Versailles man leads police on 2 hour pursuit

first_imgRIPLEY COUNTY, Ind. –A Versailles man was arrested after a 2-hour long pursuit through Ripley, Dearborn, and Franklin Counties Thursday night.The Ripley County Sheriff’s Department says that a reserve deputy attempted to stop Jesse Gabbard, 23, in Sunman for his car being too loud.Instead of stopping, he fled in excess of 80 miles per hour.Officers used stop sticks to stop Gabbard’s about 30 minutes into the pursuit, but police say he still refused to stop and led police on a slower pursuit (25 – 45 MPH) for around 90 minutes.Gabbard’s car eventually stopped south of Osgood on US 421 when it ran out of gas.Gabbard was arrested on the charge of Resisting Law Enforcement.It took the fleeing vehicle running out of gas to end a two-hour police chase in Ripley County Thursday night.last_img read more

Treva G. Meyers-Ragle

first_imgTreva G. Meyers-Ragle, of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, passed away March 16, 2017.She was born December 21, 1937 in Knox County, IN, daughter of the late Virgil Raney and Mary E. McCord Raney.She was a member of Hope Baptist Church. Treva enjoyed yard sales. She was an artist, she enjoyed painting, had a good sense of humor and she was a good cook. She enjoyed crafts, babysitting and she took care of everyone, she was a nurturing person. Treva was an excellent wife, mom and grandma, and she will be greatly missed.Surviving are children, Rachel (late Daniel) Lea of Lawrenceburg, IN, Paul (Dianna) Meyers of Sparta, MI, Dara (Dana) Swanson of Bennington, IN, Shawn Meyers of Louisville, KY; half siblings, Esther Maddox and Rex Raney both of Indianapolis, IN; grandchildren, Isaac, Aaron & Levi Martin and Caden Meyers; great grandchildren, Tristan Martin and Kennedy Johnson.She was preceded in death by her parents, Virgil and Mary; husbands, Lawrence Meyers and Donald Ragle and a half brother, Ronnie Raney.Friends will be received Tuesday, March 21, 2017, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm at the Hope Baptist Church, 15593 US 50, Dillsboro Indiana 47018.Services will be held at the Church at 6:00 pm with Pastor Tom Holt officiating.Contributions may be made to the family. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.comlast_img read more

Chris Perdue wins gold medal

first_imgUPDATE: SCHLADMING, AUSTRIA — Special Olympics Indiana – Ripley Ohio Dearborn Counties’ (SOIN-ROD) athlete, Chris Perdue, of Osgood, IND, won gold at the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games.The Games began March 14 and will continue until March 25 in Graz, Schladming-Rohrmoos and Ramsau, Austria.Perdue, a 17-year-old South Ripley High School student, wrapped up competition after setting a new personal record and winning his division in the Snowboarding – Advanced Giant Slalom.Competition Results:Snowboarding – Advanced Super GMarch 19, 2017Time:  1:11.90Place:  5thSnowboarding – Advanced Giant SlalomMarch 21, 2017Time:  2:10.90Place:  1stTo view the full race results, visit competed against athletes from all around the world. In the Advanced Giant Slalom event he challenged a total of eight athletes from New Zealand, Switzerland, Japan, Austria, Korea and fellow Team USA member Jeremy Beckham in his division.“I have never been more proud of Chris,” said Perdue’s mom Sherry Carroll. “He has inspired me and he is inspiring others to give it their best.”During the Snowboarding Advanced Giant Slalom competition, athletes take two runs down a course making their way around gates. The two times are combined for their final time.During Perdue’s first run he set a personal record and was in third place behind athletes from Switzerland and New Zealand. On the second run Perdue again set a personal record shaving approximately five seconds from his time to capture the gold.“Chris’ second run impressed us all,” said Perdue’s local coach Jimmy Laub. “He nailed everything we have been practicing and I could not be more proud he is coming home with gold.”ORIGINAL STORY:GRAZ AND SCHLADMING, AUSTRIA –WRBI has learned that Osgood native, Chris Perdue, captured first place today in the Advance Giant Slalom at the Special Olympics World Winter Games in Austria.The Gold medal ceremony for Perdue will be tomorrow and you can watch it live on the Special Olympics Indiana Ripley, Ohio, Dearborn County’s Facebook page beginning at 5:00 EDT.last_img read more

MainSource receives regulatory approval to acquire FCB

first_imgGREENSBURG, Ind. — MainSource Bank has been approved by the Federal Reserve Bank and the Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions to merge with The First Capital Bank of Kentucky or FCB.FCB is headquartered in Louisville and operates 7 branches in the Louisville area.The merger remains subject to approval by the shareholders of FCB and other closing conditions.The merger is expected to be completed during the second quarter of 2017.last_img

Wildcats Place 1st At Lawrenceburg Unified Meet

first_imgOn Wednesday, May 2, the Franklin County Wildcats visited the Lawrenceburg Tigers to compete in a their second Unified Meet in the same amount of weeks. Both teams did their best and had lots of fun competing against one another. Franklin County will travel to Edgewood High School on Saturday, May 12, to compete in a multi-school tournament.Franklin County results from the Lawrenceburg meet to follow the article.Results:Girls Long Jump:Kinsey Murray 11’1″Audra Lovins 3’8″Boys Long Jump:Trevor Murray 16’8.5″Bradley Burger 4’0″Girls Shot Put:Emily Murray 22’10”Allyson Klei 16’11.5″Boys Shot Put:Braydon Ertel 41′.5″Sugar Shane 24’7.5″Girls 100M Dash:Kendyl Brack 15.00Kennedy Kiracofe 17.15Allyson Klei 22.07Audra Lovins 24.65Boys 100M Dash:Braydon Ertel 13.08Isaiah Webster 14.08Sugar Shane 16.06Girls 400M Dash:Sydney Stokes 1:24Boys 400M Dash:Trevor Murray 1:05Bradley Burger 1:55last_img read more

State officials recommend hepatitis, other vaccines

first_imgIndianapolis, In. — Since November 2017, the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) has been investigating an outbreak of acute hepatitis A virus (HAV). Cases have been infected with HAV strains genetically linked to outbreaks across the United States. Indiana has an average of 20 cases of hepatitis A per 12 month period.Indiana is one of 10 states experiencing a hepatitis A outbreak, and outbreak-related cases have been confirmed across the state. Information on other outbreaks can be accessed from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website. Transmission is presumed to occur person to person; no contaminated commercial food product has been identified. Based on CDC guidelines, populations who are homeless, transient, incarcerated or use illicit drugs and their close direct contacts are considered at increased risk of exposure to hepatitis A.To reduce the risk of hepatitis A transmission, people who have not received two doses of hepatitis A vaccine may ask their health care providers for protection. Additionally, always wash your hands with soap and water after going to the bathroom, after changing diapers and before preparing meals for yourself and others. Do not attend work or school if you are experiencing symptoms of hepatitis A, which include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite, tiredness, stomach ache, fever, dark-colored (cola) urine, light-colored stool and jaundice (yellowing of skin and eyes). Symptoms may take as many as 50 days from exposure to appear.As families prepare for the 2018-19 school year it’s important to check vaccination records. Recommended guidelines are here.last_img read more

August 10, Police Blotter

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October 16, 2018 Police Blotter

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Beta Sigma Phi ‘Holiday Bazaar’ this weekend

first_imgBatesville, In. — Beta Sigma Phi Theta Nu will hold their Annual Holiday Bazaar Sunday, November 4 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Batesville Primary School.The show includes many handmade items from more than 100 regional crafters. There will also be a Cookie Walk, raffle and hotdogs for lunch.All proceeds benefit local charities.last_img

Liverpool star rules out summer exit

first_imgDivock Origi has admitted that is happy at Liverpool and wants to remain at the club and develop under Jurgen Klopp’s charge. Loading… Origi also revealed what it felt like to score a Champions League final winning goal, adding: “I took a lot of pleasure from that moment. It was a very calm moment. “I was able to connect with the supporters. I saw their facial expressions. It is a feeling that is very difficult to explain. “[Andy] Robertson jumped on my back, Fabinho joined and Virgil [van Dijk]. Unbelievable. “The more days pass, the more I can enjoy it. It’s like wine, it matures with time.” Meanwhile, Kylian Mbappe is said to be considering a massive new PSG deal that would reportedly put him on the same salary tier as £600,000-a-week Neymar. read also:Liverpool closing in on £110m double deal for Lille’s Soumare, Osimhen The hottest property in world football has been strongly linked with moves to both Liverpool and Real Madrid this summer, but it appears that the French giants are ready to throw their financial might at the 21-year-old in an effort to make him stay. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The Belgian international striker signed a long-term deal last summer, following his crucial goals throughout the 2018/19 campaign. Origi scored the all-important Anfield brace which helped down Barcelona in the semi-final of the Champions League last year, and it was his strike against Tottenham which sealed Liverpool’s sixth title in Madrid back in June. Speaking to Het Laatste Nieuws, as cited by Goal, the 25-year-old admitted he wants to keep improving at Anfield and is not interested in looking for a regular starting job elsewhere – despite Liverpool’s links to the likes of Kylian Mbappe and Timo Werner. “I am a better player than last year,” the forward explained. “Klopp has given me the space to develop myself. “I always listen to my instinct and continue to work. We have spoken with Liverpool and we have a nice course ahead of us. I just want to get better here. “It is a project for me and I want to follow it. I don’t know how long I will do that. I feel that I am making progress, so it was a pity that the season stopped [due to coronavirus].” Promoted Content10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic Bombs7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemA Rihanna Museum Is Probably Opening SoonThe Best Cars Of All TimeLil Nas X Is About To Beat A World Record!last_img read more