In the Tuesday, March 24, 2020 issue
Although school has been canceled for Ripley County students at least through May 1, that hasn’t stopped the big yellow school buses from rolling out. They aren’t picking up students, but rather dropping off much needed breakfast and lunch food. This i …Read the story »
Iron Timbers has an impressive portfolio of furniture that combines both wood and metal into one customized piece. The family-owned business consists of a father and two sons, with additional design help from one of the three sisters of the family. Eac …Read the story »
Teenagers help Safe Passage
Students from both South Ripley and Jac-Cen-Del were able to work together and raise $1170 for Safe Passage, a domestic shelter. The students are pictured as they counted the money, and realized a friendly little “Pennies War” raised $64 alone and was won by South Ripley. Jane Yorn, with Safe Passage, noted they are very appreciative of this and it couldn’t of come at a better time.
MMH officials confirm a case of COVID-19 in ER
Last Thursday, March 19, Margaret Mary Health received confirmation from a hospital in Cincinnati that a Franklin County resident who was transferred from MMH’s emergency services department has been tested for confirmed positive for COVID-19.
Local business concerned about response time of police
Michel Norman, owner of the laundromat in Milan, attended the board meeting to discuss the lack of follow-up he received regarding an ongoing trespassing issue he has. Norman stated he called the police on January 22, January 27, and again on March 6 with no response.