In the Thursday, July 16 issue
According to information from the Ripley County Health Department, there are some hotspots in Ripley County where people could have contracted the coronavirus from if they attended any of these events. If you attended the Milan 4th of July parade there …Read the story »
Rob Lafary STAFF WRITER The Indiana High School Athletic Association is set to enforce phase two of its return-to-play plan beginning on Monday but with COVID-19 numbers on the rise once again and a handful of student-athletes in the state being diagno …Read the story »
Osgood board discusses infrastructure for the town
The Osgood town council heard from Jeremy Schmitt with Commonwealth Engineers, who made a recommendation on awarding the culvert project. Three bids were received on June 4 from Dave O’Mara, Paul H. Rohe, and Johannigman Excavating. While two of the bids were close in price, Dave O’Mara was the lowest responsive and responsible bidder.
Convicted felon now charged in Ripley County
After multiple residents in the Batesville area had reported burglaries dating back to 2018, the suspected person has had felony charges brought against him. According to Ripley County Prosecuting Attorney Ric Hertel, Bryon Lee Wright, 50 of Trafalgar, was formally charged with multiple felonies on July 10 for his alleged role in many residential entries and thefts in the Batesville area.
Local youth enjoy summer success
While many local athletes of all ages spent all of spring cooped up at home, summertime has at least provided the chance for some to get back to competing. Several accomplishments by our local youth have been submitted this week and discovered on social media.