Aurora, In. — In April, workers plan to close State Road 148 for up to 45 days to correct a landslide about one-half mile west of U.S. 50.On April 15 Paul H. Rohe Company will remove the existing drainage structure and replace it with a 30-inch pipe that will be 53 feet long. The contract is valued at $367,940.A detour using State Road 48 and U.S. 50 will be posted. State Road 148 has a traffic count of 3,020 vehicles per day.
1A No. 3 Rising Sun 5, South Ripley 1Mady Tompkins- 3 for 3Ellie Waldron- 2 for 3 w/RBIMaddie Hamrick- 1 for 3Pitching LossMady Tompkins- 6 IP, 5 Runs, 4 ER, 11 Hits, 10 K, 3 BB“I don’t believe in moral losses or accept losing, but I’m so proud of the effort and play of our girls tonight. We gave the third-ranked team in 1A a run for their money all night and had a 1-1 tie heading into the bottom of the fifth. We had only one error tonight. Unlike our other losses we didn’t beat ourselves. We made a great team beat us. Tonight showed just how good we can be and the potential our young group has.” Raiders Coach Rob Lafary.SR is now 11-7, 5-6 ORVC. SR hosts Shawe on Wednesday night.
BLUE HILL — The Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center raised $22,000 at its 11th annual Ride for Life — the most ever raised from the event.Ninety-two participated in either one of the rides (100, 50, 20, 8-mile) or the hike up Blue Hill Mountain — a new addition to the event.The Blue Hill Heritage Trust allowed the center to guide hikers up Blue Hill Mountain, and Chrissy Allen, Outreach Coordinator for BHHT, and Samantha Haskell, Board Member for BHHT, greeted hikers and handed out maps before the hike.The Surry Elementary School allowed use of their grounds for the day.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text