ContributorsPublishersAdvertisers

Richmond, IN

Eaton Register Herald

Drugs seized during traffic stop

EATON — An Indiana woman was arrested late last month after a traffic stop led to the discovery of suspected methamphetamines. On Thursday, July 28, at approximately 4:45 p.m., a Preble County Sheriff’s Deputy stopped a vehicle at U.S. 127 and Interstate 70 for a traffic violation, according to Sheriff Mike Simpson.
Picture for Drugs seized during traffic stop
LOCAL CHANNELS

Indiana officer shot in critical condition; suspect ID’d

RICHMOND, Ind. (WDTN) – An officer is in critical condition after being shot by a suspect during a traffic stop in Indiana Wednesday. Police identified the officer shot as 28-year-old Seara Burton with the Richmond Police Department. According to Sergeant Scott Keegan with Indiana State Police (ISP), the shooting happened around 6:44 p.m. near north […]
RICHMOND, IN
RELATED LOCATIONS
Fox 19

Man pleads to molesting underage Indiana girls

FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ind. (WXIX) - A Brookville man charged with molesting three teenage girls has pleaded guilty a year after fleeing before his trial was scheduled to begin, according to Franklin County prosecutors. Jesse Meckley was arrested in September 2020. His trial was delayed due to the pandemic. It was...
BROOKVILLE, IN
Eaton Register Herald

Sale of Champions yields $35,000 in profits

EATON — The 172nd Preble County Fair Sale of Champions took place in the Expo Center on Friday, Aug. 5, with a spectacular turnout. The auction netted a combined total of nearly $35,000 with the highest individual animal sold going for the price of $4,500. Mike Dare kicked off...
PREBLE COUNTY, OH
RELATED PEOPLE
Eaton Register Herald

Lewisburg fire department hires new employees

LEWISBURG — Lewisburg Village Council welcomed new members of the Lewisburg Fire Department and Emergency Unit during its meeting on Thursday, Aug. 4. Fire/EMS Chief BJ Sewert came to council with two recommendations for hiring new employees. The first was Jacob Isaacs. Isaacs was recently formally sworn in as...
LEWISBURG, OH
Eaton Register Herald

Camden extends sidewalk project into 2023

CAMDEN — Camden Village Council met Thursday, Aug. 4, for its regularly scheduled meeting, during which a sidewalk replacement project was discussed. Councilwoman Debbie Hickman expressed her concerns during the old business segment of the meeting. “I want to talk about the sidewalk project. Since we voted to start...
CAMDEN, OH
RELATED PUBLISHERS
1017thepoint.com

HAGERSTOWN NOW ONE WIN AWAY FROM LITTLE LEAGUE WORLD SERIES

(Whitestown,IN)--There was plenty of excitement around Hagerstown Tuesday in advance of Tuesday’s Little League baseball game in Whitestown. Now that the team is just one win away from a trip to the Little League World Series in Pennsylvania, that excitement level is bound to go through the roof. "We live in a community that selfless and wants to come out and support these kids," said Jay Hale, whose son plays on the team. The championship game takes place Thursday afternoon at 4. Some Hagerstown groups are forming watch parties for Thursday. The game will be televised live on ESPN2.
HAGERSTOWN, IN

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
NEARBY CITIES
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE
Eaton Register Herald

‘It can, and will be repaired’

GRATIS — Residents near and far were saddened by the news of a semi driver getting his truck and trailer stuck inside, and severely damaging, the historic Brubaker Covered Bridge when he attempted to drive through it on Friday, Aug. 5. The 88-foot Brubaker Bridge was built in 1887...
PREBLE COUNTY, OH
Daily Advocate

Ansonia hosts Franklin Monroe for boy’s and girl’s golf match

GREENVILLE — Ansonia Boy’s and Girl’s golf hosted Franklin Monroe at White Springs Golf Club on Aug. 9. The teams competed for nine holes in the wet conditions. The Ansonia boy’s golf team defeated Franklin Monroe 190-206. Owen Locke led his team with a 42. Will Kammer was the only other Tiger to finish under 50 with a 47. Maverick Sanders and Devin McKenna scored a 50 and a 51 respectivley.
ANSONIA, OH
ARCHIVES