Friends gathered Dec. 18 to honor Jeanie Greathouse upon her retirement. An article in an earlier edition of the Plain Dealer & Sun chronicled how she ran her Antique Store for 36 years in the heart of downtown North Vernon. She retired as of Dec. 31. Those present when the photo was taken were, starting with the guest of honor who is standing at center right and going left around the table are Donnie Miller, Amy Thompson, Larry Greathouse; Stephanie and Bob Giddens; Reggie and Judy Ross; Wayne Stearns; "Red Ear" Perkinson; Debbie Biehle; Donna Perkinson; Judi and Scott Brown; and Mike Miller.-Submitted Photo by Wayne Stearns
Editor's Note: The following story is about former NV resident Tom Gegax, whose parents Lib and Bill Gegax were very active in the community when they lived here years ago. Tom went on to a successful business career in Minneapolis and the Midwest. In addition to being a published author, his attention has now turned to documentary filmmaking. Read on. Wednesday, January 20, 2021
In a peaceful transition of power, soldiers with the 38th Infantry Division, aka the Cyclone Division, changed commanders during a ceremony at Camp Atterbury earlier this month. Wednesday, January 20, 2021
The Schneck Foundation Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce it is accepting applications for the Allied Health Scholarship and the Amanda M. Dick Honorary Scholarship for female medical students.
Beginning January 15, 2021, applications for either scholarship may be obtained online at www.schneckfoundation.org, www.schneckmed.org, or by contacting the Schneck Foundation at 812-524-4244. Wednesday, January 20, 2021
Indiana Farm Bureau was the recipient of a New Horizon Award in the best new program category by the American Farm Bureau Federation at the AFBF Convention, which was held virtually through January 13. Wednesday, January 20, 2021