In the Thursday, April 15 issue
A chance to get out of jail didn’t last long for 19-year-old Brian A. Riley, when he escaped from the van that was transporting him from the Ripley County Jail to The Salvation Army ARC Program in Indianapolis, a treatment facility. The incident took p …Read the story »
Brady Linkel stood one punchout away from tying a single-game pitching record and a dominant performance on the mound gave way to a 6-0 win as Class 2A No. 5 South Ripley bested Switzerland County in an Ohio River Valley Conference game on Tuesday nigh …Read the story »
Bright minds come together
The 10th Annual Rube Goldberg Machine Contest (RGMC), hosted by Genesis: Pathways to Success and Jac-Cen-Del Community School Corporations, was held last Saturday, April 10, at Jac-Cen-Del High School. This year’s event was limited to Ripley County teams, and a live stream of the event was provided by JCDHS for those unable to attend.
Milan town to get spring cleanup
Clean up week has been declared for the town of Milan. At the regular meeting last week, members talked about the success of a Clean Up Week, and plan to have another one this spring. A meeting will be held Monday, April 19 at 6 p.m. at the town hall to finalize plans. They are looking for volunteers to help make their town shine.
Tyson Library offers new adult programs
Tyson Library in Versailles is offering a new selection of adult programming focused on offering more resources for adults looking to get creative or show off their existing skills.