Month: September 2020

Month: September 2020

first_imgVersailles, In. — The Indiana State Police are accepting applications for a Regional Dispatcher position at the Versailles Post to help staff its Regional Dispatch Center. Successful applicants must be able to receive, record, disseminate, and accurately dispatch information to police personnel, other law enforcement agencies, and other support services.A high school diploma or GED equivalent is required as well as the ability to successfully pass a typing test. Two years of public safety communications experience and an emergency medical technician certification are preferred but not required.  The applicant should also reside within driving distance of the Versailles Regional Dispatch Center located in Versailles, Indiana.Pay starts at $30,082 per year.The deadline for applications is February 1, 2019.For more information and to apply, go online here to Job Opening #2019-13.  Once on the website, click ‘Apply for State Jobs’.  Then type ‘Regional Dispatcher’ in the Keyword box or Job ID 621022 in the ‘Advanced Search’ menu.  The job opening should appear.  Persons that are interested may also contact Sarah Collins at the Versailles Post for assistance at (812)689-5000.last_img read more


Month: September 2020

first_imgBatesville, In. — The United States Air Force Band will perform at the Batesville Middle School Friday, March 15. A performance for students at the Intermediate School at 10 a.m. and a performance for Middle School students at 1 p.m.For more information please call 812-934-5701.last_img


Month: September 2020

first_imgThe Jac-Cen-Del Junior High Cross Country teams hosted South Dearborn in a dual meet on Tuesday evening (9/3).The JCD Girls’ team finished 1st. Virginia Minch (JCD) was the first place finisher in the girls race.The JCD Boys’ team was incomplete. Alex Berry (JCD) was the individual winner in the boys race.Sept3@JCDCourtesy of Eagles Coach Steve Narwold.last_img


Month: September 2020

first_img2019 ORVC Boys Soccer All-Conference Team, Team Champions, Mental Attitude Award winner and Coach of the Year.ORVC-19BSOCAC2019 ORVC Girls Soccer All-Conference Team, Team Champions, Mental Attitude Award winner and Coach of the Year.ORVC-19GSOCAC2019 ORVC Volleyball All-Conference Team, Team Champions (Varsity & Reserve), Mental Attitude Award winner and Coaches of the Year.ORVC-19VBACCongratulations to all!! They will be recognized at the 2019 ORVC Fall Sports Banquet to be held at Jac-Cen-Del HS next Wednesday, October 23rd at 6:30 pm.last_img


Month: September 2020

first_imgColumbus, IN—If you planned to visit the Kohl’s in Columbus for some 24-hour shopping, you might want to hold that thought.  The Columbus Fire Department was dispatched to Kohl’s on Saturday after a fire alarm manual pull lever was activated. Firefighters arrived on the scene and found an activated sprinkler head discharging water near the front of the store.A large volume of water was released from a single sprinkler head above a drop ceiling causing portions of the ceiling to collapse onto the floor, drenching merchandise racks near the cashier area. The entrance floor was flooded with about one-half inch of water.Firefighters turned off the water system, as well as the electric service to the building for safety purposes. CFD advised the store to remain closed until damages can be fully assessed and repairs can be completed. Kohl’s said it may not open again for a few days.Investigators say that the incident likely occurred as a result of a faulty sprinkler head.last_img read more


Month: September 2020

first_imgMillhousen, IN—Late Wednesday morning the Marion Township Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to County Road 650 South for a working structure fire. Greensburg Fire Department was requested for tanker support and the Letts Community Volunteer Fire Department and the  Decatur County EMS were also dispatched for mutual aid. According to the MTVFD, upon arrival, the units found a detached garage fully involved. The roof had collapsed and the fire was what was left in the structure.  No injuries were reported with the incident and the units were on scene for roughly 2 hours.last_img


Month: September 2020

first_imgJames P. “Spot” Doll, age 83 of Batesville, died Tuesday, May 12, 2020 at the Heritage House in Greensburg. Born March 17, 1937 in Batesville, he is the son of Magdalene (Nee: Hirt) and Marcellus Doll. He served in the army from 1955-1958. Following the service, he married Martha (Marty) Werner September 9, 1967 at St. Catherine of Siena in St. Maurice and would spend 30 years working for Cummins Engines before retiring in 1999. A member of the Knights of Columbus Council #1461, where he was very active and the Ripley County V.F.W. Post #3183, Spot enjoyed many hobbies. He was an avid golfer, I.U. and Reds fan, a coin collector, card player who preferred Solo and 7 up in addition to raising a vegetable garden each year. Spot had a sense of humor and according to his family, never knew a stranger. Apparently he could lay it on pretty thick too!He is survived by his wife Marty; daughter Sarah McKinny of Apex, North Carolina; sons Rob Doll of Fishers, Indiana, Ron Doll of Westfield, Indiana, Randy Doll of Westport, Indiana; sisters Rosemary Adams of Speedway, Indiana, Joan Enneking of Oldenburg; brother Charles Doll of Lexington, Kentucky and five grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his parents.Due to the Governor’s current mandate of gatherings being limited to 25 people, a private service will be held Saturday. Memorials may be made to the Knights of Columbus and sent to the funeral home in care of the family. You are encouraged to go to www.weigelfh.com and on Spot’s obituary page leave a message for the family or use the link on our home page to send a “Hugs from Home.”last_img read more


Month: September 2020

first_imgLawrenceburg, IN— Purdue Extension- Dearborn County along with Praire Farms and the Dearborn County Farm Bureau will once again be distributing free milk at the Dearborn Couty Fairgrounds in Lawrenceburg On Wednesday, July 29.  They will be giving away more than 4,300 gallons of milk to those in attendance for the drive-through event that will run from 9 am to 6 pm that day.  They are also seeking volunteers to help at the giveaway.  If you are interested in volunteering, please click here to register.last_img


Month: September 2020

first_imgRelatedPosts AFCON exit: Egypt sack coach, FA president quits Breaking: Egypt sacks manager Aguirre Egypt boss: AFCON glory could earn Salah Ballon d’Or + full fixtures, Group pairings Leganés hired Mexican coach Javier Aguirre on Monday to try to lift the Madrid club out of last place in the Spanish league.Leganés made the announcement a day after it lost to Eibar 2-1 at home and dropped six points from safety.Aguirre replaces Luis Cembranos, who had taken over as an interim coach after Mauricio Pellegrino left last month.Aguirre, a former Mexico player, previously coached Spanish clubs Osasuna, Atlético Madrid, Espanyol and Zaragoza. He also coached the national teams of México, Japan and Egypt. His last job had been with Egypt, which he coached until July.In México, he played for América and Guadalajara, and coached Atlante and Pachuca.The 60-year-old Aguirre is one of more than 40 people awaiting a ruling in a match-fixing trial involving a Spanish league game between Levante and Zaragoza at the end of the 2010-11 season, when Aguirre coached Zaragoza.Aguirre denied any wrongdoing when he recently testified before a judge.Leganés has five points from a victory and two draws in its first 12 league games. Its next match is at third-place Real Sociedad on Friday. Tags: Javier Aguirrelast_img read more


Month: September 2020

first_imgRelatedPosts Mane double eases Liverpool to win over 10-man Chelsea EPL: Chelsea, Liverpool in cagey duel Exciting EPL, La Liga, Serie A matches this weekend on DStv, GOtv Dan Gosling condemned Chelsea to a fourth defeat in five Premier League matches as Bournemouth triumphed 1-0 at Stamford Bridge. Gosling struck an 84th-minute winner when he flicked the ball over Kepa Arrizabalaga and into the net despite standing with his back to goal, ending Bournemouth’s run of five successive league losses. Kepa was made to pay for another bout of poor positioning, while Chelsea were punished for an incoherent and toothless display that will have left boss Frank Lampard far from impressed. Lampard has demanded more “personality” from his Chelsea players in a bid to arrest their league slump, but despite a host of big names there was precious little star quality on view in west London. Instead, in-form striker Tammy Abraham was too isolated too often, with teammates unable to provide the service to capitalise on his sharpness in front of goal. Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth headed into the clash missing eight injured senior players and fretting about the source of their next league victory. The Cherries had not won since seeing off Manchester United 1-0 at home on November 2, and would have expected a stern test in the capital. Howe’s men kept their heads and shape throughout however, even rebuffing a late Chelsea rally after Lampard threw on Michy Batshuayi as a second striker. While Bournemouth were left to toast a vital win, Chelsea could only lament another below-par league performance. After Tuesday’s high of seeing off Lille 2-1 to reach the Champions League’s last 16, this was a serious bump down to earth for Lampard and the Blues. Mason Mount spurned the finest chance of a wretched first half, unable to beat Bournemouth goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale who blocked well after Jorginho’s dangerous dink into the box. Abraham could not turn Cesar Azpilicueta’s cross goalwards despite a neat run and first-time effort, while Christian Pulisic failed to find a team-mate with a header across goal. Ryan Fraser saw a low shot blocked in a rare Bournemouth raid, but otherwise it was 45 minutes of bluster. Chelsea rode their luck on a host of occasions after the break as an emboldened Bournemouth started to chase the game. Kurt Zouma pulled off a fine last-ditch sliding tackle to deny Josh King, with an out-of-position Kepa furiously backpedalling. Jefferson Lerma was hugely fortunate to escape without conceding a penalty for elbowing away Willian’s free-kick as Chelsea rallied as the match ticked past the hour. Callum Hudson-Odoi added impetus off the bench, and his cross eventually led to Emerson Palmieri heading straight at Ramsdale. From point-blank range the Chelsea left-back should have easily nodded home. But instead the Blues were left to battle away as the turgidity continued. Lampard went for broke by sending on Batshuayi, sacrificing Jorginho in chasing a much-needed win. And yet it was Bournemouth prevailed, as Gosling conjured an improbable lob to stun Kepa, with Azpilicueta unable to clear off the line. The goal was rightly awarded after a Video Assistant Referee check, with the ball clearly crossing the line despite Azpilicueta’s best efforts – and Philip Billing not active as he was retreating when the ball was played in to Gosling.Tags: AFC BournemouthChelseaMichy BatshuayiStamford Bridgelast_img read more