Zeta Chapter of Kappa Kappa Sigma Sorority, Inc. met September 28, 2020 at Grand Avenue Methodist Church. Nineteen members sang the Loyalty song to open the meeting. Laura Shoemaker, president and officers led the opening ceremony. Jenny Friend, secretary, read the minutes from the September…
As a way to give back to their community, the Connersville High School class of 2015 started an endowment through the Fayette Community Foundation. The idea was proposed at their recent reunion in August.
When Jeremy Noah takes off, he’s not thinking much about why he flies his ultralight. At that point, he’s trying to make sure there are no birds in the way and he’s thinking about what’s ahead.
NASHVILLE, Tennessee — Hunter Johns of Connersville graduated cum laude from Belmont University on Aug. 7 with a bachelor of arts degree in motion pictures, and a minor in theater.
At the age of 44, Kim Johnson never quite imagined that one day in the year 2020 she would become unemployed due to a widespread virus pandemic.
“Stool Samples” might not sound like something you’d leave around the house, but the Whitewater Valley Arts Association is hoping you’ll buy at least one of theirs.
A local farm operation is finding success with a crop they started raising just a few years ago. Adding to the farm’s diversification, the owners are getting ready to open a home where visitors can stay for awhile and learn about farming.
MARSHALL: Born to Breanna and Daniel Marshall of New Castle, a daughter, Roselee Mischelle Marshall, at 6:42 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 14, 2020, at Henry County Health. She weighed 8 pounds 1.6 ounces and measured 19.5 inches.
The Hoosier Blue and Gray Civil War Round Table will begin its 2020-21 Campaign of meetings this Thursday evening. Beginning at 7 p.m., the meeting will be held in its new home, Lumpy’s Café at 20 N. Foote St., Cambridge City.
METAMORA — A path chopped through the woods by men and dug by horse-drawn machines once connected the manufacturing and farming interests of the northern Whitewater River to an Ohio River port at Lawrenceburg.
A recent Connersville High School graduate is pursuing her life dream thanks, in large part, to the generosity of a couple who left a generous bequest to provide an all-costs paid scholarship.
Museum: Fayette County Historical Museum, 200 W. 5th St., open 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday; other times by appointment, by contacting Sam Harvey, president, at 765-265-1807. Free admission.