long ago, we life like there's no tomorrow would like to know - because there might not be about it and share it for him,” she said. She still with your fellow readremembers her son tackling ers. the Skycoaster in Old Town Please send us the in Orlando, Fla., at 3 ½. basic details of your Harnessed riders drop 300 miracle: by e-mail to feet over a lake. Staff at the cmattingly@registerride remembered the child publications.com and when he returned 9 months include Miracle in the later as part of Make-Asubject line; by mail to Wish. Miracles, c/o Register “He's not afraid of nothPublications, P.O. Box ing,” she said, calling her 128, Rising Sun, IN son “an all-around miracle 47040. child.” Be sure to include your Foley is the grandson of YARD name, SALE!!address and Randy and Jackie!!HUGE Youngphone number. blood,RAIN Bright, Kirk,• NO EARLY BIRDS ORPaul SHINE Bright, and George and 316 W. Center St. PaLawrenceburg, IN 47025 tricia Caseltine, Aurora.
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Bengals fan Austin Foley poses with a poster made for him by his family. Diagnosed with a rare brain tumor at 4, he was not expected to live till his next birthday.
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County residents save thousands on prescriptions
Dearborn County taxpayers saved more than $20,500 this past July through the National Association of Counties Prescription Discount Card Program. Residents used the discount drug card to fill more than 1,000 prescriptions. Dearborn County residents saved an average of $17.39 per prescription in July. The county has saved more than $1.5 million since it joined the program in 2007, and residents have used the drug card for sav-
ings on more than 122 thousand prescriptions. “It is imperative to help alleviate the rising costs of pharmaceuticals. The NACo Prescription Discount Card Program is a beneficial service to taxpayers because it provides a cost-free way to save money on essential prescription medications. I am pleased with the results of the program thus far, and I hope that the program continues to thrive in Dearborn County,” said Shane
McHenry, Dearborn County commissioner. Dearborn is one of more than 1,400 counties nationwide participating in the program. Nationally, residents of participating counties have saved more than $540 million. According to NACo, Indiana residents use their discount drug cards more often than any other state. Indiana residents saved more than $712 thousand in July 2013. The NACo Prescription
Discount Card Program is a partnership between participating counties, NACo and CVS Caremark. The program was created in 2005. Participants can save up to 75 percent on some prescriptions. The average savings rate is 24 percent. Dearborn County residents can print an ID card at www. nacorx.org. County residents can call toll-free 1-877-3212652 or visit www.nacorx. org for assistance with the program.
PUBLIC RECORD The following arrests list was obtained from the county sheriff. It contains arrests made by police agencies in the county. ■Vonda ■ Kay Keith, 47, of 4229 E. Prattsburg Road, Milan, was arrested at 12:04 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4, for failure to appear in court. ■Shana ■ Marie Carf, 27, of 11600 North Hogan Road, Aurora, was arrested at 1:11 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4, for theft, attempted theft and probation violation. ■Kevin ■ Michael Wardrep, 48, of 2951 Kling Ave., Cincinnati, was arrested at 4:59 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4, for theft and attempted theft. ■Jamie ■ F. Dunn, 30, of 522 1/2 Indiana Ave., Aurora, was arrested at 7:06 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4, for theft and attempted theft. ■Edwin ■ Arthur James II, 36, of 522 1/2 Indiana Ave., was arrested at 7:10 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4, for conspiracy. ■Desiree ■ Rochelle Baker, 23, of 524 Third St., Aurora, was arrested at 9:02 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4, for theft and attempted theft. ■Marcus ■ Allen Duvall, 18, of 534 Third St., Aurora, was arrested at 9:08 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4, for
theft and attempted theft. ■Amanda ■ Leigh Patrick, 28, of 310 River Drive, Lawrenceburg, was arrested at 9:25 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 5, for failure to appear in court. ■Coty ■ Matthew Barron, 25, of 2763 Main St., Patriot, Ind., was arrested at 3:31 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 5, for probation violation, tehft and attempted theft. ■James ■ J. Clark, 29, of 24 North Fifth St., North Vernon, was arrested at 6:08 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 5, for possession of paraphernalia. ■Jordan ■ L. Tice, 18, of 102 Cochran St., Aurora, was arrested at 6:45 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 5, for failure to appear in court. ■Todd ■ W. Klein, 49, of 2557 N. Kathwood Circle, Cincinnati, was arrested at 8:25 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 5, for forgery and perjury. ■Desiree ■ Rochelle Baker, 23, of 524 Third St., Aurora, was arrested at 9:26 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 5, for probation violation. ■William ■ R. Iseli, 28, of 233 E. Third St., Covington, Ky., was arrested at 4:41 a.m. Friday, Sept. 6, for possession of marijuana under 30 grams and possession of paraphernalia. ■Jodie ■ D. Gould, 43, of 625 S. County Line Road, Milan, was arrested at
12 p.m. Friday, Sept. 6, for driving while license suspended (susp/ prior). ■Derrick ■ Alan Whitbeck, 25, of 235 Elbern Ave., Harrison, was arrested at 3 p.m. Friday, Sept. 6, for probation violation. ■David ■ Aaron Nordoff, 29, of 14441 Chesterville Road, Moores Hill, was arrested at 6:25 p.m. Friday, Sept. 6 for domestic battery. ■Charles ■ Aaron T. Saylor, 18, of 19200 North St., Dillsboro, was arrested at 12:33 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 9, for alcohol- minor transporting, possessing and/or consuming. ■Christopher ■ Alan Priessman, 22, of 9127 North St., Dillsboro, was arested at 1:25 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 9, for public intoxication. ■Cody ■ Joseph Baxter, 24, of 409 Booth St., Grand Ledge, Mich., was arrested at 5:28 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 9, for battery. ■Jason ■ Edward Moore, 27, of 2356 Armstrong Drive, Sidney, Ohio, was
arrested at 6:02 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 9, for battery. ■Brandon ■ James Hambrick, 22, of 498 Ludlow St., Lawrenceburg, was arrested at 3:33 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 9, for contributing to the delinquency of a minor. ■Daniel ■ Joseph Wheeler, 34, of 4946 Main St., Guilford, was arrested at 4:54 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 9, for probation violation. ■George ■ Leo Layton, 57, of 6815 U.S. 50, Aurora, was arrested at 7:19 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 9, for possession or use of legend drug or precursor. ■Norman ■ Randy Sewell, 58, of 3757 Dutch Ridge Road, Rising Sun, was arrested at 7:49 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 9, for possession or use of legend drug or precursor. ■Randy ■ Norman Sewell, 29, of 3757 Dutch Ridge Road, Rising Sun, was arrested at 8:19 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 9, for possession or use of legend drug or precursor.
Staff Report The Aurora Recreation Community Center recently received a $10,500 Dearborn Community Foundation grant to refinish the gym floor located in the community center. “We want to thank the Dearborn Community Foundation for generously providing a grant that will benefit many users of our community center,” said Aurora Mayor Donnie Hastings Jr. Since late 2010, Aurora and surrounding residents have had a community center focused on providing leisure recreation, exercise, sports leagues and activities for youth and adults. The center is owned and operated by the City of Aurora and is located in the former Aurora High School. “This site has long been a central point of focus in the Aurora community, especially for those who attended Aurora High School and Aurora Middle School at this location,” said Dan
Jefferson, community center director. “We have embraced that community pride and developed an Aurora Red Devil theme in the gym,” he said. The refinished gym floor includes a refinished Aurora Red Devil logo in its center. But the ARCC serves members beyond the Aurora community, said Jefferson, noting there are members from many surrounding communities. “The ARCC provides very affordable monthly memberships and has served as many as 426 active members,” he said. The ARCC also allows daily use for a minimal daily fee. Because of the DCF's generosity with this recent grant and the generosity of others in the past, the ARCC is able to offer a state-of-theart fitness center for aerobic, cardiovascular and strength training available to the public at very affordable prices, he said. For more information, call Jefferson at 1-812-926-2311.
Free CPR class Sept. 21 in Dillsboro Area residents are invited to learn cardio-pulmonary resuscitation Saturday, Sept. 21, at Dillsboro-Clay Township Volunteer Fire Department. Open to ages 14 and above, the free class will begin at 12:30 p.m. at the firehouse,
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10100 Front St. The maximum class size is 20, but another class can be scheduled if the interest is greater than that, said Dillsboro Fire Chief Tim Heitmeyer. For more information, call 1-812-432-5262. Leo and Nina (Noll) Kreutzer, members of Holy Angels Church, Basehor, celebrated their 60th wedding Anniversary on September 3rd. The couple were married at Corpus Christi Church at Mooney Creek, KS on September 3, 1953. Their children are Pat and Gary Buckhave, Sunman, Ind., Joan Kreutzer, Lawrence, KS. and Beth Kreutzer, Pleasanton, KS. They have 6 grandchildren and 1 great-grand-daughter.
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It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No, it’s a lifesaver! CINCINNATI – The Cincinnati Comic Expo has partnered with Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati to host a blood drive at Comic Expo Saturday, Sept. 14, at the Duke Energy Convention Center, Cincinnati. The drive will be held in Exhibit Hall A from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. “The Cincinnati Comic Expo celebrates superheroes and their efforts to fight evil and save the world. Hoxworth Blood Center is giving all of us the chance to become real lifesavers. We thank them for this opportunity and look forwarded to a long term partnership in the promotion of donating blood”, says Andrew Satterfield, Expo Founder. All blood donors will receive a two free AMC Movie Tickets, a free Star Wars comic book and a free Star Wars coffee mug. As a special bonus the blood donor with the best costume will win a $50 gift certificate to the comic book store of their choice. “We encourage everyone to don their mask and cape and become a real super hero by donating blood at the Comic Book Expo.”, states Alecia Lipton, Hoxworth spokesperson. Individuals can learn more about blood donation or schedule appointments by calling 1-513-451-0910 or by visiting hoxworth.org. Also, you have the chance to score some Reds tickets if you decided to donate blood Friday, Sept. 13, at any Hoxworth Neighborhood Donor Center, you will receive a voucher for two tickets to an upcoming Reds game and a free Reds T-shirt.
Redevelop. board to discuss comp plan GREENDALE- The City of Greendale Redevelopment Commission will meet at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17, at the Greendale Utility Building. Topics of discussion will be review of grant projects, executive director report, updates on South Schenley property, Greendale comp plan review, south redevelopment drainage project, new development updates and any other matters presented.
Rep. McMillin honored INDIANAPOLIS- State Rep. Jud McMillin, R-Brookville, recently received the Indiana Addictions Issues Coalition Public Policy Advocate of the Year Award for his work to reducing high recidivism among ex-offenders. The award was presented by Jill Matheny-Fuqua, Director of the IAIC at a ceremony in Indianapolis. “I’m deeply honored to receive this award, and I’m grateful for the crucial role that Mental Health America of Indiana and Indiana Addictions Issues Coalition continues to play to rehabilitate and reintegrate ex-offenders back into society. As author of House Enrolled Act 1482, or the Second Chance Law, I understand that finding a job is important in the reintegration process as well as recovering mentally from the stigma that comes with having a criminal record. While I believe we should hold people accountable for their actions, in certain situations, we should allow for a second chance to occur.,” said McMillin. Developed by the IAIC, a subsidiary of Mental Health America of Indiana, the Public Policy Advocate of the Year Award recognizes elected officials that reflect the IAIC’s mission which is to promote addiction recovery through advocacy, public education and service. Believing that addiction is a treatable disease and that long-term recovery is possible, the organization works to educate and advocate on behalf of people with addictive disorders; those in recovery and those who have not yet found recovery. “Representative Jud McMillin has long understood the collateral consequences of having a felony on one’s record. We applaud his efforts to assist Hoosiers who have found longterm recovery and deserve a second chance,” said Jill Matheny-Fuqua. The Second Chance Law, which strengthens IAIC’s mission, is designed to help reduce high recidivism among ex-offenders by allowing courts to eliminate or expunge certain low-level, non-violent and non-sexual misdemeanor or felony charges as a means to get back to work. “Clearly, the criminalization of minor drug offenses negatively impacts the individuals involved as well as society as a whole,” said Steve McCaffrey, President of MHAI. “Treatment may be much more appropriate for those with mental health and addiction issues and at the same time save the state dollars on incarceration.” Visit www.in.gov/legislative for more information regarding HEA 1482 or contact Jill Matheny-Fuqua at jfuqua@mhai. net for more information about the IAIC’s Public Policy Advocate of the Year Award.
HOLT, MARGARET HOLT- 96, Milan, died Sunday, Sept.
8, 2013. Laws-CarrMoore Funeral Home, Milan, is in charge of arrangements.
In Memory of
Ryan Livingston, R.N . - B.S.N . 4/11/80 - 9/3/2004 Hi my little angel in Heaven. I was sitting here thinking about you honey, like I do every day, every moment. My heart was broken when you left me 9 years ago Ryan. Its healed a little bit now, and when it beats, I put my hand on my chest and I feel your heart, you are still with me. You brought such joy to me for 24 years. We took a journey through life and it was a good ride, and its not over yet. I thank the Lord for lending you to me, and now he took you back and its o.k. cause we will be together soon. You did so good with your life down here, you worked hard honey, but you still had time for lots of fun. I’m so very proud of my little girl and nurse, I love you honey.
Sadly Missed, Granny Addie
Literacy Lollapalooza was extraordinary By Laura Priebe Contributor The Library wasn’t at all quiet Saturday, Sept. 7. Why? The Literacy Lollapalooza was going on, that’s why! With lively performances – from a Looney Tunes version of Peter and the Wolf, to a magical Tribute to Dr. Seuss, to a wonderful performance of James Whitcomb Riley poetry that brought Indiana dialect to life – the library was full of kids laughing, parents clapping, and smiles all around! Ann Alexander of Annie’s Classics Café grilled all-beef hotdogs in the garden, while kids drew on the sidewalk with Annie Back from Adam’s Art Supply. Dearborn County’s own children’s book Illustrator and muralist Tara Calahan King painted faces, and Peg Ehlers of the Purdue Extension Office guided kids in making their own edible “very hungry caterpillars.” And throughout the afternoon, children stood patiently in line to have a balloon sculpture created for them by Tif-
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fany Hubert of West Harrison, and even had the opportunity to learn the ancient art of Origami in the library’s historic depot. According to dictionary.com, a “lollapalooza” is “an extraordinary or unusual thing, person, or event; an exceptional example or instance.” Saturday was extraordinary example of a community coming together to enjoy one the greatest treasures of childhood – literacy. The day’s activities were sponsored by the City of Lawrenceburg AEP Community Grant, and were planned by the Black White and Read committee to highlight the Dolly Parton Imagination Library. Black White and Read is a collaborative Initiative of the Hoosier Hills Literacy League, the Aurora Public Library, the Lawrenceburg Public Library, the Dearborn Highlands Arts Council, and Ivy Tech Community College. The Dolly Parton Imagination Library is administered by the Hoosier Hills Literacy
League in partnership with the Dollywood Foundation. Because of the relationship the Dollywood Foundation has with Penguin books, communities are able to provide brand news specially selected books directly to area children each month for a cost of only $3 per book. Since 2008 over 50,000 books have been sent to Dearborn County children from birth to age 5! The best part about the Imagination Library is that the families receiving books are under no obligation to pay for them – regardless of family’s economic situation, their children can receive a new book each month, giving them the most basic tool to get them started on a life of learning - books! At Saturday’s event, over
$100 was donated to help fund this very important program. To donate to the Imagination Library of Dearborn County, call 812-584-8516 or go to www.hoosierhillsliteracyleague.net. For only $40, you can provide books to a local child for a full year – an amazing value! Giving a memorial gift of literacy is also a great way to celebrate the memory of a loved one who loved reading. Since 85 percent of a child’s brain development occurs in the first 5 years of life, reading to them during these critical years significantly impacts a child’s life-long capacity to learn. And that’s why occasionally the library becomes a notso-quiet place.
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PAGE 5A South Dearborn High School Homecoming is Friday, Sept. 13, with the theme “Gettin’ Down in a Hicktown.” The royal court will be crowned during halftime of the Knights’ game against Connersville. Left: Queen candidates are, first row, from left: Chandler Hoskins, Megan Neuendorf, Lori Rinehart, Tiffany Verdon. King candidates: Michael Campton, Dalton Cisco, Adam Dreihaus, Lawrence Neumann.
PUBLIC AUCTION At Lutz Auction Center
Take I-74 to St. Leon-Lawrenceburg exit, then south on SR 1 for 3 miles to Dover, IN. East on N. Dearborn Rd for 1.4 miles to Auction Ln. From Lawrenceburg, take SR 1 North to Dover, right on N. Dearborn Rd to Auction Ln.
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Left: Princess candidates are first row, from left: Morgan Wilson, freshman; Haley Lane, sophomore; Emma Veid, junior. Prince candidates are: Dakota Cameron, freshman; Wyatt Schwing, sophomore; Tanner Anderson, junior.
Our building will be filled with general household merchandise and furniture. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This is not a complete listing. Check Lutzauctions.com for details, pictures, and late additions.
Estate of Millie Hoff and Various Consignors • Owner Dale and Randy Lutz • Auctioneer 513-266-1859/513-266-1860 AU01030327/AU10100126 Terms: Cash or check with ID. No Buyers Premium.
REAL ESTATE AUCTION
Offered by Cornerstone Realty, Inc. / Lutz Auction Service LLC
THURSDAY, SEPT. 19 • 6PM 114 Acres, West Harrison, IN 47060
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a TIF district are set aside for improvements to benefit the TIF area, such as new infrastructure, said Thomas A. Pitman, Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Indianapolis, speaking to Aurora's Redevelopment Commission in January. Existing taxes, however, continue to go to the county for property tax distribution to schools, libraries, the town, township and county as they currently do. So taxes only on new businesses or improvements after a TIF is established go to the TIF's benefit. TIFs in general can last for 30 years, but can be ended and improvements put into the general tax pool earlier, should redevelopment commissions decide to do so, said Pitman, called “Indiana's TIF expert” by Aurora City Attorney Jeff Stratman. Dillsboro's ordinance makes all of the territory within the town's corporate boundaries a special taxing district for redevelopment and economic development purposes. In other business, no one asked any questions at Dillsboro's 2014 budget hearing. The proposed $848,000 budget estimates a maximum city levy of $190,204, and a riverboat gambling revenue sharing fund of $500,000. The council unanimously approved the purchase of a 2014 Chevrolet Tahoe for its police department at a cost of $31,137 from Lawrenceburg Chevrolet. Dillsboro Police Chief Ryan Brandt said he wants a midsize vehicle to provide enough room for all the officer's equipment and equipment for the K-9. This vehicle also will allow the dog to exit out the back, saving wear and tear on K-9 Chevy's legs. The radios, lights and radar on the current vehicle will be transferred, and the police department is seeking a grant for an in-vehicle K-9 kennel. Town manager Scott Fortner said funds for the vehicle are in the town's 2014 budget from riverboat gambling sharing revenue. Brandt said he intends to finish out the winter with the existing K-9 vehicle, starting use of the new one in February. The town could order the vehicle now and pay for it in 2014, said council president Mary Lou Powers. Brandt agreed, and Fortner said the vehicle would not arrive for 60 to 90 days after it is ordered in any case. Fields then made a motion approving the vehicle purchase from the 2014 budget, with payment in 2014, and councilman Andy Seaver seconded. In another police matter, the council approved allowing Dillsboro officers to work off-duty assignments such as festivals through other law enforcement agencies. “During Homecoming we ask officers from other agencies to come out here and work our fair,” said Brandt, explaining he had been asked by other agencies about their off-duty opportunities. Dillsboro police also will participate in the
Dearborn County Traffic Safety Program, which receives extra money to do special patrols throughout the year. Turning to an odd request, Brandt said he had been asked by a man who does not have a driver's license if he can drive a golf cart into town. “He has no other way to get his boy to school,” said Brandt. He explained the man lives in Ohio County but needs to get his son to Head Start in Dillsboro. The man would drive up Milton-Bear Branch Road to West Laughery Creek Road and up Arlington Road. “I think he's taking his life in his own hands,” said Powers. Dillsboro's golf cart use ordinance requires drivers of golf carts in town to have driver's licenses, and council members agreed they do not want to make an exception. In that case, said Brandt, the man wants to know the rules for driving a horse and buggy in town. Brandt said he told him the horse and buggy would have to be equipped with a poop catcher and an orange slow-moving-vehicle triangle. But he also suggested the man contact Catch-A-Ride. Powers said the town has no ordinance against a horse and buggy in town. Council then discussed code violations which were cleaned up the day after the resident was cited. Pursuing the citation would cost more than the fine, and the town attorney does not think the individual would ever pay, said Fortner. But Fields said the code violations were an extended nuisance, going on most of a year. Powers suggested council discuss the situation with the town's hearing officer. In other business, the council approved the lower of two bids for an emergency water hook up with Hoosier Hills at a cost of $26,619 from Dave O'Mara, pending review by the town's engineer. Holman had the other bid at $27,316. It came in lower than the engineer's estimate of $31,000, noted Fortner. “The recycling program is going well,” he said. The town's residents set out 2.2 tons in the first two curbside recycling pickups in August.
The following personal property of the late Alan Lovern, Jr., much collected years before by his father the late Alan Buck Lovern, will be offered for sale at Public Auction. Located at 68 Doughty Rd, Lawrenceburg, IN. Watch for auction signts on US 50 by the old Kroger plaza, turn at the stop light by Wendy's.
Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013 10:00 A.M. E.S.D.T.
Antique Car: Excellent Condition! 1948 Buick Roadmaster convertible, model 76C - winner of over 1000 awards, Concours d'Elegance Ault Park winner 19952004. National winner 1976 AACA. CAR WILL BE OFFERED at 1:00 p.m. Antiques & Collectibles: Butcher block table, 30" x 60"; 1800's oak dining table w/ 6 chairs and matching buffet and cabinet; other glass door china cabinets; stands and tables of different kinds; CC Steepleton 4' x 8' pool table; large stained glass "Billiard" hanging pool table light; numerous trunks of different types, camel back, etc; numerous amount of circus mallets of different types; large amount of swords, meat saws, meat cleavers of different sizes and types; collection of pocket knives; large trolley bell; numerous pictures, some advertising; wardrobes; two dressers; school desk w/inkwell and bench; Maytag wringer washer; oak church pew; sm. chifferobe; lg. bull horn; pottery - Royal Copley, Hull, Hager, etc; approx. 20 cookie jars; huge amount of figurines, cardinal birds, etc; lamps; other glassware and vases; old tins; jewelry boxes & jewelry; several whiskey bottles, some in stands; jugs w/ handles; mirrors; collection of cars in boxes; Buick car parts; old bicycles; Bicentennial items; old Lawrenceburg HS annuals and many more collectible items too numerous to mention. Modern Household: Nice solid oak table w/4 chairs; GE glass top range; sofa & chair; large lot of dishes, kitchen cookware and furnishings; jewelry cabinet; large collection of hanging copper molds and many more household items.
Terms: Cash or Checks w/ I.D. Bid # with I.D. OWNER: Estate of Alan Lovern, Jr. • Executor: Scott Lovern Auctioneer: Denny Brown • AU01032230 • 812-438-4624 Not Responsible For Accidents • Lunch will be served Parking available at the old Kroger plaza parking lot Go to auctionzip.com #22149 for pictures Kruthaupt Estate Auction Saturday, Sept. 21 at 9:30 a.m. 4632 1st Street; Morris, IN 47033 Auctioneers Note: You will not be disappointed in this auction – something for everyone! NEW in Box items, antiques, cars, furniture & MORE! This is a full day of selling in two rings bring a friend and a lawn chair. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES:1950’s Coke Adv w/org frame (like new), 7Up sign,
Model Cars, Dazey #40 churn, flat & sad irons, NOS pitcher/glass sets, Crock: 6 gal star, 5 gal Uhl, more, cast iron, milk & cream cans w/ local tags, religious items, old toys, lots of canning jars inc blue & 1/2 gal, galv. Buckets, tubs, NOS shoes, clothing, lamps more VEHICLES: Chevy Caprice, 2 door, Black with Black int. (great condition), odom. shows 19,000 miles; Chevy Scottsdale 10 Truck odom shows 54,000 miles, Plymouth Duster odom. shows 80,000, Ford LTD 4 door – all with keys and titles GUNS: Remington 552A Speed Master 22 auto in box, Ranger 22 cal. pump rifle, Diamond Arms 410 ga. single shot, Remington 870 “Wingmaster” 12ga., some old ammo, and BB guns FURNITURE OAK: Knockdown OF, kit cupboard, dresser, WALNUT: 2 knockdowns, Vict. dresser, OTHER: high back-bed-painted dresser, washstand, cedar chest, parlor table platform rocker, flat top trunk, flat wall cupboard, sewing machine, bentwood butter churn, more GARAGE & BARN FINDS: Room full of coal, Troybilt tiller, sev. Push mowers (many new in crates), cordless Craftsman: mower, Lawn spreader, air compressor (like new), NOS tools boxes and tools, LG roll around tool box; lawn boy mower, new homelite chain saw, 2-2 ton floor jacks (NIB), Many heaters (NIB) kerosene heaters, electric, , Many fans, NEW jumper cables, vise grips, Grease guns (lots),Motor oil—all brands & all sizes & viscosity, old metal cans (NIB), washer fluid, air hose, ext. cord, gas cans, air & oil filters, hay forks, ladder jacks, Coleman generator, garden plows, wood, alum ladders, coolers, string trimmer AND
MORE, MORE, MORE Owners: Kruthaupt Heirs Terms: CASH or Check w/ ID; Credit Cards w/ 5% fee. Everything sold “as is, where is”. Lunch & Restroom Available, Limited parking on streets – plenty of parking at St Anthony’s Church Check out our website for pictures:: www.johnsonsells4you.com
Johnson Auctioneers Roger, Susan and Chuck Johnson, CES (AU19500208, AU10400023, AU01012551) (812) 576-0157 or (513) 403-6734 Licensed in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana Celebrating 45 years in Business
6 Room Frame Dwelling on 2 Acres
Public Auction Thursday, October 3, 6:00 PM 2013
Located in Section 17 of Miller Township, Dearborn County, Indiana At 21664 SR # 1, Guilford, Indiana (Approximately 1 mile of the Perfect North Slopes Ski Resort) This one story 6 room (frame w/ vinyl siding – built in 1948) home has three bedrooms, one full bathroom and one half bath, three bedrooms, kitchen, dining room and living room. It has 1112 square feet of living area, a ¾ poured concrete basement, a forced air fuel oil furnace and recently replaced roof (last year). There is also a 20’x24’ car shed which was built in 1999. Property is located on the east side of State Road # 1 and contains two acres of
land in Miller Township, Dearborn County, Indiana.
Open House: Sunday, September 22, 1-3 PM. Call Auctioneer for Real Estate Terms & Conditions at # 765-265-3883
James & Donna Quinlan – OWNERS
Looking for a private and secluded tract of recreational ground or hunters paradise? Ideal private getaway. This property is conveninetly located mintues off the Brookville exit of I-74. From the exit take SR 52 North, then West on SR 46, left on Whites Hill Rd, left on Pinhook Rd for 1.7 miles, property on right. Private Showings Only. If you have interest contact Dale or Randy Lutz. The successful bidder(s) will give a Ten Thousand Dollar ($10,000.00) non-refundable down payment, sign a real estate sales contract and close the sale on or before 30 days after the auction. The real estate will sell subject to Owners confirmation. Auction will be held at the Lutz Auction Center, Dover, IN: Take I-74 to St.LeonLawrenceburg exit, then South on SR 1 for 3 miles to Dover, IN. East on N. Dearborn Rd for 1.4 miles to Auction Ln.
Douglass and Katherine Custis • Owner Dale and Randy Lutz • Auctioneer 513-266-1859/513-266-1860 AU01030327/AU10100126 Log onto lutzauctions.com for more information and pictures. Announcements made day of auction take precedent over printed material.
PUBLIC AUCTION At Lutz Auction Center
Take I-74 to St. Leon-Lawrenceburg exit, then south on SR 1 for 3 miles to Dover, IN. East on N. Dearborn Rd for 1.4 miles to Auction Ln. From Lawrenceburg, take SR 1 North to Dover, right on N. Dearborn Rd to Auction Ln.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 21• 9AM Doors Open at 8AM
2000 CornPro gooseneck 16 ft. deck over trailer with 5 ft. beavertail and ramps; Parker 250 grain cart; 2 Club Car electric golf carts with canopy’s; new Skid steer implements include pallet forks, hay spear, and grapple forks; Woods 7 ft. grader blade; John Deere No. 2 antique sickle bar mower; concrete lawn ornaments; and our building will be filled with antique and modern furniture items. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This is not a complete listing. Check lutzauctions.com for details, pictures, and late additions.
Various Consignors • Owner Dale and Randy Lutz • Auctioneer 513-266-1859/513-266-1860 AU01030327/AU10100126 Terms: Cash or check with ID. No Buyers Premium.
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ERVIN MEIER - ESTATE 10AM • SATURDAY, SEPT 14, 2013
10482 Cole Lane, Aurora, IN 47001 Auctioneer’s Note: A nice clean old fashioned sale. Come to join the fun!
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This beautiful 2 bedroom (3rd - 2nd story bedroom), single bath, living room, dining room, kitchen, full basement, new oak floors, vinyl floors bath and kitchen. Professionally redecorated. Two car garage is heated, separate utility bldg. Central air w/ double wide concrete driveway. On a one acre level lot, heavily shaded, beautifully landscaped. If you are a first time buyer or looking for that retirement castle, don’t miss this one. $5,000 non-refundable cash deposit day of auction, balance in 30 days, immediate possession upon closing. Seller to pay next installment of taxes. Seller reserves the right to accept, or reject, any or all bids.
AUTOMOBILE SELLS 11:30 AM. 2007 Chevrolet, Cobalt LT, 4-door, 19,000 mi., red, always garaged, driven to grocery.
HOUSEHOLD, GARAGE, TOOLS, MISC SELLS 10AM
Tools: Generator, Homelite 4400; Snowblower, white, “Snow Boss 500”, 5hp Tecumseh; Chainsaws (2); Homelite, gas, 16”; Chainsaws (2), electric; 24’ Alum. Ladder; Shop-Vac, Craftsman, 2 gal; Wheelbarrow; Air Compressor, G.E., 1/3 hp; Air Compressor, Campbell-Hausfeld, 110 psi, newer; Battery charger; Pipe Clamps; Pipe Dies; Bottle Jacks, lg, (2); Bottle Jacks, sm. (2); Stepladders (4); Weed Trimmer, Craftsman, 17”; Garden sprayer, Battery Charger; and many small hand power tools, parts, misc., etc. Appliances: Refrigerator/Frz., Frigidaire, 19 c.f., ice maker; Refrigerator, Fridgidaire, older; Freezer, 6’ “Coronado”; Range, gas, “Caloric”, 36”; Range, gas, “Grand”, 40”; Washer, h.d., “Speed Queen”, elec. auto.; Dryer, h.d., “Speed Queen”, gas auto.; Microwave, Emerson; Celing Fan; Furniture: sev. Bedroom suits; modern oval dining room, 4 chair, w/ 2 leaves; Kitchen Dinette set, 6 chair, maple; 2 twin beds; 2 Lane recliners; 2 sofas (78”); Rockers; End, lamp, Coffee Tables; metal Kitchen Cabinet; metal Bookshelves; Entertainment Center, 6’4”; Piano, Hamilton, upright w/ bench; Folding chairs (8); and many other assorted values. Collectibles, Antiques, Misc.: Washboiler, copper, w/lid; Washer, wringer, Barlow & Seelig; Dietz Lanterns (2); Thunder mug; Cast Iron Pot 10”; metal Porch Glider w/ 2 side chairs; wooden High Chairs; Hammock, canvas; Bicycles, 20”, 18 spd., newer; Bicycle, Huffy, “Eldorado”, 20”; older Tennis Racquets; Roller Blade shoe skates, “Mongoose”, size 9’; Crock, #5; Ping Pong Table; Canning Jars; ass’t Coolers; Xmas Decorations; ass’t Games, Puzzles, Books, Building Blocks, Tinker Toys, etc. AUCTION FOR ERVIN MEIER ESTATE Mary Fairfield, Executrix; Douglas Denmure, Atty. NELSON ELLIOT AUCTION TEAM Paul Elliot - Joel Knox, Auctioneers 278 Decatur Street, Aurora, IN 47001 Information: 926-3217 / 2625
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Health care amidst the amber waves of grain Gov. Mike Pence achieved tals are concerned about what a bureaucratic goal earlier would happen if the federal this week when the Obama government does not apadministration signed off on prove HIP for a full Medica one-year extension of a fed- aid expansion. Health care eral waiver for the Healthy industry sources tell me the Indiana Plan. Healthy Indiana Plan is not He immediately declared designed for a full expansion it a “victory for Hoosiers en- and would likely be dramatirolled in this innovative pro- cally changed by the federal gram and will ensure that In- government. “It’s an honest diana remains at the forefront disagreement,” Pence said. of consumer-driven healthCitizens in Elkhart heard care in the United States.” it last Wednesday night when But is this a vicElkhart General tory for Hoosiers? Hospital President First, let’s do Greg Losasso said some math. his community This is a state of would be “disad6.5 million people. vantaged” without In an interview with the federal funds Gov. Pence last that would come Tuesday, he put the with a Medicaid uninsured populaexpansion. In the tion at 880,000. In first three years the state’s biennial BRIAN under Obamacare, budget passed last the number Pence HOWEY April, it provided is prepared to leave funding for an addion the table is tional 90,000 Hoosiers to be $10.45 billion (Indiana’s bicovered under the pre-Obam- ennial budget is $15 billion). acare Medicaid system. At Potential cost to the state bethe insistence of Senate Ap- tween 2014 and 2020 range propriations Chairman Luke from $600 million to cover Kenley, R-Noblesville, about those “out of the woodwork” $400 million was placed in – current Hoosiers eligible for the budget to cover a full Medicaid coverage – and up extension of Medicaid under to $2 billion to cover 300,000. President Obama’s AffordMy colleague from Comable Care Act. munity Newspapers, reporter “We think 500,000 will be Maureen Hayden, has written eligible for participation in a column that every Hoosier the premium tax credits for should read that adds some the health care exchanges,” stunning perspective to the Pence told me. The current stakes here. She reported that Healthy Indiana Plan covers 2.7 million Hoosiers sought 36,600 and there are 55,000 care in hospital emergency people on the waiting list. rooms last year. Thirty IndiAs part of the federal waiver ana counties have no obstetric through 2014, HIP enroll- services. Because of this lack ment will expand by 15,000 of pre- and post-natal care, people. “We’ll be just shy of Indiana’s infant mortality rate 50,000,” the governor said. is a stunning 7.7 per 1,000 baThat puts the pool of unin- bies, a full percentage above sured around 300,000. the national average. Of 35 The governor wants to use “critical access” hospitals in the Healthy Indiana Plan as rural Indiana, 11 of them are the vehicle for Obamacare losing money. era Medicaid expansion. “In According to a 2011 study terms of the where to go from by the Indiana Hospital Ashere, we just cleared our first sociation, Indiana’s hospitals prerequisite,” Pence said. “ate” about $3 billion deliv“My other two prerequisites ering uncompensated care in Medicaid expansion are: to people who couldn’t pay It has to preserve elements of their hospital bills (those with the consumer-driven model coverage pay for that). About of the Healthy Indiana Plan $1.7 billion of that was the and it has to be fiscally re- “charity care” that, by Indiana sponsible and sustainable.” law, non-profit hospitals are Under Obamacare, 100 required to deliver. Hayden percent of the Medicaid ex- described the Indiana social pansion will be covered for safety net that Gov. Pence the first three years, and then wants to rely on if Medicaid 90 percent in perpetuity. isn’t expanded under HIP as “That 10 percent we would “tattered.” have to pick up in the long When I asked Gov. Pence term is a very significant ex- about weighing these factors, pense for the state of Indi- he responded, “For Indiana, ana,” the governor said. our fiscal integrity is the Thus, Pence is calling for a foundation of our prosperity.” “modest” expansion of MedAdd on top of this the icaid under the Healthy Indi- state’s high obesity and ana Plan. And if the feds re- smoking rates, the thousand ject HIP for expansion, Pence meth labs police have busted is prepared to walk away. so far this year (involving And this is where a values 300 kids), and that 13.5 perelement that every taxpay- cent of our households are er, every lawmaker and our “food insecure” according to governor needs to carefully the United States Department consider. of Agriculture, and the picAsked what his message ture we see isn’t that of the is to the insured citizens “amber waves of grain” Gov. who essentially subsidize the Pence once talked about on 300,000 uninsured, Pence his statewide radio show. talked about a “broad range Indiana is an unhealthy of services” to the uninsured, state. Its people are under citing hospital charity care, duress. the Disproportion Share Our leaders have much Hospitals like Wishard in In- soul searching to do in the dianapolis and Parkview in coming months. Fort Wayne, and community health centers. “Health care is available to About Brian Howey most Hoosiers,” Pence said at Brian Howey is a third genTuesday’s press conference. eration Indiana journalist “Every person has the ability who has emerged as one of to walk into an emergency the Midwest's leading political analysts. His weekly Poliroom.” ticking column reaches more Pence acknowledged that than 250,000 readers via many community health promore than 25 newspapers. fessionals and local hospi-
Thanks for keeping Tiger tradition alive Editor: I want to thank the people of Lawrenceburg and Greendale for the great support of Tiger football, and
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER27, 12,2012 2013 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER
for their great contributions to the great time at Agner Hall. The food was good, the newpaper arrangements were great, and it was great to see all the old players were able to be there. We relived old memories, took pictures and had a great time. The tradition at Lawrenceburg
High School will never die because people like you will keep it alive. From the players, coaches, cheerleaders, band member and fans: Thanks for the memories. Dick Meador LHS Football Coach 1969-82
Congress and Syria
As Washington swirls with proposals, counterproposals, and political brinksmanship in response to diplomatic efforts on Syria, the situation has a lot of people scratching their heads. Couldn’t President Obama and Congress have handled this differently? I prefer to take a step back and ask a different question. Given that we are stronger as a country and our foreign policy more effective when the President and Congress forge a unified response to an international crisis, how can the two branches of government work together less chaotically to confront a dilemma like this one? Let’s put a possible congressional vote on Syria in context. Washington has long been divided over the power to use American military force, thanks to ambiguity in the Constitution itself: it gives Congress the power to declare war, but makes the President commander-in-chief. The last time Congress formally used its war powers was during World War II. Ever since, as we’ve engaged often in military action, it has ceded authority to the President. It tried to regain lost ground with the War Powers Resolution of 1973, which passed over a presidential
veto and which no Presi- oping a national cyberwardent since has considered fare strategy -- which it constitutional, but it has failed at, leaving a matter been a losing battle. Gre- of critical national secunada, Kosovo, the Iraq and rity to the President -- and Afghanistan wars, Libya on the NSA’s surveillance -- all were launched by of Americans’ electronic presidents without prior communications, which congressional members of Conauthorization. gress in the know So I’m ennever saw fit to couraged to see bring up for pubthe possibility of lic debate, even a real debate on though it amounts Capitol Hill on to the largest exSyria, on what pansion of governto do when anment power in reother country cent history. uses chemical This time, for weapons, and on LEE better or worse, the projection of is different. The HAMILTON arguments both U.S. power. Congress for and against a should have returned much limited use of American sooner from its vacation to force are reasonable, and address issues of such ob- congressional leaders are vious national importance. correct when they say this But at least it’s stepping is a matter of conscience. up to the plate in a way I happen to believe that it has preferred to avoid the United States’ credbefore now. ibility in the world is at For let’s be clear. Presi- stake here and that redents should not get a free storing an international pass on foreign affairs, but norm against the use of neither should Congress poison gas is important. get to avoid declaring it- My guess is that, should self. a full-fledged debate take On such difficult issues place, members will acquit in the past, Congress has themselves well. preferred to sidestep its What I don’t want to see constitutional responsibil- is a chaotic process that ity, defer to the President, leaves the U.S. appearing and then snipe from the divided and indecisive, sidelines when things go with the President forced wrong. It has done so re- to wonder how to “conpeatedly not just on mili- sult” with a disorganized tary issues, but on such Congress in which power matters recently as devel- is diffused.
There is a better way, but it requires a regular mechanism for consultation. A few years ago, a bipartisan National War Powers Commission, of which I was a member, came up with a pragmatic framework that would create a routine process for the President and Congress to follow. It would require the President to consult with congressional leaders before any military action expected to last more than one week — and then would require Congress to declare itself, either by voting to approve action or, if that resolution fails, to allow for a vote to disapprove military involvement. Had this structure been in place already, a high-stakes vote on Syria wouldn’t seem so unusual and the consultative process would have been far less messy. My hope, once this is over, is that the idea will gain greater currency. When international crises arrive, a routine process that’s allowed our political leaders to build credibility with each other would save them a lot of heartburn. Lee Hamilton is Director of the Center on Congress at Indiana University. He was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives for 34 years.
HAPPENINGS FROM THE PAST
Sept. sees earthquake; Dingleberry Stomp; A&W deliveries; a new theater marquee; and barn destroyed by fire
cinnati Reds. 25 years ago, September 1988 nnn An earthquake centered in AshAll bids for a proposed addition land, Kentucky had been felt in to Lawrenceburg High School had Dearborn County. been rejected. The project would nnn Ground breaking had been sched- be rebid. nnn uled for the Ind. 1 Southgate Hill A & W Root Beer was offerproject. ing free delivery service. nnn Owner was Phil Bauer. Window service was CHRIS nnn scheduled to expand at the MCHENRY The Lawrenceburg TiAurora and Lawrenceburg gers had defeated Aurora post offices. 33-6. nnn Columnist Ralph Heiss had suggested that fire hydrants be spruced 75 years ago, September 1938 People who were more than 90 up with decorative painting. years old would be special guests at nnn Dillsboro: Patty and the Twilight- the Northwest Territory celebration. nnn ers were going to provide music for The government Commission on the annual Dingleberry Stomp. Unemployment Relief had opened an office in Lawrenceburg. 50 years ago, September 1963 nnn A meeting had been planned to The Federal government had discuss proposals for school reorganization since the one unit plan had made more than $2 million available in Dearborn County during the been defeated. past five years for a wide variety of nnn Dillsboro Nike Base softball team programs. nnn was defending its championship. The Walnut Theater had added a nnn Bill McCool had joined the Cin- new marquee. Jim Weddle was the
owner. nnn O. J. Kent was tapped to impersonate George Washington at the Northwest Territory celebration. nnn Dellas Ross had entered Hanover College. He was planning to become a Universalist minister.
100 years ago, September 1913 W.F. Ward was the president of the Tanners Creek Pioneer Society. nnn Lawrenceburg City Council had given permission for the Tigers football team to use the fairground on Sundays and Thanksgiving. nnn Guilford: John Axby had advertized that he would pay $1 each for geese and he wanted 1,000 of them. nnn St. Leon: Lightning had destroyed John Fry’s barn. All the horses had been saved. nnn Sam Griffith had been appointed acting city marshal. Chris McHenry County Historian.
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THURSDAY, 12, 2013 THURSDAY,SEPTEMBER SEPTEMBER 27, 2012
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Aug. 23-29, 2013 Circuit and Superior II Court The following have been granted dissolution of marriage: ■Toney ■ L. and Ricky D. Rider. ■Russell ■ L. and Linda S. Campbell. ■Danielle ■ and Christopher Simmons. ■Mary ■ C. and Richard L. Hudson. ■Scod ■ A and Kathy E. Newton. ■Rachel ■ Naomi and Julio Rafael Alfaro. ■Justin ■ W And Stacey L. Nixon. Marriage License ■Bryan ■ P. Benning and Tina Renee Pfierman, 16819 Manchester Street, Moores Hill, Ind. ■Jon ■ Elton Ruble, 1009 W Tilmor Drive, Muncie, Ind., and Alaina Michelle Hartman, 5063 Witt Road, West Harrison, Ind. ■David ■ Eugene Jordan and Erin Michelle Mitchell, 20837 Weisburg Road, Sunman, Ind. ■Steven ■ Christopher Herrick, 525 Main Street, Lawrenceburg, Ind., and Susan Jean Budd, 11 Butler Court, Lawrenceburg, Ind. ■Andrew ■ Ray Thompson and Jill Marie Graff, 12108 Stewart Street, Aurora, Ind. ■Ronnie ■ Wilbert Hensley III, 301 West High Street, Lawreneburg, Ind, and Morgan Danielle Ballou, 2508 Moundview Drive, Norwood, Ohio.
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Circuit and Superior II Court The following have been granted dissolution of marriage: ■Jazmin ■ and Keith W. Blankman. ■Susan ■ and Gary Coffey Sr. James And Tina Blevans. ■Lisa ■ and Kevin Courtney. ■Gerald ■ W. and Jeannine S. Hizer Jr. ■John ■ R. and Sherry F. New. ■Tina ■ L. and Charles R. Hacker. ■Betty ■ S. and Robin J. Stoops.
■Gene ■ Wade Dittmer and Kimberly A. Dittmer to Jeffrey A. Gulley and Cindy A. Gulley land in Clay Township. ■John ■ Haberthier Jr. to Kris A. Bamberger and Kristy A. Bamberger lot in Picnic Woods Subdivision. ■James ■ A. Birk and Cathy C. Birk to Natalie S. Tanner lot in Picnic Woods Subdivision. ■Judy ■ Marie Mitchell to Eagle Financial Services land in Town of Moores Hill. ■Danny ■ Campbell to Adam Klingelhoffer and Schyler Armstrong lot in Lucas Subdivision. ■Russell ■ L. Begley Cristie E. Begley to Gary L. Graves lot in Rocky Mountain Estates Subdivision. ■Sonny ■ Ray Pryse to Diana R. Price Brzozowski land in Sparta Township. ■Friendly ■ Services, Inc. to Ulrich Filter & Devries, LLC lot in Dillsboro Sanitarium Subdivision. ■Theodore ■ T. Burgin and Grace M. Burgin to Keith P. Schnur and Sharon A. Schnur land in Logan Township. ■Shawn ■ Goodpaster, Donzie E. Adkins and Dearborn County Hospital to United States of America and Rural Housing Services lot in Wheelers 1st Addition Subdivision. ■Jeffrey ■ K. Everett and Jeffrey Everett to Fannie Mae, Federal National Mortgage Association lot in Valley Vista Estates Subdivision. ■Bill ■ Bailey Curry Jr. and Vela Marie Curry to Fannie Mae, Federal National Mortgage Association lot in Pleasant Run Subdivision. ■Debra ■ S. Stamper and David L. Stamper to US Bank National Association lot in Clifts Acres Subdivision. ■Maxwell ■ Development, Inc. to Jamie Roberts and Stephanie Roberts land in Miller Township. ■Tobey ■ D. Woolwine and Vicki A. Woolwine to Kassandra M. Stenger land in Kelso Township. ■Mary ■ Ann Doerpers Estate to Perfect Family Limited Partnership. land in Lawrenceburg Township. ■Raymond ■ C. Sander and Barbara M. Sander to Raymond C. Sander Trust Trustee lot in Mountain Meadows Estates Subdivision. ■Richard ■ J. Lonneman and Mary Alyce Lonneman to Jodi A. Hensley and Steven Hensley lot in Stonegate Estate Subdivision. ■Joshua ■ M. Evans to Keith Kocik lot in Hidden Valley Lake Subdivision. ■Gary ■ W. Listermann and Barbara W. Listermann to Barbara W. Listermann Trust Trustee and Gary W. Listermann Trustee land in Sparta Township. ■Frank ■ D. Linkmeyer and Judith A. Linkmeyer to Jeff England and Denise England lot in Eden Gardens Subdivision. ■Stacey ■ M. Robinson to Stacey M. Robinson Trust Trustee lot in Anchor Farm Subdivision. ■Huesman ■ Road, LLC to Michael L. Elliott land in Washington Township. ■Nicole ■ Daily to Daniel Daily land in Manchester Township. ■Fannie ■ Mae, Federal National Mortgage Association to William A. Hartwell land in Sparta Township. ■Margaret ■ A. Meyer to William Skyler Yelton and Kristyn Nicole Coleman lot in Hidden Valley Lake Subdivision. ■Gary ■ L. Althoff and Robert L. Althoff to Robert L. Althoff, Dorthy Lee Althoff and Lee Ann Renck lot in Bright County View Subdivision. ■Gary ■ L. Althoff and Robert L. Althoff to Gary L. Althoff and Linda R. Althoff land in Miller Township. ■Doras ■ Pilz and Donald Pilz to Doras Pilz and Beth A. Pilz ■land ■ in Sparta Township. ■George ■ D. DeBruler and Mary J. DeBruler to Brian d. DeBruler land in Logan Township. ■George ■ D. DeBruler and Mary J. DeBruler to Brian d. DeBruler land in Harrison Township. ■l3rd ■ Gen. LLC to Jesse Barret ■lot ■ in Eichelberger and Lewis Subdivision. ■Stanley ■ J. Puzio Trust Trustee and Dorris A. Puzio Trust Trustee lot in Hidden Valley Lake Subdivision.
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Dearborn County Recorder’s Office Aug. 29, 2013 ■Bank ■ of America, NA to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development lot in Park Grove Subdivision. ■Blair ■ Homes by Kiefer to Marvin Goodpaster land in Jackson Township. ■Joseph ■ F. Westfelt to William Benson and Cynthia Benson ■Lot ■ in W. E. Blasdels Subdivision. ■William ■ R. Pleiman and Mary Jane Pleiman to Eric J. Wilhelm and Olga Wilhelm lot in Cooper Run Estates Subdivision. ■Preferred ■ Property Investment, Inc. to Daniel Harnist land in Harrison Township. ■Charles ■ G. Smith and Heidi M. Smith to Gordon C. Ward lot in Banberry Woods Subdivision. ■Erick ■ A. Vail to Erick A. Vail Trust Trustee and Sheila R. Vail Trust Trustee land in Town of Greendale. ■John ■ W. Edrington Estate to Phyllis A. Shoemaker land in Manchester Township. ■Justin ■ Nixon to Stacey L. Nixon land in Miller Township. ■Richard ■ E. Evans to Perfect Family Limited Partnership.land in Lawrenceburg Township. ■Flossie ■ Geraldine Sittler Estate to Perfect Family Limited Partnership. land in Lawrenceburg Township. ■Lawrenceburg ■ Redevelopment Commission to City of Lawrenceburg lot in City of Lawrenceburg. ■Secretary ■ of Housing and Urban Development to Michael Stoecklin lot in Hidden Valley Lake Subdivision. ■Gregory ■ L. Huffman, Karen Huffman and Brandon L. Huffman to Gregory L. Huffman, Karen Huffman and Brandon L. Huffman land in Logan Township. ■Gregory ■ L. Huffman, Karen Huffman, Brandon L. Huffman, Robin Nishime and Benjamin Nishmine to Jennifer K. Huffman and Brandon L. Huffman land in Logan Township. ■Gregory ■ L. Huffman, Karen Huffman, Brandon L. Huffman, Robin Nishime and Benjamin Nishmine to Jennifer K. Huffman and Brandon L. Huffman land in Logan Township. ■Douglas ■ A. Garner to Kristi L. Wilkerson lot in Hidden Valley Lake Subdivision. ■Daniel ■ J. Hollenbeck to Leanne L. Smith land in Town of Greendale. ■Barbara ■ Taylor to Christopher R. Arany land in Town of Greendale. ■Lisa ■ M. Held and Kevin Cobb to Lisa M. Cobb and Kevin Cobb land in Manchester Township. ■Norman ■ R. DeMeule to Micah Thomas and Michelle Thomas land in Hogan Township. ■Fannie ■ Mae, Federal National Mortgage Association to Troy L. Slayback and Cynthia A. Slayback lot in Lynndale Subdivision. ■Tamela ■ J. Pickett to Bank of America, NA lot in Moore & Stevens Subdivision. ■Linda ■ F. Peelman to Steven R. Peelman land in Center Township. ■Luther ■ Carr and Kimberly Carr to Daniel J. Hollenbeck land in Manchester Township. ■Sharon ■ Sue Hafenbridle to Sha-
ron Sue Kohlman lot in WT Chappells Addition Subdivision. ■Ada ■ M. Vinson and Mark L. Vinson to Federal National Mortgage Association lot in Hidden Valley Lake Subdivision. ■JPMorgan ■ Chase Bank, NA to Kristi A. Baker lot in Miller Subdivision. ■Everett ■ Taylor to Everett Taylor and Everett Scott Taylor lot in Wilbert Taylors Subdivision. ■Thomas ■ M. Gaier Trustee to Valerie Baumann land in Manchester Township. ■Steven ■ K. Luken and Jennifer L. Luken to Jeffrey C. Rebich and Carrie Lee Rebich lot in Hidden Valley Lake Subdivision. ■Bank ■ of America, NA to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development land in Miller Township. ■Martha ■ J. Dunning to Lawrenceburg Redevelopment Commission lot in City of Lawrenceburg. ■Donald ■ B. Combs, Jr. and Ericka S. Combs to Laura E. Turner lot in Greendale Heights Subdivision. ■Ruth ■ Collins to Cheri E. Dearborn Trust land in City of Greendale. ■Arthur ■ L. Meyer Estate to Paula S. McIntosh land in Sparta Township. ■J■ & P Rollins, LLC to Alex J. Perfect lot in Colonial Acres Subdivision. ■William ■ E. Heil and Dorothy Jane Heil to Williams Retreat, LTD land in Logan Township. ■Goodman ■ Lostutter, Inc. to Michael Bender Properties, LLC land in Logan Township. ■Diane ■ C. and Michael A. Bender, LLC to Bender Rentals, LLC land in Logan Township. ■Della ■ Kay LeMasters and Virgil Warren to Rowdee Development, LLC land in York Township. ■Fannie ■ Mae, Federal National Mortgage Association to Sean S. Nguyen lot in Ann Gray Cobbs Subdivision. ■Michael ■ Terrill to Michael L. Terrill and Kyle A. Terrill land in Manchester Township. ■Theresa ■ R. Canfield Trustee and Ruth E. Fehling Trust to Curtis Rafferty and Karyn B. Rafferty land in Center Township. ■GNC ■ Rollins, LLC to Curtis Rafferty and Karyn B. Rafferty land in Center Township. ■Robert ■ T. Baker, Jr. to Lucille E. Sullivan and Earl D. Sullivan lot in Beckett Landing Subdivision. ■Nicholas ■ R. Bolton and Erin E. Smeeks to Nicholas R. Bolton and Erin E. Bolton lot in William Tates Subdivision. ■Daniel ■ L. Deamron and Amy R. Deamon to Larry Ray Chapman land in Washington Township. ■Federal ■ Home Loan Mortgage Corporation to Monica M. Auxier lot in Hidden Valley Lake Subdivision. ■Ron ■ Phillips to Sarah M. Duncan lot in Wheelers 1st Addition Subdivision. ■Ruth ■ M. Stegemiller and Gayle L. Stegemiller to Ruth M. Stegemiller, Frederick L. Stegemiller and Pamela R. Eichel lot in Forestview Subdivision. ■Robbie ■ O. Willingham and Tana N. Willingham to Arik Kashner and Myra J. Kashner lot in Park Place Estates Subdivision.
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TAYLOR, From Page 1A
The mayor told him “Doug Taylor would be gone. Just like everyone else heard,” said Seymour. Butler asked what he meant by that. “Well it was all anyone heard about for a while,” said Seymour, adding he did not recall the mayor using the word “fire.” He did hear the mayor say at least once that Taylor’s employment would end. Dilts had no questions for Seymour. The next witness was Tim Denning, who also said he had known Carr “all his life.” Denning said he did not hear the mayor say he was going to fire Taylor, but did recall him saying he was going to get rid of him. Meanwhile, Carr also talked with Denning about how “he felt three members were working against him,” and he asked Denning to “do something to help split them up.” One of those requests was to get evidence against councilwoman Jane Pope when she worked at the Lawrenceburg Community Center, said Denning. “And how would you get that?” asked Butler. “I know the director,” Denning replied. “That would be Mary Beth Hedrick?” Yes, said Denning. Denning said there were three conversations about getting rid of either Taylor, Pope or councilman Mike Lawrence. Why was Denning being asked for help, asked Butler. “I was asking for support in a business opportunity,” and approached the city for funding, said Denning. All conversations circled back around to “busting this group up,” and launching a criminal investigation on Pope to get her off council, said Denning. When he didn’t cooperate, the project was killed, he added. Dilts asked if Denning was a law enforcement officer, to which Denning replied “no.” “Did it strike you as odd that you were being asked to launch a criminal investigation to get someone kicked off council?” asked Dilts. “Of course it’s odd,” said Denning. Dilts didn’t have any other questions for Denning, but Butler asked why Carr would be asking him to get information. Because he has a relationship with the LCC director, and thought she would have information, said Denning.
Taylor was next to testify, stating he had been with LPD for 23 years, and did attend the meet-the-candidate night in April while on duty.
He had been at other events in the past while in uniform, from sporting events to other community functions, and was available for calls because he had a radio with an earpiece and his cell phone, said Taylor. “I never ran for city office before.” It was a busy time, with work being done on the Lawrenceburg police memorial, and planning for a trip to Washington, D.C., as part of National Police Week, he said. “I made a mistake. It’s been blown so far out of proportion it’s unreal,” said Taylor. He added it didn’t even occur to him he shouldn’t be at the event in uniform until the next night after city council’s April 18, 2011, meeting. Then city councilman Mario Todd met with him and chief Hunefeld after the meeting to tell him there had been a complaint about Taylor appearing at the candidate event in uniform. He’s attended hundreds of community events while in uniform from Main Street events to parades, he said. Was he paid for the two hours he attended the meeting? asked Butler. Yes, said Taylor. A week later, it was brought up officially during another meeting between Taylor, Hunefeld and then-assistant police chief Don Combs Jr. That meeting also covered the police memorial and upoming trip to Washington, said Taylor. He apologized and a note of a verbal reprimend was placed in his personnel file. Officers doing personal things while on duty, from attending a soccer game to stopping in for Thanksgiving dinner with family, is a common practice, said Taylor. Through Taylor’s testimony it was revealed then-Sgt. Mike Lanning, who is now assistant police chief, attended a meeting in Aurora while on duty as a Lawrenceburg officer in July 2011. Via questioning from Butler, Taylor said the deferred prosecution agreement means if he follows all the stipulations he will not have been convicted of a crime. Also admitted as evidence was a letter Taylor wrote to Dearborn County Prosecutor Aaron Negangard following the deferred prosecution agreement in March 2013 detailing allegations of misconduct by various council people, board of works members, the police chief and assistant chief. In a press release, Negangard called the allegations “vindictive,” and refused to launch an investigation into them. Negangard testified last month at an earlier part of Taylor’s termination hearing. During Taylor’s testimony this week and questions and withdrawal of the questions, there was disucssion over Negangard’s testimony. Butler asked about Negangard’s communication with special prosecutor Daniel Sigler, who had been brought in to handle the investigation and charges against Taylor. Butler asked his client if he thought
that if he blew the whistle on the chief and others before the deferred prosecution agreement, then the agreement would go away. “Yes,” said Taylor. Butler brought up Negangard and Sigler discussing Taylor’s case, but Dilts objected saying Butler was misstating the evidence and testimony. BOW attorney Leslie Votaw offered to read Negangard’s testimony from a transcript of the earlier hearing, but Butler withdrew his quesiton. Dilts, meanwhile, grilled Taylor on whether the letter alleging wrongdoing was coincidence or planned. “How can it be both planned and a coincidence?” asked Dilts. It was, said Taylor, adding the information came together at about the same time but he was waiting for the agreement to go through. BOW members then were allowed to ask questions of Taylor. BOW member and councilman Aaron Cook noted Taylor said “all the candidates” were at the meet-the-candidate night, however, he, Cook, was a candidate and did not attend it. Taylor said yes, he agreed. Other candidates also were not there, but a majority were. Cook also said he had always been for a public hearing on possibly terminating Taylor. And the allegations made against him in Taylor’s letter to the prosecutor were for Cook cashing checks as a member of the redevelopment commission. “I did some research and the supreme court, according to the Indiana Attorney General’s website, does not consider city council a ‘lucrative office.’ I want an apology,” said Cook. Butler quoted another state statute saying it is, but Cook replied with the supreme court’s opinion that he had just looked up on his cell phone. “And the state supreme court is the court of last resort,” noted Cook. Bill-Bill Bruner, also a BOW member and councilman, asked if he had been cordial to Taylor, and if they did not vote for some things when they were on council together. Taylor replied yes to both, but added most of the time he voted against Bruner. Two other questions burning for some Lawrenceburg residents were answered Tuesday night as well, although one was only partially answered even after heavy questioning. It was revealed Denning had filed the complaint against Taylor campaigning in uniform, and Taylor did not write the entire letter of allegations from March of this year. Taylor would not say how much he wrote, but did say other council people, Pope and Lawrence, had helped him collect some of the supporting documents.
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county, he said. Council members approved the additional budget funds for Renihan to serve as an independent contractor for the district.
Potties and privies
Board member Jim Redelk, Manchester, presented the budget for the county park board. He went through some of the line items where the board was requesting an increase. For example, an increase in janitorial supplies was requested in case council decided to move forward with installing a privy at Rullman Wildlife Refuge, Manchester, and add bathrooms to Bright Meadows Community Park, Bright, said Redelk. Council members went though the line items, cutting back on some of the requests. In a separate motion, council members approved the use of $61,500 to move forward with the privy and other improvements at Rullman and to move ahead with an engineering study for proposed improvements at Bright Meadows. Kraus asked the park board to look into a situation at Guilford Covered Bridge Park, Guilford. He is worried all the equipment at the park might be lost during the first flooding of the spring, due to its proximity to a creek. Redelk said the board would look into the situation. Meanwhile Redelk asked for council support, and received it, to move forward with a grant request to the Dearborn Community Foundation for $98,000 to replace the roof on the covered bridge and make several other improvements. Dearborn County Sheriff Mike Kreinhop presented the budgets for his department and the county jail. One of his additional requests, regarding part-time workers, was placed on hold for further discussion later in the hearings. There was also discussion about whether costs, such as meals, would go up once the expanded jail opens. Kreinhop said he looks for it to go up over time. Morris stressed she is in favor of the jail expansion due to current overcrowding issues. She doesn’t think the additional number of beds need to be filled up next year. The jail could receive more prisoners from the state if legislation passes to change the state code. But such efforts have failed twice before, said Kreinhop. A new gas pump is proposed in the budget that would keep track the amount of gas used by each department, he said. Council also heard a request for funding from Craig Beckley, director of Heart House Homeless Shelter, Aurora. He requested the county provide $10,000 for the shelter in the 2014 budget. Last year the shelter received $5,000. “We are in a crunch,” said Beckley. The homeless shelter is the largest in the state south of Indianapolis. They serve men, women and families. They are a 72-bed shelter, he said. Like many other nonprofit organizations, funding for the shelter is shrinking. Most of the shelter’s funding comes through donations, he said. Council members, however, in an effort to maintain the 2014 budget numbers to those from 2013, approved a $5,000 donation. That is probably all the county council is going to be able to do, said Kraus.
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RENSSELAER, Ind. - Valparaiso Univerity's Crusaders didn't have much to write home about in their seasonopening 69-10 loss at the University of North Dakota Thursday, Aug. 29. But true freshman placekicker Jake Newman of Lawrenceburg saw his first collegiate action, kicking the Crusaders' lone extra point following a 41-yard touchdown pass to Fred Gladney from QB Ben Lehman with 2:06 remaining in the third quarter. Sophomore Josh Young got Valparaiso on the scoreboard for the first time with his 36yard field goal at the 11:51 mark in the third period. Newman assumed a bigger role in Saturday's 34-31 loss at NCAA Division II rival St. Joseph's College, kicking two XPs and his first collegiate field goal, a 37-yarder that got the score within 18-16 in the third quarter. He also kicked off three times, with one touchback.
ST. LEON – “Encouraging” was the word for the host Trojans in Tuesday's 10team East Central Invitational cross country meet. Coach Steve Cotherman's EC harriers were the runnerup team behind a Boys and Girls Division I championship sweep by EIAC title contender Connersville, registering a combined five top10 finishers. The start of Tuesday's meet was postponed 45 minutes, successfully dodging the 90-plus degree heat at its scheduled 5:30 p.m. gun when a well-time cool front passed through. South Dearborn, running essentially a reserve lineup without senior ace Joe Rector, still managed to pull third place in the Boys Division I 5K (3.1-mile) event, behind the top two teams, 2233-110. Rector and the SD varsity were rested after a strong second-place finish in Saturday's Artesian Classic at Martinsville. East Central girls, led by sophomore Megan Hay's eighth individual finish (23:02.7), trailed the Spartans 21-64. SD's Lady Knights, with senior Crystal Nichols fifth (22:00.5) and Brittney Merida 10th (24:03.3), came in fourth at 92. Connersville senior Matt Hill outran the D-I competition, winning in a time of 17:11.1. Spartan sophomore Toby Musselman, second overall as all five teammates dominated the top 10, clocked 18:04.8. East Central boys gave
Connersville senior Matt Hill won Tuesday's East Central Invitational Boys Division I race in 17:11.1.
Connersville junior Sarah Repp won the East Central Invitational Girls Division II title in a time of 20:57.4.
the winners a run for their money, with senior Jordan Brown (18:51.0) third individually, with junior Shay Roepke fourth (18:56.1), junior Sean Gish seventh (19:31.9), senior Alex Noble ninth (19:53.3) and senior Ross Henderson 10th (2:02.9). Coach Jeremy Baney's young South Dearborn boys were led by freshman Brett Hoog, 13th overall in a time of 20:22.1. Freshman Chris Weissmann was 21st, sophomore Dain Beemer 22nd, frosh Thomas Blair 26th and frosh Matthew Bruner
28th. Girls Division I saw Connersville land all five runners among the top nine finishers, led by overall champion Sarah Repp, a junior, in a time of 20:57.4. Following EC's Hay to the finish chute were Alexis Schoenefeld (12th), Andie Shugar (13th), Alexis Floyd (14th) and Jenna Wernke (17th). Batesville matched its top conference rival Spartans with a Boys-Girls Division II sweep Tuesday. Bulldog girls put all seven varsity runners in the top nine for a near-
South Ripley senior Austin Allen won the East Central Invitational Boys Division II cross country title in 17:59.5.
Greensburg sophomore Shelby Pake won the East Central CC Invitational Girls Division II race Tuesday in 20:44.2.
perfect score of 20. But it was Greensburg sophomore Shelby Pake taking the individual D-II title in 20:44.2, ahead of Batesville runner-up Sarah Poltrack (21:30.5), a freshman. South Ripley senior Austin Allen was the top runner in Boys Division II, timing 17:59.5. But Batesville put four runners in the top five spots, led by junior Cole Nuhring's runner-up 18:19.9 effort, to win the four-team division, 25-53 over the Raiders. Combined boys results
showed Batesville edging out Connersville for the theoretical title, 39-54, with East Central fourth (86) and South Dearborn seventh (214). Connersville remained the figurative girls combined winner, 38-43 over Batesville, with EC girls fifth (130) and South Dearborn seventh (161). Batesville's Trent Barnett won the 28-runner EC Invitational Boys Reserve race (19:15.4), while Connersville sophomore Storm Farley (24:59.2) topped the 15-runner Girls Reserve field.
FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL PREVIEWS Can EC rebound in league? Pirates’ option a challenge SD, Spartans both hungry EAST CENTRAL AT FRANKLIN COUNTY KICKOFF: 7 p.m. Friday at Grider Field, Brookville. RECORDS: East Central 0-3 (0-0 Eastern Ind. Athletic Conf.), Franklin County (2-1, 1-0 EIAC). LAST MEETING: EC romped 42-14 last Sept. 7 at Trojan Field. Trojans lead the 15-year series, 16-2, including playoff games. TEAM HIGHLIGHTS: East Central – Trojan football has made a living out of dominating the Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference, winning 21 titles since the consolidation opened in 1973 – including nine of the last 10 outright. The question on everyone's mind right now, in light of EC's first 0-3 start since 2002 this season – including back-to-back home drubbings by Ohio rivals Harrison (34-6) and Cincinnati LaSalle (56-14 last week) – is simple. In light of all its inexperience, injuries and general struggles, can
Justin Roden's crew right the ship and make noise in the EIAC? Season-opening loss to league 3A division member Rushville (3-0) was a bad sign. But it didn't count in EC's 4A division standings. Friday's Franklin County game will, along with backto-back home 4A division matchups with South Dearborn and Connersville (Sept. 27, Oct. 4). Both are 0-3. So Friday's contest essentially could well be a one-game playoff for the EIAC's 4A division crown. Which East Central team will show up? Franklin County – Wildcats already have an EIAC 4A division win under their belt, having won both their Aug. 30 opener at Connersville (25-22) – and, according to witnesses, the postgame scuffle, as well. Typically hard-pounding FC crew, 6-6 last year, won the “B-bracket” in the 4A sectional, advancing to the title game to
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LAWRENCEBURG AT GREENSBURG KICKOFF: 7 p.m. Friday at Shriver Field. RECORDS: Lawrenceburg 2-1 (0-0 Eastern Ind. Athletic Conf.), Greensburg 2-1 (0-0 EIAC). LAST YEAR: Tigers gave up lots of yardage, but held on for a 21-20 win at Neary Memorial Field. Pirates lead the 15-year series 9-6. TEAM HIGHLIGHTS: Lawrenceburg – It's nearly been a new passing record per week so far this season for junior quarterback Sam Fette. The latest to fall, in last week's wild 39-38 comeback win at Milan, was Robbie Blackwell's 1996 singlegame record for touchdown passes (five). Fette trumped it with six, including three in the final eight minutes, rallying the Tigers from a 38-20 hole to win go in front for the first time with 24 seconds left. He finished with 241 yards (12-28) and no interceptions, remarkable consid-
ering nearly all came in full catchup mode. Konner (K.J.) Jackson’s big game (134 yards receiving, 122 rushing) was nearly overshadowed by all the excitement. Jordan Kauffman caught three TDs and Alex Wilder two. Nice, but all may not have been necessary if the defense hadn’t coughed up 334 rush yards (60 attempts) and six TDs to Milan’s midline option game. Tigers also fumbled three times, losing two. Special teams recovered two onside kicks, only one of which was intentional, and scored the game-winner on a clutch extra-point by freshman kicker Parker Hahn. Greensburg – Pirates went 10-3 last year and won their first-ever Class 3A sectional title, 27-19 over Indian Creek. Got creamed by state champion Indy Chatard 49-9 in regional. Graduated 20 seniors, but they’ve done fairly well so far, beating Jennings
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CONNERSVILLE AT SOUTH DEARBORN KICKOFF: 7 p.m. Friday at Knights Stadium, Wilmington (Homecoming). RECORDS: South Dearborn 0-3 (0-0 Eastern Ind. Athletic Conf), Connersville 0-0 (0-1 EIAC). LAST YEAR: Given plenty of second chances to SD turnovers and penalties, Spartans eked out a 21-10 Saturday afternoon win at Connersville in a game postponed by lightning Friday night. SD leads the 15-year series 9-2. TEAM HIGHLIGHTS: South Dearborn– Knights, owe Connersville double, for two of their 10 losses in last year’s 0-10 season. After dropping a winnable regular season game 21-10 on Sept. 8, SD let slip a very similar 21-13 contest in first-round of Class 4A sectional play. Offense was pretty much a no-show in last week’s 52-7 loss to EIAC contender Batesville. Went
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nowhere the entire first half, falling behind 31-0. Finally got on the board with 2:01 left on Blake Kirkey’s 32yard TD pass to K.J. Probst. Netted 62 rush yards and 91 passing for 153 total offense, with three turnovers. Defense was dazed and confused by Bulldog’s Wing-T “spinner” attack, allosing 243 rush yards and 183 passing. Small silver lining came on SD’s ultra-rare zero penalties for zero negative yards. Strength of schedule hasn’t helped, with SD’s three opponents so far a combined 7-2. Connersville– Spartans hailed last year’s 7-4 finish, their first winning slate since 1992, as a turnaround year under new coach Adam Kelly, a ’96 CHS grad. But this year’s 0-3 start (with losses to Richmond 23-7, Franklin County 25-22 and Greensburg 28-20) has muted that kind of talk. Last week’s loss to EIAC 3A division
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FRIDAY'S PROBABLE STARTERS
■■C-51-Jarrod Schwenk 5-11 250 So. ■■G-66-Nate Knueven 6-2 210 Sr. ■■G-72-John Horstman 6-0 211 Sr. ■■T-54-Blake Ashcraft 6-2 225 Sr. ■■T-77-Derek Cooper 6-1 312 Jr. ■■TE-3-Colton Hoog 6-1 180 Jr. ■■or-44-Nick Dressman 6-2 205 Sr. ■■X-14-Hunter Kammer 6-2 152 Jr. ■■Z-21-Zach Knueven 5-7 148 Sr. ■■QB-12-Brandon Koch 6-2 178 Jr. ■■FB-82-Brendon Fisbeck 5-9 225 Sr. ■■ TB-22-Andrew Keilholz 5-8 151 Jr.
■■C-69-Josh Siedling 5-10 275 Sr. ■■G-62-Ben Robben 6-0 265 Jr. ■■G-72-Blake Miller 5-8 220 Sr. ■■T-66-Zach Bischoff 6-0 265 Sr. ■■T-70-Alec Stalford 5-9 220 Sr. ■■TE-80-Will Wendel 6-0 200 Sr. ■■SE-2-Jesse Cox 6-0 195 Sr. ■■FL-85-Jacob Gray 5-11 165 Jr. ■■QB-18-Kohl Holmes 6-3 180 Jr. ■■RB-25-Chase Halloran 5-8 215 Sr. ■■RB-48-Layne Harnishfeger 6-1 210 Sr.
■■C-51-Jesse Hennies 6-4 205 Sr. ■■G-64-Matt Kirk 6-2 260 Sr. ■■G-76-Ronnie Botkins 5-11 205 Jr. ■■T-74-Alex Orndorff 6-7 285 Sr. ■■T-90-L.J. McCarty 6-6 285 Sr. ■■SE-1-Alex Wilder 6-3 175 Sr. ■■SE-5-Riley Lansing 5-9 160 Sr. ■■WR-2-Jordan Kauffman 5-11 135 Jr. ■■WR-20-Mitch Martin 5-5 120 Jr. ■■QB-13-Sam Fette 6-0 170 Jr. ■■RB-11-Konnor Jackson 5-8 160 Jr.
OFFENSE Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.
OFFENSE Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.
DEFENSE Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.
DEFENSE Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr..
■■DE-86-Jared Bennett 5-10 200 Sr. ■■DT-54-Tyler Selm 6-3 285 Fr. ■■NT-57-Tim Dunn 5-10 202 Jr. ■■DT-50-T.J. Hamer 5-11 202 Sr. ■■DT-72-Blake Miller 5-8 220 Sr. ■■DT-59-Kyle Schuh 6-2 198 Sr. ■■DE-80-Will Wendel 6-0 200 Sr. ■■ILB-38-Lucas Frick 5-8 170 Jr. ■■ILB-48-Layne Harnishfeger 6-1 210 Sr. ■■ILB-2-Sid Fox 6-1 176 Fr. ■■ OLB-44-Nick Dressman 6-2 205 Sr. ■■ILB-25-Chase Halloran 5-8 215 ■■OLB-43-Hunter Armstrong 6-2 Sr. ■■OLB-60-Shane Schottelkotte 185 So. 6-0 190 Sr. ■■BC-10-Jeff Case 5-10 171 Sr. ■■FC-21-Zach Knueven 5-7 148 Sr. ■■OLB-81-Adam Putnick 6-1 180 ■■SS-9-Luke Patton 5-11 164 So. Sr. ■■CB-21-Tyler Owens 6-0 165 Sr. ■■FS-5-Justin Stone 6-2 185 Jr. ■■CB-85-Jacob Gray 5-11 165 Jr. SPECIALISTS ■■FS-2-Jesse Cox 6-0 195 Sr. Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr. SPECIALISTS ■■KO-91-Joe Brush 6-2 160 So. ■■K-1-Brett Mahoney 5-9 139 Sr. Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr. ■■P-17-Ryan Lamping 5-11 159 ■■K-12-Heath Bauman 5-10 215 Sr. Sr. ■■LS-49-Nick DeZarn 6-1 185 Sr. ■■P-21-Tyler Owens 6-0 165 Sr. ■■KH-17-Ryan Lamping 5-11 159 ■■LS-48-Layne Harnishfeger 6-1 Sr. 210 Sr. ■■KR/PR-5-Justin Stone 6-2 185 ■■KR/PR-21-Tyler Owens 6-0 Jr. 165 Sr. ■■and-22-Andrew Keilholz 5-8 ■■and-85-Jacob Gray 5-11 165 152 Jr. Jr. COACH - Justin Roden (1st year) COACH – Shane Wellman (2nd year)
OFFENSE Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.
DEFENSE Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.
OFFENSE Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.
■■C-66-Drew Robbins 5-10 235 Sr. ■■G-58-Jacob Kelso 5-10 260 Sr. ■■G-70-Brad Wilson 6-4 265 Sr. ■■T-63-Matt Scheumann 5-9 240 Sr. ■■T-79-Nathan Hayes 6-3 280 Jr. ■■TE-7-Mason Garwood 6-2 205 Jr. ■■TE-33-Colten Black 6-3 190 Sr. ■■QB-10-Andy Meadows 5-11 190 Sr. ■■FB-22-Trent Black 5-9 175 Jr. ■■HB-2-Blake Wood 5-10 155 Sr. ■■HB-14-Devin Workman 6-1 160 Sr.
DEFENSE ■■DE-42-Jamie Struble 6-0 155 Jr. Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr. ■■ DE-51-Jesse Hennies 6-4 205 Sr. ■■DT-76-Ronnie Botkins 5-11 205 Jr. ■■DT-99-Dylan Buckingham 6-2 255 Jr. ■■ MLB-7-Brad Kohlmeier 5-7 165 Sr. ■■SLB-65-Lane Vest 5-9 165 Sr. ■■OLB-5-Riley Lansing 5-9 160 Sr. ■■OLB-8-Blake Abdon 5-8 155 Fr. ■■CB-11-Konnor Jackson 5-8 160 Jr. ■■CB-38-Nico Jessee 5-9 145 Sr. ■■S-20-Mitch Martin 5-5 120 Jr.
SPECIALISTS Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.
■■K-94-Jonathan Farmer 6-0 235 So. ■■P-80-Troy Tuberville 6-3 185 Jr. ■■LS-42-Jamie Struble 6-0 155 Jr. ■■KH-5-Riley Lansing 5-9 160 Sr. ■■KR/PR-11-Konnor Jackson 5-8 160 Jr. ■■and-24-Zach Steuer 5-10 185 Jr. COACH: Ryan Knigga (3rd year)
■■NG-63-Matt Scheumann 5-9 240 Sr. ■■DT-70-Brad Wilson 6-4 265 Sr. ■■DE-55-A.J. Nobbe 6-4 235 Jr. ■■DE-62-Damian Rigby 5-7 185 Jr. ■■LB-33-Colten Black 6-3 190 Sr. ■■LB-58-Jacob Kelso 5-10 260 Sr. ■■LB-20-Spencer Burkett 5-10 185 So. ■■SS-22-Trent Black 5-9 175 Jr. ■■CB-4-Dillian Able 5-8 140 Jr. ■■CB-8-Drew Foster 6-1 165 So. ■■WS-2-Blake Wood 5-10 155 Sr.
SPECIALISTS Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.
■■K/P-5-Collin Rigney 6-1 160 Sr. ■■KH-10-Andy Meadows 5-11 190 Sr. ■■KR/PR-5-Devin Ruble 5-8 150 So. ■■and-22-Trent Black 5-9 175 Jr. COACH – Shane Wellman (2nd year)
South Dearborn Connersville OFFENSE Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.
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DEFENSE Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.
DEFENSE Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.
■■C-77-Vince Bugni 5-11 185 Jr. ■■G-56-Justin Conway 5-9 254 Sr. ■■G-70-Kean Espedilla 5-9 180 Sr. ■■T-51-Dalton Cisco 6-2 197 Sr. ■■T-99-Zach Turner 6-1 200 Jr. ■■X-22-Coleman Yauch 5-11 150 Jr. ■■Y-2-Blake Kirkey 6-4 210 Jr. ■■Z-6-K.J. Probst 5-9 150 Jr. ■■H-24-Ben Waldon 5-9 157 Jr. ■■QB-7-Josh Anglin 5-11 166 Jr. ■■FB-20-Josh Proctor 5-8 190 Sr.
■■C-67-Austin Bailey 6-0 255 Jr. ■■G-58-Jacob Peyton 5-10 205 Jr. ■■G-76-Jeremy Morgan 6-1 230 Jr. ■■T-74-David Plont 6-2 200 Sr. ■■75-Devin Hall 6-3 260 So. ■■TE-88-Nick Ramey 6-0 210 Jr. ■■WR-2-Micah Kelley 6-1 180 Jr. ■■ or-4-Drew Barricklow 5-10 143 Jr. ■■SB-5-Brandon Hobbs 5-9 180 Sr. ■■QB-8-Tyler Kendall 5-10 165 Jr. ■■FB-7-Dylan Shirkey 5-7 190 Jr. ■■TB-22-Colton Gonzalez 5-10 170 Jr.
■■NG-78-Dylon Neff 6-3 210 So. ■■DT-74-Austin Lane 6-2 193 Jr. ■■DT-80-Kenny Carpenter 6-1 185 So. ■■MLB-10-Caleb Rudisell 5-10 180 So. ■■SLB-46-Chad Terrell 6-0 170 Jr. ■■WLB-45-Travis Patton 5-8 155 Fr. ■■OLB-54-Daylon Lane 5-11 165 Sr. ■■OLB-37-Matt Disbro 5-10 190 So. ■■CB-17-Nathan Boggs 5-4 130 So. ■■ CB-30-Mac Espedilla 5-8 145 So. ■■FS-36-James Dreyer 5-9 140 Sr.
■■DT-73-Jon Spurlock 6-3 255 So. ■■ DT-76-Jeremy Morgan 6-1 230 Jr. ■■DE-38-Andrew Stamm 6-2 185 So. ■■DE-51-Mitchell Jordan 6-0 220 Jr. ■■ILB-22-Colton Gonzalez 5-10 170 Jr. ■■ILB-62-Steve DeGroat 5-9 200 Sr. ■■OLB-7-Dylan Shirkey 5-7 190 Jr. ■■OLB-15-Caleb Day 5-7 175 Sr. ■■CB-2-Micah Kelley 6-1 180 Jr. ■■CB-6-Marvaughn Johnson 5-9 165 Sr. ■■FS-28-Javaun Upchurch 5-6 150 Jr.
SPECIALISTS Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.
■■K/P-4-Tanner Anderson 5-10 150 Jr. ■■LS-51-Dalton Cisco 6-2 197 Sr. ■■KH-2-Blake Kirkey 6-4 210 Jr. ■■KR/PR-6-K.J. Probst 5-9 150 Jr. ■■and-24-Ben Waldon 5-9 157 Jr. COACH: Chris Nobbe (1st year)
EC boys soccer comes out firing Staff Report HARRISON, Ohio – Looking to bounce back from Saturday's 2-1 loss to Covington (Ky.) Catholic, East Central boys soccer was determined heading into Tuesday night's I-74 Border Rivalry matchup at Harrison. Coach B.J. Black's Trojans, now 5-3-0, peppered the Wildcats' goal with shots in an energetic early flurry of action. But nothing would fall. Finally, at the 27:40 mark in the first half, senior Dillon Bergman centered a pass to classmate Sam Burns, who put away the shot for his
team and county-leading 10th goal of the season. That proved to be the only goal of the night, as East Central held on for the 1-0 victory. Junior David Jutzi, replacing injured senior Jacob Zengerling at the keeper spot, recorded his first varsity win and shutout, picking up four saves. EC defense held out through what proved to be a typically physical match, helped by an attacking offense that notched a 22-8 shots on goal advantage. Two East Central players went down with injuries as the action became increas-
ingly intense in the final 40 minutes. Defender Britton Wess, a senior, sustained an ankle injury. Freshman midfielder Mason Volker left the game after taking a shot at ankle-level, but appeared to be OK afterward. “Our boys played hard and with a lot of passion tonight,” said Coach Black. “Our three losses have come against some of the better teams in the state (No. 1 Columbus North, Floyd Central, CovCath). I think we have learned from those games.” EC takes on EIAC rival Lawrenceburg at home Saturday. It's expected to be an
emotional day, with a ceremony retiring the No. 17 jersey of Jacob Amberger scheduled for after the varsity match. Earlier, Bergman scored the Trojans' lone goal, assisted by sophomore Joe Brush, in Saturday's 2-1 home loss to Covington Catholic (3-31). Both teams' goals came in the second half. EC managed just seven shots on goal, with Zengerling carding seven saves.
SPECIALISTS Pos.-No.-Player Ht. Wt. Yr.
■■K-80-Jack Reed 5-10 175 Jr. ■■P-19-Jake Hackleman 5-9 150 Sr. ■■LS-15-Caleb Day 5-7 175 Sr. ■■KR-PR-22-Colton Gonzalez 5-10 170 Jr. COACH – Adam Kelly (2nd year)
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H.S. Boys Soccer ■■Lawrenceburg at East Central (St. Leon) (Varsity & Reserve), 10 a.m. & 12 p.m. H.S. Girls Soccer ■■East Central at Lawrenceburg (Varsity & Reserve), 10 a.m & 12 p.m. H.S. Cross Country ■■East Central at Brown County Eagle Classic (Nashville) (Boys & Girls Varsity & Reserve), 9:30 a.m. ■■Lawrenceburg at Jac-CenDel Invitational (Osgood) (Boys & Girls Varsity), 5 p.m. ■■South Dearborn at Randolph Southern Invitational (Lynn) (Boys & Girls Varsity & Reserve), 12 p.m. H.S. Boys Tennis ■■South Dearborn at Rushville Invitational (Varsity & Reserve), 9 a.m. H.S. Football ■■Greensburg at Lawrenceburg (Freshman), 10 a.m. ■■Greensburg at Lawrenceburg (Reserve), 12 p.m. Auto Racing ■■Lawrenceburg Speedway – Night of Champions (Final
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New DNR chief brings guarded hope INDIANAPOLIS - Even more unceremoniously than when he assumed the office, Rob Carter left the Indiana Department of Natural Resources director position in May. For some of us, his departure is the first bit of hope for the outdoor sports in DON years. MULLIGAN Carter was only in charge for a few years, but left devastation in his wake. His administration is responsible for alienating every outdoor group in Indiana and reducing deer to the level of vermin - whose only value rested on how much money they could make the state. Under Carter, outdoor sportsmen and women found themselves on the opposite side of the battlefield from the DNR time after time. Instead of standing together to fight the anti-hunting and anti-conservation crazies, we frequently found ourselves at odds. One of the great things about our democratic system, however, is that governors and their directors eventually leave. This gives another administration a chance to implement its vision for the future - and sometimes right the ship. When Carter left, Gov. Mike Pence appointed Cameron Clark to serve as the new director. Clark most recently served as DNR’s chief legal counsel, a role he held since 2011 under Carter’s directorship. Little has been said publically about Clark’s vision for the future of the DNR, or whether he even hunts, fishes or traps. But he is a new director, and that alone should give us reason to hope for better. “My hope is to continue to increase the recreational opportunities available to Indiana citizens, particularly our children, while at the same time holding fast to our strong
conservation ethic,” Clark said. Let’s all hope Clark is referring to previous administration’s conservation ethics, since, so far, the Pence administration has none. In the few months since Pence has been in office, Indiana has defied plans accepted by every other Great Lakes state to stop the invasion of Asian carp into the Great Lakes. The state is also under fire for refusing to make BP comply with environmental rules as they pertain to dumping in Lake Michigan. Perhaps Clark is referring to the conservation ethics practiced by groups like the Indiana Wildlife Federation or the Indiana Bowhunters Association. If so, the future is bright for hunters and conservationists indeed. In case he is looking for some low-hanging fruit to pick and get off to a good start, here are a few items on most outdoorsmen and women’s wish list: • Revisit the closure of the Port of Indiana to recreational fishermen, and this time advocate for the people you represent: sportmen and women. We lost access after the 9-11 bombing, despite the port being built into our mutually-owned Great Lake, with no history of incidents. It is easily the best, most predictable sport fishing area in the Indiana waters of Lake Michigan, and can only be adequately fished by boat. • Fix deer season. Listen to the majority and undo the endless gun seasons the Carter administration forced upon the protesting masses just to make a couple extra dollars. • While he is fixing deer seasons, Clark could update the fee schedule. Non-resident hunters pay less in Indiana than most other states to hunt deer. If we tripled the nonresident fee, it would be a win for everyone. Studies show increasing the nonresident tag fee does not translate into lower license revenue. Non-
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A trail camera shot of an Indiana buck in velvet. Hunters wait to see if the new IDNR director will reverse the course taken by the last administration in regard to deer hunting regulations. residents grumble, but they pay it. If a few don’t come here to hunt because of the fee, others make up the difference with the higher tag price. This makes Indiana hunters happy, since it means fewer nonresidents to with whom to compete. Making us happy should be important, since we not only hunt here, we vote here. This is a bigger deal every year as leasing becomes a permanent part of the sport. Outdoor writers around the country keep talking about Indi-
ana as “the next big sleeper state for a record book buck.” Director Clark likely has a lot to focus on in the first several months of his administration, and not all of it has to do with hunting and fishing. When he gets around to us, let's hope we are at least listened to this time around. Visit Don Mulligan's web site at www.outdoorswithdon.com.
“Helping parents participate from the sidelines” The fall athletic schedule is in full swing. How is your season going? What challenges are you and your team facing? Legendary football coach Vince Lombardi once said: “Winning is not everything-but making the effort to win is.” Are you putting forth your best effort or just givBILLY ing the minimum? Your outcome is never SHEPHERD a guarantee, and you will never know what you can accomplish unless you give it your best shot every single day. *** The start of a new school year is always full of challenges for student-athletes. But one challenge remains constant, and that is how to balance academics and sports. Your first responsibility always starts in the classroom. Be sure to take care of your academic obligations. Establish good study habits, use your time wisely, and don't fall behind on your assignments. If you are playing a fall sport, take the same approach toward your coach and teammates. Be attentive, work hard and prepare every day so you are ready to perform when you get your chance to participate. Getting off to a good start in the classroom should make you feel good about yourself. And it should help provide you with the proper motivation to be a positive contributor to your school for the entire year.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 Connersville at SOUTH DEARBORN (Knights Stadium, Aurora) (Homecoming), 7 p.m. * EAST CENTRAL at Franklin County (Grider Field, Brookville), 7 p.m. * LAWRENCEBURG at Greensburg (Shriver Field), 7 p.m. * Rushville at Batesville * * - Eastern Ind. Athletic Conf. games Class 4A – Sectional 23: COLUMBUS EAST at Jennings Co. Jeffersonville at MADISON Mooresville at GREENWOOD SHELBYVILLE at Pendleton Hts. Class 3A – Sectional 30: HAMILTON HEIGHTS at Lewis Cass Indpls. Howe at GUERIN CATHOLIC Indpls. Northwest at INDPLS. MARSHALL Providence at INDIAN CREEK Class 2A – Sectional 39: Corydon Central at CLARKSVILLE CRAWFORD CO. at Forest Park Eastern Hancock at MILAN EASTERN (PEKIN) at Silver Creek Indpls. Lutheran at INDPLS. MANUAL Monrovia at TRITON CENTRAL PAOLI at Perry Central EASTERN INDIANA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 2013 Varsity Standings (Through September 6) 4A DIVISION School W-L Conf. Pts. PA Franklin Co. 2-1 1-0 105 60 East Central 0-3 0-0 75 117 Connersville 0-3 0-1 49 76 So.Dearborn 0-3 0-0 30 152 3A DIVISION School W-L Conf. Pts. PA Batesville 3-0 0-0 122 27 Rushville 3-0 0-0 80 52 Greensburg 2-1 0-0 88 71 Lawrenceburg 2-1 0-0 102 79 Tigers 39, Indians 38 Friday, September 6 At Milan Lawrenceburg 8 0 12 19 – 39 Milan 14 8 8 8 – 38
Scoring: M – 1Q – 6:14 – Gavin Detraz 4-yard run, Detraz 2-point run (M 8-0) LB – 1Q – 3:36 – Sam Fette to Alex Wilder 23-yard pass, Jake Thayer 2-point run (8-8) M – 1Q – 0:15 – Michael Thompson 3-yard run, kick failed (M 14-8) M – 2Q – 4:22 – Jon Spurlock 11-yard runn, Brandon Beard 2-point run (M 22-8) LB – 3Q – 10:24 – Fette to Jordan Kauffman 22-yard pass, kick failed (M 22-13) LB – 3Q – 9:03 – Fette to Wilder 22-yard pass, run failed (M 22-20) M – 3Q – 0:04 – Detraz 12yard run, Beard 2-point run (M 30-20) M – 4Q – 8:23 – Detraz 9-yard run, Beard 2-point run (M 38-20) LB – 4Q – 8:00 – Fette to Konner Jackson 65-yard pass, pass failed (M 38-26) LB – 4Q – 4:47 – Fette to Kauffman 4-yard pass, kick failed (M 38-32) LB – 4Q – 0:24 – Fette to Kauffman 19-yard pass, Parker Hahn kick (LB 39-38) Team statistics: LB MIL First Downs 17 26 Rushing Att./Yards 26/129 60/334 Passing Yards 241 64 Pass Compl./Att./Int. 12/28/0 6/11/1 Total Offense 370 398 Offensive Plays 54 66 Punts/Average 4/22.8 2/30.0 Fumbles/Lost 3/2 2/2 Penalties/Yards 9/75 6/70 Possession Time 22:03 13:57 Individual statistics: RUSHING – LB: Jackson 19 att./122 yards, Fette 3/4, Abdon 1/0, Martin 1/2. PASSING – LB: Fette 12 compl./28 att./241 yards/6 TD/0 Int. MIL: Detraz 6/11/64 yards/0 TD/1 Int. RECEIVING – LB: Jackson 4 rec./134 yards/TD, Kauffman 5/54/3 TD, Wilder 2/46/2 TD, Martin 1/7. KICK SCORING – LB: Farmer 0 XPM/2 XPA, Hahn 1/1. MIL: Layden 0/3. PUNTING – LB: Tuberville 4 att./91 yards/22.8 avg. Lancers 56, Trojans 14 Friday, September 6
At Trojan Field, St. Leon LaSalle 21 21 7 7 – 56 East Central 0 0 7 7 – 14 Scoring: LS – 1Q – 6:50 – Kevin Ferguson 41-yard punt return, Jason Rumke kick (LS 7-0) LS – 1Q – 3:47 – Hayden Jester 10-yard run, Rumke kick (LS 14-0) LS – 1Q – 0:01 – Drue Christman to Ferguson 47-yard pass, Rumke kick (LS 21-0) LS – 2Q – 5:39 – Morgan Wilcox 15-yard run, Rumke kick (LS 28-0) LS – 2Q – 3:28 – Chrisman to Ferguson 35-yard pass, Rumke kick (LS 35-0) LS – 2Q – 0:11 – Nick Watson 2-yard run, Rumke kick (LS 42-0) EC – 3Q – 6:23 – Brandon Koch to Colton Hoog 31-yard pass, Brett Mahoney kick (LS 42-7) LS – 3Q – 4:04 – Chrisman to Danny Jenkins 10-yard pass, Rumke kick (LS 49-7) LS – 4Q – 6:50 – Chris Tankersley 10-yard run, J.T. Hood kick (LS 56-7) EC – 4Q – 0:15 – Koch to Justin Stone 21-yard pass, Mahoney kick (LS 56-14) Team statistics: EC LS First Downs 13 19 Rushing Att./Yards 32/59 33/219 Passing Yards 136 218 Pass Compl./Att./Int. 11/27/1 15/22/2 Total Offense 195 437 Offensive Plays 59 55 Punt Returns/Yds. 0/0 5/96 Kickoff Returns/Yds. 8/134 3/21 Interception Ret./Yds 2/22 1/3 Punts/Average 6/38.0 1/23.0 Fumbles/Lost 1/0 0/0 Penalties/Yards 7/41 6/73 Sacks By/Yards 1/14 3/20 Individual statistics: RUSHING – EC: Keilholz 23
att./61 yards, Koch 9/-2. LS: Brock 9/86, Boardman 2/31, Wilcox 2/27, Rumke 2/19, Greene 1/19, Watson 3/13, Tankersley 2/11/TD, Jester 1/10/TD, Larkin 7/8, Moore 1/6, Ferguson 1/3. PASSING – EC: Koch 11 compl./27 att./136 yards/2 TD/Int. LS: Chrisman 13/19/207 yards/3 TD/Int., Watson 2/3/11 yards/Int. RECEIVING – EC: Stone 2 rec./35 yards/TD, Kammer 4/31, Hoog 1/31/TD, Keilholz 3/24, Moser 1/15. LS: Ferguson 6/137/2 TD, Jenkins 3/41/ TD, Kief 3/19, Fuller 1/10, Chrisman 1/8, Hood 1/3. INTERCEPTION RETURNS – EC: Zach Knueven 2 ret./22 yards. LS: Mathes 1/3. PUNT RETURNS – LS: Ferguson 3 ret./79 yards/TD, Bouldin 2/17. KICK RETURNS – EC: Knueven 5 ret./92 yards, Keilholz 2/30. LS: Bouldin 1/15, Larkin 1/6. PUNTING – EC: Lamping 5 att./209 yards/41.8 avg./long 50/1 inside 20. LS: Jenkins 1/23/23.0. KICK SCORING – LB: Farmer 0 XPM/2 XPA, Hahn 1/1. MIL: Layden 0/3. PUNTING – LB: Tuberville 4 att./91 yards/22.8 avg. SACKS – EC: Fox 1/14. LS: Thompson 1/8, Goodwin 1/7, Powers 1/5. DEFENSE – EC: Dressman 5 solo tackles/2 assists, Armstrong 4/2, Frick 4/1, Z. Knueven 3/0, Dunn 3/0, Fox 2/3/sack/2 tackles for loss, Lamping 2/1, Case 2/1, Rosemeyer 2/0, Hamer 2/0, Keilholz 1/1, Fisbeck 1/1, Kammer 1/0, Ashcraft 1/0, Williamson 0/2, Schuh 0/1, Patton 0/1, Martini 0/1, DeZarn 0/1. Bulldogs 52, Knights 7 Friday, September 6 At Knights Stadium, Aurora
Batesville 14 17 7 14 – 52 South Dearborn 0 0 0 7 – 7 Scoring: BV – 1Q – 9:48 - Connor Schuck to Ben Wilson 17-yard pass, Peter Heil kick (BV 7-0) BV – 1Q – 4:38 – Schuck to Connor Dickey 11-yard pass, Heil kick (BV 14-0) BV – 2Q – 9:22 – Boston Gowan 6-yard run, Heil kick (BV 21-0) BV – 2Q – 6:28 – Schuck to Ben Wilson 54-yard pass, Heil kick (BV 28-0) BV – 2Q – 2:08 – Heil 24-yard field goal (BV 31-0) BV – 3Q – 3:01 – Clayton McKinley 1-yard run, Heil kick (BV 38-0) BV – 4Q – 7:40 – Taylor Henson 5-yard run, Heil kick (BV 45-0) BV – 4Q – 2:27 – Leo Enneking 3-yard run, Heil kick (BV 52-0) SD – 4Q – 2:01 – Blake Kirkey to K.J. Probst 32-yard pass, Tanner Anderson kick (BV 52-7) Team statistics: SD BV First Downs 5 14 Rushing Att./Yards 24/62 49/243 Passing Yards 91 183 Pass Compl./Att./Int. 3/11/2 8/10/0 Total Offense 153 426 Offensive Plays 35 59 Fumbles/Lost 1/1 0/0 Punts/Average 5/28.8 0/0 Kickoffs/Average 2/42.0 9/49.1 Penalties/Yards 0/0 5/60 Individual statistics: RUSHING – SD: Proctor 19 att./55 yards, Anglin 4/7, Waldon 1/0. BV: Henson 8/49/TD, Gowan 7/40/TD, McKinley 6/36/TD, Gerstbauer 5/27,
Westerfeld 4/24, Enneking 3/18/TD, Schuck 4/17, Schebler 5/15, Amberger 1/7, Mears 3/6, B.Wilson 1/6, Jacob 2/-2. PASSING – SD: Anglin 1 compl./8 att./9 yard/0 TD/2 Int., Kirkey 2/3/82 yards/TD/0 Int. BV: Schuck 8/10/183 yards/3 TD/0 Int. RECEIVING – SD: Waldon 1 rec./50 yards, Probst 1/32/TD, Kirkey 1/9. BV: B.Wilson 2/71/2 TD, Bohman 2/23, R. Wilson 1/60, McKinley 1/13, Dickey 1/11/TD, Batchelor 1/5. KICKOFFS – SD: Anderson 2 att./84 yards/42.0 avg./4.5 net. BV: Heil 9/442/49.1/35.8. PUNTING – SD: Anders 5 att./144 yards/28.8 avg./19.4 net. KICKOFF RETURNS – SD: Probst 3 ret./40 yards, Walson 6/79.
LAWRENCEBURG SPEEDWAY 2013 Racing Schedule SEPTEMBER 14 – NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS - Lawrenceburg Chevrolet Sprints, Budweiser UMP Modifieds, Impact Sports Pure Stocks, Zimmer Tractor Hornets 28 – USAC SPRINTS/4 ABREAST – USAC Sprint Cars, Budweiser UMP Modifieds Start Times Unless Noted: Pit Gates Open 4 p.m. Front Gate Opens 5 p.m. Hot Laps 6 p.m. Racing 7 p.m. Prices: Adult: $25. Kids 7-12: $7, Kids 6 & Under: FREE. Pit Pass: $35 (all ages).
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 27, 2013 2012
THE DEARBORN COUNTY REGISTER
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THURSDAY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 27, 2013 2012
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Complete details of budget estimates by fund and/or department may be seen by visiting the office of this unit of govemment at Dearborn Administrative Building. The political subdivision or appropriate fiscal body shall publish this notice twice in accordance wilh lC 5-3-1 with the first publication at least ten days before the date fixed for the public hearing and the second publication at least three days before the date fixed for the public hearing. Notice is hereby given to taxpayers of DEARBORN COUNTY SOLID WASTE, Dearborn County, Indiana that the proper officers of DEARBORN COUNTY COUNCIL will conduct a public hearing on the year 2014 budget. Following this meeting, any ten or more taxpayers may object to a budget, tax rate, or tax levy by filing an objection petition with the proper officers of DEARBORN COUNTY COUNCIL not more than seven days after the hearing. The objection petition must identify the provisions of the budget, tax rate, or tax levy to which taxpayers object. If a petition is filed, DEARBORN COUNTY COUNCIL shall adopt with the budget a finding concerning the objections in the petition and testimony presented. Following the aforementioned hearing, the proper officers of DEARBORN COUNTY COUNCIL will meet to adopt the following budget: Date of Public Hearing 10/9/2013 Time of Public Hearing 9:00 am Public Hearing Place Dearborn Administrative Building Date of Adoption Hearing 10/25/2013 Time of Adoption Meeting 9:00 am Adoption Meeting Place Dearborn Administrative Building Estimated Civil Max Levy 652,815 Fund Name Budget Estimate Max.Estimated Funds Excessive Levy Current to be raised (Including Appeal(included Tax Levy appeals & levies exempt in Column 3) from max. levy limitations) SPECIAL SOLID WASTE MGMT 947,244 736,000 617,971 TOTALS 947,244 736,000 617,971 C-9-3-JP-2t 39748 C-9-5-R-2t hspaxlp
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Complete details of budget estimates by fund and/or department may be seen by visiting the office of this unit of govemment at 1599 North Dearborn Rd. The political subdivision or appropriate fiscal body shall publish this notice twice in accordance wilh lC 5-3-1 with the first publication at least ten days before the date fixed for the public hearing and the second publication at least three days before the date fixed for the public hearing. Notice is hereby given to taxpayers of HARRISON TOWNSHIP, Dearborn County, Indiana that the proper officers of HARRISON TOWNSHIP will conduct a public hearing on the year 2014 budget. Following this meeting, any ten or more taxpayers may object to a budget, tax rate, or tax levy by filing an objection petition with the proper officers of HARRISON TOWNSHIP not more than seven days after the hearing. The objection petition must identify the provisions of the budget, tax rate, or tax levy to which taxpayers object. If a petition is filed, HARRISON TOWNSHIP shall adopt with the budget a finding concerning the objections in the petition and testimony presented. Following the aforementioned hearing, the proper officers of HARRISON TOWNSHIP will meet to adopt the following budget: Date of Public Hearing 10/8/2013 Time of Public Hearing 6:30 pm Public Hearing Place 1599 North Dearborn Rd Date of Adoption Hearing 10/29/2013 Time of Adoption Meeting 6:30 pm Adoption Meeting Place 1599 North Dearborn Rd Estimated Civil Max Levy 27,597 Fund Name Budget Estimate Max.Estimated Funds Excessive Levy Current to be raised (Including Appeal(included Tax Levy appeals & levies exempt in Column 3) from max. levy limitations) 0101 - GENERAL 49,000 27,000 25,883 0840 - TOWNSHIP ASSISTANCE 12,500 3,000 1,012 1111 - FIRE 90,000 47,000 44,289 9500 - Levy Excess 0 0 0 TOTALS 151,500 77,000 71,184 C-9-10-JP-2t 39511 C-9-12-R-2t hspaxlp NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Complete details of budget estimates by fund and/or department may be seen by visiting the office of this unit of govemment at 18555 Days Way Lane. The political subdivision or appropriate fiscal body shall publish this notice twice in accordance wilh lC 5-3-1 with the first publication at least ten days before the date fixed for the public hearing and the second publication at least three days before the date fixed for the public hearing. Notice is hereby given to taxpayers of MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP, Deaborn County, Indiana that the proper officers of MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP will conduct a public hearing on the year 2014 budget. Following this meeting, any ten or more taxpayers may object to a budget, tax rate, or tax levy by filing an objection petition with the proper officers of MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP not more than seven days after the hearing. The objection petition must identify the provisions of the budget, tax rate, or tax levy to which taxpayers object. If a petition is filed, MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP shall adopt with the budget a finding concerning the objections in the petition and testimony presented. Following the aforementioned hearing, the proper officers of MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP will meet to adopt the following budget: Date of Public Hearing 10/1/2013 Time of Public Hearing 7:00 pm Public Hearing Place 18555 Days Way Lane Date of Adoption Hearing 10/14/2013 Time of Adoption Meeting 7:00 pm Adoption Meeting Place 18555 Days Way Lane Estimated Civil Max Levy 29,000 Estimated Fire Max Levy 106,000 Fund Name Budget Estimate Max.Estimated Funds Excessive Levy Current to be raised (Including Appeal(included Tax Levy appeals & levies exempt in Column 3) from max. levy limitations) 0101 - GENERAL 44,780 22,000 19,719 0840 - TOWNSHIP ASSISTANCE 13,500 7,000 6,979 1111 - FIRE 94,500 106,000 102,581 TOTAL 152,780 135,000 129,279 C-9-10-JP-2t 39944 C-9-12-R-2t hspaxlp NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Complete details of budget estimates by fund and/or department may be seen by visiting the office of this unit of government at Aurora City Hall. The political subdivision or appropriate fiscal body shall publish this notice twice in accordance with lC 5-3-1 with the first publication at least ten days before the date fixed for the public hearing and the second publication at least three days before the date fixed for the public hearing. Notice is hereby given to taxpayers of AURORA CIVIL CITY, Dearborn County, Indiana that the proper officers of AURORA CIVIL CITYwill conduct a public hearing on the year 2014 budget. Following this meeting, any ten or more taxpayers may object to a budget, tax rate, or tax levy by filing an objection petition with the proper officers of AURORA CIVIL CITY not more than seven days after the hearing. The objection petition must identify the provisions of the budget, tax rate, or tax levy to which taxpayers object. If a petition is filed, AURORA CIVIL CITY shall adopt with the budget a finding concerning the objections in the petition and testimony presented. Following the aforementioned hearing, the proper officers of AURORA CIVIL CITY will meet to adopt the following budget: Date of Public Hearing 9/17/2013 Time of Public Hearing 7:00 pm Public Hearing Place Aurora City Hall Date of Adoption Hearing 10/21/2013 Time of Adoption Meeting 6:30 pm Adoption Meeting Place Aurora City Hall Estimated Civil Max Levy 1,400,000 Fund Name Budget Estimate Max.Estimated Funds Excessive Levy Current to be raised (Including Appeal(included Tax Levy appeals & levies exempt in Column 3) from max. levy limitations) 0061 - RAINY DAY 0 0 0 0101 - GENERAL 1,694,398 1,216,600 993,299 0432 - POLICE PENSION 89,372 0 0 0706 - LOCAL ROAD & STREET 33,000 0 0 55,000 127,292 0708 - MOTOR VEHICLE HIGHWAY 231,652 1151 - CONTINUING EDUCATION 10,000 0 0 1301 - PARK & RECREATION 114,437 85,000 87,177 15,000 0 0 2379 - CUMULATIVE CAP IMP (CIG TAX) 2391 - CUMULATIVE CAPITAL DEV 35,000 29,496 29,889 6401 - SANITATION 100,000 0 0 TOTALS 2,322,859 1,386,096 1,237,657 C-9-3-JP-2t 39762 C-9-5-R-2t hspaxlp
C-9-10-JP-2t C-9-12-R-2t NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Complete details of budget estimates by fund and/or department may be seen by visiting the office of this unit of govemment at 300 Tiger Boulevard, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025. The political subdivision or appropriate fiscal body shall publish this notice twice in accordance wilh lC 5-3-1 with the first publication at least ten days before the date fixed for the public hearing and the second publication at least three days before the date fixed for the public hearing. Notice is hereby given to taxpayers of LAWRENCEBURG COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION, Deaborn County, Indiana that the proper officers of Lawrenceburg Community School Corporation will conduct a public hearing on the year 2014 budget. Following this meeting, any ten or more taxpayers may object to a budget, tax rate, or tax levy by filing an objection petition with the proper officers of Lawrenceburg Community School Corporation not more than seven days after the hearing. The objection petition must identify the provisions of the budget, tax rate, or tax levy to which taxpayers object. If a petition is filed, Lawrenceburg Community School Corporation shall adopt with the budget a finding concerning the objections in the petition and testimony presented. Following the aforementioned hearing, the proper officers of Lawrenceburg Community School Corporation will meet to adopt the following budget: Date of Public Hearing 10/14/2013 Time of Public Hearing 6:00 pm Public Hearing Place Greendale Middle School 200 Tiger Boulevard, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 Date of Adoption Hearing 10/28/2013 Time of Adoption Meeting 5:30 pm Adoption Meeting Place Administrative Office 300 Tiger Boulevard, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 Est. Transportation Max Levy 738,830 Est. Bus Repl. Max Levy 312,000 Fund Name Budget Estimate Max.Estimated Funds Excessive Levy Current to be raised (Including Appeal(included Tax Levy appeals & levies exempt in Column 3) from max. levy limitations) 0061 - RAINY DAY 3,000,000 0 0 0101 - GENERAL 14,360,604 0 0 0180 - DEBTSERVICE 1,669,413 1,628,568 1,580,369 4,154,939 2,242,700 1214 - CAPITAL PROJECTS SCHOOL 4,426,005 6301 - TRANSPORTATION 723,085 665,426 650,602 6302 - BUS REPLACEMENT 382,000 329,521 303,406 TOTALS $24,561,107 $6,778,454 $4,777,077 C-9-10-JP-2t 40020 C-9-12-R-2t hspaxlp
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Complete details of budget estimates by fund and/or department may be seen by visiting the office of this unit of government at Office of the Clerk, 212 Walnut Street, Lawrenceburg, IN. The political subdivision or appropriate fiscal body shall publish this notice twice in accordance with lC 5-3-1 with the first publication at least ten days before the date fixed for the public hearing and the second publication at least three days before the date fixed for the public hearing. Notice is hereby given to taxpayers of Lawrenceburg Civil City, Dearborn County, Indiana that the proper officers of Lawrenceburg Civil City will conduct a public hearing on the year 2014 budget. Following this meeting, any ten or more taxpayers may object to a budget, tax rate, or tax levy by filing an objection petition with the proper officers of Lawrenceburg Civil City not more than seven days after the hearing. The objection petition must identify the provisions of the budget, tax rate, or tax levy to which taxpayers object. If a petition is filed, Lawrenceburg Civil City shall adopt with the budget a finding concerning the objections in the petition and testimony presented. Following the aforementioned hearing, the proper officers of Lawrenceburg Civil City will meet to adopt the following budget: Date of Public Hearing 10/7/2013 Time of Public Hearing 6:00 pm Public Hearing Place City Hall Council Chambers, 230 Walnut St, Lawrenceburg, IN Date of Adoption Hearing 10/21/2013 Time of Adoption Meeting 6:00 pm Adoption Meeting Place City Hall Council Chambers, 230 Walnut St, Lawrenceburg, IN Estimated Civil Max Levy 6,633,000 Fund Name Budget Estimate Max.Estimated Funds Excessive Levy Current to be raised (Including Appeal(included Tax Levy appeals & levies exempt in Column 3) from max. levy limitations) 0005 - CASINO/RIVERBOAT 32,948,897 0 0 0061 - RAINY DAY 0 0 0 0101 - GENERAL 8,113,121 6,413,000 5,324,846 0342 - POLICE PENSION 300,000 115,000 95,446 0706 - LOCAL ROAD & STREET 20,000 0 0 41,000 33,936 0708 - MOTOR VEHICLE HIGHWAY 928,860 1303 - PARK 553,521 64,000 53,026 0 0 1310 - PARK NONREVERTING-CAPITAL 162,500 9500 - NR PLANNING 40,000 0 0 9501 - NR FIRE 160,000 0 0 0 0 1310 - MUNICIPAL DEV FND BUDGET 19,663,200 TOTALS 62,890,099 6,633,000 5,507,254 JACKIE STUTZ - CLERK-TREASURER C-9-10-JP-2t 39970 C-9-12-R-2t hspaxlp
THE DEARBORN COUNTY REGISTER
IN THE DEARBORN CIRCUIT COURT PUBLIC NOTICE DEARBORN COUNTY, INDIANA Notice is hereby given that all agreed purchases of right of way for the project referenced below have CAUSE NO. 15CO1-1308-EU-052 been completed and the following is a list of said purchases, published in accordance with IC 8-23-7-10. IN THE MATTER OF THE The amount of compensation includes damages and improvements taken. UNSUPERVISED ESTATE OF State of Indiana LlA Code: 5595 Project RIW: 1173262ER Road: SR-62 County: Dearborn LESTER FUERNSTEIN, DECEASED NOTICE OF UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION Parcel Grantor Perm Temp Paid Amt. Notice is hereby given that on the 16th day of 3 Stamper, David Et Ux .532 AC $3,900.00 August, 2013, JEROME CARL FUERNSTEIN was ap4 Burress, Randal P. Et Ux .717 AC $9,950.00 pointed Personal Representative of the Estate of 6 Cleeter, Robin R. .176 AC $ 2,500.00 LESTER FUERNSTEIN, deceased, who died on July Scott Adams 12, 2013. Director, Real Estate Division All persons having claims against this estate, Indiana Department of Transportation whether or not now due, must file the claim in the Total Deed Amount: $16,350.00 office of the Clerk of this Court within three (3) 39787 C-9-12-R-1t hspaxlp months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or within nine (9) months after the dece dent's death, whichever is earlier, or the claims will NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS be forever barred. Complete details of budget estimates by fund and/or department may be seen by visiting the office of Dated at Lawrenceburg, Indiana, this 16th day of this unit of govemment at Moores Hill Town Hall. The political subdivision or appropriate fiscal body shall August, 2013. publish this notice twice in accordance wilh lC 5-3-1 with the first publication at least ten days before the Richard M. Probst date fixed for the public hearing and the second publication at least three days before the date fixed for Clerk, Dearborn Circuit Court the public hearing. ATTORNEY FOR ESTATE: Notice is hereby given to taxpayers of MOORES HILL CIVIL TOWN, DEARBORN County, Indiana that the MULLIN, McMILLIN & McMILLIN proper officers of MOORES HILL CIVIL TOWN will conduct a public hearing on the year 2014 budget. Fol- 814 Main Street lowing this meeting, any ten or more taxpayers may object to a budget, tax rate, or tax levy by filing an Brookville, Indiana 47012 objection petition with the proper officers of MOORES HILL CIVIL TOWN not more than seven days after Telephone 765-647-4105 the hearing. The objection petition must identify the provisions of the budget, tax rate, or tax levy to 39515 C-8-29-R-3t hspaxlp which taxpayers object. If a petition is filed, MOORES HILL CIVIL TOWN shall adopt with the budget a NOTICE TO BIDDERS finding concerning the objections in the petition and testimony presented. Following the aforementioned "INVITATION TO BID" hearing, the proper officers of MOORES HILL CIVIL TOWN will meet to adopt the following budget: The City of Lawrenceburg Date of Public Hearing 9/16/2013 Front St. Underpass Improvement Time of Public Hearing 6:30 pm Notice is hereby given that the City of LawrencePublic Hearing Place 16610 North Broadway St. Moores Hill IN 47032 burg, Indiana, will receive sealed bids for the Front Date of Adoption Hearing 10/1/2013 St. Underpass Improvement at the Lawrenceburg Time of Adoption Meeting 6:300 pm Clerk-Treasurer's Office, 212 Walnut Street, until Adoption Meeting Place 16610 North Broadway St. Moores Hill IN 47032 4:00 PM (local time) on Monday, October 7, 2013. Estimated Civil Max Levy 7,846 The Bids will be opened and read aloud and Fund Name Budget Estimate Max.Estimated Funds Excessive Levy Current awarded at approximately 6:00 PM (local time) on to be raised (Including Appeal(included Tax Levy Monday, October 7, 2013 at the Lawrenceburg Adappeals & levies exempt in Column 3) ministration Building, 230 Walnut Street at the regufrom max. levy limitations) larly scheduled Board of Works Meeting. GENERAL 77,020 35,000 30,826 This project is being bid as a Lump Sum Project. LOCAL ROAD & STREET 9,923 The scope of work shall include but not limited to MOTOR VEHICLE HIGHWAY 25,579 the removal of existing vegetation, installation of FIRE 11,286 9,000 11,043 geo-fabric and rip-rap, site restoration, soil erosion CUMULATIVE CAPITAL IMP (CIG TAX) 1,612 control and traffic control per the plans and specifiRIVERBOAT 358,360 cations prepared by Land Consultants. The City will TOTAL 483,780 44,000 41,869 provide the Geotechnical Testing required. C-9-3-JP-2t Bids shall include the completed City of Lawrence39500 C-9-5-R-2t hspaxlp burg Bid Form, Standard Questionnaire Form No. 96, including the non-collusion affidavit, project NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS schedule, and the company's complete financial Notice is hereby given to the taxpayers of DEARBORN COUNTY, in Indiana, that the Dearborn County Council will conduct a public hearing on the 2014 budget in the Meeting Room in the County Administra- statement. Each bid shall also include the com pleted Conflict of Interest / Nepotism affidavit and tion Building on Wednesday, October 09, 2013 at 09:00 AM. the E- Verify forms provided. Each bid shall be acFollowing this meeting any ten or more taxpayers may object to a budget, tax levy, or tax rate by filing an objection with the proper officers of the political subdivision within seven days after the hearing. The ob- companied by an acceptable bidders bond, certified check or a nonrevocable letter of credit prepared in jection petition must identify the provisions of the budget, tax rate, or tax levy that the taxpayers object substance and in form satisfactory to the City of to. If a pertition is filed, the political subdivision shall adopt with its budget a finding concerning the obLawrenceburg, in the amount of five (5) percent of a jections filed and testimony presented. lump-sum amount. Following the aforementioned hearing, the Dearborn County Council will meet at the Meeting Room in the Wage rates for this project shall not be less than County Administration Building on Friday, October 25, 2013 at 09:00 AM to adopt the following budget: the current prescribed scale of wages as deter BUDGET ESTIMATE mined and provided in the project bid package. Complete details of the budget estimates by fund and dept. may be seen at the Auditor Office. The contractor receiving the award shall furnish an Net Assessed Valuation: 2,100,000,000 approved Performance Bond and a Payment Bond, Fund Name Budget Estimate Max. Estimated Excessive Levy Current Tax each for one hundred (l00) percent of the lump-sum Funds to be Appeal Levy amount, along with written proof of insurance beraised fore receiving the Notice to Proceed. County General 15,839,495 7,050,000 6,217,227 Packets with detailed specifications and the re COIT 3,414,238 0 0 quired forms, may be picked up at the office of the Cumulative Bridge 4,770,803 732,600 734,944 Lawrenceburg Clerk-Treasurer during normal workCum Cap Development 628,969 310,200 311,192 ing hours up to the mandatory Pre Bid Meeting. The Health Department 684,857 535,000 425,958 mandatory Pre Bid Meeting will be held at 1 :00 PM Local Road & Street 900,000 0 0 (local time) on September 25, 2013 at the LawrencePark & Recreation 71,771 0 0 burg Administration Building, 230 Walnut Street. Riverboat Revenue 271,250 0 0 Bidders shall be prequalified with the City at least Statewide 911 664,992 0 0 48 hours prior to submitting bids. Any questions Superior Ct Ad Prob Users 257,344 0 0 shall be directed to Eric Lang with Land Consult Juvenile Probation Users 15,862 0 0 ants at (812) 537-2145. Pre-Trial Diversion 245,210 0 0 The City of Lawrenceburg is an Equal Opportunity / Sheriff Work Release 23,000 0 0 AD.A. Compliant Employer. Bail & Pretrial Sup Court 1 45,057 0 0 Jackie Stutz, Clerk-Treasurer City of Lawrenceburg Comm Corr Users Fee 502,550 0 0 Leslie Votaw, Attorney City of Lawrenceburg DOC Grant 2nd Year 467,592 0 0 C-9-12-R-2t Conv, Rec, & Visitors Prom 836,336 0 0 40076 C-9-17-JP-2t hspaxlp 4-D New Law 99 Prosecutor 17,016 0 0 ADVERTISEMENT TO BID Clerk's Perpetuation 30,721 0 0 CONTRACT A- HIGH PRESSURE WATER Community Transition Program 14,201 0 0 TRANSMISSION MAIN REPLACEMENT Cum Building Courthouse 262,321 347,600 348,712 CONTRACT B - MAIN LIFT STATION Local Emergency Plan 15,400 0 0 FORCE MAIN REPLACEMENT Local Health Maintenance 74,913 0 0 LAWRENCEBURG, INDIANA County Highway 9,706,769 0 0 Separate sealed proposals will be received by the 2015 Reassessment 422,839 235,000 225,118 City of Lawrenceburg, Indiana (Owner) at the office Auditor Ineligible Deduction 9,280 0 0 of the Clerk-Treasurer at 212 Walnut Street, Law Sup Ct Probation Admin 40,618 0 0 renceburg, Indiana 47025, on Monday, October 7, Adult Probation Users 66,613 0 0 2013 until 3:00 P.M. (local time) and will be opened County's Jury Pay 39,500 0 0 and publicly read aloud at 6:00 P.M. in City Council Alcohol & Drug Program 263,390 0 0 Chambers at 230 Walnut Street. Any bids received Regional Sewer District 59,848 0 0 after 3:00 P.M. will be returned unopened. Bail & Pretrial Sup Court 2 36,691 0 0 DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Adult Protective Service 93,838 0 0 Contract A - Work for which proposals are to be reRedevelopment Commission 100,000 0 0 ceived Is for construction of approximately 13,200 Victim Support Service 76,853 0 0 feet of 12" C900 water main, air relief valves, 3 County School Distribution 0 625,000 620,178 NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF sided poured In place box culvert, and other miscelTOTALS 40,970,137 9,835,400 0 8,883,329 ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS laneous Items. Notice is hereby given the taxpayers of Manchester 2014 estimated maximum levy for this unit is 8,865,240.00 Contract B - Work for which proposals are to be reTownship, Dearborn County, Indiana. that the proTaxpayers appearing at the hearing shall have an opportunity to be heard. Pursuant to IC 6-1.1-17-13, af- ceived Is for construction of approximately 3,600 por legal officers will consider the following additer the tax levies have been determined, fixed by the appropriate governing body, and the tax rates pubfeet of 12" C9DD sanitary sewer force main. air reltional appropriations in excess of owns the budget for the lished by the County Auditor, then ten (10) or more taxpayers or one (1) taxpayer that property the lef valves~ and other miscellaneous Items. current valuation year, at their regular meeting place at 18555 represents a least ten percent (10%) of the taxable assessed in the political subdivision may ini- BID DOCUMENTS: Copies of the Specifications and Daysaction Way Lane, Aurora, IN , at 7:00 o'clock p.m., tiate an appeal from the County board of tax adjustmentʼs on a political subdivisionʼs budget by on filContract Documents may be obtained at 8450 Westthe 1st The day statement of October,must 2013. be filed not later than ten field Blvd. Suite 300, Indianapolis, IN 46240. CopIes ing a statement of their objections with the County Auditor. FUND shall NAME: (10) days after the publication of the notice, The statement specifically identify the provisions of the of the documents are available for examining at the Township Amount budget and tax levy to which the taxpayers object. The CountyGeneral Auditor shall forward the statement, with City of Lawrenceburg and the office of Butler FairMajor Budget Classification the budget, to the Department of Local Government Finance. man and Seufert, Inc., 8450 Westfield Blvd. Suite 10000 Personal Services $2,500 Gayle Pennington, Auditor of Dearborn County 8/27/2013 300, Indianapolis, IN 46240. Coples may be obtained 20000 Supplies C-9-3-JP-2t at the office of the Engineer by remitting $125 for 30000 Other Services & Charges $15,000 39753 C-9-5-R-2t hspaxlp each Contract A set and $100 for each Contract B 40000 Capital Outlays Total for General Fund: $17,500 set. This remittance is not refundable. Payment shall be by money order or check and shall be Tax payers appearing at the meeting shall have a made payable to Butler, Fairman and Seufert, Inc. right to be heard. The additional appropriations as finally made will be referred to the Department of Bidders shall be pre-qualified with the City at least 48 hours prior to Bid Opening. The City of Law NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Local Government Finance (DLGF), The DGLF will Notice is hereby given the taxpayers of the City of make a written determination as to the sufficiency renceburg Contractor Pre-Qualification Packet may Lawrenceburg, Dearborn County, Indiana that the of funds to support the appropriations made within be picked up at the office of the Safety Officer at proper legal officers will consider the following ad- fifteen (15) days of receipt of a Certified Copy of the City Hall during .normal working· hours. Bids shall be properly and completely executed on Bid Forms ditional appropriations in excess of the budget for action taken. and in the order as Identified and contained In the the current year at their regular meeting place at Dated 8-30-2013. Contract Documents obtainable form the offices as 230 Walnut Street, City Council Chambers at 4:30 Laura N. Ankenman, Fiscal Officer stated above. Each bid shall be accompanied by a P.M. on the 23rd day of September, 2013. C-9-10-JP-2t completely filled out Form No. 96 (Revised 2013) Fund Name: General 39967 C-9-12-R-2t hspaxlp and acceptable Bid Security. Any bid not accompaMajor Budget Classification: Amount NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF nied by the above-required items shall be deemed 10000 Personal Services $20,235.00 to be a non-responsive bid. ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS 20000 Supplies 0.00 Notice is hereby given the taxpayers of Logan No Bidder may withdraw his proposal within a pe30000 Other 0.00 40000 Capital Outlays 0.00 Township, Dearborn County, Indiana. that the pro- riod 60 days following the date set for the receiving 50000 Other Capital Outlays 0.00 por legal officers will consider the following addi- of bids. The Owner reserves the right to retain any $20,235.00 tional appropriations in excess of the budget for the and all bids for a period of not more than 60 days Total for General Fund current year, at their regular meeting place at 4240 and said bid shall remain In full force and effect Fund Name: Riverboat North Dearborn Road, Lawrenceburg, at 7:00 during saId time. The Owner further reserves the Major Budget Classification: Amount right to waive Informalities and to award the Con10000 Personal Services 0.00 o'clock p.m., on the 10th day of October, 2013. tract to any Bidder all to the advantage of the City Amount 20000 Supplies 0.00 FUND NAME: Twp. Assistance of Lawrenceburg or to reject all bids. Major Budget Classification 30000 Other $ 3,300.00 BID SECURITY: Each bid shall be accompanied by 10000 Personal Services 40000 Capital Outlays 0.00 an acceptable certified check made payable to the 20000 Supplies 50000 Other Capital Outlays 0.00 City of Lawrenceburg or an acceptable bid bond in 30000 Other Services & Charges $1,000 $ 3,300.00 Total for Riverboat Fund the amount equal to 10% of the total bid price exe40000 Capital Outlays TOTAL ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS $23,535.00 cuted by an Incorporated surety company in good $1,000 Taxpayers appearing at the meeting shall have a Total for Twp. Assistance Fund: right to be heard. The additional appropriations as Tax payers appearing at the meeting shall have a standIng and qualified to do business in the State finally made will be referred to the Department of right to be heard. The additional appropriations as of Indiana and whose name appears on the current Local Government Finance ("DLGF"). The DLGF will finally made will be referred to the Department of Treasury Department Circular 570. make a written determination as to the sufficiency Local Government Finance (DLGF), The DGLF will BONDS: A Performance Bond and Payment Bond of funds to support the· appropriations made within make a written determination as to the sufficiency each In the amount of 100 percent of the Contract fifteen (15) days of receipt of a Certified Copy of the of funds to support the appropriations made within price will be required from the Contractor to whom fifteen (15) days of receipt of a Certified Copy of the the work is awarded. action taken. INDIANA REQUIREMENTS: Standard Questionnaire action taken. Dated: September 3, 2013 Form 96 (Revised 2013), completely filled out and Dated 9-9-2013. Jackie Stutz, Clerk-Treasurer Myrtle M. White, Fiscal Officer signed, including attachment of Contractor's FinanCity of Lawrenceburg cial Statement as stipulated in Section III. 40080 C-9-12-R-1t hspaxlp C-9-10-JP-1t Charles M. Davis, City Utilities Director 39976 C-9-12-JP-1t hspaxlp PUBLIC NOTICE OF CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY Jackie Stutz, Clerk-Treasurer NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF On behalf of the City of Lawrenceburg, Butler FairC-9-10-JP-2t ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS man and Seufert Inc., 8450 Westfield Boulevard, 40034 C-9-12-R-2t hspaxlp Notice is hereby given the taxpayers of Manchester Suite 300, Indianapolis, Indiana, is submitting an NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Township, Dearborn County, Indiana. that the pro- NOI letter to notify the Indiana Department of EnviTO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED por legal officers will consider the following addi- ronmental Management of our intent to comply with REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES tional appropriations in excess of the budget for the the requirements under 327 IAC 15-5 to discharge current year, at their regular meeting place at 18555 storm water from construction activities for the fol- By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me diDays Way Lane, Aurora, IN , at 7:00 o'clock p.m., on lowing project: Contract A - High Pressure Water rected from the Clerk of Circuit Court of Dearborn County, Indiana, in Cause No. 15C01-1211-MF-245 the 1st day of October, 2013. Transmission Main Replacement located at wherein Beneficial Financial I Inc., successor by FUND NAME: 39°06ʼ51” N, 84°52ʼ36” W. Run-off from the project merger to Beneficial Indiana Inc. d/b/a Beneficial Township General Amount site will discharge to Tanner Creek and ultimately Mortgage Co. was Plaintiff, and Linda L. CunningMajor Budget Classification into the Ohio River. Questions or comments regard10000 Personal Services $2,500 ing this project should be directed to Kevin Hintz ham and Ronald R. Cunningham a/k/a Ronald Ray Cunningham, were Defendants, requiring me to 20000 Supplies 317-713-4615. make the sum as provided for in said Decree with 30000 Other Services & Charges $15,000 40074 C-9-12-R-3t hspaxlp interest and cost, I will expose at public sale to the 40000 Capital Outlays highest bidder, on the 24th day of October , Total for General Fund: $17,500 2013, at the hour of 1:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter Tax payers appearing at the meeting shall have a
Mortgage Co. was Plaintiff, and Linda L. Cunningham and Ronald R. Cunningham a/k/a Ronald Ray Cunningham, THURSDAY, were Defendants, requiring to SEPTEMBER 12,me 2013 27, 2012 make the sum as provided for in said Decree with interest and cost, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder, on the 24th day of October , 2013, at the hour of 1:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter as is possible, at 301 W High Street, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025, the fee simple of the whole body of Real Estate in Dearborn County, Indiana. The East half of Lot number Sixty-six (66) in Henry Walker's Second Addition to the City of Aurora, and being a part of the same real estate conveyed to the said Jacob W. Bebinger and Anna L. Bebinger, husband and wife, by Aaron Huffman and wife, by deed dated January 25, 1902, and recorded in book no. 61, page 95 of the deed records of Dearborn County, Indiana. Less and Except Sell-off portion to John R. Miller by Quit Claim Deed recorded November 13, 2011 as Instrument No. 200100012619 and described as follows: Interest in the west half of Lot #66 of Henry Walkers Second Addition to the City of Aurora, Dearborn County, Indiana being located in the south half of Section 29, Township 5 North, Range 1 West of the First Principal Meridian and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the most northern corner of Lot #66, Henry Walkers Second Addition, (Plat Cabinet 2, Page 301); thence S70° 00' 00" E with the north line of said lot 25.00 feet to the midway point on the lot line; thence S 20° 00' 00" W with the east line of the west half of the lot 18.00 feet; thence N 70° 00' 00" W parallel with the north line 25.00 feet; thence N 20° 00' 00" E with the east right-of-way line of a public alley 18.00 feet to the point of beginning. This description covers 450 square feet and it is intended to be the same portion of aforesaid Lot #66 where Abdon granted to Teaney in 1934 (Deed Record 145, Page 55) certain interest in the land for construction of a garage and access to said garage. Being part the same real estate heretofore conveyed unto Ronald R. Cunningham and Linda L. Cunnigham, husband and wife, by deed dated April 1, 1971, recorded in Dearborn County, Indiana Deed Record 153 at page 333, as contained in the Office of the RecorderMore commonly known as: 422 Broadway Street, Aurora, IN 47001 Parcel No. : 15-07-29-403-060.000-003 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 Rayanna A. Binder (24776-49) Doyle Legal Corporation, P.C. 41 E Washington Street, Suite 400 Indianapolis, IN 46204 The Sheriffʼs Department does not warrant the accuracy of the street addressed published herein NOTICE DOYLE LEGAL CORPORATION IS A DEBT COLLECTOR. THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT, AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. 39784 P-9-12-R-3t hspaxlp IN DEARBORN CIRCUIT COURT DEARBORN COUNTY, INDIANA GENERAL TERM, 2013 CAUSE NO. 15C01-1307-DR-149 STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OF DEARBORN IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF Steven Wayne Robbins Petitioner and Lushela Son Robbins Respondent NOTICE OF SUIT THE STATE OF INDIANA TO: Respondent, Lushela Son Robbins, above named, and any other person who may be concerned: You are notified that a Petition has been filed in the Court named above. The nature of the Petition is for dissolution of marriage. You must answer the Petition in writing, by you or your attorney, on or before the 1st day of October, 2013 at 9:00 A. M. and if you fail to do so, a Decree will be entered on the Petition. If you have a Cross Petition 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 39509 C-8-29-R-3t hspaxlp SHERIFFʼS SALE NOTICE TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me di rected from the Clerk of Dearborn Circuit Court of Dearborn County, Indiana, in Cause No. 15C01-1302-MF-000042 wherein HSBC Bank USA, N.A., as Trustee on behalf of the holders of Deut sche Bank Alt-A Securities Mortgage Loan Trust, Mortgage Pass Through Certificates, Series 2007-AR2 was Plaintiff, and Melissa M. Eads, Martin R. Basso, as Vendee, American Acceptance Co. LLC, as Assignee of Chase Bank USA NA, Livingston Financial LLC, as Assignee of US Bank, Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC, as Assignee of GE Money Bank/ Lowes Consumer, Federal National Mortgage Association, Christiana Bank & Trust Company, nka Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB, as Owner Trustee of the Security National Funding Trust, Dearborn County Treasurer, Un known Occupants and Collection Associates, LLC were Defendants requiring me to make the sum as provided for in said Decree with interest and cost, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder on the 24th day of October, 2013, at the hour of 1:30 PM, or as soon as thereafter as is possible, at Sheriff's Office at Law Enforcement Center, 301 W. High Street Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 the fee simple of the whole body of Real Estate in Dearborn County, Indiana. Lot Number Eleven (11) in Green Meadows Subdivision to the City of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, see Plat Book 5, Page 41. Subject to all Easements. Commonly known address: 929 Pribble Circle, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 Parcel No./ Tax Id #: 15-07-04-204-024.000-013 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 Township: Lawrenceburg The Sheriff's Department does not warrant the accuracy of the street address published herein. Stephanie A. Reinhart (25071-06) Sarah E. Willms (28840-64) Miranda D. Bray (23766-30) Manley Deas Kochalski LLC P.O. Box 441039 Indianapolis, IN 46244 Telephone: 614-222-4921 Attorneys for Plaintiff 39791 C-9-12-R-3t hspaxlp NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING LAWRENCEBURG BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS Tuesday September 25, 2013 6:00 P.M. Notice is hereby given that applications have been filed with the City of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, re questing variances to the Zoning Regulations to wit: Seymour General Contracting Mr. Paul Seymour Jr. is requesting a variance to the development standards of Section 154.22 C) of the Lawrenceburg Zoning Code to allow him to construct an ADA compliant / accessible residential structure. The affected property is located at 521 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. The applications and files on these matters are available for public inspection during the regular working hours at the Plan Commission Office in the Municipal Building, 230 Walnut Street, Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Said Board of Zoning Appeals will hold a public hearing on September 25, 2013 at 6:00 p.m., Council Chambers, 230 Walnut Street, Lawrenceburg, Indiana at which time all interested persons will be given the opportunity to be heard in reference to the matters set out in the petitions ( applications ). 40134 C-9-12-R-1t hspaxlp
THE DEARBORN COUNTY REGISTER
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2013 27, 2012
Hospital Foundation awards scholarships and grant/loans
The Dearborn County Hospital Foundation recently hosted its annual scholarship banquet at the Dearborn Country Club. A total of 16 high school graduates from the class of 2013 received $500 scholarships through the Dearborn County Hospital Foundation High School Senior Scholarship Program. In addition, nine students were awarded grant/loans as part of the Dearborn County Hospital Foundation and Dearborn County Hospital Healthcare Student Grant/Loan Program. Foundation President Luther Rice welcomed those in attendance. A buffet dinner was provided, followed by remarks from Roger D. Howard, Dearborn County Hospital President/CEO. The program continued with the presentation of scholarships and grant/loans. Mr. Rice began the awards ceremony by presenting the Anna F. Woods Estate Award to South Ripley High School graduate Rachel Hensley of Milan, who has enrolled in the University of Indianapolis Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree program. He also awarded the Edward & Grace Gray Scholarship to Jennifer Rowell of Rising Sun, a Rising Sun High School graduate seeking her Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree from Wesleyan University. Pediatrician Elizabeth Reece, M.D., a member of the Foundation Board of Directors, presented the Dearborn County Hospital Medical Staff Award to Brandi Burks, a Franklin County High School graduate from West Harrison who will attend the University of Alabama to earn her Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree. Dr. Reece then honored Conner Struewing of Sunman with the Dearborn-Ohio County Medical Society Scholarship. An East Central High School graduate, Ms. Struewing will attend Ball State University to pursue a Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree. The Elizabeth Anderson Award was given by Rev. William Helms, Dearborn County Hospital Founda-
tion Vice President, to Erika Rasnick of Brookville, a graduate of Franklin County High School, who will work toward a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from the University of Indianapolis. DCH Auxiliary President Sylvia Plashko continued by presenting DCH Auxiliary Awards to Ashley Ahaus of Milan, a graduate of Milan High School, who will attend the University of Indianapolis to obtain her Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree; and Ashley Hammond of Osgood, a graduate of Jac-Cen-Del High School, who will work toward her Doctorate of Pharmacy from Manchester University. The family of the late Noshir R. Toddywalla, M.D., was present to recognize Moores Hill resident Cortney Karn, a graduate of Milan High School, with the Noshir R. Toddywalla, M.D., Memorial Scholarship. Ms. Karn will attend IUPUI to earn her Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree. E.G. McLaughlin, DCH Foundation Treasurer, presented two scholarships established by the late Anna Cook O’Brien. Receiving these awards were Kayla Rowlette of Dillsboro, a South Dearborn High School graduate who is pursuing a Pharmacy Degree from Butler University; and Rachel Whitham of Florence, a Switzerland County High School graduate who is pursuing a Bachelor of Science Degree in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences at the University of Southern Indiana. Mr. McLaughlin then continued by presenting the Lawrenceburg Lions Club Scholarship to Megan Bachmann of Greendale, a Lawrenceburg High School graduate who is planning to obtain her Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree from Anderson University. William Ritzmann, President/ CEO of United Community Bank and a member of the Dearborn County Hospital Board of Trustees, honored Clare Struewing of Sunman with the United Community Bank Award. Ms. Struewing is a graduate of East Central High
The Dearborn County Hospital Foundation recognized its Scholarship and Grant/Loan recipients at a banquet held in the students’ honor at the Dearborn Country Club. Recipients attending the event are, left to right: first row, Jamie Cole, Megan Bachmann, Cortney Karn and Brenda Price; second row, Erika Rasnick, Jennifer Rowell, Carrie Hobbs and Conner Struewing; third row, Rachel Whitham, Brandi Burks, Valentina Sheyko and Clare Struewing; and fourth row, Kayla Rowlette, Ashley Hammond, David Buckman, Rachel Hensley and Ashley Ahaus.
School and is enrolled in the preRecipients of Dearborn County ■■Justin Pettit, Lawrenceburg, physical therapy program at Ball Hospital Foundation and Dearborn Physical Therapist Assistant, Kent State University. County Hospital Grant/Loans were State University. Also receiving scholarships were: also recognized at the banquet. ■■Brenda Price, Carrollton, Ken■■Batesville resident and Batesville tucky, Associate of Science in NursThese individuals were: High School graduate Kristin Belter, ■■Julie Allison, Lawrenceburg, Asing, Ivy Tech Community College. who will attend Indiana State Uni■■Valentina Sheyko, Lawrenceburg, sociate of Science in Nursing, Ivy versity for her Bachelor of Science Associate of Science in Nursing, Ivy Tech Community College. in Nursing Degree. ■■David Buckman, Milan, Associate Tech Community College. ■■Rachel Gramman of Brookville, a For more information regardof Science in Nursing, Ivy Tech graduate of Oldenburg Academy, ing the Dearborn County HospiCommunity College. who has enrolled in the pre-occupa- ■■Jamie Cole, Dillsboro, Associate tal Foundation High School Senior tional therapy program at the UniScholarship Program, please call of Science in Nursing, Ivy Tech versity of Indianapolis. the DCH Community Relations DeCommunity College. ■■Home-schooled student Veronica ■■Abbey Gilb, Aurora, Associate of partment at 812-537-8190 or 800Stahl of Rising Sun, who will pursue Science in Nursing, Ivy Tech Com676-5572, ext. 8190. Information her Bachelor of Science in Nursing about the Dearborn County Hospital munity College. Degree at Anderson University. Foundation and Dearborn County ■■Carrie Hobbs, Aurora, Associate ■■Cassidy Werner of Batesville, a Hospital Healthcare of Science in Nursing, Ivy Tech DISTRICT COURT Student Grant/ graduate of Batesville High School, CLARK COUNTY,may NEVADA Loan Program be obtained by Community College. Cause calling No A-13-679341-C Dept. No.:ResourcXVII who plans to obtain her Bachelor of ■■Brittany Jeffries, Versailles, Assothe DCH- Human MICHAEL H. FEDERIGHI, Science in Nursing Degree at theIN THE CIRCUIT es Department at 812-537-8120 or COURT ciate of Science in Nursing, Ivy Tech an individual; COUNTY, INDIANA University of Indianapolis. DEARBORNCommunity Plaintiff, 800]-676-5572, ext. 8120. College. GENERAL TERM, 2013 Cause No. 15C01-1304-MF-082 STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OF DEARBORN SS: Harrison Building & Loan Association Plaintiff vs. Shawn E. Smith, Winton Savings and Loan Co., (n/k/a Wesbanco Bank, Inc.), Indiana Department of Revenue, Asset Acceptance LLC Defendants NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of a certified copy of a Decree of Foreclosure directed to me by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dearbom County, Indiana, in that certain cause bearing CAUSE NO. 15C01-1304-MF-082 upon the docket of said Court, wherein Harrison Building and Loan Association is the Plaintiff, and Shawn E. Smith, Wesbanco Bank, Inc., Indiana Department of Revenue and Asset Acceptance LLC are the Defendants, requiring ine to make $57,853.16 including late charges and interest through September 3, 2013, together with attorneys' fees in the amount of ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED AND 00/100 DOLLARS ($1,500.00), and the cost of this action, subject to real estate taxes due thereon, and ordering the sale of real estate hereinafter described. to make assets for the payment of said Decree and for Harrison Building and Loan Association, I will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder on the 24th day of October, 2013 at 1:30 P.M. at the Dearborn County Sheriff's Office in the City of Lawrenceburg. Indiana, the following described tract of real estate, to-wit: LOGAN TOWNSHIP: A part of the West half of said Southwest quarter of Section 15, Township 7 North Range 1 West bounded as follows: Beginning at the Northeast comer of said last named half quarter; thence West to the center of Cranes Run; thence Southwesterly up said creek to an Elm Tree neat a spring; thence East to the line dividing the East and West halves of said Southwest quarter; thence North on said line to the beginning, containing two (2) acres, more or less. Commonly known as 27380 Cranes Run Road, West Harrison. Indiana 47060. Said sale to be made without relief whatsoever from valuation or appraisement laws and is subject to taxes now due and payable. Terms of sale: Cash in hand. The Sheriff will issue a Deed conveying said real estate subject to taxes. DATED AT LAWRENCEBURG, INDIANA, THIS 20th DAY OF AUGUST, 2013. Michael R. Kreinhop Sheriff of Dearborn County Arnold L. McGill, #9488-15 437 Second St, P.O. Box 90 Aurora, Indiana 47001 Phone: (812) 926-0144 Attorney for Plaintiff 40008 P-9-12-R-3t hspaxlp
LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE The City of Greendale Plan Commission will hold a Public Hearing on the 23rd day of September, 2013 at 6:00 o'clock p.m., local time, at the Greendale Utility Building, 510 Ridge Avenue, Greendale, Indiana about the following: (1) A proposal to update Greendale's already existing flood hazard area ordinance, i.e., Greendale Municipal Code, Chapter 151. The geographic area to which this proposal applies is generally the area protected by the Greendale levee and some low lying property adjacent to Tanner's Creek. The proposed changes will make the ordinance consistent with current Indiana Department of Natural Re sources requirements. The proposal includes a penalty provision which provides: Failure to obtain a Floodplain Development Permit in the SFHA or failure to comply with the requirements of a Floodplain Development Permit or conditions of a variance shall be deemed to be a violation of this ordinance. All violations shall be considered a common nuisance and be treated as such in accordance with the provisions of the Zoning Code for the City of Greendale. (1) A separate offense shall be deemed to occur for each day the violation continues to exist. (2) The Floodplain Administrator shall inform the owner that any such violation is considered a willful act to increase flood damages and therefore may cause coverage by a Standard Flood Insurance Policy to be suspended. Nothing herein shall prevent the City from taking such other lawful action to prevent or remedy any violations. All costs connected therewith shall accrue to the person or persons responsible. A copy of each proposal is on file for examination before the hearing at the Greendale Utility Building, 510 Ridge Avenue, Greendale, Indiana. Written objections to the proposal that are filed with the Secretary of the Plan Commission, Steve Lampert, at the Greendale Utility Building, 510 Ridge Avenue, Greendale, Indiana before the hearing will be considered. Oral comments concerning the proposal will be heard at the Public Hearing. The Public Hearing may be continued from time to time as may be found necessary. (2) A proposal to amend Greendale Municipal Code §155.128 Minimum Green Area Required. The geographical area to which this ordinance applies is the local business district. The proposed amendment will increase the minimum green area required for lots of more than one acre from 15% to 20%. (3) A proposal to amend Greendale Municipal Code § 155.130 Parking Lot Green Area Islands Required. The geographical area to which this ordinance applies is the local business district. The proposed amendment will increase the size of required parking lot green area islands from equivalent to one parking space to equivalent to three parking spaces. (4) A proposal to amend Greendale Municipal Code § 155.131 Landscaping. The geographical area to which this ordinance applies is the local business district. The proposed amendment will reduce the number of trees required, allow further reductions where necessary to avoid interference with utilities, and makes more specific the type of trees required. (5) A proposal to amend Greendale Municipal Code § 156.56 Local Business LB-A/Industrial Signs. The proposed amendments will change the height limitation on freestanding signs for single-occupancy buildings from eight feet to eight feet from the center of the street and will change the height limitation on wall-mounted signs from twelve feet to sixteen feet. A copy of each proposal is on file for examination before the hearing at the Greendale Utility Building, 510 Ridge Avenue, Greendale, Indiana. Written objections to the proposal that are filed with the Secretary of the Plan Commission, Steve Lampert, at the Greendale Utility Building, 510 Ridge Avenue, Greendale, Indiana before the hearing will be considered. Oral comments concerning the proposal will be heard at the Public Hearing. The Public Hearing may be continued from time to time as may be found necessary. 40060 C-9-12-R-1t hspaxlp
PUBLIC NOTICE Rule 5 In compliance with 327 IAC 15-5-5(9) (Rule 5), notice is hereby given that grading for construction for a site located on Old U.S. 52 in Harrison Township, located in the Section 13, Township 7 North, Range 1 West, Dearborn county, Indiana and is scheduled to commence in October 2013, and construction completed by March 2015. The NOI application is being submitted to notify IDEM of the intent to comply with the requirements under said code to discharge storm water from construction activities for the project. Run-off from the project site will discharge into the Whitewater River. Questions or comments should be directed to Bayer Becker at (859) 261-1113. 39853 C-9-12-R-2t hspaxlp NOTICE OF SHERIFFʼS SALE TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES: By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dearborn County, Indiana, in Cause No. 15C01-1205-MF-088 wherein The Bank of New York Mellon, was Plaintiff, and Kenneth Ray Riddell, et al were 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 24th day of October, 2013, at the hour of 1:30 PM, or as soon thereafter as is possible, at Dearborn County Jail; 301 W. High Street; Law renceburg, IN in Dearborn County, Indiana, the fee simple of the whole body of Real Estate in Dearborn County, Indiana. A PART OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 33 AND A CONTIGUOUS PART OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 34, TOWNSHIP 7 NORTH, RANGE 2 WEST OF THE FIRST PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN LOCATED IN KELSO TOWNSHIP OF DEARBORN COUNTY, INDIANA DE SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCING AT AN IRON PIN MARKING THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SEC. 33, T7N, R2W; THENCE N 00° 00' 00" E WITH THE EAST LINE OF THE SE 1/4 OF SAID SECTION, 409.62 FEET TO AN IRON PIN, THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE S 90° 00" 00" W, 236.16 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE N 00° 00' 00" E PARALLEL WITH THE SECTION LINE 100.00 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE N 69° 56' 35" E, 94.50 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE N 26° 46' 00" E, 229.20 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE N 72° 02' 05" E (CROSSING INTO SEC. 34 AT 44.98 FEET) A TOTAL DISTANCE OF 149.51 FEET TO A P.K. NAIL; THENCE S 36° 54' 35" E WITH THE CENTERLINE OF YORK RIDGE ROAD 54.08 FEET TO RAILROAD SPIKE; THENCE S 72° 02' 05" W PARALLEL WITH AND FIFTY FEET FROM THE NORTH LINE FOR A DISTANCE OF 179.81 FEET TO AN IRON PIN; THENCE S 00° 00' 00" W WITH THE EAST LINE OF SEC. 33 FOR A DISTANCE OF 294.68 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 1.3281 ACRES (1.1391 ACRES IN SEC. 33 AND 0.1891 OF AN ACRE IN SECTION 34) FROM THE LANDS OF ROSEMARY SCHUCK (DEED RECORD 246, PAGE 551; DEED RECORD 286, PAGE 559 AND DEED RECORD 246, PAGE 548) AND IT IS SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR YORK RIDGE ROAD AS DEDICATED ON MINOR PLAT D9-97-15-94; 33/34-7N-2W-1 FILED WITH THE DEARBORN COUNTY PLAN COMMISION. More Commonly Known As: 8965 York Ridge Road, Guilford, IN 47022 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 Kelso Township Phillip A. Pluister #26544-64 Burke Costanza & Carberry LLP The Sheriffʼs Department does not warrant the accuracy of the street address published herein. 40041 C-9-12-R-3t hspaxlp IN THE CIRCUIT COURT DEARBORN COUNTY, INDIANA GENERAL TERM, 2013 Cause No. 15C01-1304-MF-082 STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OF DEARBORN SS: Harrison Building & Loan Association Plaintiff vs. Shawn E. Smith, Winton Savings and Loan Co., (n/k/a Wesbanco
LEGAL NOTICE OF SELF STORAGE SALE The following personal property stored in the renter's rented space will be sold to satisfy the owner's lien. The sale will take place at the Valley Store and Lock, located at 110 Indiana Ave, Aurora, IN 47001 on September 28, 2013 at 10:30 am. This sale may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Certain terms and conditions apply. Sale will be cash only. The contents of the following renter's rental storage units wiil be auctioned off to satisfy the owner's lien: Bin B-14 David Conner Bin B-33 Betty Ingersol Bin C-29 Geoffrey Washnock Bin C-46 Shane Fields Bin C-40 Karen McCord Bin C-18 Anthony Brown Bin D-16 David Lehnig Bin D- 9 Vivian Cornett Bin D-14 Wilbur Weaver Bin D-29 Crystal Brashears Bin D-37 Ashley Ritchie Bin G-14 Randi Robinson C-9-10-JP-1t C-9-12-RSR-1t 39941 C-9-12-R-1t hspaxlp
DISTRICT COURT CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA Cause No A-13-679341-C - Dept. No.: XVII MICHAEL H. FEDERIGHI, an individual; Plaintiff, v. RICHARD GANNON, an individual; DOE individuals I through X; and ROE corporations I through X, inclusive; Defendants. SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT
v. RICHARD GANNON, an individual; DOE individuals I through X; and ROE corporations I through X, inclusive; Defendants. SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND WITHIN 20 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW. TO THE DEFENDANT: RICHARD GANNON 319 Front Street Lawrenceburg,Indiana 47025 A civil Complaint has been filed by the plaintiff against you for relief set forth in the Complaint. 1. If you intend to defend this lawsuit, within 20 days after this Summons is served on you exclusive of the day of service, you must do the following: a. File with the Clerk of this Court, whose address is shown below, a formal written response to the Complaint in accordance with the rules of the Court. 1b. Serve a copy of your response upon the attorney whose name and address is shown below. 2. Unless you respond, your default will be entered upon application of the plaintiff and this Court may enter a judgment against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint, which could result in the taking of money or property or other relief requested in the Complaint. 3. If you intend to seek the advice of an attorney in this matter, you should do so promptly so that your response may be filed on time. Steve D. Grierson, CLERK OF THE COURT H. Stan Johnson, Esq. Nevada Bar No. 00265 COHEN-JOHNSON, LLC E. Warm Springs Rd., Suite 100 Las Vegas, NV 89119 Attorneys for Plaintiff 39410 C-8-29-R-4t hspaxlp
SHERIFFʼS SALE NOTICE TO THE OWNERS OF THE WITHIN DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the Clerk of Dearborn Circuit Court of Dearborn County, Indiana, in Cause No. 15C01-1304-MF-0084 wherein Nationstar Mortgage LLC was Plaintiff, and John M. Wahl, Joy Wahl and Greater Cincinnati Credit Union were Defendants requiring me to make the sum as provided for in said Decree with interest and cost, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder on the 24 day of October, 2013, at the hour of 1:30PM, or as soon as thereafter as is possible, at Sheriff's Office at Law Enforcement Center, 301 W. High Street the fee simple of the whole body of Real Estate in Dearborn County, Indiana. Lot Number Three (3) as marked, laid out and designated on the Recorded Plat of Sunset Acres, Section 1, as recorded in Plat Cabinet 2 on Slide 392 in the Office of the Recorder of Dearborn County, Indiana. Commonly known address: 20928 North County Line Road, Milan, IN 47031 Parcel No./ Tax Id #: 15-04-22-500-001.009-019 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 Township: Manchester The Sheriff's Department does not warrant the accuracy of the street address published herein. Stephanie A. Reinhart (25071-06) Gail C. Hersh, Jr. (26224-15) Sarah E. Willms (28840-64) John R. Cummins (11532-10) Chris Wiley (26936-10) Miranda D. Bray (23766-30) Manley Deas Kochalski LLC P.O. Box 441039 Indianapolis, IN 46244 Telephone: 614-222-4921 Attorneys for Plaintiff 39790 C-9-12-R-3t hspaxlp
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 12, 2012 2013
THE DEARBORN COUNTY REGISTER
MAKING THE GRADE Sprague makes Butler’s dean’s list
Butler University is proud to announce the Dean’s List for the spring semester of the 20122013 academic year. Recipients range from freshman to sixthyear pharmacy students. Included on the list is Emma Sprague of Lawrenceburg. Degree-seeking undergraduate students at Butler who carry at least 12 academic hours in a given semester are eligible for the Dean’s List in the college in which they are enrolled. Students on the list are in the top 20 percent of their college, as determined by the semester grade point average of all eligible students in each college. Challenging and enabling students to meet their personal and professional goals has guided Butler University since 1855. Today, Butler is a nationally recognized comprehensive university that blends the liberal arts with first-rate pre-professional programs. It seeks to prepare each graduate not simply to make a living but to make a life of purpose, in which personal flourishing is intertwined with the welfare of others. Butler is known for its vibrant campus, superior academics and dedicated faculty. The University enrolls more than 4,700 undergraduate and graduate students in six academic colleges: Arts, Business, Communication, Education, Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Located just six miles from downtown Indianapolis, Butler’s urban setting affords students internship opportunities that provide excellent graduate school and career preparation.
Ivy Tech annonces recent dean’s list
The dean’s list, prepared and published each term, gives recognition to degree- seeking students who achieve a minimum 3.50 grade point average. Included on the list: Sarah Abshear, Julie Allison, Rhonda Anderson, Robyn Andrews, Eddie Annerton, Katelyn Ashbrook, Sarah Aune, Danielle Badinghaus, Stephanie Baer, Tara Bailey, Tasheena Bailey, Kasi Baker, Richard Baker, Brittany Bales, Tiffany Barrett, Amanda Barry, Kaylee Beasley, Lyndsay Benson, Heather Bertenshaw, Jorene Bills, Tammy Borgman, Darren Bounds, Teresa Bounds, Christine Bowers, Scott Brackett, Darrell Brasey, Collin Browning, Sherry Bruce, Nick Budd, Kaitlyn Buddenberg, Chloe Bugni, Amy Burchett, Keylee Burrier, Erin Butt, Christi Caldwell, Matthew Calvert, Gregory Campbell, David Carey, Paul Carr, Leslie Cassidy, Veronica Chapman, Gwen Charvat, Jo Claar, Angela Clark, Stephen Clark, Tina Clark, Jennifer Clingner, Cara Collins, Diana Conrad, Teea Cook, Douglas Cooke, Sarah Cox, Tammy Cox, Jason Craig, Sheree Craig, Bailey Crane, Rachel Cutter, Cynthia Dabbelt, Amanda Davis, Melissa Davis, Ashley Day, Mary Day, Allison Demaree, Karen Denning, Tami Dicken, Samantha Doe, Michael Down, Debra Dresselhaus, Kristen Duerstock, Marah Duncan, Kayla Effing, Benjamin Eisert, Diane Elza, Roberta Elza, Teresa Eshelman, Jessica Faller, Brian Ferguson, Valerie Fessler, Miranda Fletcher, Tonya Fletcher, Anthony Forthofer, Angela Fox, Kerri Fox, Kimberly Fox, Andrew French, Brittany Frick, Betsy Fulmer, Christopher Garlatti, Lynzie Garner, Rebekah Garrett, Victoria Garrett, Brittany Gayheart, Rebecca Geisler, Lukas Gentry, Adrianna Geraci, Mandilyn German, Jerry Gibler, Korrine Gick, Charles Gilardi, Kristie Gilb, Patricia Giltner, Maureen Girdler, Francis Glaser, Amber Gonzalez, Alexander Grace, Brittany Gray, Jennifer Gwinner, Roberta Haas,Deborah Hampton, Kimberly Harmeyer, Sarah Hauser, Rebecca Hawk, Ariel Hays, Guy Heath, Amanda Hedger, Nick Heil, Gary Held, Victoria Henderson, Sarah Herth, Nicole Hilliker, Amber Hinds, Carrie Hobbs, Michael Hoffman, Dorothy Hoffmann, Matthew Hofmann, Janet Hogston, Janet Hon, Chris Honeycutt, Amy Hoover, Joseph Hudson, Talena Huff, Christina Hughes, Dylan Hughes, Shari Hull, Hayden Hummel, Emilee Hurd, Zachary Insprucker, Amy Jackey, Kimberly Jacobs, Cory Jewett, Carrie Johns, Alainie Johnson, Chelsey Johnson, Scott Johnson, Abby Jones, Elizabeth Jones, Jeremy Jones, Michael Kelly, Matthew Kennedy, Michelle Kennedy, Andrew Ketron, Elizabeth Kissell, Joshua Kissell, Erin Klump, Kramer, Shobey Day, Shaunda Krentz, David Kroner, Lynn Laker, Alexandria Lamping, Kim Lane, Katie Lazarus, Kari Lemons, Stacy Lewis, James Liddle, Stephanie Lloyd Konieczny, Lydia Lockhart, Jeffrey Lockwood, Karla Lorey, Karla Lorey, Michele Luhring, Rebeka
Lunsford, Misty Lutz, Ricky Marksberry, Tatijana Marsee, Matthew Martin, Jessica McAdams, Mandy McAdams, Sarah McConnell, James McCracken, Mindy McFarland, Suzanne McLain, Sarah Meadows, Yalonda Meadows, Victoria Mendoza, Kelsie Messer, Chelsea Meyers, Dawn Michael, Elizabeth Miles, Cynthia Miller, Melanie Miller, Stacey Miller, Travis Miller, Evers Minniti, Mary Moeller, Tamara Quinn, Sarah Montgomery, Alicia Moore, Timothy Moore, Katelyn Moorehead, Joseph Morton, Kristina Mulford, Audra Muncy, Deborah Murphy-Patton, Jacqueline Murray, Rebecca Muschong, Emmalea Musselman, Douglas Nagele, Theresa Norman, Andrew Oaldon, Anna Ochs, Genene Orndorff, Korey Padgett, Hilda Palacios, Sara Panaro, Terri Parker, Bernadine Patten, Christopher Pennington, Melissa Perleberg, Toni Peterson, Austin Pflum, Cheryl Pierce, Esther Pierce, Rebecca Pineda, Vanessa Poore, Jacob Powers, Ashley Preston, Pamela Proctor, Michael Pruss, Will Putnam, Jessica Raftery, Mary Richards, Richard Richardson, Kanokwan Richter, Carie Rigdon, Robert Roads, Elizabeth Robers, Danielle Rogers, Tracy Rosenberger, Bethany Ross, Kayla Rouse, Angela Sabino, Denise Sawyer, Zachary Schaufert, Natalie Scheele, Adam Schiller, Shane Schirmer, Carol Schmidt, Peter Schmitt, Sarah Schoentrup, Meredith Scudder, Tanner Scudder, Taylor Scudder, Karen Seymour, Jenna Shelley, Heidi Shields, Heidi Slagle, Amanda Smith, Amber Smith, Amy Smith, Teresa Smith, Nancy Somers, Carolyn Sorber, Nicholas Stapleton, Michele Stein, Richard Strasemeier, Danielle Strothman, Joseph Stuart, Kimberly Stutler, Christina Swinford, Brittany Swinney, Georgia Tate, Mitchell Taylor, Irene Thielmann, Charjeana Thomas, Jacob Thomas, Anna Thompson, Robyn Tibbetts, Harold Tice, Mendi Tidwell, Minh Tran, Alva Troyer, Shaina Veeneman, Isaac Veid, Jordan Vinup, Andrew Voelker, Rachael Wade, Laura Waldmann, Jennifer Wantuck, Rebecca Weaver, Ashley Weldishofer, Samuel Wessel, Kimber Wheeler, Ashley Whitaker, Ronna Whitaker Corey White, Lisa White, Joshua Wickizer, Sarah Wiedeman, Diana Wilcox, Stephen Williams, Susan Williamson, Amy Wilson, Kimberly Wilson, J. Wismann, Andrea Woolums, Jennifer Workman, Tammara, Worthington, Brittney Wullenweber, Michael Wyllys, Michael Wynn, Elizabeth York, TyRon York, Pasqual Yung.
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AURORA HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1946
Classmates in the class of 1946 met recently at Bob Evans Restaurant for an informal get-together to reminisce about their high school days and socialize. Those attending, pictured, starting from left: Manetta Velma (Lewis) Glenn; Marjorie (Baxter) Ryle; Bob Tufts; Tom Ward; Howard and Lillian Faye (Skidmore) Ross; Gib Houze and Doris Houze; Alma Leah (Witte) Trennepohl, who organized the event; Mildred and Ed Dierking. Alma took many pictures. Ed is enjoying a box of cookies that he won as did Gib and Bob. Whirligigs were won by Manetta, Marjorie and Faye. A time of looking at old annuals and old pictures and newspaper articles was shared with each other.
Take a step back in time this weekend The historic town of Canaan will host the 49th Annual Canaan Fall Festival and the 47th Annual Pony Express Mail Run Friday, Sept. 13 and Saturday, Sept. 14. The festival opens at 3 p.m. Friday. Here are some of the events: ■■ Country music Friday evening and Canaan Fire Company’s Fish sandwiches. ■■47th Annual Pony Express Mail Run/Canaan Post office Saturday, Sept. 14, bring or send your cards and letters to Carolyn S. Hankins, Postmaster, 8988 N Canaan Main St. Canaan IN 47224. Come and visit. Phone number is 812839-4600. ■■At 1 p.m. on Saturday, mail will go by horseback from Canaan to Madison Ind. a distance of about 16 miles, Riders this year are from a Civil War Re-enactment group. Riders will be sworn in by Kimberly Hernly A/MPOO from Indianapolis. ■■Old Fashioned parade at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday; contact Nanci or Joe Liles at 812-
839-6855. ■■Pie baking contest: Dig out that rolling pin and your favorite pie recipe and enter our contest. Contact Stacy Gray 812-839-3588. ■■Vintage tractors in the parade and on display, contact Ernie Crawley 812-839-3509 or Bill Hankins 812-667-5269. ■■1:30 p.m.: Frog jumping contest followed by kids games, stage-sack race, egg toss, water balloons, wheel barrel. ■■6 p.m. Saturday: Indiana Boots and Jeans ■■8 p.m. Saturday night: Live band - Diamond Back ■■While in Canaan visit the Kremer Museum, eight rooms of authentic antiquesincludes three generations of family furnishings from the early 1800’s. Hours 1 to 5 p.m. each day, other times by appointment ■■Chief White Eye Painting contest: Chief White Eye was a notorious renegade Indian chief from this area and Jefferson County and surround-
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Lyndsay Minnich, the daughter of Richard and Pam Minnich and Jesse Laub, son of Mary and John Laub were married on June 22, 2013. The wedding was at St. Paul United Church of Christ in North College Hill, Ohio with the reception following at Drees Pavilion in Devou Park Covington, Ky. After a honeymoon in Jamaica, the couple will reside in Hidden Valley Lake. The bride a 2009 graduate of South Dearborn High School also a 2012 graduate of Chatham University in Pittsburg Pa. with a degree in Biology, works for Advanced Testing Laboratory at Proctor and Gamble. The groom a 2007 graduate of Lawrenceburg High School also a 2012 graduate of Northern Kentucky University with a degree in Computer Information Technology works for Advanced Testing Laboratory in Blue Ash as a Systems Administrator. Both are volunteer swim coaches for Special Olympics Indiana Ripley-Ohio-Dearborn.
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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. “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. 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 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. On Friday, Sept. 13 the market will enjoy the music of Jim McBride from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy great music and shopping at the market. For further information please contact Linda Johnson at 812-637-3898 or Judy Greer at 812-637-3015. 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. The next meeting is Sept. 17, at 10 a.m.. For more information call 765-629 2720. Artists needed for Arts Alive! 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.
Bingo and Kitchen Everyone welcome every Friday night at VFW Post #5312, Aurora. Earlybirds at 6:30 p.m. and regular games start at 7 p.m. Kitchen opened from 5 to 8 p.m. Looking for new members to join the Veteran’s of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary. New Hours VFW Post #5312, Aurora is now open only Wednesdays and Fridays from 3 to 10 p.m. School House Museum Farmers Retreat, four miles west of Dillsboro on Ind. 62 next to St. John’s Lutheran Church. Open Sundays in October, 2 to 4 p.m. Fall tours by appointment. We welcome school and scout groups, families and individuals. Call 812-432-5401 or 812-6675330. No Charge.
Thursday Sept. 12
“Your Thoughts and Opinions” on key issues facing America and Indiana today Thursday Sept. 12, 7 p.m. For information on topics and guidelines, see wethehoosiers.com. The meeting will be held at the Lawrenceburg Fire Dept, Tate Street. Public encouraged to attend. Sponsored by We the Hoosiers. This month We The Hoosiers is offering attendees the opportunity to give their thoughts and opinions on key issues facing America today. The topics include: Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), Common Core, citizen responsibility, Congressional Responsibility and IRS and other scandals. Remarks will be limited to three minutes. Speakers will be chosen at random after having selected their topic. Remarks should be intended to educate and be fact based, rather than inflammatory. The intent of the meeting is broaden knowledge on the above topics and to help the listener begin to formulate his own course of action in response to the information. For more information, please visit wethehoosiers.com.
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2013 Walk to End Alzheimer’s The Alzheimer’s Support Groups of Southeast Indiana, Inc. invites you to our 2013 Walk to End Alzheimer’s, a 5K Walk Saturday, Sept. 14 at the Dearborn Trail in downtown Lawrenceburg at 10 a.m., registration begins at 9 a.m. in the Ivy Tech Lobby Last year was our first “Walk” and we want to continue this memorable and fun event. Please come walk with us. This will be our only fundraising event of the year although gifts and memorial donations are welcome anytime. Since 1994, Alzheimer’s Support Groups of Southeast Indiana, Inc has organized and conducted family support group meetings in our area and provided educational opportunities and materials to community groups and individuals. Our organization consists entirely of volunteers. The funds that we raise are used for operating expenses including a toll free help line, 888-422-2691. We donate money for research into the cause and possible treatments for the disease. We work with family and professional caregivers with the goal of enhancing the quality of life of everyone who is touched by Alzheimer’s disease. Call us on our toll free number 1-888-422-2691 or e-mail email@example.com if you have any questions.
Komen~ programs. For more information and to register, go to www.komencincinnati.org ALS Walk Third annual Rising Sun-Ohio County Walk for ALS Saturday, Sept. 14, 9 a.m. at the Senior Citizen Building and Community Pool parking lot, 510 S. Mulberry St., Rising Sun. Registration from 8 to 9 a.m. Registration is $15; make checks payable to ALS Association. Walk will begin in Shiner Park behind the school and pool. Sponsored by Rising Sun Lions Club in honor of Beryl Whitham Taylor and Steve Whitham and all who are affected by ALS. Donations will go to ALS Association Indiana Chapter. “A Toast to the Timeless Bride” Tea at Hillforest Museum. As the season changes, come for “a cuppa” warmth with family and friends at Hillforest’s “A Toast to the Timeless Bride” tea. Enjoy a three-course tea of delectable treats served in the Hillforest parlor. Then view the display of antique and vintage wedding gowns currently featured at the historic home. Cost: Hillforest memFriday, Sept. 13, bers-$22, non-members $25. For Saturday, Sept. 14 reservations Call 812-926-0087 or Canaan Fall Festival visit www.hillforest.org. Hillforest 49th annual Canaan Fall Festival is located at 213 Fifth Street, AuFriday and Saturday, Sept. 13 rora and is open for tours Tuesand Sept. 14. Flea market, crafts, day-Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. parade, pony express mail run, The Moores Hill Community is inentertainment, cornhole tourna- viting everyone out to an afterment, tractor display, pie baking noon of free entertainment and contest. For more information: free food. Come with your family 812-839-4770, 812-667-5269, and friends and have fun on us 812-839-4600, 812-839-3111, Saturday, Sept. 14, 11 a.m. to 6 812-839-3510, 812-839-3371, p.m., at Moores Hill Fire Depart812-839-3509, 812-839-3588. ment, right off Ind. 350 in Manchester behind Lil’ Hoosiers ResSaturday, Sept. 14 taurant. We will be serving hamAnnual Susan G. Komen Greater burgers, hot dogs, drinks and Cincinnati Race for the Curemore. Homemade desserts. Starts and ends at Great AmeriChristian Bands Life after Life and can Ballpark in downtown Cincin- Julie Nickell. Kids entertainment: nati on Saturday, Sept. 14. All games, face painting and balloon funds from the Komen Race for animals. Informational boothsthe Cure go to research, educalearn about the resources your tion, screening and treatment community offers. Free hair cuts, nail painting, and Door Prizes. Supported by Reflect the Light ministry. Community Church Service Sunday. Sept. 15 starting at 10:30 a.m. at the same site. All faiths welcome to join us. With autumn just a turn of the calendar page away, now The Prayer Walkers, a Dearborn is the time to think about how to best attract birds to the & Ohio Counties American Cancer Society Relay for Life Team, backyard feeder this fall and winter. What types of feeders will be having a book sale Satare best? What types of seed? And what about those pesky urday Sept. 14, from 9 a.m. to 3 squirrels? p.m. at Glitter Girls Estate Sale Expert birder and naturalist Matt Stenger will answer located at 9639 Ind. 62, Dillsthose questions at more at a free program, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. boro, Ind. Stop and shop on your Tuesday, Sept. 17 at the Lawrenceburg Public Library, 150 way to the Friendship Shoot and support ACS in their efforts to Mary St. “Attracting Birds to Your Backyard This Fall” is spon- finish the fight for a cure. Cherie sored by the Friends of the Lawrenceburg Library District. Rump 812-432-5648; Sallie The Friends of the Library is a non-profit organization Vilardo 812-907-0167; Tami Shelton 812-290-5486 of community members that provides “extras” to enhance P.A.W.S. Adoption Saturday the Lawrenceburg and North Dearborn Branch libraries Sept. 14 at Jack’s Pets and their services. Membership dues and proceeds from Cats and dogs from the P.A.W.S. the organization’s sales and events help to provide special Humane Center will be available library activities and materials, and to purchase library for adoption inside Jack’s Pets, located at New Haven Center equipment and furnishings. For further information, call the Lawrenceburg Library near 200 Biggs Boulevard in Harrison. Hours are 10 a.m. to 2 at 812/537-2775. p.m. For info contact Janet 513-
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910-2728. Free Movie Prevent Child Abuse of Dearborn/ Ohio Counties is sending a special invitation to school moms, grandmas, female teachers and mentors, and their children for “A Date with Mom,” Saturday, Sept. 14, 10:30 a.m. for a free movie at Greendale Cinema. All children must be accompanied by a parent or adult age 18 or older. Not responsible for accidents. Buzz About Bees On Saturday, Sept. 14 from 1 to 3 p.m., a program on honey bees will be held at Lee Bottom Flying Field in Hanover, Ind. Local and state beekeepers will be on hand to discuss everything about bees Bring the kids to this informational event, taste different varieties of honey, watch the buzzing planes, and spend the rest of the day visiting the historic town of nearby Madison, Ind. Admission is free. For more information and directions: www.ThingsThatBuzz.com
Monday. Sept. 16
Farm Bureau Meeting Dearborn County Farm Bureau, Inc. will hold its monthly meeting at 6 p.m. at the Farm Bureau office located at 722 Green Blvd., Aurora. Students from East Central FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) will perform about a 20 program at the start of the meeting. All Farm Bureau members are invited to attend.
Tuesday, Sept. 17
Indiana Farm Bureau Crohns and Colitis Foundation Benefit-Lawrenceburg Pizza Hut 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. District 10 Fall Meeting Tuesday, Sept. 17, registration: 10:30 a.m. at John Hays Center Stevens Memorial Museum 307 E. Market St., Salem, Ind. Door prizes. For more information: 812-599-7987 or firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-592-2121 or email@example.com
Wednesday, Sept. 18
College Fair 2013 South Dearborn High School will host a regional college fair that is open to all area high school stu-
PAGE 9B dents and their parents on Wednesday, Sept. 18, 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the cafeteria. Representatives from over fifty Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio colleges will attend.
Thursday, Sept. 19
The Food and Growers Association of Laughery Valley and Environs, FGA, announces the date for its annual meeting. All FGA
members and the public are invited to attend the annual meeting Thursday, Sept. 19, at 6:30 p.m. at Batesville Intermediate School Cafeteria. The meeting is free for FGA members and $10 for non-members. Reservations are appreciated by Friday, Sept. 13 and can be made by calling Kathy Cooley at 812-934-6677 or emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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VETERAN PERFORMS COIN TOSS
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 27, 2013 2012
K.J. OFF AND RUNNING
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South Dearborn 1999 graduate and Armed Forces veteran James Murray (third from left) performed the ceremonial coin toss prior to Friday's Knights home football game with Batesville. Looking on were SD captains Dalton Cisco (51), Brad Bruner (44) and Josh Proctor (20), with Batesville's Zach Hall (73) and Noah Gausman (62).
to No. 1 Columbus East. Pair of one-point EIAC losses, to L'burg and Batesville, resulted in a 1-4 league mark. Senior RB Layne Harnishfeger rushed for 845 yards and nine TDs in 2012. Junior QB Kohl Holmes was backup to Brett Campbell. WR Jesse Cox and Jacob Gray are veterans. Three O-line starters return, with eight back on defense, including thirdyear LBs Harnishfeger and Chase Halloran. Strength of schedule doesn't favor the Cats, whose opponents so far are a combined 3-6, to EC foes' 6-1. COACHES' QUOTES: Justin Roden, East Central (1st year) “Franklin County is very physical and play smash mouth football. Harnishfeger and Halloran are tough and possess the ability to score at any time. In an addition, Holmes manages the offense well and Cox and Gray do a great job at the receiver position. Up front they are big and strong on both lines. It should be a physical football game. We need to keep eliminating mistakes and play turnover-free football. We also need to do a better job of preventing big plays. Who said anything about injuries? What injuries? “
County (32-13) and Connersville (28-20 last week) after dropping the opener to Shelbyville 38-28. Three starters are back on offense, including senior QB Andy Meadows, the top returning rusher AND passer. Junior Trent Black, taking over at fullback, netted 192 yards on 32 totes last week at Connersville. His 19-yard TD with 59 seconds left iced the victory. Meadows also had a TD keeper of 30 yards. Defense returns four starters, including Colton Black at LB, Trent Black and Meadows in the secondary and 220-pounder Matt Scheumann up front. Play EIAC 3A division rivals L’burg, Batesville (Oct. 4) and Rushville (Oct. 18) all at home. COACHES' QUOTES: Ryan Knigga, Lawrenceburg (3rd year) - “ Greensburg is always a great game. We have had some battles the past two years. They are a unique opponent to prepare for. The good news is we had a dress rehearsal last Friday against Milan. I think we have learned from the Milan film, and I think our kids now know and understand what it takes to defend the option. Greensburg is very physical and big up front. Their offensive line is very good at what they do, and their quarterback and fullback make that system work. Anytime you play an option
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team, you need to be locked in and you need to do your job every play. It is a scheme where they are depending on you not to do your job over and over. Their middle linebacker is solid. We do not need ‘hero’ ball this week. We need assignment football and players doing their job. There will be two very contrasting styles of play. So, if you enjoy old-school option football and the new spread attack, this game will be a must-see.”
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Lawrenceburg's Konner (K.J.) Jackson (11), off and running toward his combined 256 offensive yards (134 receiving, 122 rushing) in Friday's 39-38 comeback victory at Milan, straight-arms a would-be Indians tackler during first-half action.
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football sectional title. COACHES' QUOTES: Chris Nobbe, South Dearborn (1st year)– “Both teams are in the same boat at 0-3 now. We’re both trying to get something positive going. Connersville has good athletes going both ways. Their front seven in the box on defense are all aggressive kids. Offensively, they spread it a bit, but still run the I-formation or Power I, primarily, with
one or two tight ends. We’re hoping to continue to build our offense. We’ve put some drives together in the last two weeks. We’re just not able to finish them. Having no penalties in last week’s game was a huge positive for a young team like ours. But we can certainly do a better job of being aggressive. We have a lot of young kids who are just trying to learn the game. Every day is a teaching day.”
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Drivers Wanted. Class A CDL. Clean Driving Re cord. Experience a Plus. Hourly Pay. Koppʼs Turkey Sales 513-367-4133 DRIVERS! Stone Belt Freight puts drivers first! Competitive pay! Home weekends! Excellent benefits! Pre-loaded trailers. Call Kelsy, 888-272-0961.
Immediately hiring for front desk clerk, must have 1 year sales, marketing, office experience. Apply in person at Holiday Inn Express, Harrison. Insurance Agency has opening for full time CSR. Position requires a minimum 3 years experience and hold a Property & Casualty insurance li cense. Please send re sume to 307 Harrison Ave., Harrison, Ohio 45030 C/O Box 1.
Drivers: Regional!! Insurance/Inspector Needed for Out and Back Millennium Information Runs at our Florence, KY Services is looking for inlocation. Recently Raised dependent Mileage&Assessorial Pay. contractors to perform ex$500 Sign-On Bonus. Im- terior residential property proved regional pay scale, insurance direct deposit. QualCom inspections in a local terriwith ELOG. Paid Orienta- tory. Earnings based on tion. Must have: TWIC number of card, CDL-A with Hazmat inspections you complete. and Tanker Endorsement. Ideally, should be cur18mon current T/T exp. or rently in 24 months out of past business performing like 48mon. Highway Transwork. You will need the port Chemical. "Safety Fofollowing items cused Quality Driven, our to begin: Dependable vehiCSA rating reflects our cle, digital camera, meascommitment" uring wheel, EOE/M/F/V/D Apply online fold-up 17 foot ladder & at www.drive4hyttchemi- PC with high-speed Intercal.com Call 800-390-3344 net access. To ext 208 learn more about Millennium and to register online, please visit us at www.millinfo.com and regDrivers: Short Haul get ister on our employment home 2-3 times a week & page in your OTR Openings! No-touch state under field operafreight, newer Pete's and great p a y / b e n e f i t s : tions/Independent Property Inspector. (877)660-0474
EXPERIENCED TAX PREPARER. Training includes: software, FAFSA & Affordable Care Act. PTIN cost paid. Limited Posi tions. Hiring Now for Winter. Flexible Hours. Liberty Drivers, Needed/Greens- Tax. burg IN: Company Drivers Lburg/Harrison/Colerain $1100/WkGTD, Owner/Op 513-801-9129 $2100/Wk GTD. Dedicated Account, Get Home Every Week,Class A-CDL + Tank Flatbed Drivers. New Pay + Hazmat, Call DistTech at Scale - Start @ .37 cpm. 800 871-4581 Op #2,Apply Up to .04 cpm Mileage bonus. Home weekends. InOnline www.thekag.com surance & 401K. Apply @ Boydandsons.com 800-648-9915
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1124 Westfield- Brand New Listing! Beautifully refinished 3 bdrm, 2 bath home with updates thru-out incl new flooring, paint, kitchen, baths. Fam rm w/ brick fp & woodburning insert. Lg fenced yard w/deck. Must see! $129,900 Todd Bischoff 513-616-0655. B1660H 127 Joyce- Just Reduced! Brick/stone ranch home, full bsmt, wood flrs, sunken living room w/brick fp, updated elec, newer roof /wndws, att. 2 car gar, 20x20 patio, oversized fenced yard. $139,900. Todd Bischoff 513-616-0655. B1659H 110 S Hill- Nice cape cod in heart of Harrison, full bsmt, new flooring & kitchen, new wndws in LL, det. 1 car gar, room to expand in unfinished 2nd flr. $89,900. Todd Bischoff 513-616-0655
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Lead carpenter needed. Minimum 10 years experience in residential and commercial. Must have valid drivers license with a clean driving record. Send resume with five working references: P.O. Box 3579 Lawrenceburg, IN 47025
Local Christian Confer ence and Retreat Center has opening for part-time cooks helpers and dishwashers. Must be available for AM and PM shifts as well as weekends. Part-time housekeepers wanted Hours include weekdays and some weekends. Call (812)637-3777, Mon.-Fri. 9a.m.-4:30p.m. Or leave a message after office hours. Maverickʼs Firewater Grill is NOW HIRING Cooks & Servers. Accepting applications everyday between 2-5pm. Stop in to apply at 523 E. Ead Prkway Lawrenceburg.
Need several actors for new live haunted attraction. Near E-Town/Lawrenceburg. Must be at least 17, responsible & serious. Required to work every Fri.& Sat. evening in October. If your passion is to scare, we need you. Visit www.highway50frightfarm.com or call 812-584-1100. Get your scream on!
Optometric Assistant Part time position. Seeking hard-working responsible individual to assist with general office duties, computer entry, phones, appointments, billing insurance, patient testing, and dispensing eyewear. Must be able to work every other Saturday till 1:00. Send resume to Michael Ringel, O.D.; 1003 Harrison Ave., Suite 100; Harrison, OH 45030.
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Register Publications has open positions in mailroom, stuffing in serts. Starts daily at 8a.m.. Must have reliable transportation, valid drivers license and be able to stand for long periods of time. Must be 18 years old or older. Apply in person at Register Publications, 126 West High Street, Lawrenceburg, Indiana. EOE
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812.637.2220 CSTONEREALTY.COM WEST HARRISON: REAL ESTATE AUCTION: 114 acres. Sept 19 @ 6p.m. Log onto www.lutzauctions.com for terms and conditions. BRIGHT: 3 bed, 2.5 bath custom built ranch has full basement w/walkout. Tiered composite decking and extensive upgrades. $299,900 LOGAN: PRICE REDUCED! Remodeled farmhouse w/4 bed, 2 full bath newly updated & 2 half bath. Bonus rm above 3 car attached garage, kitchen has new countertops & flrs. $169,900 LAWRENCEBURG: Affordable living with a great view! 2 bed condo w/community pool, workout rm, & clubhouse. $89,900 HVL: Rare find! 1788 sq ft open flr plan ranch on 3 lots, 5 car attached garage, 40x50x16 detached garage w/electric & heat. Perfect for large RV’s & boats. $259,900 SUNMAN: 33 acres w/driveway, water, & electric. $99,900 LOGAN: 55 acres w/2 home sites, city water & gas @ rd. $244,900 LOGAN: Lots 3 & 4 of Morgan’s Ridge Subdivision. Large lake, 6.78 acres, all city utilities available. $149,900 LOGAN: Lot 5 of Morgan’s Ridge Subdivision, all city utilities available, .76 acres. $29,900
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In home daycare in Bright, Indiana has immediate openings for your child. Full or part-time. Monday-Friday. 6AM-6PM. 27 years experience and great references. 513-582-7380.
AIRLINE CAREERS begin here- Get FAA approved Aviation Tech training. Financial aid if qualified. Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation Institute of Preschool, plus all day Maintenance care in Harrison. Licensed 877-523-5807 www.FixJets.com AC0901 teacher fosters social and emotional development. Full preschool curriculum, fenced yard. 2 minutes EXTRA INCOME!!!!! from I-74. Erica Work 9am-1pm, 1pm-5pm (513)368-7271. or 5pm-9pm. Choose your schedule. Hourly+Bo nus=$14-$18/hour. Take FREE Tax Training workshop. Small book fee. Liberty Tax, Lawrenceburg, Harrison, Colerain. Call Achs Services - Heating and Air conditioning. All 513-801-9129 types and models, hot water heaters, light electrical and plumbing. Licensed and insured. (513)668-3775 (765)647-0439.
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Plant trays & pots recycled at Chanʼs Plant Sale, 109 N. High St. (IN. 56) Rising Sun. Leave on or call Safety & Dispatch Support p o r c h for local Trucking Com - 812-438-3182. pany. WC, HR and Insurance background and computer literate in all of- PROFESSIONAL JEWELRY CLEANING & SILfice programs. VER POLISHING! 43 YRS www.huffcontractorsinc.co EXPERIENCE, YOU WILL LOVE TO WEAR IT WE m or call ( 812)637-5193 GUARANTEE IT! DAILY SPECIALS. 806 NOWLIN AVE, GREENDALE. Teachers/Directors, Moti- 812-577-0126 vated and marketing skills needed. Credentials plus experience. Benefits and top pay. (859)727-6148.
Open Sun. 1-3! Harrison- 10160 West Rd- 3BR, 1BA, covered deck, fenced rear yard, 1 car att. gar. Close to high school. $135,900. Open Sun. 12-2! Miami Heights -7661 Dog Trot- 5BR, 2BA, 2 story on approx. 3/4 acre. $154,900. Thinking of buying or selling? Call us for all your real estate needs!
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GREENDALE- 527 Ridge Ave - This historic 2-story brick 5 br, 2.5 ba home provides the luxury of yesterdays. Character and rich architectural details. Original wdwrk, open staircase, 6 fireplaces. Formal dining rm, newly remodeled eat-in kitchen. Upscale first floor bath. lg yard, 4-car +additional 1 car all for $315,000. Stop by and see me Sunday!
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Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch home in Aurora. Tile and carpet throughout. 2 car garage. Deck with access from living room and master bedroom. Grand master bath with jacuzzi tub. A sunny and open floor plan. Sitting on about 1/2 acre, beautifully landscaped. A great place to call home. $169,900. 108 Deborah Drive, Aurora, IN 47001. Call 859-322-5351 or visit www.108deborah.com for more details.
Qualified candidates must have a minimum of 6 months sales/ customer service experience. Must be able to type a minimum of 25 WPM and meet accuracy requirements. Excellent verbal communication skills. $8.50 per hour plus comm. Paid Training - Employee Discounts For a phone interview call toll-free/EOE
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Lisaʼs Cleaning Service Residential, office, rentals and apartments. Monthly, weekly, bi-weekly, or one time. Fully insured. De Bowman Painting and gen- pendable. Free estimates. Absolutely no trespassing, eral contractor. Interior /ex- Call (812)637-9171 or cell hunting, fishing, swim terior painting, commercial (513)256-0698. ming, trapping, horseback and residential. Roofing riding, woodcutting, motorand remodeling, custom ized bikes, quad runners, staining, high pressure or 4-wheelers allowed for washing. Free estimates. Quality photography by any reason. Not responsiCall (812)689-6771 or Bob Mattingly. Family ble for accidents or injury (812)537-4677. groups, sports, groups & to anyone, Violators will be general photography. prosecuted at their own expense to the full extent Bowman Tree Service. Call 812-438-3182. of the law on the property Trimming, topping, tree reof G.E. Stacy, 27357 moval, lot clearing, storm Stacy Lane, 1905 Pinhook damage, fully insured and Rickʼs Construction, Free Rd., West Harrison, Ind., free estimates. Call estimates, Fully insured, 47060. (812)537-4677. Electric, Plumbing, Room ATTENTION SLEEP APadditions, Decks, Roofing, NEA SUFFERERS with Remodeling and Siding. Medicare. Get CPAP ReMonroe Excavating, o r placement Supplies at little Hauling, LLC Limestone, 8 1 2 - 6 6 7 - 5 4 5 7 812-871-4793 or NO COST, plus FREE Topsoil, Fill Dirt, Mulch, home delivery! Best of all, Sand, Gravel, Driveways prevent red skin sores and Demolition, Digging, bacterial infection! Call Basements, Dump Truck, Bobcat, Track Underground utilities, ex- 888-696-5125 Hoe Work C a l l cavation, demolition, haul- Not responsible for anyCall Larry (812)926-1995 or ing. bodyʼs debts other than 513-218-8365. Reason(513)310-0835 my own. Bonnie Seal able rates.
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Greendale Self - Storage Indoor storage available 24 hour access. Call (812)537-3131 or (812)637-1787. Handyman, very inexpensive. No job to big or small. Experienced, HVAC, plumbing, carpentry, yard work. (513)379-0684 or (513)746-1748. Hers & His Professional Services. Grass cutting, home/business cleaning, trash removal. Partners in life and business. Aurora, Ind. Bonnie & Steve Telinda, (513)703-4416 or (513)309-9460. Home Health Care - 40 years experience. References. Cleaning, meals. 3 people available. Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky. Call 812-667-6741, cell 513-519-3415
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Lost - Bull Terrier, female brown & white. Goes by CoCo. Harrison area. Wearing pink collar with her tags. CoCo needs daily medication. Any info please call. (513)602-9032.
ABC Academy Preschool now enrolling. Ages 3 to 5. Certified elementary teacher. Small class sizes. Comprehensive curriculum. Full or half day op tions. Spaces limited. 812-926-0636.
Back to school. Keep the music going. Piano les sons given in Aurora. 513-490-3143.
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GARAGE & YARD SALES
!!!-A-A-A YARD SALE DEADLINE BEFORE 10 A.M. FRIDAYS Holiday deadlines Thursday before 10 a.m. $15 four papers 25 words or less Call Harrison Press (513)367-4582 or Lawrenceburg (812)537-0063. 3-Family Sale - Fri., Sept. 13, 9-3. Starpray and Springflower Drive, Harrison. Household items, boy, girl, teen/junior clothes, toddler bike/scooter, toys, lots of misc.
ESTATE SALE- Tools, antique cars, stainless steel refrigerator, flat surface stove, dressers, lots of miscellaneous items. 440 Hay for sale: Alfalfa Walnut St. Lawrenceburg. square bales, 4th cutting, September 12th-14th from Guilford a r e a . 9am-? 812-487-2322 Lemon grass, sensitive Family Garage Sale: Sepplants, lemon eucalyptus, tember13th-22nd.10ampurple coneflower, parsley 6pm. 12020 Lauman Rd, & lots of other perennials Moores Hill. 2 miles North & herbs. Chanʼs Plant of Dillsboro, off Beatty Rd, Sale, 109 N. High St. follow signs. Lots of every(IND. 56) Rising Sun. thing! Donʼt Miss Out! 812-438-3182. Local honey from Rising Sun bees. These hives Garage Sale - Sept. 14, are not treated with 9-2. Rain or shine. 560 S. chemicals and are not State St., Harrison. (Next fed sugar or sucrose. to UDF) Old tools, canning Raw honey available, jars, bottles, Singer Sewer, too. Call S h a w n Kirby sweeper, small fridge, crafts, collectibles, 812-438-3182. Wanted to buy cattle and womenʼs dresses size 14. horses. Crippled or sound. Also buying wild cattle. Garage Sale- Fri 9-13-13 Will pay cash. & Sat 9-14-13. 8:30-3:30 (859)620-5860. both days. Computer desk, flat screen & chair, misc. furniture, Christmas items, garden tools, spreader, etc., outside fridge, lounge chairs & lots of misc. items. 315 Cora Avenue in Greendale.
Garage/moving Sale. Furniture, Longenberger baskets, treadmill, mason jars, baby furniture/clothes/toys, household items. Too much to list. Must see. 12159 Chesterville Road Moores Hill. Saturday September 14th. 8:00-4:00. Rain or shine. Get lucky on Friday the 13th at a huge yard sale featuring new, used, and many collectible and vintage items! Friday, September 13 8a-4p and Saturday 14th 8a-2p. Located at 5713 Dutch Hollow Rd. Aurora.
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Harrison 9/13 & 9/14 8:00-3:00 10428 Lees Creek Estate- Wedge wood(8), Ruthevan Redtail Hawk signed, Sailor Boy Currier litho, corner cabinet, farm collectibles, pink hobnail lamp, custard glass lamp, Heisey, books, Juried art, craft items, antique furniture, bench, material, blue enamelware, and more. Rain cancels. LARGE MULTI-FAMILY SALE 6076 KAISER DR., LAWRENCEBURG. SEPT 12TH & 13TH 9AM-?, SEPT 14TH 8AM-4PM. ANTIQUES, GASOLINE HEATER, HOME DECOR, WOMENʼS CLOTHING SMALL-2X, GIRLS CLOTHING 6X-12. MENS CLOTHING. LOVE SEAT, OAK CHAIRS, TOYS, DAY BED, BICYCLE, BOYDʼS BEARS & MUCH MORE!
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2 new Labor Day Pomeranian puppies (1- 6 months, 1- 8 weeks). Tax deductible for the DʼAndrea LaRosa Art Foundation. Accepting deposits now. 812-290-9588 or 812-290-1520.
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We buy and haul junk cars & trucks with titles. Call 812-621-0961 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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50 good cars. $1500 each-choice. All are good , clean, running cars. Too many cars to list. Cash or credit cards. Milan, Indiana. 812-654-2525. 12:00-5:00.
Bad teeth? Extractions and Dentures using oral sedations. Free Consultations. Dr. McCall info and before/after photos at www.drmccalldentures.co Sale Date; Sept. 10, 2013 m 317-596-9700 at 11 a.m. Sale of 2003 Corn hole game bags. Ford Ranger. VIN” 1FTYRed, navy blue, green, RIOU63PB32080. For orange, black, bright storage feeʼs of $1680. blue purple, maroon, west Harrison Auto Auc134 Harrison gold, gray & brown. t i o n , Brookville Rd., West HarriLAWRENCEBURG- PTO $20.00 for set of 8 bags. son, Ind., 47060. clothing and toy sale. Sat- Call (812)537-1207. urday 9/14/13 from 8am-12pm. Lawrenceburg DirectTV- Over 140 chan- Will Buy & Haul Scrap & Trucks Primary School(LPS) nels only $29.99 a month. C a r s Call Now! Triple Savings! (812)716-0781. Gym. $636.00 in Savings, Free Moving Sale - Sept. 14, Upgrade to Genie & 2013 NFL Sunday ticket free!! 9-2. 9258 West Road, C l e v e s . C u b C a d e t Start saving today! snow-blower, 12ft. mowing 1-800-246-2073 Absolutely no fishing, no trailer, upright freezer, swimming, no hunting, or scooter carrier, woodwork- DISH TV Retailer- Starting trespassing permitted. Not ing tools, household, much at $19.99/month (for 12 mos.) & High Speed Inter- responsible for any injuries more! net starting a t or accidents on the property belonging to : Rod Multi-family yard sale. $14.95/month (where and Brenda Cafouras, 9790 Front Street Dills - available.) SAVE! Ask 12476 Gordon lane, Dillsboro. Friday 9/13 & Satur- About SAME DAY Installa- boro, IN 47018 2-13 CALL Now! day 9/14. 9:00-?. Furni - t i o n ! ture, clothes, toys, tools, 1-800-283-0560 Absolutely no fishing, no miscellaneous. GUN SHOW!! Kokomo, IN swimming, no hunting, or Multiple sales on Fairview September 14th & 15th, trespassing permitted. Not Street(Ludlow H i l l ) , Johanning Civic Center, responsible for any injuries Fri&Sat., Sept 13th and US Highway 31, Sat. 9-5, or accidents on the propSept 14th 9a-2p. Items in- Sun. 9-3. For information erty belonging to: Mark & clude furniture, hospital call 765-993-8942. Buy! Eva Roll, End of Diefenbach Road, Bright IN bed, kids items, house - Sell! Trade! 47025 09-14 wares and more! Overstocked on crushed Rummage Sale. Aurora driveway rock, 1in x 0 Absolutely no hunting or Moose Park U.S. 50 West DGA. $2.00 a ton or deliv- trespassing. No dirt bikes (across from Hillcrest Ho- ery available. 2nd load or motorized vehicles of any kind. Not responsible tel). September 12th-15th free! Call 219-207-0288. for accidents, injuries or faand 19th-22nd. 9:00-3:00. SAVE on Cable TV-Inter- talities on the property of Vintage lovers dream. Bot- net-Digital Phone-Satellite. Helen Amm & Teresa tles/jars, horse tack, Avon, Youʼve Got A Choice! Op- Stone, 18060 Union household, chainsaw/small tions from ALL major serv- Ridge, Aurora, In 47001. motor parts, old tractors, ice providers. Call us to tobacco sticks, old tools, learn more! CALL Today. Absolutely no hunting, dog ironstone china, old safe, 888-541-7967. running, wood cutting, gem & mineral stones, dumping, animal abandonwasher/dryer, dining table, ment, motorized vehicles, desk w/typewriter, old rebikes, trapping, firearms, cords. Fri- Sat Sept 13-14, or swimming. No trespass9am-6pm, 6357 Downey ing of any kind for any reaRidge Rd., Rising Sun. Always Buying , Paying son. Not responsible for Cash for Estates-Antiques, accidents, injuries or fataliYARD SALES Old Military items- Guns, ties, to any person or perAdvertising Signs, Old sonal property. Activities of BEST WAY TO Toys, Crocks or old Christ- any kind will not be tolermas or Halloween Items ated. Violators will be ADVERTISE Call Bob 812-637-5369 prosecuted at their own YOUR LOCAL PAPER! expense to the fullest exWANTED TO BUY: USED tent of the law on the propMOBILE HOME. CALL erty of L.J. Backman, 4 PAPERS 6422 East Laughery 812-438-4443. 25 WORDS Creek Rd., Aurora, IN $15 10-13
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Milan Community Schools is seeking a qualified person for the position of 2nd shift custodian for Milan Middle School. Interested persons should go to www.milan.k12.in.us or stop by the Central Office to obtain an application.
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Absolutely no hunting, trapping, woodcutting, motorized bikes, or trespassing for any reason or purpose. These activities are strictly forbidden and will not be tolerated. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Also not responsible for accidents on the property of: Rodney & Arlene Miller 8824 North Hogan Rd., Aurora, IN 47001 08-14 Absolutely no hunting, trapping, fishing, swim ming, trash dumping, woodcutting, motorized vehicles, firearms, or tres passing for any reason. Violators will be prose cuted. Beware of dog. Not responsible for accidents or injuries on the property of: Perry & Tracy Boone, 18002 Lost Creek Lane, Lawrenceburg, IN 1-13 Absolutely no hunting, trapping, woodcutting, motorized bikes, 4 wheelers, or trespassing for any reason or purpose. These activities are strictly forbidden and will not be tolerated. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Also not responsible for accidents on the properties of: Antionette Hiltz, Legion Road, St. Leon, IN 9-12 Absolutely no hunting, trapping, fishing, swim ming, trash dumping, woodcutting, motorized vehicles, firearms, or tres passing for any reason. Violators will be prose cuted. Not responsible for accidents or injuries on the property of: John Stegemiller, 24569 Hiltz Rd., Guilford, IN 47022. 11-12
Absolutely no swimming, fishing, hunting or tres passing permitted, not responsible for any injuries or accidents on any property or lakes belonging to: Ralph Eugene Clark, Jr. and Mary Clark, 1505 Water Street, Hardin town, Lawrenceburg, IN Anyone caught in the auto salvage yard or above property will be prose Absolutely no hunting, fish- cuted. 09-14 ing or trespassing for any reason w/o written permis- Absolutely no trespassing sion on the properties - of any kind - for any reaowned or leased by us. No son. It is illegal to tres excuses. Violators will be pass. No hunting, trapping, arrested and prosecuted. trash dumping, wood cutHarry and John Hud - ting, swimming, dischargdleston, 8731 SR 56N, ing firearms or explosives Aurora, IN or 5311 of any kind, riding animals Yorkridge Road, Guilford, or bicycles, or any motorIN ized vehicles including ATVʼs, quad runners, moAbsolutely no hunting, fish- torcycles, motor bikes, etc. ing or trespassing of any Not responsible for propkind. Not responsible for erty damage, accidents. property or personal injury Injuries or fatalities. Violaon the property of: George tors will be prosecuted to Hockl, Norkus & White the full extent of the law. Plains Rd., Manchester This is a 44 acre tract Township, Aurora, IN bounded on the south by 4-14 Lutz Road and on the north by Harley Springs Subdivision. Welbourne G. Williams, 4738 Lutz Rd., Guilford, Indiana. 1-13
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Classifieds-3 Absolutely no hunting, fishing, dog running, woodcutting, dumping, animal abandonment, motorized vehicles, bikes, trapping, firearms, swimming, tree cutting, snowmobiling, creek rock hunting, turning around in private circle drive or trespassing of any kind for any reason . Not responsible for accidents, injuries or fatalities to persons or personal property. Activities of any kind will not be tolerated. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense to the fullest extent of the law on the properties of:John Niehaus, 16827 St. Rt. 148, Aurora, Ind., 47001.
Absolutely No Trespassing for any reason. Violators will be prosecuted. Not responsible for any acci dents or injuries on the The properties of: Bowlins, Bordering on Lipscomb Dr., Mud Lick Creek and Rainbow Road, Manchester Township and 7327 Kaiser Drive, 2-15 Absolutely no trespassing for any reason including motorized vehicles - hunting of any kind (bow or gun - nor trapping) or sledding. Not responsible for accidents, injuries or personal property. Violators will be prosecuted at their expenses to the fullest extent of the law on the property of Irvin J. Hartman & Frances M. Hartman, 221 Locust St., Greendale, IN 47025 1-14 Absolutely No Trespassing for any reason. Violators will be prosecuted at there own expense. No vehicles including ATVʼs, Motorcycles etc. Not responsible for any accidents or injuries on the property of P.A.W.S. Humane Center, 200 Charles A. Liddle DR. Lawrenceburg, IN. 47025
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Absolutely no trespassing for any reason. Violators will be prosecuted. Not responsible for any acci dents or injuries on the James, properties of Wilma, Samuel Goff and Carolyn Goff/Brown, 13337 Goff Lane, Moores Hill, In 9-12
Absolutely no trespassing for any reason, not responsible for accidents or injuries. Violators will prosecuted at their own ex penses.: The Beverly J. Neihardt Trust, 14950 Old State Road 350, Moores Hill, IN 8-13
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Absolutely no trespassing for any reason. Will not be responsible for any accidents or fatalities. Violators will be fined and prosecuted on the property of James and Rhonda Huff, 5448 Bischoff Hill Rd., West Harrison, Ind., 47060.
Absolutely no trespassing for any reason. Violators will be prosecuted. Not responsible for any acci dents of injuries on the property of: Tom & Kathy Klump Tower Rd., Lawrence burg Trojan Rd., Extending to Beneker Rd., St. Leon Kildeer Ln., Guilford Mosmeier Rd., Sunman 1-13
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Absolutely No Trespassing for any reason, no fishing, hunting, trapping, dumping, wood cutting, or swimming, no motorized bikes, 4-wheelers or other motorized vehicles. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense, not responsible for any accidents on the property of: Gale Banta, 4304 State Road 48, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 10-11
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Absolutely no trespassing of any kind allowed on all properties belonging to Ola & Julie Miller. No exceptions. Not responsible for injuries, accidents or fatalities. No vehicles of any kind, horseback riding, etc, unless written permission is given. Ola & Julie Miller, 11302 N. Hogan Rd., Aurora, IN 47001 2-12
Absolutely no trespassing, hunting, firearms, woodcutting, trapping. No motorized vehicles of any kind. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Also not responsible for any injuries, accidents or fatalities on the property of: James Chrisman, Yorkridge Road, Guilford, IN 06-14
Absolutely no trespassing of any kind or for any reason. Not responsible for injuries or accidents on all property of Lischkge Mo- Absolutely no trespassing tors, Inc. 10200 U.S 50 the property consists of 69 West, Aurora, IN 2-14 acres extending from the creek of the top of the hill including the gas-line easement plus a trailer & a barn. Violators will be prosecuted. John & Judy Wayne 6998 E. Laughery Creek Road Aurora, IN 47025 10-12
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Absolutely no trespassing, hunting, boating, swim ming, trapping, motorized bikes, 4 wheelers, RVʼs, woodcutting, horseback riding, firearms. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Not responsible for accidents or injuries on the property of: Robert & Carolyn K. Holtegel 12466 Rullman Dr. Dillsboro, IN 47018 10-12
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Absolutely no trespassing, no hunting, no woodcutting, no walking, no sightseeing, no motorized vehicles. Violators will be prosecuted at their ex penses. Not responsible for accidents or injury on the property of: Patrick Holland 14130 Brown Rd. Moores Hill, IN 9-11 Absolutely no trespassing, no hunting, no woodcutting, no 4-wheeling, no quad running. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Not responsible for any accidents on the property of: Ronald W. Fields, 2488 Sneakville Rd., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025. 11-13 Absolutely no trespassing, no hunting, no woodcutting, no walking, no sightseeing, no motor vehicles. Violators will be prose cuted at their expenses. Not responsible for accidents or injury on the property of Don and Linda Turner, 3250 East 200 South, Dillsboro, IN
Absolutely no trespassing, hunting, quads, dirt bikes, or wood cutting. Not re sponsible for any injuries or accidents. Property consists of 10 acres. Richard and Melanie Wiedeman, 18554 Collier Ridge, Guilford, IN 47022 47018. 05-14
Absolutely no trespassing, hunting, fishing, swim ming, trapping, horseback riding, woodcutting, motorized bikes, quadrunners or 4-wheelers allowed on my property for any reason. Not responsible for accidents or injury to anyone. Violators will b e prose cuted at their own expense to the full extent of the law on the property of: The Gary Steinmetz Farm, 9783 Wesseler Road, Sunman, IN 05-14
Absolutely no trespassing, hunting, trapping, trash dumping, tree cutting, tree damaging in any way, tree stands, firearms, bows, knives, or loitering. Not responsible for accidents, personal injuries, property damage, or fatalities. Violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law at their expense of the properties of Gerald Conn, Cove Circle East lots 2534 and 2535, Hidden Valley Lake. 08-14
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Absolutely No trespassing for any reason. Not re sponsible for any acci dents or injuries on the properties of Robert & Deborah Lischkge, 9794 Alans Branch, Moores Hill, IN 47032 2-14
Absolutely no trespassing, hunting, fishing, swim ming, woodcutting, quad or cycle riding. Not responsible for accidents or injuries on the property of: Jim & Larry Gabbard, Lattire Farm, Gregory Bier (The Land) Union Ridge Road, Aurora, IN 47001 6-14
Absolutely no trespassing for any reason; no fishing, no hunting, trapping, swimming, no motorized vehicles, firearms, trash dumping, open fires, wood cutting, horseback riding, 4 wheelers, bikes. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Not responsible for any injuries, accidents, fatalities. No trespassing, soliciting, or visitation from strangers, family, or friends without written consent from Ron and Debbie Seaver, 23718 James Lake Road, Guilford, IN 47022 04-14
The Journal Press • The Harrison Press • R.S. Recorder/O.C. News • The Dearborn County Register Absolutely No Trespassing of any kind, for any reason at any time. No Excep tions! Owner not responsible for any accidents, injuries or fatalities. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Tresa Manford 11510 North Hogan Road Aurora, IN 47001 5-14
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Absolutely no trespassing for any reason; no fishing, hunting, trapping, swimming or open fires. No motorized bikes, 4-wheelers or other motorized vehicles. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. We are not responsible for any acci dents or injuries on the property. Ryan Stroud Heartland, Homestead Land Trust 4-13
I-275 Enterprises, Inc., is the owner of property located in the Horseshoe Bottoms, Lawrenceburg Township, Dearborn County, Indiana, bounded on the West and North by the right-of-way of interstate Highway 275 and on the South by the Chessie Railroad right-of-way and on the eastern edge of the I-275 Lagoon (hereinafter called “the property”). Hunting, trapping, dis charging firearms, shooting arrows, fishing, turtle hunting, dog running, tree cutting, woodcutting, dumping, animal abandonment, hiking, bicycling, motor biking, operating quads or after ATV vehicles, horseback riding, sledding, ice skating, snowmobiling, bird watching, camping, operation of aircraft, swimming, row boating, motor boating, sailing, creek rock hunting, turning around or trespassing of any kind on the property for any reason is absolutely forbidden without written and signed permission of a duly authorized agent of I-275 Enterprises, Inc., I-275 Campgrounds, Inc., and-or Horseshoe Camp grounds. I-275 Enter prises, Inc. 119 Walnut St., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 09-14
No fishing, swimming, hunting, four wheelers, or trespassing on the Hostetler Farms, 13450 Chesterville Rd., Moores Hill. They will be prosecuted. Harry Hostetler, 13450 Chesterville Rd., Moores Hill, IN 1-13 No hunting or shooting, no woodcutting,, littering or dumping, no motorized vehicles, machinery or trespassing. Not liable or responsible for injuries or accidents. Violators will be prosecuted if found on property of: Dennis G. and Ann J. Elder, 17800 Duncan Lane, Aurora, IN 7-12 No hunting or trespassing, no ATVʼs. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Not responsible for injuries or accidents on the Grimsley property at 13607 Grimsley Road, Moores Hill. No hunting, fishing or trespassing of any kind. Not responsible for property or personal injury on the property of: Maria Teresa Maturana, 2194 Lake Tambo Rd., Manchester, IN No hunting, fishing or trespassing and not responsible for accidents or injuries on the property of: Jerome & Ruth Martini, York Ridge Rd., Leatherwood Rd., York Township.
No hunting, Fishing, Quad/Horse Riding or Trespassing of any kind on the properties of: Mike & Terry Hall/ Hueseman Rd., Aurora. Nick & Jan Hartman/ Hueseman Rd., Aurora. Bud Cornelius/ Hueseman Rd., Aurora. Dave Jeffery/ Hueseman Rd., Aurora. Tim & Chrissy Powell/ Hueseman Rd., Aurora. Mike & Terry Hall/ SR 1 & Brush Fork Rd., Guilford-Hueseman Rd., Dillsboro. No hunting, fishing, swimming or trespassing and not responsible for accidents on the property of: Robert & Beth Baylor, 6223 St. Rd. 48, Law renceburg, IN 1 -13 No hunting, fishing, trapping or trespassing or ATVʼs. Violators will be prosecuted at own ex pense, Not responsible for accidents or injuries on the property of, Dennis and Cindy Meyung, 10998 County Farm Rd, Aurora, IN, 47001, 12-13
No trespassing for any reason. Not responsible for any accidents, Injuries, fatalities or personal property. This applies to all property owned by us.Beware of dog. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expence. Randy & Mary Lynn Hayes, 3382 Sneakville Rd., Law renceburg IN, Also Goose Run, Aurora, IN 2-14
No trespassing of any kind for any reason on the properties of the Tri-Township Water Corporation. Violators will be prose cuted at their own ex pense. Also not responsible for any accidents, injuNo hunting, no ATV/bike ries, or fatalities. Tri-Town riding, no wood cutting Water Corporation without written permission. Not responsible for per sonal or property injury on No trespassing of any kind property owned by: Mi- on property of : All Rite chael and Roberta Hank- Ready Mix Of Indiana, ins, Cranes Run Road, LLC, 10513 Morgans Branch Road, Aurora, IN Logan Township 1-13 2-13 No hunting, no fishing, no bike riding, absolutely no trespassing on the prop- No trespassing of any kind erty of: Irene Beckett Es- on the properties & private tate, 1005 Nowlin Ave- drive of Marvin Zimmer nue, Property on west 28817 Evergreen Lane, side of Tanners Creek West Harrison, IN 47060 08-14 08-14
No hunting, no motorized bikes or vehicles, no trespassing of any kind and not responsible for accidents, violators will be prosecuted on the property of: Stanley Harmeyer & Sondra Lewis 22643, 22747, 22915 Jackson Ridge, Lawrenceburg, IN No hunting, fishing, four 09-14 wheeling, hiking, or garNo hunting, no motorized dening of any kind. Joan Fidler will not be held li- bikes or vehicles, no tresable for any injuries ac - passing of any kind and quired on the property on not responsible for acciboth sides of 10419 Ches- dents on the property of: terville Road, next to John McKay 10095 Chesterville Road, 11307 N. Dearborn Rd. and across from 10386 Sunman, IN 47041 10-12 Chesterville Road. Viola- No hunting, woodcutting or tors will be prosecuted. trespassing and not re sponsible for accidents on 4-14 the property of: Joseph and Edna Imholt, 8289 Leatherwood Road, No hunting, fishing, or tres- Yorkville, Guilford, IN passing for any reason 4-14 and not responsible for any injuries occurring on No trespassing for any the property owned by: reason. Not responsible Hidden Valley Lake Prop- for injuries or accidents. erty Owners Associa - Violators will be prose tion, Bordering on State- cuted at their own expense line Road and George- on the properties of: Wm. No bikes, skateboards, town Road, Lawrence- G. Rudicil, Barber Rd., roller blades. No trespass- burg, In 1-13 Gobblerʼs Knob Rd., W. ing for any reason; not reHarrison, IN 1-14 sponsible for injuries or accidents on property of: No hunting, fishing, or tres- No trespassing for any Dillsboro Civic Club, passing without written reason. Not responsible 9824 Central Ave. and permission on the Chip- for accidents or injuries. 12930 North St., Dills - man farm. 7442 White Marshall Alford boro, IN (formerly Road, Rising Sun, Indi- 15778 W. County Line Doctors Bldg . ) ana . Violators will be Rd. prosecuted. 05-15 Moores Hill, IN 10-12 09-14 No hunting, fishing or trespassing for any reason. Not responsible for any injuries occurring on the property owned by: Stonegate Property Owners, Bordering on Stonegate Dr. & Essex Lane. 05-14
Classifieds-5 NO TRESPASSING for any reason. Not responsible for any accidents, injuries or any fatalities on property of Betty J. Weber, Bloom Road Moores Hill, Indiana 47032. Violators will be prosecuted at their expense.
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! Absolutely no hunting, trapping, trash dumping, woodcutting, discharging firearms or fireworks or explosives of any kind, riding motorized vehicles or animals. Not re sponsible 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: David L. Shuter & Deborah L. Shuter, Church Rd., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 11-13 No trespassing, hunting or fishing. The Browning Farm, 9516 & 9321 Texas Gas Rd., Aurora, IN 47001 10-11
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70 Posted Column 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 o trespassing, hunting, N4-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, 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, 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, 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, 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 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, 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. No fishing, swimming or four wheelers. Not responsible for accidents or injury of any kind on my property. Barb Hornberger and family 9758 E. Co. Rd. 1350 N, Sunman, IN 47041 07-14 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 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 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 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. 03-14 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
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 www.oxbowinc.org. 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
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