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Police in Southeastern Indiana and Ohio are searching for a suspect wanted for robbing two hair salons.A robbery happened at a Great Clips in Lawrenceburg last month and also a Sports Clips in Miami Township, Ohio on Saturday, July 5. Investigators believe one man is responsible for both incidents and may be specifically targeting hair salons.In both instances, the man is suspected of entering the stores and ordering the employees to get on the ground. Police allege that he took money from the register and left the store.Surveillance video shows the man was armed with a gun during the Ohio robbery.The white male is described as approximately 6’2” to 6’4” and weighs between 225-250 lbs.
BATH TOWNSHIP, Ind.– A Brookville driver was aircared after a single-vehicle accident on Wednesday.The crash occurred on Springfield Road, approximately a half mile south of Bath Rd.Investigators say a 2010 Chevrolet HHR was northbound when the vehicle went off the west side of the road and struck a cement culvert. The vehicle then crossed Springfield Rd. striking a culvert wall on the east side of the road.The driver, Claire Laib, 69, was flown to University of Cincinnati Hospital for treatment.Authorities say that she told them she apparently fell asleep at the wheel.The Franklin County Sheriff’s Department was assisted on the scene by the Drewersberg and College Corner Volunteer Fire Departments, Drewersberg EMS and Rescue 24.
The DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency) recently arrested Tony Bosch, the founder of the biogenesis lab that provided steroids and other growth hormones for major league baseball players. The main athlete caught in this investigation was A-Rod of the New York Yankees. According to the newspaper and television reports, Bosch is going to cooperate with MLB and release all information he reportedly has pertaining to those athletes who used products his lab produced.Unfortunately, this saga of illegal substance use by athletes just won’t go away. Most baseball fans are now wondering what other names Bosch may release to the DEA authorities. As you know, A-Rod has been suspended for this entire baseball season and several other high-profile athletes have already served their suspensions. The biggest concern that I have is that some of our younger athletes are now trying these additives. Doctors are concerned about how a young developing body will respond to these substances. Bosch is not even a medically trained individual, just a businessman who found a way to make a lot of money quickly. If there are others like him out there, who knows what they are putting in athletes’ bodies.
The funeral services are set for Greensburg AD Bill Edwards.Visitation will be from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Saturday (1-31) at Greensburg Community High School Gymnasium. Services celebrating Bill’s life will be held at the school with Pastor Jon Porter officiating.The family wishes all that attend to wear Greensburg Pirate gear in honor of Bill. Interment will be held in the South Park Cemetery in Greensburg. Memorials may be made to the “Bill Edwards Scholarship Fund” through the Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home in Greensburg. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.com.More details are available on www.wrbiradio.com under Obituaries.Country 103.9 WRBI expresses condolences to the Edwards family and to the Greensburg Pirate family.
The St. Louis 5th grade boys basketball team played St. Paul’s of New Alsace this evening and won their 9th game of the season. The Cardinals outscored St. Paul 33-2.The Cardinals played an outstanding game defensively as they held St. Paul’s scoreless until the fourth quarter. The Cardinals were able to get everyone in the scoring column for the first time this year. Nate Vankirk led the way with seven points followed by Conner Ertel (6), Alec Bunselmeier (5), Frank Forbeck (4), Cy Muckerheide (3), Aidan Geers (2), Luke Meer (2), Jack Hollins (2) and Nate Reder with two with only eleven seconds left in the game. The bucket by Jack Hollins was exceptionally special this evening, as Jack was the final Cardinal to break into the scoring column for the fifth grade team this year. Jack’s teammates cheered loudly in recognition of the accomplishment.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach John Harmeyer.The St. Louis 6th grade boys basketball team wasted no time in getting back in action after their tournament this past weekend and posted a nice win over St. Paul’s Monday evening 37-26.The home team Huskies had a lot working for them through the first 3 quarters and it took everything the Cardinals had to make it close. The 4th quarter was the difference maker when the boys really stepped up their defense. Joseph Suttman turned it onand not only was able to deny their big inside scorer the ball but also got outside the lane to deflect and steal several passes.The pressure on their ball handlers was relentless from Cayden Pohlman, Adam Vogelsang and Hunter Laudick. Vogelsang got the Cardinals in the scoring column early with help from Suttman and Spencer Mack. The 3rd quarter belonged to Laudick who hit 4 tough contested shots and brought them within range to win it. Laudick’s hot 3rd quarter was the spark the rest of the team needed and they brought the defensive intensity to finish the work. Ryan Reder was able to pressure several inbound passes from St Paul’s that produced some late turnovers to seal the win.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jim Mohr.
Richard “Dick” Amberger, of Sunman, was born on July 20, 1943 in Batesville, the son of Leo and Ruth Zins Amberger. He married Jo Ann Retzner on May 27, 1967 at St. Nicholas Catholic Church and she survives. Dick worked at Heartwood in Batesville was a member of St. Nicholas. He enjoyed simple pleasures and spending time with his family, but was also an avid hunter and a member of the NRA. On Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at the age of 73, Dick passed away at his residence.Those surviving who will cherish his memory include his wife, Jo Ann Amberger; son, Charles Amberger of Sunman; daughter, Charlene (Neil) Dudley of Batesville; 4 grandchildren, Alex Dudley, Megan Amberger, Alyssa Dudley and Jason Amberger; sisters, Rosemary Gander, Delores Linkel, Millie Blanken, Margaret Thielking and Ann Gutzwiller, all of Batesville, and Edith Ernstes of Greensburg. He is also survived by 5 brothers, John, Bill, Albert, Steve and David Amberger, all of Batesville. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by a grandson, Jacob Amberger and a sister, Alma Amberger. Friends may visit with the family from 2 until 6 p.m. on Sunday, March 5, 2017 at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 107 Vine Street, Sunman. Rosary will be recited at 1:15 p.m. Father Frank Eckstein will officiate a Mass of Christian burial on Monday at 10:30 a.m. at St. Nicholas Catholic Church. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. Memorial contributions can be directed to the St. Nicholas Church Heritage Project or to Sunman Life Squad. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger is honored to care for the family of Richard Amberger.
VERSAILLES, Ind. — Rodney Matthews, 25, of Versailles, pled guilty to Dissemination of Matter Harmful to Minors, a Level 6 Felony, just days prior to the start of his trial, which was scheduled to begin on March 21, according to a release sent out by Ripley County Prosecuting Attorney, Ric Hertal.During his plea hearing, Matthews admitted that from July, 2014 through August, 2015, he had sent nude pictures of himself to a 16-year-old female through Snapchat.Matthews’ original charges stemmed from a relationship he was having with the female while he was a volunteer teacher for the Versailles Church of Christ Youth Group.Judge Ryan King accepted Matthews guilty plea and sentenced him to 1.5 years probation, and was ordered to have no contact with his victim.
Noah Malone is a 15-year old freshman at Hamilton Southeastern High School. Last week he finished 8th in the state track meet in the 100 meter dash. This would not make the headlines, but Noah is legally blind. He lost his sight in Middle School to a genetic disorder. I happen to know one of the track coaches at Hamilton Southeastern.This reminds me of one of my former track runners in the late 1990’s. He was John Saner, son of Jim and Maureen Saner. John was even more unusual because he volunteered to run hurdles. John was able to do this because he had a tremendous sense of timing.These two stories prove that you don’t need to let a disability hold you back. Congratulations to Noah on his success this year as a freshman. We should be hearing from him again in the next few years.
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Congratulations to Wes Gillman on being named Franklin County’s new head football coach! Wes is the first FC graduate to be named their head coach. Wes graduated in 1996 after leading Franklin County to the state championship game as their quarterback in 1995. Wes went to Butler and graduated with a degree in pharmacy. He worked in the family business for a few years before changing careers, becoming a science teacher and coach.According to the Brookville Democrat, the first coaching job for Wes was at Oldenburg Academy. He was hired in 2013 to develop their football program. He stayed 4 years. Oldenburg was not able to provide a home field or good practice facility, so Wes took an assistant job at Franklin County High School. It was understood that he would take over their program when Kirk Kennedy retired. Little did Wes know that was going to be so soon.Wes developed a winning program at OA in just a few short years. With the established program and tradition at Franklin County, he should be quite successful. Good luck, Wes!