I realize there was a lot going on at the time, but we really could have used a police presence at both the Main and Perkins Street intersections with Fifth.
Perhaps the Street and Police Departments could work out a protocol for the Street Department to notify RPD where such multiple obstructions are located, so that RPD may more effectively assess traffic control needs.
Again, my compliments to the Rushville Street Department. Keep up the good work!
Close to our hearts
How can I, with pen and paper, ever explain to you how deeply you have touched our hearts in the passing of our beautiful daughter, Briana Gobel Springman?
To those of you who have sent cards, flowers and gifts, or came and sat on our porch and shared our grief, we thank you and we love you.
To those of you who have been by our side, cried with us, and those of you who have continued to pray for our hearts to find peace, we thank you and we love you.
To our family, our wonderful families, you loved her too and our strength we will gain together.
To Major Hospital and Glenn George Funeral Home, thank you for your compassion and your care of Briana and our family.
We keep you all close in our hearts.
Tony and Kerri Laird and family
Gov. Pence andthe SBE
I have received information concerning the latest State Board of Education meeting as well as the Governor’s recent announcement that leaves me greatly disappointed and perplexed.
I am vehemently opposed to the continued and consistent ongoing disregard and overt contempt displayed by the State Board of Education toward our duly elected Superintendent of Public Instruction, Ms. Glenda Ritz. Additionally, I could not be more opposed to what appears to be the Pence Administration’s effort to purposefully marginalize the Superintendent by dishonoring and disregarding the voice of Hoosier voters.