Public Record 8-14-18

The following arrests list was obtained from the county sheriff. It contains arrests made by police agencies in the county.
Brandon Edward Huffman, 38, of 323 Second St., Aurora, was arrested at 2:19 p.m. Friday, June 15, for theft and possession of marijuana.

Keshia Marie Baker, 30, of P.O. Box 96, Aurora, was arrested at 3:55 a.m. Saturday, June 16, for possession of a syringe and resisting law enforcement.

Andy Lee Callahan, 34, of 18080 Streetcar Road, Brookville, was arrested at 11:16 a.m. Saturday, June 16, for theft.

Ginder named Realtor of the Year

Pamela Ryle Ginder was recently named 2018 Realtor of the Year for the Southeastern Indiana Board.

In 1994 Ginder purchased a RE/MAX franchise from RE/MAX of Indiana. She is managing broker of RE/MAX Advantage 1, 403 George St, Aurora, managing an office with nine associate brokers and one licensed trainee appraiser.

Since becoming a member in 1979, Ginder has contributed to the growth of the Southeastern Indiana  Board of Realtors, including serving as president.


Ivy Tech special events help residents enroll

Ivy Tech Community College is holding two special enrollment events in early August to help residents get started in pursuing their educational goals and advancing their careers.

Express Enrollment Days will be from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 9, and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 11, at Ivy Tech Lawrenceburg, 50 Walnut St., and at Ivy Tech Batesville, 1 Ivy Tech Drive. Ivy Tech employees will be on hand to help anyone interested in enrolling at the College.


Future professional leaders score scholarships 

Six students from Lawrenceburg, South Dearborn, and East Central high schools have been awarded Dearborn County Young Professionals’ Future Leader of Dearborn County Scholarships.  

DCYP recently presented its annual scholarships recognizing graduating high school seniors’ strong leadership, academic excellence, and big ideas. This year’s six scholarships totaled $1,900. Amounts awarded to each student were based on the overall merits of their application.


New Dearborn Co. agent joins Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance

Phil Wenning has joined Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance as an agent. He will be based in the Aurora office located at 722 Green Blvd.

Wenning studied at Purdue University and is a member of the Indiana Assessors Organization. Upon becoming an agent, he completed Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance’s professional insurance training program.

Wenning and his wife, Kathleen, reside in North Bend, Ohio. They attend St. Mary Catholic Church. They have five grown children and 11 grandchildren. In his spare time, he enjoys sports, camping and DIY home remodeling.


Business owners are living (above) the dream

It had always been a dream of Susan and Scott McLain to own a store and live above it. When Scott visited family in Aurora, he found an ad for a store for sale in Lawrenceburg that seemed to be just what they wanted. They decided to live their dream and bought the store at 134 Walnut Street in Lawrenceburg.

The McLains love their store and they love its history. It used to be the Frankel men’s clothing store, and when that store closed, it was the oldest men’s clothing store in Indiana.


Learn about succession planning for family farm

Registration is open for Indiana Agricultural Law Foundation’s 2018 Estate and Succession Planning for the Family Farm event in Indianapolis.
Family farmers and attorneys are encouraged to attend Tuesday, July 17 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Indiana Farm Bureau headquarters to learn about estate and succession planning as it pertains to the long-term future of family farms.


John Race retires after 25 years as Friendship State Bank director

John Race, Dillsboro, attended his last Friendship State Bank Board of Directors meeting on Wednesday, May 17 when he retired as a director.

Race and his wife of 50 years are natives of the Dillsboro area. He recalled hayrides and heading to Friendship most Saturday nights as a kid where his dad played music.


Indiana Chamber scores state legislators on 2018 voting records

Each year, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce holds state lawmakers accountable for their voting records on pro-jobs, pro-economy legislation.

The 2018 results were revealed in the organization’s annual Legislative Vote Analysis, with voting scores ranging from 47 percent to 100 percent.

“Employers and citizens alike should seek to have a clear, objective understanding of how their legislators vote on vital issues and in turn, how that impacts their individual prosperity,” states Indiana Chamber President Kevin Brinegar. 


Stop by boutique if looking for unique

Have you ever needed a new outfit for that special occasion but hated the long drive to a shopping mall? There’s a new boutique in Lawrenceburg that just might be the answer to your problem.

Whiskey City Boutique, 118 Walnut St., Lawrenceburg, is a new store in town that carries clothing, accessories, and giftables that are unique.
Whether you are looking for a dress for a special occasion, or something for leisure wear, you won’t find long racks of dresses all alike, said owners Lisa Weinmann and Al Schrand.



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