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Flag pole stolen from cemetery By Chandra L. Mattingly Staff Reporter

A 50-foot flag pole has been stolen from Oakdale Cemetery, Dillsboro, said Dillsboro Police Chief Ryan Brandt. Reported missing Monday, Sept. 23, the flag pole's absence first was noticed Tuesday, Sept. 17, he said. The pole had been partially cut at the base, then broken off. “I'm trying to make conduct with some of the scrap yards to see if it was taken in,” said Brandt, adding he's not aware of any other recent metal thefts in the Dillsboro area. “... People basically do it to turn it in for scrap money,” he said. Usually the thefts are fueled by drug addition, he explained. He suspects this pole, 50 to 60 feet tall and made of aluminum, would have been bent or chopped into smaller pieces to avoid detection by police and suspicion by scrap yard owners. The flag pole had been donated by the Dillsboro American Legion Post 292 in honor of veterans, said Brandt. He did not know the value of the pole. “Somebody who would go over and disgrace the cemetery …. doesn't have any respect for themselves or anybody else,” added Brandt.


City fires Taylor for ‘conduct unbecoming’ the offenses in the probable cause affidavit, but the prosecution agreed not to proceed with trial if Taylor resigned from city council and did not violate any Federal or Indiana criminal laws for one year. The Lawrenceburg Board of Works voted 2-1 The charges stemmed from a meet the candidate to terminate Police Capt. Doug Taylor Thursday, event prior to the May 2011 municipal primary. Sept. 26. Taylor went on to win the primary and the general Taylor was a 22-plus year veteran of the Law- election in 2011. The Lawrenceburg BOW and Porenceburg Police Department. His firing comes lice Chief Gene Hunefeld gave Taylor a notice of after several public hearings. termination proceedings in late March of this year. Taylor accepted a deferred prosecution agreeAt the final hearing city attorney Leslie Votaw ment in charges of ghost employment and cam- read findings of fact from the board from its delibpaigning in uniform in March of this year. erative executive session. In the agreement Taylor admitted committing Here are some of the findings of fact. The entire docuBy Erika Schmidt Russell Editor

ment is at ■2. ■ In April of 2011, the Officer (Taylor), while campaigning for City Council, attended a campaign function while on duty and in uniform for the LPD. ■3. ■ After the event had concluded, it was brought to the Officer’s attention and the attention of the administration of the LPD that the Officer had attended a City Council campaign function while on duty and in uniform for the LPD. The Officer admitted at that time to having engaged in those activities. ■4. ■ The Officer further turned in the time spent as time on duty and was paid for the time that he attended the campaign function. *** See TAYLOR, Page 5

Big weekend in the ‘Burg

Above: Peggy & other Lawrenceburg landmarks grace the back of Durbin Bowl. It was unveiled Thursday, Sept. 26.

Books & more for sale at D’boro Library The Aurora Public Library's book sale in Dillsboro is going beyond books and DVDs. “Maybe you are looking for a cookbook, biography or DVD. Find your fancy – hardbacks, paperbacks, magazines, even crafts or decorations,” said a library spokesperson. The much-needed funds from the sale will purchase new books and help with programming, she said. Admission is free and the prices are great. Come support your library and stock up, she said. The sale begins Tuesday, Oct. 15, and will go through Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Dillsboro Public Library, 10151 Library Lane, Dillsboro. Hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays and 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays.

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Right: Army Brett Bondurant, left, shares first pitch honors with Max Daniels, a hemophiliac who won an essay contest by the Tri State Bleeding Disorder Foundation. Daniels was on the field with his dad Scott, and the family lives in Hidden Valley Lake.

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Above: Fall Fest crowns its royalty with King Alex Orndorff and Queen Megan Platt.

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Above: Olivia Knue, 11, second from left, sings the National Anthem kicking off Fall Fest Saturday, Sept. 28 Others pictured, from left, are are city board of works member Donnie Bryant, Lawrenceburg Mayor Dennis Carr, Fall Fest Committee Chairwoman Marie Edwards, city councilwoman Jane Pope, city councilman Aaron Cook. Left: The Lawrenceburg Tigers donned National Guard Hometown jerseys in their match up against Batesville Friday night, Sept. 27.

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Above: Lawrenceburg resident and honorably discharged Army veteran Brett Bondurant, who lost both legs to an IED in Afghanistan, throws out a ceremonial first pitch at the Cincinnati Reds game Saturday, Sept. 28. Left: Bondurant chats with Reds Manager Dusty Baker. Below left: Bondurant, his wife London and daughter Jacee joke around with Gapper.


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One killed when buggy, car crash

Others injured in separate accident

On Thursday night, Sept. 26, at approximately 10 p.m., a horse and buggy rig operated by Daniel X Stoltzfus (age approximately 18) of Versailles was traveling northbound on U.S. 421 near Country Road 450S when, for unknown reasons,

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the buggy crossed over into the southbound lane of U.S. 421 where it was struck head on by a southbound 2001 Ford F250, four wheel drive pickup truck driven by 53-year-old Wilma E. Asher of Versailles, said Indiana State Police Sgt. Noel Houze, public information officer. The impact killed the horse and ejected Stoltzfus, who was fatally injured in the crash, into the northbound lane of U.S. 421 where he may have been struck by one or two northbound vehicles. One of those vehicles was a 1999 Chevrolet Cavalier driven by 54-year-old Jeffrey W. Clippert of Madison and the second vehicle was a 2003 Pontiac SUV driven by 54-yearold Chester R. Swinney of Versailles. None of the other drivers were injured. The crash remains under investigation, he said. The crash is being investigated by ISP Trooper Matt Holley. He was assisted at the scene by Master Trooper Ben Bastin and Trooper Travis Linville. Also assisting the scene was Ripley County Sheriff’s deputies, Ripley County EMS, and New

Marion Fire Department. Meanwhile, an early afternoon crash Thursday, Sept. 26, on Benham Road south of Versailles, sent four people to the hospital, said Houze. According to Indiana State Police Trooper Kyle Black, shortly after noon a 2012 GMC Denali driven by 46-year-old Stacy Kiser of Versailles was northbound in Benham Road between Country Road 700 and 800S when the vehicle drifted left of center in a dip in the roadway and collided head on with a 2002 Chrysler 300 driven by 22-year-old Alyssa Svatba of Versailles, he said. Svatba was airlifted to University Hospital in Cincinnati for numerous lacerations and shoulder pain. Svatba also had her three children, who were transported to Margaret Mary Hospital in Batesville as a precaution. Kiser was not injured, said Houze. The crash, which remains under investigation, is being investigated by Black, assisted at the scene by other troopers and Friendship Fire Department, he said.

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South Dearborn takes steps to improve school safety plans you trapped. At the former Aurora Elementary School building, Dearborn County Sheriff’s Deputy Steve Jackson and Sgt. Max Socks conducted ALICE training, or Alert Lockdown Informed Counter Evacuate, for the administrators, so they could learn more about their options if an active shooter situation ever took place. “It gives us options, instead of just sitting there. In some cases, a lockdown may be needed. In other situations, the best course of action may be to run,” said Cheek. During the training the

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“We know there is always the possibility.” South Dearborn High School Assistant Principal, and corporation school safety specialist, Jason Cheek wants to be prepared if an active shooter situation ever occurs at South Dearborn. In the past, a lockdown was taught as a way to handle the situation. But each situation is different, and as South Dearborn principals and assistant principals learned Friday, Sept. 27, it could leave

administrators experienced three possible scenarios. In the first, they simulated a lockdown in the event of an active shooter. When the officer playing the role of the shooter busted into the room, they were all “sitting ducks,” he said. In the second scenario, the administrators, knowing there was an “active shooter” on the same floor, worked to barricade the door. In the third scenario, they left the building knowing the “active shooter” was on the opposite end of the building, he said. But they will not always have that information. Each

situation is different, he said. board members. They may The ALICE training, how- also have the chance to exever, gave them better tools to use, said Cheek. “We are taking steps to look at plans to keep our schools even safer,” said Cheek. They will be taking a look at how to improve the corporation safety plan over the next six months, including training in November provided by the Indiana State Department of Education, he said. This is the first step. The next step will be presenting the ideas to the corporation superintendent and school

perience some of the training themselves, said Cheek.

Garbage fee waived for Aurora business owners

Curbside recycling is considered

“I think we make it a caseby-case basis. It's right next door, it's the same people,” said board member and Did the Aurora Utility councilman Bennie Turner. Board set a precedent when He, Crider and board memit voted to waive the residen- ber/councilman Kevin Gerke tial garbage fee for a busi- voted to allow the exemption. Councilman John Borgness owner? Tuesday, Sept. 17, the man, who is board chairman, board voted 3-1 not to charge did not voice a vote. Big Daddy's BBQ owners Curbside recycling? Victor and Robin Willoughby In other business, the for residential garbage. Only board discussed curbside reboard member/councilman cycling with Dale Troy, repJoe Milish voted against the resenting Best Way, Aurora's motion made by board mem- garbage pickup provider. ber/councilman Mike Crider. Best Way's bid in November The utility board consists of 2012 included an alternate city council members. for weekly curbside recyPrior to the motion, Au- cling pickup at $2.25 rora Utility Superintendent per month per Randy Turner told the board residence for the the Willoughbys were seek- first two years ing a refund for garbage of the confees paid by Big Daddy's, tract. In the 311 Broadway St., Aurora, third year, as they had contracted with the cost is Rumpke, Inc. for a Dump- $2.50; in ster for the business. The the fourth Willoughbys had presented year, $2.75; the contract, he said. They and in the fifth also asked not to be charged year, $5. garbage fees for either the “They cannot probusiness or their home in the vide their own container,” future, due to the contract said Dale Troy, Best Way and because they live next sales representative. Best door to the business and put Way will provide an 18-galtheir residential trash in the lon plastic bin to each resiDumpster. dence for recycling, which “Our policy is obvious. would not have to be sorted. … They obviously should “If you need two of them, not be paying the $5 per we'll give you two of them” month on their business,” at no extra charge, he said. said city attorney Jeff Strat- “... Every bit of recycling is man. The city's garbage or- going back to the Dearborn dinance exempts businesses County Recycling Center. who contract with garbage We are not making a dime pickup services from paying on that,” he said. Rather, the monthly fee. Best Way is trying to supBut to exempt them from port the center. paying the residential fee? “It's not going to be man“It's opening up Pandora's datory, is it?” asked BorgBox,” he said. How would man, and was told no. He that differ from the person also asked how the money who says he takes his trash would be collected. Stratto his property in Switzer- man said should Aurora land County, or another busi- officials decide to provide ness owner who says she curbside recycling, the $5 takes it home? Neither has garbage fee would become been granted a garbage fee a $7.25 fee on residents' and exemption by the city so far. businesses' utility bills. The Willoughbys don't set Crider questioned why out a garbage can, said Crid- anyone would pay to have er. They just put their trash their recycling picked up if in the Dumpster. he or she didn't have to do By Chandra L. Mattingly Staff Reporter

so. “I would gladly pay $3 a month to put our recycling out at the curb and not have to bring it down here to the bin,” said Stratman. “It's a win-win for the community. It eliminates a lot of landfill space as well,” said Troy. “It's the proper thing to do,” said Randy Turner, who also is city clerk-treasurer. But the only way it's ever going to work is if folks have to pay for each bag of garbage they set out, as that would encourage them to recycle, he said. Borgman asked if the city could survey whether folks were willing to pay for curbside recycling, and include the survey in utility bills. He was told that would be possible, but the discussion turned to taking a door-todoor survey. BJ Ault, representing the Dearborn County Solid Waste Management District, said her doctorate thesis was on marketing recycling. She offered to conduct a doorto-door survey, and she and Troy agreed to put together the survey for the city. Crider said he is in favor of the survey but not of charging residents $2.25 for curbside recycling. Councilman Turner said if the city picked up the cost, it would be $55,000 for the first year. The city already has saved about three times that amount by contracting for garbage pickup with Best Way over what it paid the previous contractor. “We recycle everything. We only have one bag to set out,” said Bennie Turner. Perhaps the city could pay for it the first year, while folks get used to recycling, then charge them the next year, suggested Borgman. The revenue the recycling center receives from sales of those recycleables will reduce property taxes in about

two years, said Ault. “You will realize the savings, maybe not directly,” she said. The center gets calls now asking why curbside recycling isn't available. Troy said Best Way probably would lose money providing curbside recycling as bid, but would do it to help the recycling center. The waste disposal company already gives a lot of items to the center from its transfer point, such as televisions. That both helps out the center and reduces the amount going into landfills. Turner then suggested the city pay for the curbside recycling for a year, after which it would charge $10 per month for garbage and recycling pickup unless the city as a whole met certain recycling benchmarks. “That's a great idea,” said Stratman. He asked Ault to help the city come up with reasonable benchmarks should officials decide to go ahead with that suggestion. The board tentatively set the next utility board meeting for Tuesday, Oct. 1, due to conflicts on the first Monday, the usual meeting date, and Columbus Day being Monday, Oct. 14. The board usually meets at 5 p.m. in the city building, Third and Main streets, the first Monday of each month.




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Joining together L’burg’s clauses

The past two and a half streets, alleys and curbs years in the City of Law- committee chairman a few renceburg are a case study in years ago, at each meeting he the use of conjunctions. would have a list of concerns If. that seemed about the length If Doug Taylor hadn’t ap- of U.S. 50 from the state line peared at a meet-the-candi- to the Ripley County line. date event in uniform... Those concerns ranged If someone hadn’t from pot holes to complained about street signs to stop it... signs and speed If he had not been limits. He voted charged with FELOhis conscience, and NIES... put thought into If one of those his votes. Since he felonies hadn’t been was a member of a “crime of dishonthe previous adminesty ...” istration, Bruner’s But. honor was imERIKA But he did appear pugned, repeatedly. at the event in uni- SCHMIDT Put yourself in his form while on duty RUSSELL shoes. ... You go to so But someone - we many meetings, now know it was Tim Den- you miss time with your chilning - did complain about it ... dren. For the past couple of But he was charged with years now, you’re not only felonies, even though what he going to more meetings, but did was a misdemeanor ... now they want/expect you to But one of those was a take vacation or personal time “crime of dishonesty ...” to deal with some of the city’s And. business. Folks said you were And he wasn’t the only po- doing things that were “illelice to ever go to an non-work gal,” and you’ve been backed event while on duty ... into a corner time and again. And the complainant probThe various lawyers give ably didn’t realize Taylor’s you varying information, and actions could be a felony ... you just want to serve the city And we found out the prac- the best you can, without havtice of not accepting charges ing accusations hurled at your from certain officers would head. No matter what you do, not be unusual ... or say, you’re in the wrong. And is it really a “crime” Now, shift gears, put yourIF there’s a deferred prosecu- self in Doug Taylor’s shoes. tion agreement? For 22 years you served as Yet. a police officer, and you deYet the saga is not over ... cide to run for city counYet there is more the public cil because you saw things does not know about the mo- with which you didn’t agree. tives of those charging Taylor You’ve spoken out about pol... icies and decisions to give Nor. city money, expressing your Nor will it be over soon ... dislike of them. Nor will we know the final You attend a meet-the-cansettlement of a lawsuit ... didate event in uniform on So. duty, which most folks don’t So, what happens next? realize is a “crime.” Even So, will the divisiveness if you hadn’t been on duty, end soon? it still would have been a For. “crime.” For the sake of the city, So, the complaint turns there needs to be more com- into something much bigger munication ... than anyone realizes, perhaps, you’re thinking, because you spoke out against certain I honestly believe all of things. Lawrenceburg’s elected offiConspiracies abound, and cials are not trying to do the suddenly all you’ve accomcity intentional harm, and all plished is thrown out the winof them want what is best for dow. the city. The City of Lawrenceburg I also believe EVERYONE is in a no-win situation. I’m has had their feelings hurt, greatly sadden by the entire and, as a result, have some- situation. It’s not over. times made decisions based If only everyone could hit on emotion rather than logic. the reset button, There was/is no good way to And go back to the begindeal with what has happened. ning, Many good people have been, But we can’t, are, and will be hurt in the Yet we can start afresh, next few years. Or at least consign this Let’s just look at two peo- episode to a painful learning ple in this whole saga. experience, Bill-Bill Bruner is the lonSo the city can move forgest-serving person on city ward, council. He also is now on For the sake of everyone. the board of works. I’ve seen Erika Schmidt Russell is edihim in action for many years now, and he truly cares about tor of The Journal-Press and The Dearborn County Register. Lawrenceburg. When Bruner was the




On account at the garden center, and another place

Pearl looked up at Luther and said, little book his father had read. George “Tell her it will be all right.” Washington was standing by the stump “But you said she wanted ...” of the cherry tree, hatchet in hand. “I know what she said, but she’s Luther looked through the plastic scared. It’s something new, even if she at Tennefly, who was curved in three wanted it. Tell her it will be all right.” places and sort of squiggled as the Luther shook his head and patted wind billowed the big plastic tent over the tree branch he was sitting on. He Lucille. He cupped his hand so Lucille said, “It’ll be all right, Lucille. It’s just could not hear and said, “Pearl said the plastic.” tree wanted to do this.” He looked down through Tennefly began to squiggle the plastic at the crowd that C.G violently. Luther grasped Luhad begun to gather on the SCAVOLA cille’s trunk, then decided the sidewalk. The crowd was wind had not really picked spilling over into Tennefly’s up. Tennefly was writhing on yard. It looked like his roses had al- his lawn. ready been ... Luther called, “Pearl, see if Tennefly “Tell her we’ll take it off as soon as wants some water.” it’s warm enough next spring.” “I didn’t know he needed watering,” “I think she knows ... oh, okay. Lu- said Pearl. cille, we’ll take it off next spring ...” Luther had a brief vision of what “Grundbaum, what kind of hair- was going to happen but dismissed it brained thing are you doing now? Why and said, “Lucille, I hope you appreciare these people on my yard? Get out of ate this. And I want you to know I’m my roses, you cretins.” not just doing it for Pearl, or because I Pearl had a dream, he would tell hate to rake your leaves in the fall. No, Tennefly. Lucille, the big maple in Lucille, I’m doing this because you are the front yard, told Pearl she wanted a a tree of vast merit and because I love plastic cover this year so she would not you.” have to get cold and lose her leaves. Lucille’s leaves fluttered. Pearl often had dreamy conversations “Are you trying to drown me?” with the plants and trees, he would tell Pearl was watering Tennefly. The Tennefly. crowd on the sidewalk had spilled out “You better have a damn good rea- into the street and onto Tennefly’s front son for making these people trample porch. Tennefly’s wife stood on the ... get out of that fountain, you little balcony above the porch, a bottle of %$$%#@!” Scotch in one hand and a glass in the He would tell Tennefly it was part of other. Pearl’s therapy. The part that kept her “Call someone,” Tennefly yelled up from strangling her neighbors while at his wife. they slept. Tennefly already thought She nodded and dialed a phone. LuPearl’s mental mail was being delivered ther saw the blue lights on the police to the wrong address. cars and noted they had to stop at the “Is your crazy wife behind this?” edges of the crowd. Police in riot gear Luther considered denying he and emerged from the cars. A large armored Pearl were married. A common law car pulled up and hooded people with thing, he would say. But Tennefly large guns began to tumble out of it. would go back to the “crazy” part of “Don’t worry,” Luther told Lucille. the question. Luther could still see the “Even if a stray shot hits you, you’re

big enough to ...” Lucille swayed. Luther grasped the branch, stroked it, and said, “I’ll stop the bullets for you.” Television vans with antennas on their tops began to edge through the crowd, flanked by police and hot dog vendors. Tennefly and Pearl were wrestling in the mud. A liquor store delivery van pulled up and Tennefly’s wife waved from the balcony. “It will be a mild winter,” Luther told Lucille. “We’ll have this thing down before you know it. I’ll come out to put blankets around your roots and tell you good night ...” Lucille quivered. “... and spend the night in a sleeping bag. Maybe I can hang a hammock.” Lucille let several of her smaller branches brush Luther’s head. He smiled. “She’s insane,” Tennefly was shouting as the police began to sort out him and Pearl and the hose. “She talks to that tree. And she listens to it. I’ve never heard that tree say anything that made a lick of sense. I’ll bet it’s a Democrat, is what I say, and ought to be chopped down.” “I won’t let them, darling,” Luther told Lucille as the police bundled Tennefly and Pearl off. “It’s all right, and now it’s just you and me ...” Tennefly’s wife waved an unopened bottle of Scotch from the balcony. “... and Gertrude. She’s a tree huger, too. And she has open-ended accounts at the garden center and the liquor store.” Lucille sighed. Luther stroked her branch with one hand and waved at Gertrude with the other. Copyright 2013, Robert A. Markwalter. For more from C.G. Scavola and Bob Markwalter, visit www.straylake. com, home of the Stray Lake SignalGazette


Tips for trying the foggiest idea

In a previous blog, I mentioned fogging my honeybee hives with mineral oil to suppress mites. SIBA member Joan Chester, Independence, Ky., has started fogging her own hives with mineral oil to which she has added mint oil and asked me what I do. So here is an explanation. But first, a disclaimer. When he spoke to the Southeast Indiana Beekeepers Association in February, Purdue entomologist Dr. Greg Hunt said studies have shown fogging with mineral oil has no effect on mite populations. All I know is that all three of my hives survived last winter with strong populations and that I've had the same strain of honeybees since at least 2001. I can't say I've never lost hives over winter since then, but it's been a rare occurrence, and only with hives I knew were weak going into the winter. (I just hope I'm not jinxing my bees by writing this!) My fogging method comes from Aurora beekeeper John Griffith some years back, and my equipment courtesy of my spouse per John's instructions. Take a super, cover one side with

plywood or another material and cut a just-over one-inch hole in one side. Purchase an insect fogger and unscrew the spray end. Drill a hole just large enough for the spray end to fit through in the solid end of a one-inch diameter copper cap. The cap should fit into the hole in the super. Slide the copper cap over the spray nozzle and re-attach the spray end inside the cap. Put food-grade mineral oil in the fogger's container and light the fogger. Tuck a plastic bag or piece of cloth in your pocket.

Beekeeper Chandra Mattingly applies mineral oil fog to one of her beehives. The plastic bag atop the modified super will be used to plug the hole once the fog spreads down through the hive.

Now you're ready to go! In your apiary, remove the cover and inner cover from one of your hives and replace with the modified super. Apply mineral oil fog through the hole – it should come out in great puffs of white smoke and the super will leak some of it. In just a few minutes, you will see the fog seeping out the hive's entrance. Plug the hole in the super with the bag or cloth from your pocket. Wait about 10 minutes before removing the modified super and replacing the inner and outer covers, to allow the oil fog to disperse through the hive. We've made two modified supers, both from comb honey supers, so I treat two hives at a time. I “oil” the hives every two to two and a half weeks from March or April through the warm weather in the fall. The idea is to hit each brood cycle. Afterward, I see bees cleaning the oil off themselves. I don't know if the oil actually suffocates some of the mites – I would think it might work that way on tracheal mites – or if the cleaning it stimulates induces the bees to bite and remove Varroa mites. All I know is I've been doing this for a number of years, have never done a mite count, and the bees seem to maintain strong hives. I do wonder if vegetable oils would work as well. A lifelong gardener, reporter Chandra Mattingly also has kept honeybees for many years. For raw or strained honey, she can be reached at or 812-438-3182.


Make plan, create a kit and be prepared for disasters

Fall is officially here and that and even house fires. That’s why means winter is just around the cor- Gov. Mike Pence and the Indiana ner. Those of us who are old enough Department of Homeland Security may remember the Great (IDHS) declared SeptemBlizzard of 1978 and the JOHNNY ber “Disaster Prepareddevastating effect it had ness Month.” This is a on our state. The blizzard NUGENT good time to make sure forced many businesses, you and your family are roads and even cities to shut down. ready if and when disaster strikes. That magnitude of storm doesn’t Understanding the destruction happen every year, but there is al- that emergency events can cause ways a possibility for dangerous has emphasized the need for us to weather conditions or emergencies prepare for all types of disasters. to occur. As we all know, Indiana With that in mind, I wanted to make is prone to unpredictable disasters you aware that national, state and – tornadoes, floods, winter storms local agencies have developed pre-

paredness plans for Hoosiers and their families. The IDHS developed four easy steps to keep you and your family safe:

Get Informed ■Become ■ aware of all the possible disasters that could occur in your area. ■Learn ■ what to do, what to look for and what to avoid. Make a Plan ■Include ■ all the members of your family to ensure everyone is on the same page and understands the plan. ■Discuss ■ meeting locations and emergency phone numbers.

Create a Disaster Kit ■Make ■ a kit that is stored in a waterproof, easy to carry container. ■The ■ kit should include items like water, food, first-aid equipment, batteries, blankets, a cell phone and important documents. Get Involved ■Learn ■ what programs are available in your local community for emergency situations. ■Consider ■ taking first aid and CPR courses. Additional information about disasters and other ways you can better prepare your family can be found at As part of Disaster Preparedness Month, IDHS is also conducting a

survey, which can be accessed on their website. The purpose of the survey is to gauge Hoosiers’ readiness for emergencies and help IDHS understand how we can improve. Preparing for disasters is one of the best ways to keep you and your family safe. Make sure your family has a disaster plan this fall and, most importantly, as winter begins. Johnny Nugent represents Indiana’s 43rd State Senate Disrtict, which includes most of Dearborn County as well as all of Ohio County.


OBITUARIES Michael Scherziger

Michael William “Mike” Scherzinger, 59, of Lawrenceburg, Ind., formerly of Cincinnati, Ohio, passed away Friday, Sept. 27, 2013, in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was born Monday, Aug. 16, 1954, in Cincinnati, Ohio, son of Shirley Troutt Wallace and the late William F. Scherzinger. Mike was a truck driver for WC Jones Trucking. He was a member of St. John Lutheran Bellaire. He loved trucking, motorcycling and music. Time with his family was his greatest joy. Surviving are his wife, Barb Kaffenberger Scherzinger of Lawrenceburg, Ind,; mother, Shirley (Jack) Wallace of Cincinnati, Ohio; children, Jamie (Tiffany) Scherzinger of Monroe, Ohio, and Josh (Theresa) Scherzinger of Goshen, Ohio; stepchildren, Jason (Jill) Kaffenberger of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Shelly (Ki) Yoon of Greendale, Ind.; siblings, Mark (Shirley) Scherzinger, Greg (Roberta) Scherzinger and Mimi (Gary) Hicks; grandchildren, Ally, Elizabeth, Timmy, Noah, Becka, Sofie, Gavin, Garrett, Ryan, Noah and Emma. He was preceded in death by father, William F. Scherzinger, and sister, Laura Scherzinger. Memorial visitation will be Friday, Oct. 4, 2013, at 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at St. John Lutheran Church, Bellaire, 4937 State Road 48, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025. Memorial services will be held at 7 p.m., immediately following visitation. Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, Aurora is in charge of arrangements. Contributions may be made to the family.

Mary Guss

Mary Catherine “Catsy” Guss, 82, of Aurora, Ind., passed away Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013. in Cincinnati, Ohio. She was born Friday, Sept. 4, 1931, in Lawrenceburg, Ind., daughter of the late August “Bud” Noppert and the late Catherine Ahaus Noppert. Catsy worked as a waitress for Kings Inn, as well as working for Thatcher Glass Manufacturing and Schenley Distillery. She was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church, where she managed the cafeteria for over 20 years and started the bingo. She was a former member of Phi Beta Psi Sorority and the North Bend Boat Club. Catsy enjoyed reading, cross word puzzles, fishing, crocheting, swimming, word search and sunshine. She recently caught 250 fish. She loved her family and she especially doted on her grandchildren. Surviving are children, G. Jay Facemire of Brentwood, Tenn., Marlyn Guss Jr. of Aurora, Ind., Tina M. Cheek of Aurora, Ind., Michele “Missy” Snyder of Lawrenceburg, Ind., Tracey Bowling of Aurora, Ind., T. Richard Guss of South Zanesville, Ohio, and Glenna Schultz of Zanesville, Ohio,; 15 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, and three great-great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband of 60 years, Marlyn Guss Sr. and Sister Lou Ann. Friends will be received 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013, at St. Mary Catholic Church, Aurora, Ind. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Church, Mon-


day, Sept. 30, 2013, at 11 a.m. with Father Stephen Donahue officiating. Interment will follow in the Riverview Cemetery, Aurora, Ind. Contributions may be made to the St. Mary Catholic School, Dearborn County Hospital Foundation, Lollipops & Rainbow Enrichment Center, or St. Jude’s Cancer Research.

Jeffrey Huber

Jeffrey Lynn Huber, age 58, of Aurora, formerly a long time resident of Dillsboro, passed away Friday, Sept. 27, 2013, at his residence. Jeff was born Feb. 16, 1955, in Batesville to Charles Huber and Virginia Stegemiller Huber. He graduated from Dillsboro High School in 1973 and enjoyed mowing lawns for friends and neighbors. Jeff enjoyed watching sports on TV. He is survived by his parents, Charles and Virginia Huber, of Aurora; one brother, Mark Huber of Aurora; two sisters, Terra (husband David) Jones, of Milan, and Kelly (husband Dan) Williams of Dillsboro; three nieces, Amanda Huber, of Chicago, Kristen Miller and Emily Jones of Dillsboro. He was preceded in death by his sister-in-law Karen Huber. Private funeral services will be held Monday, Sept. 30, 2013, at DeVries Funeral Home in Dillsboro. Pastor Tom Harzula will officiate. Interment will be made in Oakdale Cemetery, Dillsboro. For those who wish, memorials may be given in his memory to the family.

Margaret McAdams




From Page 1 ■8. ■ After the prosecution against the Officer was initiated, the Officer was placed on paid administrative leave from his duties as a Lawrenceburg Police officer. Subsequently, when the new administration took office in January 2012, he did perform work for the City of Lawrenceburg in other capacities, including as a police clerk. ■9. ■ On March 13, 2013, the Officer entered into a deferred prosecution agreement, in which he admitted to knowingly or intentionally committing the crime of conversion (being paid while attending a campaign function) and to recklessly soliciting votes or performing a campaign function while in his police uniform (Exhibit C-1). While the intentions of the parties to said agreement was that he admitted to the amended counts which were misdemeanors, the agreement does state that he admitted to the probable cause affidavit based on two D felonies (Exhibit C-1). *** ■13. ■ One day after executing the deferred prosecution agreement, on March 14, 2013, the Officer disseminated a letter purporting to detail various felonies and misdemeanors allegedly committed by all memoers of the Board, various City of Lawrenceburg officials, and the Mayor, among others (Exhibit 0-2). ... The letter requested an investigation into those purported crimes. *** ■15. ■ None of the individuals identified in the Officer’s March 14 letter have been arrested, indicted, or

prosecuted. There is no evidence or indication at this point that any of those individuals will be arrested, indicted, or prosecuted. ■16. ■ Prosecutor Negangard testified that because the Officer’s allegations were made public during the pendency of an ongoing investigation by other law enforcement officials, he does not have a favorable opinion of the Officer. The undisputed testimony from Prosecutor Negangard is that he believes that the Officer’s allegations may have impaired the investigation by bringing undue publicity to the matter. There is no evidence that Prosecutor Negangard had an unfavorable opinion of the Officer prior to the dissemination of the March 14, 2013 letter. ■17. ■ Prosecutor Negangard testified that he is unwilling to receive information from any police officer who has admitted to (or been convicted of) a crime of dishonesty because it makes the prosecution of suspects much more difficult. Therefore, he informed the Chief that he (Prosecutor Negangard) could not accept information from the Officer due to the Officer’s judicial admission to the crime of conversion, which is a crime of dishonesty. The Board credits Prosecutor Negangard’s testimony in that regard. The Officer is the only officer from whom the prosecutor has refused to accept prosecution information. From the conclusions of law Votaw read: ■4. ■ Based on the foregoing evidence, the Board concludes that the Chief has proven by a preponderance of the credible evidence that the Officer’s conduct as described in Find-

Health dept. sets flu clinics

The Dearborn County Health Department has scheduled public flu vaccination clinics at the Aurora WalMart from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4, and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7. Flu shots will be offered for anyone ages 6 months and older. Anyone under 18 years

old needs to be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Cost of the flu vaccine is $10 per person-cash only. No appointment is necessary. For more information or directions, call the health department at 1-812-537-8843 or Wal-Mart Pharmacy at 1-812-926-3034.

Margaret Ann McAdams, 85, passed away Thursday, G’dale mayor, clerk, council at workshop Sept. 26, 2013. She was born City of Greendale mayor, The offices are located at 488 May 5, 1928, in Bowling council, clerk-treasurer and Ludlow St. Green, Ky., daughter of the chief deputy clerk will be atVoicemail will be checked. late Jason and Sarah (Skiles) tending the Indiana Associa- Leave a message at 1-812tion of Cities & Towns work- 537-9219 for the clerk-treaRichie. shops in Indianapolis. The surer and 1-812-537-5499 for She is survived by her two mayor and clerk-treasurer of- the mayor. In an emergency sons, Patrick (wife Sandy) fices will be closed Monday, contact Beth Lansing at 1-812McAdams and Joe (wife Oct. 7, and Tuesday, Oct. 8. 537-2125. Debbie) McAdams; daughter, Cherie Fields; two brothers; one sister; nine grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. from Intersection of HWY 350 and HWY 101 in Milan, Indiana go North 1 Services are being held Located Mile on HWY 101 to Old Milan Road and then East on Old Milan Road 1/4 mile to at the convenience of the auction site at 4632. Follow Signs: Go to 9334 for pictures. family. Contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Foundation. Fitch-Denney Funeral Home, Greendale, is in charge of arrangements.



REED, REV. MARY LEE - 73, Harrison, died Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013. Jackman Kercheval Meyers, Harrison, is in charge of arrangements.

Saturday, Oct 5, 2013 Beginning at 9:00 A.M. E.D.S.T.

Auction Notice Consisting of Antiques, Collectables, Old Items, Household Items & Misc. Outside Items Some Collectable. Go to 9334 for full listings.

Estate of Edna Taffe Roger Huff, Janine Huff & Andy Huff Auctioneers Napoleon 812-852-4484 or Cell 812-756-1239 Auction Licenses AUO1047063, AUO1006023

ing of Fact 2, 3, 4, and 9 is an offense proscribed in the SOPs recited in Finding of Fact 10; is in violation of the SOPs recited in Finding of Fact 11; constitutes “A Violation of Rules” as that term is used in Indiana Code § 36-8-3-4(b)(2)(B); and constitutes “Conduct Unbecoming an Office!” as that term is used in Indiana Code § 36-8-3-4(b)(2)(H). ■5. ■ Although the Officer is correct that other officers (including one prior to being hired and one prior to the adoption of the current SOPs) have violated the law, the conduct of the Officer is more serious as it relates to the functioning of the LPD. The admission of a crime of dishonesty and refusal of Prosecutor Negangard to accept prosecution information from the Officer impairs the functioning of the police department. Further, committing a crime of dishonesty while on duty and in uniform as a police officer undermines the faith and credibility of the public in dealing with members of the LPD generally, and the Officer specifically. ■6. ■ The Officer has suggested that the instant proceedings were commenced only after the dissemination of his March 14 letter. The Board finds that there is no causal connection between the March 14 letter and the initiation of termination

proceedings against Officer Taylor. The Board of Works finds that the instant proceedings are causally related to the resolution or disposition of judicial proceedings against the Officer which occurred only one day prior to the dissemination of the March 14 letter. Specifically, pursuant to Indiana Code § 36-8- 3-4(n), the Officer was subject to criminal charges prior to the execution of the deferred prosecution agreement, such that disciplinary proceedings could not commence until after the execution of that agreement. The Board finds that until the Officer admitted the elements of his criminal activity in the context of a judicial proceeding, any prior admission by Officer was entitled to less weight. The manner in which Officer sought during the course of the hearing to minimize the significance of his criminal activity bolsters the Board’s conclusion on that point. Voting to terminate Taylor’s employment were BOW members Bill-Bill Bruner and Donnie Bryant. BOW member Aaron Cook voted against it. BOW member Mario Todd had recused himself early in the hearing process. Votaw noted Taylor has 30 days to appeal the decision.


AT Lutz Auction Center Take I-74 to 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.

FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4, 2013 5:00 PM Doors open at 4: pm

This auction includes antique and modern furniture; household items. lawn maintenance equipment, snow blower and more. 2 buildings full, something for everyone. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This is not a complete listing. Check for details, pictures and late additions. Various Consignors - Owners • Dale and Randy Lutz • Auctioneer

513-266-1859/513-266-1860 AU01030327/AU10100126 TERMS: Cash or check with ID. No Buyers Premium.


Going out of the Bed & Breakfast business - The Mullberry Inn, the following items will be offered for sale at Public Auction. Located at 118 S. Mullberry St, Rising Sun, IN 47040. Watch for auction signs at the 4-way intersection of Hwy 56, High St, Main St. & Hwy 262 in Rising Sun. Take main St (Hwy 262) 1 block, turn left on S. Mullberry St.

Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013 • 1:00 P.M. E.S.D.T. Antiques & Collectibles: Large oak king size canopy bed; claw foot oak bedroom bench; two drawer oak wash stand; oak lamp table; oak cedar chest; claw foot dresser; oak bed; oak parlor top chest; marble top was stand; walnut bed’ 3 drawer chest with lamp holders; 3 drawer chest; dovetail cedar chest; 2 other 3 drawer chests; inlaid leather top 1 drawer stand; 3 nice bedroom chairs; oak pedestal stand; oak wash stand with mirror; oak fern stand; square claw foot oak table w/ glass to fit top and four chairs; square 5 legged oak table w/ glass to fit top and 4 chairs; oak round card table w/ glass to fit top & 4 chairs; large 78” long oak buffet with glass to fit top; large oak sideboard with mirror; 112 year old Weber upright piano w/ bench; large clock & base stand; ornate stand; matching loveseat; 3 matching chairs & parlor table; nice oak desk & chair; walnut glass door book shelf; German cuckoo clock; Civil War bayonet; wall mirrors, pictures; area rugs; lamps; bentwood chairs; hanging ceiling lights; 6 gal. brown crock; old books; iron skillets - Griswold, Wagner, etc; school desk; old toy found in wall of house; other misc. Hand Gun: German Walther 7.62 cal Model P.P. Household: Nice lg. floral sofa; bench; nice bed & bath linens; pots & pans; silverware; dishes; casseroles w/ lids; lg. coffeemaker; hand crafted Mulberry Inn mugs; lg. selection of nice Christmas decorations; lots of home decor; wooden giraffe, other wooden animals; leather elephant; set of skis and poles, video cabinet w/ video tapes and other household items. Auctioneer’s Note: Anyone wanting nice antiques needs to attend this auction. Due to heavy traffic in Aurora that day, Auction will start at 1:00 pm.

Terms: Cash or Checks w/ I.D. Bid # with I.D. OWNER: Kurt Jasper Auctioneer: Denny Brown • AU01032230 • 812-438-4624 Not Responsible For Accidents • Lunch will be served Go to #22149 for pictures

NOTICE FROM CITY OF GREENDALE Please remove all RV’s, TRAILERS and CAMPERS from City Streets. From OCTOBER 2013 through MARCH 2014. The City of Greendale will start LEAF PICK UP on OCTOBER 1, 2013. We will start on the SOUTH END of the city and work NORTH. We request that you DO NOT USE BAGS. Rake the leafs to the curb.

Thank you for your cooperation. Please contact the Utility Office 537-2125 if you should have any questions





A song in their hearts G: N I R U T A E F

Denver Burdette

Keith Swinney

Stanley Ross Hussung John Race

Judy K. Hall

Dave Taylor

The Southeastern Indiana Music Hall of Fame was established in 2001 with the inaugural inductions of Lonnie Mack and Ray Trotta. The tradition continues this year with the 2013 inductees. A ceremony will be held during the Aurora Farmers Fair at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2, on Stage II, located on Main Street, between Second and Third streets. Here are their nomination letters.

John Race John Race was born May 4, 1943, and was around music as soon as he can remember. He grew up with music as part of daily life. From the time he was five years old until his late teens, his family would go to Friendship to listen to his father play music at the firehouse or Muzzleloaders building. His father also played weddings and other functions around the area. This all made an impact on John. At nine years old he started taking piano lessons from Clara Eggleston and his own musical journey began at that time. John continued playing piano and when he went to the Navy he was stationed in San Diego and began jamming to

jazz music with local musicians while he was there. He continues to play the piano from time to time to this day but what makes John a Hall of Fame member is the 20 years he spent playing bass for local bluegrass group Rural Route 2. One of the founding members of the group, starting in 1988 and ending in 2008, John played bass with an emphasis on timing and tone and was always a steady rhythmic part of the group and kept the rest of the band in place. He recorded four music projects with the band during his time with them also. For all of the years of service to the local area playing with Rural Route 2, John is a perfect addition to the Music Hall of Fame.

Denver Burdette Born in Cincinnati Oct. 29, 1944, Denny’s family moved to Southeastern Indiana, in 1945. The family lived on small farms in Patriot and Rising Sun, and finally settled at Lake Dilldear, just off U.S. 50 outside Dillsboro, Ind. The youngest of six children, Denny was raised in a Christian home, and the family’s life centered on church activities and, particularly, Southern Gospel music. Denny’s father, O.L. Burdett, instilled a love of music in his children as well as virtually everyone he encountered. Mr. Burdett traveled throughout Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee, teaching church congregations in the art of shaped-note music, an Appalachian type of folk art. Throughout Denny’s childhood, he was immersed in the beautiful sounds of fourpart harmonies and introduced to the rudiments of music as a way of life. As a young boy, Denny sang with his father and brother in a male quartet- The Freewill Boys, based out of the Negangard Corner Freewill Baptist Church. He sang tenor as well as baritone, and traveled to many churches in the Tri-State area. Before he graduated from high school, he had sung with several groups from both Southeast Indiana and the Greater Cincinnati area: The Gospel Messengers, the Queen City Gospelaires, as well as the Freewill Boys. In July 1963, Denny joined the group founded by his brother, Larry, in 1961 - The Gospel Singing Travelaires. He sung baritone with the Travelaires on and off throughout the 60s, while working with his brothers at the General Motors Plant in Norwood, Ohio. In 1970, the Travelaires recorded their first album, Gonna Move, featuring Denny as the bass singer, along with his two brothers, Larry and Gene, and their father, O.L. In the early 1970s, Denny and his brother, Gene, began a new group, The Happenings, along with their wives and other friends. Larry would continue on with the Travelaires, and many times, the two groups would sing together at local churches. In the mid-70s, Denny took some time off the road from singing to spend a

bit more time with his young, growing family. During these years, he continued to follow Gospel Music, and sang with his wife and friends and their local church. Over the years, he led the singing (and would now be the Minister of Music) for several churches in Southeast Indiana including Hope Church, Dillsboro; Negangard Comer Freewill Baptist Church; New Life Baptist Church, Manchester, and the First Southern Baptist Church of Sunman,. During these years, he taught singing schools and the art of the shaped-note music to these congregations and others. In the late 1980s, Denny returned to the Travelaires, to travel and sing with his brother, Larry, and his family, first as a bass singer, and then as the baritone. The Travelaires traveled throughout the Midwestern and Southern states, encouraging people through music ministry, and inspiring young people to begin singing and using their God-given musical talents. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Denny wrote several songs, some of which were recorded by the Travelaires. The group continued, with Denny, until the death of his brother, Larry, in late 2006. Denny still continues to sing and teach young people and others in the fine art of Southern Gospel music. Although he moved to Cincinnati for a few years in the 70s, he returned to Indiana and has lived there for the past 30+ years, supporting Southern Gospel music and churches throughout Southeastern Indiana. He has taught adult Sunday School classes for many years and earned a teaching certificate from the Oklahoma Baptist University. He is working toward his associate’s degree in Christian Studies from OBU. He has served in leadership roles at the Masonic Lodge, Dillsboro, for several years, and his sons have also followed in his footsteps. For a life time of dedication and commitment to furthering Southern Gospel Music in Southeastern Indiana as well as throughout the Midwest and South, Denver L. Burdette is nominated for inclusion into the Southeastern Indiana Musicians Association, Inc., Hall of Fame.

Dave Taylor Dave Taylor grew up on the family farm near Guilford. Several family members were musicians. Aunt Jane Seevers played piano. Dad, Bill Taylor, played tenor banjo. Granddad, also Bill Taylor, played mandolin and loved to sing, mostly church hymns, but also some old tunes from his childhood days. At the age of 13, Dave got his first guitar and spent most of his spare time learning the basic chords and then how to sing and play at the same time. His first band was called The Renegades, a rock and roll group. Original members were Dave; John Blasdel on keyboard; Lonnie Steele on drums and brother, John Taylor, on bass guitar. The group became quite popular and performed at many events in the Tri-State area from 1967 through about 1975. After a few years time out, Dave’s musical interest turned to country music. In 1980 he and neighbor, Clifford “Dutch” Hoff-

meier, put together a new country band called Homebrew. Original band members included Dave Taylor on rhythm guitar and vocals; Pattie Taylor, vocals; Dutch Hoffmeier on guitar, fiddle and vocal; John Taylor on bass guitar and vocals, and Lonnie Steele on drums. The band played a mixture of current country, old country and bluegrass. Over the years other band members included Rodney Grubs, drums and vocals; Glen Gollowell, drums and vocals; Glenn Lochard, bass and vocals; Jim Wisema, steel guitar; Ed Digmon, lead guitar and vocals; Karen Addie, fiddle; Jack Smith, bass; Marty Thewer, drums and vocals; Harold Baker, fiddle; Jim Hamil, pedal steel; Ron Hollowell, lead guitar and vocals, and Wayne Bullock, bass and keyboard. The Homebrew band proved quite popular and performed at many venues around the Tri-State, including many cruises on the B&B Riverboats at Covington, Ky., many dances around the area, lots of private parties and weddings and receptions.

Judy Hall Judy K. (Roof) Hall, began her musical training with piano lessons at the age of 8. She played the piano for the opening of the Sunday School services each Sunday, at age 12, when the church - Emanuel Lutheran - was located on Fourth and Main Streets in Lawrenceburg (Newtown). She became the full-time organist at Emanuel in September 1956, when just a sophomore in Lawrenceburg High School and the organist at that time went off to college. She took lessons for two years at the Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music. She is still serving the con-

gregation of Emanuel and has completed 57 years. She has served under six different pastors. She has played for 224 weddings and probably about that many funerals. Her involvement in Rivertown Players theater group had her playing the piano and keyboard in 10 different summer musicals. At the church, she also works in the office as secretary. Her immediate family consists of son, David; daughter-in-law, Chris; grandson, Ethan, and brother, Barry Roof and sister-inlaw, Mary. Her late husband, Jack, has been deceased since 2000. She resides in Greendale.

Stanley Hussung Stanley Ross Hussung was born He also played with the band every Dec. 2, 1903, in Dearborn County, May Day at sunrise in the front yard Aurora. He died Nov. 30, 1958, at of what is now called Hillforest. My the age of 54, just two days before father played music as long as I can his 55th birthday. My remember and before, father started playing which is most of his music when he was life until the day he young, around 1913died. I remember my 1915. He played in a Dad telling me that band with his father when he was young and grandfather. He and wanted to learn to played in the Little play my grandfather’s German Band and Aufiddle, he would wait rora Civic Band. They until his dad went to played at the Aurora work then sneak the Farmers Fair, the Dearfiddle until he learned born County Fair and to play it. I was raised several other fairs. He around several musieven played places in Cincinnati, cal instruments as the tuba, tromOhio. bone, clarinet, cornet, fife, and Some people he played with were drums. He could play most instruFremont Bradley the Mail Man, ments but could not read music but George Sutton and family at Sutton’s he could play it. Every evening he Hatchery, Kebbler and his brothers. would play his fiddle. Stanley Ross Hussung was born Dec. 2, 1903, in Dearborn County,

Keith Swinney Keith Swinney was born in Lawrence, Ind., Feb. 20, 1982, the son of Anthony and Carole Swinney. He’s the oldest of four kids. He has two brothers, Brian and Kevin, also a little sister, Bridget. From the start Keith had a song in his heart. Keith has lived all of his life in the small town of Holton, population of about 350. All the way through school at South Ripley Keith was involved in music. He had lead singing parts in a lot of the school programs. He was a member of the high school choir, and got to sing in New York at different locations, and Washington D.C. at the Capital building. He started playing guitar when he was around 12 years old. His great-grandma, Maxine Wilson, was a big part of getting him started as a musician. As she taught him, Maxine lent him one of her guitars to take home and practice on. Learning songs of The Carter Family, The Browns, George Jones, Merle Haggard and a couple songs that Maxine had wrote herself, Keith’s love for country music grew strong.

She planted his root deep in the soil of true traditional country music. Two people who were the best teachers, best influences, and most supportive in Keith’s life were his grandparents, Orner and Nancy Ritchie. After about a year of guitar lesson from great-grandma Maxine, Orner and Nancy paid for Keith’s lessons in Greensburg. Ind., at The Melody Mart. Nancy picked him up after school once every week, and drove him to his lessons.They also bought him his first guitar. Holidays we’re always a great opportunity for Keith to get together and jam with his great-aunt, Marilynn Biddenger and his great-uncle, Jim Burress. One year they introduced him to two artists who really made an impact on him. Marilynn had given him a tape she had dubbed of Vern Gosdin. Keith was hooked! Known as “The Voice” Vern tugged on Keith’s heart string, and set an example for him. Keith said “every song I write I try to picture ol’ Vern singing it.”

See SWINNEY, Page 12


LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS "INVITATION TO BID" The City of Lawrenceburg Ludlow Hill Park Football Field Off R/W Concrete Project Notice is hereby given that the City of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, will receive sealed quotes for the Ludlow Hill Park Football Field Rehab. Project at the Lawrenceburg Clerk-Treasurer's Office, 212 Walnut Street, until 4:00 PM (local time) on Monday, October 21, 2013. The bids will be opened and read aloud and awarded at approximately 6:00 PM (local time) on October 21, 2013 at the Lawrenceburg Administration Building, 230 Walnut Street at the regularly scheduled Board of Works Meeting. This project is being bid as a Lump Sum Project. The scope of work shall include but not limited to the installation of and underground irrigation system, the import of top soil, grading and restoration of the said field per the plans and specifications prepared by Michael S. Hall Land Surveying. The City will obtain the required "Rule 5" permit and the Contractor will be required to install and maintain per the approved plan. The City will provide the Geotechnical Testing required. Bids shall include the completed Lawrenceburg Bid Form, Standard Questionnaire Form No. 96, including the non-collusion affidavit, project schedule, and the company's complete financial state ment. Each bid shall also include the completed Conflict of Interest I Nepotism affidavit and the E-Verify. forms provided. Each bid shall be accompanied by an acceptable bidders bond, certified check or a nonrevocable letter of credit prepared in substance and in form satisfactory to the City of Lawrenceburg, in the amount of five (5) percent of a lump-sum amount. Wage rates for this project shall not be less than the current prescribed scale of wages as deter mined pursuant to the provisions of chapter 319 of the Acts of the General Assembly of Indiana of 1935. The contractor receiving the award shall furnish an approved Performance Bond and a Payment Bond, each for one hundred (100) percent of the lump-sum amount, along with written proof of insurance before receiving the Notice to Proceed. Bidders Packets with detailed specifications and the required forms will be distributed at the mandatory Pre Bid Meeting. The mandatory Pre Bid Meeting will be held at 11:00 AM (local time) on October 14. 2013 at the Lawrenceburg Administration Building, 230 Walnut Street. Any questions shall be directed to Mike Hall of Michael S. Hall Land Surveying at (812) 537-5384. The City of Lawrenceburg is an Equal Opportunity / A.D.A. Compliant Employer. Jackie Stutz, Clerk-Treasurer City of Lawrenceburg Leslie Votaw, Attorney - City of Lawrenceburg C-10-1-JP-2t 40741 C-10-3-R-2t hspaxlp ORDINANCE NO. 2013 - 003 ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND AUTHORIZING RELATED MATTERS WHEREAS, Indiana Code 36-7-11.9 and 36-7-12 (collectively, the "Act") provides that the financing of single, identified economic development or pollution control facilities (as defined in the Act) and the provision of a program to finance multiple, unidentified economic development or pollution control facilities that promote a substantial likelihood of: (1) creating or retaining opportunities for gainful employment; (2) creating business opportunities; (3) providing reliable water services; (4) the abatement, reduction or prevention of pollution; or (5) the removal or treatment of substances in materials being processed that otherwise would cause pollution when used; serve a public purpose and will be of benefit to the health or general welfare of the unit; and WHEREAS, the Act provides that, if the fiscal body of a unit finds it necessary to finance economic development or pollution control facilities under the Act, the fiscal body may establish a department of economic development, to be controlled by an economic development commission. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the County Council of Dearborn County, Indiana (the "County"), as follows:

the Dearborn County Council enacted the Dearborn County Innkeeper's Tax; and THE JOURNAL-PRESS WHEREAS, on or about the 4th day of December, 1995, the Dearborn County Board of Commissioners created the Dearborn County Convention, Recreation, and Visitor Commission; and WHEREAS, since the enactment of the innkeeper's tax and the creation of the Dearborn County Convention, Recreation, and Visitor Commission, the State statutes governing said Commission have been amended thus necessitating an amendment to the Dearborn County ordinances pertaining to the Dearborn County Convention, Recreation, and Visitor Commission; and WHEREAS, the ordinances previously enacted which govern the Dearborn County Convention, Recreation, and Visitor Commission are § 32.020 and § 32.021 of the Dearborn County Code of Ordinances; WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners desire to update said ordinances so that they are in accordance with Indiana Code § 6-9-18-1 et seq. THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED that § 32.020 and § 32.021 of the Dearborn County Code of Ordinances shall be entirely stricken and replaced with the following: CONVENTION, VISITOR AND TOURISM COMMISSION § 32.020 ESTABLISHMENT; MEMBERSHIP. (A) The Dearborn County Convention, Visitor, and Tourism Commission was established by the Dearborn County Board of Commissioners by Ordinance No. 14, 1995 on or about the 4th day of December, 1995 and by this Ordinance, the Dearborn County Board of Commissioners hereby reaffirm its establishment. (B) The Commission shall be comprised of seven (7) members. (C) A simple majority of the members must be: (1) Engaged in a convention, visitor, or tourism business; or (2) Involved in or promoting conventions, visitors, or tourism. (D) At least two (2) of the members must be en gaged in the business of renting or furnishing rooms, lodging, or accommodations (as described in Indiana Code § 6-9- 18-3). (E) Not more than one (1) member may be affiliated with the same business entity. (F) No more than a simple majority of the members may be affiliated with the same political party. (G) Each member must reside in Dearborn County. (H) The Dearborn County Board of Commissioners shall appoint four (4) of themembers of the Com mission. ORDINANCE NO. 2013 - 003 (I) The Dearborn County Council shall appoint one ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING DEPARTMENT OF (1) of its members to serve on the Commission. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (J) Pursuant to Indiana Code § 6-9-18-5(b), the Mayor of Lawrenceburg shall appoint one (1) memAND AUTHORIZING RELATED MATTERS WHEREAS, Indiana Code 36-7-11.9 and 36-7-12 ber of the Commission. (collectively, the "Act") provides that the financing (K) Pursuant to Indiana Code § 6-9-18-5( c), the of single, identified economic development or pollu- Mayor of Greendale shall appoint one (1) member of tion control facilities (as defined in the Act) and the the Commission. provision of a program to finance multiple, unidenti- § 32.021 TERMS; VACANCIES; REMOVAL FOR fied economic development or pollution control fa- CAUSE. cilities that promote a substantial likelihood of: (A) All terms of office of Commission members be(1) creating or retaining opportunities for gainful gin on January 1. employment; (B) Initial appointments must be for staggered (2) creating business opportunities; terms, with subsequent appointments for two (2) year terms. (3) providing reliable water services; (4) the abatement, reduction or prevention of pollu- (C) In order to ensure that the terms of the Com tion; or mission members tenns are staggered, (5) the removal or treatment of substances in mate- the four (4) initial appointments of the Dearborn rials being processed that otherwise would cause County Board of Commissioners shall be for a pollution when used; serve a public purpose and one (1) year term. Subsequent appointments for will be of benefit to the health or general welfare of these four (4) Commission members will be for the unit; and two (2) years. WHEREAS, the Act provides that, if the fiscal body (D) The appointed member of the Dearborn County of a unit finds it necessary to finance economic de- Council and the appointments by velopment or pollution control facilities under the the Mayors of Lawrenceburg and Greendale shall Act, the fiscal body may establish a department of be for two (2) year terms and shall continue as C-9-24-JP-2t economic development, to be controlled by an eco- two (2) year terms thenceforth. C-9-26-R-2t hspaxlp (E) A member whose tenn expires may be reap nomic development commission. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the pointed to serve another tenn. County Council of Dearborn County, Indiana (the (F) If a vacancy occurs, the appointing authority "County"), as follows: shall appoint a qualified person to Section 1. This County Council hereby establishes serve for the remainder of the tenn. a department of economic development, to be con- (G) If an initial appointment is not made by Februtrolled by a commission known as "Dearborn ary 1, or a vacancy is not filled County Economic Development Commission." within thirty (30) days, the Commission shall ap Section 2. The County Council hereby nominates point a member by majority vote. the following person to serve on the Dearborn (H) A member of the Commission may be removed County Economic Development Commission: Jody for cause by his appointing Blasdel. authority. Section 3. Any officer of the County is hereby § 32.022 SALARY NOT PERMITTED; REIMBURSEauthorized and directed, for and on behalf of the MENT. County, to execute and deliver any instrument or (A) Members of the Commission may not receive a take any other action as such officer determines to salary. be necessary or desirable to accomplish the pur- (B) Commission members are entitled to reim poses of this ordinance, such determination to be bursement for necessary expenses conclusively evidenced by such officer's having incurred in the performance of their respective duexecuted such instrument or having taken such ac- ties. tion, and any such officer's having executed and § 32.023 ORGANIZATION; MEETINGS; QUORUM; delivered any such instrument or having taken any MAJORITY VOTE NECESSARY. such action is hereby ratified and approved. (A)The Commission shall meet after January 1 Section 4. This ordinance shall be effective immedi- each year for the purpose of organization. ately upon its adoption. (B) It shall elect one (1) of its members President, DULY PASSED on this 17th day of September, 2013 another Vice President, another by Dearborn County Council. Secretary, and another Treasurer. DEARBORN COUNTY COUNCIL (C) The members elected to the offices listed above ATTEST: Gail Pennington - Auditor shall perform the duties C-10-1-JP-2t pertaining to those offices. 40801 C-10-3-R-2t hspaxlp (D) The officers chosen shall serve from the date of their election until their RESOLUTION NO. 2013 - 004 successors are elected and qualified. RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF (E) The Commission shall meet at least quarterly; COMMISSIONERS OF THE COUNTY OF however, the Commission may elect to meet on a DEARBORN, INDIANA, APPROVING CERTAIN more frequent basis. AMENDMENTS TO THE PLAN FOR THE (F) A majority of the Commission constitutes a WEST HARRISON EXPANDED quorum; however, the concurrence of a majority of ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AREA WHEREAS, the Dearborn County Redevelopment the Commission is necessary to authorize any acCommission (the "Redevelopment Commission") tion. previously adopted and amended a Declaratory § 32.024 POWERS; EXPENDITURES; BUDGET. Reso lution (the "Declaratory Resolution") establ (A) In accordance with Indiana Code § 6-9-18-6(a), ish ing the West Harrison Expanded Economic De- the Commission may: (1) Accept and use gifts, grants, and contributions velopment Area (the "Economic Development Area") and the West Harrison Expanded Economic from any public or private Development Area Allocation Area (the "Allocation source, under telms and conditions that the ComArea") in the County, and approving an Economic mission considers necessary and desirable; Development Plan for the Econom ic Development (2) Sue and be sued; Area (the "Plan"); and 1. WHEREAS, on September 12, 2013, the Redeve (3) Enter into contracts and agreements; lopment Commission approved and adopted a (4) Make rules necessary for the conduct of its busiResolution (the "2013 Resolution") amending the ness and the accomplishment of its purposes; Declaratory Resolution to add certain projects to (5) Receive and approve, alter, or reject requests the Plan, to modify the existing Allocation Area, and and proposals for funding by corporations qualified to create an additional allocation area to be known under subdivision (6); (6) After its approval of a proposal, transfer money, as the "Whitewater Mill Allocation Area"; and WHEREAS, the Redevelopment Commission sub- quarterly or less frequently, from the fund estab lished under Indiana Code § 6-9-18-4(a), or from mitted the 2013 Reso lution to the Dearborn County Plan Commission (the " Plan Commission") money transferred from that fund to the Commission's treasurer under Indiana Code § 6-9-1 8for its approval pursuant to IC 36-7- 14-16; and WHEREAS, on September 16, 2013, the Plan Commi 4(b), to any Indiana not-for-profit corporation to pross ion issued its order approv ing the 2013 Resolu- mote and encourage conventions, visitors, or tourism in Dearborn County; and tion; and NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board (7) Require financial or other reports from any corof Commissioners of the County of Dearborn, Indi- poration that receives funds under this chapter. (B) All expenses of the Commission shall be paid ana, as fol lows: 1. The Board of Commissioners hereby approves from the fund established under Indiana Code § the amendments to the Plan as provided in the 2013 6-9-18-4(a) or from money transferred from that Resolution, and hereby approves the order of the fund to the Commission's treasurer under Indiana Code § 6-9-18-4(b). Plan Commission approving the 2013 Resolution. 2. This Resolution shall be in full force and effect (C) An expenditure may not be made under this chapter unless it is in accordance with an appro from and after its passage by the Boa rd of priation made by the Dearborn County Council in Commissioners as required by law. DULY PASSED on this 17th day of September, 2013 the manner provided by law. (D) The Commission shall annually prepare a by the Board of Commissioners. DEARBORN COUNTY budget, taking into consideration the BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS recommendations made by a corporation qualified under § 32.024(A)(6), above, and submit it to the SHANE MCHENRY, President Dearborn County Council for its review and ap KEVIN LYNCH, Member proval. ART LITTLE, Member § 32.025 OATH; COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL AND ATTEST:GAYLE Pennington, County Auditor STATE LAWS. C-9-24-JP-2t (A) Each Commission member, before entering 40546 C-9-26-R-2t hspaxlp his/her duties, shall take an oath of office in the BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS usual form, to be endorsed upon his/her certificate DEARBORN COUNTY, INDIANA of appointment and promptly filed with the Clerk ORDINANCE 2013--017 ofthe Dearborn Circuit Court. ORDINANCE AMENDING THE (B) The Commission is a governmental body and, DEARBORN COUNTY CONVENTION, VISITOR AND as such, shall comply with all Federal and State TOURISM COMMISSION laws including, but not limited to, the following: An Ordinance to amend the Dearborn County Con- (1) Indiana "Open Door Law" (Indiana Code § vention, Visitor and Tourism 5-14-1.5-1 et seq.); Commission; (2) Indiana "Access to Public Records" law (Indiana WHEREAS, on or about the 18th day of April, 1995, Code § 5-14-3-1 et seq.); the Dearborn County Council (3) Indiana "Publication of Notices" law (Indiana enacted the Dearborn County Innkeeper's Tax; and Code § 5-3-1 et seq.); WHEREAS, on or about the 4th day of December, (4) Indiana "Nepotism" law (Indiana Code § 1995, the Dearborn County Board of 36-1-20.2-1 et seq.); and Commissioners created the Dearborn County Con- (5) Indiana "Conflict oflnterest" law (Indiana Code § vention, Recreation, and Visitor Commission; 35-44.1- 1-4).

Code § 5-14-3-1 et seq.); (3) Indiana "Publication of Notices" law (Indiana PAGE 7 Code § 5-3-1 et seq.); (4) Indiana "Nepotism" law (Indiana Code § 36-1-20.2-1 et seq.); and (5) Indiana "Conflict oflnterest" law (Indiana Code § 35-44.1- 1-4). (C) All money coming into possession of the Commission shall be deposited, held, secured, invested, and paid in accordance with statutes relating to the handling of public funds. (D) The handling and expenditure of money coming into possession of the Commission is subject to audit and supervision by the State Board of Ac counts. § 32.026 UNAUTHORIZED TRANSFER OR USE OF FUNDS. (A) Pursuant to Indiana Code § 6-9-18··8, a member of the Commission who knowingly: (1) Approves the transfer of money to any person or corporation not qualified under law for that transfer; or (2) Approves a transfer for a purpose not permitted under law; commits a Class D felony. (B) A person who receives a transfer of money under this chapter and knowingly uses that money for any purpose not permitted under this chapter commits a Class D felony. § 32.027 EFFECTIVE DATE. (A) All provisions of this Ordinance shall take effect immediately upon passagt: by the Dearborn County Board of Commissioners. (B) If the current make-up of the Commission does not meet the requirements of this Ordinance and State statutes, the President of the Commission shall immediately notify the Dearborn County Administrator so that the Dearborn County Board of Commissioners may make the necessary changes for the remainder of the year 2013. (C) Beginning on January 1,2014 and continuing thereafter, all appointments shall be made in accordance with this Ordinance and State statutes. ALL OF WHICH IS ORDAINED by the Board of Commissioners of Dearborn County, Indiana this the 17th day of September, 2013. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DEARBORN COUNTY, INDIANA SHANE MCHENRY, President KEVIN LYNCH, Member ART LITTLE, Member ATTEST:GAYLE Pennington, County Auditor C-9-24-JP-2t 40533 C-9-26-R-2t hspaxlp

RESOLUTION No. 2013-005 RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE COUNTY OF DEARBORN, INDIANA, APPROVING AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT WITH WHITEWATER MILL, INC. WHEREAS, Whitewater Mill, LLC (the "Company") proposes to expand its milling operations in Dearborn County; and WHEREAS, the Company has requested that the Board of Commissioners of Dearborn County, Indiana (the "Board of Commissioners") enter into an Economic Development Agreement substantially in the form of Exhibit A hereto (the "Agreement") wherein the Company agrees to undertake certain job creation if Dearborn County, Indiana, and the Dearborn County Redevelopment Commission commit (subject to the completion of all legal requirements) to provide certain incentives to the Company as set forth in the Economic Development Agreement; and WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners recog nizes the urgent need to assist in attracting well-paying jobs for the people of the County; Now, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Commissioners of Dearborn County, Indiana, as follows. 1. The Board of Commissioners hereby approves the Economic Development Agreement in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A. 2. The proper offices of the Board of Commissioners are hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver the Economic Development Agreement in substantially the form attached hereto, with such changes as such officers shall approve, such approval to be evidenced by the execution thereof. 3. Subject to all procedures required by law, the officers of the Board of Commissioners are hereby authorized and directed to take all action necessary to implement the Economic Development Agree ment. PASSED AND ADOPTED this 17th day of September, 2013. DEARBORN COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS SHANE MCHENRY, President KEVIN LYNCH, Member ART LITTLE, Member ATTEST:GAYLE Pennington, County Auditor C-9-24-JP-2t 40544 C-9-26-R-2t hspaxlp

NOTICE TO BIDDERS GENERAL Sealed proposals for "Tanner Creek Force Main" located in Lawrenceburg. Dearborn County, Indi ana, will be received by the Board of Works, City of Greendale, hereinafter referred to as "Owner", at the office of the City Manager, City of Greendale! 510 Ridge Avenue in Greendale. Indian.a 47025 until 3:00 p.m. local time on October 15. 1013. opened and read aloud. All proposals received after the designated time will be returned unopened. Please contact Hrezo Engineering, Inc. "Engineer" with any questions. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS The work on this project shall be performed in accordance with the Bid and Contract Documents dated June 2013. prepared by Hrezo Engineering. Inc., Greendale, Indiana. This BID shall consist of the installation of approximately 4524 If of 12" PVC C-900 (DR-lS) force main including approximately 100 lineal feet of trenchless installation, air release valves, tapping sleeve, plug valves, and appurtenances. Bid forms can be picked up at the offices of Hrezo Engineering, Inc., 1025 Ridge Avenue, Greendale, Indiana, 47025. EXAMINATION OF PLANS Plans and specifications for the project are on file and may be examined at the following locations: Greendale Utilities Building 510 Ridge Avenue Greendale, IN 47025 812-537-2125 Hrezo Engineering, Inc. 1025 Ridge Avenue Greendale, IN 47025 812-537-4700 Allied Construction 3 Kovach Drive Cincinnati, Ohio 45215 513-221-8020 F.W.Dodge McGraw-Hill, Inc. 8900 Keystone Crossing Suite 540 Indianapolis, IN. 46240 Copies of the plans and specifications may be obtained from the office of Hrezo Engineering, Inc. for a non-refundable fee of $80,00 per set. Checks are to be made payable to Hrezo Engineering, Inc. A certified check, bank draft, or a satisfactory bid bond executed by the BIDDER and Surety Com pany, payable to the City of Greendale, in an amount equal to five percent (5%) of the bid shall be submitted with each bid. BIDDER awarded work will be required to fur nish acceptable surety bond in the amount of one hundred percent (100%) of the Contract Price. Each bid shall be enclosed in a sealed opaque envelope marked with the name and place of business of the BIDDER and bearing the following caption: "BID - TANNERS CREEK FORCE MAIN" Mailed proposals shall be addressed to City Manager. City of Greendale, 510 Ridge Avenue, Greendale, IN 47025. All bids will be held for a period of sixty (60) days after opening. BY THE ORDER OF THE BOARD OF WORKS CITY OF GREENDALE C-9-26-R-2t 40619 C-10-1-JP-2t hspaxlp




Students in Mrs. McBroom’s first grade classroom at Aurora Elementary School participated in the first Read with Raiko program on Aug. 28. Read with Raiko is a program that allows Deputy Ben McBroom and his K9 partner, Raiko, to visit classrooms and give students the opportunity to read with Raiko. The students took turns reading books to Raiko and their other classmates. Deputy McBroom also explained to the students what Raiko’s jobs include and how she serves the public. The students were able to ask Deputy McBroom questions and interact with Raiko. The students will get the opportunity to read with Raiko again throughout the school year.



Arts, craft vendors wanted for Navy Bean Fest The Rising Sun Navy Bean Fall Festival is currently seeking Arts and Craft Vendors. The annual Rising Sun Navy Bean Fall Festival will take place Friday, Oct. 11 and Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013 in downtown Rising Sun and the Riverfront Park. Homemade navy bean soup and cornbread is served on the riverbank. The festival hosts a KidZone, festival rides, parade and a variety of free enter-


Students in grades five and six in Dillsboro Elementary have elected their new student council members for the 2013-2014 school year. The student council, under direction of Judy Hagedorn and Janet Ingle perform many activities throughout the school year, providing community support with toy and food drives and school fun with dances and activities. The student council also represents the student population when showing school spirit at ballgames by providing special appearances by our mascot, “Buster the Bulldog”. Members lead the school in the Pledge of Allegiance each morning to start the day. Student council members collect recyclable paper and containers from classrooms each week in an effort to help the environment. Student council members also support drug awareness with activities during Red Ribbon Week in October. Front row from left to right are Chayne Conly, Amanda Mathews, Jessalynn Suesz. Back row from left to right are Tucker Owens, Alexis Qualters, Caitlin Teaney, Shea McCracken and Isaac Rump.

tainment for all ages. This 438-2750 or visit the festival year’s headliner entertain- website at navybeanfestival. ment will feature country art- com. ists, Restless Heart on Friday evening and STARSHIP featuring Mickey Thomas on Saturday evening. Electricity is available Thursday, September October 2, 2013 9 Thursday, October263- -Wednesday, Wednesday, October on a first come, first serve basis depending on electrical needs. Festival admission and parking is free. For information concerning Arts and Crafts vendor booths, please contact Karrah Miller at 812-

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ORSANCO poster contest underway Students in primary and secondary schools (public and private, K-12) are invited to design a poster for the 25th annual River Sweep 2014. Fifteen prizes will be awarded. The grand prize is a $500 and the school representing the grand prize winner will also receive an award. A $500 prize will be presented to the student with the winning design for the official River Sweep t-shirt. Thirteen $50 prizes will be awarded to one winner at each grade level. The poster contest is open to students living in or attending schools in counties bordering the Ohio River, or counties participating in the River Sweep. This includes all counties along the Ohio River in Ohio, West Virginia, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania. The 25th annual River Sweep will be held Saturday, June 21, 2014. River Sweep is a oneday cleanup project for the Ohio River and its tributaries. The Sweep covers nearly 3,000 miles of shoreline from Pittsburgh, Pa., to Cairo, Ill., and averages more than 18,000 volunteers a year. Trash collected during the Sweep has included cars, tires, furniture, toys, a piano, and a variety of other items. All trash

collected is either recycled or placed in approved landfills. River Sweep is held to create an awareness of water quality problems caused by litter and illegal dumping. The poster contest, held in conjunction with River Sweep, is one way to spread the word about litter prevention. Posters submitted for the contest should reflect this goal and focus on encouraging volunteer participation. DEADLINE for the River Sweep Poster Contest is Friday, Dec. 13. River Sweep is sponsored by the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission (ORSANCO). ORSANCO is the water pollution control agency for the Ohio River and its tributaries. Other agencies participating in the River Sweep include Illinois EPA, Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet, Kentucky River Authority, and West Virginia Make It Shine Program. Voluntary contributions from industries provide major funding for the Sweep. For further information about the River Sweep Poster Contest, or for complete contest rules, contact Lisa Cochran at 1-800-3593977, or visit the Commission’s website

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SUCCESS of Lawrenceburg “Before I came to Dr. Mike I had no energy or motivation to do anything, and I had been that way for years. I came to Dr. Mike because I was in so much pain and discomfort I couldn’t hardly move. It has been about a week and a half and the difference is amazing. I feel so much better. I am 28 years old and I like I’m 18 again. I feel like I can carry the world on my back and not break a sweat. It is amazing that in just a little over a week I have done a 180 degree turn around. My energy level has shot through the roof, to the point that I can’t wear myself out enough to sleep. I am so thankful for Dr. Mike and his staff. They are so great. I am back to my old self and it’s all thanks to you Dr. Mike, and your staff. I owe you guys everything. Thank you so very much.” ~R.S.



US 50 in the JTS Plaza, across from McCabe’s



Ongoing events Breast Cancer Support Group meets third Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. in the Dearborn Room, second floor, at Dearborn County Hospital in Lawrenceburg. Everyone is welcome. Contact: Jan Tyler, 812926-3927, or Terri Jones, 812376-6781. Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Meets on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m. at the Milan Public Library and the third Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. at Dearborn County Hospital, Ohio Room – 2nd Floor, in Lawrenceburg. For more information: 888-422-2691 or www. Eating Disorder Support Group for women and teens Wednesday evenings 6 to 8 p.m. at Dearborn County Hospital Conference Center, Dearborn Room. Cost: $20, one time fee covers class materials. Sponsored by: Christian based and confidential. For more information call Rae Lynn DeAngelis, 513-505-7386. ANAD meetings Eating Disorder Support Group of Southeastern Indiana every Friday at 6 p.m. at Lawrenceburg Community Center. Contact info: Lara Komon at 859-496-1206 or Food Pantries The Clearinghouse is a community backed food pantry that strives to help individuals in basic need of food, clothing, and financial need. We serve five counties with four locations to facilitate your needs. Food Service: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.: MondayFirst Presbyterian Church, 215 Fourth St., Aurora; Tuesday-Zion United Church, 40 Walnut St., Lawrenceburg; Wednesday-First Presbyterian Church, 215 Fourth St., Aurora; Thursday-Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 495 Ludlow, Greendale. The St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry located at 210 Fifth Street, Aurora. Regular weekly schedule, open on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 10 a.m. to 12 noon to serve you. For further information, call us at 812926-1637. First Baptist Church’s Food Pantry, 45 Tebbs Ave., Greendale, Ind., is available the second Monday of every month from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. “Singin’ Time in Indiana” The second Saturday evening of each month, the Highlights Quartet will be hosting a free gospel sing called “Singin’ Time in Indiana, at Dearborn Adult Center, 311 W. Tate St., Lawrenceburg. It’s not sponsored by any one church but is open to all who would like to enjoy an evening of gospel music and fellowship. Bingo Every Monday night at Sunman Legion Post 337 beginning at 6:30 p.m. For information: 812623-2972. Woodturners Southeastern Indiana Woodturners, local chapter of the American Association of Woodturners, invite men and women of all ages



to learn to turn at Jerry Williams shop, 8896 Baseline Road, Holton, Ind., on the second and fourth Monday of the month from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. All skill levels are welcome. For more information call Gerald Williams, 812689-6545, or Charles Martin, 812-926-2218 Cross Eyed Riders #752, Christian Motorcyclists Association meets the first Sunday of the month at 1 p.m. for food and fellowship and at 2 p.m. for meeting at Hog Rock Cafe, formerly the Railroad Inn, 101 East Carr Street, Milan. Call 513-218-9707 or 812-654-3713 or email www. for directions or other information. 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 812576-4186. Bright Farmers Market is held each Friday, weather permitting, at the Providence Presbyterian Church, corner of State Line and Salt Fork Roads, from 3 to 6:30 p.m. We offer in season produce, eggs, jams and jellies, plants, baked goods, soaps and more. For further information please contact Linda Johnson at 812637-3898 or Judy Greer at 812637-3015. 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 or at 812539-4251. 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. No bingo Friday, Oct. 4. New Hours VFW Post #5312, Aurora is now open only Wednesdays and Fridays from 3 to 10 p.m. VFW will be open for Farmer’s Fair Week: Hours are going to be: Wednesday. Oct. 2, 3 to 10 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 3, Open House 3 to 11., With band playing from 8 to 11 p.m., Friday, Oct. 4, Open House 12 noon to 2 a.m., with Monkeybone playing., Saturday, Oct. 5, Open House 10 a.m. to 2 a.m., Monkeybone will be playing again. We The Hoosiers meet monthly, the second Thursday at the Lawrenceburg Fire House at 7 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. Fourth grade teachers-bring your students for field trip - this is wonderful Indiana history. Call 812-432-5401 or 812-667-5330. No Charge. Aurora’s Afternoon Social Featuring Kenny Jackson Band Wednesday afternoons 1 to 3 p.m. at the Aurora Lions Club Building. Oct. 16, Nov. 6, Dec. 4, Dec. 18. Main Street Aurora Senior Dances on Main Oct. 12 and Nov. 9, 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. at the Aurora Lions Club with music by the Wooden Axles. Cost: $5 per person. Proceeds from sale of the concessions go to Relay for Life.

Nightmare on Volunteer Drive Friday and Saturday, Oct. 11 through Oct. 26, 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Admission $6. Presented by Aurora Fire Dept. off of Dutch Hollow Road at US 50

dealer set-up as early as 6 a.m. Parking is free, but an adult, over age 18, admission of $3 is charged at all times. Children and leashed, attended pets are welcomed. Complete Tri-State Antique Market information, including detailed directions, area acThrough Oct. 20 commodations, and a photo galOhio Renaissance Festival lery of treasures found are availSaturdays and Sundays, 10:30 Saturday, Oct. 5 able at www.lawrenceburgana.m. to 6 p.m. Rain or shine. Aurora Farmers Fair or from manager Join members of the Breast Can- Bruce Metzger at 513-738-7256. Tuesday, Oct. 1 cer Support Group as they parCrohns & Colitis Foundation Crohns & Colitis Foundation ticipate in the annual Aurora Fundraiser at Larosa’s Sunday, Fundraiser at Bob Evans TuesOct. 6 all day. Fifteen percent of day, Oct. 1, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Kids Farmers Fair Parade in Aurora and raise awareness about breast sales will be donated to fundraiser. eat free. Fifteen percent of sales cancer. Parade participants will will be donated to fundraiser. be riding in Bill Yelton’s pink Ca- Monday, Oct. 7 dillac and some participants may Novelty Bingo Thursday, Oct. 3 be walking along side the car, Loving Grandmothers Club #979 Old Friends And Bright Beginnings’ monthly luncheon will be and all will be decked out in pink fund raiser Monday, Oct. 7 at the attire. If you plan to participate, Aurora VFW, 222 Second Street, Thursday, Oct. 3, at Dearborn Hills United Methodist Church at contact Jan Tyler, 812-926-3927. to raise money for the Shriner’s Transportation Fund and Project 11:30 a.m. Lunch will be catered Sunday, Oct. 6 CURE Childhood Cancer. Donaby B&P Grubbs. They will be Tri-State Antique Market tions in the form of money, gift serving chicken/noodle casseSunday, Oct. 6 marks season fi- certificates, merchandise, etc. are role, sweet potatoes, green needed. Deadline for donations is beans, Cole slaw, bread and des- nale of Tri-State Antique Market at Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds. Saturday, Sept. 17. For more insert. For more information conformation: Shelly Snapp, 812tact Lois Gellert 812-487-2026 or Tri-State Antique Market hours are from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. 576-2105; Pat Thompson, 812Thelma Stutz 812-637-5569. Shoppers are admitted during 576-4233.

Oct. 3, 4, 5

Rummage Sale St. John’s United Church of Christ at the Old School House on Columbus Avenue in Batesville, Thursday, Oct. 3, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Friday, Oct. 4, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, Oct. 5, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Something for everyone. For more information: 812-663-7422.

Garten, Karaoke. Saturday: Open at 3 p.m., chicken dinner starting at 4 p.m., grilled pork chop dinner starting at 5:30 p.m. Reverse raffle, pie auction, and music by Squeeze Play starting at 7:30 p.m. German sausage, burgers, Reuben sandwiches and sauerkraut balls available both days.

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St. Nicholas Turtle Soup Supper Friday, October 4, 2013 Serving 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM Featuring: St. Nicholas Famous Turtle Soup Also serving Chicken Noodle Soup along with Fish or Grilled Chicken Sandwiches Carry out available Beer Gardens • Games for the whole family Directions: I-74 to the Sunman-Milan exit #156 – Turn south on SR 101 to Sunman (approx. 4 miles) After RR tracks turn right and follow signs to St. Nicholas Church (approx. 3 miles) Contact the parish office with any questions (812) 623-2964 License: 2013-132189

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No comeback this time for Tigers Dogs intercept 4 LHS passes in 3A divison rout BY JIM BUCHBERGER Sports Editor LAWRENCEBURG Batesville threw some offensive wrinkles and a relentlessly aggressive defense at Lawrenceburg Friday night at Dick Meador Stadium. In a matchup of the two top teams in the Eastern Indiana Athletic Association's Class 3A footballl division, Tigers killled their own chances for a fourth comeback win of the season and the Bulldogs (6-0) remained unbeaten, convincingly, 34-6. Bulldogs rushed for 453 yards, throwing a changeup from their regular “Spinner” wing-T misdirection offense to a Pro Wing against a beleaguered LHS defense that was repeated pushed back onto the field. That's because the Dogs' Eagle Five defense harassed the Tigers' spread passing attack all night, sacking QB Sam Fette (11-for-26, 215 yards, one TD) four times, breaking up several passes and hurrying him into a season-high four interceptions. Two of those Batesville interceptions came after Lawrenceburg drove into the red zone, threatening to score.

Soccer pairings set for tourney kickoffs Oct. 7 Staff Report INDIANAPOLIS – Pairings for the 20th annual Indiana High School Athletic Association boys and girls state soccer tournaments are set for postseason kickoffs Monday, Oct. 7. A field of 299 boys teams, a record for the 20th consecutive year, and 258 girls teams are entered, with pairings drawn Friday. Boys sectional action at 64 sites – 32 in each class – will be played Monday, Oct. 7 through Saturday, Oct. 12. Sixteen boys regional sites – eight in each class – will host two rounds each on Thursday, Oct. 17, and Saturday, Oct. 19. Boys semistates will be played at four sites on Saturday, Oct. 26 in a tworound format, with the survivors squaring off in the state championship matches Saturday, Nov. 2, at IUPUI in Indianapolis. Girls sectionals – 32 in Class 2A and 16 in Class A – will also run Oct. 7-12. Regionals will be played Wednesday, Oct. 16 and Saturday, Oct. 19 in Class 2A, with Class A regionals a one-match affair played Saturday. Locally, defending champion East Central boys open play Monday at 6 p.m. vs. Madison in Class 2A Sectional 26 at Madison Junior High School. Defending boys Class A sectional champion Lawrenceburg heads back to Jac-Cen-Del to take on Milan in first-round play. Date and time are yet to be announced. Girls Class 2A sectional defending champ East Central opens its five-team Sectional 26 at Batesville Tuesday, Oct. 6, at 6 p.m. vs. the host Bulldogs. Lawrenceburg's defending Class A champion Lady Tigers host Sectional 45 and have drawn Switzerland County in the 5 p.m. opener Tuesday. Sectional championships all are scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 12.

ing drive, as it turned out, came next - a 63yard, five play lightning strike capped by a perfect 47-yard throw and catch by Zach Steuer, one-on-one down the right sideline. A bad snap to holder Riley Lansing resulted in an incomplete two-point pass, leaving the margin at 10-6. Tigers never got closer, as Batesville took a 13-6 halftime edge on Heil's 32-yard field goal on the last play of the first half. That capped an eight-play, 39-yard possession that ended on third-and-10 at the LHS 12. Longest drive of the night by LHS came to naught to open the third quarter, a 15-play marathon that died on fourthand-13 at the Bulldog 19-yard line, with a Fette underthrow picked off in JIM BUCHBERGER/Journal-Press the end zone by LB Colin Batesville QB Connor Schuck (6) reaches for the goal line on a keeper play, just prior to fumbling away the football, early Brown. in the unbeaten Bulldogs' 34-6 EIAC Class 3A Division win at Lawrenceburg Friday. Back in business at their own 20, Dogs drove A third went for a 48-yard But we did not execute for nor Schuck lost the handle quarter for the initial 3-0 lead. pick-six by DB Ben Wilson, four quarters. We just did not on first-and-goal at the LHS Batesville never looked the field to score on a 10-yard which proved to be the LHS play well. five-yard line on his team's back. Dogs' first intercep- quarterback dive by Connor backbreaker, putting the Bull“Our defense kept us in the second possession. tion, on a tipped ball, but Schuck with 4:34 left, widendogs on top 27-6 with 10:29 game again, but we just could But it never fazed the visi- gave it right back on Clay- ing the gap to 20-6. Ten plays iinto Lawrenceremaining. never get in a rhythm on of- tors, who came right back ton McKinley's fumble at the “In high school sports, you fense. When we started to get with a five-play 55-yard scor- LHS 45. Tigers went four and burg's next possession, on never have the same team into rhythm, we did not finish ing drive next time around. out and Boston Gowan took it first down at the Batesville two weeks in a row,” said drives with points.” Peter Heil kicked a 28-yard to the house, 85 yards on the 13, Fette's arm was hit as he Tiger coach Ryan Knigga. “I Bulldogs lost their only field goal from the left angle very next snap for the 10-0 threw, with the ball going directly to Brown, who rethought our kids played re- two turnovers, both fumbles, on fourth-and-five from the lead at the 3:00 mark. ally hard for four quarters. in the first quarter. QB Con- Tiger 12 at 7:05 in the first Lawrenceburg's lone scorSee NO, Page 11

EC stays on top in conference Trojans wallop Knights 66-7 in 4A division tilt BY TIM HILLMAN Staff Writer ST. LEON - East Central football took a step towards winning another Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference (EIAC) football crown with a 66-7 win over the South Dearborn Knights on Friday. Although posting just its second win of the season, Trojans (2-4) puts themselves at 2-0 in the Class 4A division of the EIAC with one game - homecoming Friday versus Connersville - remaining for the division title. Coach Justin Roden's team took no time putting away the visiting Knights (0-6, 0-2 EIAC 4A), scoring 17 points in the first four minutes en route to a 45-0 halftime ad-

vantage. East Central's opening score took just two plays as EC senior Cade Kneuven galloped 31 yards for the 7-0 lead with 11:09 left in the opening quarter. Senior Brett Mahoney kicked the first in his perfect 8-for-8 extra points. Knights ran just two plays before junior K.J. Probst was sacked by freshman Sid Fox. Senior linebacker Nick Dressman scooped up the loose ball and ran it in from 15 yards for the 14-0 lead at the 10:49 mark. EC linebacker Lucas Frick picked off Probst to set up another scoring attempt at the SD 20 on the next possession. Trojans had to settle for a 40yard field goal by sophomore Joe Brush with 8:38 left in the opening quarter. Brush kept the Knights pinned deep all night with his kickoffs into the end zone, recording five touchbacks

while averaging 56.4 TD, Int.) connected with yards per kick. Justin Stone for a 37After another SD yard TD strike with 2:33 three-and-out, EC set left in the half. Freshman up shop on their own Nick Stidham kicked the 46. Five plays later, extra point. sophomore Doug RoseKneuven (9 carries, meyer (7 carries, 46 185 yards, 3 TD) added yards) scored on a divhis third score with 6:52 ing five-yard plunged left in the third quarto make it 24-0 with ter, a 15-yard run. Ryan 4:24 left in the quarter. Lamping kept the scorA fumbled snap on ing streak alive with a SD's next punt gave EC two-yard plunge in the the ball on the SD 40. fourth, and added anothSophomore Wildcat er four-yard touchdown QB Luke Patton rushed run later. nine yards for a 31-0 South Dearborn senior lead on the first play of Josh Proctor (22 carries, the second quarter. 150 yards) averted the A high snap led to shutout with a late 75TIM HILLMAN/Journal-Press yard touchdown run for another EC secondquarter possession in EC linebacker Nick Dressman (44) the Knights after LampSD territory. But the heads for the end zone after scooping ing's first score. Tanner drive was stopped this up a South Dearborn fumble in the Anderson kicked SD's time by an intercep- first quarter of Friday's 66-7 win by the extra point. tion by Knights junior EIAC 4A Division-leading Trojans. Knights host Frankremaining in the half. Then James Sterling. lin County in their final Cade Kneuven broke loose junior QB Brandon Koch EIAC Class 3A Division confor a 74-yard score with 5:40 (4-for-8 passing, 60 yards, test Friday.

Clauson wins $10,000 sprint feature in finale Staff Report LAWRENCEBURG – Bryan Clauson extended one magical season in the Amsoil/ USAC National Sprint Car Series, adding to hit points lead and cashing the $10,000 winner’s check in Saturday’s 30-lap City of Lawrenceburg Fall Nationals. On Breast Cancer Awareness Night at Lawrenceburg Speedway, Clauson drove the No. 20 Tony Stewart/CurbAgajanian car to his sixth national series win of the year, the 17th of his USAC racing career. Polesitter Chase Stockon grabbed the early lead, but front row mate Dave Darland went right with him, making his bid for the lead on lap one. Stockon held on, but the top two were off and running at a torrid pace. Clauson, starting from row three, moved to fourth early on, as Darland continued to apply pressure to the leader. Darland used a turn-three slide job on lap seven to take over the top spot, but Stockon came right back. He dove the

No. 32 car underneath Darland’s 71P to retake the lead in turn three on the next lap. This time, Stockon drove away. As the leaders encountered traffic, Darland shadowed Stockon, while Clauson moved into third position. As the trip hit the halfway point, Clauson moved to second, past Darland, who bobbled on the cushion. On lap 17, Clauson went to the point as the leaders negotiated heavy traffic. In a nonstop affair, Stockon kept Clauson in sight. But it

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USAC National Sprint Car Series feature winner Bryan Clauson exults from atop his No. 20 car after winning Lawrenceburg's Speedway's $10,000 race in the track's season finale Saturday.

was not enough. Clauson won by 1.645 seconds in the Chevy Performance No. 20 Beast/Kistler to lengthen his series lead over Darland by 13 points. “Starting sixth, I was able to search around a little, and our car was pretty phenomenal tonight,” Clauson said. “We were a little snug up top, so I had to cheat off of it a little. I actually found a line I liked better down a little lower. “Our car really was good, right through the middle, the way it came in there. We just haven’t gotten to race that much together. So now

that we’re getting to go back to some place (crew chief) Bob East is just getting the cars better and better. Stockon finished second in the Superior Tank & Trailer/ Crescent Electric Supply No. 32 DRC/Fisher. Darland lost a lot of ground to the leaders in the closing stretch, but held on for third in the Phillips Motorsports/ Racer’s Advantage No. 71P DRC/Foxco. Kevin Thomas Jr. came on strong in the final laps to finish fourth in the Mike Dutcher/RW/Tri-Star Motorsports/ Black Jack Oil Company No. 17RW Maxim/Fisher. Justin Grant rounded out the top five in the Bill Elson No. 27A Maxim/Claxton. USAC National Sprint Car Series makes the move out west, with the next event the Arizona Hall of Fame Classic Oct. 25 at Canyon Speedway Park in Peoria, Ariz. Westfall wins for 3rd time Ludlow Falls, Ohio, driver Matt Westfall led all 20 laps of the Budweiser UMP Modifieds feature on his way to his third win of the year Saturday.




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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 Batesville 34, LAWRENCEBURG 6* EAST CENTRAL 66, SOUTH DEARBORN 7 * Greensburg 47, Franklin County 26 * Rushville 39, Greenfield-Central 17 Connersville 26, Jay County 14 * - Eastern Ind. Athletic Conf. division games   Class 4A – Sectional 23: COLUMBUS EAST 76, Floyd Central 30 GREENWOOD 27, Guerin Catholic 14 Mt. Vernon (Fortville) 46, SHELBYVILLE 15 New Albany 35, MADISON 7 Class 3A – Sectional 30: HAMILTON HTS. 64, Taylor 7 INDIAN CREEK 34, Milan 7 Central Hardin (Ky.) 46, INDPLS. MARSHALL 8 (Sat.)  Class 2A – Sectional 39: CRAWFORD COUNTY 28, Springs Valley 16 Indpls. Cardinal Ritter 49, TRITON CENTRAL 28 Indpls. Howe 53, INDPLS. MANUAL 6 PROVIDENCE 35, Jeffersonville 13 North Harrison 34, EASTERN (PEKIN) 7 PAOLI 28, Corydon Central 6 Silver Creek 53, CLARKSVILLE 22   EASTERN INDIANA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 2013 Varsity Standings (Through September 27)   4A DIVISION School W-L Conf. Pts. PA East Central 2-4 2-0 152 183 Connersville 2-4 1-1 123 123 Franklin Co. 2-4 1-1 186 196 So.Dearborn 0-6 0-2 57 313  3A DIVISION School W-L Conf. Pts. PA Batesville 6-0 2-0 208 43 Lawrenceburg 4-2 1-1 183 160 Rushville 5-1 0-1 138 90 Greensburg 4-2 0-1 202 124  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4 Connersville at EAST CENTRAL (Trojan Field, St. Leon) (Homecoming), 7 p.m. * Franklin County at SOUTH DEARBORN (Knights Stadium, Aurora), 7 p.m. * LAWRENCEBURG at Rushville, 7 p.m. * Batesville at Greensburg * * - Eastern Indiana Athletic Conf. Divisional games    Trojans 66, Knights 7 Friday, September 27 At Trojan Field, St. Leon   South Dearborn 0 0 0 7 – 7 East Central 24 21 7 14 – 66  Scoring: EC – 1Q – 11:09 – Cade Knueven 31-yard run, Brett Mahoney kick (EC 7-0) EC – 1Q – 10:18 – Nick Dressman 15-yard fumble return, Mahoney kick (EC 14-0) EC – 1Q – 8:38 – Joe Brush 40yard field goal (EC 17-0) EC – 1Q – 4:24 – Doug Rosemeyer 5-yard run, Mahoney kick (EC 24-0) EC – 2Q – 11:23 – Luke Patton 9-yard run, Mahoney kick (EC 31-0) EC – 2Q – 5:40 – Cade Knueven 74-yard run, Mahoney kick (EC 38-0) EC – 2Q – 2:33 – Brandon Koch to Justin Stone 37-yard pass, Nick Stidham kick (EC 45-0) EC – 3Q – 6:52 – Cade Knueven 15-yard run, Mahoney kick (EC 52-0) EC – 4Q – 9:55 – Ryan Lamping 2-yard run, Mahoney kick (EC 59-0) SD – 4Q – 9:33 – Josh Proctor 75-yard run, Tanner Anderson kick (EC 59-7) EC – 4Q – 5:51 – Lamping 4-yard run, Stidham kick (EC 66-7)  Team statistics: EC SD First Downs 16 8 Rushing Att./Yds. 35/318 38/164 Passing Yards 60 -5 Pass Compl./Att./Int. 4/9/1 1/4/3 Fumbles/Lost 0/0 1/1 Total Offense 378 159 Offensive Plays 44 42 Punts/Average 0/0 6/30.0 Punt Returns/Yds. 1/26 0/0 Kick Returns/Yds. 1/45 6/68 Fumble Ret./Yds. 1/15 0/0 Int.Returns/Yds. 3/79 1/0 Penalties/Yards 1/5 2/19 Possession Time 19:42 26:25   Individual statistics: RUSHING – EC: Cade Knueven 9 att./185 yards/3 TD, Rosemeyer 7/46/TD, Patton 5/33/TD, Ward 6/30, Lamping 3/9/2 TD, Kammer 1/9, Frick 1/9. SD: Proctor 22/150/TD, Probst 13/16, Disbro 3/-2. PASSING – EC: Koch 4 compl./8 att./60 yards/TD/Int., Patton 0/1. SD: Probst 1/4/-5 yards/3 Int.

RECEIVING – EC: Stone 1 rec./37 yards/TD, Hoog 1/19, Bonomini 1/3, Kammer 1/1. SD: Proctor 1/-5. INTERCEPTION RETURNS – EC: Lamping 1 ret./33 yards, Ruhe 1/32, Frick 1/14. SD: Sterling 1/0. FUMBLE RETURNS – EC: Dressman 1 ret./15 yards/TD. PUNT RETURNS – EC: Knueven 1 ret./26 yards. KICK RETURNS – EC: Knueven 1 ret./45 yards. SD: Probst 3/33, Yauch 1/19. PUNTS – SD: Schwing 4 att./135 yards/33.8 avg./long 40. KICKOFFS – EC: Brush 9 att./508 yards/56.4 avg./5 touchbacks/1 fair catch., Mahoney 2/87/43.5. SD: Anderson 2/97/48.5. DEFENSE – EC: Schuh 5 solo tackles/1 assist/ Dressman 4/4, Rosemeyer 3/0, Sheehan 2/0, Harmeyer 2/0, Frick 1/3, Stamp 1/2, Seiwert 1/2, Fette 1/1, Case 1/1, Ashcraft 1/1, Williamson 1/0, Ward 1/0, Sutherland 1/0, Ruhe 1/0, Lamping 1/0, Z. Knueven 1/0, Guintini 1/0, Fox 0/3, Meyer 0/2, Patton 0/1, C.Knueven 0/1.    Bulldogs 34, Tigers 6 Friday, September 27 At Dick Meador Stadium, Lawrenceburg   Batesville 0 13 7 14 – 34 Lawrenceburg 0 6 0 0 – 6  Scoring: BV- 2Q – 7:05 – Peter Heil 28yard field goal (BV 3-0) BV – 2Q – 3:00 – Boston Gowan 85-yard run, Heil kick (BV 10-0) LB – 2Q – 1:24 – Sam Fette to Zach Steuer 47-yard pass, 2-pt. pass failed (BV 10-6) BV – 2Q – 0:00 – Heil 32-yard field goal (BV 13-6) BV – 3Q – 4:34 – Connor Schuck 10-yard run, Heil kick (BV 20-6) BV – 4Q – 10:29 – Ben Wilson 48-yard interception return, Heil kick (BV 27-6) BV – 4Q – 7:02 – Austin Westerfeld 32-yard run, Heil kick (BV 34-6)  Team statistics: LB BV First Downs 18 28 Rushing Att./Yds. 39/120 44/401 Passing Yards 207 17 Pass Compl./Att./Int. 12/28/4 1/6/0 Fumbles/Lost 0/0 2/2 Total Offense 327 418 Offensive Plays 67 50 Punts/Average 3/33.0 1/45.0 Penalties/Yards 7/60 3/25 Individual statistics: RUSHING – LB: Jackson 18 att./75 yards, Steuer 15/59, Fette 6/-14. BV: Gowan 13/195/ TD, Schuck 17/94/TD, Westerfeld 5/90/TD, McKinlsy 8/23. PASSING – LB: Fette 12 compl./28 att./207 yards/TD/4 Int. BV: Schuck 1/6/17 yards/0 TD/0 Int. RECEIVING – LB: Steuer 5 rec./80 yards/TD, Kauffman 3/65, Jackson 1/26, Martin 1/20, Wilder 2/16. BV: Westerfeld 1/17. PUNTING – LB: Tuberville 3 att./98 yards/32.7 avg./1 inside 20. BV: Heil 1/45/45.0. KICKING - BV: Heil 2 FGM/2 FGA/long 32, 4 XPM/4 XPA/ 10 pts.

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East Central's Doug Rosemeyer (20) dives for the end zone to make the lead 24-0 in the first quarter of the Trojans' 66-7 EIAC 4A Division rout of South Dearborn Friday.


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Batesville's Connor Dickey (26) picks off the first of four Bulldog interceptions, over Lawrenceburg receiver Zach Steuer (24) in Friday's 34-6 EIAC 3A Division romp at Dick Meador Stadium.

SPORTS THIS WEEK TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1 H.S. Volleyball ■■Lawrenceburg at Milan (Varsity, Reserve, Freshman), 5 p.m. ■■South Ripley at South Dearborn (Aurora) (Varsity & Reserve), 5:30 p.m. H.S. Cross Country ■■East Central, Lawrenceburg, South Dearborn at Batesville Invitational (Boys & Girls Varsity & Reserve), 5 p.m. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2 H.S. Girls Soccer ■■ Lawrenceburg at Oldenburg Academy (Varsity & Reserve), 7 p.m. H.S. Volleyball ■■ East Central at Harrison (Ohio) (Varsity, Reserve, Freshman), 5 p.m. H.S. Boys Tennis ■■IHSAA Sectional Tournament First Round at South Dearborn (Aurora) (Batesville, East Central, Milan, Oldenburg Academy, South Dearborn), 5 p.m.


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It was Uncle Jim who first played a Keith Whitley record for Keith, and blew him away. “What a sound, what a singer, you can feel every emotion in his voice” said Swinney. Keith went on to record some of Whitley’s songs and perform them in front of thousands. In 1997, Keith was 15 years old and he was already getting attention playing school talent shows. He put together a group, and signed up for the 4-H talent contest “share the fun.” The group called themselves The Four Cylinders. They went on to win the local, the district, and got the chance to play at Purdue University in front of 1,000 people. They were invited to play the Ripley County Fair, and that’s where Keith was first heard by his long time manager Jerry Gilpin, who owned M&N music productions. Gilpin liked what he heard, and said the 15-year-old had a future. He asked Keith to sit in with a band he had booked at the fair known as Misty Creek. Keith blended in perfectly with a full live band behind him. Jerry saw stars and thought this was the direction Swinney should head in so he started looking for a group for Keith. Swinney went on doing shows on his own for a couple more months, and got his first chance to play The Little Nashville Opry, in Nashville, Ind.. It was a talent show where he got great reviews even though he didn’t win. The steel guitar player, Gary Puee, even offered him a job. As much as Keith wanted to join up with Gary’s band his new manager Jerry Gilpin had found Keith a closer job. A man by the name of Brian Scott Collins had a group known as The Side Step Band. Brian had went to school with Keith’s mom and dad knew some of Keith’s family and had heard of Keith’s talent. Brian was also a cousin of Gilpins, and had spoke with Jerry about Keith. In January of 1998 Keith joined up with the group and began playing honky tonks and bars all over southeast Indiana. Even though he was only 15, bar owners didn’t buck at the youngster playing their clubs. All the members of Side Step

we’re old enough to be Keith’s dad, and they watched over him. Keith had no intentions of doing anything illegal, he was just so grateful to able to play and make money. He took lessons from his hero, Keith Whitley, who started drinking at a young age, and stayed away from the bottle. A short time after joining Brian’s group, Brian himself decided to change the name of his group to Hoosier Daddy. The name change was a hit, and it inspired Keith to write the band a theme song fittingly titled Hoosier Daddy. The band, and the song went on to get great results from audiences everywhere. Gilpin landed Swinney his first warm up spot for a national act in 1998. The sixteen year old got to play Elkhart, Ind., in front of 2,000 people as the opening act for Neal McCoy. What an opportunity is was. Neal himself even hung out back stage with Keith and his family, and gave him some advice that rang true over the years. McCoy said,” Remember in the music business it’s 1 percent talent and 99 percent luck.” He told how he felt he was so lucky to be were he was, and grateful that he could make music for a living. Swinney got the chance to work with Neal five different times over the years. To help Swinney’s career take off, and in hopes to help the young man make a living with his music, Gilpin fronted over $6,000 for a CD. The project was called “Keith Swinney Sweet 16.” It contained seven original songs and three songs that were originally recorded by Swinney’s hero, Keith Whitley. While opening sold out shows for acts like Tracy Byrd, and Merle Haggard, Keith paid Gilpin back his money in less than Three months. Keith sold thousands of copies of the album, and really started to build a fan base. After a year and a half of working with Brian Collins and Hoosier Daddy Gilpin decided it was time for Keith to put together his own group. So he left Hoosier Daddy and in 1999 he formed Keith Swinney & The HWY 50 Band. One ofthe first big shows the new group had was an opening spot for country/ bluegrass legend Ricky Skaggs. The band toured and worked with many act like Ty Herndon,

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ABC Academy Preschool now enrolling. Ages 3 to 5. Certified elementary teacher. Small class sizes. Comprehensive curriculum. Full or half day op Tax Preparer- Earn extra tions. Spaces limited. income after taking 812-926-0636. course. IRS approved. Flexible schedules. Course starts Oct. 3. Small fee for books. Call 812-926-0259 Liberty Tax Service Absolutely no trespassing Teachers/Directors, Moti- of any kind for any reason. vated and marketing skills No exceptions. Not re needed. Credentials plus sponsible for accidents, inexperience. Benefits and juries or personal property. Violators will be prose top pay. (859)727-6148. cuted at their own ex Wanted- front office help in pense. Property located at healthcare office in Law- 8692 Willey Rd., Harrison, renceburg. Approximately OH. Molly Jansen, Cathy 25-30 hours per week. Maher, Mary Ison. Must have a friendly and outgoing personality. Absolutely no trespassing, Email resume with work hunting, fishing, swim history t o : ming, trapping, horseback or riding, woodcutting, motormail to: NGHC, 2580 ized bikes, quad runners, Michigan Road, Suite A, or 4-wheelers allowed for Madison, IN 47250 any reason. Not responsible for accidents or injury Wet Coat Painter / Package Labor to anyone, Violators will be  Open second shift posi- prosecuted at their own tion  for wet coat painter expense to the full extent for full time employment of the law on the property that include benefits. Appli- of G.E. Stacy, 27357 cants must be capable of Stacy Lane, 1905 Pinhook  using a HVLP wet coat Rd., West Harrison, Ind., paint system line, unload- 47060. ing structural steel product ATTENTION SLEEP APfrom a paint line and pack- NEA SUFFERERS with age this product on cus- Medicare. Get CPAP Retom made pallets. Experi- placement Supplies at little ence with forklifts, wood or NO COST, plus FREE saws, pneumatic nail & home delivery! Best of all, staple guns, is required. prevent red skin sores and Shift hours are 2:30 pm to bacterial infection! Call Midnight, Monday thru 888-696-5125 Thursday. Apply within at 355 Industrial dr. Harrison Fairy Garden Class Ohio or submit resume to  Sat. Oct. 5, 2-6 p.m. employment@heartlandHeartland Creations Register early, receive gift certificate for next spring Corner of New Haven and Oxford Roads Youthland Academy lookNew Haven. ing for experienced early (513)738-0373 childhood professionals. (513)907-4622 Students welcomed. Closing shift. Potential to become full time. To the Heirs of Dennis Ca513-353-0209. Resumes ble I Marlene Bergner am preferred- teresab@yla seeking title to the mobile home on E. Miami River Road. VIN MY8971421K case #A1305994


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Craftsmen Garden Tractor 2010. 26 Horse Power. 54” cut. 300 hours. Excellent shape. $850. Call Dan at 812-487-2040 Local honey from Rising Sun bees. These hives are not treated with chemicals and are not fed sugar or sucrose. Raw honey available, too. Call Shawn 812-438-3182. Small squares, mixed grassed $3-$3.75. Timothy or orchard $5. 4x5 grass $30 outside, $35 inside. Call 513-417-1185 or 812-438-3757. Wanted to buy cattle and horses. Crippled or sound. Also buying wild cattle. Will pay cash. (859)620-5860.



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, Wanted Used Ruger injuries or fatalities to per10-22. Please c a l l sons or personal property. 812-584-6522 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 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


Buying old campers cash. ALSO buying cars, have Title ready. M-S 8A-6P. 812-926-9332


Sea Sprite Mark I, open bow, 17 1/2 runabout, 3.0 inboard/outboard Chevy engine, great condition, loads of extras $3,300 OBO 812-438-4037 be - Absolutely no hunting, tween 10 a.m.-8 p.m. trapping, woodcutting, motorized bikes, or trespassing for any reason or purpose. These activities are strictly forbidden and will not be tolerated. Violators 1988 Cadillac Broham. will be prosecuted at their Re-done engine 350, accel own expense. Also not reegnition. Dual exhaust, al- sponsible for accidents on ways garaged. Everything the property of: Rodney & in good condition. $4800. Arlene Miller 8824 North Call Dan at 812-487-2040 Hogan Rd., Aurora, IN 47001 08-14 1989 VW Absolutely no hunting, Cabriolet Convertible Red w/white top and inte- trapping, fishing, swim rior. Very good condition. ming, trash dumping, New top in 2005. Well woodcutting, motorized vetaken care of. Great gas hicles, firearms, or tres mileage! Sharp little car. passing for any reason. Will be a classic vehicle Violators will be prose next year. Asking $6,000 cuted. Not responsible for accidents or injuries on the (513)367-6927. property of: John Ste2000 Ford Econoline Van - gemiller, 24569 Hiltz Rd., Auto, AC, Good condition. Guilford, IN 47022. 11-12 95K miles, $4,500 OBO. Absolutely no swimming, (812)367-3659. fishing, hunting or tres -

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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. 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, 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

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, Absolutely no trespassing, Moores Hill, IN 8-13 hunting, fishing, swim ming, woodcutting, quad or cycle riding. Not responAbsolutely no trespassing sible for accidents or injuof any kind or for any rea- ries on the property of: son. Not responsible for in- Jim & Larry Gabbard, juries or accidents on all Lattire Farm, Gregory property of Lischkge Mo- Bier (The Land) Union Absolutely No Trespassing tors, Inc. 10200 U.S 50 Ridge Road, Aurora, IN for any reason. Violators West, Aurora, IN 2-14 47001 6-14 will be prosecuted. Not responsible for any acci dents or injuries on the Absolutely No Trespassing properties of: The of any kind, for any reason Absolutely no trespassing, Bowlins, Bordering on at any time. No Excep - hunting, fishing, swim Lipscomb Dr., Mud Lick tions! Owner not responsi- ming, trapping, horseback Creek and Rainbow ble for any accidents, inju- riding, woodcutting, motorRoad, Manchester Town- ries or fatalities. Violators ized bikes, quadrunners or ship and 7327 Kaiser will be prosecuted at their 4-wheelers allowed on my Drive, 2-15 own expense. Tresa Man- property for any reason. ford 11510 North Hogan Not responsible for acciAbsolutely No trespassing dents or injury to anyone. Road Aurora, IN 47001 for any reason. Not re Violators will b e prose 5-14 sponsible for any acci cuted at their own expense dents or injuries on the to the full extent of the law properties of Robert & ABSOLUTELY NO TRES- on the property of: The Deborah Lischkge, 9794 PASSING OF ANY KIND, Gary Steinmetz Farm, Alans Branch, Moores FOR ANY REASON 9783 Wesseler Road, Hill, IN 47032 2-14 05-14 OWNER NOT RESPONSI- Sunman, IN Absolutely no trespassing BLE FOR ANY ACCI for any reason; no fishing, DENTS, INJURIES, OR hunting, trapping, swim- FATALITIES. VIOLATORS Absolutely no trespassing, ming or open fires. No mo- WILL BE PROSECUTED hunting, fishing, swim torized bikes, 4-wheelers AT THEIR EXPENSE. ming, trapping, horseback or other motorized vehi- SHELIA BLOCK riding, woodcutting, motorcles. Violators will be 9163 OLD S.R. 350 ized bikes, quad runners AURORA, IN 47001 or 4-wheelers allowed for prosecuted at their own any reason. Not responsiexpense. We are not reble for accidents or injury sponsible for any acci dents or injuries on the Absolutely no trespassing to anyone. Violators will be property. Ryan Stroud of any kind allowed on all prosecuted at their own Heartland, Homestead properties belonging to expense to the full extent Ola & Julie Miller. No ex- of the law on the property Land Trust 4-13 ceptions. Not responsible of: Darrell & Susan SexAbsolutely No Trespassing for injuries, accidents or fa- ton, 17537 Hillcrest Dr., for any reason, no fishing, talities. No vehicles of any L a w r e n c e b u r g , IN hunting, trapping, dump- kind, horseback riding, etc, 470205. 5-12 ing, wood cutting, or swim- unless written permission ming, no motorized bikes, is given. Ola & Julie 4-wheelers or other motor- Miller, 11302 N. Hogan ized vehicles. Violators will Rd., Aurora, IN 47001 Absolutely no trespassing, no hunting, no woodcutbe prosecuted at their own 2-12 ting, no 4-wheeling, no expense, not responsible quad running. Violators will for any accidents on the property of: Gale Banta, Absolutely no trespassing be prosecuted at their own 4304 State Road 48, Law- the property consists of 69 expense. Not responsible renceburg, IN 47025 acres extending from the for any accidents on the property of: Ronald W. 10-11 creek of the top of the hill Fields, 2488 Sneakville Absolutely no trespassing including the gas-line Rd., Lawrenceburg, IN for any reason. Violators easement plus a trailer & a 47025. 11-13 will be prosecuted. Not re- barn. Violators will be sponsible for any acci - prosecuted. dents of injuries on the John & Judy Wayne 6998 E. Laughery Creek Absolutely no trespassing, property of: Road no hunting, no woodcutTom & Kathy Klump Aurora, IN 47025 10-12 ting, no walking, no sightTower Rd., Lawrence seeing, no motor vehicles. burg Violators will be prose Trojan Rd., Extending to cuted at their expenses. Absolutely no trespassing, Beneker Rd., St. Leon Not responsible for accihunting, firearms, woodKildeer Ln., Guilford Mosmeier Rd., Sunman cutting, trapping. No mo- dents or injury on the proptorized vehicles of any erty of Don and Linda 1-13 kind. Violators will be Turner, 3250 East 200 Absolutely no trespassing prosecuted at their own South, Dillsboro, IN for any reason: no fishing, expense. Also not responhunting, trapping, or swim- sible for any injuries, acci- 47018. ming; no motorized bikes, dents or fatalities on the 4-wheelers or other motor- property of: James Chrisized vehicles. Violators will man, Yorkridge Road, be prosecuted at their own Guilford, IN 06-14 expense; also we are not Absolutely no trespassing, responsible for any accino hunting, no woodcutdents on the property of: Absolutely no trespassing, ting, no walking, no sightBieliauskas Family, 1230 hunting, quads, dirt bikes, seeing, no motorized vehiJustis Rd., Lawrence - or wood cutting. Not re - cles. Violators will be burg, IN 47025 4-14 sponsible for any injuries prosecuted at their ex or accidents. Property con- penses. Not responsible Absolutely no trespassing sists of 10 acres. Richard for accidents or injury on for any reason. Not re - and Melanie Wiedeman, the property of: sponsible for any injuries 18554 Collier Ridge, Patrick Holland or accidents. Town of Guilford, IN 47022 14130 Brown Rd. Moores Hill Properties, 05-14 Moores Hill, IN 9-11 Moores Hill, IN 47032 4-14 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

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Not property will be prose 09-14 responsible for any injuries cuted. 812-926-1711. or accidents on the prop- Absolutely no trespassing erty belonging to: Mark & Eva Roll, End of Diefen- - of any kind - for any reabach Road, Bright IN son. It is illegal to tres 47025 09-14 pass. No hunting, trapping, 2 new Labor Day Pomeratrash dumping, wood cutnian puppies (1- 6 months, Absolutely no fishing, no ting, swimming, discharg1- 8 weeks). Tax deducti- swimming, no hunting, or ing firearms or explosives ble for the DʼAndrea La- trespassing permitted. Not of any kind, riding animals Rosa Art Foundation. Ac- responsible for any injuries or bicycles, or any motorcepting deposits now. or accidents on the prop- ized vehicles including 812-290-9588 o r erty belonging to : Rod ATVʼs, quad runners, mo812-290-1520. and Brenda Cafouras, torcycles, motor bikes, etc. 12476 Gordon lane, Dills- Not responsible for property damage, accidents. boro, IN 47018 2-13 Injuries or fatalities. ViolaAbsolutely no hunting or tors will be prosecuted to **SERTA MATTRESS** trespassing. No dirt bikes the full extent of the law. or motorized vehicles of This is a 44 acre tract **SALE** any kind. Not responsible bounded on the south by Serta Mattress Queen Road and on the SET Now $175 List $500. for accidents, injuries or fa- Lutz talities on the property of north by Harley Springs Serta Perfect Sleeper Queen SET now $349 LIst Helen Amm & Teresa Subdivision. Welbourne $1450 Can deliver. NEW Stone, 18060 Union G. Williams, 4738 Lutz Rd., Guilford, Indiana. Ridge, Aurora, In 47001. w/warranty. 1-13 Call 859-534-5107 Absolutely no hunting, dog Absolutely no trespassing Corn hole game bags. running, wood cutting, for any reason. Violators Red, navy blue, green, dumping, animal abandonwill be prosecuted. Not reorange, black, bright ment, motorized vehicles, sponsible for any acci blue purple, maroon, bikes, trapping, firearms, dents or injuries on the gold, gray & brown. or swimming. No trespass- properties of Hidden Val$20.00 for set of 8 bags. ing of any kind for any realey Lake, Inc, Hidden ValCall (812)537-1207. son. Not responsible for ley Golf Club, Rupel DeDirectTV- Over 140 chan- accidents, injuries or fatali- velopment Corp., Counnels only $29.99 a month. ties, to any person or per- try Acreage, Inc., Jacob Call Now! Triple Savings! sonal property. Activities of Properties, bor $636.00 in Savings, Free any kind will not be toler- dered by Georgetown Upgrade to Genie & 2013 ated. Violators will be Road, Fairway Drive, Al- Absolutely no trespassing NFL Sunday ticket free!! prosecuted at their own pine Drive and Oberting for any reason. Will not be Start saving today! expense to the fullest ex- Road, Miller Township responsible for any accitent of the law on the prop- and City of Greendale. 1-800-246-2073 dents or fatalities. Violaerty of L.J. Backman, 03-14 tors will be fined and DISH TV Retailer- Starting 6422 East Laughery prosecuted on the property at $19.99/month (for 12 Creek Rd., Aurora, IN ABSOLUTELY NO TRESof: Mark & Bonnie Penmos.) & High Speed Inter- 10-13 PASSING FOR ANY REA- nington, 12947 N. Hogan net starting at SON. VIOLATORS WILL Rd., Aurora, In 47001 $14.95/month (where Absolutely no hunting, fish- BE PROSECUTED AT available.) SAVE! Ask ing or trespassing for any THEIR OWN EXPENSE. 5-13 About SAME DAY Installa- reason w/o written permis- 19150 COLLIER RIDGE Absolutely no trespassing tion! CALL N o w ! sion on the properties GUILFORD, IN 47022. for any reason; no fishing, 1-800-283-0560 owned or leased by us. No ABSOLUTELY NO TRES- no hunting, trapping, swimexcuses. Violators will be GUN SHOW!! Evansville, PASSING FOR ANY REA- ming, no motorized vehiIN- October 5th & 6th, arrested and prosecuted. SON. 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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 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, 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 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 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, four wheeling, hiking, or gardening of any kind. Joan Fidler will not be held liable for any injuries ac quired on the property on both sides of 10419 Chesterville Road, next to 10095 Chesterville Road, and across from 10386 Chesterville Road. Violators will be prosecuted.

No bikes, skateboards, roller blades. No trespassing for any reason; not responsible for injuries or accidents on property of: Dillsboro Civic Club, 9824 Central Ave. and 12930 North St., Dills 4-14 boro, IN (formerly Doctors Bldg .) 09-14 No hunting, fishing, or trespassing for any reason No fishing, swimming, and not responsible for hunting, four wheelers, or any injuries occurring on trespassing on the Hos- the property owned by: tetler Farms, 13450 Ches- Hidden Valley Lake Propterville Rd., Moores Hill. erty Owners Associa They will be prosecuted. tion, Bordering on StateHarry Hostetler, 13450 line Road and GeorgeChesterville Rd., Moores town Road, Lawrenceburg, In 1-13 Hill, IN 1-13

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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 No hunting, fishing, swim- expense. ming or trespassing and not responsible for acci- No trespassing for any dents on the property of: reason. Not responsible Robert & Beth Baylor, for injuries or accidents. 6223 St. Rd. 48, Law - Violators will be prose renceburg, IN 1 -13 cuted at their own expense No hunting, fishing, trap- on the properties of: Wm. ping or trespassing or G. Rudicil, Barber Rd., ATVʼs. Violators will be Gobblerʼs Knob Rd., W. prosecuted at own ex - Harrison, IN 1-14 pense, Not responsible for accidents or injuries on the No trespassing for any property of, Dennis and reason. Not responsible Cindy Meyung, 10998 for accidents or injuries. County Farm Rd, Aurora, Marshall Alford 15778 W. County Line IN, 47001, 12-13 Rd. No hunting, no ATV/bike Moores Hill, IN 10-12 riding, no wood cutting without written permission. No Trespassing for any Not responsible for per - reason. Not responsible sonal or property injury on for accidents, injuries or faproperty owned by: Mi- talities to persons or propchael and Roberta Hank- erty. The Kremer Family ins, Cranes Run Road, 28483 Barber Rd. West Harrison, IN 47060 Logan Township 1-13 9-12 No hunting, no fishing, no bike riding, absolutely no No trespassing of any kind trespassing on the prop- for any reason on the erty of: Irene Beckett Es- properties of the Tri-Towntate, 1005 Nowlin Ave- ship Water Corporation. nue, Property on west Violators will be prose side of Tanners Creek cuted at their own ex 08-14 pense. Also not responsiNo hunting, no motorized ble for any accidents, injubikes or vehicles, no tres- ries, or fatalities. Tri-Town passing of any kind and Water Corporation not responsible for accidents on the property of: John McKay 11307 N. Dearborn Rd. Sunman, IN 47041 10-12

No trespassing of any kind on property of : All Rite Ready Mix Of Indiana, LLC, 10513 Morgans Branch Road, Aurora, IN No hunting, no motorized 2-13 bikes or vehicles, no trespassing of any kind and No trespassing of any kind not responsible for acci- on the properties & private dents, violators will be drive of Marvin Zimmer prosecuted on the property 28817 Evergreen Lane, of: Stanley Harmeyer & West Harrison, IN 47060 08-14 Sondra Lewis 22643, 22747, 22915 Jackson No trespassing without Ridge, Lawrenceburg, IN written permission and not 09-14 responsible for accidents No hunting, trespassing, or injury on the property of quad or dirt bike riding on Jim and Beth Marting, the property of Bill and 6960 Nelson Road, Donna J. Fisher located Aurora, IN 47001 - in County. at 6919 E. Laughery O h i o 9-14 Creek Road, Aurora. No hunting, woodcutting or trespassing and not re sponsible for accidents on the property of: Joseph and Edna Imholt, 8289 Leatherwood Road, Yorkville, Guilford, IN 4-14

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 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 No trespassing! Absolutely renceburg IN, Also no hunting, trapping, trash Goose Run, Aurora, IN dumping, woodcutting, dis2-14 charging 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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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

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, 4-wheeling or motorcycles. Not responsible for accidents or injury of any kind on the property of: John Kemme, 24464 State Line Rd., Lawrenceburg, IN 7-13

No trespassing, hunting, 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. No fishing, no swimming, no hunting 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 personal or property injury on the property of: Rita Bennett, 170 and 172 Conwell Street, Aurora, IN 47001 05-14

No trespassing, hunting, fishing, wood cutting, four wheeling or tree cutting. Not responsible for accidents, injuries or fatalities to any persons or personal property. David & Michelle Fluegeman, South Not responsible for acciHogan Road, Dillsboro, dents. No hunting, fishing, woodcutting, swimming, In 47018 1-13 recreational 4x4 riding, or No trespassing, hunting, trespassing on the propfishing, wood cutting, four erty of: Hassel W. and wheeling or tree cutting. Pamela M. Brashears Not responsible for acci- Possum Ridge Road dents, injuries, or fatalities Aurora, IN 10-12 of any persons or personal property. Violators will be Oxbow Inc. and Oxbow of prosecuted at their own Indiana, Inc. (”Oxbow”) are expense. Cindy & Mi- the owners of property lochael McAndrew, 19446 cated in the area com Anderson Rd., Law - monly known as Horse shoe Bottoms, Lawrencerenceburg, IN 47025. burg Township, Dearborn No trespassing, hunting, County, Indiana. Most of fishing, trapping or dump- Oxbowʼs land is located ing of any kind. Absolutely between I-275 to US 50 no motorized vehicles, exit ramp, the CSX tracks, bikes, quadrunners or and the levee along US 50 4-wheelers allowed on my and the Argosy entrance property. Not responsible road. Oxbow also owns for accidents, injuries or fa- land immediately west of talities. Beware of dogs. I-275 between the CSX Violators will be prose - tracks and the Ohio River, cuted at their expense to as well as land east of the fullest extent of the I-275 between the CSX law. Jeffrey Long, 9027 tracks, the Ohio River, and Old St. Rd 350 & 13385 the state line. Maps of OxDean Rd., Aurora, In bowʼs properties are avail47001. 9-14 able on our website at No trespassing, hunting, four-wheeling or motor ve- Oxbow,Ind. land is a wildhicles of any kind. Not re- life sanctuary. Hunting, sponsible for accidents or trapping, discharge of fireinjuries of any kind on the arms, and the shooting of properties of Mike & Sylvia arrows is prohibited except Heninger or Heniger Prop- in certain designated arerties LLC on Woods Rd. eas and only with the written permission of Oxbow. Lawrencburg, IN 47025 ATVʼs may not be operNo trespassing, hunting, ated on Oxbow property at motorized vehicles, wood any time. Operating other cutting, trapping, fishing. motorized vehicles (except Not responsible for any ac- for the purpose of ap cidents or injuries on the proved farming and land properties of: Mike & Tim management operations) Brooks (formerly prop- off clearly established erty of Joseph C. roads or on a road in any Brooks) 9257 SR 48, manner contributing to the Aurora, corner of Cole need to repair the road is Lane and SR 50. 10-12 prohibited. Those who operate a motor vehicle on No trespassing, motorized Oxbow property do so at vehicles, hunting, trapping, their own risk, and are adfireworks or explosives of vised that the dirt roads any kind, discharge of fire- may be impassable when arms or shooting of arrows wet. Under no circum on or onto the approximate stances will Oxbow be re23 acres of Lot #8 in Miller sponsible for damage to a Ridge Estates. Also not re- vehicle or injury to its ocsponsible for any acci - cupants. dents or injuries occurring Bank fishing only with apon this same property. propriate license is al Mike and C o n n i e lowed and is monitored by Crossley, Lot #8 Miller conservation officers. Ridge, 22102 Hickory Camping, bonfires, and View Lane, Guilford, IN overnight parking are pro47022 hibited. Swimming in No trespassing, no fishing, streams, lakes and other no hunting or artifact hunt- watercourses is strictly ing. Nick Domaschko, prohibited, as are motorOhio County, 9748 St. ized watercraft of any sort. Rd. 56 N., Aurora, In Removing, destroying or disturbing wildlife and 47001 plants, or farm crops with 6-14 out express written conNo trespassing, no hunting sent of Oxbow is prohibor fishing. Absolutely no 4 ited. wheelers or motorized ve- Oxbow property is reguhicles of any kind. Not re- larly patrolled by law ensponsible for accidents or forcement officers who injuries on the property of: have been instructed to Earl & Thomas Sullivan, prosecute all violators. Ac18253 & 18350 Keller tivities such as bird watchRd., Lawrenceburg, IN ing, hiking and the activi5-13 ties not expressly prohibNo trespassing, no hunt- ited by these rules or state ing, violators will be prose- law may be done at ones cuted. Not responsible for own risk. Oxbow is not reaccidents on the property sponsible for any injuries of: Glen & LaVerne Burk- occurring on the property hardt, Corner of Keller for those wishing to visit. Rd., & SR 48, Lawrence- Those in doubt of the lawfulness of their activity on burg, In 1-14 Oxbow properties are enNo trespassing, not re - couraged to first contact: sponsible for personal or Oxbow, 854 Ligoria Aveproperty injury on the prop- nue, Cincinnati, Ohio erty of: Midwest Data 45218 04-14 Inc., 326 Walnut St., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 Positively no trespassing on the property of 10391 4-14 Huesman Rd. without ownNo trespassing, or hunting, ers presence. Danger on on the farm of : Barry & property. Not responsible Judy Pruss, Rt. 50 Mt. for accidents. Robert and Tabor Rd., Aurora, IN Darlene Meyer, 8642 Martin Rd., Dillsboro, IN 3-13 03-14 No trespassing, soliciting , 47018. or visitation from strangers, family, or friends without written consent by Billie R. Powell on my properties located on North Hogan Rd.Billie R. Powell 10514 North Hogan Rd. Aurora, IN 47001. 3/13 No Trespassing. Not responsible for accidents or injury on the property of: Larry and Kim Jackson, 6720 Lipscomb Rd., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025.


Private property. Abso lutely no trespassing of any kind on all properties belonging to Dana and Phyllis Weisickle. No exceptions. Not responsible for any injuries, accidents, or fatalities. No vehicles of any kind allowed to drive through or park without written permission. Dana & Phyllis Weisickle 12904 Probst Rd, Aurora, IN 47001 4-14

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40 years of experience in providing a variety of home care and staffing services.

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October 01 - October 03, 2013

Service Directory





Trade books for store credits

JRA Landscaping


We are here to help you with all your landscaping and lawn care needs. Call Julio @ 812-537-9855 or 513-509-8154

Southeastern Indiana REMC...

Closed Sunday-Monday

(By Wendy’s & Family Dollar)

•Layaway Available •Huge selection •Guaranteed Financing •Same Day Delivery or Pick Up •Highest Quality •Lowest Prices

“The Power of Human Connections” A Touchstone Energysm Cooperative

“SALE” Going On Now! Open 7 Days (812)-577-3176

Osgood, IN 47037 812-689-4111 800-737-4111


To advertise in the Service Directory or for more information, call 812-537-0063 or 513-367-4582 ck ! e t Ch Ou It


The NEW Register Publications Websites! Exciting New Features! E-Editions • Blogs • & More!

October 01 - October 03, 2013

The Journal Press • The Harrison Press • R.S. Recorder/O.C. News • The Dearborn County Register



The Journal Press • The Harrison Press • R.S. Recorder/O.C. News • The Dearborn County Register

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No Appointment Necessary Expires: October 31, 2013

Up to five quarts of Motorcraft Synthetic Blend oil and Motorcraft oil filter.Taxes, diesel vehicles and disposal fees extra. See Service Advisor for vehicle exclusions and details.Offer Valid with Coupon Haag Ford Sales, Inc.




Expires: October 31, 2013

Dealer-installed Motorcraft brake pads or shoes only, on most cars and light trucks. Front or rear axle. Excludes parking brake and machining rotors or drums. Taxes extra. See Service Advisor for vehicle exclusions and details. Offer valid with coupon. Haag Ford Sales, Inc.

State-of-the-Art Full Service Body Shop! With over 100 years combined experience!


We feature all major brands: Goodyear, General Tire, Michelin, Continental Tire, Uniroyal, BFGoodrich, Dunlop, & Pirelli






J3674 • MSRP $19,235 1 AT THIS PRICE

ONLY $14,985

J3386 • MSRP $25,825 1 AT THIS PRICE









ONLY $24,975

J3517 • MSRP $31,715 1 AT THIS PRICE





5,500 MSRP

ONLY $33,975


300 S AWD $ 8,350 OFF

J3547 • MSRP $43,430 • 1 AT THIS PRICE

J3138 • MSRP $40,330 • 2 AT THIS PRICE

8,100 OFF MSRP





9,000 OFF MSRP





We’ll Beat Any Deal By $500!



J3680 • MSRP $42,075 1 AT THIS PRICE

ONLY $31,980

NEW 2013 RAM




J3414 • MSRP $36,700 • 1 AT THIS PRICE



4,250 OFF MSRP







An Official Automotive Sponsor of the Cincinnati Reds

Rt. 50 - I-275, Exit 16 TOLL FREE




J3546 MSRP $52,185 1 AT THIS PRICE

SALES HOURS: MON–THURS 9am - 9pm FRI 9am - 6pm SAT 9am - 5:30pm CLOSED SUN

Convenient to all of Northern Kentucky, Cincinnati, and S.E. Indiana!




6,000 OFF MSRP


**Bring in a written offer from a non-Wyler dealership and we’ll beat it by $500. On an identically equipped vehicle in stock. Excludes all employee purchase plans. All base consumer rebates deducted to achieve sale prices, additional incentives may be available. In stock units only, subject to prior sale, Vehicle/equipment may vary from photo. Chrysler Jeep Dodge and Ram are registered trademarks of Chrysler GROUP, LLC. EPA estimates based on manufacturers testing. All offers plus tax, license and fees. Expires 9/30/2013.

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