Monday Feb 17
Rosario Roblero-Mejia, 21, Seymour, operating while never receiving a driver's license, $355 bond, 5:47 p.m. Sunday.
Big Brothers Big Sisters supporters hit lanesStacey Waskom has come...
Shkyia Mitchell, 8, tries to get a good grip on her bowling ball before taking her turn Sunday during the 20th annual Bowl for Kids' Sake fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southeast Indiana at Kingpins Bowl in Seymour.
Freetown opens homes and hearts to African Children's Choir
When the bus carrying the African Children's Choir rolls into a town, the young performers and their chaperones typically are welcomed warmly.
Local Police & Fire
Jesse L. Villarreal, 32, 175 Cambridge Square, Columbus, two Bartholomew County warrants and false reporting, 5:19a p.m., by the Columbus Police Department, held in lieu of $18,500 surety and $1,251 cash bond.
Precendent-setting decisions create quandary for school board
A request from a Freetown mother last Wednesday night for the School Committee to waive their kindergarten entrance age policy for her twin daughters led to a divided committee, with members debating the issue for the better part of an hour.