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GREENSBURG — Both the Decatur County Area Plan Commission and Board of Zoning appeals are scheduled to meet Wednesday evening.

INDIANA — The Indiana State Department of Agriculture recently awarded $4 million to 41 Indiana meat processing businesses through the Indiana Meat Processing Expansion & Development Grant Program. This funding was allocated to offset the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on local and s…

RUSHVILLE — The Indiana State Department of Health continues to urge the use of masks for Hoosiers. With the increase in COVID-19 in Indiana, the fight against the virus is far from over.

COLUMBUS — Centra Foundation and Centra Credit Union are offering an opportunity for community members to support local children in need through Shop with a Cop. Instead of buying gifts, Centra Members and visitors will be able to make a financial donation online. Shop with a Cop will use th…

North Decatur FFA members recently rang Cheer Fund bells at Needlers. Volunteer bell-ringers are still needed. Call Natalie Acra at 812-651-0884 for more information.

GREENSBURG — Families and community members looking to stay up to date about events and news at Greensburg Community Schools now have a new tool to access information concerning local schools quickly and easily.

Through Saturday, December 19 – Coalition for a Drug-Free Batesville - The Coalition for a Drug-Free Batesville has partnered with Gibson Theatre to host Free Movie Nights starting at 6 p.m. each Saturday until December 19. Some of the featured movies are listed below: “Coco” will be shown o…

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The Daily News Cheer Fund bell ringing season has officially begun! Volunteers from our community will be periodically stationed at Needlers, Rural King and Walmart. Pictured are members from the New Point Kiwanis Club and Greensburg Community High School National Honor Society. Thank you to…

GREENSBURG – The Greensburg Country Club recently hosted a pre-Thanksgiving food drive to collect donated peanut butter and jelly for the Daily News Cheer Fund, and quite a few Decatur County families will be munching on delicious PBJs as a result.

Through Saturday, December 19 – Coalition for a Drug-Free Batesville - The Coalition for a Drug-Free Batesville has partnered with Gibson Theatre to host Free Movie Nights starting at 6 p.m. each Saturday until December 19. Some of the featured movies are listed below: “Coco” will be shown o…

INDIANAPOLIS – Music Buzzz Podcast will launch in 2021 and feature candid discussions with those who are and have been a fly on the wall in the music business including industry veterans representing the segments of Musician, Design and Live.

RUSHVILLE – Rushville Consolidated High School held a blood drive on Nov. 24. Despite the fact that the school was on eLearning, there was a good turnout, a testament to the students and staff at RCHS.

This round of covid seems to have tried to put a damper on the activities that have been planned for Carthage, but we will still have a festival holiday month in spite of it. We have been busy adapting previously made plans that will allow us, as a community, to still participate, celebrate,…

RIPLEY COUNTY – Carly Zoller, a student at South Ripley High School in Versailles, had a vision for her senior project which included working with local children in need.

DEARBORN COUNTY — Kaiser Pickles, a fourth generation, family-owned and operated pickle and pepper processing company, announced plans on Monday, Nov. 23 to expand its Aurora operations, creating up to 20 new jobs by the end of 2022.

RUSHVILLE – Rush County Schools have developed another system to help its students. RCHS Principal Rob Hadley said the counseling team at RCS has created opportunities for on-the-go use in social-emotional learning.

RUSHVILLE — It is more important this year than previous years to support local small businesses. COVID-19 has taken a toll on small businesses in 2020. This Saturday is a day to help support area small businesses.

Send your coming Events information to news@greensburgdailynews.com or Daily News, PO Box 106, Greensburg, IN 47240. This space is for non-recurring community events only.

GREENSBURG – Friends of local resident Earl Six are sponsoring an online auction Dec. 4 to 6 to help Six and his wife Nan defray medical bills incurred while recovering from a serious motorcycle accident.

INDIANAPOLIS – Thanksgiving is normally one of the busiest travel times of the year. While the pandemic may have impacted plans with family this year, the Indiana State Police wants to remind motorists who plan to travel during the holiday season to buckle up and drive sober.

GREENSBURG – Linemen. Electricians. Carpenters. Mechanics. Hairstylists. As the need for skilled workers in trades like these continues to grow, the Decatur County Community Foundation has been given a challenge to help grow along with it.

Through Saturday, December 19 – Coalition for a Drug-Free Batesville - The Coalition for a Drug-Free Batesville has partnered with Gibson Theatre to host Free Movie Nights starting at 6 p.m. each Saturday until December 19. Some of the featured movies are listed below: “Coco” will be shown o…

The Rushville Consolidated High School Key Club Christmas wreaths and swags have arrived. Kaylyn Marsh, Ms. Kristin Baker (business teacher and faculty advisor) and Ms. Sue Prifogle (Kiwanis sponsor) are pictured. The RCHS Key Club has worked with Jon Norris for 26 years to offer this fundraiser.

GREENSBURG — The Greensburg Prevention Group/Community Action Coalition sponsored “Be the Wall” 2020-21 posters introduced 10 outstanding youth from all points in the county. Each has signed a pledge and agreed to live as a role model for their peers by saying “no” to drugs and alcohol.

GREENSBURG — A free and open to the public Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Intervention Training is scheduled for Dec. 2. The event is sponsored by onecommunityonefamily.org and will stream from noon to 3 p.m. Register at www.eventbrite.com/e/outside-the-box-thinkers-registration-129106287381.

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GREENSBURG – Recent efforts to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic appear to have helped slow the spread of the virus, though restrictions remain in place to further minimize the pandemic’s local impact.

RUSHVILLE – Despite the interruption of the current pandemic and students being moved to eLearning, Rushville Consolidated High School students continue to work hard, battle through the adversity and shine bright with good behavior and positive attitudes.

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced the official launch of the AskUSDA Contact Center program. The AskUSDA Contact Center will serve as the “one front door” for phone, chat, and web inquires, transforming how the public interacts with USDA and providing an en…

WASHINGTON – Registration is now open for the 97th annual Agricultural Outlook Forum (AOF), the largest annual meeting and premiere event of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The two-day Forum will take place on Feb. 18-19, 2021. Due to COVID-19 and current restrictions on large gat…

INDIANAPOLIS — In Indiana, 16 organizations received recognition for taking significant steps to build a culture of health and invest in the health of their workforce as part of the 2020 results of the American Heart Association Workplace Health Achievement Index.

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