In the Thursday, January 7 issue
The Ripley County Jail has not been immune to COVID-19 just like many of the jails and the prison system in the State of Indiana. The dreaded virus has those in charge scrambling to make sure they are as safe as possible, but in the end – some cases ha …Read the story »
Class A No. 4 Jac-Cen-Del built up an early double figure lead and the two-time defending county champion Lady Eagles played the part of favorite on Tuesday night, defeating host Milan 75-35 in the opening round of the Ripley County Girls Basketball To …Read the story »
Margaret Mary Health welcomes first baby of 2021
Arriving at 12:05 p.m. on January 4, Thatcher David Nobbe, of Batesville, became the first baby born at Margaret Mary Health in 2021. Delivered by Dr. Kim Kick, his parents are Adam and Audrey Nobbe. He weighed 9 lbs. 4 oz. and was 21 inches long. Thatcher was welcomed home by his big brothers, Levi, 7, Sam, 5, and Everett, 2.
Who is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine now?
People have as many questions about the COVID-19 vaccine as they do about the virus itself, and rightly so. Many wonder when they can receive it and where.
Lady Raiders play defense, cruise past Batesville in RCT
South Ripley used its length and athleticism to its advantage on the defensive end on Tuesday night and cruised to a 49-24 win over Batesville in the opening round of the Ripley County Girls Basketball Tournament played in Versailles.