Former Scott County Family YMCA operations manager dies PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Thursday, 25 May 2017 10:43

 

 

A former operations manager of the Scott County Family YMCA, Ronald “Ron” Duane Grace Jr., 55, Scottsburg, died on Friday, May 19.

He had been in ill health for some time.

A native of Anderson, S.C., he served on the staff of the local YMCA for about five years. Grace had also managed restaurants in the Wendy’s and Burger King chains in other communities and the Scottsburg Cracker Barrel for 20-plus years. He and his family have lived in Scott County since 2006.

Among his survivors are his wife of 27 years, the former Kimberly Bistline; a son, Alex Grace of Scottsburg; a daughter, Katie Angel of Seymour; his mother, Stephany Grace of Anderson, S.C.; and two brothers.

Cremation has been selected followed by a private burial service at Woodland Cemetery in Clemson, S.C., on Sunday, May 28.

Memorial contributions for the family may be arranged through the staff of the Collins Funeral Home in Scottsburg.

On-line condolences may be expressed by visiting collinsfuneralhome.net.

 

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Austin housing rehab program can provide up to $15,000 to improve residences PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Thursday, 25 May 2017 10:41

 

 

Participating in the 2017 Austin Housing Rehabilitation Program (AHRP) can mean that up to $15,000 in repairs and improvements may be made to residences targeted for help.

The City of Austin received notice late in 2016 of the award of the grant program. The successful application was submitted on behalf of the city by Administrative Resources association (ARa), the organization of several cities and towns to which the city belongs. Victoria Dake is the ARa staff person who will be administering the program in Austin.

“We are very excited about being able to help people in the Austin community who own homes which need some improvements,” stated Dake. In similar, past rehabbing programs conducted in Austin, guttering, flooring, windows and doors have been replaced and roofs reshingled. Other improvements can include electric upgrades, attention to heating and cooling systems and plumbing, removal of lead-based paint hazards and several home modifications. Those changes can include accessibility ramps, bathroom upgrades for safety, door widening to accommodate wheelchairs, kitchen modifications and improved lighting.

. Such projects encourage more pride in home ownership, related Dake, as well as allow older residents to live more safely and comfortably in their homes.

Six homeowners are being sought to participate. Spots will be filled on a first come, first serve basis. Application forms are available at the office of Mayor Dillo Bush at City Hall. The office is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, excepting holidays.

Prospective applicants are also encouraged to call Dake at the ARa office at 812-376-9949. “We can provide applications and more information people will find helpful in getting their homes eligible,” she said.

Eligibility requirements include the following:

?Applicants must be 55 years of age or older or in a disabled household;

?Total household income will be considered under the program guidelines;

?Only single-family, owner-occupied homes will be considered;

?Homes must be on permanent foundations; most mobile homes will not qualify;

?Homes being purchased through contracted sales are not eligible;

?Homes must be insured; and

?Homes must be in need of modifications based on referral and/or a home assessment.

Any person interested in more information about the rehabilitation program is encouraged to visit the Mayor’s Office or call the office at 812-794-6646 or contact Dake at ARa as soon as possible.

“We anticipate the rehab program will begin this summer. Compiling a nice list of interested homeowners is our first step toward this start,” advised Dake.

 
36 Seniors to Graduate Friday night at Crothersville High School PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marcus Amos   
Thursday, 25 May 2017 10:40

 

 

The 121st Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2017 will take place for 36 graduating seniors from Crothersville High School on Friday, May 26, at 8 p.m.

Opening remarks will be given by Class Secretary Tristan Maschino.

High School Principal David Schill will welcome the guests and present the announcements.

The Salutatorian Address was be presented by Gabby Walters.

The class history will be presented by Deven Lemen.

Madison Reynolds will be presenting the Valedictorian's Address.

A slide presentation entitled “A Walk Down Memory Lane,” will be presented.

Principal David Schill and Superintendent Dr. Terry Goodin will recognized the graduates and present them with their diplomas.

The transferring of tassels will be conducted by Keeley Keasler, class president.

Closing words will be conducted by Class Treasurer, Bailey Hines.

The recessional will be “Best Day of My Life”

The ushers for the graduation will be Zane Elliott, Kalynda Hoevener, Noah Hoskins and Kaitlyn Silvers.

Senior class officers are: President – Keeley Keasler; Vice-President – Madison Reynolds; Secretary – Tristan Maschino; and Treasurer - Bailey Hines.

Class sponsors are Valerie Mains and Kistian Reynolds.

Class motto is: “Our lives are before us, our pasts are behind us, our memories are forever with us.”

Class flower is the Gerbera Daisy. Class colors are scarlet, silver and white.

The following is a list of the 36 seniors that will be graduating this Friday night:

Brandon Duane Banks, Breanna Barger, Isaiah Burnett, Jamie Allen Eugene Buxton, Katrina Ann Christian, Brittany Reneee Clem, Trenton Cruz Collings, Allison Taylor Davidson, Jule Elsner, Holly Renee Engleking.

Seth Evrd Eversole, Jessie Glenn Fink, Mary Chrystal Groenenboom-Johnson, Imke Luise Martha Hartmann, Bailey Elizabeth Hines, Seth Leroy Hoevener, William Tyler Hoevener, Nina Marie Jaworek, Keeley Chelise Keasler.

Kashmir Breann Kelshaw, Noah Thomas Kodetzki, Deven McKay Lemen, Megan Locke, Brett Alan Andrew Lucas, Abby Joy Mains, Tristan Hope Maschino, Emily Nicole McCleery.

Robert John Conner O'Sullivan, Hannah Elizabeth Reynolds, Brady Alexander Riley, Brittany Elaine Ross, Jacob Tyler Rucker, Tosha Leoda Tincher, Gabriella Marie Walters, Hanna Maria Wyra.

 

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182 seniors to receive diplomas at SHS Graduation Sunday, June 4 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marcus Amos   
Thursday, 25 May 2017 10:35

 

 

The graduation ceremony for 182 graduating seniors for the Scottsburg High School Class of 2017 will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 4, at McClain Hall. The doors will open at 1 p.m. Special music will be performed by Lydia Thornberry, and graduation speeches will be given by Emma Waskom, Grace Hicks, and Paige and Parker Barrett.

Students, who are graduating, will need to arrive at 1:15 p.m. in the SHS Commons to line up for the ceremony.

Parking is available at the high school with the Scott County Sheriff’s Posse directing traffic. Additional parking will be available at The Rock, the Scottsburg First Christian Church Student Ministry Building, located at 750 S. Gardner Street. Shuttle buses will transport those who have parked at The Rock starting at 1 p.m.

The following is a list of the seniors scheduled to receive their diplomas:

Cameron Lee Albertson, Jordan Tyler Alexander, Angel Berdetta Hazel Allen, Kyle Walker Allman, Luke Alan Amick, Alex Casey Amos, Jennifer Jordan Lea Anderson, Logan Matthew Backus, Collin Nathaniel Baker, Ryan Thomas Baker, Michael Andrew Barber, Ashley Lashea Barrett, Kelsey Taylor Barrett, Paige Dawn Barrett, Parker Anthony Barrett.

Bridget Nicole Barton, Joshua Lee Barton, George Nicholas Beswick, Hannah Katherine Beswick, Ashton Anne Bowles, Tristan Lee Brandenburg, Desiree Lachell Broadus, Cody Ray Brock, Robert Michael Brock, Kevin Lee Brown, Makalynn Elise Brown, Aaron Michael Browning, Kady Alexis Bryson, Noah Wesley Burns, Brandon Lee Bush, Dustin Chandler Calhoun, Edwin Scott Callahan.

Dylan Michael Campbell, Tyler Scott Canfield, Damian Michael Lee Collins, Mara Lindsy Colson, Makala Ruth Combs, Charles Ryan Coomer, Logan Tate Cooper, Jonathon Michael Copple, Aneia Shantel Couch, Tameka Shana Couch, Jonathan Micheal Floyd Cox, Angel Rayann Cravens, Joy Amber Crawford, Ashley Paige Crites, Josiah Daniel Croasdell.

Emilee Kaelyn Davidson, Hunter John-Michael Dickerson, Sunshine Marie Dixon, Zachary Hunter Douglas, Sydney Nicole East, Sara Lyn Edwards, Ronald Isaac Everitt, Jordan Cameron Fox, Kaitlyn Marie Freeman, Lucas Glenn Freeman, Benjamin Gerhard French, Taylor Evan Funk, Kacey Marie Gambrell, Emma Lee Otto Gonterman, Zane William Gregory, Nicholas Wayne Hall, Mallory Renee Hargett, Taylor Jo Hawkins, Christopher Michael Hayes, Grace Elaine Hicks, Charles Tyler Hoagland, Hunter D'Artangan Hostetler.

Alexa Danielle Howser, Crystal Lynn Hudgens, Katlyn Alyse Hunger, Jasmine Rene Hunley, Chloe Alysse Hurley, Brady Russell Ison, Trenton Chandler Jeffries, Bryon Harley Eugene Johnson, Shaylla Michelle Jones, Teresia Kaye Joramo, Megan Elisabeth Jourden, Clay Dawson Kelley, Evan Joseph Kiefer, Kyle Wayne Kiefer, Caleb Dalton Kimberlin.

Reagan Ann King, Nathan Everin Kruger, Corey Dale Lagle, Cameron Gunner Lee, Jacob Michael Lewis, Julia Marie Lewis, Katelyn Gayle Lewis, Joseph Benjamen Light, Brookelyn Renee Lovins, Patrick Ryan Mallory, Kellsie Renee Marshall, Ethan David Martin, Brittany Nicole Masterson, Alexander Micheal-Randall May, Jordan Andrew McCormick, Laiken Lee McCowan.

Tyler Wayne McIntosh, Kendal Elizabeth McNeely, Samuel Todd Meadows, Mitchell Breece Meagher, Taylor Janell Menzing, Chelsea Leann Mills, Sarah Bailey Missi, Donald Scott Morris, Kayla Mackenzie Morris, Bailey Danielle Morton, Hannah Nicole Munden, Jacob Patrick Murphy, Andrew Jackson Napier, Tommy Joseph Neace, Brooklyn Kay Niccum, Brandon Dale Noble, Mason Garrett Noble.

Kyanna Jade Nott, Ronanne Marie Nicolle Odle, Brandon Robert Page, Victoria Shiann Nicole Palmer, Dakota James Parmely, Caleb John Sevier Parrish, Kendra Octavia Paul, Terra Jo Peacock, Sarah Rosa Petty, Jonathon Wayne Philpot, Eric Allen Plance, Devin Michael Prather, Jonathan Earl Provines, Cherokee Dawn Pruett, Ethan Thomas Richey, Bradley Michael Riley, Carlie Fay Riley, Desimber Zyan Riley, Samantha Jewel Riley.

Ashley Nichole Ross, Autumn Danielle Roys, Kayla Cheyenne Sampson, Danielle Cheree Sanders, Summer Nicole Sandlin, Nathaniel Shane Sartell, Christian Michael Schafer, Connor Phillip Schmidt, Hannah Lynnette Sebastian, Noah Alexander Sebastian, Paul Edward Shepherd, Kaitlyn Nicole Shuler, Bryan Scott Sivelle, Sara Louise Slack.

Michael L Smith, Travis Michael Sparkman, Megan Renee Spear, Elizabeth Ryanne Stout, Andrew Tyer Swisher, Skyela Mae Taber, Gavin Alexander Taskey, Megan Noel Thomas, Lydia Rose Thornberry, Shana Ashley-Renee Tingle, Jazmyn Leigh Toan , Alexander Sebastian Toler, Autumn Marie Tutterrow, Bradley Scott Vandegrift, Christal Marie Vernon, Brandon Marcus Visetchaisri, Isaiah Daniel Walker.

Matthew Alexander Hanes Wan, Emma Jo Waskom, Katelin Delaney Lynn Weir, Danielle Ruth-Ann Wells, Bailey Reid White, Caleb Andrew White, Kennan Elijah Whittaker, Dillon Scott Williams, Monty Lynn Williams, Shelby Lynn Wiseman, Charity Danielle Wood, Jonathan Michael Alan Yates, Dustin Douglas Yocum, Jacob Patrick James Yount.

 

 
Grandson and grandmother jailed over alleged dealing, drug-related charges PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marty Randall   
Wednesday, 24 May 2017 06:47

A grandson and the grandmother with whom he was living on North First Street in Austin have been jailed on dealing and other drug-related charges.

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