In the Thursday, April 11 issue
The Versailles Town Board members gave permission for Tyson Library to bring a “star party” to the Versailles Sports Complex on July 5. Library Director Margaret Marcy, came before the board at their regular meeting Tuesday, April 9 to as …Read the story »
Freshman Zach Gentile hit an RBI double early in the game to help his Raiders take the lead. South Ripley’s baseball team hosted their first home game of the season on Friday, April 5 against the Greensburg Pirates. The Raiders entered the game with a …Read the story »
Money flowing for road repairs
State Representative Randy Frye recently reported that improvements are in the works for US 50. “By the end of 2019, US 50 will have a new surface on almost all of the highway from Seymour to Aurora,” he noted.
SIEOC sets first annual dinner fundraiser
SIEOC will be holding their first annual fundraising banquet on Friday, May 10 from 6-8 p.m. at the Dearborn Country Club.
Easter Egg Hunt successful at the Tyson Library
Hunter McBride, stoops over to pick up a blue and purple egg, with plenty more in his sight. There were plenty of eggs to go around for all of the children.