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Recorder: don’t pay for cheap or free info

With the 1964 Lawrenceburg High School gym in the background, architects, LHS officials and school board members break ground for the new gym. From left: Sanjay Patel, RQAW head of architecture; Bill Snyder, LHS principal; Don Caudill, LCSC maintenance director; Steve Johnson, LHS assisstant principal; Bryan Johnson, board member; Mark Knigga, board member; Richard O’Conner, RQAW president; Kevin Mollaun, board member; Shirley Seitz, board member; Tom Bruns, Bruns-Gutzwiller president; Greg McAdams, board member; Joe Vogelgesang, LHS athletic director; Pat Myers, board member; Steve Goessling, land consultants; Karl Galey, LCSC superintendent

Dearborn County Recorder Glenn Wright is once again warning Dearborn County property owners they don’t need to pay $60 to $100 for deed copies or other officially recorded information. He said there has been an increase in letters to local property owners from private services wanting to provide deed copies. “Copies of your deed can be obtained in the recorder’s office in the courthouse annex building, 215B W. High St., Lawrenceburg, for a $1 per page fee. Other recorded documents also are available for the same $1 per page fee. There is no reason for any citizen to spend more than this to receive the infor-

mation this company claims to provide,” said Wright. He issued the same warning in February, and wants to spread the word about where to find information. Property information can be obtained on the GIS website Information about documents recorded after the year 2000 can also be obtained on the Doxpop website www. The recorder’s office is open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Their phone number is 1-812-537-8818 or 1-812-537-8837. “If you have received one of these letters, please contact us,” added Wright.

Dog causes 4-car pileup

When the Lawrenceburg Consolidated High School built its gym in 1964, and hosted its first Indiana Boys Basketball Sectional in 1965 schools were not separated by size as they are now. It was also the days before consolidation, so each community had a school. Sectionals were an amplification of local rivalries, with Aurora, Moores Hill, North Dearborn, Dillsboro, Rising Sun and Patrior, among others, all having teams. “Class” basketball took control at the turn of the century, and Lawrenceburg High School’s Bud Bateman Gym has seen sectional hosting duties in 2005 for the boys and 2006 for the girls.

A loose dog is being blamed for a four-vehicle crash southwest of Aurora Friday, March 28. Aurora police were dispatched to a property damage accident on a hilly portion of Ind. 56 between the Aurora Marina, 11598 Ind. 56, and Lighthouse Point Yacht Club, 11042 Ind. 56, at 4:41 p.m., said Aurora Officer Clint Holmstrom. He and Aurora Sgt. Shane

Slack spoke to multiple drivers, who told them an unrestrained dog had darted into traffic, said Holmstrom. That caused a motorist to come to an abrupt stop. Other drivers could not stop in time, causing the crash. The westbound lane was closed until tow trucks could arrive and tow four vehicles, disabled by the collision, he said. No injuries were reported at the scene.

North Vernon man, woman charged after OD’ing in Jeep

A North Vernon man found unresponsive in the back of a vehicle in Aurora has been charged with possession of a controlled substance, a Class D Felony, said Aurora Police Officer Clint Holmstrom. Dispatched to the Shell Gas Station, 102 Green Blvd., U.S. 50, at 9:34 p.m. Saturday, March 29, in reference

to an overdose, Aurora police found Derek Hankins, 26, in the rear seat of a silver Jeep Cherokee, said Holmstrom. “Derek Hankins was unresponsive, clammy, and had purple lips. Officers located an oozing injection mark between his index and middle finger,” said Holmstrom.

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Man faces domestic violence charges for threatening to kill woman, kids By Chandra L. Mattingly Staff Reporter

A Dillsboro man allegedly tried to make a former girlfriend in Aurora help him find a magazine for his .22 rifle so he could kill her and her two children, according to Dearborn Circuit Court records. Bond was set at $150,000 surety, $2,500 cash for Aurora resident Dwayne G. Breakiron Jr. in Dearborn Circuit Court, according to the Dearborn County Prosecutor's Office. Breakiron, 23, of 12937 Bank St., Apt. 3, is charged with burglary, a Class B Felony; intimidation, a Class C Felony; and criminal mischief and interference with


reporting a crime, both Class A Breakiron was around, so stayed misdemeanors, according to court in the car, waiting and hoping he records. would go away. He was arrested Then she looked in around midnight Thursher rear view mirror and day, March 27, in consaw Breakiron movnection with alleged ing quickly towards her domestic violence Satcar, said Daugherty. She urday, March 15, acstarted to drive away cording to Aurora Poand he jumped on top of lice Chief Josh Daughthe vehicle and held on erty. as she tried to leave. FiThe victim told ponally, he got off and she lice Breakiron was outand her children went side her house when to a friend's house, said she came home Friday Dwayne Breakiron Jr. police. evening, March 14, The alleged Aurora with her two young children in the victim, identified as his girlfriend car, said Daugherty. in court records, returned home She didn't want to get out while later that night with her children,




said Daugherty. But early Saturday, Breakiron returned to the residence and went inside while she and her children were sleeping, said Daugherty. Breakiron went into the bedroom and made the victim get out of bed, then took her to the living room, said Daugherty. There, he showed her a long gun and .22 rifle bullets and threatened to kill them all, said Daugherty. Both children told investigators they heard Breakiron tell their mother he was going to kill them all, but couldn't find the clip to put the bullets in, said police. Then Breakiron tried to force the victim to help him find the clip so he could kill them, said Daugherty.


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Later, Breakiron's mother called 911, saying she'd received a text message from his girlfriend that he had scared her and her children with a gun, said the probable cause affidavit filed by Aurora Police Officer Lorraine Oguz. After some confusion over the address, county police found the woman’s's residence March 15 but no one seemed to be home. Aurora Police Sgt. Shane Slack and Officer Clint Holmstrom checked on the woman's welfare the same day, then Oguz spoke with her that evening, wrote Oguz. The victim said her ex-boyfriend Breakiron had jumped on her car

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NEWS BRIEFS Bake sale benefits Cancer Society AURORA- The Prayer Walkers, an American Cancer Society Relay for Life team for Dearborn and Ohio Counties, are baking to help ACS finish the fight for a cure. On Friday, April 4, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. the baked goods will be on sale Wal-Mart SuperCenter, Aurora. There will be homemade breads, brownies, pies, cakes, kettle corn and more. Contact the group to contribute baked goods. For questions or for pickup, call Cherie Rump 1-812-4325648; Sallie Vilardo 1-812-9070167, or Tami Shelton 1-812290-5486.

Ind. Bicentennial Commish endorses legacy projects INDIANAPOLIS- The Indiana Bicentennial Commission has endorsed the first round of legacy projects. Legacy Projects are generated by community members and endorsed by the Indiana Bicentennial Commission on a quarterly basis. These projects strive to leave a lasting legacy in honor of Indiana’s Bicentennial in 2016. Legacy projects are deemed open and accessible to the public, fundable without Commission support and achievable as an impactful contribution to Indiana’s legacy. Projects and partners include the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site, a new trail honoring President Abraham Lincoln in Spencer County and an Indiana poetry book engaging all 92 counties, just to name a few. Projects must meet at least one of the following goals or characteristics: culturally inclusive; creates a legacy for the future; celebratory; and/or engages and inspires youth and

young adults. A full list of endorsed Indiana Bicentennial Legacy Projects can be found at A downloadable application can also be found on the website.

Public opinion requested on possible court rule changes INDIANAPOLIS- The Indiana Supreme Court Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure is interested in obtaining comments from judges, attorneys and the general public to the following proposed amendments to the Indiana Rules of Court:

■Public ■ access to court records – amendments to Administrative Rule 9 to reorganize and clarify the rule ■Changes ■ to appellate and trial rule amendments related to Administrative Rule 9 – conform the Rules to the new structure of Administrative Rule 9 ■Body ■ attachments – a new section to Trial Rule 69 that establishes procedures for issuing writs of body attachments ■Appellate ■ briefs and petitions – amendments to the Appellate Rule 43 clarifying spacing requirements ■Not-for-publication ■ memorandum decisions – rename and allow for citation of such opinions for persuasive value Details about the proposed rule changes can be found at The nine-member Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure is reviewing the proposed changes. The Committee must report to the Court recommendations and proposed amendments directed at simplicity in procedure, just determination of litigation, and elimination of unjustified expense and delay. The deadline for submitting comments is May 13. Comments can be sent via email or in writing to, or

Lilia G. Judson, Executive Director, Indiana Supreme Court, Division of State Court Administration, 30 South Meridian Street, Suite 500, Indianapolis, IN 46204.

Home gardeners: ‘Don’t be fooled’ by spotty nice weather WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Planting a home garden at the first sign of spring weather might cause big problems later, especially when more freeze days are likely ahead, a Purdue Extension horticulture specialist says. “Don’t be fooled by the odd warm day we will be experiencing here and there over the next few weeks,” warned Larry Caplan, Extension horticulture educator in Vanderburgh County in southwest Indiana. “The soil is still quite cold, so anything you plant is just going to sit there.” Caplan said that since the soil is wet, digging and tilling now ultimately will cause more compaction problems than gardeners otherwise might have. He also noted that there is still plenty of opportunity for a freeze, where the temperature drops below 32 degrees Fahrenheit. Generally, the average period of the last freeze date is April 11 to 20 for the southern portion of Indiana and April 21 to 30 for the northern. Caplan cautioned that those dates are only averages, meaning that there is a 50 percent chance another freeze will occur after these dates. “We still have a 10 percent chance of a freeze up to two weeks after these dates,” he said. A graphical map showing the average freeze dates in Indiana and other Midwest states is available on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s website at


Amy Beth Irons Meyer, 42, of Aurora, Ind., passed away Saturday, March 29, 2014, in Cincinnati, Ohio. She was born Friday, Sept. 10, 1971, in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, daughter of James Irons and the late Brenda Fox Irons. Amy was a 1989 Lawrenceburg High School graduate and obtained an associates degree from Cincinnati State University. She worked as a information technology specialist for D.B.L. Law Firm, in Crestview Hills, Ky. She was loved and respected by all of her co-workers and friends. Amy was an avid outdoors enthusiast. She loved the simple things in life - family, friends, and animals. She loved to work in her gardens. She was a member of St. John Lutheran Church, Aurora, and was active with the American Cancer Relay for Life. She was an active member of the Schnauzer Rescue of Cincinnati, always providing time and money to the organization. She was

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an animal lover and an advocate for dogs, especially the ones with special needs. Her efforts resulted in saving many dogs lives, and in giving dogs a forever home Her favorite way to spend time was in the garden with her dogs and family Amy was a very giving person and loved to help people and animals. Her family considers her a “hero” for all of her efforts in life and also in her death. Through her participation in the Life Center Organ Donor Program, she has helped 30 people. Surviving Amy are her husband and best friend, Patrick Meyer of Aurora, Ind.; father, James Irons, and wife, Barbara of Shelby, N.C.; brothers, James “Jim” Irons of Lawrenceburg, Ind., and David “Deuce” Irons of Aurora, Ind., her beloved dogs, Zip, Winston, Ringo, Jasper, and Vinnie. She is also survived by several brother and sister-in laws (the outlaws), aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews cousins and many friends. She was loved by all who knew her. She was preceded in death by her mother, Brenda Fox Irons. Friends will be received 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 1, 2014, at St. John,Lutheran Church, 220 Mechanic St., Aurora, Ind. Services will be held at St. John Lutheran Church Aurora, Wednesday, at 11 a.m. with Pastor Edward A. Davis officiating. Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora. Contributions may be made to the Schnauzer Res-

spring.png. Caplan said “warmth-loving plants” such as tomatoes and peppers are most susceptible to early-spring cold snaps.” Caplan said cold-tolerant plants, such as broccoli and cabbage, are not hurt by a light freeze of 28-32 degrees. “But if the temperature falls not much lower than that you’ll see damage,” he said. Gardeners can find out when it is safe to plant their vegetables by referring to the Purdue Extension publication, Indiana Vegetable Planting Calendar, available at http:// ho-186.pdf.

way funds to local communities within the state’s larger urbanized areas while INDOT distributes funds outside MPO areas. To receive federal funding, typically communities must pay 20 percent in local matching funds. Local public agency employees certified as an “Employee in Responsible Charge” must submit applications electronically using INDOT’s website. Applications will be accepted and must be submitted by 5 p.m. Monday, May 12. Project awards will be announced no later than June 16,.. More information is on INDOT’s website at indot/2390.htm.

Transportation Learn about funds available for Constitutional local projects INDIANAPOLIS – Beginning April Convention 14, the Indiana Department of Transportation will accept applications from cities, towns and counties for an estimated $86 million in federal transportation funding. In early February, INDOT awarded $86 million in federal transportation funding for local projects that would be bid beginning July 2016. The latest round of funding is for projects that would be designed, developed and have purchased land according to federal standards prior to bid during the state fiscal year beginning July 2017. Rural communities may submit any local project eligible for $73 million in federal highway funds, including bridge, road and safety projects. In addition, all communities may seek $13 million in Transportation Alternatives funding for non-motorized projects such as trails and Safe Routes to School projects. INDOT sets aside 25 percent of the federal highway funds appropriated by Congress each year to fund larger local transportation projects. Metropolitan Planning Organizations distribute federal high-

LAWRENCEBURG- “Constitutional Convention; Con-Con”, what is it, why is it being discussed? Most think of the first Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia when they hear those words. With all the crisis and deadlines and news shows populating the airwaves, most are confused or have simply ignored this movement in America. Indiana State Rep. Jud McMillin, RBrookville, will discuss the issue and offer a question and answer session concerning it at 7 p.m. Thursday April 10, at the monthly meeting of We The Hoosiers. The University of Cincinnati grad has been a member of the House of Representatives since 2010 and represents District 68. His committee as-

signments this past session included chairman, Courts and Criminal Code; vice chairman, Rules and Legislative Procedure; Roads and Transportation; and Judiciary. Combining his experience as an attorney with legislative experience, Jud has formulated information concerning this controversial subject. We the Hoosiers, as a part of its fifth anniversary celebration, will begin a series of ’Constitution Education’. A portion of the document will be discussed at each of the upcoming meetings. We the Hoosiers meet at 7 p.m. the second Thursday, at the Lawrenceburg Fire Department on Tate Street. For further information go to www.wethehoosiers. com. All meetings are open to the public.

Sewer district meeting time changes LAWRENCEBURG- The Dearborn County Regional Sewer District meeting time has changed to 4:30 p.m. Board members meet the first and third Thursday each month in the county administration building, commissioners room, third floor, 125B W. High St., Lawrenceburg. The meeting dates remaining for 2014 are: April 3 and 17; May 1 and 15; June 5 and 19; July 3 and 17; Aug. 7 and 21; Sept. 4 and 18; Oct. 2 and 16; Nov. 6 and 20 and Dec. 4 and 18.


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S-D employees seek overtime pay change

By Chandra L. Mattingly Staff Reporter

How overtime should be paid to employees once again was discussed at a SunmanDearborn Community School Corporation board meeting. This time Leon Kraus, New Alsace, head of maintenance, brought up the topic during public comments at the regular March meeting. Kraus, a 22year employee, introduced numerous other maintenance employees and custodians present. Then he outlined some of their circumstances: one suffers from a chronic illness but works nonetheless, not showing it; another's wife is 100 percent paralyzed; a third recently had knee surgery; and he himself deals with a heart problem. “Some of us could easily be using these situations as a crutch” but are not, said Kraus. “Most of us live in the corporation and have gone to school here.” Many have kids in S-D schools now. But the S-D administration has “taken and taken and taken” from maintenance, custodial and secretarial employees, he said. “It is time to stop taking from us and go somewhere else,” said Kraus, urging the school board to stop the change in overtime. He was referring to administrative guidelines under which overtime is paid only in weeks when over 40 hours actually is worked. Previously, employees received overtime for any hours over 40, even when some of those hours were vacation or sick day time. Board members discussed the overtime policy, which does not specify how overtime is to be paid, and the administrative guidelines, which do, after the public comments. Board president Jeff Lyness noted employees are paid time and a half for a minimum number of hours if called in to work, such as during a security issue. But the board's job is to set policy and the administration's is to set guidelines implementing that policy, he stressed. Tom Harris, director of support services, noted dealing with weather issues, such as snow removal, is included in employees' job descriptions so is not considered overtime. Board member Dusty Burress asked how much is paid to maintenance staff in overtime per year. He wants to be sure S-D is compensating employees fairly, he said. “If you get called into work, sometimes it's not fun; some-

times it's nice to have pay,” he said. Board member Joe Graf asked how often employees take a personal or vacation day and, with those hours, accumulate over 40 hours in a week. Mary Ann Baines, director of personnel, said employees have three paid personal days and 10 to 15 paid vacation days per year, with some at 20 vacation days. That's 25 to 28 paid days per year. But the question is hard to answer, as some take a day at a time, others take a week off at a time. Meanwhile, she did not have a figure for total overtime hours paid, but could bring that back to the board in the future.

What counts?

If an employee uses a vacation day, “that should count as a work day in my opinion,” said board member John McKay. Board member Joe Graf said he's had jobs where overtime was paid each way, including paid time off, and not. “I understand where you guys are coming from, actual hours worked,” he said. But as an employee, he felt paid time off should count toward overtime in 40-plus-hour weeks. Mike Norman, board vice president, said he comes from both sides. A copy of the guidelines provided by Baines helped clarify the issue for him, he added. “I appreciate and value all the custodians and maintenance staff and what they've done,” said Lyness. But “I want to let the administrative team and the superintendent deal with it. … I want to stay out of getting into administrative guidelines.” Board member Glenn School agreed, and Norman said he's OK with the policy. “We're not there to micromanage,” he said. Burress said he'd like to know the hours and dollars under discussion, so what's done with non-classified can be reconciled with what the corporation does for other staff. “We're lean, we're not fat,” he said, referring to S-D's financial status. But the corporation spends “a lot of time with our certified staff … bargaining and trying to work through our work environment, and it appears we've got some issues with this and we need to deal with them (non-classified,)” he said. He would like to get them around a table for discussion. Baines said the corporation never had been good about having things in writing until S-D Superintendent Jeff Hendrix came. Now S-D is moving in that direction, and she's researched what the industry

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Greg Mathena holds the plaque presented to him by students and staff at Bright Elementary School. Mathena, former Bright Volunteer Fire Department Chief/Assistant Chief, was recognized for 25 years of fire prevention service at the school. and other schools do as well as the law. In many situations, administrative staff do things the way they've been told, but nothing is in writing. “We should have employee handbooks and we don't,” she added. Scholl said most board members seemed to be OK with the policy, though some would like to see the guidelines tweaked. But the board doesn't vote on how to implement a policy and that seems to be what the board is telling the administrative team. “If you want the guidelines to be changed, you're going to have to set some parameters on this policy,” said Hendrix. Public law rules negotiations with certified staff, but there are no negotiations with noncertified staff, he continued. The board has decided to give non-certified staff certain benefits, including paid days off. “If you wanted to get away from this, don't give them any of those benefits,” said Hendrix.

More $ for lunch

In other business, the board approved a lunch price increase, the S-D Middle School handbook and the English wing roof project at East Central High School, and learned the corporation's finances remain low. The lunch price will increase from $2 to $2.10 for the 2014-2015 school year, as mandated by the state. Olivia Scardina, director of food and nutrition services, said as far as cost, the price otherwise could have continued at $2, but the state is requiring prices be raised until they reach $2.99. The handbook passed unanimously with no discus-

sion, as did the “built-up” roof option at $140,000. Norman made the motion with a second by Scholl. Charles Blake, director of financial services, recommended the board pass an expenditure goals resolution, which it did, as mandated by the state. The goal is to ensure as much money as possible goes towards education, he said. Meanwhile, he distributed

the February funds report. “As you can see, we're still low,” he said. He estimated the general fund will end the year at $700,000 based on current funding. The board previously set a goal to keep a 5 percent balance, or $1.2 million, in that fund. Blake said the state will again adjust S-D's funding in May and again in July. Based on student counts and projections, the state funding will

be lowered. During principals' comments, Bright Elementary Principal Norbert Goessling said former Bright Fire Chief/ Assistant Chief Greg Mathena was recognized by the school for 25 years of service. Mathena, who is dedicated to teaching fire safety to youngsters kindergarten and up, was given a plaque in thanks, said Goessling.

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Logic has nothing to do with it!

“If everyone else went and ally expect an answer? “How jumped in the river, would was your date last night?” you do it?” LR: If you are a current or for“Did you have fun?” mer child, you have probably LR, extended: heard that question. If you “What was the movie are a parent, you’ve probably about?” asked it. But if you think LR, exasperated: (Insert about it, it becomes one of eye rolls and sighs at random those things you should have in any and all of this and choked down instead of spit- above.) ting out. “I’d like to meet her [his] So, “If everyone C.G. parents.” went and jumped in LR, panicked: the river, would you SCAVOLA Are you trying to do it?” ruin my life? The Logical Response Drop back a few years: (LR): Of course not, because “Did we get a bob-boo?” “everyone else,” by definiLR: Waaah! (Translation: tion, would include you, I just fell on my face and it Mom, and that would mean hurts like fury. As far as I can you wouldn’t be hanging tell, you just stood there and around here with nothing to watched me and now you’re do but boss me all the time cooing at me when what I and tell me why I can’t do really need is a good stiff things. Now, can you give me bottle of chocolate milk and your credit card, take me to some cookies to wash down. the mall, and get out of my Weren’t you paying attention life forever?” when you were my age? Step back a few years in And forward: “What did childhood for another favor- you do in school today?” ite: “That’s not the way big LR, K - grade 2: We learned boys [girls] do things. a new letter, counted, fed the LR: Thank God. The way goldfish, met Ms. Smith’s big boys do things, this planet new puppy, and I colored on will be uninhabitable in a few Amy [Jed’s] shirt. years, but that won’t matter, LR, grades 3 - 5: We made of course, because disease, a volcano erupt, did some war, famine, oversized sodas problems, watched a gross and cheeseburgers, and unre- movie where sharks ate called auto defects will have things, threw rocks at some wiped mankind from the face dogs, and I poured milk on of it by then. Amy [Jed]. Here’s another chestnut: LR grades 6 - 8: The lab “This room is a pigstye.” burned down, I broke two LR: It can’t be. We’re not computers, but I did find one zoned agricultural. In an ag- that I unblocked and saw ricultural zone: Oh, I guess some very interesting vidyour sense of smell went be- eos, and Amy [Jed] and I fore your eyesight. exchanged selfies. And the ever-popular, LR, grades 9 -12: Nothing. “Don’t make me come up (Translation: Two kids got (down, in, out, over) there.” busted for cooking meth in LR: I can’t make you do the lab, three computers are anything. You’re supposed to missing from our home room, be the adult, right? You’re we finally gave Mr. Teeters a the one that barks orders all nervous breakdown, and Amy the time. Make you do some- [Jed] and I spent study hall thing? I’ve got about as much sexting. chance of doing that as I do of Here’s another open-ended getting this indelible marker gem: “What were you thinkpicture of last month’s play- ing?” mate off the wall. LR: I dunno. Try a winter motif: “You’re “You don’t know?” on thin ice.” LR, extended: Nothing, I LR: That’s no surprise, guess. with the way you keep the “Nothing?” temperature at Arctic levels LR, exasperated: I guess I to save on the heating bill. just wasn’t thinking. (TransIn fact, I think the ham sand- lation: Oh yes I was. I was wich I put under the bed last thinking how cool it would year is still edible. Anyway, be if I got the car airborne and we’ll know as soon as Billy cleared that delivery van, and finishes it. I would have made it if you Some things are open-end- had spent the extra $10,000 ed: “What are you doing up for the model I wanted you (down, etc.) there? to buy, so it’s all your fault. LR: Nothing. Who wasn’t thinking in the “Nothing?” first place, huh?) LR, extended: Nothing I Now, work up your own want to tell you about. responses: “Is that any way to “Are you sure?” behave?” LR, exasperated: Okay, Copyright 2014, Robert A. I’m building something I Markwalter. For more from found instructions for on the C.G. Scavola and Bob MarkInternet. It’s big, and round, walter, visit www.straylake. and heavy. Do we have any com, home of the Stray Lake plutonium in the fridge? Signal-Gazette In the realm of, did you re-

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Do as your MOTHER says!

Dear Winter, you are not wanted. You know I love you, right? Well I Washington, D.C. is trying to have think it is high time you gave up your its Cherry Blossom Festival, and you’re petulant hold on a very large freezing it out. portion of the United States, ERIKA It is high time you stop and let your sister Spring have playing with your Polar Vortex SCHMIDT and putting it where it is not her turn. You had a lot of fun this RUSSELL wanted. year, more fun than usual, Your conduct is bordering which is why you really must cease and on the rude, my son. I also must remind desist. Winter, dear son of mine, you you what happens when you continue shut down Atlanta! That’s quite some- to linger, Spring gets very unhappy. She thing, and quite humorous, although is my most fickle and difficult child, not to that city’s residents. and like you enjoys havoc, only in the You made it snow in Florida and form of thunderstorms, tornadoes and Alabama! Also quite a coup, however floods. People are not too fond of her references to hell freezing over by cer- either, but they more readily forgive her tain Yankee-type folks were not appre- because she’s warm and can be quite ciated by Alabamans. friendly bringing people flowers etc. You’ve repeatedly closed major airHowever, because you are lingering ports on the U.S. East Coast, far more she’ll try the same thing, and then Sumtimes than you usually do. School chil- mer and Fall will be all out of sorts as dren actually were tired of having snow well this year. When it becomes your days, so it has a been a banner year for turn again in December, you may not you, yet you continue to loiter where get as long of a turn, because your

brother Fall will want to stick around as well. So son, if you don’t start behaving and let Spring have her turn soon, your Father and I will have to do something about it. Thank you, my dear son. As always your loving, Mother Nature P.S. I know you’re not happy with the humans messing up the overall climate, but this Winter tantrum does not convince them that there is real climate change. With some of them it does quite the opposite because they can’t separate weather from climate. So my son, this is your last chance. P.P.S Letting Spring sneak in and have a nice day for Reds Opening Day does not count! You’re overly tired and really need to go have a nice nap. Erika Schmidt Russell is editor of The Journal-Press and The Dearborn County Register.


On the road to improvement

Now that the interim has begun, I Act 1002, Indiana is transferring up am spending less time at the Statehouse to $400 million in major road funding but have still made a few trips back to which will make us eligible for more than Indianapolis for meetings and award $1.6 billion in additional federal funds. ceremonies. It is important to understand Throughout these drives I that the state funding in this have become increasingly legislation is simply a transfer aware of the toll that this harsh of funds that were allocated to winter has taken on Indiana the Major Moves 2020 fund in roads. the 2013 budget. This allows With the snow subsiding and Indiana to maintain its fiscal the sun starting to come out, integrity while also providing this is a realization that is being Hoosier communities with the made in every corner of our funding that they need to imstate. prove their infrastructure. RANDY The subpar conditions of To put into perspective just some of our roads can be di- FRYE how important this legislation rectly correlated to this harsh is, investing in infrastructure winter, while others cannot. Others are provides immediate benefits to the simply general wear and tear. state, to local cities and towns and to However regardless of the cause, individual Hoosiers. as I drive on our state’s highways and In order for our state’s economy to experience these problems firsthand, I reach its highest potential, it is imperamust ask myself, as a state legislator: tive that we have a superior statewide Did we do anything this session to help transportation system. Last year alone, alleviate this problem? Fortunately, the over $500 billion in goods traveled on answer to that question is yes, and that Indiana’s roadways. particular piece of legislation is one of In addition, Hoosier motorists sustain the most important things we did all an estimated $1.2 billion in extra vehicle session. repairs and operating costs as a result of With the passage of House Enrolled driving on roads in need of repair.

This is a very high number but with the winter we have had and the number of large potholes all around the state, it probably does not surprise you. In order to maintain existing infrastructure alone, the Indiana Department of Transportation currently needs $650 million for pavement preservation and $100 million for bridge preservation. In addition to giving Hoosiers smooth pavement to drive on, this significant investment in infrastructure will also support thousands of jobs. This includes high-wage on-site construction jobs and jobs in supplier industries. The average construction worker in Indiana makes $54,100 a year. As you can see, this is an important and smart move for Indiana. We are maintaining our fiscal integrity while boosting our economy and creating jobs. I believe that every Hoosier will experience the benefits of this, and I am proud of this commitment that we have made to our state. Ind. 67th District Rep. Randy Frye, R-Greensburg, represents Ohio and Switzerland counties, as well as portions of Ripley, Decatur, Jennings, Jefferson and Dearborn counties.


April is child abuse prevention month

Prevent Child Abuse of Dearborn/ Ohio Counties, Inc. is hosting, participating, or promoting several events to recognize the importance of child abuse and neglect prevention. In our nation, the basic needs and well-being of our children should be at the top of our lists of what we can all do individually and collectively for brighter futures for everyone. With such a turbulent economy, budget cuts for companies and organizations, many of our families, including children, our future leaders’ lives are being affected. Prevent Child Abuse recognizes these trying times, but continues to have a strong commitment to the health and well-being of all children. During the month of April, several organizations have planned events to edu-

cate parents, kids, professionals and all community members on the importance of abuse prevention. Please plan to attend the following events: Indiana Dept. of child Services and PCA’s “Pinwheels for Prevention Garden Ceremony,” Newtown Park, Lawrenceburg on Tuesday, April 8, at 7:30 p.m. (alternate location/Lawrenceburg Community Center). Thursday, April 10, DIRECTIONS Rape Crisis Support and Advocacy’s “Take Back the Night,” 5:30 p.m. at the Dearborn Adult Center, Tate St., Lawrenceburg. SIEOC will host their annual child abuse prevention conference: “Sticks and Stones, The Power of our Words” on Saturday, April 26, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Ivy Tech Community College/Riverfront campus. Churches around the country will

also participate in “Blue Sunday Day of Prayer” on Sunday, April 27, to pray for abused children and those who rescue them. Please contact each organization for further information and registration. Prevent Child Abuse will also host their traveling pinwheel display throughout Dearborn and Ohio Counties and work within schools on poster contests among hundreds of students to bring awareness to bullying prevention, physical, emotional, and sexual abuse and the neglect of a child’s basic needs. PCA meets the first Wednesday of the month at the SIEOC office in Aurora from noon to 1 p.m. and all are welcome to attend. If you suspect abuse or neglect, call the Indiana hotline at 1-800-800-5556 or 911 in an emergency.

THEY WORK FOR YOU Have something to say about recent federal government actions? Is there a state issue sticking in your craw? Here is contact information for national and state lawmakers.

U.S. Government The President

Barack Obama, D: 1-202-456-1414, The White

House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500. Term runs through 2016.

State Government Governor

Mike Pence, R: 1-317-232-4567; Statehouse,

Room 206, Indianapolis, IN 46204. Term runs through 2016.

Lt. Governor

Sue Ellspermann, R: 1-317-232-4545; State-

U.S. House, Sixth District

house, Room 333, Indianapolis, IN 46204. Term runs through 2016.

Luke Messer, R:1-202-225-3021 508 Can-

Senate, 43rd District non House Office Building, Washington D.C. 20515. Indiana officJohnny Nugent, R: 537-0628; 523 W. Eads Parkes: 107 W. Charles St., Muncie, IN 47305; phone: 765-747-5566; way, U.S. 50, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025. Indianapolis: 1-317-232Richmond Municipal Building, 50 N. 5th St., Richmond, IN 47374; 9541 or 1-800-382-9467; Statehouse, 200 W. Washington St., Inphone: 765-962-2883; 2 Public Square, Shelbyville, IN 46176; dianapolis, IN 46204. The 43rd District is composed of parts of phone: 317-421-0704. District is composed of Dearborn, Ohio, Ripley, Franklin, Jennings, Jefferson, Bartholomew, Decatur, Shelby, Rush, Fayette, Union, Dearborn, Ripley, Decatur and Jennings counties, and all of Ohio County. Term Wayne, Hancock, Henry, Randolph and Delaware counties, and part of Scott runs through 2014. County. Term runs through 2014. Statehouse, 67th District

U.S. Senate Dan Coats, R: 1-202-224-5623; fax: 1-202-228-

1820. 493 Russell Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510-1403. Indiana: 1-317-554-0750; 1650 Market Tower, 10 W. Market St., Indianapolis, IN 46204; or 1-812-218-2317. 1201 E/ 10th St., Suite 106, Jeffersonville, IN 47130. Term runs through 2014.

Joe Donnelly, D: 1-202-224-5011; 720 Hart

Indianapolis: 1-800-382-9841; email; Statehouse, 200 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204. The newly redrawn 67th House District is composed of parts of Dearborn, Ripley, Jennings, Decatur and Jefferson counties, and all of Ohio and Switzerland counties. Term runs through 2014. Randy Frye, R:

Statehouse, 68th District Jud McMillin: 1033 Cliff St., Brookville, IN 47012;

Indianapolis: 1-800-382-9842; Statehouse, 200 W. WashingSenate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; 10 West Market ton St., Indianapolis, IN 46204. The 68th House District is St., Suite 1180, Indianapolis, IN 46204, phone: 1-317-226-5555; composed of most of Dearborn County, all of Franklin Coun205 West Colfax Ave., South Bend, IN 46601, phone: 1-574-288ty, and part of Union County. Term runs through 2014. 2780. Term runs through 2018.







Pictured, left to right: Jenna Bowker, Luke Lazo, Sidney Schaefer.

Art students at South Dearborn Middle School explore Notan

Seventh grade art students at South Dearborn Middle School have been exploring Notan. Notan is the term used by the Japanese to express the principle of “dark-light” as an element of art. This concept illustrates the interaction of positive and negative space, emphasizing that one cannot exist without the other. A common symbol that illustrates this concept of “dark-light” is the yin-yang symbol, consisting of a balanced mirror imaged of black and white. Students began with a 6” x 6”

square of construction paper. On it they designed shapes that related to each other while thinking about balancing the positive and negative spaces of their square. Students carefully cut out their shapes and flipped them along the edges before gluing them in place to a contrasting background. After the concept was understood, students were given the challenge of creating a second Notan using a 3 color combination. Sharon Hinds, art teacher says, “they look like exploding squares, and each one is unique.

The Manchester Elementary School Shiners were the winners of the 2013-2014 South Dearborn Community School Corporation’s boys’ sixth grade basketball tourney. The boys worked their way through the entire season remaining undefeated throughout. The Shiners defeated the Aurora Red Devils in the final game of the tourney on Dec. 5, 2013. Coach Aaron Hopkins said, “Both Manchester teams had good seasons this year, while the fifth grade came up a little short, the sixth grade was able to win the championship. By the end of the season both teams began to realize that working together was more important than winning games. By doing so, both teams began to play better and showed a lot of improvement as the season progressed. I am very proud of both teams and their efforts this season.” Pictured from left to right (holding pieces of the net): Front row: Damon Huffman, Kyle Weaver, Gabe Witte; back row: Alex Shackelford, Andy Dixon, Dalton Guthrie, Coach Hopkins, Jake Black, Adam Dixon, Quinton Rowlett.



Ongoing events Cross Eyed Riders #752, Christian Motorcyclists Association meets the first Friday of the month at 7 p.m. for food and fellowship. Meeting held at The Gathering Place, 1932 Jamison Road, Bright, Ind. Call 513-2189707 or 513-574-6550 or email for directions or other information. The Dearborn County Soil and Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors meets monthly on the second Thursday at 8 a.m. at the USDA Service Center, 10729 Randall Avenue, Aurora, in the Aurora Industrial Park, 4 miles west of Aurora. All interested persons are welcome to attend. Study, Food, Fun Hoosier Hills Literacy League offers new program and tutor training Thursdays from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Lawrenceburg Public Library. Call Laura Priebe at 812584-8516 with questions or to register for either program.

Kindergarten Registration

Lawrenceburg Primary School Tuesday, April 15, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Bring your child, your child’s birth certificate, social security card and immunization records, and court or custodial documentation. All incoming students are required to register. Children must be 5 years old on or before Aug. 1, 2014. If you have questions call LPS at 812-537-7239. St. John Lutheran School St. John Lutheran School in Aurora will hold Kindergarten and Pre-K (both 3 and 4-year-olds) registration for the 2014-15 school year on Tuesday, April 8 from 7 to 8 p.m. All programs are 5-day, full day with Christ-centered curriculum at reasonable tuition rates. Accredited school, licensed teachers. After-school care available. Call 812-926-2656 or visit

choices of cheese), bag of chips, small water and a chocolate chip cookie. Anyone interested in or23455 Gavin Lane, Bright. Cost: dering call Cherie Rump 812$8-adults; $4-children; children 432-5648 by Monday March 31. under 3 eat for free. Cheese pizza Old Friends And Bright Beginavailable. Carry out available, nings’ monthly luncheon will be 812-656-8700. Stations of the Thursday, April 3, at Dearborn Cross at 6 p.m. each Friday. Hills United Methodist Church at Knights of Columbus Council 11:30 a.m. Lunch will be catered No. 8487 will host a fish fry by B&P Grubbs and they will be from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Friday, serving roast pork, mashed potaApril 11, at St. John Catholic toes, gravy, peas and carrots, Church, Osgood. Cost is $8 for salad, bread and dessert. Your adults and $4 for kids. reservation and $8 will be appreciated by Sunday, March 30 by conLenten Fellowship Dinner tacting Lois Gellert 812-487-2026 The Aurora First United Methor Thelma Stutz 812-637-5569. odist Church will again this year host the Christian Men’s Friday, April 4 Lenten Fellowship Dinners. Bake Sale Every Wednesday evening 6 to 7 The Prayer Walkers, an American p.m. until April 16. The cost of Cancer Society Relay for Life the meal is $8. Contact Dennis team for Dearborn and Ohio Elder at 744-7072 or Mike Page Counties, are baking to help ACS at 926-3124 for more informafinish the fight for a cure Friday, tion or to make a reservation. April 4 from 4 to 8 p.m. at WalThe Aurora First United Method- Mart. Homemade breads, brownist Church is located at 304 3rd ies, pies, cakes, kettle corn and Street, Aurora. more! If you would like to donate Women’s Fellowship Dinners baked goods please contact us. The 2014 Women’s Lenten FelFor questions or for pickup, call lowship every Thursday during one of the chairwomen: Cherie Lent, at 6 p.m. at the Aurora Rump 812-432-5648; Sallie Lions Club, 2nd and Main Vilardo 812-907-0167; Tami Streets. The cost of the meal is Shelton 812-290-5486. $8.75 and will be catered by Shrimp/fish/chicken baskets Doug and Linda Rum. Call your will be served from 5 to 7:30 reservations into Gwen Miller, p.m. Friday, April 4 at American 812-539-2116, by 8 p.m. each Legion Post #231, Aurora. InSunday evening. Ladies from all cluded in the baskets: French area churches are invited to par- fries, cole slaw. Price: $7.50. ticipate. We look forward to this Open to the public. special time of sharing.

Tuesday, April 1

Hillforest Victorian House Museum re-opens for 58th touring season Tuesday, April 1, 1 to 5 p.m. The 1855 Victorian home of Thomas and Sarah Gaff, 213 Fifth Street, Aurora will offer guided tours Tuesday through Sunday. Admission is $6 – 14 and up, $3 for students (ages 7-13), and children 6 and under are free. An exhibit entitled Bags, Bonnets, & Bloomers…a Victorian Lady’s Secret” will feature anLenten Fish Frys tique hats, purses, and ladies unSt. Lawrence Church Fish Fry mentionables from Hillforest’s Fish Fry Fridays, April 4, April 11, private collection. For information April 18, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the call 812-926-0087 or visit www. St. Lawrence Gym, 542 Walnut, Lawrenceburg. St. Mary’s School/Church, Wednesday, April 2 Meals will be served in the Activi- Blood Drive ty Center located on 5th Street in Aurora Lions 2014 Blood Drive Aurora, Fridays, April 4 and April Wednesday, April 2, 1 to 7 p.m. 18 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Prices: Judge will speak at lecture Adults $10, Senior Citizens (60 The 2nd Annual Leadership lecyrs +) $9, Kids 10 - 6 yrs old $5 ture series will be held from 1 and kids 5 and under are free. p.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, April Carry-out is available. Any ques- 2, at Ivy Tech Community College tions, call 812-926-1558. Menu: riverfront campus business conFish: breaded, hand-dipped, or ference center, 50 Walnut St., baked (while supplies last), Lawrenceburg. Dearborn County grilled cheese, macaroni and Superior Court No. 2 Judge Sally cheese, green beans and/or corn, Blankenship will speak about the cole slaw, french fries, apple importance of women’s leadersauce, pasta salad, home made ship roles in society. Light redesserts including our famous freshments will also be served. apple crisp, lemonade, coffee, tea or water. Thank you for support- Thursday, April 3 ing St. Mary’s. Dillsboro Prayer Walkers will be St. Teresa Benedicta providing 6” sub box lunches for of the Cross $6 for the next captains meeting Fridays, April 4, 11, 4:30 to 7:30 Thursday, April 3. Meal includes at the Parish Community Center, sandwich (4 choices of meat, 3

Saturday, April 5, Sunday, April 6

Auditions for Spring Musical Auditions for the RAA’s spring musical, The Yankee Doodle, will be from 2 to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 5, and Sunday, April 6, at the Batesville High School band room. Those wishing to audition should come prepared to sing a patriotic song or a song from a traditional musical and should bring their own CD and player or sheet music. No appointment is necessary. The auditions are open to anyone age 8 and up, with a major focus on young adults. Contact Pam Cope at 812212-8833 for more information.

Sunday, April 6

Sausage,Pancake Breakfast at New Alsace American Legion Post, 10571 North Dearborn Road, Sunman, Ind., Sunday, April 6, 7:30 a.m. to noon. Menu consists of biscuits and gravy, sausage and pancakes, home fries, eggs to order, fruit, coffee and juice. Cost is $8 for adults, $4 for children under 10 and children under 3 eat free. New Alsace Conservation Club is holding the breakfast. The Legion Home is located north west of New Alsace off North Dearborn Road on Legion Road. Watch for signs. For more information call 812-623-2431 or email

Monday, April 7

Spring Fling - The Dearborn Extension Homemakers are having


Mrs. Wuestefeld’s sixth grade math and language arts students from Aurora Elementary School are preparing to dive into ISTEP testing. Students have been completing daily review activities to help them catch the wave of success. Students are, from left: Breanna Robbins, Perry Abner, Danny Palmer-Jones and Jade Bowling. their Spring Fling on Monday, April 7 at 11 a.m. at the Purdue Extension Office on Main Street in Aurora. Bring a salad or dessert to share. Program is How To Make A Fairy Garden. For more information call 812-926 1189 or 812926-1469.

Tuesday, April 8

“Pinwheels for Prevention Garden Ceremony” ndiana Department of Child Services and Prevent Child Abuse’s “Pinwheels for Prevention Garden Ceremony”, will take place at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 8, at Newtown Park, Lawrenceburg (alternate location/Lawrenceburg Community Center).

Tuesdays, April 8,15,22,29 Senior Care/Aging Wisely

Educational Series Join us for a weekly educational series focused on senior care Tuesdays, April 8, April 15, April 22, April 29 at 11 a.m. at RidgeWood Health Campus, 181 Campus Drive, Lawrenceburg. Different topic will be discussed each Tuesday. Refreshments will be served. For more information: 812-537-5700,

Thursday, April 10

“Take Back the Night” DIRECTIONS Rape Crisis Support and Advocacy’s “Take Back the Night,” will take place at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, April 10, at the Dearborn Adult Center, Tate St., Lawrenceburg. We the Hoosiers Thursday April 10, 7 p.m, Lawrenceburg Fire Dept, Tate Street.

“Con-Con - Pro or Con”, a discussion of the possibility or advisability of a Constitutional Convention by Jud McMillin, Rep. Indiana District 68. Candidates seeking nomination in May have also been invited. Sponsored by We the Hoosiers, a Tea Party + group.

Thursday, April 10 through Sunday, 13

Radio Suspense Theatre, A Deadly Wager and The Parakeets Vanish, by Steve Cleberg, directed by Ian Tinney, presented by Rivertown Players, Inc. Performance dates and times Thursday through Sunday, April 10, 11, 12 at 7 p.m. and April 13 at 2 p.m. at City Of Spires Museum, 111 Fifth Street, Aurora Ind. Ticket Hotline 812-532-3078.




Pirates New coach, solid defense at EC Lady Trojan Repeat softball opens Record setting state finals IHSAA report

The Greensburg Pirates probed Bowman Academy’s full-court defense, found the openings and set a Class 3A championship game scoring record with an 89-76 victory over the Eagles. The outcome meant a second consecutive state championship for the Pirates. Bowman, the 2013 champion in 2A and the 2010 champ in Class A, was denied its opportunity to become the first boys basketball team to win a state title in three different classifications. Greenburg turned the ball over 22 times against Bowman’s withering pressure. But when the Pirates broke the press, they generally located good shots on the way to 56.4 percent shooting (31of-55) from the field. They hit 57.1 percent (12-of-21) on 3-pointers. Sean Sellers led the Pirates with 27 points and 16 rebounds. Rigney hit 23 points. Ryan Welage had 21 points. Bryant McIntosh had 11 assists, tying a 3A titlegame record. Coach Stacy Meyer’s Greensburg team finished with a 28-1 record. Class 3A Championship Game Records Team Records Most Points 89 by Greensburg vs. Bowman Academy, 2014. Most Combined Points 165 by Greensburg (89) and Bowman Academy (76). Most Points in a Half TIED 45 by Greensburg (2nd Half) vs. Bowman Academy, 2014. Most Field Goals Made TIED 32 by Bowman Academy vs. Greensburg, 2014. Most Combined FGs made 63 by Bowman Academy (32) and Greensburg (31), 2014. Most Field Goals Att. 78 by Bowman Academy vs. Greensburg, 2014. Highest 3-Point FG % TIED .571 (12-21) by Greensburg vs. Bowman Academy, 2014. Most Assists (since 1972) 25 by Greensburg vs. Bowman Academy, 2014. Most Combined Assists 37 by Greensburg (25) and Bowman Academy (12), 2014. Individual Records Highest 3-Point Field Goal Percentage (min. 5 attempts) .700 (7-10) by Collin Rigney, Greensburg vs. Bowman Academy, 2014. Most Assists (Since 1972) ​TIED 11 by Bryant McIntosh, Greensburg vs. Bowman Academy, 2014.

Holdsworth wins Trester Award

Macy Holdsworth of Greensburg High School was the winner of the Arthur L. Trester Mental Attitude Award in Class 3A Boys Basketball. Holdsworth ranks seventh in his senior class of 135 students with a 3.9 GPA. He is a member of the National Honor Society, the Student Council and has been an academic mentor for junior high students in the community. He’s coached youth basketball and baseball teams for four years each and is also president of his Church Youth Group. Besides being a four-year varsity starter for the Pirates, he anticipates starting for a fourth year for the baseball team this spring. He is the son of Scott and Kara Holdsworth of Greensburg and plans to study Physical Therapy at Indiana University where he will play baseball for the Hoosiers.

against Lions BY JIM BUCHBERGER Sports Editor

team filled with superstars. We will be very team-oriented and will have to rely on each other to be successful this season.” Defensively, East Central’s everyday lineup should have few peers, anchored by second-team All-State shortstop Sami Turner, who batted .385 with 14 RBI, eight steals, a whopping .714 slugging percentage, .426 on-base percentage, 68 assists and 43 put outs a year ago). “Sami Turner will be a key player for us at shortstop and at the plate,” Wullenweber said. “We will also be seeing her in our outfield at times. She is so versatile and talented we can use her skills in many areas.” If Turner is the anchor, senior All-EIAC first baseman/ pitcher Katelyn White (.333) again will be the cornerstone of the Trojan defense. The lefty fielded a perfect 1.000

percentage in 2013 to go with 168 put outs. Top grad McQueen’s emergence as the staff ace reduced White’s mound work to 18 innings in which she logged an 0-1 mark and 4.68 ERA. Other senior starters back include outfielder Chloe Wilhelm (.342, 14 RBI), catcher Karrie Decker and utility infielder Amanda Richter. “Chloe Wilhelm will be another key player in our outfield,” the new coach said. “She had a great year last year and will be a factor at the plate for us. Karrie Decker is helping our pitchers with their overall game. She and McQueen ran the show last season, and her experience will be very helpful.” Underclass players will have a major say in the Trojans’ success again this spring, led by sophomore second

baseman and county Newcomer of the Year Tayler Wullenweber, the coach’s daughter, who led all EC regulars with a .407 batting clip, drove in 15 runs and fielded .945. Junior left fielder Savannah Sturgill swung an explosive bat, as well, in her first varsity campaign, hitting an even .400 with a team-high 28 RBI, 10 doubles and a .544 slugging percentage. “Savannah Sturgill will again be a solid spot for us in the outfield and at the plate with her stick,” Coach Wullenweber said. “Tayler is a young player who will help us in the middle if the infield, and her bat can help us this season.” Two more juniors, DH Jolynn Morrow and pitcher Hannah Sprague, will be key components. Morrow batted .345 a year ago and also could play an infield spot, while

ST. LEON – East Central softball returned to its past glories last season, finishing 18-9 with its 19th Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference championship in 22 years. So it came as somewhat of a surprise when third-year head coach Heather Zins (5430), the former Trojan and NKU star, announced her resignation last fall to spend more time with her young family. EC stayed within the longrunning successful program when assistant coach Shannon Wullenweber, a Trojan alum and former standout athlete himself and hitting instructor at Lawrenceburg's Hardcore Hitting and Pitching Center, was promoted to the job. Thus, the torch has been passed to a new generation in East Central fast-pitch. “We are very excited to start competing after such a long winter,” Wullenweber said. “We feel, with the returning starters that we have, our defense will be very solid. Many of our players are interchangeable on defense and we will be working on different defensive looks to find where we can be at our strongest.” He continued: “We're still looking for some new leaders on the field. It is a huge loss JIM BUCHBERGER/Journal-Press when we graduate leaders like Paige McQueen and Becca New East Central head softball coach (right) joked during preseason practice: “With 40 Webber. We definitely are not a players and three teams to oversee, I feel like a hood ornament on a freight train sometimes.”

Tiger baseball: Young and younger Lost 9 seniors H.S. baseball after last year’s LAWRENCEBURG Tigers 12-15 struggle BY JIM BUCHBERGER Sports Editor LAWRENCEBURG – If it wasn't for bad luck during last spring's 12-15 struggle, Lawrenceburg baseball seemed as if it would have had none at all. A veteran roster entered the season stocked with nine seniors for first-year coach Nick Tremain, who returned to his alma mater (Class of '98) after building Class A South Central (Elizabeth) into a successful semistate-level program. Known to be a little light in the pitching department, LHS had no way to prepare for the rash of key injuries that dogged it all season. Tigers battled behind scrappy mound ace Kyle Kittle and gimpy slugger Bobby Weber, but could only manage a 2-8 finish in the EIAC (fifth place). Predictably, almost, Lawrenceburg then drew EIAC and sectional champion Franklin County (ranked No. 8 in the coaches' 3A preseason poll this year) in the semifinal round of state tourney play, bowing out 5-1. Hopefully, all that can be put behind Coach Tremain and company this spring. But they'll have to do it with an extremely young lineup when the season opens Wednesday (April 2) at Harrison, Ohio, as part of the Cincinnati Reds Futures Showcase event. “Losing nine seniors will bring some challenges for our coaches - but some great opportunities for our young players.” Tremain said. “We challenged our guys last June to start preparing immediately and we've seen a lot of progress made over the summer and this fall. Competition can be a healthy thing. We have a competition going right now for nearly every position. “We have three guys returning with any real varsity

2014 Season Preview

■■2013 RESULTS: 12-15 (2-8 EIAC, tie 5th). Lost to Franklin County 5-1, Class 3A sectional 2nd round. ■■TOP RETURNEES: C Jesse Mess, 1B/P Logan Scudder, OF/IF Tommy Lovins, ■■NEWCOMERS TO WATCH: P/OF Ben Ohlhaut, SS/2B Clay Woeste, 3B/OF/P Noah Dunaway, 1B/3B Michael Turner, P/OF Sam Fette, 2B/SS Brady Gordon, INF Adam Lang, P Jordan Houze ■■SEASON OPENER: April 2 at Harrison (Ohio) (Skyline Chili/ Cincinnati Reds Futures Showcase) experience. I know there will be a learning curve. But we believe we have good young talent that has bought into our system and we expect to be competitive.” Tigers' three veterans include juniors Logan Scudder at first base, catcher Jesse Mess and outfielder/infielder Tommy Lovins. Scudder, who batted .343 as a sophomore in a platoon system at first, should anchor the middle of the LHS batting order. Mess (.273) is a capable backstop who filled in admirably when Weber was injured a year ago. Lovins, a split-time reserve in 2013, has outfield speed and also can play multiple infield spots.

Lawrenceburg is rebuilding everywhere after that trio, offensively, defensively and, especially, on the pitcher's mound. Senior right-hander Ben Ohlhaut is expected to contribute solid innings on the mound, and is pegged for an outfield position after spot time in the infield last spring. Freshman Clay Woeste is hoped to be an impact player, with the ability to handle either of the key middle infield spots. Big junior Noah Dunaway, a first-year move-in from Liberty-Benton, Ohio, will play mainly at a corner infield position or could work to the outfield picture. Class-

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Junior first baseman Logan Scudder (11) hit .343 in his first varsity season for Lawrenceburg baseball a year ago. He'll anchor the middle of the Tigers' batting order.

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■■2013 RESULTS:18-9 (9-1 Eastern Ind. Athletic Conference, champion). Lost to Bloomington South 3-0, Class 4A sectional semifinal. ■■TOP RETURNEES: SS Sami Turner, OF Chloe Wilhelm, 1B/P Katelyn White, C Karrie Decker, 2B Tayler Wullenweber, 3B Amanda Richter, OF Savannah Sturgill, DH Jolynn Morrow, P Hannah Sprague ■■NEWCOMERS TO WATCH: P Allie McCool, OF/P Paige Reinshagen. SS Michelle Grimes, 1B Olivia Quick, OF Jackie Eckstein ■■SEASON OPENER: April 2 vs. Rushville (EIAC game), 4:30 p.m. Sprague, the No. 2 hurler, posted a 3-4 mark and 3.47 ERA. Another sophomore, 6’2” basketball standout Allie McCool, notched a 2-0 record and 0.00 earned run average in just 14 varsity innings last season. The ace of coach Lauren Cormican’s 12-2 jayvee team, McCool and Sprague will start the season as options 1A and 1B in the EC mound rotation. White and jayvee promotee Paige Re-

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SD diamondmen a wild mixture – again BY JIM BUCHBERGER Sports Editor AURORA – South Dearborn baseball was a mixed blessing last year. Varsity Knights, who got 20-year head coach Jay Malott to the 300th career win landmark, finished an eyelash over .500 (14-13) with a wildly varied mixture of veterans (four fourth-year starters, three now playing college baseball) and rookies (the rest). The pitching, as it will be again this spring, was by committee, with no real veteran workhorse innings-eaters available. Yet SD was the only conference team to beat EIAC title-bound Franklin County - and nearly beat the preseason No. 8-ranked Wildcats in both league meetings. Knights – who open their season with Wednesday’s Skyline Chili/ Cincinnati Reds Futures Showcase game against Batesville at Harrison, Ohio (4:30 p.m.) – could be much the same this spring. “We’ve got 28 kids in the program now, and they’re all pretty much interchangeable,” said Malott. “We don’t have any real stars, but we have 5-6 guys back from last year who are going to play big roles. I think we’ll be competitive.” He could be right. It so happens that all of SD’s key veterans can play their field positions and pitch a little, too – which could lead to a revolving door on the mound again, according to game situations. The only senior veteran back is outfielder James Dreyer, solid with the glove but a work in progress at the plate (.143 last year). Seasoned underclassmen will form the nucleus of the 2014 Knights, led by thirdyear junior starter K.J. Probst (.311, six doubles, 10 RBI), centerfielder and right-handed pitcher, and classmate Ian Rutzell, a shortstop/ second baseman/ pitcher who batted

H.S. baseball

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■■2013 RESULTS: 14-13 (3-7 Eastern Ind. Athletic Conference, 4th place). Lost to Rushville 7-4 Class 3A sectional 1st round. ■■TOP RETURNEES: OF/P K.J. Probst, 2B/P Ian Rutzel, OF James Dreyer, P/C/ SS Wyatt Schwing, 3B/P Caleb Rudisell ■■NEWCOMERS TO WATCH: 2B Jake Williams, OF/P Cain Probst, SS/2B Dakota Gibbs, 1B/DH/P Dakota Ranshaw, 3B/P Brady Ryle, C/OF Jake England, P Hunter Brindley, 1B Sam Smith ■■SEASON OPENER: April 2 vs Batesville at Harrison (Ohio) (Cincinnati Reds Futures Showcase), 4:30 p.m. .242 and posted a 2-2 record and 2.48 earned run average. Sophomore Wyatt Schwing did a little bit of everything for South Dearborn last spring, playing shortstop and ending up as the Knights’ de facto No. 1 pitcher, batting .254 and logging a 5-3 mark, 3.50 ERA in a team-high 392/3 innings. This year, the versatile Schwing also may try and fill a glaring need -–at catcher. Caleb Rudisell, another SD soph, played a mean third base while batting .206 with 11 RBI as a freshman a year ago. He also pitched righty, marking a 1-0 record with a 4.76 ERA in 29-2/3 frames of mound work. Junior Cain Probst, another right-handed hurler/ outfielder, got some limited varsity action in last year, and will be needed to expand on that role.



Q: The University of Louisville and

Kentucky men’s basketball teams met in the NCAA Tournament round of 16 last weekend in Indianapolis. Which team, Cardinals or Wildcats, leads the all-time series and which leads the all-time tournament series?

A: Heading into Friday night’s matchup, UK led the all-time series vs. U of L 31-15, as well as the modern series, 22-12. In five previous NCAA Tourney games, Kentucky led 3-2 prior to Friday. UK’s 69-61 Final Four win in 2012, en route to winning the title marked the deepest tournament meeting between the rivals.

Today in

1991– At the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis, Duke University wins its first NCAA men’s basketball Tournament championship, 72-65 over Kansas. Coached by Mike Krzyzewski, and making their fourth consecutive Final Four appearance, the Blue Devils avenged their 1990 title game loss to undefeated UNLV with a 79-77 win in the national semifinals two days earlier. That game is still considered one of the biggest upsets in NCAA Tourney history. Duke center Christian Laettner is named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player, while teammate Greg Koubek, a 6’6” forward, becomes the first player to play in four Final Fours. Laettner and guard Brian Davis join Koubek in 1992, when Duke defeats Michigan 71-51 in Minneapolis for its second national title.


Cincinnati Royals guard Norm Van Lier, born 1947. Michigan football coach Bo Schembechler, born 1929.




“The EIAC is becoming so strong, North have been and will be the INVITATION TOget BIDout of our secwith South Dearborn loading up to teams to beat to LEGAL NOTICE is hereby given that sealed bids will make another big run at a state title,” astional.” be received follows: he noted. “Greensburg keeps As for himself, EC’sSCHOOL new head BY:getting LAWRENCEBURG COMMUNITY CORPORATION stronger every year and has great coach understands the tradition FOR: LAWRENCEBURG HIGH SCHOOL young talent. Lawrenceburg was GYMNASIUM just with which he’s been ADDITIONS AND entrusted. a few outs away from really blowing “Becoming the head coach at RENOVATIONS will be opened and publicly at: up the conference last year.Bids Franklin East Central wasread an aloud unexpected Lawrenceburg High School Cafeteria County has a new coach making big event,” Wullenweber said. “The 100 Tiger Boulevard changes. And Batesville is always a program has such great tradition Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 At the following and time: (LOCAL TIME). to be tough game andday success. I was honored Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014@ 4:00 PM “With the addition of Rushville considered for the spot. Bids must be hand delivered to the following beand Connersville, I don'ttween believe “It’s toughthe to day follow great coach2:00pm and 4:00pm of bid opening. Community School Corporation anyone will run away with Lawrenceburg any- es like Coach Zins, Coach (John) Administration Office thing in the conference this season. Roth and Coach (Ron) Tackett. 300 Tiger Boulevard It seems like the EIAC has become With the program being so solid, it Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 receivedkind afterof 4:00 PM will unopened the AFC North. EveryoneBids is going grabs youbeand you areand just to beat up on each other rejected. this year. along for the ride. Bids will be received for contracts as follows: All this is very good for the confer“With04.00 40 Masonry players& Limestone and three CONTRACT NO.3: CONTRACT NO.4:to05.00 Structural Misc. Steel ence. We open with a conference teams oversee, I feel &like a hood NO.5: 07.00 Roofing game right off the bat, withCONTRACT Rush- ornament on aMembrane freight train someCONTRACT NO.8: 09.60 Flooring / Tiling ville, and it will be a toughCONTRACT test to times. But we,Plumbing/ as a coaching staff, NO.10: 15.00 see where we are.” are veryHVAC/Temp. excited andControls are having a CONTRACT NO.11: 15.30 Firethis Protection Wullenweber added: “Our 4A great time with group. We as Bids shall be in full accordance with the Construcsectional will be tough astion always. a team willare do now the best wewith can the to Documents which on file Bloomington South and Columbus compete this season.” Owner or with the Architect and may be examined

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2 inshagen add depth to the staff, with H.S. Baseball Reinshagen capable in the outfield, ■■South Dearborn vs. Batesville at Harrias well. son (Ohio) (Varsity & Reserve) 4:30 p.m. Other former reserves who ■■Lawrenceburg at Harrison (Ohio) could have impact for East Central (Varsity & Reserve), 5 & 7 p.m. softball this spring include middle H.S. Softball infielder Michelle Grimes, who’ll ■■Rushville at East Central (St. Leon) give the Trojans the luxury of mov(Varsity & Reserve), 5 p.m. THURSDAY, APRIL 3 ing Turner to centerfield at times, H.S. Baseball and hot-hitting first baseman Ol■■East Central at Harrison (Ohio) (Varivia Quick. sity, Reserve, Freshman), 5 p.m. First-year senior Jack Eckstein, H.S. Girls Tennis already a vocal team leader, will ■■Lawrenceburg at Connersville (Varsiget her chance in the outfield, too. ty & Reserve), 5 p.m. Lady Trojans definitely have H.S. Softball some intriguing talent, both proven ■■Harrison (Ohio) at East Central (St. and yet to perform at the varLeon) (Varsity & Reserve), 4:30 p.m. sity level. But Wullenweber has ■■East Central at Mason (Ohio) Tournacoached long enough to know that ment 1st Round (Freshman), 5 p.m.  conference play, and the 4A secFRIDAY, APRIL 4 tional field at season’s end, will be H.S. Baseball ■■East Central at Madison Cub Classic uphill battles. 1st Round (Varsity), 5:30 p.m. ■■Lawrenceburg at Switzerland County (Vevay) (Varsity & Reserve), 5 & 7 p.m. H.S. Track & Field From Page 6 ■■South Dearborn at Union (Ky.) Ryle Invitational (Boys & Girls Varsity), 5 p.m. mate Michael Turner will battle for H.S. Girls Tennis playing time at both corner infield ■■Simon Kenton (Ky.) at East Central posts. Both should log innings on (St. Leon) (Varsity & Reserve), 5 p.m. the mound, as well. H.S. Softball Junior Sam Fette, the Tigers' re■■East Central at Mason (Ohio) Tournament 2nd Round (Freshman), 10 a.m.  cord-setting football quarterback, SATURDAY, APRIL 5 returns to baseball after a year's H.S. Baseball layoff. He could be a factor, on ■■East Central at Madison Cub Classic the mound and in the outfield. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID 2nd Round (Varsity), 10 a.m. Classmate Brady Gordon will get Lawrenceburg Conservancy District ■■South Dearborn at Floyd Central work in the middle infield and Flood Gates Grading Project (Floyd's Knobs) (Varsity), 12 p.m. The Lawrenceburg Conservancy sophomore District, the ■■SouthOwner, Dearborn at New sealed Albanybids (Var-for this Grading andAdam Lang could fit will receive anywhere in the infield. sity), 3 p.m. Drain Control Project until 04/17/2014 at 1 PM local Pitching time. No bids will received after such time, Bids will remains the Tigers' H.S. Softball be opened read(St. aloud at overwhelming that time and question mark for ■■Columbus Northpublicly at East and Central place. 2014. Young arms are developing, Leon) (Varsity & Reserve – 2), 11 a.m. The Project will be financed with local funds prohaving shown promise last sumLawrenceburg Rushville (Varsity – vided byatthe Owner and the Contract Document reflects requirements by the Owner, Bidding docu 2), 11 a.m. mer. But they'll be tested early.

LegaL Notice NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Notice is hereby given the taxpayers of the City of Lawrenceburg, Dearborn County, Indiana that the proper legal officers will consider the following additional appropriations in excess of the budget for the current year at their regular meeting place at 230 Walnut Street, City Council Chambers at 6:45 oʼclock P.M. on the 21st day of April, 2014. Fund Name: Riverboat Major Budget Classification: Amount 10000 Personal Services 0.00 20000 Supplies 0.00 30000 Other 0.00 40000 Capital Outlays $ 22,000.00 50000 Other Capital Outlays 0.00 $ 22,000.00 Total for Riverboat Fund TOTAL ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS


$ 22,000.00

Taxpayers appearing at the meeting shall have a right to be heard. The Additional Appropriations as finally made will be referred to the Department of Local Government Finance ("DLGF"). The DLGF will make a written determination as to the sufficiency of funds to support the appropriations made within fifteen (15) days of receipt of a Certified Copy of the action taken. Dated: March 25, 2014 Jackie Stutz, Clerk-Treasurer City of Lawrenceburg C-4-1-JP-1t 46241 C-4-3-R-1t hspaxlp NOTICE TO BIDDERS INVITATION TO BID /QUOTE The City of Lawrenceburg Elizabeth Drive & Bielby Road Storm Water Improvement Notice is hereby given that the City of Lawrenceburg, Indiana will receive sealed bids for the Elizabeth Drive & Bielby Road Storm Water Improvement at the Lawrenceburg Clerk-Treasurer's Office, 212 Walnut Street, until 4:00 PM (local time) on Monday, April 21, 2014. The bids will be opened and read aloud and awarded at approximately 6:00 PM (local time) on Monday, April 21, 2014 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 required soil erosion control, removal and disposal of the existing vegetation, Excavate and grade area installation of fabric and rip-rap, restoration and traffic control per the plans and specifications prepared by Michael S. Hall Land Surveying. The City will provide the Geotechnical Testing required. Bids shall include the completed Lawrenceburg Bid/Quote Form, the Standard Questionnaire Form No. 96, including the non-collusion affidavit with the company's complete financial statement, and a detailed project schedule. Each bid shall also include the completed Conflict of Interest / 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 the 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 available at the office of the Lawrenceburg Clerk-Treasurer at 212 Walnut Street, Lawrenceburg, IN during normal working hours. There is a mandatory Pre Bid Meeting that will be held at 1:00 PM (local time) on Monday, April 14, 2014 at the Lawrenceburg Administration Building, 230 Walnut Street. Bidders shall be pre-qualified with the City at least 72 hours prior to submitting bids. 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 I A.D.A. Compliant Employer. Jackie Stutz, Clerk-Treasurer City of Lawrenceburg Joe Votaw, Attorney City of Lawrenceburg C-4-1-JP-2t 46242 C-4-3-R-2t hspaxlp ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID Lawrenceburg Conservancy District Flood Gates Grading Project The Lawrenceburg Conservancy District, the Owner, will receive sealed bids for this Grading and Drain Control Project until 04/17/2014 at 1 PM local time. No bids will received after such time, Bids will be opened publicly and read aloud at that time and place. The Project will be financed with local funds provided by the Owner and the Contract Document reflects requirements by the Owner, Bidding docu ments may be examined and obtained at the following location.


ments may be examined and obtained at the following location. Lawrenceburg Conservancy District 225 East Eads Parkway Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025 A prebid meeting will be held on 04/11/2014 at 10 AM local time at the Lawrenceburg Conservancy District, 225 East Eads Parkway, Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025. This prebid meeting is mandatory. You must be in attendance to bid. Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Contacts: LCD Office 812-539-3136 Paul Seymour 812-584-8820 C-4-1-JP-2t 46240 C-4-3-R-1t hspaxlp NOTICE TO BIDDERS The City of Lawrenceburg Ratliff Landing Camping Area Improvement Notice is hereby given that the City of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, will receive sealed bids for the Ratliff Landing Camping Area Improvement at the Law renceburg Clerk-Treasurer's Office, 212 Walnut Street, until 4:00 PM (local time) on Monday, April 21, 2014. The bids will be opened and read aloud and awarded at approximately 6:00 PM (local time) on Monday, April 21, 2014 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 construction of a thirty site primitive camping area at Ratliff Landing, located at the south end of S. Tanners Creek Drive. The scope of this project includes site grading and preparation, constructing an asphalt driveway, asphalt camping sites, a camp fire ring and any and all restoration per the plans and specifications prepared by Michael S. Hall Land Surveying. The City will provide the Geotechnical Testing required. Bids shall include the completed Lawrenceburg Bid/Quote Form, the Standard Questionnaire Form No. 96, including the non-collusion affidavit with the company's complete financial statement, and a detailed project schedule. Each bid shall also include the completed Conflict of Interest / 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 offive (5) percent of the 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 available at the office of the Lawrenceburg Clerk-Treasurer at 212 Walnut Street, Lawrenceburg, IN during normal working hours. There is a mandatory Pre Bid Meeting that will be held at 1 :00 PM (local time) on Monday, April 7, 2014 at the Lawrenceburg Administration Building, 230 Walnut Street. Bidders shall be pre-qualified with the City at least 72 hours prior to submitting bids. 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 Joe Votaw, Attorney City of Lawrenceburg C-3-25-JP-2t 46150 C-3-27-R-2t hspaxlp ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID Lawrenceburg Conservancy District Location and Accessibility of Relief Wells The Lawrenceburg Conservancy District, the Owner, will receive sealed bids for Relief Well location and accessibility for testing until 04/17/2014 at 1:00 P.M. local time. No bids will be received after such time. Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at that time and place. The project will be financed with local funds provided by the Owner and the Contract Documents reflect requirements by the Owner. Bidding Documents may be examined and ob tained at the following location. Lawrenceburg Conservancy District 225 East Eads Parkway Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025 A prebid meeting will be held on 04/11/2014 at 10 AM local time at the Lawrenceburg Conservancy District, 225 East Eads Parkway, Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025. This prebid meeting is mandatory. You must be in attendance to bid. The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Contacts: LCD Office 812-539-3136 Paul Seymour 812-584-8820 C-4-1-JP-2t 46226 C-4-3-R-1t hspaxlp

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NOTICE TO BIDDERS "Request for Proposals" The City of Lawrenceburg Website Design Services Notice is hereby given that the City of Lawrenceburg will receive sealed proposals for the City of Lawrenceburg, Website Design Services at the Lawrenceburg Clerk-Treasurer's Office, 212 Walnut Street, unti14:00 PM (local time) on Monday, April 21, 2014. The proposals will be opened, read aloud at ap proximately 6:00 PM (local time) at the regularly scheduled Board of Works meeting on April 21, 2014 at the Lawrenceburg Administration Building, 230 Walnut Street. This project is being bid as a Lump Sum Project with a maintenance fee schedule attached. The scope of work shall include but not limited to the design, and implementation of a new City of Lawrenceburg website per the requirements and specifications included in the RFP Package. Said Package can be picked up at the Lawrenceburg Clerk-Treasurer's Office, 212 Walnut Street, until 10:00 AM (local time) on Friday, April 11, 2014. Proposals shall include all items listed in the Proposal Instructions Sheet included in the RFP Package including the Conflict of Interest I Nepotism affidavit and the E- Verify forms provided. Both items are required by the State of Indiana for all Public Works Projects, effective July 1, 2012. 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 available at the office of the Lawrenceburg Clerk-Treasurer at 212 Walnut Street, Lawrenceburg, IN during normal working hours. There is a mandatory Pre-bid Meeting that will be held at 10:00 AM (local time) on Friday, April 11, 2014 at the Lawrenceburg Administration Building, 230 Walnut Street. Any questions shall be directed to Kelly Will at (812) 532-3557. The City will stop taking questions @ 12:00 pm on April 17, 2014. Jackie Stutz, Clerk-Treasurer City of Lawrenceburg Joe Votaw, Attorney City of Lawrenceburg C-4-1-JP-2t 46244 C-4-3-R-2t hspaxlp INVITATION TO BID LEGAL NOTICE is hereby given that sealed bids will be received as follows: BY: LAWRENCEBURG COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION FOR: LAWRENCEBURG HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM ADDITIONS AND RENOVATIONS Bids will be opened and publicly read aloud at: Lawrenceburg High School Cafeteria 100 Tiger Boulevard Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 At the following day and time: (LOCAL TIME). Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014@ 4:00 PM Bids must be hand delivered to the following between 2:00pm and 4:00pm the day of bid opening. Lawrenceburg Community School Corporation Administration Office 300 Tiger Boulevard Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 Bids received after 4:00 PM will be unopened and rejected. Bids will be received for contracts as follows: CONTRACT NO.3: 04.00 Masonry & Limestone CONTRACT NO.4: 05.00 Structural & Misc. Steel CONTRACT NO.5: 07.00 Membrane Roofing CONTRACT NO.8: 09.60 Flooring / Tiling CONTRACT NO.10: 15.00 Plumbing/ HVAC/Temp. Controls CONTRACT NO.11: 15.30 Fire Protection Bids shall be in full accordance with the Construction Documents which are now on file with the Owner or with the Architect and may be examined by prospective Bidders at the following locations: THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS FOR THE REBID OF THE SPECIFIED CONTRACT PACKAGES OF THE PROJECT SHALL INCLUDE THE ORIGINAL BID DOCUMENTS (DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS) DATED FEBRUARY 17, 2014 AND THE ORIGINAL PROJECT ADDENDA NO.ʼs 1 THRU 5 DATED FEBRUARY 27, 2014 THRU MARCH 11, 2014, AND REBID ADDENDA TO BE ISSUED. RQAW Corporation 10401 N. Meridian, Suite 401 Indianapolis, IN 46290 Phone: 317-815-7200 Fax: 317-815-7201 McGraw-Hill Construction Dodge 4300 Beltway Place, Suite 180 Arlington, TX 76018 Phone: 817-375-2940 Fax: 614-486-0544 BX Indiana/Construction League of Indpls. 1028 Shelby St Indianapolis, IN 46203 Phone: 317-423-7080 Fax: 317-423-7094 Reed Construction Data, Inc. 30 Technology Parkway Norcross, GA 30098 Phone: 800-424-3996 Fax: 630-288-7974

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Months-long investigation ends with three arrests so far in Sunman

The Ripley County Sheriff’s Office after conducting months of surveillance, obtained enough information in reference to drug activity in the town of Sunman to secure search warrants for two separate residences there Wednesday, March 26. During the execution of the search warrants, officers located numerous items of drug paraphernalia, as well as multiple drugs, and other items used for the use and sale of illegal drugs, said Ripley County Sheriff Tom Grills. Further information was obtained from the two search warrants, which led to the execution of a third search warrant in Sunman later that night by the Sheriff’s Office and State Police. During the execution of the third warrant, officers located items consistent with the use and sale of illegal drugs inside of the home, said Grills. Three individuals were arrested during the execution of the search warrants, and are as follows:

Curtis Carpenter, 27 of Sunman, arrested for maintaining a common nuisance and possession of a controlled substance. Victoria Farrell, 20 of Sunman, arrested for maintaining a common nuisance and possession of a controlled substance. William M.E. Underwood, 23 of Sunman, arrested for dealing in a controlled substance and maintaining a common nuisance. These cases are still under investigation by the Ripley County Sheriff’s Office and the Indiana State Police. “This was a great effort again by my staff and ISP to put a dent in a serious drug problem in our community. Most people know I am retiring, but I promised to remain vigilant to the end. My office will continue to move forward after I am gone and I am proud to have accomplished so much in my years as Sheriff. I thank my staff for helping, and making that happen,” said Grills.


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Purdue educator: Winter was bad, but not bad enough to kill ash borer This winter was a brutal one, for sure, but the emerald ash borer still has plenty of life left in it. Although the Midwest experienced abnormally cold temperatures this winter, it is unlikely that populations of the highly destructive beetle were significantly affected by it, said Adam Witte, exotic forest pest educator in the Purdue University Department of Entomology. “Headlines have been circulating suggesting that EAB may have met its match,” Witte said. “But the EAB, as well as most insects in colder climates, is effective at surviving cold temperatures.” EAB larvae overwintering within ash trees die when temperatures reach minus-28 degrees Fahrenheit below the bark, Witte said. U.S. Forest Service scientists predicting areas in North America where temperatures were cold enough to kill EAB larvae conclude that only parts of Minnesota and North Dakota historically have reached temperatures that low. Witte said the EAB survives the cold partly because it produces a substance that prevents water in its cells from crystallizing and causing damage, much like antifreeze. Also, insulation provided by the tree bark helps larvae withstand cold temperatures. Although some parts of the U.S. might have fewer EAB adults emerging in the spring as a result of the cold temperatures,

Witte said they probably won’t notice. Because of the EAB’s high reproductive rate, it likely will be only a matter of time before populations rebound to previous levels. Despite the cold weather, experts are advising ash tree owners to continue with EAB management plans. One effective means of saving ash trees and reducing costs is to partner with interested neighbors to hire a company to treat trees in their neighborhood. Witte said the collaborative approach likely will reduce transportation and consultation costs for the company, which could lower costs for the property owners. In Indiana, the EAB has been detected in 69 of its 92 counties. But 79 counties have quarantines against transporting firewood across county lines, with five additional counties in southwest Indiana in the process of establishing the restriction as a result of recent detection of the beetle. Fifteen counties with no detection of it have quarantines because they are surrounded by counties that have the EAB. Eight counties in southwest Indiana are the only counties in the state where both the EAB has not yet been detected and no quarantines are in place. For more information on EAB, treatment options, and the organization Neighbors Against Bad Bugs, visithttp://extension.


The following arrests list was obtained from the county sheriff. It contains arrests made by police agencies in the county. ■Douglas ■ Arthur Staples, 31, of 2614 Montana Ave., Cincinnati, was arrested at 12:43 p.m. Tuesday, March 18, for maintaining a common nuisance and failure to respond to (Infr., Misd.) summons. ■Cecil ■ Lesean Mathews, 31, 3751 Westmont Drive, Cincinnati, was arrested at 1:08 p.m. Tuesday, March 18, for credit care fraud, theft and attempted theft. ■William ■ F. Anderson, 38, of 125 Campbell Road, Harrison, was arrested at 12:43 p.m. Tuesday, March 18, for failure to appear in court. ■Misty ■ Lynn Brooks, 26, of 318 W. 12 St., Covington, Ky., was arrested at 3 p.m. Tuesday, March 18, for failure to appear in court. ■Chris ■ Fitzwater, 36, of 3105 Park Hills Road, Cincinnati, was arrested at 9:26 a.m. Wednesday, March 19, for contempt of court. ■Jessica ■ Ann Mitchell, 30, of 11176 Stephens Road, North Bend, Ohio, was arrested at 1:07 a.m. Thursday, March 20, for disorderly conduct. ■Jakim ■ A. Green, 19, of 414 Euphenia St., Lawrenceburg, was arrested at 2:19 a.m. Thursday, March 20, for failure to appear in court. ■Karin ■ Sue Hildebrand, 43, of 619 Saint Clair St., Lawrenceburg, was arrested at 11:53 a.m. Thursday, March 20, for possession of marijuana under 30 grams, possession of a controlled substance, possession of paraphernalia and maintaining a common nuisance. ■Billy ■ Wayne Graves II, 29, of 1132 Cedar Ridge Lane, Park Hills, Ky., was arrested at 4:03 p.m. Thursday, March 20, for failure to appear in court.

■Scott ■ Allen Stuckey, 29, of 553 Tanner Ave., Greendale, was arrested at 4:26 p.m. Thursday, March 20, for possession of a controlled substance and possession of paraphernalia. ■Andrew ■ J. Bruegge, 25, of 9469 Old State Road 350, Aurora, was arrested at 7:03 p.m. Thursday, March 20, for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated with a prior. ■Robert ■ S. Lay Jr., 40, of 1232 Morgan Road, West Harrison, was arrested at 8:04 p.m. Thursday, March 20, for burglary, theft and attempted theft. ■Janice ■ S. Lay, 41, of 1232 Morgan Road, West Harrison, was arrested at 8:20 p.m. Thursday, March 20, for burglary, theft and attempted theft. ■Brannon ■ Douglas McGuire, 28, of 13186 Sunset Drive, Dillsboro, was arrested at 8:25 p.m. Thursday,

March 20, for probation violation. ■Terri ■ Lynn Deaton, 27, of 14697 Wilson Creek Road, Lawrenceburg, was arrested at 11:08 p.m. Thursday, March 20, for fraud, tehft, attempted theft, conspiracy and dealing in methamphetamine. ■■Derek J. Foist, 29, of 10017 U.S. 50, Aurora, was arrested at 12:24 a.m. Friday, March 21, for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicatedendangering a person and operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. ■Brenda ■ S. Kincade, 52, of 1247 Turfway Drive, Avon, Ind., was arrested at 8:27 a.m. Friday, March 21, for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated with a prior, operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated- chemical test refusal and resisting law enforcement.

Hankins was transported to Dearborn County Hospital, Lawrenceburg, and treated. Shortly thereafter, he was placed under arrest. Meanwhile, one of two women accompanying Hankins, Alyssa Hynes, 22, North Vernon, also was arrested, said Holmstrom. Officers located heroin, a small amount of marijuana, and paraphernalia inside the Jeep. Hynes is charges with possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia, both Class A misdemeanors, he said. Also in the car was Jamie White, 25, Madison. Aurora police were assisted by Dearborn County Sheriff's Department and Lawrenceburg Emergency Rescue.

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March 14, then came back to her house that night and threatened to kill her and her children with a gun, said the affidavit. In interviews at the Region 15 Child Advocacy Center, both children described the same situation, with one child saying Breakiron threatened to strangle their pet chinchilla Binx if he didn't stop making noise, wrote Oguz. Breakiron also made the mother give him the only cell phone in the house so no one could call police, said Daugherty. The older child told the interviewer she was really scared and looked everywhere for the phone so she could call 911, but couldn't find it, wrote Oguz. A pretrial conference is set for 8:30 a.m. Monday, May 12, said a prosecutor's spokesperson.

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Milan downstairs 2 bedroom apartment. Washer/dryer hookup. Stove, fridge furnished. Service animals only. No smoking. $450/month plus Greendale 5 rooms, 2 bed- deposit plus utilities. All returned. rooms, 1 bath, large c a l l s kitchen, W/D H/U, gas 812-374-7706 heat, AC, off-street parkNew Haven Apartments ing. $575.00/month + util + sec. dep.Call for informa- Near Harrison. 4 rooms tion about special offer. with equipped kitchen. Central heating, A/C. New 812-537-2846 tile and laminate flooring. Greendale- 217-B, Law- Very nice condition. rence St., 3BR, 1BA, W/D $575/month. hookup, b a s e m e n t , (812)623-2524. $650/mo. plus deposit, 1 yr. lease, tenant pays own Nice, Large 1 BR in Hisutilities, No pets. toric District Downtown 812-537-5790 or Lawrenceburg. First 812-584-4403 Floor, Large Private Greendale- 3 bedroom, 1 Deck & Private Entry. bath with central air. $700/Mo Includes All $725/month plus utilities. Utilities. 584-6266 513-218-7404. Greendale-2BR, wall to wall carpet. Appliances furnished. Storage unit, basement, garage. Near park and pool. $595 plus same deposit. Available immediately. 812-577-3092 leave message. No pets.

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Large 4 bedroom home near Milan Elementary School $850/mo. +$850 deposit.. Call for application 812-438-2802.

Drivers: DEDICATED. REGIONAL. HOME WEEKLY/BI-WEEKLY GUARANTEED. Start up to $.44 cpm. Great Benefits + Bonuses. 90% No Touch Freight/70% Drop & Hook. 877-704-3773 Drivers:  Local-Home Nightly! Cincinnati Flatbed. Newer 3BR/2BA, no pets, Great Pay, Benefits! $600/mo. plus $600 de- CDL-A, 1yr Exp. Req. Esposit. Between Aurora and tenson Logistics Apply Rising Sun. 812-438-3651 1-866-336-9642



Drivers: Now hiring! Regional & OTR drivers. Our freight gets you home! Top pay, Benefits and Trucks. Aurora- in shopping plaza Call:  1-888-711-4150 with Subway, 1770 sq. ft. for lease, high traffic. Drivers:Pam Transport! Company Drivers & Owner 513-532-8933. Operators Wanted! No Aurora-Retail Space for Touch Freight, 90% Drop lease. 1100 Sq. Ft. & Hook, dedicated oppor$700.00 per month plus tunities available. Call utilities. Off Street parking. (877)698-4760 Also seeking Recent Grads. Call LaCall 812-926-1677 vonna (877)440-7890 ApOffice / warehouse / retail ply Online: www.driveforspace for lease in Law - renceburg, 1500 sqft to Field Service Technician 5000 sqft. 812-537-1100. Experienced technician (mechanical, electrical, or HVAC) minimum 3-5 yearsʼ experience, or recent grad. Will train for industrial burner/combustion Office/medical space for equipment and controls lease or sale. 3200 sq.ft. field. Travel 25%. Must with 6 exam rooms/ 2 pass drug test. Email resume to info@trimblecomdoctorʼs offices/ 4 bathrooms/ 1 X-ray room/ conference room/ lo cated @ 465 Bielby Road Lawrenceburg. For addi- Flatbed Drivers- Starting tional information and Mileage Pay up to .41cpm. showings c a l l Health Ins., 401K, $59 513-265-8460 daily Per Diem pay, Home Weekends. 800-648-9915 or



North Street, DillsboroBeautiful, one bedroom, upstairs apartment. Laminated wood flooring. Newer appliances. Electric baseboard heat. Tenant pays electric. $450 de - $1,000 Weekly Pay Guarposit, $450 monthly. antee. $500 Sign On BoGreendale: Duplex 1BR, 812-532-3000. nus. Weekly home time. upstairs, $450/mo + deDedicated run for Class A posit. Call 513-266-1383 Remodeled 2 bedroom du- CDL drivers living in Indiana. Hirschbach Harrison - 1 bedroom, plex-Hillview subdivision, 888-474-0729 $430 and up. 2 bedroom Aurora. Living room, dining $535 and up. C/A, pool, room, kitchen, laundry patio, one car gabalcony/patios, park like room, rage. $625/month plus $1000 Sign On Bonus, setting. (513)202-0715. utilities and deposit. Dedicated Customer, Home Weekly, Excellent Harrison - One bedroom 513-658-4735. Pay and Benefits. Call apartment. Heat/water in888-409-6033 or apply oncluded. $420 per month, line plus deposit. Very quiet CDL A and 1 year experihome like atmosphere. ence and CDL A required. 301 S. Hill Street. No pets. Call (513)984-0035. 3 bedroom house, large CAREER OPPORTUNITY Harrison, 1-2 bedroom. rooms, big garage. Lo - SALES CONSULTANT WANTED Paragon West Apts. Pri- cated in New Trenton Ind. We are looking for a vate patio with breathtak- minutes from Harrison. ing view of the valley. Free $875/month $875 deposit dynamic person to fill a + utilities. Call full time/part time heat! $460 and up. No (513)668-3775 outside sales position. pets. (513)845-4222. To be considered, Harrison- 1 and 2 bedroom 3 BR, 1 BA Duplex. New candidates must have a apartments available, tile. SR 48, Manchester, good driving record. For $450-$600 per month. Call $695/month, No pets. consideration, e-mail for details, and move in Cell (513)593-3191. resumes to: specials. publisher@register 3 Bedrooms/1 bathroom or mail (513)515-2569. upstairs plus finished Harrison- for rent 1 bed- basement & detached 1 to: Register Publications 126 W. High Street, room apartment, first floor. car garage in Milan. All apLawrenceburg, IN 47025. All utilities paid. pliances included. EOE $500/month, $500 deposit. $795/mo. plus $895 deCall after 4:00 pm. posit minimum & utilities. DRIVER TRAINEES 513-479-5155 812-926-6025 ext. 222 NEEDED NOW at Stevens Harrison-660+ Quality 2 3BR/2BA Home in Aurora Transport! New drivers bedroom in amenity-rich on Lower Dillsboro Rd. earn $750 per week! NO community. Available Renter responsible for utili- EXPERIENCE NEEDED! CDL & Job ready in 15 w/vaulted ceilings and t i e s . $ 6 5 0 / m o . days! 1-877-649-3156. electric fireplace. With or 812-926-1979 w/out W/D hook ups. Call Driver. Tango offers up to to set up a tour, $.42cpm to start plus (513)367-4999.  home most weekends. Call for an appointment Family Medical/Dental, 401k,Paid vaction, CDL-A w/1yr OTR reqʼd. 877-826-4605.* Foreclosure Special * Ask about Deposit Special






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Aurora (L279893) Private 2br ranch on 3.7+ acres. Scrn’dIn Porch, 2 decks & 3C gar. $156,500 Debi Hornsby

Aurora (L280170) 3br, 2.5bath home on 1.5 acres. Built-in in kitchen, covered deck & stone patio. $145,000 Debi Hornsby

Milan (L280038) 3 bdrm home w/ ceramic tile, hdwd firs, cherry cabinets, master suite w/offlce, full w/o bsmt - all on 3.97+ acsl $174,900 Patrick Martini

Rising Sun (L280197) Custom 3br, 3bath ranch on 50 acres. Hardwood flrs, pond, 2nd kit in bsmt & more! $339,900 Ken Maddin

Hall Farms now hiring full time position. 812-623-2217 Heartland Engineered Products 2nd Shift Supervisor Position Available Heartland Engineered Products has an open position for 2nd shift supervisor. 4 nights, 10 hour shifts, Monday through Thursday. Supervise 10-15 personnel. Must possess leader ship skills, be a team player and have basic computer skills. Experience in wet coat paint, processes using an HVLP pot system, mixing of paints used in the process. Experience in running of machines, brake press, punch press, and all manufacturing equipment. If interested, stop in our office at 355 Industrial Drive Harrison, OH 45030 to complete an application, or send resume to Gary Mullins at gmullins@heart or call 513-452-1073 Heating and Air Conditioning Technician Training! Fast Track, Hands On, National Certification Pro gram. Lifetime Job Placement. VA Benefits Eligible! 1-877-994-9904 Hiring Drivers - Need 2 Class A or B CDL, roll-off experience preferred, but not necessary; benefits after 90 days; E-Town Recycling, 10978 US 50, Elizabethtown OH; 513-353-1200 Machinist/CNC: A well established machine shop, committed to cutting edge technology, has a position available for CNC Milling Centers & Manual Mills. Motivation & willingness to learn a must.  Excellent benefits & wages. Apply within, send resume to: Feilhauer's Machine Shop, 421 Industrial Drive, Harrison, OH  45030 or sales@feilhau

Drivers Wanted Are you looking for a supplemental or Retirement Income? Drivers needed in your area, must have 8 year driving history. Call for an interview Mortgage Protection Insur1-812-663-990 ance Leads Leads Leads Drivers Wanted. Class A Professional Sales People, CDL. Clean Driving Re - Part time/Full time. Prior cord. Experience a Plus. B u s i n e s s success Hourly Pay. Koppʼs Turkey 513-655-2000 option 1 for interview Sales 513-367-4133




BROOKVILLE: NEW LISTING Lovely log home close to the lake. 3 bed, 2 bath, part finished LL, 20x20 Trex deck w/pool, 28x44 barn, & 30x64 pole barn on 4.5 acres. $159,900 Manchester (L280058) 3br home Aurora (L280207) Private 3br, WEISBURG: NEW LISTING Former country store w/ w/2F tiled bath, master suite, cvr’d 3.5bath brick ranch on 7.9+ acs. residence. Rough condition, sold as is. $39,900 deck, 2 storage bldgs - 2.22+acs. Hdwd flrs, full w/o bsmt, pole barn $144,900 Patrick Martini HARRISON: Nice 2nd level 2 bed, 2 bath condo in the & more! $264,900 Patrick Martini Legacy Community. With home office & 1 car attached garage. Immediate occupancy. $132,500 HVL (L280082) 4br, 3bth Manchester (L280241) Berm home BRIGHT: Well maintained 4 bed, 2.5 bath 2 story home home w/Fireplace & private overlooking stocked pond w/dock, deck overlooking wooded lot. w/1st flr laundry, 2 car attached garage, & 30x40 Cvr’d shelter & bridge. 2 pole barns. $209,900 Ken Maddin 4.22 acs. $229,900 Patrick Martini detached heated workshop. $239,900 HARRISON: Nice 3 bed, 2 bath ranch home w/full Manchester (L280103) 3br, 3bath basement & retractable patio awning in Hickory Flats Sunman (L280253) 3br, 2F home -RV owners DREAM! 40x56 Subdivision. $189,900 bth home w/laminate flooring, gargage w/14x14 drs & RV septic Fenced in backyard w/deck. BRIGHT: Charming home w/hardwood flrs & 2 WBFP’s. dump. $289,000 Patrick Schwing $99,900 Patrick Martini Newer Air-Tite windows, 20x40 detached garage, on 6 acres. $199,900 W Harrison (L280255) 4br, Aurora (L280124) 3br, 2bath GUILFORD: PRICE REDUCED 51.6 acres on SR 1 with 2.5bth home on 1+acre. WBFP, remodeled home w/open spectacular views. $239,000 Cath ceiling, Country view. 5 min concept,Rec/game rm & private NEW ALSACE: 21.4 acres. Nice laying piece of land, to I-74 $269,900 Becky Hoog patio. $115,000 Debi Hornsby mostly tillable! $139,900 SUNMAN: 33 acres w/driveway, water, & electric. 407 407 Ridge Ridge Avenue Avenue ••Greendale • Greendale •• • ••812.537.4663 • 812.537.4663 $99,900 407 Ridge Avenue Greendale 812.537.4663




New Pay-For-Experience program pays up to $.41/mile. Class A Professional Drivers Call 877-968-7986 for more details or visit Now hiring part-time maintenance person for Harrison apartment complex. Ideal candidate will have experience in plumbing, drywall, electrical, painting, general repairs, and own tools. 513-205-5555. “Partners in Excellence” OTR Drivers APU Equipped Pre-Pass EZ-pass passenger policy. 2012 & Newer equipment. 100% NO touch. Butler Transport 1-800-528-7825 Rosemeyer Roofing Experienced shinglers needed. Must have valid drivers license, transportation and cell phone. Call (812)637-2062 or (513)738-4992. Shipping and Receiving Position Available Heartland Engineered Products has an open position in Shipping and Receiving Department. Experience/ Requirements: Qualified Forklift Operator, basic computer skills, shipping and receiving experience. The qualified person must be detail oriented. If interested, stop in our office at 355 Industrial Drive Harrison, OH 45030 to com plete an application, or send resume to Gary Moore at gmoore@ Southwest Local Schools: Bus Drivers needed for the 2014-2015 School year. Full time with benefits and part time afternoon positions available. Will Train. Please apply in person 230 S. Elm Street, Harrison, Ohio 45030.

Southwest Local Schools: Cafeteria positions available immediately. Part time hours 10:15 AM-1:15 PM. Will Train. Please apply in person 230 S. Elm Street, Harrison, Ohio 45030.

All colors available. are offering a full time poAlso, spray finish log sition with competitive homes, cedar siding, cawages, health insurance thedral ceilings, ect. Theand Journal • The Harrison Press • R.S. Recorder/O.C. News • The Dearborn County Register other Press benefits. If you Refs. 25 years exp. HVL, have problem solving skills Harrison/Dearborn. HVL Small squares, mixed Stone Belt Freight Lines and are ready to accept a resident. 812-539-4929 grassed $2 to $3; Timothy Needs Owner Operators challenging position, 513-379-4204, Insured. or orchard $4.50; 4x5 Now! Run 48 & Canada. please visit our office to See our ad on Angieʼs grass $20 to $30 stored inPercentage Plus 100% apply (call for an appointside; Call 513-417-1185 or Fuel Surcharge. Plate Pro- ment): 4801 State Route ADOPT Caring, nuturing List. gram & Insurance Avail- 128, Cleves, Ohio 45002 home awaits your precious Lisaʼs Cleaning Service - 812-438-3757 able. Call K e l s y or call (513)353-3233, baby. Beautiful life for your Residential, office, rentals 1-800-489-2332. (812)537-3888 o r baby, secure future. Ex- and apartments. Monthly, Synthetic Gypsum . penses paid. Legal, confi- weekly, bi-weekly, or one able locally for agriculture. EPA Approved. Increases You must be able to pass dential. Married couple, time. Fully insured. De - crop yields. Help control The Greentree Door Com- a drug test, background pendable. Free estimates. erosion. 2013 pricing expany, a wood door manu- check and have a clean 1-800-315-6957. Call (812)637-9171 or cell tended.Hauling also availfacturer, seeks person with driving record. (513)256-0698. able. Call 513-442-5606. mill shop or related wood working experience. FuncResidential Cleaning. You Wanted to buy cattle and tions include sizing, bormake the mess, weʼll do ing, hinge prep and WANTED: LIFE AGENTS: Affordable childcare in Hid- the rest. Insured/bonded. horses. Crippled or sound. Also buying wild cattle. Earn $500 a Day; Great pre-hanging and other den Valley. Starting in Specializing in commercial pay cash. shop duties. Need to be fa- Agent Benefits; Commis- April, all age groups, be- or residential, office and W i l l (859)620-5860. miliar with basic wood sions Paid Daily, Liberal fore and after school. home. Assist in moving working tools and machin- Underwriting, Leads, Please call (513)260-7366 in/out. 812-290-4490. ery. Some heavy lifting. Leads, Leads Life Insur- spots are limited. ReferAlso seeking general door ance, License Required. ences available. shop help for sanding, Call 1-888-713-6020 glazing and crating. Apply !!!-A-A-A in person at 891 Rudolph Guitar, Piano and Harp Way Greendale, IN. WERNER NEEDS YARD SALE lessons in Hidden Valley DRIVER TRAINEES DrivLake. UC-CCM trained; ers are IN DEMAND, and DEADLINE reasonable prices. Also The Waters of Rising we need YOU! No CDL? available for weddings and Sun is now hiring for Cer- No problem! 16-Day CDL BEFORE 10 A.M. ARTS MOWING Free esspecial events. tified Nurse Aids: full and training avail w/ RoadmasFRIDAYS part-time. Apply at 405 Rio ter! Opportunity Awaits timates, Hanyman serv- 812-537-5193 ices, residental and comVista Lane or call C A L L TODAY! Please Call for merical 812-926-2726 812-438-2219 for details. 1-866-205-1569 Early Holiday Dealines Leave a message





The Waters of Rising Sun is now hiring for Dietary : full and part-time cooks, part-time dietary aides. 1st and 2nd shift openings. Must be 18 to apply. Apply at 405 Rio Vista Lane or call 812-438-2219 for details.

Whitewater Processing is now accepting applications for male/female full time work. 513-367-4133 With Swift, you can grow to be an award-winning Class A CDL driver. We help you achieve Diamond Driver status with the best support there is. As a Diamond Driver, you can earn additional pay on top of all th competitive incentives we offer. The very best, choose Swift. Great Miles=Great Pay, Late-Model Equipment Available. Regional Opportunities Great Career Path Paid Vacation Excellent Benefits Please Call (8366)950-5815

Tri-State Liquid Waste is looking for an Operator Assistant. We are seeking a responsible person with problem solving skills. This position requires physical labor and heavy lifting. We are offering a full time position with competitive wages, health insurance and other benefits. If you have problem solving skills and are ready to accept a challenging position, please visit our office to apply(call for an appointment): 4801 State Route 128, Cleves, Ohio 45002 or call (513)353-3233, (812)537-3888 or . Retired, looking for lawn You must be able to pass mowing and landscape a drug test, background maintenance etc. Prefer check and have a clean small properties. (513)367-2927. driving record.


Tri-State Liquid Waste is looking for a vacuum truck operator with a CDL tanker endorsement with air brakes. We are seeking a responsible person with problem solving skills. This position requires physical labor and heavy lifting. We are offering a full time position with competitive wages, health insurance and other benefits. If you have problem solving skills and are ready to accept a challenging position, please visit our office to apply (call for an appointment): 4801 State Route 128, Cleves, Ohio 45002 or call (513)353-3233, (812)537-3888 or . You must be able to pass a drug test, background check and have a clean driving record.


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terminal is looking to hire diesel mechanics. Successful candidates should have experience in general maintenance repairs of fleet equipment, including tractors, trailers and forklifts. Must be able to trouble shoot diesel engines, air brakes systems, steering, suspension and electrical. Knowledge of DOT laws. Self motivated. CDL preferred but not required. Holiday and Vacation Pay, Company paid Health after probation, Pension benefits & Shift differential paid in some locations. Open mechanic positions can be located under

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Part time days in the Post Anesthesia Care Unit. RNs - Full Time position for a Home Care Coordinator responsible for the day to day operations of Home Health agency. RNFA or Surgical Assistant - Full time days in the O.R. Nurse Practitioner - Full time position supporting local skilled nursing facility in collaboration with Dearborn County Hospital.


Pharmacy Tech - Part time openings. Day/Evening shift including some weekends.


Barrows Lawn Care- mowing, trimming, mulching, and spring/fall cleanup. Affordable. Free esti mates. Call 812-584-5776. Lifelong resident of Lawrenceburg working way through college.

Absolutely no trespassing of any kind for any reason. No exceptions. Not re sponsible for accidents, injuries or personal property. Violators will be prose cuted at their own ex pense. Property located at 8692 Willey Rd., Harrison, OH. Molly Jansen, Cathy Maher, Mary Ison.

Bowman Tree Service. Trimming, topping, tree removal, lot clearing, storm damage, fully insured and free estimates. Call Absolutely no trespassing, (812)537-4677. hunting, fishing, swim D & J Handyman, very in- ming, trapping, horseback expensive. No job to big or riding, woodcutting, motorsmall. E x p e r i e n c e d , ized bikes, quad runners, HVAC, plumbing, carpen- or 4-wheelers allowed for yard w o r k . any reason. Not responsitry, ble for accidents or injury (513)379-0684 . to anyone, Violators will be Monroe Excavating, prosecuted at their own Hauling, LLC Limestone, expense to the full extent Topsoil, Fill Dirt, Mulch, of the law on the property Sand, Gravel, Driveways of G.E. Stacy, 27357 Demolition, Digging, Stacy Lane, 1905 Pinhook Basements, D u m p Rd., West Harrison, Ind., Truck, Bobcat, Track 47060. Hoe Work Call (812)926-1995 o r Wanted Standing Timber. Highest Prices Paid. Li (513)310-0835 censed, bonded, and inGreendale Self - Storage sured. Free estimates. Indoor storage available Christman Logging, Madi24 hour access. Call son IN. Buyer Keith Christ(812)537-3131 o r man 812-599-0134 (812)637-1787.


Harrison Treeworx Lawn and Landscape. Senior and local discounts. Grass cutting, landscaping, mulching, tree re moval, trimming. Dis counts on tree, land scape service for lawn customers. Chris OʼHarra, (513)490-8102. Custom seed starting. Greenhouse space availHers & His Services able. Will start your vegeGrass Cutting, Trash Removel, Free Estimates, table seeds to garden Early and late seaPartners in Life and in sets. son. Call Skip Business. Bonnie & (513)367-2266. Steve Telinda Aurora IN.


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Jim Jones Painting Int/Ext. Pressure washing. Got faded, ugly aluminum siding metal buildings? Our spray finish will make your home look like new again with our bright satin finish. All colors available. Also, spray finish log homes, cedar siding, cathedral ceilings, ect. Refs. 25 years exp. HVL, Harrison/Dearborn. HVL resident. 812-539-4929 513-379-4204, Insured. See our ad on Angieʼs List.

Freezer beef home born and raised, hormone & antibiotic free, low fat choice, qualified for certified Angus program. Spring/early summer delivery. 812-654-3337 Hay for Sale-Timothy, square & round bales. Clean, barn kept, never wet. Also 4x5 Brome & orchard grass. Randy 812-926-3623 or Bob 812-537-3327 leave message.

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$15 four papers 25 words or less Call Harrison Press (513)367-4582 or Lawrenceburg (812)537-0063. Hillforest Early Bird Rummage Sale, Saturday, April 12th, 7A-2P, Aurora Park Pavilion. Furniture, household items, lots of chil drenʼs clothing, books, etc. Donations accepted Friday, April 11th from 9A-Noon at the pavilion for information or pickup of large items, call 926-0087. LPSCES PTO Clothing, Toy, Equipment Sale, size 0-16. Sat. 4/5, 8-Noon Lawrenceburg Primary School Gym.


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P.A.W.S. Rummage Sale Apr 11-13 Agner Hall, Lawrenceburg Fair grounds. Accepting donated items now or dropoff Apr 8-9, 10am-7pm Agner Hall.  Info 513-910-2728.





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Bad teeth? Extractions and Dentures using oral sedations. Free Consultations. Dr. McCall info and Absolutely no dogs, huntbefore/after photos at ing, trapping, fishing, swimming, trash dumping m 317-596-9700 of any kind, wire fence cutDirectTV- 2 Year Savings ting/breaking, horse riding, Event! Over 140 channels woodcutting, motorized veonly $29.99 a month. Only hicles, firearms, or tres DirectTV gives you 2 passing for any reason, YEARS of savings and a unless written permission. FREE Genie upgrade! Call Violators will be prose cuted. Not responsible for 1-800-246-2073 accidents or injuries on the property. Dennis and Gail Connelly, 6651 Stimson Road, Aurora, IN 47001 12-14

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Physician Assistant - Full time opening in our Orthopedic office. Physician Assistant license and national certification required. Orthopedic experience preferred. LPN - Full time Day shift position in new physician practice in Lawrenceburg. Plastic surgeon physician office experience preferred. Medical Assistant - Part time opening in Opthalmology physician practice in Lawrenceburg. Certified Medical Assistant preferred, suitable medical office experience required.




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Absolutely no hunting, fishing or trespassing for any reason w/o written permission on the properties owned or leased by us. No excuses. Violators will be arrested and prosecuted. Harry and John Hud dleston, 8731 SR 56N, Aurora, IN or 5311 Yorkridge Road, Guil ford, IN 10/23/14 Absolutely no hunting, fishing, or trespassing. Not responsible for accidents on the property of: Richard Noggler, 7334 St. Rd. 48, 6521 St Rd. 48 Aurora, IN 47001 1-1-15

Absolutely no hunting, trapping, woodcutting, motorized bikes, or trespassing for any reason or purpose. These activities are strictly forbidden and will not be tolerated. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. Also not responsible for accidents on the property of: Rodney & Arlene Miller 8824 North Hogan Rd., Aurora, IN 47001 08-12-14 Absolutely no hunting, trapping, fishing, swim ming, trash dumping, woodcutting, motorized vehicles, firearms, or tres passing for any reason. Violators will be prose cuted. Beware of dog. Not responsible for accidents or injuries on the property of: Perry & Tracy Boone, 18002 Lost Creek Lane, Lawrenceburg, IN 4-3-14 Absolutely no hunting, trapping, fishing, swim ming, trash dumping, woodcutting, motorized vehicles, firearms, or tres passing for any reason. Violators will be prose cuted. Not responsible for accidents or injuries on the property of: John Stegemiller, 24569 Hiltz Rd., Guilford, IN 47022. 9-11-14 ABSOLUTELY no hunting/trapping, no fishing, no riding motorized vehicles or animals, and NO trespassing of any kind for any reason on the properties owned by: Nolte Farms, LLC – Nolte & Bells Branch Rds, Caesar Creek Twp, Dearborn County, Dillsboro, IN and Floyd P & Teresa Martini – North Hogan & Holt Rds, Manchester Twp, Dearborn County, Milan, IN. NO exceptions! Not responsible for any accidents or injuries of any kind. Violators will be prosecuted at their own expense. 11/13/14

Absolutely no swimming, fishing, hunting or tres passing permitted, not responsible for any injuries or accidents on any property or lakes belonging to: Ralph Eugene Clark, Jr. and Mary Clark, 1505 Water Street, Hardin town, Lawrenceburg, IN Anyone caught in the auto salvage yard or above property will be prose cuted. 09-2-14

cles, firearms, trash dump- Absolutely no trespassing ing, open fires, wood cut- for any reason. No fishing, ting, horseback riding, 4 hunting, trapping, dumpwoodcutting, News or swimbikes.Press Violators The Journal Press •wheelers, The Harrison •, Recorder/O.C. • The Dearborn County Register will be prosecuted at their ming. No motorized vehiAbsolutely no trespassing own expense. Not respon- cles of any kind or 3 ABSOLUTELY NO TRES- Absolutely no trespassing, for any reason. Violators sible for any injuries, acci- wheelers. Violators will be PASSING OF ANY KIND, hunting, quads, dirt bikes, will be prosecuted. Not re- dents, fatalities. No tres- prosecuted at their own FOR ANY REASON or wood cutting. Not re sponsible for any acci - passing, soliciting, or visi- expense. Not responsible OWNER NOT RESPONSI- sponsible for any injuries any accidents or inju- BLE FOR ANY ACCI - or accidents. Property condents of injuries on the tation from strangers, fam- for ily, or friends without writ- ries on the property be - DENTS, INJURIES, OR sists of 10 acres. Richard property of: longing to: Patricia FATALITIES. VIOLATORS and Melanie Wiedeman, ten consent from Ron and Tom & Kathy Klump Tower Rd., Lawrence - Debbie Seaver, 23718 Stewart, 13409 Wynnʼs WILL BE PROSECUTED 18554 Collier Ridge, James Lake Road, Guil- Way, Moores Hill, IN AT THEIR EXPENSE. Guilford, IN 47022 burg 47032. 10-9-14 Trojan Rd., Extending to ford, IN 47022 SHELIA BLOCK 05-22-14 04-24-14 Absolutely no trespassing 9163 OLD S.R. 350 Beneker Rd., St. Leon Kildeer Ln., Guilford ABSOLUTELY NO TRES- for any reason; no fishing, AURORA, IN 47001 Absolutely no trespassing, Mosmeier Rd., Sunman PASSING FOR ANY REA- hunting, trapping, swim- 9-25-14 hunting, fishing, swim 4-8-14 SON. VIOLATORS WILL ming or open fires. No moming, trapping, horseback bikes, 4-wheelers torized BE PROSECUTED AT Absolutely no trespassing or other motorized vehi- Absolutely no trespassing, riding, woodcutting, motorTHEIR OWN EXPENSE. for any reason: no fishing, bikes, quad runners cles. Violators will be hunting, fishing, swim - ized or 4-wheelers allowed for hunting, trapping, or swim- 19150 COLLIER RIDGE prosecuted at their own ming, trapping, horseback any reason. Not responsiGUILFORD, IN 47022. ming; no motorized bikes, expense. We are not re- riding, woodcutting, motor- ble for accidents or injury 4-wheelers or other motor- 09/11/14 ized vehicles. Violators will Absolutely no trespassing sponsible for any acci - ized bikes, quadrunners or to anyone. Violators will be dents or injuries on the 4-wheelers allowed on my be prosecuted at their own for any reason, not responat their own property. Ryan Stroud property for any reason. prosecuted expense to the full extent expense; also we are not sible for accidents or injuHeartland, Homestead Not responsible for acci- of the law on the property responsible for any acci- ries. Violators will proseLand Trust 3/26/15 dents or injury to anyone. of: Darrell & Susan Sexdents on the property of: cuted at their own ex Bieliauskas Family, 1230 penses.: The Beverly J. Absolutely no trespassing Violators will b e prose - ton, 17537 Hillcrest Dr., Justis Rd., Lawrence - Neihardt Trust, 14950 for any reason including cuted at their own expense L a w r e n c e b u r g , IN burg, IN 47025 4-10-14 Old State Road 350, motorized vehicles - hunt- to the full extent of the law 470205. 3-12-15 ing of any kind (bow or on the property of: The Absolutely no trespassing Moores Hill, IN 8-28-14 Gary Steinmetz Farm, for any reason. Not re - Absolutely no trespassing gun - nor trapping) or sled- 9783 Wesseler Road, Absolutely no trespassing, sponsible for any injuries for any reason. Violators ding. Not responsible for Sunman, IN 05-14 hunting, fishing, swim or accidents. Town of will be prosecuted. Not re- accidents, injuries or perming, woodcutting, quad sonal property. Violators Moores Hill Properties, sponsible for any acci or cycle riding. Not responwill be prosecuted at their Moores Hill, IN 47032 dents or injuries on the expenses to the fullest ex- Absolutely no trespassing, sible for accidents or inju4-10-14 properties of Hidden Val- tent of the law on the prop- hunting, trapping, trash ries on the property of: Absolutely no trespassing ley Lake, Inc, Hidden Val- erty of Irvin J. Hartman & dumping, tree cutting, tree Jim & Larry Gabbard, for any reason. Will not be ley Golf Club, Rupel De- Frances M. Hartman, 221 damaging in any way, tree Lattire Farm, Gregory responsible for any acci- velopment Corp., Coun- Locust St., Greendale, IN stands, firearms, bows, Bier (The Land) Union knives, or loitering. Not re- Ridge Road, Aurora, IN dents or fatalities. Viola- try Acreage, Inc., Jacob 47025 1-15-15 sponsible for accidents, 47001 5-22-14 tors will be fined and Properties, bor Absolutely No Trespassing personal injuries, property prosecuted on the property dered by Georgetown of: Mark & Bonnie Pen- Road, Fairway Drive, Al- of any kind, for any reason damage, or fatalities. Vio- Absolutely no trespassing, at any time. No Excep lators will be prosecuted to hunting, fishing, boating, nington, 12947 N. Hogan pine Drive and Oberting Rd., Aurora, In 47001 Road, Miller Township tions! Owner not responsi- the fullest extent of the law swimming, trapping, moand City of Greendale. for any accidents, injuble at their expense of the torized bikes, 4 wheelers, 4-17-14 ries or fatalities. Violators properties of Gerald Absolutely no trespassing 03-19-15 will be prosecuted at their Conn, Cove Circle East RVʼs, woodcutting, horseback riding, firearms. Viofor any reason; no fishing, own expense. Tresa Man- lots 2534 and 2535, Hidlators will be prosecuted at no hunting, trapping, swim- Absolutely no trespassing ford 11510 North Hogan den Valley L a k e . their own expense. Not reming, no motorized vehi- for any reason. Violators Road Aurora, IN 47001 08-14-14 sponsible for accidents or cles, firearms, trash dump- will be prosecuted. Not re5-7-15 injuries on the property of: ing, open fires, wood cut- sponsible for any acci Robert & Carolyn K. Holting, horseback riding, 4 dents or injuries on the Absolutely no trespassing James, of any kind allowed on all Absolutely no trespassing, tegel, 12466 Rullman Dr. wheelers, bikes. Violators properties of will be prosecuted at their Wilma, Samuel Goff and properties belonging to hunting, firearms, wood- Dillsboro, IN 47018 03-15 own expense. Not respon- Carolyn Goff/Brown, Ola & Julie Miller. No ex- cutting, trapping. No mosible for any injuries, acci- 13337 Goff Lane, Moores ceptions. Not responsible torized vehicles of any for injuries, accidents or fakind. Violators will be dents, fatalities. No tres- Hill,In talities. No vehicles of any prosecuted at their own Absolutely no trespassing, passing, soliciting, or visi- 09-25-14 expense. Also not respon- no hunting, no woodcutkind, horseback riding, etc, 12 Colors • Custom Trim Available • Delivery tation from Available strangers, fam- Absolutely no trespassing unless written permission sible for any injuries, acci- ting, no walking, no sightily, or friends without writfor any reason. No fishing, seeing, no motorized vehiNext Day Service • Buy Factory Direct & Save ten consent from Ron and hunting, trapping, dump- is given. Ola & Julie dents or fatalities on the cles. Violators will be ScratchSeaver, & Dent23718 ing, woodcutting, or swim- Miller, 11302 N. Hogan property of: James Chris- prosecuted at their ex $1.89 Lin Ft #1 • $1.49 Lin Ft #2 • $.99 Lin FtDebbie James Lake Road, Guil- ming. No motorized vehi- Rd., Aurora, IN 47001 man, Yorkridge Road, penses. Not responsible MADISON METALS 812-273-5214 • Guilford, IN 5-29-14 ford, IN 47022 cles of any kind or 3 3-19-15 for accidents or injury on 04-24-14 wheelers. Violators will be the property of: prosecuted at their own Patrick Holland expense. Not responsible 14130 Brown Rd. for any accidents or injuMoores Hill, IN 8-28-14 ries on the property be longing to: Patricia Stewart, 13409 Wynnʼs Way, Moores Hill, IN 47032. 10-9-14

for any reason. Violators will be prosecuted at there own expense. No vehicles April 1 - April 3, 2014 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 Absolutely no trespassing DR. Lawrenceburg, IN. - of any kind - for any rea- 47025 01-15-15 son. It is illegal to tres pass. No hunting, trapping, trash dumping, wood cutting, swimming, discharg- Absolutely No Trespassing ing firearms or explosives for any reason. Violators of any kind, riding animals will be prosecuted. Not reor bicycles, or any motor- sponsible for any acci ized vehicles including dents or injuries on the The ATVʼs, quad runners, mo- properties of: torcycles, motor bikes, etc. Bowlins, Bordering on Not responsible for prop- Lipscomb Dr., Mud Lick erty damage, accidents. Creek and Rainbow Injuries or fatalities. Viola- Road, Manchester Towntors will be prosecuted to ship and 7327 Kaiser the full extent of the law. Drive, 2-5-15 This is a 44 acre tract bounded on the south by Absolutely No trespassing Lutz Road and on the for any reason. Not re north by Harley Springs sponsible for any acci Subdivision. Welbourne dents or injuries on the G. Williams, 4738 Lutz properties of Robert & Rd., Guilford, Indiana. Deborah Lischkge, 9794 4-22-14 Alans Branch, Moores Hill, IN 47032 2-19-15 Absolutely No Trespassing for any reason. Violators ABSOLUTELY NO TRESwill be prosecuted at there PASSING FOR ANY REAown expense. No vehicles SON. VIOLATORS WILL including ATVʼs, Motorcy- BE PROSECUTED AT cles etc. Not responsible THEIR OWN EXPENSE. for any accidents or inju- 7152 KAISER DR. LAWriespost on theframe property of RENCEBURG, IN 47025 P.A.W.S. Humane Cen- 09/11/14 buildings ter, 200 Charles A. Liddle Winter DR. Lawrenceburg, IN. 47025speCial 01-15-15 Absolutely No Trespassing 20x24 • $3,995 w/ 2 doors for any reason, no fishing, 24x40 • $5,495 w/ 2 doors hunting, trapping, dump40x60 • $11,900 w/ 2 doors ing, wood cutting, or swimming, no motorized bikes, Built on your lot! 4-wheelers or other motor50 Years Experience ized vehicles. Violators will Large selection of be prosecuted at their own colors & sizes expense, not responsible Material packages for any accidents on the available property of: Gale Banta, 4304 State Road 48, Lawgosman inC. 812-265-5290 renceburg, IN 47025 4-3-14

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Not responsible for accidents, injuries, or fatalities of any persons or personal Classifieds-4 The Journal Press • The Harrison Press • R.S. Recorder/O.C. News • The Dearborn County Register property. Violators will be prosecuted at their own No hunting, fishing, or tres- No trespassing for any No Trespassing! Abso - expense. Cindy & Mi- No trespassing, not re passing without written reason. Not responsible lutely no hunting, trapping, chael McAndrew, 19446 sponsible for personal or permission on the Chip- for any accidents, Injuries, trash dumping, woodcut- Anderson Rd., Law - property injury on the property of: Midwest Data man farm. 7442 White fatalities or personal prop- ting, discharging firearms renceburg, IN 47025. Inc., 326 Walnut St., LawNo bikes, skateboards, Road, Rising Sun, Indi- erty. This applies to all or fireworks or explosives 4-3-14 renceburg, IN 47025 roller blades. No trespass- ana . Violators will be property owned by us.Be- of any kind, riding motorware of dog. Violators will ized vehicles or animals. 4-14 ing for any reason; not re- prosecuted. No trespassing, hunting, be prosecuted at their own Not responsible for propsponsible for injuries or ac- 4-29-14 fishing, wood cutting, four No trespassing, or hunting, expence. Randy & Mary erty damage, accidents, incidents on property of: Hayes, 3 3 8 2 juries or fatalities. Violators wheeling or tree cutting. on the farm of : Barry & Dillsboro Civic Club, No hunting, fishing, swim- L y n n Not responsible for acciJudy Pruss, Rt. 50 Mt. 9824 Central Ave. and ming or trespassing and Sneakville Rd., Law - will be prosecuted at their injuries or fatalities Tabor Rd., Aurora, IN 12930 North St., Dills - not responsible for acci- renceburg IN, Also own expense to the fullest dents, to any persons or personal boro, IN (formerly dents on the property of: Goose Run, Aurora, IN extent of the law on the property. David & Mi- 4-3-14 property of: Joseph F. Doctors Bldg . ) Robert & Beth Baylor, 1/29/15 No trespassing, soliciting , 6223 St. Rd. 48, Law Bayer, Jr. & Donna S. chelle Fluegeman, South 8-28-14 NO TRESPASSING for Bayer, 17365 Church Hogan Road, Dillsboro, or visitation from strangrenceburg, IN 1 -13 ers, family, or friends withany reason. Not responsi- Rd., Lawrenceburg, In In 47018 4-3-14 No fishing, swimming, out written consent by BilNo hunting, fishing, trap- ble for any accidents, inju- 47025 1-15 hunting, four wheelers, or lie R. Powell on my properping or trespassing or ries or any fatalities on No trespassing, hunting, trespassing on the HosATVʼs. Violators will be property of Betty J. We- No trespassing! No hunt- fishing, wood cutting, four ties located on North Hotetler Farms, 13450 Chesprosecuted at own ex - ber, Bloom Road Moores ing, tree stands, firearms, wheeling or tree cutting. gan Rd.Billie R. Powell terville Rd., Moores Hill. 10514 North Hogan Rd. Hill, Indiana 47032. ViolaThey will be prosecuted. pense, Not responsible for tors will be prosecuted bows, trapping, fireworks, Not responsible for acci- Aurora, IN 47001. 3-23-15 accidents or injuries on the dents, injuries, or fatalities motorcycles or quads. Not Harry Hostetler, 13450 property of, Dennis and at their expense. 7-22-14 responsible for accidents. of any persons or personal No Trespassing. Not reChesterville Rd., Moores Cindy Meyung, 10998 No trespassing for any Violators will be prose - property. Violators will be sponsible for accidents or Hill, IN 12-4-14 County Farm Rd, Aurora, reason. Not responsible cuted at their expense. prosecuted at their own injury on the property of: IN, 47001, 01-15 for accidents or injuries. Lowell & Donna Hollins, expense. Debi & Stephan Larry and Kim Jackson, No hunting or shooting, no Marshall Alford 10625 St. Rt. 262, Dills- Kraeling 7233 Bonnell, 6720 Lipscomb Rd., Lawwoodcutting,, littering or No hunting, no ATV/bike 15778 W. County Line boro, IN. 10/23/14 Guilford, Indiana 47022 renceburg, IN 47025. dumping, no motorized ve- riding, no wood cutting Rd. 05-1-14 9/18/14 hicles, machinery or tres- without written permission. Moores Hill, IN No trespassing, hunting or passing. Not liable or re- Not responsible for per - 10-9-14 fishing. The Browning No trespassing, hunting, or sponsible for injuries or ac- sonal or property injury on cidents. Violators will be property owned by: Mi- No trespassing for any Farm, 9516 & 9321 Texas fishing for any reason on No trespassing. No fishing, prosecuted if found on chael and Roberta Hank- reason. Not responsible Gas Rd., Aurora, IN the properties of Knigga no swimming, no hunting Properties LLC, and or four wheelers. Not reproperty of: Dennis G. ins, 27106 Cranes Run for injuries or accidents. 47001 12-14 Knigga Holdings LLC, sponsible for accidents or and Ann J. Elder, 17800 Road, W. Harrison IN Violators will be prose Duncan Lane, Aurora, IN 47060 1/15/15 cuted at their own expense No trespassing, hunting, 4 owned by Tim, Nancy, and injury of any kind on my on the properties of: Wm. wheeling etc. on property Casey Knigga. These in- property. Barb Horn7-14-14 No hunting, no fishing, no G. Rudicil, Barber Rd., owned by Ken and Kathy clude properties bordering berger and family 9758 South Fork, Kirkpatrick, E. Co. Rd. 1350 N, SunNo hunting, fishing or tres- bike riding, absolutely no Gobblerʼs Knob Rd., W. Scherzinger or other owned entities on North Goodner and Aberdeen man, IN 47041 passing for any reason. trespassing on the prop- Harrison, IN 2-12-2015 Roads. Also not responsi - 07-14 Not responsible for any in- erty of: Irene Beckett Es- No trespassing of any kind Hogan Rd. between SR ble for any accidents, inju48 and Holt Rd., Dear 1005 Nowlin Avejuries occurring on the tate, for any reason on the nue, Property on west born County Indiana. Not ries, or fatalities. Violators property owned by: Stoproperties of the Tri-Townwill be prosecuted at their No trespassing. Not re negate Property Owners, side of Tanners Creek ship Water Corporation. responsible for any accisponsible for personal or own expense. 3-19-15 08-21-14 dents of any kind. 5-14 Bordering on Stonegate property injury on the propViolators will be prose Dr. & Essex Lane. erty of: Rita Bennett, 170 No hunting, no motorized cuted at their own ex No trespassing, motorized 05-29-14 bikes or vehicles, no tres- pense. Also not responsi- No trespassing, hunting, vehicles, hunting, trapping, and 172 Conwell Street, Aurora, IN 47001 passing of any kind and ble for any accidents, inju- 4-wheeling or motorcycles. No hunting, fishing or tres- not responsible for acci- ries, or fatalities. Tri-Town Not responsible for acci- fireworks or explosives of 05-15-14 any kind, discharge of firepassing and not responsi- dents, violators will be Water Corporation dents or injury of any kind arms or shooting of arrows No trespassing. Not re ble for accidents or injuries prosecuted on the property 4-10-14 on the property of: John on or onto the approximate sponsible for accidents or on the property of: Jerome of: Stanley Harmeyer & No trespassing of any kind Kemme, 24464 State 23 acres of Lot #8 in Miller injury. We will prosecute & Ruth Martini, York Sondra Lewis 22643, on the properties & private Line Rd., Lawrenceburg, Ridge Estates. Also not retrespassers on property Ridge Rd., Leatherwood 22747, 22915 Jackson drive of Marvin Zimmer IN 9-4-14 sponsible for any acci - owned by: Robert & Rd., York Township. Ridge, Lawrenceburg, 28817 Evergreen Lane, dents or injuries occurring Deborah Schroeder, 4-10-14 IN West Harrison, IN 47060 No trespassing, hunting, on this same property. Gary & Pam Schroeder, 09-4-14 08-14-14 and C o n n i e Ridge Drive, Lake Tambo 4-wheeling or motor vehi- M i k e No hunting, fishing or tresNo trespassing of any kind cles of any kind. Not re- Crossley, Lot #8 Miller & Knopf Roads, Man No hunting, no motorized passing of any kind. Not on property of : All Rite sponsible for accidents or Ridge, 22102 Hickory chester Township. 10-13 responsible for property or bikes or vehicles, no tresReady Mix Of Indiana, injuries of any kind on the View Lane, Guilford, IN Not responsible for accipassing of any kind and personal injury on the 47022 12-11-14 LLC, 10513 Morgans property of: Mark & Robnot responsible for accidents. No hunting, fishing, property of: Maria Teresa erta Klem, Seldom Seen Branch Road, Aurora, IN dents on the property of: woodcutting, swimming, Maturana, 21940 Lake Estates, Lot #1,#2, #3, 4/8/14 No trespassing, no fishing, Tambo Rd., Manchester, John McKay 22505 State Line Rd., no hunting or artifact hunt- recreational 4x4 riding, or trespassing on the propIN 01/22/15 11307 N. Dearborn Rd. No trespassing without Bright, IN 06-14 ing. Nick Domaschko, erty of: Hassel W. and Sunman, IN 47041 12-14 written permission and not Ohio County, 9748 St. No hunting, fishing, four No hunting, trespassing, responsible for accidents No trespassing, hunting, Rd. 56 N., Aurora, In Pamela M. Brashears Possum Ridge Road wheeling, hiking, or gar- quad or dirt bike riding on or injury on the property of fishing, trapping or dump- 47001 Aurora, IN 03-5-15 dening of any kind. Joan the property of Bill and Jim and Beth Marting, ing of any kind. Absolutely 6-12-14 Fidler will not be held li- Donna J. Fisher located 6960 Nelson Road, no motorized vehicles, Oxbow Inc. and Oxbow of able for any injuries ac - at 6919 E. Laughery Aurora, IN 47001 - in Ohi bikes, quadrunners or Indiana, Inc. (”Oxbow”) are County. quired on the property on Creek Road, Aurora. 4-wheelers allowed on my No trespassing, no hunting the owners of property lo9-25-14 both sides of 10419 Ches- 9-25-14 property. Not responsible or fishing. Absolutely no 4 cated in the area com wheelers or motorized veterville Road, next to No trespassing! Absolutely for accidents, injuries or famonly known as Horse 10095 Chesterville Road, No hunting, woodcutting or no hunting, trapping, trash talities. Beware of dogs. hicles of any kind. Not re- shoe Bottoms, Lawrenceand across from 10386 trespassing and not re - dumping, woodcutting, dis- Violators will be prose - sponsible for accidents or burg Township, Dearborn Chesterville Road. Viola- sponsible for accidents on charging firearms or fire- cuted at their expense to injuries on the property of: County, Indiana. Most of Earl & Thomas Sullivan, tors will be prosecuted. the property of: Joseph works or explosives of any the fullest extent of the Oxbowʼs land is located 4-3-14 and Edna Imholt, 8289 kind, riding motorized vehi- law. Jeffrey Long, 9027 18253 & 18350 Keller between I-275 to US 50 Leatherwood R o a d , cles or animals. Not re - Old St. Rd 350 & 13385 Rd., Lawrenceburg, IN exit ramp, the CSX tracks, 5-8-14 No hunting, fishing, or tres- Yorkville, Guilford, IN sponsible for property Dean Rd., Aurora, In and the levee along US 50 passing for any reason 4-14 damage, accidents, inju- 47001. 9-14 and the Argosy entrance No trespassing, no hunt- road. Oxbow also owns and not responsible for ries or fatalities. Violators any injuries occurring on No Trespassing for any will be prosecuted at their No trespassing, hunting, ing, violators will be prose- land immediately west of the property owned by: reason. Not responsible own expense to the fullest fishing, wood cutting, four cuted. Not responsible for I-275 between the CSX Hidden Valley Lake Prop- for accidents, injuries or fa- extent of the law on the wheeling or tree cutting. accidents on the property tracks and the Ohio River, erty Owners Associa - talities to persons or prop- property of: David L. Not responsible for acci- of: Glen & LaVerne Burk- as well as land east of tion, Bordering on State- erty. The Kremer Family Shuter & Deborah L. dents, injuries, or fatalities hardt, Corner of Keller I-275 between the CSX Shuter, Church Rd., Law- of any persons or personal Rd., & SR 48, Lawrence- tracks, the Ohio River, and line Road and George- 28483 Barber Rd. property. Violators will be burg, In the state line. Maps of Oxtown Road, Lawrence- West Harrison, IN 47060 renceburg, IN 47025 9-11-14 burg, In 4-8-14 01-15 prosecuted at their own 1-8-15 bowʼs properties are availexpense. Cindy & Miable on our website at chael McAndrew, 19446 Anderson Rd., Law Oxbow,Ind. land is a wildrenceburg, IN 47025. life sanctuary. Hunting, 4-3-14 trapping, discharge of firearms, and the shooting of arrows is prohibited except in certain designated areas and only with the written permission of Oxbow. ATVʼs may not be operated on Oxbow property at any time. Operating other J3462 • MSRP $31,020 motorized vehicles (except 2 aT THIS PRICE for the purpose of ap proved farming and land management operations) off clearly established roads or on a road in any manner contributing to the need to repair the road is prohibited. Those who operate a motor vehicle on Oxbow property do so at J3738 • MSRP $55,030 • 1 aT THIS PRICE their own risk, and are advised that the dirt roads may be impassable when wet. Under no circum stances will Oxbow be reIncludes $2,000 Rebate sponsible for damage to a vehicle or injury to its occupants. Bank fishing only with apE propriate license is al SAV lowed and is monitored by conservation officers. Camping, bonfires, and overnight parking are prohibited. Swimming in streams, lakes and other watercourses is strictly prohibited, as are motorJ3734 • MSRP $31,815 • 1 aT THIS PRICE J4005 • MSRP $29,355 ized watercraft of any sort. 1 aT THIS PRICE Removing, destroying or disturbing wildlife and plants, or farm crops with out express written consent of Oxbow is prohibited. Oxbow property is regularly patrolled by law enforcement officers who have been instructed to prosecute all violators. Activities such as bird watching, hiking and the activities not expressly prohibited by these rules or state J3850 • MSRP $28,915 • 2 aT THIS PRICE law may be done at ones own risk. Oxbow is not responsible for any injuries occurring on the property E V for those wishing to visit. inCLuDeS $5,250 RebATe SA Those in doubt of the lawfulness of their activity on Oxbow properties are encouraged to first contact: Oxbow, 854 Ligoria Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45218 04-22-14

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as well as land east of I-275 between the CSX tracks, the Ohio River, and state line. Maps of Oxthe bowʼs properties are available on our website at Oxbow,Ind. land is a wildlife sanctuary. Hunting, trapping, discharge of firearms, and the shooting of arrows is prohibited except in certain designated areas and only with the written permission of Oxbow. ATVʼs may not be operated on Oxbow property at any time. Operating other motorized vehicles (except for the purpose of ap proved farming and land management operations) off clearly established roads or on a road in any manner contributing to the need to repair the road is prohibited. Those who operate a motor vehicle on Oxbow property do so at their own risk, and are advised that the dirt roads may be impassable when wet. Under no circum stances will Oxbow be responsible for damage to a vehicle or injury to its occupants. Bank fishing only with appropriate license is al lowed and is monitored by conservation officers. Camping, bonfires, and overnight parking are prohibited. Swimming in streams, lakes and other watercourses is strictly prohibited, as are motorized watercraft of any sort. Removing, destroying or disturbing wildlife and plants, or farm crops with out express written consent of Oxbow is prohibited. Oxbow property is regularly patrolled by law enforcement officers who have been instructed to prosecute all violators. Activities such as bird watching, hiking and the activities not expressly prohibited by these rules or state law may be done at ones own risk. Oxbow is not responsible for any injuries occurring on the property for those wishing to visit. Those in doubt of the lawfulness of their activity on Oxbow properties are encouraged to first contact: Oxbow, 854 Ligoria Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45218 04-22-14

Positively no trespassing on the property of 10391 Huesman Rd. without owners presence. Danger on property. Not responsible for accidents. Robert and Darlene Meyer, 8642 Martin Rd., Dillsboro, IN 47018. 03-15

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

ceptions. 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

April 1 - April 3, 2014


Legal Notice NOTICE TO BIDDERS Whitewater Township Trustees will be accepting sealed proposals for the, Structural Repair of the Miamitown Fire Station, located at 6736 State Route 128 Miamitown, Ohio 45041. Bid packets can be picked up at the Administration Office, located at 6101 Dry Fork Rd. Cleves, Ohio 45002 from 8:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Bid packets will be received until noon Friday, April 11, 2014 at the same office. Bids received after this time will not be accepted. The bids will then be opened and read aloud at this time. They will then be examined for proper documents and calculations. The project will be awarded to the successful bidder during the regular trustees meeting on April 21, 2014, which starts at 7:00 p.m., located at 6125 Dry Fork Rd. Cleves, Ohio 45002. Whitewater Township Trustees reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Office number is (513) 362-5522 Timothy McDonald Township Clerk 46180 C-3-26-H-3t Public Hearing The Harrison Board of Zoning Appeals will hold a public hearing on the proposed building sign lo cated at 10459 Harrison Ave., which is in excess of  square footage allowed by the City of Harrison Zoning Code.  Said hearing will be held at 7:00 p.m. on April 22, 2014 at the Harrison Community Center.

14-1tc Public Hearing

The Harrison Board of Zoning Appeals will hold a public hearing on the proposed addition of a building sign on the West side of the building located at 114 Broadway St, which exceeds the amount of signs allowed by the City of Harrison Zoning Code. Said hearing will be held at 7:00 p.m. on April 22, 2014 at the Harriso Comunity Center.


Public Hearing

The Harrison Board of Zoning Appeals will hold a public hearing on the proposal to install concrete bins to hold mulch, sand and gravel at the property located at 1019 Iliff Ave. Said hearing will be held at 7:00 p.m. on April 22, 2014 at the Harrison Community Center. 14-1tc




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