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Column: 60 years of class - Shelby News: Local News

Members of the 60th reunion planning committee of the Shelbyville High School Class of 1951 will give the SHS music departments the remaining money in their class treasury after the class's final reunion on Saturday. It's a decision that was made during a recent meeting at Denny's Restaurant between

SHELBYVILLE NEWS - 2017-11-20 10:20:24

Back when: November 21-27

In 1967, the local Sons of the American Legion group made final shipping arrangements to send Kool-Aid packages to local service members in Vietnam. Nov. 22 In 1864, New Palestine's Jacob Everson and his Co. K, 100 Regiment, Indiana Volunteers, faced "one of the big battles of the war" near Macon, G

GREENFIELD DAILY REPORTER - 2017-11-21 06:45:15

Double amputee whose scooter was stolen has new set of wheels thanks to FOX59 viewer

EDINBURGH, Ind. - An Edinburgh man whose scooter was recently stolen has a new set of wheels and a renewed sense of freedom. A person who wishes to remain anonymous heard about Lee Wood's story on FOX59 and decided to donate a brand new blue scooter to him. Wood said he couldn't keep his original sc

FOX 59 - 2017-11-20 21:20:35

Krull: The GOP signed up to lose

It almost seems as if Republicans across the country are determined to seize defeat from the jaws of victory. What other way is there to explain some of the positions they've staked out? The ongoing train wreck that is Judge Roy Moore's U.S. Senate candidacy in Alabama puts his fellow Republicans in

NUVO.NET - 2017-11-20 20:28:00

Boy's fight with cancer offers optimistic future

Stronger than your average superhero. That's what the T-shirt worn by 6-year-old Harry Grammer claims in newly released video presentations produced for the Riley Children's Foundation. Such a message might not be taken seriously if worn by another first grader. But for Harry, a cancer patient and t

REPUBLIC - 2017-11-20 08:10:14

Buyer interested in former Franklin school property

PRINCETON - A lease agreement between Gibson County and North Gibson schools dating back to April, 1978 for use of the former Franklin School property will be dissolved if the property is sold. The release for the property is required before the school can sell, but it remains in the county's contro

PRINCETON DAILY CLARION - 2017-11-21 02:45:09

Franklin store owner's good deed leads another to pay it forward

Flood Warning issued November 20 at 6:47AM EST expiring November 21 at 1:00PM EST in effect for: Cass, Kosciusko, Miami, Wabash, Whitley Flood Warning issued November 19 at 11:44PM EST expiring November 20 at 2:05PM EST in effect for: Delaware, Madison Flood Warning issued November 19 at 11:44P

6 NEWS WRTV - 2017-11-20 13:34:31

New Palestine students make stockings for soldiers

EW PALESTINE - Kassie Cash laid the Christmas stocking template over the cloth, picked up the scissors and carefully cut out the image. She and other New Palestine High School students in Tina Boehm's family and consumer science class spent a recent Saturday helping make 829 stockings to be delivere

GREENFIELD DAILY REPORTER - 2017-11-21 06:52:11

Trial begins for men accused in house fire that killed Hamilton firefighter

Men accused of setting the December 2015 house fire that claimed the life of a Hamilton firefighter took the witness stand this week. Prosecutors said Lester Parker, 66, asked his nephew William "Billy" Tucker to come up from Richmond, Ky. and set fire to his house on Pater Avenue. They said Parker

FOX 19 - 2017-11-20 23:11:03

Hamilton homeowner takes stand in firefighter murder trial

Hamilton homeowner Lester Parker took the stand Monday in his own defense in the arson and murder trial for the 2015 death of Hamilton firefighter Patrick Wolterman. Parker, 68, and his nephew William "Billy" Tucker, 46, of Richmond, Ky., are charged with arson and murder in the fire at Parker's Pat

JOURNAL-NEWS - 2017-11-20 19:39:51

Hamilton hosts Christmas tree lighting ceremony

Saturday saw some crazy weather, but that didn't dampen the holiday spirits in Hamilton. (Photo courtesy of Liesl Bauer) HAMILTON, Ohio (WKRC) - Saturday saw some crazy weather, but that didn't dampen the holiday spirits in Hamilton. The community held their annual kickoff to the holiday season with

WKRC - 2017-11-19 10:56:26

Man pleads guilty to gang involvement tied to 2 Middletown murders

The last of three men charged in a Middletown crime spree last fall that ended in the slaying of two people, admitted to being part of a criminal gang today in Butler County Common Pleas Court. Charles Ray Graham, 28, of 2002 Pearl St. was one of three men indicted for crimes in late October and Nov

JOURNAL-NEWS - 2017-11-20 16:44:26

Contentious testimony as Lester Parker testifies about fire that left firefighter dead

HAMILTON, Ohio (WKRC) - The man on trial for allegedly hiring his nephew to torch his Hamilton home, took the stand Monday. Hamilton firefighter Patrick Wolterman was killed in that house fire. Lester Parker's testimony was often contentious as Butler County Prosecutor Mike Gmoser questioned him on

WKRC - 2017-11-20 14:38:53

Butler County church catches fire after heat tape ignites

A Butler County church caught fire Monday morning, and firefighters said it's because of a simple step church leaders took to protect their pipes in cold weather. It happened at Edgewood Baptist Church on West State Street in Trenton. This time of year, we are reminded to be thankful, and that's w

WLWT 5 - 2017-11-20 17:37:00

Small businesses hold the line against online competition

As retailers across the country prepare for the opening salvo of the holiday season on Black Friday, local small business owners seem confident they can hold their own against the onslaught of online competition. Tina Stoeberl, who owns and operates College Hill Coffee Company at 6821 Hamilton Ave.,

CINCINNATI.COM - 2017-11-20 16:57:27

Victim identified in fatal West Chester shooting

The Butler County Coroner's Office has identified the gunshot victim in the West Chester Twp. incident Saturday night. The 19-year-old victim was Connor Szul and the cause of death was a gunshot, according to the coroner's office. The manner of death is pending, according to a coroner's report. An i

JOURNAL-NEWS - 2017-11-20 20:37:25

Wind Hill estate in Bristol sells for $6.75M

THE WIND HILL estate in Bristol has sold for $6.75 million. BRISTOL - The Wind Hill estate at 55 Ferry Road in Bristol sold for $6.75 million, Gustave White Sotheby's International Realty announced Monday. The property is a 17.3-acre waterfront estate. The home was originally built in 1890 but was

PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS - 2017-11-20 19:15:23

Bristol, R.I., waterfront estate sells for $6.75 million

According to the listing, the house has 7,328 square feet of living space with 10 bedrooms, 6 full bathrooms and three half-bathrooms. The estate includes a deep-water dock, carriage house, gatehouse, stable, barn, salt-water pool and tennis court. BRISTOL, R.I. - "Wind Hill," the 17-acre estate ove

PROVIDENCEJOURNAL.COM - 2017-11-20 21:25:05

Couple shot in Providence after police chase had drug equipment, TV in truck, documents show

The R.I. state police sought evidence from the truck that would aid the investigation into the deadly shooting on Nov. 9 and help explain why driver Joseph J. Santos and passenger Christine Demers tried to flee - citing probable cause that the couple were "involved in criminal activity." PROVIDENCE,

PROVIDENCEJOURNAL.COM - 2017-11-20 23:08:59

State Sen. Paul Feeney to hold office hours

State Sen. Paul R. Feeney, D-Foxboro, recently announced office hours throughout the Bristol and Norfolk state senate district. The office hours will be held from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Nov. 30 at the Walpole Council on Aging, 135 School St.; 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Nov. 30 at Sharon Adult Center Library, 219 Mas

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-21 00:35:23