On a cold, rainy day last week, with nothing else to do, I decided to clean up my home … screen. Over the years, I’ve downloaded various apps to my cell phone, many of which I either never used, or I found too frustrating to get them to work properly. Here are a few that I have just deleted:
Classic car fans got a treat, as cars from the Indiana Region of Classic Car Clubs of America paid a visit on the Fayette County Historical Museum on Saturday.
In Connersville and Fayette county history, only a few local names have made it all the way around the world and achieved a recognizable place in the area of manufacturing.
Girl Scount Troop 4663 had a great time with Connersville Police Officer Clint Brown Thursday evening learning about peer pressure and Halloween safety. The troop was able to talk to the police and learn about their police cars.
The COVID-19 pandemic has done more than its share of damage to employment and in many parts of the country, has created a crisis for some who have been put out of work.
The COVID-19 pandemic created a situation in which students were given the choice to participate in the classroom or take part in the MySchool Online program.
Monday through Friday, many Connersville High School students have been reciting lines and practicing on the stage at Robert E. Wise Auditorium for their roles in “The Count of Monte Cristo.”
On Tuesday, around 1:50 p.m., The Fayette County EMS was dispatched along with Everton Fire Department, Connersville Fire Department, Fayette County Sheriffs Department and Connersville Police Department to a single vehicle accident with injury in the 5000 block of Alquina Rd. Upon arrival c…
If you had to choose one food to live on for the rest of your life, what would it be? I provide this question as a public service for those in long-term relationships who are pretty much stuck at home and desperately need something to debate.
The Everton Volunteer Fire Department Incorporated was notified on Aug. 21, 2020 by FEMA Safer Grant award letter that they had been awarded a grant to purchase an LED Sign for the front of their station along SR1 South of Connersville.
After more than 20 years of service through her work with the Fayette Community Foundation, Executive Director Anna Dungan will be shifting her focus ... more to herself and her family.
The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) announced this week Reid Health and Reid Health Physician Associates have again earned “2020 CHIME HealthCare’s Most Wired” special recognition awards.
Connersville residents have been having issues with their trash pick up in recent weeks due to a truck being down. Connersville Street Department Superintendent Brad Colter is hoping to fix the problem.
The Connersville Emergency Department has been granted a three-year certification as a Stroke Ready Center by Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (HFAP), the nation’s original independent, accreditation program.
Eagles President Anthony Jarboe presented a plaque to Dustin Schuck Thursday evening naming him Eagles Member of the Year. The award goes to the Eagles Member for outstanding Service to the club.
Children at Little Spartans Preschool watched fire safety demonstrations on Thursday. Firefighter Kyle Buckles, right, shows the children one of the many tools they use to fight fires.
Fayette County is at a 1.88 percent positivity rate, which is low compared to past numbers but Thursday afternoon, 11 new cases were reported from a local nursing home.