Marlene A. Powell
She was born March 10, 1938 in Richmond to James and Dorothy Quesenberry Spears and lived in Richmond and Florida.
Mary J. Stiggleman
<![CDATA[Richmond, Ind. - Mary J. Stiggleman, age 90, left this earth Friday, July 4th to be with her Savior, friends, and family. She was born in Cambridge City on June 5th, 1924 to Nelson & Martha Eaton and moved to Richmond a few years later. Mary loved God and reading her bible, enjoyed doing crossword puzzles, liked watching the Cincinnati Reds, and enjoyed games with her grandson. She also loved spending time with her cat of 18 years Princess. God was a huge part of her life since the age of 40. Mary lived her life as a good Christian and she was a "prayer warrior" with pages and pages of names that she prayed for. We know in our hearts that God has a special place for her in heaven for her faithfulness. Survivors include her daughter Julie (Bob) Jacob; grandson Ian (Holly) Stiggleman; sisters Shirley Carson and Ruby Dean; brother Larry (Mary Ann) Eaton; great grandsons Cameron and Gavin Stiggleman; special friends Jo Burdette and Marilyn McGrath. In addition to her parents, a son David Stiggleman, brother Nelson Eaton Jr. sisters Patty Green and Miriam Eaton and brother-in-law,Marty Carson, are also deceased. Services will be private. Riggle - Waltermann mortuary is in charge of arrangements
Miller marked 10 years with the bank in May. * Staff anniversaries at First Bank Richmond: Linda Davis, consumer loan processer, 20 years; Kristi Herig, vice president leasing credit underwriting and operations, 15 years; Debbie Prather, vice president Cambridge City branch manager, 10 years.
Column: Drive through history on U.S. 40 in Indiana
A drive across Indiana on the National Road is a trip back in time. This was the route taken in the 19th century by pioneers hauling household goods west in Conestoga wagons, by stagecoaches carrying mail and by farmers moving crops to markets.
Fire-breathers, fireworks and a famous face kick off 5k race
Special guest starter Jared Fogle started the 10th annual Fireworks 5K run with a bang Saturday at Glen Miller Park in Richmond.
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Judith Ann (Capshaw) VanMatre
She was the daughter of Vernie J. Capshaw and Clara Capshaw. A son, Kurt , of Richmond, TX survives Judy; she had two grandchildren, Tyler, of Anderson, IN and Kayt, of Cambridge City, IN; two step-grandchildren, Lauren and Andrew of Richmond, TX; two great-grandchildren also survive, Judy, Madison Fowler and Kassie VanMatre.
Stay at meetings
At the May and June meetings the council discussed annexation with those in attendance early in the meeting and then those persons left the meeting.
Runnels wins county tourney
Skip Runnels had been here many times before. Playing the final 18 holes of an area amateur golf event with a lead.
Lincoln graduate does not advance in Miss Indiana pageant
Cambridge City native Jessica Weesner was eliminated Saturday night when Miss Indiana contestants were narrowed to 10 semifinalists.
Connersville man accused of stealing from Cambridge City homes
A Connersville man was arrested Wednesday on a warrant in Wayne County charging him with two felony counts related to items stolen from homes in Cambridge City.
Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Wayne, Fayette, and Union Counties
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Cambridge City business owner sentenced on drug charges
A Cambridge City business owner received a 13-year prison sentence this week after agreeing to plead guilty to felony drug-dealing charges.
Falcon grad heads to state
Jeff Green always had an interest in being a high school official, but he waited for his son to graduate.
A daughter of the late Robert and Barbara Shank, Linda was born in New Castle, Indiana on September 4, 1951.