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Schools shift personnel
With the start of school right around the corner, the Jennings County School Board has been busy approving new employees for the 2018-19 school year.
There was one surprise at their meeting on June 25. That came when Teresa Brown, Jennings County School Corp. (JCSC) superintendent, asked the board to approve transferring Nicole Johnson as the district's new director of special services.
The position became vacant earlier in the month when Jeanie Koelmel decided to move to the vacant principal position at the Jennings County Middle School.
At the same meeting when Koelmel was approved as JCMS principal, Johnson, previously prinicipal at North Ver­non Elementary School, was approved a the new principal at Scipio Ele­men­tary School.
"I don't like the chess game that is being played with our administrators," said board member Travis Shepherd prior to the vote on Johnson's new position. "I don't have anything against you personally Nikki. The problem I have is I didn't learn about this until just a while ago."


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A total of $101,800 was bid and collected during the 2018 Jennings County 4-H livestock auction at last month's Jennings County Fair.The event was held in the Jack Heath Livestock Pavilion on the fairgrounds and capped a week full of 4-H activities during the 18th annual fair."We had a very good auction," said Melessa Wiesehan, 4-H Youth Development educator with the Jennings County Extension Service. "We are grateful to all who came to the event, especially the bidders."Auction results are listed by 4-H member, type of livestock, top bidder...


NEWS
Manhunt underway in Commiskey

A manhunt continues as of Wednesday morning in the Commiskey-Paris Crossing area for a Madison man who eluded police in a foot chase on Tuesday.
Joseph M. Guadag­noli, 26, who is wanted on a parole warrant, fled from law enforcement officers who were investigating an alleged shooting incident.
"We believe he is armed," said Col. Jeff Day of the Jennings County Sheriff's Department. "He may be out of the area by now or he may have taken refuge somewhere nearby. There are so many remote areas."


• Seal work starts this week on SR 3
• Young: Bills will help people with retirement, economic security
• Vaccine clinic to be closed this week
• No Essential Service Committee meeting

OBITUARIES
Roger G. Robbins, 74, Jewell-Rittman Family Funeral Home



• Patricia Ann Egbert Austin, 87, Voss & Sons Funeral Service
• Cheree D. Boyce, 53, Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home
• Mason Matthew Carmer, infant son, Greensburg.
• Timothy A. Lee, 60, Voss & Sons Funeral Service

SPORTS

Football camp lots of fun

This week, the Jennings County High School football team hosted a camp for players involved in the Jennings County Youth Football program and players on the Jennings County Middle School squad. Players learned proper technique for tackling, blocking and positions they play.


• Lady Panther volleyball off to strong strart
• Wilson trio turbo charges into lead in men's golf league
• It is almost that time
• JC Youth Football releases times, days for equipment pick-up

Editor's Notebook

'We draw strength from each other'

For around 15 years, a group of over a dozen people from Jennings and Decatur counties have gathered every Wednesday morning.
Every week they meet religiously - a pun that seems most appropriate - for prayer, fellowship and breakfast. Absenteeism is virtually nil for the Wednesday Morning Breakfast Club.
"It is a group like no other I've ever been associated with," said Ruth Ann Horstman of North Vernon. "We all look forward to Wednesdays and a visit with our friends."


• Happy father of the bride
• Bigtime thrills for horse racing fans
• Great stories, big laughs
• Young NV star hits big time

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Meet the new K9 on the block
Meet the new K9 on the block
North Vernon Police Department K9 Officer Shane Trepanier, left, and Police Chief James Webster introduce NVPD's new K9, Zobi, at the North Vernon City Council meeting last week. Since completing his training and joining the police department full time last month, Zobi has been instrumental in numerous cases, according to Webster. "We're very glad to have a K9 back on our force again," he said. NVPD's previous K9, Heros, retired last February after over seven years of duty.-Staff Photo by Bryce Mayer




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