REGIONAL

Just six days before the State v. Guilfoyle trial was scheduled to begin on Feb. 12, Franklin County Prosecutor Chris Huerkamp filed a motion to dismiss the charge of Attempted Murder, amongst others, with the intent of refiling the charges.

By CASSIE GARRETT

February 9, 2024 at 10:31 a.m.


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FCHS Students Excel in Regional Jobs for America's Graduates Competition

Every year, during the spring semester, the Jobs for America's Graduates program hosts a regional competition consisting of 12-14 categories where students compete.

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Venture outdoors: Exploring Indiana State Parks

Exploring Indiana State Parks offers a journey through a diverse tapestry of natural wonders, each park a unique sanctuary waiting to be discovered.

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Remembering the 1974 UCHS basketball team

The 1974 Union County High School basketball team went undefeated in the regular season and was ranked 19th in the state. The UC High School had a reunion and recognition of the team at the beginning of the UC HS vs Shenandoah High School basketball game on Jan. 27.

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Community celebrates retirement of local power couple

Keith and Debbie Combs have lived in Laurel for as long as anyone can remember and have faithfully served the community for just as long. They both retired from their respective jobs on the same day, and the community has expressed deep gratitude for their service in their work roles …

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A soul from soil, human observations

From the beginning of human civilization, our species has been fascinated by cultivation. We are true agricultural revolutionaries, and we have done nearly everything possible to master the art of growth. Plentiful harvests have kept humans going.

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Breaking Down Barriers: Virtual Recovery Community Cafe

Recovery Community Cafe, a program through Ireland Home Based Services (IHBS), kicked off a virtual eight-week series that helps individuals recovering from substance use connect with a supportive community and build resiliency.

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Michaela Farms offers vegetables and eggs during the winter months

Although it's the time of year when temperatures drop below freezing and snow sometimes blankets the ground, Green Acres Michaela Farm in Oldenburg has vegetables and pasture-raised eggs available throughout the winter months.

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As a part of Save A Lot's Hometown Heroes program, shoppers, team members, and the general public were invited to nominate those doing good work in their community.

With the Whitewater Valley Explorer, we aim to take you on a journey while exploring our hometown's beautiful hidden gems and breathtaking landscapes.

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Breaking Down Barriers: NaloxBox Locations

Naloxone is a medicine that rapidly reverses an opioid overdose. It is an opioid antagonist. This means that it attaches to opioid receptors and reverses and blocks the effects of other opioids.

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Watch 20,000 pounds of ice be transformed into artistic masterpieces

On Jan 26 and 27, the annual "Meltdown Winter Ice Festival" in Richmond will return, bringing professional ice carvers and artists to town to transform over 20,000 pounds of ice into artistic masterpieces for an experience that won't soon be forgotten.

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Paul Satchwill shares inspiration behind “The Art Of” Podcast

The Batesville Area Arts Council (BAAC) recently announced local art would be brought to the community in a brand new way with "The Art Of" podcast.

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Rushville American Legion January News & Events

New hours For the New Year -

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Business Highlight of the Week: Vogel’s Florist & Landscaping

This week, we are highlighting Vogel's Florist and Landscaping, LLC. Located in Rushville at 359 E. 6th Street, this business is here and ready for all of your inside and outside floral decor.

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Spotlight on Local Business: Schmidt’s Bakery

This week, we are highlighting Schmidt's Bakery. Located in Batesville at 125 Batesville Shopping Village, this popular bakery has been around for decades and still going strong.