In the Tuesday, February 23, 2021 issue
A night of confusion led to a North Vernon man having to pay restitution to a family in Ripley County after breaking in their home, and to Laughery Valley Co-op, after wrecking one of their trucks. He will also be serving 902 days of reporting probatio …Read the story »
Jac-Cen-Del celebrated Senior Night amid pregame festivities and the in-game entertainment lived up to the night as the Eagles defended their home court in an 83-78 victory over Milan on Saturday night in an Ohio River Valley Conference rivalry matchup …Read the story »
Horse rescued from not-quite-frozen pond
A horse found itself in some cold water near 1050 in the New Marion area, when a pond was snow covered and the horse walked out on it. The New Marion Fire Department was called to help and after about a half hour of breaking ice, the horse was able to walk out on its own. This Amish family helped with the process holding the horse’s head with a cable attached to keep it above water until it could be brought to safety. There were no injuries reported.
Little Eagles program outlined at JCD School Board meeting
With all five school board members present – Jim Westerman, Jason Wagner, Jason Smith, Travis Neal and Debra Roberts – at the Jac-Cen-Del School Board’s February meeting, the board proceeded to hear from Sarah Kessens who gave a report for the Little Eagle Preschool program.
Library Lover's Month: Love Boat
The last in a series of Library Lovers’ Month information about all our local libraries. Hope you enjoyed the information and continue to enjoy the program provided by local libraries. This is from the Osgood Public Library and Milan Branch.