The Southeastern Indiana Musicians Association has made the difficult decision to delay the SEIMA Project: Inspiring Local Music by one year.

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County’s COVID-19 cases holding steady

County’s COVID-19 cases holding steady

"Just tell the truth," my former esteemed editor Bryan Helvie would beg me when I was writing a difficult story.

Many meetings have been cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns, while other government groups may be meeting electronically or livestreaming. We suggest you confirm meetings before leaving home.

Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati, is seeking people who are fully recovered from COVID-19 who may be able to donate plasma to help local patients who are critically ill with COVID-19 infections.

Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati, is seeking people who are fully recovered from COVID-19 who may be able to donate plasma to help local patients who are critically ill with COVID-19 infections.

My name is Victory, I stand strong and tall. My name is Victory, I represent us all.

Countless Hoosier heroes are answering the call to keep us all safe and healthy. Health care workers, emergency responders, law enforcement, correctional professionals and many others are bravely helping Indiana manage this ongoing public health emergency. As part of Public Service Recogniti…

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Batesville Middle School seventh-grade advanced language arts students wrote about a typical day during the stay-at-home order under the direction of teacher Lisa Barnett.

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Batesville Middle School seventh-grade advanced language arts students wrote about a typical day during the stay-at-home order under the direction of teacher Lisa Barnett.

The Southeastern Indiana Musicians Association has made the difficult decision to delay the SEIMA Project: Inspiring Local Music by one year.

Many events have been postponed or cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns. We suggest you confirm events before leaving home.

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Jason Wintz, a 2007 Batesville High School graduate, is part of a team at a Reno, Nevada, company that is manufacturing ventilators due to the COVID-19 crisis.

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Jason Wintz, a 2007 Batesville High School graduate, is part of a team at a Reno, Nevada, company that is manufacturing ventilators due to the COVID-19 crisis.

The Sandi Servaas Memorial Awards, presented by Indiana Landmarks, recognize outstanding achievement in historic preservation, interpreted broadly to encompass a wide range of activities and accomplishments, in two categories. In both categories, self-nominations are welcomed.

Owners of private ponds and lakes can now find more resources for managing those areas and adding aquatic structures to them on the Indiana Department of Natural Resources’ updated website at wildlife.IN.gov/3614.htm.

With an ever-increasing need for special education services among its student population, the Batesville Community School Corp. is moving forward with its plan to bring a talented team of professionals in-house to provide comprehensive services, led by new special education director Lynn Gos…

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Sunman Town Council members gathered May 7 for a meeting that was livestreamed on Facebook. It may be viewed at https://townofsunman.com/council-meetings/livestream/ (use headphones).

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Sophie Wesseler’s advice for freshmen is “be open. Try new things — now’s the time. When you find good people, stick with them. Spend time with your family because you’ll only be home with them for a bit longer. And support your friends. High school can be rough and we as teens can be random…

The Franklin County Health Department announced May 11 receiving two new positive adult COVID-19 cases, bringing the county’s total number to 109, according to a Franklin County COVID-19 Task Force news release.

Beginning Wednesday, May 13, the Brookville Public Library and Laurel Public Library will offer call-ahead service, reports Franklin County Public Library District director Susan Knight. Libraries will be open from 1-6 p.m. weekdays and 1-4 p.m. on Saturdays.

Many meetings have been cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns, while other government groups may be meeting electronically or livestreaming. We suggest you confirm meetings before leaving home.

• Barbers prepare for waves of shaggy-headed customers.

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