In the Thursday, January 14 issue
The suspicious death of a woman from the Holton area has been ruled a homicide by Indiana State Police investigators. Police have released the name of Kristina M. Jones, 36, as the victim of a homicide that occurred sometime after midnight on January 1 …Read the story »
COVID-19 uncovers mental health conditions, state provides resources to stop them from becoming chronic
As all state offices are focusing at least some – if not all – of their attention on the ongoing pandemic’s effects on different parts of our world, the Family and Social Services Administration of Indiana is no exception. During a recent press confere …Read the story »
SR athletes bring home the Gold, Silver...
South Ripley students excelled in Winter Games for Special Olympics this past week as they competed and won in snowboarding and snowshoe running at Perfect North. They join the group of young people who make Ripley County shine. Pictured are athletes with their coaches: Amy Mitchell, snowboarding, Bailey Hughes, snowshoe running, Damon Riley, snowboarding, Dereck Moore, Snowboarding, Devin Moore, snowboarding, Brayden McEvoy, snowboarding and Isabel Peak, Unified Partner.
Several felony drug arrests made
Police have been busy investigating and people continue to be charged with crimes throughout the pandemic. Recent felony drug arrests are proof that the Ripley County Prosecutor’s Office and the Indiana State Police have continued their effort to combat drugs in the county.
Services set for column writer
Kenny Clemons, 84, passed away Sunday, January 10 at the Margaret Mary Hospital in Batesville. He was known to many throughout our readership for his writing: Splinters, which was a sports column and In and Around Ripley County, which was a variety of subjects about local people. When you saw Kenny, he would always ask, “What do you know?” That would lead to him having some good information for his column.