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GREENSBURG – The evening of June 3 brought good weather conditions, allowing the 28-acre corn field provided by John and Adele Corya to be planted as the second annual "Farmer's Feeding the Flock" Greensburg Community Bread of Life fundraiser got underway.

GREENSBURG - Flat Rock YMCA Camp is hosting "Hope Loves Company" through Saturday. The camp is for children affected by ALS, or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.

A recent Daily News article detailing Saturday’s Tenderloin Throwdown should have stated home-made ice cream from the Historical Society will be available in front of Rolfes, Garvey, Walker, & Robbins office, 132 E. Washington Street, Greensburg.

GREENSBURG – The Arts and Culture Council in cooperation with Main Street Greensburg is looking for local artists interested in creating designs for the limestone benches currently under construction on the south side of the Greensburg Square.

GREENSBURG – The 2019 Decatur County Fair, themed "Hometown Heroes in the Heartland," starts July 11 and runs through the 17th.

GREENSBURG - All 4 One Ministries, the ecumenical not-for-profit group self-tasked with the mission of "uniting the local Church for the purposes of worship, service, and giving" has made an exciting and bold step hand is vying to purchase the Schlemmer Wholesale Building with the goal of pr…

DECATUR COUNTY – "Race Across America is one of the most respected and longest running ultra-endurance events in the world," according to https://www.raceacrossamerica.org.

GREENSBURG — As a wave of progress and growth continues to wash over Greensburg and Decatur County, one established business is preparing to close its doors for good while another works toward snagging their own “slice of the pie.”

GREENSBURG — Dave O’Mara Contractor Inc. will close multiple city streets in Greensburg next week to repave approaches to Ind. 3.

Photo provided by Mindy Griffith | A stretch of I-74 in Decatur County was shut down Friday morning. Preliminary information is that two separate accidents took place, one at the interstate and its junction with Ind. 46 and the other near the New Point exit. At least one air ambulance was ca…

In late May, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources reported that an oak-killing fungus had potentially infested rhododendrons sold in about 90 Walmart and Rural King stores across the state.

GREENSBURG – As recently reported in the Daily News, the 100th annual Tri Kappa July 4th parade is fast approaching.

GREENSBURG — A large number of area residents made Friday’s annual Decatur County United Fund Strawberry Festival fundraiser an astounding success.

(Editor’s note: Today, June 14, is Flag Day. With that in mind, we share the following commentary by guest columnist James F. Burns)

Bill Rethlake | Daily News | Napoleon State Bank officially opened its second Greensburg location Wednesday morning by hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony. A grand opening celebration is taking place there through June 22 that includes free Kona Ice snow cones from 1 to 5 p.m. today. "We are e…

GREENSBURG — Greensburg American Legion Post 129 marks its 100th anniversary on June 22, and its members and supporters are celebrating with a birthday party and a motorcycle ride to benefit local veterans.

GREENSBURG — Sponsored by First Financial, Duke Energy, Honda Manufacturing and Decatur County Memorial Hospital, the Greensburg-Decatur County Chamber of Commerce hosted the 13th annual Women in Business Conference Thursday in the Greensburg Elementary School cafetorium.

GREENSBURG — A potential new ordinance could protect pets, such as dogs, from the dangers of outside weather.

RUSHVILLE — Residents from throughout Indiana are invited to Rushville’s Riverside Park Amphitheater Saturday for a free concert featuring North America’s premier Led Zeppelin tribute band: ZOSO – The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience.

GREENSBURG — Through the summer months of 2019, the Decatur County Historical Society is featuring “Wedding Dresses of Decatur County,” a collection of gowns from private and Historical Society collections representing different economies, styles and budgets from years long past.

GREENSBURG — Lunch and breakfast prices within Greensburg Community School Corporation will increase next school year.

GREENSBURG —Oldenburg Academy has received the Advanced Placement (AP) Award from the Indiana Department of Education.

LAWRENCEBURG — This week, a Lawrenceburg couple was arrested on numerous charges related to the manufacturing, sale, and delivery of controlled substances after a steroid manufacturing laboratory was discovered inside their home in the Hidden Valley subdivision.

GREENSBURG — In a recent week-long STEM Camp at the Decatur County Schools Administration Building, area K-6 students learned to build rudimentary robots and improve the world through technology.

GREENSBURG — A team from North Decatur Jr.-Sr. High School has been recognized by the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture for their success in a national competition.

GREENSBURG — Decatur County-Greensburg Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jeff Emsweller, Director of the Arts and Cultural Council David Fry, Chamber board members, students and community leaders gathered Tuesday to unveil the newest Greensburg enrichment project, a mural on the former …

Bill Rethlake | Daily News | Sweets Auto Repair and Wrecker Service recently removed four abandoned vehicles from the city parking lot on the south side of the square. The four vehicles were affixed with bright orange stickers warning the owner of the impending removal of each vehicle, and t…

GREENSBURG – Organizers are preparing for the annual 4th of July Tri Kappa Parade, originally known as The July 4th Children’s Parade.

GREENSBURG — Local residents who wish to learn more about their health and what Decatur County Memorial Hospital offers should consider attending an event scheduled to take place next week.

DECATUR COUNTY – Over 24 days, the Decatur County Traffic Safety Partnership issued 110 citations and made 10 arrests as part of the national “Click It or Ticket” mobilization.

(Editor’s note: This is the last in a series of stories about Decatur County’s Civil War Medal of Honor recipients.)

GREENSBURG – The annual Meals for Wheels fundraiser at the Knights of Columbus recently proved that wine tasting is not just for the elite, and that, with the help of friends, hard work can still be fun.

GREENSBURG — Local quilting and fabric artists Nancy Derheimer, Margaret Parker, Judy Glore and Columbus resident Jan Wantz have been commissioned by the law firm of Church, Church, Hittle + Antrim to create quilts to decorate board rooms of their Noblesville office.

GREENSBURG — The days are getting warmer, which means Allen Memorial Pool is open and the Decatur County Parks and Recreation Department is hosting swimming lessons.

BATESVILLE – The ninth annual Ride to Remember honoring 16 fallen marines and soldiers with ties to Southeast Indiana is today and Sunday.

GREENSBURG – There are seven early warning “sirens” installed atop telephone poles throughout Decatur County’s Washington Township. Anyone within earshot of one can attest to their efficiency at high noon on Fridays, when they are tested weekly.

GREENSBURG — Taking advantage of one of the few days this spring dry enough for planting corn, the second annual Farmers Feeding the Flock fundraiser recently took flight.

FRANKLIN COUNTY – State Senator Jean Leising (R-Oldenburg) would like to see high-speed, broadband Internet access more readily available in rural areas of the Hoosier state.

GREENSBURG — As they do yearly, the Decatur County Family YMCA is hosting a free summer feeding program.

GREENSBURG – Approximately 140 runners and walkers endured a chilly, damp morning to “Walk the Plank” Saturday.

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