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Hagerstown Little League representing Indiana on ESPN

WHITESTOWN, Ind. — Hagerstown is rallying around some of its youngest athletes as they compete for a chance at the Little League World Series. The town of less then 2,000 was decked out in purple Monday night. While hundreds watched from the Little League Central Region Complex in Whitestown, even more were watching at home […]
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Winchester man found guilty of murder, auto theft

WINCHESTER, Ind. — A Randolph Circuit Court jury on Tuesday found a Winchester man guilty of murder and three other charges. Monty Joseph Cook, 62, was accused of killing David Brumley, a 61-year-old Winchester man, in the victim's West South Street home in November 2018. In addition to the murder count, which carries a maximum 65-year...
WINCHESTER, IN
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HAGERSTOWN LITTLE LEAGUE TWO WINS AWAY FROM WORLD SERIES

(Whitestown, IN)--Don’t expect much activity around Hagerstown Tuesday afternoon. That’s because much of the town will be either literally or figuratively in Whitestown as a group of Hagerstown kids compete for a spot in the Little League World Series. "It's one of those situations where the town kind of shuts down," said Hagerstown Little League President Shawn Murphy. Hagerstown now represents all of Indiana and is now just two wins away from a trip to Pennsylvania for the World Series. "This is an opportunity that a lot of these kids are never going to get again," Murphy added). The team takes on Kentucky at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
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WERNLE RUNAWAY TO BE TRIED AS ADULT FOR APRIL ATTACK

(Richmond, IN)--Back in April, an elderly woman was seriously injured when a Wernle Youth & Family Treatment Center runaway broke into her home and then stabbed and robbed her. Now, the 15-year-old accused of committing the crime will be tried as an adult. Savanna Young is charged with felony robbery resulting in serious bodily injury. Young has had numerous placements in juvenile services in the last two years. Superior Court III Judge Darrin Dolehanty, who oversaw the case, ruled that continued juvenile placements posed a significant risk to the public. The family of the victim is continuing to work toward a civil suit against Wernle.
RICHMOND, IN
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POSTAL EMPLOYEE ACCUSED OF STEALING CASH, GIFT CARDS

(Eldorado, OH)--An arrest has been made after numerous people in the Eldorado area complained about their mail having been opened. According to Preble County Sheriff Mike Simpson, 21-year-old Austin Stutsman began working at the post office in Eldorado last December. Stutsman has now admitted to opening mail that appeared to contain greeting cards in search of cash or gift cards. Investigators also found that Stutsman was issuing more than $2000 in money orders from the post office and then cashing them for his personal use. Stutsman faces multiple felonies and is in the Preble County Jail.
ELDORADO, OH
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Brinley joins EverHeartHospice

GREENVILLE – EverHeart Hospice is pleased to welcome Becca Brinley to their care team as an After-Hours LPN. The field of hospice care has always intrigued Brinley. She has worked alongside hospice throughout her nursing career and it always stood out as a special job. Eventually, her cousin began...
GREENVILLE, OH
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Ribbon Cutting & Opening of Greenville City Schools Fieldhouse

The Greenville City Schools will hold a ribbon cutting and opening to the new Wayne Health Sports/Orthopedic Associates/Greenville Field House on Sunday afternoon, August 14, 2022, at 2:00 p.m., at Harmon Field. The ceremony will begin with some brief remarks about the Greenville City Schools Field House project at 2:00...
GREENVILLE, OH
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Greenville and Versailles shine in Lady Bucc Invitational

PIQUA — Three local teams competed in the Lady Bucc Invitational on Monday, Aug. 8 at Echo Hills Municipal Golf Course. Greenville, Versailles and Franklin Monroe participated in the event. Versailles finished second in the event with a 378. Ella Porter led the team with a personal best score...
GREENVILLE, OH
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Munich is Heading to Muncie: Oktoberfest Benefitting ecoREHAB Coming October 1

MUNCIE, IN—Get out your Lederhosen and Steins—a taste of Germany is coming to Muncie. The Yard, Muncie’s newest venue, in partnership with Indiana On Tap, is excited to present the Inaugural Year of Munich to Muncie Oktoberfest. This 21-and -over event will take place at The Yard (formerly McCarty Lumberyard) on Saturday, October 1st from (4pm VIP Entry) 5pm – 8pm.
MUNCIE, IN
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Brick Street Block Party this weekend

Winner Winner Chicken Dinner! The Arcanum Lions Club is cooking up some amazing chicken dinners Saturday, Aug. 13. There will be 350 dinners available and they start at 11 a.m. until they are all sold out. Dinners are $9 each and drive-thru will be available. Go to the big white tent at the Brick Street Block Party to get your dinner.
ARCANUM, OH
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EATON — Life has not stood still in the years since Vincent Jones died of leukemia just days after the birth of his second son. On Saturday, July 30, the Eaton First Church of God hosted the seventh annual Vincent Jones Memorial Blood Drive in celebration of what Vincent’s widow Mindy Sue Jones-Vannatter has always called “the ripple effect” of sharing life with others.
EATON, OH
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Coolest AE Projects: Muncie Sanitary District Maintenance Facility

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MUNCIE, Ind. (WANE) – Ball State’s Carson Steele wasn’t phased by the transition of high school football to the D-1 college level as the 2020 Indiana Mr. Football Award winner rushed for 897 yards and six touchdowns last fall as a true freshman for the Cardinals. While...
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July concludes with 9th-most monthly Wayne County COVID-19 cases

RICHMOND, Ind. — July reported the ninth-most Wayne County COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began. The Indiana State Department of Health's Monday update removed the preliminary tag from July's final week. The month's day-by-day totals of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases adds to 952. There also was one death from COVID-19 complications reported during July, a man older than 80 who died July 25.
RICHMOND, IN
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