Ship's Serviceman Seaman Quinn Adrian, from Scipio, assigned to the USS Gerald R. Ford's (CVN 78) supply department, receives an "Academic Achievement" award from Lt. Cmdr. Fred Masten, Ford's security officer, during an in-port security force (ISF) class graduation. Twenty-nine sailors graduated the three-week ISF course.-Submitted U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Cat Campbell
After the recent open house for STEM participants, you can be sure that this program focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math is here to stay.
Over 300 people attended the event held at Jennings County High School showcasing student work in this field as well as featured speakers commenting on the importance of embracing STEM programming in today's educational process. Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Kaitlin Nicole Welch, daughter of Kathy Langdon Welch of Butlerville, and the late Charles Welch, graduated with a master's degree in social work on Sunday, May 5 ,from the University of Kentucky in Lexington. Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Eight winners of the SEI Communications scholarships have been selected for 2019.
This is the 27th year for the Southeastern Indiana Rural Telephone scholarship awards. The eight $500 awards are made available from the Southeastern Indiana Rural Telephone Cooperative and SEI Data, a subsidiary of SEI Communications, to area high school seniors each year. Wednesday, May 22, 2019
The North Vernon woman's last day of work at the St. Vincent de Paul Society's thrift store was Monday, April 29.
"Mrs. Lee has been a volunteer at St. Vincent de Paul from the very beginning, some 36 years ago," said Pat Dickerson, another volunteer with the nonprofit group and St. Mary's ministry. "We held a surprise reception for Mrs. Lee to celebrate her remarkable volunteering history. Around 30 other volunteers were on hand along with one of her sons, Richard Lee. Mrs. Lee was delighted that the organization took the time to acknowledge her efforts." Wednesday, May 22, 2019
A woman who surely holds the longevity record right now in the Jennings County School System has made "the toughest decision" in her life. After 47 years, Mary Lynn Whitcomb has opted for retirement at the end of this school year.