In the Tuesday, October 13, 2020 issue
Help, healing and hope have NOT been cancelled at Safe Passage. Since 1997, Safe Passage, Inc., has been the sole provider of domestic and sexual violence support services in the 6 county district of Dearborn, Ripley, Franklin, Ohio, Switzerland and Je …Read the story »
Just a Weekly Update What a busy weekend in the sports world! As you have probably noticed in today’s sports section, there was a lot of postseason coverage this past weekend whether it was cross country or soccer alongside the weekly football and voll …Read the story »
SEI receives grant to move broadband projects forward
Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch presents checks to SEI Communications and Jackson County Rural Electric Membership Corp. last week. SEI Communications received $12,997,889 for four broadband projects impacting 3,237 households, 285 businesses and 90 anchor institutions in Ripley, Dearborn, Jefferson, Jennings, Ohio and Switzerland counties. Jackson County REMC received $431,582 for two Jennings County broadband projects to expand broadband to 281 unserved locations in Jennings County.
3 charged with Criminal Confinement, Neglect
Last week three Jennings County residents were arrested and charged with Neglect of a Dependent and Criminal Confinement charges.
After a seven-month investigation by detectives with the Indiana State Police-Versailles District, John E. Staples, 54, and Rose-Kathryn F. Staples, 54, were arrested, along with Trudy N. Henry, 47 of North Vernon.
Brick Street Halloween Rage planned in Osgood
According to organizers of the Brick Street Halloween Rage event, Osgood’s famous Brick Street is busy again. Plans are underway for a gigantic pumpkin carving on Wednesday, October 28. The lighted pumpkins will be on display on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday on the Halloween weekend (October 29, October 30 and October 31).