GREENSBURG - The Decatur County Community Foundation has announced its latest cycle of grant recipients, including three large grants and two small projects.

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Developmental Services, Inc. and Bona Vista will finalize a merger July 1, 2021 making the combined services agency one of the largest non-profits of its kind.

RUSHVILLE - Classmates, family and friends of the Rushville Consolidated High School Class of 1980 are invited to gather in Rushville on Saturday, July 17 to reminisce and celebrate.

The South Decatur FFA Horse Judging Team competed May 8 at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds.

BATESVILLE - The following is a list of events and activities scheduled to take place at the Batesville Memorial Public Library during the last two weeks of May.

We welcome news about upcoming Southeastern Indiana events from area not-for-profit organizations. Email them to news@greensburgdailynews.com. Questions may be directed to Kevin Green at 812-663-3111 ext. 217056.

RUSH COUNTY – This is the 13th article I have written to commemorate the Rush County Bicentennial in 2022. Thank you to former Rush County Historian Eleanor Arnold for providing information about Rush County Heritage. Most of my research came from telephone conversations with Eleanor and a h…

RUSHVILLE – Last week at Rushville Consolidated High School, it was Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week. Normally, each week the staff recognizes the students for positive behavior. This week, the script was flipped as teachers and staff were nominated for the Lion’s SHARE Award by the students.

RUSHVILLE – In 1991 you might have been driving your Honda Accord to the mall to pick up a copy of Katharine Hepburns’s Me: Stories of My Life and then to catch a matinee of Silence of the Lambs. Or maybe you were in your bedroom making a mix tape of Boyz II Men, M.C. Hammer and Pearl Jam wh…

We welcome news about upcoming Southeastern Indiana events from area not-for-profit organizations. Email them to news@greensburgdailynews.com. Questions may be directed to Kevin Green at 812-663-3111 ext. 217056.

RUSHVILLE — Each year, the Rushville Rotary Club honors the Top Ten students in each grade level at Rushville Consolidated High School.

RUSHVILLE – The Rushville Public Library will hold its annual fund-raiser on Friday, August 20, 2021 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. in the Library’s Discovery Park with Happy Hour from 5:30 to 6 p.m.

The theory is that white bagging — insurance companies requiring hospitals to use a specific specialty pharmacy for intensive treatments instead of the hospitals using their own resources — will save money while not changing patient care.

GREENSBURG – A new and exciting chapter is on the horizon for New Directions, Decatur County’s nonprofit dedicated to preventing and protecting against domestic violence.

GREENSBURG – The Decatur County United Fund recently awarded $9,193 in grants through the $150,000 COVID-19 Economic Relief Initiative Grant.

CARTHAGE – May will be a busy month for Carthage so mark your calendars.

We welcome news about upcoming Southeastern Indiana events from area not-for-profit organizations. Email them to news@greensburgdailynews.com. Questions may be directed to Kevin Green at 812-663-3111 ext. 217056.

BATESVILLE — Sean Townsley, parent of two children in the Batesville Community School Corporation and a successful marketing practitioner in the community, has been appointed to the BCSC school board, according to school superintendent Paul Ketcham and school board president Jeremy Raver.

GREENSBURG — “Freaky Friday” opens this weekend in Greensburg Community High School’s Goddard Auditorium, and if it wasn’t the first live theater production for Greensburg audiences since the onset of COVID-19 it would still be the best bet for the entertainment dollar to come around in way …

The Daily News has been contacted by multiple readers who were upset and even angry about an editorial cartoon titled “Police Training Flashcards” that appeared on Tuesday’s Opinion page.

RUSHVILLE — GardenFest 2021 is just around the corner and organizers are excited about the upcoming event.

DECATUR COUNTY – Adams Township Trustee Charity Wilder has announced that Adams Township will no longer use the Adams Township Volunteer Fire Department for fire services as of the end of this month.

DECATUR/FRANKLIN COUNTY — Indiana Department of Transportation contractor Great Lakes Construction Company plans to close Enochsburg Road (County Line Road) over I-74 at the Decatur-Franklin County line on or after Sunday, May 9, for a bridge deck overlay project.

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GREENSBURG — In lieu of an actual live gala, a virtual auction is serving as this year’s spring fundraiser for the Hospital Foundation of Decatur County.

GREENSBURG - At a recent Greensburg City Council meeting, Fire Chief Nathan Stoermer was presented with a certificate of completion from the National Fire Academy's Executive Fire Officer Program. 

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GREENSBURG — A new inclusive play area planned for Rebekah Park on the city’s east side is closer to becoming a reality thanks to a generous donation from the local DASI Kids (Disabilities & Autism Services of Indiana) office.

GREENSBURG – Decatur County Memorial Hospital has received the highest overall hospital rating given by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, placing them among the top 10 percent of hospitals nationwide.

Indiana college students who volunteer with a public safety organization can now apply for the FY 2022 round of the Indiana Homeland Security Foundation scholarship.

GREENSBURG – The Greensburg – Decatur County Public Library recently announced the winners of their annual Battle of the Books program.

GREENSBURG — Elected officials have reacted to the news that Decatur County was earmarked for $999,866 in funding through the 2021 Community Crossing Grant Program.

We welcome news about upcoming Southeastern Indiana events from area not-for-profit organizations. Email them to news@greensburgdailynews.com. Questions may be directed to Kevin Green at 812-663-3111 ext. 217056.

GREENSBURG – As a special work/study project for her Fashion and Consumer Sciences class, Greensburg Community High School senior Cassie Kramer job-shadowed professional seamstress Rachel Harter in an apprenticeship of sorts: designing, sewing and beading her own senior prom dress and then w…

Rush County Schools and The Rush County ECDC sponsored a job fair at RCHS. INTAT and Trane both took part.

RUSHVILLE – April showers bring...Lion’s SHARE winners. If the soggy days had you down this week, the positive actions of these students will certainly brighten your day.

Future of Carthage presents the Henry Henley Library’s 120th Birthday Bash on Saturday, May 15.

Rushville Consolidated High School students Levi Marlatt and Jonathan Starke are the state champions in the small engines CDE. A very special thanks to coaches Roy Delay and Frank Marlatt for graciously volunteering many hours of time coaching the teams.

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