In the Thursday, December 31 issue
There is no doubt that COVID-19 was the top story of 2020. It dominated every newscast on the evening news, and usually was in the newspaper weekly once it reared its ugly head.While it seemed to be a year of one devastating act after another, there is …Read the story »
The Versailles American Legion Post #173 junior shooting team took part in its third match in Southern Indiana Air Rifle competition this past week and came away with yet another victory as the team defeated Shoals, Corydon and Jasper in a virtual matc …Read the story »
JCD board member recognized for service
At the December meeting of the Jac-Cen-Del Board of Trustees, Steve Huntington was presented with a plaque from Superintendent Ryan Middleton for eight years of service on the board. “Eight years is a long time of service for a board member that makes many decisions for the good of our students,” Supt. Middleton noted. Huntington said it had been an honor to serve.
$10,200 Enbridge Grant awarded to Ripley Youth Outreach
Ripley Youth Outreach, a philanthropic initiative of the Ripley County Community Foundation, received an Enbridge Grant in the amount of $10,200 to support a new project called, Pollinator Gardens and Trees for a Greener Tomorrow. The project will bring together students, community volunteers, and local business partners to install pollinator gardens and plant trees around Ripley County on Arbor Day (April 30, 2021).
JCD splits two games at Edinburgh Tourney
Class A No. 17 Jac-Cen-Del saw its five-game win streak come to an end in game one but Clint Bohman’s boys bounced back in game two on Monday night as the Eagles split their first two games of the Edinburgh Holiday Classic.