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Wednesday, May 06, 2015 7:34 AM
Hamilton County Elections Office administrator Kathy Richardson is disappointed at Tuesday's low voter turnout.
Of the 187,364 registered voters, only 30,186 voted in Hamilton County. Only 16.11 percent. 
Better than four years ago? 
Well, yes. In 2011, the voter turnout was 14 percent.
"It is just disappointing that the turnout's so low, especially on local races. I believe they affect your area, or your community, as much as the president's race, and 85 percent come out and vote for the president," Richardson said.
  • The last three weeks has found JBS United and Price Heating exchanging the top spot in the league.
    On June 19, those teams battled each other for the top position. JBS United pitchers Sam Gibbons and Richard Reddick had good nights at the horseshoe courts but not good enough to defeat the mother and son combo of Susan and Mitch Dwigans, putting Price Heating on top again.
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  • Drive sober or get pulled over. That's the message drivers should take to heart this weekend when there will be sobriety checkpoints around Hamilton County.

    About 750 people are convicted of an impaired driving offense annually in Hamilton County a lone, and nearly 100 of those are repeat offenders. In 2015 in Hamilton County, for example, the State filed 732 cases of operating while intoxicated. Of these, 106 drivers had prior convictions for operating while intoxicated within the last five years.

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  • Marleta Beth "Marty" Goodnight-Faucett

    Marleta Beth "Marty" Goodnight - Faucett, 81, passed away Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018 at her home in Sebring, Fla.

    She was born Jan. 3, 1937 to the late Berford and Anna Mae (Cox) Goodnight.

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  • The Indiana Department of Revenue is reminding taxpayers that data thieves don’t take a summer vacation. In fact, summertime tends to be a favorite period for tax scammers, as many individuals are awaiting a response from DOR or the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) after filing their tax returns.

    Tax scammers try to get individuals to disclose personal information, such as their Social Security number, account information and/or passwords. Scams often come through as phone or email scams, however social media may also be used to target victims.

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  • Louwanna M. "Lou" Nesbitt

    Louwanna M. "Lou" Nesbitt, 85, of Terhune, Ind., passed away Tuesday afternoon, June 12, 2018 at Providence of Anderson.

    Born Feb. 4, 1933 in Marion County, Ind., she was the daughter of the late Russel and Lucille (Bever) Heckman.

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  • Sheridan Rotary elects officers
    The Sheridan Rotary Club announced their officers for the 2018-19 Rotary Year. Beginning July 1 at a recent meeting.

    Dale McCullough will serve as president with Steve Armfield as vice president, Connie Pearson as secretary, Glenn Hunsucker as treasurer, Steve Martin as director-at-large, Scott McCullough as ex-officio director, Clifford Biddle as director-at-large and Fred Sturdevant as president-elect.
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  • 11 SHS seniors honored

    Eleven Sheridan High School seniors got some great news from the Sheridan Community School Scholarship Foundation Fund at Legacy Fund recently. The group was awarded scholarships totaling $36,500 for the 2018-19 school year.

    This year’s recipients (in alphabetical order) are:

    • Rachel Adams
    • Tabitha Allen
    • Craig Atkinson
    • Garrett Davis
    • Josaphine DeVaney
    • Austen Ehrie
    • Emma Hawn
    • Wyatt Reed
    • Emma Tomaszewski
    • Nixon Williams
    • Renee Zachery
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  • Marlene Kay Walker,

    Marlene Kay Walker, 81, of Florida, went to be with her Lord on Monday, May 14, 2018.

    Born June 16, 1936 in Bloomington, Ind., she was the daughter of the late Alva "Bud" and Mary Smith.

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  • Society highlights innovative, driven Sheridan woman

    Do you know Mamie Randolph? The Sheridan Historical Society would like to know.

    The  Society has an interesting program open to the public Monday at 7 p.m. at the Sheridan Public Library. Two co-authors from Cadiz, Ky. will be in town to continue their work on a picture book about the Sheridan businesswoman from the early part of the 20th century.

    Mamie Randolph was a photographer who came to Sheridan from Cadiz after divorcing her husband. She and her young son packed up and moved north to begin life anew, this time as an independent businesswoman running a successful photography business. Why she choose Sheridan remains something of a mystery although, at the time, Sheridan was a thriving community and perhaps represented the best place for an ambitious woman to succeed. 

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  • Mitch Dwigans had a good night when it mattered most and led Price Heating to the upset that knocked JBS United out of first place.
    Dwigans finished in a tie for second in handicap series. The victory gives Price 21.5 wins after three weeks of the season against only 8.5 losses. JBS is close behind with 19.5 wins and 10.5 losses.
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  • Griffins celebrate 60th anniversary
    Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griffin, of Lawrenceburg, Tenn., are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary this week.
    Bob and Judy “new” Griffin were married in Noblesville on June 1, 1958. Bob grew up in Lebanon, Ind. and Judy grew up in Noblesville. They have three children, Mike, Mindy and Brian. 
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  • Donald R. Cox

    Donald R. Cox, 92, Sheridan, passed away May 22, 2018.

    He was born Dec. 28, 1925 to the late Claude A. and Mary (Ferguson) Cox in Terhune, Ind.

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  • Patrice D. Vincent

    Patrice D. Vincent, 66, Toledo, Ohio, passed away March 23, 2018.

    She was born June 4, 1951 in Noblesville, Ind.

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  • Joan Cline Holdeman

    Joan Cline Holdeman, 94, passed away Feb. 9, 2018.

    She was born Aug. 12, 1923 to Everett Stroud and Freeda Randall.

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  • Rotarians honor students, teachers

    Every year about this time the Sheridan Rotary clubs holds a special dinner event honoring the academic top 10 percent of students in the graduating senior class. The club was pleased to have eight young people honored this year. In addition, the Rotarians also recognize and honor both the elementary and the secondary teachers of the year.

    The eight student honorees this year are: Rachel Adams, Amanda Perry. Lauren Railer, Danielle Jones, Austen Ehrie, Emma Hawn, Wyatt Reed and Will Black. The two teachers honored are: Mrs. Becky Pitzer (Language Arts) and Mrs. Angie Viehe (Kindergarten).

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  • Janet Rose Ottinger

    Janet Rose Ottinger, 77, passed away at her home in Sheridan with her twin daughters by her side on Thursday afternoon, May 17, 2018.

    Born in Noblesville on Sept. 13, 1940, she was the daughter of the late Kenneth G. and E. Fern (Whicker) Keesling.

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  • Ronald William "Bill" Roeder, Sr.

    Ronald William "Bill" Roeder, Sr., 82, Sheridan, passed away Tuesday, May 15, 2018, at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis.

    Born March 28, 1936 in Carmel, Ind., he was the son of the late Fred W. & Eileen (Hazelbaker) Roeder.

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  • The clanking of horseshoes can be heard as the Sheridan Horseshoe League started its season.

    The first week found Richard Law sitting on top with a high actual series of 221, helping JBS United win 8.5 of 10 games.

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  • Ron Stone honored by Historical Society

    Every year the Sheridan Historical Society honors a volunteer member with a special award for the work they have done for the Society. It was with great honor that for 2018 Society President Ron Stone was given an Appreciation Award to recognize his inspiration and contributions to help bring a new museum facility to Sheridan’s Main Street.

    According to Society Vice President Steve Mart who presented the award this year, “Ron Stone has been instrumental to the process of obtaining the old Hippodrome Theater on Main Street in uptown Sheridan to house a new museum."

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  • The ceremony was short, sweet and brought tears to the eyes of many in attendance.

    Last Saturday — on Opening Day of the Sheridan Recreation Program’s baseball season — several hundred people gathered around Diamond 1 at Biddle Memorial Park for the revealing of “The Joe Grinstead Jr. Memorial Field.”

    Joe Grinstead Jr. died on April 7, after he lost a battle with a rare, fast-acting tumor. Those who knew him knew he was always ready to pitch in and help without hesitation, Sheridan Town Council Vice President Steve Fisher said to the mixed crowd of Grinsteads and their friends.

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