Concert to benefit mission trip PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 11 November 2009 00:00

    New Life Christian Church of Lanesville will host a full day of activities on Saturday, November 21.
    The event, which includes a corn hole tournament, spaghetti supper and entertainment is free, but a love offering will be taken to help raise funds for Eric Konick and his mission trip.
    Konick is one of more than 100 young men and women who have been chosen to take part in the World Race.     
    He said he developed a passion for missions after hearing a sermon by his pastor, Pete Baumgartle.
    Baumgartle described some of the more dire circumstances facing some smaller countries and Konick said he felt God's call right then and there.
    “I spoke with my pastor after church that day and he asked me 'Well, where do you want to go?' and I told him I didn't know, I just know that I wanna do something!” Konick said.
    That led to Konick being part of a team that headed to Dilkon, Arizona for a week-long mission trip on the Navajo Indian reservation.
    “It was awesome,” Konick said of the trip. “I didn't know what to expect but what I got was more than I ever could have bargained for. I know that the Lord has called me to this awesome field of ministry.”
    Shortly after returning, the opportunity to to take part in the World Race presented itself.
    Konick said after researching the trip, he knew instantly that he wanted to go.
    “I look forward to seeing how God will use me in His ministry and in His world,” he said.
    The trip is costly, but will take those participating to 11 different countries in 11 months. The day of activities is to help raise funds for the trip.
    A meal consisting of spaghetti, salad and homemade rolls will be served beginning at 6 p.m. and the concert will begin at approximately 7 p.m.
    A corn hole tournament will be held prior to the event. The cost to enter the tournament is $10 per team. The team that finishes first will win a set of corn hole boards.
    The music will consist of praise and worship songs as well as some mainstream selections.
    There will be a short intermission and concessions will be available.
    For more information about the concert visit New Life Christian Church's Facebook page or call 812-952-1000.
    New Life Christian Church is located at 8090 Tandy Road in Lanesville.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 November 2009 09:11
 
Erica Ruckman honored as Exemplary Teacher PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 11 November 2009 00:00

    According to the Engineering/Technology Educators of Indiana, Erica Ruckman is an exemplary teacher. At least that is what they indicated when awarding her with the Middle School Teacher Excellence award at this year’s Engineering/Technology Educators of Indiana state conference on November 2, 2009.
    Erica is a third year teacher at Highland Hills Middle School in Georgetown. She is currently teaching four periods per day of Technology Education, one period per day of PAWS, and dedicates the 1st period each day to working with a group of students to develop The Summit (HHMS’s yearbook) and The Jaguar News Report (a daily news broadcast that is aired to the entire school each day).
    The Middle School Teacher Excellence award is given each year by the Engineering/Technology Educators of Indiana (E/TEI) to an Engineering/Technology educator who goes above and beyond the normal classroom requirements.  Erica is the secretary for E/TEI and has attended the state conference each of the three years since she has been out of college. Erica has been a presenter at the state conference once and plans to be again in the future.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 November 2009 09:10
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Suspect in toddler's death facing possible 45- to 65-year sentence on murder charge filed in case PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 11 November 2009 00:00
    Jason Carl Hensley, the suspect charged in the October 28 beating death of two-year-old Jacob Matthew Lord, could be facing a prison sentence of up to 65 years if he is convicted of the charge of murder.
    The 26-year-old Hensley entered a not guilty plea during his initial hearing in Scott Circuit Court on the murder charge and the Class A felony charge of battery. The murder charge, advised Scott County Prosecutor Jason Mount, carries a mandatory sentence from 45 to 65 years. The battery charge carries a probable sentence from 20 to 50 years.  
    Jacob, his alleged victim, died without regaining consciousness on October 28 at Kosair Children's Hospital in Louisville, Ky.
    The toddler was taken to Scott Memorial Hospital in Scottsburg by his mother, Shawn Lord, and Hensley, described as Shawn Lord's boyfriend, some time early on the morning of October 28. The woman told Detective Brian Busick with the Indiana State Police, Sellersburg post, that she left the child in the care of Hensley around 4 p.m. on  October 27 at Hensley's Austin apartment. She said when she came back to the apartment around 6 p.m., the toddler was asleep on the floor.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 November 2009 09:19
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Three criminals receive lengthy prison sentences on November 3 in Circuit Court hearings PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 11 November 2009 00:00
    Three convicted people learned their fates during sentencings in separate criminal cases conducted on Tuesday, November 3, in Scott Circuit Court.
    Jason D. Arbuckle, 35, Lexington, received the longest sentence. His prison stay will be 30 years for dealing in methamphetamine, a Class A felony.
    Arbuckle may be remembered as the defendant who didn't show up for his own trial on that charge this past August. He was arrested and charged with the felony dealing count in June, 2006, after selling the illegal meth to a female undercover officer with the Indiana State Police. His trial was the first in Scott County held in absentia, without the defendant present. The jury quickly found that Arbuckle was guilty of the charge on August 5. He was located and arrested on August 13. A mental examination was requested by Arbuckle at the end of that month. That was done and submitted to the court in September.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 November 2009 09:22
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Woman flees to Sheriff's Department after boyfriend's threats, actions frighten her PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 11 November 2009 00:00
    Six charges have been filed against a Scott County man who allegedly verbally threatened a woman after their relationship went sour.
    Harold Matthew “Matt” Kemp, 36, had his initial court hearing before Judge Roger Duvall on Monday, November 2, entering a not guilty plea to Class C felony battery, Class C felony criminal confinement, two counts of Class D felony intimidation, and misdemeanor charges of aggressive driving and reckless driving.
    According to the probable cause affidavit prepared by Detective Rick Barrett of the Scott County Sheriff's Department, Kemp and his estranged girlfriend were apparently arguing outside the Scott County Security Center on Thursday, October 29. They were seen by a jail employee, who reported the incident to Det. Barrett. As the detective and the employee approached the woman's car, they overheard Kemp tell the woman, “Those two won't be able to save you.” He then left.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 November 2009 09:24
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