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  • Kleeman to retire from Lincoln Hills Development Corp. at year’s end

     

    TELL CITY – The longtime director of Lincoln Hills Development Corp. will retire at the end of this year.

    Larry K. Kleeman will be leave his position as executive director and chief executive officer, Clayton Jefford, president of the community action agency’s board of directors announced.

  • Independent insurance agency opens
  • Rhonda Carter earns SIRS promotion

    TROY – Southern Indiana Resource Solutions Inc. announces the promotion of Rhonda Carter as director of community services in Perry and Spencer counties. Throughout her 11 years with SIRS, she has strived to ensure the people she serves have equal access to opportunities in the community.

    She is the daughter of Ronald and Judy Naegele and is a 1982 graduate of Perry Central High School.

    Carter is a native of Perry County, where she resides with her husband, Chris, and their three children.

  • Perry County Professionals to meet Tuesday, Feb. 10

    PERRY COUNTY – The Perry County Professionals group will have its next meeting Tuesday, Feb. 10, from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Perry County Port Authority.

    Alvin Evans will be the guest speaker.

    Perry County Professionals is group of individuals who network and communicate about the community and the organizations and businesses with which they are associated with. 

    Anyone interested in networking with other professionals is invited to attend.

  • LHDC accepting applications for Energy Assistance Program

    TELL CITY – Lincoln Hills Development Corp. is continuing to accept applications for the Energy Assistance Program.

    The program is designed to assist income-eligible households with the high costs of home energy through partial payment of utility and fuel bills.

    To date, LHDC has served 1,035 households in a three-county area with an average benefit of nearly $400.

    Interested persons should call (812) 547-3435, Exts. 231 or 229 or (800) 467--1435, Exts. 231 or 229 for a program packet.

  • New timber technician named for Hoosier National Forest

     

    TELL CITY – Ryan Brummer is a new forestry technician in the Tell City Office of the Hoosier National Forest. Brummer will be working with the ecosystems team on the forest.

    According to his supervisor Jason Combs, his duties involve timber sale preparation work, marking timber, and other opportunities such as wildlife habitat improvement. He is also a firefighter so will assist with prescribed burns and be available for fire duty.

  • Annual fund report for Walker Cemetery released

    BRANCHVILLE — The 2012 Walker Cemetery fund report has been released.
    Those contributing to the cemetery fund during 2012 were:

  • Owensboro Health announces grant funding cycle for regional organizations

    OWENSBORO, Ky. – Owensboro Health Regional Hospital awarded more than $579,000 to 39 regional organizations for 47 projects.
    Continuing a long-standing tradition of collaboration and investment in community health improvement, Owensboro Health announced another cycle of funding Aug. 16.

  • 4-H programs benefit from local John Deere dealership

    CRAWFORDSVILLE – John Deere dealers Wright Implement Company and Wright Stemle annually donate service, equipment and monetary donations to 4-H and County Fair programs across Indiana.
    This year both organizations combined contributed to 26 county 4-H programs with donations exceeding $56,000. Counties ranging from Warren and Tippecanoe down to Posey all reaped the benefits.

  • Hancock Bank and Trust promotes Rodney Perkins

    HAWESVILLE, Ky. – Rodney Perkins has been promoted to market president for Hancock Bank and Trust’s Hancock and Breckinridge County markets. Perkins, an employee of Hancock Bank’s Hawesville offices, has been with the bank since 1996 and served in various capacities. 

    “We are pleased to have a person with more than 40 years’ experience in the financial industry who understands our markets, employees and our customers’ needs,” said Danny Coffey, chief executive officer.