In the Tuesday, May 12, 2020 issue
Amidst the COVID-19 restrictions, Ripley County Election Office staff are working diligently to make sure everyone in the county has the opportunity to vote in the upcoming primary election, now set for June 2.Ripley County Clerk Ginger Bradford remind …Read the story »
Shelby Christian Church brings service to theatre
Minister Tim Heim of the Shelby Christian Church invited everyone to come to the Bel-Air Theater on Sunday morning, Mother’s Day, for a special service. People stayed in their vehicles and a flatbed truck was pulled up in front for a platform. An entire church service was led from that platform, with people honking their horns in reply to the songs or message.
Teachers are appreciated
Ava Andras surprised her teacher, Mrs. Beth Mathes, with a sign she made for Teacher Appreciation Day. Ava is a kindergarten student at South Ripley Elementary School. Not being able to attend school has been hard on the students and the teachers alike. They enjoy seeing each other every day, and this was Ava’s way to show her teacher how much she truly appreciated her.
INDOT reminds Hoosier to keep campaign signs out of rights-of-way
The Indiana Department of Transportation would like to remind Hoosiers to keep campaign signs out of the state highway rights-of-way. Campaign signs in state highway right-of-way are prohibited by Indiana Code 9-21-4-6. Campaign signs are not permitted in state rights-of-way any time of the year, whether it is a primary or general election cycle. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the primary election date in Indiana has moved to June 2.