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Long-time fairgoers and those who stayed away this year because of the coronavirus will have a chance to eat the fried chicken dinner usually prepared by St. Gabriel parish.

Discover Connersville typically has a large fundraiser in May and other small ones. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed that. In order to raise funds for downtown renovations and beautification, it is having a raffle, “Wine, Dine & Good Time.”

Members and guests of Altrusa International of Connersville, Indiana, Inc. met for the final time on June 15 at the Ole Rooste restaurant.

Atlee Kidd scrapes paint chips off of a fire hydrant near Frazee Elementary School on West 3rd Street Thursday morning before repainting it. Kidd is working for the city of Connersville this summer.

Conner Quilters awarded their annual scholarship to Reagan Patton, daughter of Jason Patton and Hollie Benton. She plans on attending Ball State University in the fall to study pediatric oncology. Pictured are, from left, from Lori Dickerson, Reagan Patton, Judy Bryson; and in back, Lillian …

Members of the Fayette Garden Club and friends recently planted 17 downtown planters and the circle at the Clio Fountain at Central and Virginia avenues. Pictured at the fountain are, from left, Linda Mason, Kathy Rhodes, Barbara Hickman, Becky Kalkhoff, Donna Scott, Carol Miller, Connie Rob…

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With most public places closed, the Whitewater Valley Arts Association is having its first Members’ Virtual Exhibition.

Connersville Lions Club donated $1,200 to Crosspointe Biker Church to help feed people in the community. Pictured are Pastor Chris Lovett, left, receiving the check from Lions Club President Bob Powell. They practiced safe distancing by using tongs to transfer the check.

Many organizations are cancelling functions because of the COVID-19 outbreak. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued guidance recommending that meetings should be limited to 10 or fewer people.

Many organizations are cancelling functions because of the COVID-19 outbreak. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued guidance recommending that meetings should be limited to 10 or fewer people.

Many organizations are cancelling functions because of the COVID-19 outbreak. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued guidance recommending that meetings should be limited to 10 or fewer people.

Many organizations are cancelling functions because of the COVID-19 outbreak. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued guidance recommending that meetings should be limited to 10 or fewer people.

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News-Examiner: The Connersville News-Examiner office, 406 Central Ave., is closed. Staff is working from home. Please call the local number, 765-825-0582 ext. 247, and leave a message. For advertising concerns, send email to classifieds@news examiner.com; for news, obituaries and letters, se…

News-Examiner: The Connersville News-Examiner office, 406 Central Ave., is closed. Staff is working from home. Please call the local number, 765-825-0582 ext. 247, and leave a message. For advertising concerns, send email to classifieds@news examiner.com; for news, obituaries and letters, se…

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News-Examiner: The Connersville News-Examiner office, 406 Central Ave., is closed. Staff is working from home. Please call the local number, 765-825-0582 ext. 247, and leave a message. For advertising concerns, send email to classifieds@news examiner.com; for news, obituaries and letters, to…

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News-Examiner: The Connersville News-Examiner office, 406 Central Ave., is closed to the public. The newspaper staff will be available by telephone and email. Please call the local number, 765-825-0582 ext. 247, and leave a message.

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News-Examiner: The Connersville News-Examiner office, 406 Central Ave., is closed to the public. The paper will be fewer pages during the COVID-19 outbreak. The newspaper staff will be available by telephone and email. Please call the local number, 765-825-0582 ext. 247, and ask for the staf…

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News-Examiner: The Connersville News-Examiner office, 406 Central Ave., is closed to the public. The paper will be fewer pages during the COVID-19 outbreak. The newspaper staff will be available by telephone and email. Please call the local number, 765-825-0582 ext. 247, and ask for the staf…

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News-Examiner: The Connersville News-Examiner office, 406 Central Ave., is closed to the public. The paper will be fewer pages during the COVID-19 outbreak. The newspaper staff will be available by telephone and email. Please call the local number, 765-825-0582 ext. 247, and ask for the staf…

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Many organizations are cancelling functions because of the COVID-19 outbreak. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued guidance recommending that meetings of 50 people or more should be cancelled.

The first meeting of the Alquina Aces 4H Club was Thursday, March 5, at Leader Megan Kidd’s barn.

The March meeting of the Hoosier Blue and Gray Civil War Round Table will be conducted at 7 p.m. Thursday in the basement of the Huddleston Farmhouse red barn in Mt. Auburn.

Every strong community has people who care enough to take an active role in building and maintaining their community. Whether we live in our hometown or a place we’ve adopted and come to love, those who want the best will take part in making it the best.