Purdue Football

first_imgWhen will the Purdue Boilermakers ever get their football program straightened out?  This year like every year since Joe Tiller retired they get worse as the season goes on instead of getting better.  They continue to make the same mistakes and the recruiting is horrible.IU and Minnesota turned their programs around and Minnesota almost made the Big Ten playoff game this year.  If it were not for key injuries IU would have been a good bowl prospect as well.  Nebraska fired their coach for only winning nine games a year.  Purdue has barely won that many games in four years.When it comes to hiring prospective coaches the administration seems to think that only obscure coaches can fit the Purdue family of coaches.  How about trying someone from a power football school and see if that will work.  It sure couldn’t be any worse than their last two hires.last_img read more

INDOT doubling up against winter with tow plows

first_imgINDOT tow plows can cover two lanes at one time.INDIANAPOLIS – INDOT is introducing new tow plows to its winter arsenal for combating snow and ice on interstates, highways and state roads.A tow plow allows one plow truck to clear two lanes at once, providing more consistent driving conditions and optimizing fuel usage, equipment and labor.The tow plow and material spreader are pulled behind and to the side of an INDOT plow truck, and the driver can control its functions.Drivers traveling on I-74 between Greensburg and Indianapolis may see the tow plows if severe weather strikes the area this winter.Transportation officials say motorists should not attempt to pass a tow plow if all lanes are blocked, but stay a safe distance and speed behind the plows.last_img read more

Area High School Basketball Scores

first_imgWRBI Area Basketball Scores.Thursday (1-15)Boys Basketball Scores.Greensburg  69     Batesville  41Greensburg JV won 41-36East Central  56     Franklin County  44Girls Basketball Scores.South Ripley  43     Rising Sun  38Oldenburg  45     S. Dearborn  23North Decatur  48     SW Shelby  40Henryville  42     SW Hanover  33Brownstown Central  68     Hauser  26Eastern Hancock  76     Morristown  68last_img

Bulldogs Middle School Cross Country Results At South Dearborn

first_imgThe Batesville Middle School boys won the South Dearborn Invitational against Greensburg, Gray, Rushville, Switzerland County, Sunman Dearborn, and South Dearborn on Monday. Joshua Myers wont the boys race, followed by Dillon Murray, 2nd, James Kuisel, 4th, Tyler Kuntz, 12th, Eli Pierson, 13th, Ean Loichinger, 14th, and Charlie Laymon, 16th.Kaleb McBeath won the boys reserve race, followed by Nolan Smith, 2nd, Evan Vogelsang, 3rd, Aaron Weber, 6th, Cayden Pohlman, 7th, Nathan Villani 8th, Will Nuhring, 14th, Kent Meyers, 17th, and Juan Garcia, 20th.The Batesville Middle School girls finished second in the South Dearborn Invitational against Greensburg, Gray, Rushville, Switzerland County, Sunman Dearborn, and South Dearborn on Monday. Liz Loichinger finished 3rd in the girls race, followed by Lexi Huber, 10th, Lily Pinckley, 14th, Sarah Ripperger, 16th, Sarah Price, 19th, Maria Lopez, 20th, and Katie Olsen, 24th.Allie Redwine finished 2nd in the girls reserve race, followed by Lily Meyer, 4th, Catherine Raab, 10th, Rachael Goldsmith, 11th, Callie Main 13th, Isabel Smith, 14th, and Ava Ralston 17th.South Dearborn Invitational Results.Boys.  Batesville 32, Gray 80, Switzerland County 91, Greensburg 94, Sunman Dearborn 102, South Dearborn 158, and Rushville 169.Girls.  Greensburg 28, Batesville 62, Sunman Dearborn 85, Rushville 92, Gray 145, South Dearborn 147, and Switzerland County 170.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Derek Suits.last_img read more

Patricia Ashcraft

first_imgPatricia Ashcraft, 79 of Milan, passed away Monday November 7, 2016 at the Waters of Dillsboro. Patricia was born Monday January 18, 1937 in Cincinnati, Ohio the daughter of Arthur and Marie (Lawson) Bauer. She married Billy Curtis Ashcraft November 16, 2002 and he preceded her in death August 29, 2006.Patricia was a homemaker. She loved taking care of the garden, flowers, cooking, making quilts, and she enjoyed painting, ceramics and spending time with her family.Patricia is survived by Son: Richard Eads of Milan; Daughter: Melissa (Doug) Proffitt of Cincinnati; brother: Arthur “Bill” Bauer of Cincinnati; Sisters: Ruth Creech and Alice Joseph both of Ohio.  14 Grandchildren, 14 Great-Grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, and one son: David Eads, two daughters: Patricia Eads and Brenda Sandlin, and brother Hubert Bauer.Funeral service will be 12 PM Friday November 11, 2016 at Laws-Carr-Moore funeral home.  Burial will follow in New Craven Cemetery. Visitation will be 10AM-12PM Friday also at the funeral home.  Memorials may be given to the American Cancer Society.  Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, Box 243, 707 South Main Street Milan, IN 47031; (812)654-2141.  Go to www.lawscarrmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family.last_img read more

Decatur County YMCA receives grant for after-school education

first_imgGREENSBURG, Ind. — The Decatur County Family YMCA received a $168,750 grant from the Indiana Department of Education.The YMCA was one of 57 organizations from across the state to receive a grant.The awards are provided to groups that provide out-of-school time enrichment programs.The Decatur County YMCA will use the funds for tools that will benefit their after-school program at the Greensburg Elementary School.last_img

Greensburg Prevention Group needs survey responses

first_imgGREENSBURG, Ind. — The Greensburg Prevention Group is asking adults within the city limits to complete a Community Perception Survey.The group will use the survey responses to determine what the city’s worst substance abuse issues are and how to address them.Survey questions include topics such as alcohol, prescription drugs, marijuana, heroin, and underage consumption.The Greensburg Prevention Group would like to receive 300 responses by April 30.last_img

Girls Area Softball Sectional Scores (5-23)

first_imgGirls Area Softball Sectional Scores.Tuesday  (5-23)Class 1A-Sectional 60 @ Rising Sun.Hauser  10     South Decatur  0Oldenburg  16     Shawe Memorial  0Class 2A-Sectional 45 @ Switz. County.SW-Hanover  12     North Decatur  0Milan  12     Switzerland County  1Class 3A-Sectional 29 @ Madison.Connersville  8     Greensburg  7Franklin County  4     Lawrenceburg  1Class 4A-Sectional 14 @ Bloomington North.Bloomington North  4     East Central  0Bloomington South  8     Columbus North  0last_img read more

Lady Eagles Battle Lady Tigers On The Links

first_imgGolf ball about to fall into the cup at sunsetThe Jac-Cen-Del Lady Eagles were defeated by The Lawrenceburg Lady Tigers 214-274 at North Branch Golf Course.JCD-Carrera Cameron 65, Lindsey Linville 70, Annalise Boor 68,       Chloe Strassell 71, Ryley Ruble 72.Lawrenceburg-Whitney Smart 47, Bailey Johnson 49, Hannah Williamson 59, Lizzy Lusk 67, Merissa Meyers 59.Courtesy of Eagles Coach Brad Goldsberry.last_img

Vegas comes to the ‘Big Four’

first_imgBatesville, In. — The Big Four Café restaurant will continue operations under the ownership/management of Chef Devin Murchin, who is relocating to Batesville from Las Vegas where he was a chef at Caesars Palace reports spokeswoman Mary Ellen Rippe.  “A seamless transition to Chef Devin will take place by the end of February” she adds. Breakfast and lunch will continue to be served with an all new menu that takes advantage of local, fresh infused ingredients and provides patrons with more choices for everyday and seasonal favorites. Devin is returning home to Batesville where he graduated from Batesville High School in 1998. Utilizing his experience from Caesars, where thousands of meals were served every day, combined with his creative culinary skills learned from Johnson and Wales, will bring a fresh foodie experience to diners.“I’m excited to be returning to Batesville with my family and becoming a part of this community” states Devin. “I look forward to sharing my 25 years of experience and extensive training in Italian, French, Mexican, Asian, Mediterranean and Eastern European Cuisine with our guests”.Located in the heart of downtown Batesville, the Big Four Café is on the historic RomWeber Campus at 121 S. Depot Street. Hours of operation will not change with food service beginning from 7:00 am to 2:00 pm Monday through Friday and from 7:00 am to 1:00 pm Saturday and Sunday. For more information visit the website at www.bigfourcafe.com.last_img read more