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the year in review
A SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT TO
THE MADISON COURIER
2014
THE YEAR IN REVIEW
DECEMBER 31, 2014
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LOOKING BACK...
Supporting
... MOVING FORWARD
the Courierarea
Go ahead. Take a deep breath. You’ve earned it.
In only a few hours, 2014 will be history.
since...
It’s been an eventful year in the Courierarea.
the completion of a new bridge span that links Madison and Milton.
Established 1834 •• AWe$40sawmillion
school referendum was met with a resounding “no” from voters.
Historic Broadway
Hotel & Tavern
The Livery Stable
on Broadway
Indiana’s Oldest Hotel
Since 1834
Monday-Saturday 11am-midnight • Sunday Noon-9pm
265-2346 • 313-317 Broadway
Established 1837
Serving the community
for 177 years
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LOCATIONS:
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Madison
Charlestown
Floyds Knobs
North Vernon
Dupont
Jeffersonville
Hanover
Sellersburg
New Albany
Seymour
Osgood
Carrollton, KY
Established 1881
• The Madison Regatta returned in style after the previous year’s rainout.
• We elected some new folks to state and county offices.
• We welcomed visitors to our community for a summer filled with fairs and
festivals.
And, perhaps, most important, we experienced personal milestones. We started
families. We lost loved ones. We celebrated birthdays and anniversaries. We
graduated from school and moved to the next stage in our lives. We fought. We
made up. We laughed together. We cried together.
As we go forward into a new year and a new journey, it’s important to make
resolutions. After all, each of us has room for personal growth.
Some of us will retrieve exercise equipment from the back of the closet and work
back into shape.
Some of us will resolve to save a little money every month instead of spending it
on something we may not need.
Some of us will muster the courage to confront old fears.
One thing is clear ... If we want to improve on our successes from 2014, we must
resolve to help each other.
While many of us have more than we will ever need, there are those whose needs
are more than we can imagine.
We must leave no man, woman or child behind. Find a way to make a difference
whether its helping out at a food bank, starting a community garden or checking on
a neighbor.
Making a difference in the lives of others will help make 2015 a great year.
Happy New Year.
This section was produced by the staff of The Madison Courier, 310 Courier Square, Madison, IN 47250. All
material is copyrighted 2014 by The Madison Courier and may not be reproduced without the publisher’s consent.
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incorrect information or omissions. Unless otherwise noted, the photos appearing in this section are Madison
Courier file photos. These photos along with many others can be viewed at www.madisoncourier.com/photos.
JANUARY 3
Established 1891
BEDFORD LOAN
& DEPOSIT BANK
Convenient Personalized Service
03: King’s Daughters’ Hospital’s first baby of the new
02: Pvt. Kassandra Woodward, a Switzerland County High
School graduate, becomes the first Indiana woman to pass year, Clara Lynn Reffett, was born at 8:13 a.m. on Jan. 1
to Brittany Redd and Denney N. Reffett.
Marine Corps infantry training.
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PENDLETON
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LaGRANGE
Established 1902
Celebrating
OVER
112 years
of serving our
community!
LaGrange
06: Carroll County Memorial Hospital announced that it
03: Jeff Hayes, of Dupont, was arrested by Jefferson
County deputies after several dead horses were improperly would use $100,000 in donations received over the past
year to expand the physical therapy department.
disposed of and more horses were found neglected.
Milton
Carrollton
41 Ferry St.• Milton, KY
1935 Hwy. 227 • Carrollton
2207 S. Hwy. 53
(by Madison-Milton Bridge)
502-732-7644
502-225-6476 502-268-5256 • 800-826-5766
Madison
133 Clifty Drive
812-274-0330
Established 1909
on the Indiana Historial
Society Registry
Where Comfort and Style Meet
Quality footwear
with prices
YOU can afford!!
124 E. Main Street, Madison • (812) 265-3836
23: The Madison Area Chamber of Commerce held its
90th annual dinner to honor local community members.
River Valley Financial Bank president Matthew Forrester
received the annual Jeff Garrett Community Service Award,
and Cara Fox, owner of Little Golden Fox boutique, received
the Business Citizenship Award.
04: Sean Monroe, 26, was sentenced to eight years in prison after
he admitted to being under the influence at the time of a fatal crash,
which killed Billy M. Deveary, 79, of
Madison.
04: Police arrested two Louisville
men who led Kentucky State Police
on a two-county, high-speed car chase
before fleeing on foot in Trimble
County after they committed another
crime in Louisville.
07: The Madison Board of Public
Works and Safety renewed a contract
with Jefferson County Industrial Development Corporation for $80,000.
08: After being owned by the Hertz
family for more than 100 years, Bill
Hertz sold the Main Street store.
09: Madison Consolidated Schools
25: Community officials had their first look at plans for
the new Jefferson Community & Technical College campus
in Carrollton. EOP Architects of Lexington unveiled plans for
a 50,000-square-foot building that would more than double
the space of the current college building on Main Street.
board members voted unanimously to
place a $40 million building referendum on the May election ballot.
10: A Trimble County grand jur y
indicted Robert Louis Baldwin III, of
Bedford, for the murder of Angela
Long in November 2013.
15: Madison and Southwestern
schools requested funding for their
school resource of ficer initiatives
from the Jefferson County Council.
18: Sean Oatman and Mercedes
Parham were crowned Switzerland
County High School’s homecoming
king and queen.
20: Billy Cole and Shelby Greene
were crowned Shawe High School’s
homecoming king and queen. Michael
Abbott and Sarelia Rios were crowned
prince and princess.
22: Southwestern Schools launched
its resource of ficer program with
Hanover Police Department deputies
Danny Kellams and Bradley Demaree.
28: James Nathan Wilhoite pleaded
guilty in Carroll County Circuit Court
after causing the death of pedestrian
Michael Wayne Beach while driving
under the influence.
30: The U.S. Department for Education’s Office for Civil Rights confirmed
that it was investigating allegations by
a former Hanover College student that
the school retaliated against her after
reporting harassment, physical abuse
and rape by another student.
31: Pat Berry received the 2014
Golden Shamrock Award for service
to Prince of Peace Schools.
Established 1925
Comprised of
several brands for
vehicle lifting,
storage and collision
repair, VSG is proud
to be headquartered
in Madison, IN
2700 Lanier Drive • Madison, Indiana • [email protected]/1.800.640.5438
Established 1929
Celebrating 85 Years of the Freshest Produce in Madison
DATTILO’S
Fruit
Fin est In Fresh
[email protected]
(812) 211-213 W. Main St. • Downtown Madison
(812) 265-5431 or Toll Free 1-877-DATTILO
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FEBRUARY
Established 1933
HINKLE’S
The Best Little Burgers In Town!
OPEN: Mon & Tues 6am-10pm • Wed & Thurs 6am-Midnight
Friday and Saturday Open 24 Hours
Closed Sunday • 812-265-3919
BURGERS • SHAKES • FRIES • FISH • CHILI • SOUP • LUNCH SPECIALS
Established 1952
01: The pier closest to the Madison shoreline, rendered
05: Madison patrolman Joshua A. Abbott was indicted
obsolete by the design of the new Madison-Milton bridge, on multiple charges stemming from three domestic battery
incidents in December.
was taken down with a blast near the waterline.
ADAMS INSURANCE AGENCY
Home • Farm • Auto • Commercial
(812) 265-3646
Darin Ginn
316 E. 2nd Street
Madison, IN 47250
Hours: Monday-Friday
8:30am-4:30pm
Highest Standards of
Professional Service
Established 1954
19: Trimble County business Country Carriers sustained
14: A transformer fire at an American Electrical Power
Indiana Michigan substation near Madison sent large damages from a fire of unknown origin. Country Carriers,
amounts of smoke into the air that hung over the city for owned by John McGuire and Shay Bullock, operates about
90 tractor trailers.
several hours while fire crews battled the flames.
3647 Clifty Dr., Madison, IN 47250
812-273-1187 • 888-273-1187
Established 1954
SCOTT & CALLICOTTE, LLC
Certified Public Accountants
511 State Street, Madison • 273-5747
Bookkeeping • Accounting • Payroll
Auditing • Business Consulting
Established 1956
WEBSTER DRUGS
- Full Line of Home Medical Equipment, Sales & Rental
- Free Delivery & Set up in the Carrollton Area
Full Service Pharmacy • Medical Equipment
(502) 732-4331
1-800-927-0281
PARKLANE SHOPPING CENTER, CARROLLTON, KY
19: Louisville Gas & Electric officials filed a permit to
20: Kentucky State Police, in coordination with local
agencies, arrested 18 people at residences in Trimble, construct a special waste landfill near a Trimble County
Carroll, Henry and Oldham counties on drug charges after power plant less than a year after another permit was
denied because of the location of a cave at the site.
a four-month undercover investigation.
02: Kaitlin Rice and Tucker Robinson were named Madison Consolidated High School’s homecoming
Miss and Mr. Cub.
02: Southwestern High School
named Cass Lawson and Michael
Perry homecoming queen and king.
04: The Jefferson County Health
Department recognized 29 establishments that made it through 2013
without a single violation, up from
only nine in 2012.
11: Sixty-three pending criminal
cases in which Joshua Abbott was
a “crucial officer,” were dropped by
Jefferson County prosecutor Chad
Lewis.
12: Logan Robert Price, of Milton,
pleaded guilty to multiple counts of
attempted theft by extor tion and
terroristic threatening on a Trimble
County family.
13: Carroll County Schools were
awarded a $325,500 grant from the
21st Centur y Community Learning
Centers program to be used for programs outside the regular school
day.
14: Former Hanover College president Dr. John Horner died. Horner,
92, served as president of the college
from 1958 to 1987.
22: Five Madison Consolidated
High School students earned medals
in the Academic Decathalon State
Finals. Emily Luhn, Nick Dozier, Kayla
Brown, Hudson Pittman and Gabby
Nay all received medals.
24: Grote Industries announced
plans to offer low-to-no-cost health
care services to its employees and
their families through a corporate
clinic hosted in the offices of Dr.
Kevin Britt.
27: Joshua Abbott, 33, pleaded
guilty to felony and misdemeanor
charges stemming from domestic
incidents in December 2013 and
February 2014.
28: Carroll County School board
members accepted a $7.7 million bid
from Marrillia Design and Construction of Lexington for the middle school
renovation project.
MARCH 5
Established 1959
Suburban Propane®
& Water Conditioning
“Our business is customer satisfaction.”
03: Six local police officers and firefighters participated
in the third annual Guns & Hoses boxing match held at
Belterra Casino and Resort. The match, attended by 1,600
people, raised money for the Children’s Advocacy Center of
Southeastern Indiana.
05: Workers moved heavy machiner y around the
children’s play area - the final portion to be demolished
of the Madison McDonalds on Clifty Drive. The fast food
restaurant was leveled to prepare for the construction of
a new building on the same site.
3625 Clifty Drive • Madison, IN
812-265-3313 • 1-800-875-3314 toll free
Established 1961
2949 Clifty Drive • Madison, IN • 273-3272
Established 1961
14: Construction crews completed the first portion of the
12: Girls Inc. of Jefferson County honored Katie Wood,
Molly Dodge and Darleen Connolly during the 11th annual Madison-Milton Bridge slide, moving a 100-foot section of
concrete into its permanent location.
“She Knows Where She’s Going” luncheon.
04: The Madison Board of Public
Works approved a six-year recycling
contract with Rumpke.
05: After eight months of discussion, Mayor Damon Welch said he did
not support an interlocal agreement
for economic development created
by representatives from local government groups.
06: Gar y Kennon, president of
Vehicle Service Group, was promoted
to vice president of the Dover Engineered Systems Group as a part of
restructuring announced by VSG’s
parent company, Dover.
07: The Madison Police Department
merit board unanimously accepted
Patrolman Joshua Abbott’s resignation.
07: Gov. Mike Pence visited Jefferson County to deliver the keynote
address at the annual Jef ferson
County Republican Lincoln-Reagan
Dinner.
07: Madison resident Kelsey Shaw
was one of 33 women selected from
across the state to serve as an Indy
500 Festival Princess.
07: Donald Jeffries, of Goshen,
Ky., was arrested for driving under the
influence of prescription medications
during a car accident in Carroll County
that caused four people to be airlifted
to area hospitals.
10: Kentucky State Police arrested
Douglas Allen, of Carroll County, in
connection with the death of his 2year-old son.
10: The Christian Academy of
Carrollton crowned Princess Gabby
Kamphouse, Prince Joel Cary, King
Austin Martin and Queen Nikki Chavez
during homecoming festivities.
11: Officials closed the MadisonMilton bridge after a worker was
injured by a steel bearing that became
dislodged.
13: Gary Allen Gibson and Dustin C.
McFadden were given prison time after
the beating of a state witness. Gibson
and McFadden were sentenced to 16
and 14 years respectively.
13: Madison Regatta of ficials
announced that 2014 racing would
be trimmed from three days to two.
15: Former Madison Police Department Patrolman Joshua A. Abbott was
sentenced to eight years in prison for
domestic violence crimes committed
while off duty over the course of three
months.
18: James Nathan Wilhoite, of Carrollton, was sentenced to 15 years
in prison after causing the death of
pedestrian, Michael Wayne Beach
in an October 2013 accident where
Wilhoite left the scene of the crime.
19: Superior Cour t Judge Alison
Frazier ordered more than 50 horses
be permanently removed from the
care of their owner, Jeff Hayes, after
Hayes was arrested on charges of
animal cruelty.
19: The city received a grant from
the state Office of Community and
Rural Affairs to create a multi-use art,
entertainment and public gathering
space in an alley on Main Street.
21: The Jefferson County Board of
Commissioners awarded six of 18
rehabilitation projects to local companies as the first round of renovations
in a county-city owner-occupied housing project began. The project was
funded by a federal grant approved
to assist low-to-moderate-income
families.
25: Linda Mello was found dead following a fire in er Switzerland County
home.
27: Milton Township Trustee Tammy
Stewart resigned after failing to submit a budget to the state that left
the fire depar tment without nearly
one-third of its funding for the year.
28: Carroll County Schools Superintendent Lisa James announced that
she would retire at the end of the
school year.
31: Michael Allan Starks, a member
of the Carroll County Rescue Squad,
was arrested after an investigation
into a missing department credit card
revealed that Starks had used the
card for personal expenses.
McCUBBIN MOTORS, Inc.
FORD • LINCOLN
CHRYSLER • DODGE • JEEP
“Madison’s Oldest New Car Dealer”
301 Clifty Drive (812) 273-5411
MADISON, INDIANA 47250
Established 1962
Home of
Name Brand Quality Furniture
Jct. Hwy 7/62 Madison Hilltop (812) 273-1025
“Quality Always Costs Less At Bear’s”
Established 1970
Your Trusted
Family-Owned
Home Center
302 W. Main St. • Madison • (812) 265-5555
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APRIL
Established 1971
Always Custom Processing!
Over 49 Years Experience
NOW IN 2 LOCATIONS
TO SERVE YOU BETTER!
Processing • (812) 866-4710
4251 S. 850 West
&
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367 W. LaGrange Rd.
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01: The City of Madison announced a partnership with
03: The community remembered the 40-year anniverRockin’ Thunder Jet Boat Rides LLC to provide ferry service sary of the deadliest tornado in Jefferson County history.
across the Ohio River from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays The tornado roared through, claiming homes, businesswhile the Madison-Milton bridge was closed.
es, schools — and lives.
Established 1973
Brenda’s Tax Service
• Individual and Business Returns Prepared
• Authorized IRS E-File Provider
• Business and Accounting Services
• Utility and Bill Paying Station
119 E. Third St. • 265-3917 • 800-705-7720
Established 1973
11: The new Madison-Milton bridge was aligned with
05: Mud, rocks and debris broke away a ledge toward
the top of the hill on KY 36 near Notch Lick Road before the Harrison Street approach. The bride was slid into
sliding down and flattening a rental home and small build- its permanent location on the reinforced piers that had
supported the old bridge.
ing owned by Sam Scott. The home was vacant.
Area’ s Largest display of Granite Monuments
Family Owned & Operated
180 W. Jay Louden Rd. • Carrollton, KY 41008
www.searcymonumentco.com • (502) 732-6893 • Fax: (502) 732-0749
Established 1975
Happy New Year
Thank you for your patronage.
The highest quality at the lowest
price...with our try before you
buy, no money down guarantee!!
Madison’s Only Full Time Hearing Care Office for over 39 Years.
603 Clifty Drive, Madison, IN • 273-6262
Established 1977
ENERGY SAVERS
• Replacement Windows
• Screen/Storm Repairs
• New Storm Doors/Storm Windows
• Insulated Glass
GLASS
UNLIMITED, INC.
807 Lanier Drive, Madison, IN
(812) 273-3622 • 1-800-928-GLASS
We offer:
• Commercial
Doors &
Windows
• Flat Glass
• Mirrors
• Acrylic
30: A former Bigfoot gas station on Lanier Drive, vacant
28: Jerry L. Spicer, owner of Spicer Logging Company,
died after a 1,000-pound log fell on his truck and then since 2003, was demolished as part of a city cleanup
struck him at the Baxter Lumber Mill on Deputy Pike. He initiative. The process was instigated by a letter sent to the
was reportedly delivering logs to the yard.
property owner from city building inspector Mark Johnson.
01: ENVISION Jef ferson County
held its first community conversation to help create a new vision for
the county. Economic development,
infrastructure improvements and
school consolidation were highlighted
themes.
02: The Community Foundation
of Madison and Jef ferson County
approved a $100,000 grant to help
fund the Cancer Treatment Center at
King’s Daughters’ Health.
03: Amanda Foster, of Ghent, was
arrested following the death of her
2-year-old son in February. The child’s
father was arrested in early March.
03: Hanover College honored actor
and alum Woody Harrelson with a
doctorate of humane letters.
09: The Jefferson County Coun-
cil agreed to contribute $5,000 to
fund the care of dozens of neglected
horses confiscated by the Jefferson
County Sheriff’s Department earlier
in the year.
10: Hanover College President
Sue DeWine announced her 2015
retirement after eight years in the
position.
12: The City of Madison announced
a new recycling program available at
no cost to residents.
18: The Madison-Milton bridge
reopened to the public.
22: The steering committee behind
ENVISION Jefferson County revealed
the results from previous community
conversations, highlighting education
and economy as the top concerns.
22: Allison Fornash and Noah
Abercrombie were crowned queen
and king of the Carroll County High
School prom.
22: Tyler Jones and Gianna Bennett were crowned king and queen of
the Southwestern High School prom.
23: Christopher E. Chandler, 30,
was sentenced to two years in prison
after pleading guilty to sending explicit
text messages to a minor.
26: Five students were taken to
King’s Daughters’ Hospital with minor
injuries after a Madison Consolidated
school bus, driven by Ralph Bliton Jr.,
was involved in an accident when one
of the rear tires went off the road.
28: Herschel Dale Horine, of
Hanover, died at Hardy Lake after
falling out of the boat he was sharing
with his wife.
MAY 7
Established 1977
Fireplaces • Stoves • Gas Logs
10: The Deputy Elementary archery team, the Deputy
07: A $40 million referendum to upgrade Madison
Consolidated Schools buildings was defeated during the Deadeyes, competed at the National Archery Tournament in
primary election, with 76.7 percent of ballots cast rejecting Louisville after winning the state tournament in March.
the proposal.
1-800-648-3027 • 812-866-2400
502-732-4644
www.steinhardtcomfort.com
Lic. # M01755
Established 1977
Family & Cosmetic Dentistry
for over 37 years!
www.robertewalldds.com
753 W. Main St. • Madison • www.robertewalldds.com
17: Christian Featherstone, 18, of Madison, was arrested
19: Alex Nunan, Emily Law, Richelle Cassell, Macky
Hecox and Clark Vaughn competed in the 103rd annual on arson charges in connection to a fire on Madison State
Custer Contest. Vaughn won with his rendition of Edgar Hospital grounds. The fire in Kemp Hall caused $25,000
in damages.
Allan Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado.”
Established 1982
Heating • A/C
Ventilation • Refrigeration
Residential • Commercial
New Construction
Repairs & Retrofits
Maintenance • Duct Cleaning
24-Hour Service
Established 1982
Specialty Items for Water, Drain and Sewer Projects
30: The Christian Academy of Madison held its inaugural
21: The city of Madison dropped a pending lawsuit that
would determine if it had the authority to demolish the senior class graduation. Eithan Biswell, Tyler Miller, David
fire-damaged Elks building. It was decided that the building Waldon and Jesse Whitham made up the 2014 graduating
was no longer a threat to public health or safety.
class.
09: Christopher A. Coy, 32, pleaded
guilty to neglect charges that resulted
in the death of his infant son. Coy was
sentenced to 24 years in prison.
12: More than 750 people participated in annual Molly Dattilo 5K Run/
Walk marking the 10-year anniversary
of Dattilo’s disappearance.
12: Caroline Brunner and Koty
Clubb were crowned queen and king
of the Madison Consolidated High
School prom.
14: Tori Durand and Cody Dean
were crowned queen and king of the
Trimble County High School prom.
17: A 12-member jury found Jacob
Blanton, former assistant band director at Madison Consolidated High
School, not guilty on a charge of
sexual misconduct with a minor.
21: City Councilman Kevin Kellems
resigned from his position citing that
he no longer felt he could meet the
time commitment needed for the job.
21: Eric Scott Gentr y, of Carrollton, died from blunt force injuries
sustained after becoming trapped
in a portable cement mixer on the
proper ty of his employer, Kemper
Construction.
22: Nyctasia Fitton and Connor
Boone were crowned queen and king
of the Shawe Memorial High School
prom.
27: Hanover College celebrated
its 181st commencement with 233
members of the class of 2014 receiving diplomas.
29: A gas explosion and fire
destroyed the Carrollton home of
William Travis Noble. Noble, his young
son and his mother were able to
escape without injury.
31: The U.S. Department of Education announced there was not sufficient evidence to rule that Hanover
College retaliated against a student
who alleged she had been raped on
campus.
31: Deb and Mike Fine, owners of
Cocoa Safari Chocolates and Hertz
Shoe Store, won the 2014 Historic
Madison Inc. Dorothy Inglis Reindollar
Preservation Award.
WALLER’S METER, Inc.
2606 Wilson Ave. (behind Clifty Tire) Madison, IN
HOURS:
Phone: 812-265-3565 • Fax: 812-265-3647
Mon.-Fri. 7am-4pm
www.wallersmeterinc.com
Established 1983
Paving
Seal Coating
Crack Filling
Path Repair
Striping
Free Estimates
(812) 256-2000
Grading
Drainage
Site Work
Stone Work
Parking Lot Clearing
Chip & Seal Driveways
QUALITY ISN’T EXPENSIVE - IT’S PRICELESS
www.winghampaving.com
(502) 222-5900
8
JUNE
Established 1984
SEDAM
Contracting Corporation
Quality Work at Great Prices
•
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•
•
302 W. LaGrange Rd.
Hanover, IN 47243
(812) 866-5607
Asphalt Paving
General Excavating
Sewer & Water Lines
Concrete Construction
0% Financing Available
02: L.E. “Chip” Horner spoke during a memorial service
07: A man wearing a University of Kentucky cap and sunfor John Horner on the Hanover College campus. John glasses pulled off a robbery at the U.S. Bank in Carrollton.
Horner served as president of the college for 29 years, The robber escaped with less than $1,000. (Surveillance
from 1958 to 1987.
photo courtesy of KSP)
Established 1985
Ford Lumber
Proud Supplier of
& Building Supply
For the Best Quality...Best Service...Best Prices!
748 Scott Court • Madison, IN
(812) 273-4184
Monday thru Friday 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday 7:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Established 1986
•
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•
•
original art
custom signs
autographics
murals
23: River Sweep volunteer April Ayler points out trash
12: Deena Schafer, the driving force behind founding the
Canaan Community Academy, announced her resignation as to her son Tyler, 8, and daughter Kyra, 6, as they work
the school’s chief academic officer. Schafer taught at Madi- along the river bank. Local coordinator Stephanie Hellson Consolidated Schools for more than 30 years before man celebrated her 25th year with the program.
becoming the head administrator at CCA.
227 E. 2ND Street • Madison, IN
812-701-3993
[email protected]
Established 1986
Daniel J. Hellmann, Owner
Computer Services
Setup • Repair • Maintenance
Website Design • Custom Software
www.clonesplus.com • (812) 265-3264
131 East Main Street, Madison, IN 47250
Established 1987
Gifts That Last
Specializing in non-invasive natural
pain management,
Aroma therapy and Karuna Reiki.
Feng Shui, Crystals, Gemstones
Many hard to find gift ideas!
Gifts That Last
120 East Main Street, Madison • 265-6717
www.aromaremedies.com
27: The Hanover Police Depar tment welcomed its
newest officer, Champy, a 20-month-old Belgian Malinois,
as part of the Department’s first K-9 unit. The K-9 unit
will be funded entirely by donations, though the town did
contribute $10,000 toward startup costs.
03: Kyle Cutshaw, Aaron Watson
and Jordan Bowles were sworn in
during a City Council meeting as the
newest Madison Police Department
officers.
09: Tina Harrod, 46, of Madison
was killed in an apparent hit-and-run
in the 2300 block of Wilson Avenue.
She was walking toward her nearby
home when she was struck by a
passing vehicle that fled the scene.
12: Clint Hayes, of Bedford, was
arrested after robbing a Campbellsburg Marathon gas station.
17: Madison approved a contract
with Commonwealth Engineering to
work on a long-term plan to upgrade
the city’s water treatment plant.
18: April D. Bates, 32, of Madison, received a one-year suspended
30: Katy McFarland was crowned the 2014 Miss Jefferson County Fair Queen. Her court included, left to right,
Miss Congeniality Jennifer Huff, first runner-up Makenzie
Deputy, second runner-up Angela Goley and third runner-up
Angela Leap.
sentence and a 90-day driver’s
license suspension for involvement
in a two-vehicle collision that killed
26-year-old Everett Schafer in Sept.
2012.
19: The historic Eleutherian College received a $26,000 challenge
grant from the Jeffris Family Foundation in Janesville, Wis., to fund a
$85,000 interior restoration project.
20: Carroll County school officials
named Bill Hogan as the new superintendent to succeed Lisa James.
21: Historic Madison Inc. was
awarded a $375,000 challenge grant
from the Jeffris Family Foundation to
help fund renovations to the Shrewsbury-Windle House on First Street.
24: Marc Rossignol, of Hanover,
was sentenced to 12 years in prison
after pleading guilty to felony drug
charges in three different cases.
25: Mayor Damon Welch outlined
details of a $14 million MadisonMilton bridge approach project, which
will be paid for by the state.
26: Jef ferson County Coroner
Johnny Collins confirmed that Sharon
Brown, 69, of Madison, died from
injuries sustained in a two-vehicle
accident on Michigan Road.
27: Isel Gonzalez, 34, was sentenced to 14 years in prison after
pleading guilty to charges of child
molestation.
27: The Jefferson County Clerk’s
office issued its first marriage license
to a same-sex couple one day after a
federal judge found Indiana’s ban on
gay marriage to be unconstitutional.
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12: Supporters of 4-H dug deep into their pockets
02: Fair Play Fire Company No. 1 won its third consecuto help the organization bring in in an unofficial total of
tive Regatta Festival waterball competition, defeating
Clifty Volunteer Fire Company No. 6. Six fire departments $206,900 during the 2014 Jefferson County 4-H Fair
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Dupont Elementary building. Madison Consolidated Schools catatuck Urban Training Center’s two-week military and
closed the school in 2012. A group of 50 voted overwhelm- emergency response training. The drill brings military units
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28: About 40 people attended a memorial service for
Carlin Sarah Davis at the Trimble County Park. Davis was
shot and killed by Robert Harmon, 48, of Milton, before he
turned the gun on himself. Harmon’s former girlfriend, Niki
Davis, 33, was also shot during an argument.
02: Chloe Jenelle Grif fith was
named 2014 Miss Trimble County
Fair.
07: James T. Bagshaw, 55, of New
Albany, was killed and three others
suffered minor injuries in a two-vehicle
accident on State Road 62.
08: The Madison Board of Public
Works and Safety approved a $3.6
million construction bid from Dugan
& Meyers Construction Co. to make
improvements to the city’s water pollution control facility.
09: Madison Fire Chief Steve Horton announced his retirement.
09: Street Superintendent Doug
Vest announced his resignation.
10: A civil case filed against Need-
30: Avid hunter Larry Hoagland got to fire a gun one
more time as part of Thornton Terrace’s Live a Dream
program. Jefferson County Sheriff John Wallace arranged
for Hoagland to spend part of an afternoon at the Madison
Police and Sheriff’s Department gun range on the hilltop.
ful Things owner Julie M. Marshall
was settled out of court.
16: Jesse Watterson, 18, suffered
a head injury following a hit-and-run
accident at Madison Mobile Village.
17: The FBI apprehended April
Johnson and Jonathan Johnson following a string of robberies in North
Carolina, Indiana, Tennessee and
Arkansas. April Johnson stole $1,500
from MainSource Bank on July 1.
26: Charles L. Whitham, father of
Charles S. Whitham, was charged
with trying to quiet his son’s alleged
victim during the investigation of an
attempted murder case.
26: Three motorcyclists were
injured in Lexington during Gov. Mike
Pence’s annual motorcycle ride to
promote safety and awareness.
28: An exercise course at Johnson
Lake opened to honor Dr. John W.
Petscher, a Madison veterinarian who
died in 2011.
29: Laura and Tony Ratcliff, owners of the Ohio Theatre, reached
their fundraising goal of $25,000
to help secure financing for digital
equipment.
31: The Canaan Community
Academy school board elected Tara
Hayes, the school’s chief operating
officer, and Donna Taylor, the former
special education director, to replace
former Chief Academic Officer Deena
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19: Travelers had to use alternate routes for months
16: Teams lined Madison’s riverfront to show off their
cooking skills in Ribberfest’s amateur competition, the as construction continued on the State Road 7 bridge
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27: A crew from Ohio Valley Excavating demolished
a house on Harrison Street a few feet from the new
Madison-Milton Bridge. The property is owned by, and was
the childhood home of, Jim Alexander. Demolition crews
began dismantling the building after part of the home caved
in and nearly landed on the bridge approach.
02: A pool of mosquitoes collected
from the Hanover Waste Water Treatment Facility tested positive for West
Nile virus, making Jefferson County
one of 13 in Indiana with the virus.
02: Riverboat Inn owner Kathie Petkovic purchased the former Needful
Things building north of the MadisonMilton bridge for $75,000.
05: Jennifer Lundergan, a Hanover
College junior, died after her vehicle
crashed head-on with a vehicle driven
by Miachel Hancock-Eccles, of Madison, just outside of Milton on KY 36.
05: The Indiana Depar tment of
Education released ISTEP scores
showing that Southwestern Schools
showed the most improvement in the
area with a 12 percent increase.
28: An open house was held for the new Jefferson
County Extension and Soil and Water Conservation Office
on the 4-H Fairgrounds, named in honor of Lonnie Mason.
The event also ser ved as a retirement reception for
Carolyn Stutler, the consumer family science/4-H youth
associate.
07: Canaan Community Academy
ISTEP scores were invalidated by the
Indiana Department of Education after
an investigation found irregularities in
how the test was administered during
the 2013-2014 school year.
11: Corey Washburn, of Carrollton,
was arrested after an attempted robbery at United Citizens Bank in New
Castle. Washburn grabbed another
customer’s cash, but was stopped
before leaving the building.
15: The Madison City Council
agreed to give city employees a 1.5
percent pay raise.
19: Antoinette Kniola, 66, of Vevay,
died from injuries sustained crashing
her bicycle over an embankment near
Mennets Hollow Road.
19: Car mon Hicks, 19, was
arrested in connection with a July
hit-and-run accident that injured 18year-old Jesse Watterson.
23: Dorrell Ritchie, of Vevay, died
en route to a Louisville hospital
after suffering injuries from an auto
accident inside Jef ferson Proving
Ground.
28: Zachar y Simmons, 27, was
sentenced to 13 years in prison after
pleading guilty to possession of methamphetamine.
29: Carroll County sheriff’s deputy,
J.T. Shaw, filed a lawsuit against
the sheriff’s office claiming to have
been retaliated against after reporting
improprieties to the Kentucky State
Police.
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06: Lynn Hall has been on the Hanover College campus
09: Madison’s sanitary sewer system was checked for
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19: A group of Madison Consolidated and Southwestern
11: Nick Vujicic, who was born without arms or legs,
spoke to around 4,000 area junior high and high school high school FFA members shared their love of farm life with
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19: An Ahrens Fox fire truck that was bought new by the
Washington Fire Company No. 2 in Madison in 1916 and
was used by that company until 1947 was returned to
Madison. The truck was donated to the Jefferson County
Historical Society by Randy Koorsen of Indianapolis.
04: Sherry Eblen was unanimously
elected Jef ferson County auditor
in a caucus of Republican precinct
committee members. She replaced
Celeste Reed who resigned.
10: Joseph Parks, 35, was arrested
on rape charges.
18: Indiana Democratic Par ty
Chairman John Zody asked Senate
President Pro Tempore David C. Long
to denounce the use of false information that was used in polling during
the State Senate District 45 race. A
question asked in a September poll
administered by the Indiana Senate
Majority Campaign Committee incorrectly labeled Democratic candidate
Julie Berr y as a former Jef ferson
24: A former dining facility and lecture hall between Donner Hall and Ide Hall was repurposed as a theater space
called “The Other Place” at Hanover College. The college
was working on renovation plans for Parker Auditorium
where the school’s theater productions had been held.
County Council member instead of
County Commissioner.
20: Former Ohio Valley Opportunities Inc. employee Janice Peelman
was arrested on charges of theft and
fraud. Peelman confessed to thefts
beginning in 2008 totaling more than
$25,000.
20: Curr y Morgan and Tristyn
Smolarczyk were crowned the 2014
Madison Consolidated High School
Homecoming king and queen.
22: Hanover College held its 87th
homecoming and crowned Desmond
Marks and Daquisha Jones king and
queen and Saxton Archer and Summer
Kennedy as prince and princess.
25: ArcelorMittal and Gerdau Ameri-
steel announced the sale of Gallatin
Steel to Nucor Corporation for $770
million.
25: Joshua Barron, Heather Feutz
and George Gullion were each charged
with burglary with a deadly weapon
after being arrested in early September after breaking into a salvage yard
on Marble Hill Road.
26: Logan Thompson, 21, was
arrested on charges of battery and
residential entr y after entering a
home, choking a homeowner and
threatening to kill her family.
27: Thomas Hutchinson, 27, of
Hanover, was identified as the victim
in a head-on collision on State Road
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07: The Kentucky Aviation Hall of Fame announced
02: Former Richard Nixon counsel John Dean spoke
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29: Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, Kentucky Gov. Steve
Beshear, Madison Mayor Damon Welch, Milton Mayor
Denny Jackson and hundreds of residents, government
officials and other dignitaries celebrated the new bridge
— and what it means for the two states.
04: Peter Kassig, a former Hanover
College student living and working in
the Middle East as a humanitarian aid
worker, was identified as the potential
next beheading victim by the Islamic
State militant group.
06: ISIS captive Peter Kassig wrote
to his parents saying that he’s afraid
to die and is saddened by the pain his
captivity must be causing his family.
06: John T. Walker, of Arkansas
City, Kansas, was killed when a car
in which he was a passenger struck a
truck on U.S. 421 near the entrance
of the Jefferson Proving Ground. The
car was driven by Jordan Griffin of
Madison. Six people were injured in
the accident.
07: Madison School Board President Todd Bass announced he would
not seek re-election to the board.
Bass cited his military commitment
as the reason for pulling out of the
race.
08: Madison City Council members
approved the city’s 2015 budget. The
budget included $80,000 for the Jefferson County Industrial Development
Corporation.
08: Robert Everhart was honored
during the Carroll County Tobacco
Festival for his service in the Army
during the Korean War. Everhart was
raised in Dupont.
08: Indiana county clerks were
told that they must issue marriage
licenses for same-sex couples.
30: A flag that had been flown over the Pentagon and
the 9/11 Memorial by a Black Hawk helicopter arrived in
Madison with a team of runners from Louisville. Thirteen
Madison-area residents helped carry the flag to its next
stop on the Old Glory Coast to Coast Relay in Cincinnati.
09: The Jefferson County Election
Board agreed to honor part of a public
records request asking for copies
of absentee ballot applications for
the November general election. Mark
Wynn, who filed the request, said
Jefferson and Scott counties had an
“unusually large” number of inactive
voters asking for absentee ballots.
09: Workers installed playground
equipment at Jaycee Park. The park
had been closed during the bridge
construction.
09: Madison Consolidated High
School’s biomedical Project Lead the
Way class received a $16,600 grant
to buy equipment and provide training
for the college-level course.
10: Jordan T. Griffin, of Madison,
was charged with one count of operating a vehicle while intoxicated causing
death and eight counts of operating
a motor vehicle while intoxicated
causing serious bodily injury. Griffin’s
passenger John T. Walker, of Kansas,
died in the accident.
10: Jeff Hayes, arrested earlier
in the year for animal cruelty, was
charged on two counts of theft and
seven counts of check deception.
13: The annual Soup, Stew, Chili
& Brew event held on Main Street
featured 45 booths.
18: Nicholas Mendenhall, 29, of
LaGrange, was arrested on charges
including murder and driving while
intoxicated after crashing into the
back of a vehicle driven by Connie
Hughes. Hughes stopped to help
Mendenhall’s mother, Keccia Jansen,
who had left the bar she and her son
were visiting when she became stuck
on the side of the road.
21: Ricky L. Bur ton, 24, was
charged with arson after setting a fire
in his grandparents’ home.
21: An unstable building at 108 W.
Main Street was sold to PlaceWorks
LLC. Extensive water damage was to
blame for the building’s condition.
21: Mark A. Wiker was charged with
counts of operating a vehicle while
intoxicated after turning his dump
truck over in the 8300 block of Doe
Run Road.
22: A North Vernon man, Michael
Vance, was charged for burglary after
stealing jewelry, guns and other items
from his grandparents’ home while
they attended a funeral.
25: Jesse D. McGuire, 25, of Madison, died from a gunshot wound to
the head after McGuire and Natasha
Cutshall, 27, evaded police capture.
McGuire and Cutshall were chased
by police regarding an earlier incident
where the two got away from police.
27: Joshua Hart, of North Vernon,
was arrested by Madison Police on
existing warrants through Jackson
County for probation violation and a
previous charge of child molestation.
28: Indiana State Police ruled the
death of Jesse D. McGuire a suicide.
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12: Dozens of veterans attended the Veterans Day
program at Madison Consolidated High School. The annual
event featured guest speakers and students who read
poems, played music and gave speeches to honor the
guests. Many other area schools also hosted events during
the week of Veterans Day to honor those who served.
04: A Carroll County, Ky., grand
jur y indicted Sheriff Jamie Kinman
on charges of official misconduct
and tampering with physical evidence
just one day before the general election where Kinman was running for
re-election.
04: Chaylen Sedam and Ashby
Drake were crowned the 2014 Trimble County High School homecoming
king and queen before the Raiders
game against border-rival Carroll
County.
07: Carroll County Chief Deputy
J.T. Shaw was fired by Sheriff Jamie
Kinman for insubordination. Shaw
had filed a civil whistleblower lawsuit
against Kinman earlier in the year
and lost a run for Carroll County
Sheriff just days before being fired.
07: Dr. Thomas C. Eckert and Mary
Ecker t filed a complaint for theft
of more than $1.3 million against
John C. Eckert. Court records said
Thomas Ecker t had given money
to John Ecker t for deposit into a
client’s funds trust account but did
not receive the money back when
John Eckert gave up his law license
in 2013.
11: Sherif f’s deputies arrested
Boyd J. Barrett, 41, on five charges,
including battery and strangulation,
after officers received a domestic
violence call.
11: State Road 7 at Dupont
reopened to traffic after being closed
for a bridge removal and replace-
17: The Islamic State group beheaded Peter Kassig,
an Army Ranger-turned-aid worker, who was seized while
delivering relief supplies last year. The 26-year-old, who
once attended Hanover College, founded an aid group to
help Syrians. President Barack Obama confirmed Kassig’s
slaying after a review of the video, which also showed the
beheadings of a dozen Syrian soldiers. (SERA photo)
ment. The road had been closed at
Camp Creek since early July.
13: Jef ferson County 911
announced that residents could send
a text message to central dispatch
during emergency situations. Law
enforcement cautioned that in most
cases a call should be made instead
of sending a text message.
16: The Lide White Memorial Boys
& Girls Club/Family & Community
Center celebrated its 60th birthday.
18: Mar y Lou K. Rowlett was
charged with identity deception, fraud
and theft after attempting to bail herself out of jail with her grandmother’s
credit card. Rowlett called from the
Jefferson County Jail posing as her
grandmother during the attempt.
18: Loren G. Copeland was arrested by Jef ferson County Sherif f’s
deputies after being involved in two
accidents in the same day. Copeland
fled the scene of the first accident
before being found at the scene of a
second accident on U.S. 421.
21: Ashley A. Watkins, a 2014
Southwestern High School graduate, filed a civil lawsuit against the
school corporation and her former
cheerleading coach for damages due
to injuries she said she sustained
after performing with the team in the
school’s gymnasium in 2012.
21: A fire in North Vernon spread
to several buildings on the corner
of Shor t and Fifth streets causing
severe damage. The building, owned
by Larry Hatton, caught fire two times
in the span of one month.
21: The American Society of Highway Engineers Great Lakes Region
recognized the Madison-Milton Bridge
project with its “Project of the Year”
award.
22: Grote Industries announced
plans to invest $20.7 million by the
end of 2018 to renovate and equip
its facility to accommodate growth.
25: Police arrested 19-year-old
Gabriel Banuelos after months of
investigation following a hit-and-run
accident in June. Tina Harrod was
struck and killed by a vehicle driven
by Banuelos, who fled the scene.
25: The 2014 Nights Before
Christmas Candlelight Tour of Homes
featured six private homes, two
churches, the Lanier Mansion, the
Schofield House and the Jefferson
County Historical Society Histor y
Center.
26: Madison Consolidated Schools,
Ivy Tech Community College, Jefferson County Industrial Development
Corporation, Ec015, and the City of
Madison announced a par tnership
to address workforce development
using a series of educational building
blocks to move students through
degree completion.
29: The Nuclear Regulatory Commission held a public meeting to hear
concerns regarding the closure of the
depleted uranium testing area at the
former Jefferson Proving Ground.
2014 ELECTION 15
Mike Hensley talked with supporters while awaiting the
results of his race against incumbent Alison Frazier for
Jefferson County Superior Court Judge.
Julie Berry received support from her
mother, Donna Jackson, while awaiting
election results on election night.
Norbert Schafer kept it light with his daughter Emily, his wife, Deena, and sup- Tina Gleeson, who ran unopposed
porter Rod Asher while keeping an eye on the numbers in his race with incumbent for re-election as Jefferson County
assessor, gets in on the party.
Tom Pietrykowski in the County Commissioner Upper District
Judy Andrew Smith celebrates Republican supporters, Jefferson County incumbent Sheriff John Wallace and
results at The Liver y Stable on Jefferson County council incumbent Judy Andrew Smith watch as local and state
results come in.
election night.
03: The Jefferson County Election Board met to discuss issues with
absentee ballots. A voter had received a ballot with the incorrect name.
Another absentee ballot had been returned with someone else’s signature.
The post office’s optical reader had also caused issues with absentee
ballots being sent to voters.
04: Voters turned out to cast their votes during the 2014 general
elections.
05: John Wallace won re-election as Jefferson County Sheriff with 7,401
votes to challenger Bronson Hensley Sr.’s 1,725 votes.
05: Karen Mannix won re-election as county clerk with 4,579 votes. She
defeated opponents David Nickels and Nancy Webster.
05: Sherry Eblen was elected to her first full term as county auditor with
5,442 votes. Eblen defeated Kathryn Sauer in the race.
05: Norbert Schafer defeated incumbent county commissioner Tom
Pietrykowski by 138 votes in one of the closest races in the county’s
election.
05: Democratic candidate Mike Hensley was elected Superior Court
Judge over Republican incumbent Alison Frazier. Hensley defeated Frazier
by 1,613 votes.
05: Republican Tina Gleeson ran unopposed for re-election as assessor, and Democrat Chad Lewis ran unopposed for re-election as county
prosecutor.
05: Republican incumbents Chris Shelton and Judy Andrew Smith were
retained on the Jefferson County Council during the election. They will
be joined by two newcomers, Republican candidate Ray Denning, who
defeated Mike Bruce, and Democratic candidate Gary Armbrecht, who ran
unopposed in the election.
05: Kenny Garrett Jr. and Denise Buxton won election to the Hanover
Town Council. They were elected to the council’s two at-large seats.
05: Robert Kring Jr., Linda LaCour and Carl Glessing won seats on the
Madison Consolidated Schools board. LaCour defeated challenger Larry
Henry for the District 3 seat.
05: Richard Stockdale, Lacie Deputy and John Jones won election to
the Southwestern Schools board. Stockdale defeated candidate Warren
Auxier by 141 votes.
05: Carroll County Sheriff Jamie Kinman won re-election with 1,658
votes over write-in challenger J.T. Shaw, who received 1,382 votes.
05: Michael Humphrey retained the Carroll County Jailer’s seat with
2,485 votes. Humphrey defeated write-in candidate Scott Rose.
05: Incumbent Mark Bates won re-election to the Carroll County Fiscal
Court as District 3 magistrate. Bates defeated Ever “D.J.” Carroll.
05: Several Carroll County candidates were unopposed for their respective seats. Bobby Lee Westrick won the election for county judge-executive.
Nicholas Marsh won re-election for county attorney. Alice Marsh won
re-election to the seat of county clerk. David Wilhoite was re-elected as
county coroner, and Rob Robertson won re-election for property valuation
administrator.
05: Robb Adams defeated incumbent Gene McMurry to become the next
mayor of Carrollton. Adams also defeated challenger Ann Deatherage.
05: Hayley Franklin, Doug Hill, Kevin Craig, Dwight Louden, Mike
Gordon and Jeffrey Dickow were elected as to seats on the Carrollton
City Council.
05: Dru Maiden and Carolyn Jones ran unopposed for seats on the
Carroll County Schools board.
05: Crystal Heinz defeated incumbent Perry Arnold to win the Trimble
County attorney’s seat.
05: Jodi Cull Ginn and Kerry G. Callis defeated incumbents Jill Simmons
and Haley Turner to win seats on the Trimble County Schools board.
05: Nolan Hamilton Jr. was re-elected to the Trimble County Fiscal Court
as the District 1 magistrate. He defeated William Sizemore.
05: Tim Coons was re-elected as Trimble County Sheriff. Coons
defeated write-in candidate Brandon Harell.
05: Several Trimble County candidates ran unopposed for county
offices. Jerry Powell was re-elected judge-executive. Tina Browning won
re-election to the office of county clerk. Bobby G. Temple ran unopposed
for county jailer. Frederica Congleton ran unopposed for county coroner.
Kenny Green and David Scott ran unopposed for magistrates on the
Trimble County Fiscal Court.
05: Todd Pollock won the seat of Bedford mayor. Milton Mayor Denny
Jackson was re-elected to another term as mayor. Pollock and Jackson
both ran unopposed.
05: Darrell Harmon, Harold Greene, Frank Floyd and Jimmy Helm were
elected to the Bedford City Commission.
05: Lynn Comeaux, Troy Alexander, Jerry Harmon and Seth Willis were
elected to the Milton City Commission.
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02: McDonald’s worker Tamara J.
Cunningham, 35, was arrested on
felony theft charges after supervisors
showed police surveillance video that
showed Cunningham removing money
from a register.
03: Alecia Marie Adams, 29, was
charged with felony theft and criminal
conversion after a Walmart employee
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chicken from the deli for which she
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Senior High School to take items from
school lockers and staff offices.
09: Amy Drumm, manager of the
Victoria Inn apartment complex, was
arrested along with Travis L. Jones
and Christopher Kent after resident
Craig Watkins repor ted a missing
laptop and iPhone.
11: The Madison Consolidated
Schools board approved a three-year
contract extension for Superintendent
Ginger Studebaker-Bolinger covering
July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2018.
11: The Madison Consolidated
Schools board approved the transfer
of the Dupont Elementar y school
building to Lancaster Township officials on Jan. 1.
16: Southwestern Schools Superintendent Steve Telfer announced plans
to retire.
20: Tammy M. Hayes, of Vevay,
was sentenced to one year in the
Indiana Depar tment of Correction
and four years of supervised probation after she pleaded guilty to fraud
on her former employer MainSource
Bank. Hayes was also ordered to
pay restitution to the bank totaling
$48,268.09 and given 80 hours of
community service.
22: Kayla Nicole Jackson, of Bedford, was killed in a single-vehicle
crash. Jackson, 20, was a passenger
in a vehicle driven by 18-year-old Kyle
D. Hawkins, and was pregnant at the
time.
22: Ghent City Clerk, Robbin
Powell, was arrested on charges of
theft by unlawful taking when it was
discovered that Powell illegally wrote
city checks to herself believed to total
from $105,000 to $180,000.
24: The Jef ferson County Commissioners approved a contract
with the Jefferson County Industrial
Development Corporation for 2015.
The contract included a maximum
payment of $80,000.
26: Jef ferson County Sherif f’s
deputies arrested Tony Nantz on
two counts of intimidation after his
girlfriend told officers that he had
threatened to kill her saying it was “a
good day to die.”
26: Madison prosecutors filed drug
possession charges against Ryan
Alexander, 27, after police found 50
prescription pills on Alexander during
an arrest for theft at Walmart.
27: Michael A. Creech, of Dupont,
was charged by Jef ferson County
prosecutors after a relative of his said
she was sexually assaulted and raped
in October 2013.
27: Jason Riddle, 34, faced two
felony charges after Madison Police
said he texted an of f-duty of ficer
about setting up a possible drug deal
earlier in the month.
27: Jordan Rand Chandler, 20,
faced charges of dealing in cocaine,
possession of cocaine, dealing in a
controlled substance and possession
of a controlled substance. Chandler
was out on bond after being arrested
earlier this month on burglar y and
theft charges for breaking into Shawe
Memorial Junior and Senior High
School.
31: A send-off reception was held
in honor of retiring Carroll County
Judge-Executive Harold “Shor ty”
Tomlinson.
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January
08: Kohl’s Kicking ranks Madison’s Hunter Sego as the 42nd best
high school kicker in the nation after
an impressive effort at the Midwest
Winter Regional Kicking, Punting and
Snapping camp in Wisconsin.
08: Madison wrestling scores a
50-18 win over Southwestern in the
Battle for the Paddle.
11: Switzerland County girls and
boys basketball sweeps the Rivertown Classic championships from
Lawrenceburg, 55-53 and 66-58,
respectively. Eve Galbreath and
Austin Clark are named MVPs.
11: Madison boys and girls swimming claim Madison Invitational
titles.
14: Carson Wattenbarger’s 3pointer at the buzzer gives Madison
boys basketball a 56-53 comeback
win over Jennings County.
19: Shelbe Black scores 18 points
as Trimble County girls basketball
comes from behind to defeat WaltonVerona 57-49 for the school’s first
All “A” Classic championship since
2008.
24: Nick Macon scores 30 of his
career-high 34 points in the second
half as Madison boys basketball
scores an 89-87 overtime upset win
at top-ranked and defending Class
3A state champion Greensburg,
which was previously unbeaten.
27: Carroll County boys basketball
wins the All “A” Eighth Region championship 47-39 over Owen County,
giving the Panthers their first title
since 2005. Austin Crowell is named
MVP.
29: Trimble County girls basketball
wins 68-66 over Murray in double
over time in the opening round of
the All “A” Classic State Finals in
Frankfort.
30: Carroll County boys basketball
falls to Cordia 72-42 in the opening
round of the All “A” Classic State
Finals in Frankfort.
31: Trimble County girls basketball loses 65-48 to Newport Central
Catholic in the second round of the
All “A” State Finals.
CHAMPIONSHIP CALIBER: Three
of the bigger sports stories in
the Courierarea in 2014 involved
athletics plays on a national
stage as the hometown boat and
two hometown golfers achieved
greatness this year. Above: The
hometown Oberto/Miss Madison
team — and new driver Jimmy
Shane — won not only the team’s
first APBA Gold Cup since 1971
but also the H1 series high points
championships. Left: Former
Madison golfer Justin Tereshko
qualified for and advanced to the
Round of 16 in match play at the
U.S. Amateur in August. Right:
Former Madison golfer Karen
Dennison Paolozzi became just
the second female in history to
qualify for the male-dominated
PGA Professional Championship where she survived all four
rounds and finished a women’s
best ever 49th. (Submitted photos left, right)
February
01: Madison’s Chayce Young, Jordan Partee and Mitchell Sandlin win
individual IHSAA wrestling sectional
titles at Jennings County. Cubs send
eight grapplers overall to regional.
08: Madison wrestling wins the
IHSAA regional for the first time in
17 years at Jeffersonville as both
Mitchell Sandlin and Jordan Partee
win individual championships. Six
other Cubs advance to semistate.
08: Switzerland County for ward
Austin Clark scores his 1,000th
career point as the Pacers fall 51-47
at Franklin County.
14: Trimble County girls basketball coach Kerrie Stewart is named
the 8th Region Coach of the Year.
Trimble’s Paige Black is named an
All-Eighth Region selection.
15: Madison girls basketball
thumps Charlestown 72-46 behind
Whitney Wynn’s 17 points to win the
Class 3A Sectional 30 title.
15: Mitchell Sandlin and Jordan
Par tee become the first Madison
duo to qualify for the IHSAA wrestling
state finals. Sandlin becomes just
the second Cub in history to win a
semistate title.
15: Southwestern girls basketball
scores a thrilling 51-48 triple overtime win over Switzerland County to
advance to the Class 2A Sectional
45 championship.
15: Hanover women’s basketball
coach Molly Jones collects her 250th
career win as the Panthers beat
Anderson 71-52.
17: Southwestern girls basketball
battles to overtime again before los-
ing to Austin 50-49 in the Class 2A
Sectional 45 championship game.
21: Switzerland County boys basketball wins the Ohio River Valley
Conference outright for the first time
since 1994 as the Pacers defeat
Jac-Cen-Del 50-39 to finish 6-0 in the
conference.
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22: After defeating Southridge
66-57 in the morning semifinal,
Madison girls basketball falls to
Class 3A No. 2 Evansville Mater Dei
54-45 in the regional championship
game at Jasper.
22: Madison’s Jordan Par tee
(160 pounds) finishes four th and
Mitchell Sandlin (195 pounds) eighth
at the IHSAA wrestling state finals.
Partee’s finish is the highest by a
Cub in 17 years.
22: Hanover softball’s Leah Kemmerer sets a single-game school
record with 15 strikeouts as the
Panthers shut out Lyndon State (Vt.)
3-0.
25: Southwestern boys basketball
sees its 25-game losing streak come
to an end as the Rebels defeat Cannelton 71-51 behind Tristan Embs’
career-high 26 points.
27: Shawe boys golf coach Matt
Hall retires after completing his 20th
season. Dan Hambrick is named as
Hall’s replacement.
28: Switzerland County boys basketball extends its home winning
streak to 18 games as the Pacers
knock off Madison 59-56 to close
out the regular season.
28: Tim Bass sets the career
assist mark at 352 to lead Hanover
men’s basketball to a 61-54 win
over Defiance (Ohio).
March
02: Hanover men and women lose
in their Heartland Collegiate Athletic
Conference tournament championship games. The men fall 70-56 to
Rose-Hulman while the women lose
110-70 to Transylvania (Ky.).
03: Madison boys golf standout
Jordan Griffith announces his decision to attend Vincennes University
to play college golf.
06: Ten Courierarea players are
named Ohio River Valley Conference All-Conference selections.
Switzerland County coaches Ashley
Kitts and B.J. McAlister are named
Coaches of the Year. The Pacers’
Erika Coy is the girls’ mental attitude
award winner.
11: Defending national champion
Jimmy Shane is announced as the
21st driver in Miss Madison history,
replacing hometown favorite and
retired driver Steve David in the
Oberto/Miss Madison.
12: Madison’s Olivia Crozier
repeats as Courierarea Girls Basketball Player of the Year. The Cubs’
Willie Humes and Trimble County’s
Kerrie Stewar t are named CoCoaches of the Year.
12: Madison’s Olivia Crozier is
selected as a core six member of
the Indiana Junior Girls All-Star basketball team.
13: Longtime Oberto/Miss Madison crew chief Mike Hanson steps
down to take the same position
with rival Ellstrom Racing’s Spirit
of Qatar.
14: Switzerland County’s Austin
Clark is named the Courierarea Boys
Basketball Player of the Year. His
coach, B.J. McAlister, is also Coach
of the Year.
14: Madison’s Willie Humes
resigns as girls basketball coach
due to personal reasons. Humes
finishes with a 53-16 record including two sectional titles, a regional
crown and a trip to the 2012 Class
3A Final Four.
22: Madison’s Jordan Par tee
finishes third in the long jump at the
Hoosier State Relays Indoor Championship at Indiana Wesleyan.
24: Deputy Elementary wins the
Indiana State Archery Championship.
Fourth grader Joseph Amburgey wins
the individual state championship.
24: Trimble County’s Michael
Dunaway and Jacob Childs combine
for a no-hitter on the mound as the
Raiders pick up an impressive 11-0
baseball win over Eminence.
26: Madison girls golf standout
Amanda Detmer commits to play for
NCAA Division 1 Jacksonville (Fla.)
University.
April
02: Hanover lacrosse junior Nick
Hermes sets a single-season scoring
record with 35 goals as the Panthers
shutout Defiance, 21-0.
03: Madison senior Kelli Tereshko
announces she will continue her
gymnastics career at Ball State
University.
12: Carroll County baseball comes
from behind in the final three innings
to defeat Walton-Verona 7-5 for the
All “A” Classic Eighth Region championship.
14: Andy Firth resigns as Southwestern boys basketball coach after
a 1-21 record in his fourth year with
the Rebels. Firth was 20-67 overall
with the Rebels.
16: Former Madison Cub turned
Western Kentucky University starting
pitcher Ryan Thurston no-hits Indiana
University for eight innings before
the Hoosiers score a 1-0 win in 10
innings. Thurston strikes out seven
in the no-decision.
18: Madison basketball standout
Landon Perry decides to stay home,
becoming just the second Cub in
30 years to commit to play men’s
basketball at Hanover College.
22: Ryan Thurston again delivers,
pitching three scoreless innings as
Western Kentucky falls 3-1 to 12th
ranked Louisville.
23: Zakk Hicks throws a complete
game shutout and strikes out 12
as Carroll County baseball beats
Kentucky Country Day 6-0 to earn
the program’s first trip to the All “A”
Classic State Finals.
24: Brady Adler, 15, of Madison
bowls a perfect 300 and becomes
the youngest ever to bowl a perfect
REPEAT PERFORMERS: Courierarea basketball saw several repeat per formances in 2014.
Switzerland County’s Austin Clark (above left) and Madison’s Olivia Crozier (above right) were
repeat recipients of our Player of the Year honors. Madison’s Rich Bagienski (below left) and
Southwestern’s Jerry Bomholt (below right) both returned as coaches at their former programs.
Meanwhile, Trimble County’s Kerrie Stewart was voted Eighth Region Coach of the Year for the
second time in her career and Madison’s career scoring leader, Harold “Buster” Briley (above
center), a 1960 graduate, was named to the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame. (file photos)
game at Ten Pin Alley in Madison.
25: Carroll County lineman Josh
Gibbs inks his commitment to play
football at Eastern Kentucky University.
26: Madison baseball beats Class
A ranked South Central 12-4 to win
its first Madison Courier Invitational
Tournament since 2009.
29: Former Southwestern and
Shawe basketball coach Jerry Bomholt officially makes his comeback
to the area by agreeing to return as
coach of the Rebels. Bomholt had
previously coached at Southwestern
for five years.
30: The Ober to/Miss Madison
racing team unveils a new paint
scheme, adding more black to the
hydroplane and removing the “Oh
Boy” from the Oberto name.
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May
04: Carroll County baseball’s run
in the All “A” Classic State Tournament ends with a 7-3 loss to Danville
in the semifinals.
07: Tristan Embs twirls a complete
game shutout as Southwestern
baseball upsets Class 1A No. 6
Rising Sun 3-0.
09: Hanover women’s tennis falls
6-0 to No. 20 Sewanee (Tenn.) in the
opening round of the NCAA Division
III Tournament.
14: Five years after his firing,
Madison rehires Rich Bagienski
as the new girls basketball coach.
Bagienski had led the Cubs from
2000-2009.
15: Switzerland County girls track
and field repeats as Ohio River Valley
Conference champions.
20: Madison girls track and field
finishes runner-up at the Jeffersonville sectional. Raven Lee, Emily
Holland and Maddie Holland claim
individual titles.
22: Seven Courierarea athletes
win sectional titles at the boys track
and field sectional at Jeffersonville.
23: Carroll County baseball scores
seven runs in the final three innings
to win the 31st District championship 9-7 over Owen County.
26: Jordan Griffith wins his third
Trimble County debuted it’s new football field in October. The football team snapped a 20-game losing streak in 2014.
individual conference championship
in four years as Madison boys golf
wins the Hoosier Hills Conference
team title for the first time since
1991.
26: Trimble County’s Christian
Apel finishes fifth in the 800 meter
run at Kentucky’s Class A Boys Track
and Field State Finals.
27: Carroll County baseball falls
5-1 to Anderson County in the 8th
Region tournament semifinals.
28: Southwestern softball wins its
first Class 2A sectional since 2008
with a 5-0 victory over Milan. Rebel
pitcher Kelsi Brierly is named the
sectional MVP.
29: Shawe names Mike Armstrong
as the school’s new varsity volleyball
coach.
From all of us to all of you, we offer a sincere
Thank You
for making 2014 a successful year. We look forward to serving
you, your friends and neighbors in 2015. HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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June
02: Citing non-basketball reasons,
Pat King resigns as Madison boys
basketball coach after three seasons, including leading the team
in 2014 to its first winning season
since 2007.
03: Wanting to be closer to his
Seymour home, B.J. McAlister
resigns as Switzerland County boys
basketball coach after four seasons
that saw both an ORVC and sectional
championship.
04: Southwestern softball falls
3-1 to Providence in the Class 2A
regional championship game.
07: Madison’s Olivia Crozier
scores eight points and grabs eight
rebounds as the Indiana Junior All-
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Stars pick up an 84-61 win over the
Kentucky Junior All-Stars.
09: Madison boys golf wins a thirdstraight sectional championship by
19 strokes and Jordan Griffith wins
the individual crown for the third time
in three years.
16: Switzerland County hires inhouse and names assistant Adam
Dennis as the new varsity boys
basketball head coach.
20: Longtime crew member Larry
Hanson is named Miss Madison
Racing’s eighth crew chief team
history.
23: After longtime stints at DeKalb
and Center Grove. Madison hires
veteran head coach Cliff Hawkins
as its new boys basketball coach. As
the 23rd coach in Madison history,
Hawkins arrives with a 433-287
record in 33 seasons.
23: Madison 2000 graduate
Karen Dennison Paolozzi becomes
the second female in histor y to
make the cut after the second round
of the PGA Professional National
Championship. Paolozzi survived all
four rounds to become the highest
finishing female in tournament history by placing 49th.
26: Madison senior golfer Amanda
Detmer finishes fourth at the Indiana
PGA Women’s Open.
CHAMPS: Southwestern’s boys soccer team shutout sectional host Shawe 4-0 to repeat as sectional champs in 2014.
July
06: After dominating for nearly
two full days, Jimmy Shane and the
Oberto/Miss Madison jump the gun
at the start of the final heat, giving J.
Michael Kelly and Graham Trucking
the 2014 Governor’s Cup at the
Madison Regatta.
13: After 43 years, Jimmy Shane
and the Oberto/Miss Madison claim
the APBA Gold Cup in Detroit. The
win was the team’s first in the Gold
Cup since the movie-inspiring victory
by Jim McCormick at Madison in
1971.
14: Deputy Elementar y finishes
sixth at the World Archery Tournament in Madison, Wis.
23: Former Madison golfer Justin
Tereshko qualifies for the prestigious
U.S. Amateur Golf Tournament.
27: Despite damage sustained in
a collision with rival Dave Villwock in
the Miss Beacon Plumbing, Jimmy
Shane and the Oberto/Miss Madison win the Lamb Weston Columbia
Cup in Tri-Cities, Wash.
August
03: Another run-in with Dave
Villwock makes for a rough weekend as Jimmy Shane and the
Ober to/Miss Madison finish third
at the Albert Lee Cup at Seafair in
Seattle.
14: Madison 2008 graduate Justin
Tereshko advances to match play
before losing in a 23-hole battle to
Englishman Jimmy Mullen in the
second round of match play at the
CHAMPS: Carroll County baseball won both a 31st District and All “A” Classic Eighth Region championship in 2014.
PGA U.S. Amateur Golf Championships.
22: Carroll County football uses
a well-balanced rushing attack to
defeat Pendleton County 47-34 in
the area’s 2014 high school season
opener.
23: Madison and Southwestern
play to a 1-1 tie in a matchup of
Jefferson County boys soccer rivals.
29: Senior Kyle Tucker gains 212
all-purpose yards and the defense
collects five sacks as Madison
thrashes South Dearborn 26-7.
29: Madison graduate Karen Dennison Paolozzi, now an assistant
PGA professional in Atlanta, qualifies
for the 2015 KPMG Women’s PGA
Championship.
30: No. 18 Madison volleyball
goes 4-0 on the day to win the
Madison Invitational for the fourth
straight season.
September
02: Trimble County’s Tanner Stark
shoots 76 to qualify for the All “A”
Classic Boys Golf State Finals. Carroll County qualifies as a team.
05: Down 21-8 at halftime, Madison uses 348 rushing yards to come
back and defeat Floyd Central 28-21,
marking the team’s first win over the
Highlanders in eight years.
12: Trimble County football snaps
a 20-game losing streak with a 30-
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22 win over Jackson County. Dusty
Wyssbrod scores the winning touchdown on a 35-yard run in the fourth
quarter.
13: Madison 18th-ranked girls golf
team along and medalist Amanda
Detmer win the Hoosier Hills Conference team and individual championships for a fourth straight year: both
by just one stroke.
13: Shawe sophomore Megg
Hensler wins the Ohio River Valley
Conference individual girls golf title.
13: Trimble County volleyball’s
overall 46 game win streak against
North Central Kentucky Conference
teams is snapped in a 2-1 loss to
rival Carroll County in the All “A”
Classic Eighth Region semifinals.
14: A collision with a roller breaks
H1 points leader Jimmy Shane’s rib
and costs the driver a penalty at
the Muncey Cup at Bayfair and J.
Michael Kelly and Graham Trucking
win their third race of the hydroplane
season.
17: Southwestern boys soccer
coach Dave Bramer gets his 100th
career win as the Rebels blank South
Ripley 4-0.
19: Defense leads Madison football to a 17-14 homecoming win over
Jennings County in the inaugural
Battle of the Railroad game.
20: Madison’s Amanda Detmer
PERFECTION: Trimble County
volleyball ran its North Central
Kentucky Conference regular
season win streak to 42 games
dating back to 2010 for a fourth
straight perfect season in conference play. The Raiders have
won 51-of-52 games against
NCKC opponents overall — the
lone loss to Carroll County in
this year’s All “A” Classic Eighth
Region Tourney. (Submitted
photo)
wins her third straight IHSAA individual girls golf sectional crown.
Shawe’s Carson Hambrick qualifies
for her second straight individual trip
to the regional.
26: An all-around effort powers
Madison to a 33-25 win over New
Albany, the Cubs first win over the
Bulldogs in five years.
27: Amanda Detmer cards a twounder 70 to win the IHSAA individual
girls golf regional title and advance
to her fourth straight state finals.
October
04: Amanda Detmer battles
through two rounds of rain, wind and
cold to place fifth at the IHSAA girls
golf state finals at Clinton Prairie
Golf Club in Carmel.
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INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVERS: Madison’s Jordan Partee (above) was one
of two Cubs grapplers to advance to the IHSAA state finals. Partee
finished fourth at 160 pounds and teammate Mitchell Sandlin (left)
was eighth at 195 pounds. Shawe’s Megg Hensler (right) scored
one of the Hilltoppers’ top finishes of the season in any sport by
winning the girls Ohio River Valley Conference golf champiopnship.
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06: Switzerland County’s Whitley Schirmer and Talen Taylor win
the Ohio River Valley Conference
individual cross country championships.
07: Southwestern defeats Switzerland County 3-0 to finish 6-0 in Ohio
River Valley Conference volleyball
play and win its fourth conference
title in five years.
10: Southwestern shuts out
Shawe 4-0 to win its second straight
Class A boys soccer sectional championship.
10: Trimble County, playing its first
game in the school’s new football
stadium, dismantles Owen County
34-6 in a very wet home opener.
11: Madison’s boys and girls and
Southwestern’s girls advance to the
IHSAA cross country regional. Ten
Courierarea runners advance as
individuals.
11: Hanover women’s golf earns
a ber th in the NCAA Division III
Tournament with its second straight
Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference championship.
14: Madison’s volleyball seniors
set a school record with their 104th
career win in four years as the Cubs
pick up a 3-1 win over Lawrenceburg.
15: Trimble County volleyball
defeats Williamstown 3-0 to post
its fourth straight unbeaten regular
season in North Central Kentucky
Conference play.
16: Missed penalty kicks doom
Southwestern in the IHSAA Class A
boys soccer regional as the Rebels
fall 3-2 to Trinity Lutheran in overtime.
16: Carroll County boys soccer
uses Alex Burn’s hat trick to beat
Henry County for the team’s third
consecutive 31st District title.
17: Kyle Tucker rushes for 225
yards and four touchdowns and
Reece Dryden picks off three interceptions as Madison football blasts
Seymour 56-28 for the program’s
first .500 or better season since
1998.
19: Hanover women’s tennis
earns a 5-2 win over Rose-Hulman
for the team’s second straight Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference
championship and NCAA Division III
Tournament bid.
19: Seven local boys and girls
cross countr y runners advance to
the IHSAA semistate.
24: Madison’s 16-14 win at Franklin County in the opening round of
the IHSAA Class 4A football sectional
secures the program’s first winning
season (6-4) since 1992. It is also
the most wins by a Cubs football
team since 1991.
25: Underdog Switzerland County
defeats Austin 3-2 after trailing 2-1
to win program’s first IHSAA Class
2A sectional volleyball title.
28: Class 2A No. 1 Providence
defeats Switzerland County 3-0 in
the IHSAA volleyball regional.
November
01: Hanover’s women’s cross
country team places all seven runners on the all-conference team and
wins its second straight Heartland
Collegiate Athletic Conference championship.
01: Karen Denison Paolozzi finishes 65th at the PGA Assistant
Professionals Championship.
01: Five local runners earn a spot
in the KHSAA Class A cross country
state finals.
08: Rebecca Tumlin’s header in
the second overtime gives Hanover
women’s soccer its second straight
Hear tland Collegiate Athletic Conference championship and NCAA
Division III Tournament berth in a 3-2
win over Franklin.
12: Madison’s Emily Holland signs
a national letter of intent to play
volleyball at Ball State University
and Amanda Detmer signs her letter
to play golf at Jacksonville (Fla.)
University.
13: Madison basktball’s Olivia
Crozier officially signs her national
letter of intent to play basketball
at Southwestern Missouri State
University.
14: Madison girls basketball
coach Rich Bagienski picks up his
200th career victor y as the Cubs
grab a 72-45 win over Switzerland
County.
15: Hanover women’s soccer
loses 3-2 in the NCAA Division III
Tournament opener to Catholic (D.C.)
in Pittsburgh.
22: Graham Trucking’s J. Michael
Kelly may wins the season finale race
in Doha, Qatar, but Jimmy Shane
and the Oberto/Miss Madison claim
the boat’s fifth national high points
championship.
26: Madison basketball sweeps
the Turkey Shootout from Southwestern with a 68-39 girls victory and
68-21 boys win.
29: Hanover men’s basketball
upsets No. 5 Wooster 70-57 in the
22nd annual Collier Classic. It was
the first Panther win over a Top 10
team in 10 years.
December
01: Madison boys basketball
career scoring leader Buster Briley
is announced as a 2015 Indiana
Basketball Hall of Fame inductee.
04: Madison football’s Kyle Tucker
and Hunter Sego earn Associated
Press All-State Honorable Mention
selections.
09: After four season playing in
Japan for the Hiroshima Carp, former
Madison baseball standout Br yan
Bullington — a 1999 graduate and
Indiana’s Mr. Baseball that season
when he led the Cubs to the Class
3A state championship, signs a oneyear deal with Pacific League power
Orix Buffaloes.
13: Hanover women’s basketball
senior Alicia Hopkins joins the
program’s 1,000-point club in a 7767 win at Earlham.
15: Michael Dunaway posts a
double-double of 33 points and 16
rebounds as Trimble County boys
basketball ends a 25-game losing
streak against Oldham County
schools with a 65-53 win at South
SPORTS 23
Hanover College’s women’s soccer team won the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament to advance to the NCAA Division
III National Tournament in 2014. Ace softball pitcher Leah Kemmerer (left) broke the school record for strikeouts in February by fanning
15 batters in a 3-0 shutout of Lyndon State (Vt.)
Oldham. It was the Raiders’ first
win over South Oldham since Dec.
15, 2000.
16: Switzerland County girls basketball sets a school record for best
start in program history (9-1) in a
42-25 win at home against South
Ripley. The Pacers closed out 2015
rankde No. 9 in Class 3A.
22: Madison boys basketball clos-
es out the 2-14 part of its season
with five straight wins — including
back-to-back wins on two straight
Friday-Saturdays — to stand 6-1 on
the season.
29: Madison girls basketball (9-5)
goes 2-1 to finish fifth in its first
trip to the Rumble on the River at
Hnaover while host Southwestern
(5-9) places places eighth.
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