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Heather C. Cummins-Banks, 47, Brookville

Heather Christine Cummins-Banks age 47, of Brookville, Indiana died Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at her residence in Brookville following a brave battle with cancer. Born April 29, 1975 in Oxford, Ohio she was the daughter of Rocky Cummins Sr. & Sheila (Robertson) Pierce. On July 3, 2020 she was united in marriage to Phil Banks, and he survives.
BROOKVILLE, IN
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No charges against Fairfield officer who shot armed man in road

HAMILTON, Ohio (WXIX) - A Butler County grand jury has declined to indict a Fairfield police officer who shot an armed man earlier this month. The shooting happened on June 5 on Port Union Road. The Fairfield Township Police Department released an account that evening. Officers were dispatched to investigate...
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Volunteers ensure cyclists are safe in Race Across America

OXFORD, Ohio — Cyclists spent the last nine days on one of the most difficult bike races, the Race Across America, and one man in Oxford is putting up signs in and around Oxford to make sure that those riders are staying safe. What You Need To Know. Race...
OXFORD, OH
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DCMH breaks ground on Rehab Facility and Medical Center

GREENSBURG, IN — Decatur County Memorial Hospital (DCMH) held a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday afternoon for its new Rehab Facility and Medical Office Building. The 28,000-square-foot facility will offer physical, occupational, and speech therapy for both adults and children. It will also house clinic space with room to grow. “We’re...
DECATUR COUNTY, IN
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Batesville Planning Commission set to act on new zoning code

— After a lengthy process of working on the updates and modernization of various land use ordinances, zoning code maps, permitted use tables, and building/development codes, the City of Batesville is now ready to present the final product. The Batesville Planning Commission is expected to review and vote on the...
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Earlham College to add full engineering major in fall 2023

RICHMOND, Ind. — For students wanting to continue down the engineering path after going through Earlham College's nationally recognized pre-engineering program, Earlham will soon have that next step available. The college plans to launch a full engineering program in fall 2023, according to an Earlham release. This addition will build on the school's physics, computer science, math,...
RICHMOND, IN
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SIYMCA awarded grant in support of community sports complex

— The Southeastern Indiana YMCA has been awarded a $20,000 grant from First Financial Bank in partnership with CREA, LLC. The funds will support the YMCA Community Sports Complex, which will include pickleball and basketball courts, lighting, a landscaped shelter, and a trailhead connecting with the City of Batesville’s trail system. The outdoor area will be free for all to enjoy.
BATESVILLE, IN
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Safe Passage Inc. Receives Generous Grant from ICJI

Safe Passage, Inc. has been serving victims of domestic and sexual abuse since 1997. (Batesville, Ind.) – The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI) awarded $500,000 in grant funding to 26 non-profit organizations to provide emergency shelter and services to victims of domestic violence and their dependents. Among the grant...
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EC Trojan Shootout Plays Host to 19 Teams Friday, Saturday

Several area girls teams will compete at the two-day shootout. (St. Leon, Ind.) – East Central High School will play host to the annual Trojan Shootout today and tomorrow. Nineteen girls basketball teams from across the state will compete in the varsity tournament with games being played in the main gym, aux gym and fieldhouse.
LAWRENCEBURG, IN
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Decatur County GOP to hold caucus to fill several November ballot vacancies

— The Decatur County Republican Party Chairman Nate Harter has called a caucus for Saturday, July 2 at 9 am to fill 12 ballot vacancies for the November General Election. There is one open spot each on the Clay and Fugit Township boards; three spots each on the Marion, Saltcreek, and Sandcreek Township boards, and one spot on the St. Paul Town Council.
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