The Crothersville Senior Citizens will be serving up their annual Spring Breakfast this Saturday, April 29, at the Senior Center. Serving will be from 7-11 a.m.
On the menu will be biscuits & gravy, fried potatoes, eggs & sausage, fresh fruit, coffee cake, orange juice, milk, tea & coffee.
Carry out will be available and orders can be placed by calling 812-793-2523.
Cost of the meal is a free will donation.
An investigation that began in mid-February ended last Thursday, April 20, with the arrest of three Austin area men, according to ISP Sgt. Jerry Goodin.
In late February, Indiana State Police and Austin City Police investigated an anonymous tip of drug activity at a residence on Fourth Street in Austin
When authorities at that time went to the address on Fourth Street, they located Jeffrey ‘Darin’ Hanner and two other male subjects in a vehicle parked with the engine running behind the home.
After speaking to the occupants of the vehicle, police located methamphetamine, digital scales and cash. The evidence was taken into custody. Warrants from Scott Circuit Court were issued Tuesday for the three men.
On Thursday afternoon, April 20 troopers from ISP and officers from the Austin City Police Department went to a Cypress Street residence in Austin looking for Jeffrey ‘Darin’ Hanner, 45, from Water Tower Road northeast of Austin.
Officers located Hanner at the residence and after a short foot pursuit he was apprehended and taken into custody charged with possession of methamphetamine, dealing methamphetamine, resisting law enforcement and criminal trespass.
Also charged in connection with the February investigation were:
Jesse Eversole, 40, of Dana Lane, Austin, charged with visiting a common nuisance.
Joseph Riley, 40, of Main Street, Austin, charged with visiting a common nuisance. Goodin said the arrest warrant was served on him in the Scott County Jail where he was incarcerated on other charges at the time the warrant was issued.
All three men were incarcerated at Scott County Jail.
The Crothersville Parks Board will host May Funfest at Bard Street Park, from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 20. There will be activities for kids and adults.
The park will be open to venders, if you would like to sell your crafts, set up an informational booth, hold a bake sale or any other fundraiser, contact the Crothersville Parks Board on their facebook page, Crothersville Community Park, call 812-390-8217 or contact any of the Parks Board members.
The space is free, but donations are welcome. Any donations will be used for the parks.
The deadline for signing up for a free ad for the May 6 Community Yard Sale is 5 p.m. this Friday, Apr. 28.
The Greater Crothersville Community-Wide Yard Sale will be held Saturday, May 6.
The yard sales are held the first Saturday in May and October.
Residents wishing to promote their yard sale can do so by contacting the newspaper with their name and yard sale location. Yard sale ads are free.
To have a yard sale published, residents can call the newspaper office at 812-793-2188 and leave their name and sale location with the electronic secretary or information can be emailed to email@example.com.
The community yard sale location ad will publish in next Wednesday’s Crothersville Times.
2017 County Tax Rates
NOTICE OF APPROVAL OF EXECUTION OF LEASE FOR JUDICIAL CENTER CONSTRUCTION BY AND AMONG JACKSON COUNTY BUILDING CORPORATION AND JACKSON COUNTY, INDIANA
Pursuant to actions taken on April 18, 2017, by the Board of Commissioners of Jackson County, Indiana (the “Board”), a certain lease entitled Lease (the “Lease”) by and among the Jackson County Building Corporation (as lessor) and Jackson County, Indiana (the “County”) (as lessee) was authorized and approved for execution by the County. The President of the Board was authorized and directed, for and on behalf of the County, to execute such Lease in substantially the form approved by the Board. A copy of such executed Lease is on file with the County Auditor.
Dated this 26th day of April, 2017.
JACKSON COUNTY AUDITOR
STATE OF INDIANA,
IN THE JACKSON CIRCUIT COURT
COUNTY OF JACKSON, SS:
CAUSE NO. 36C01-1704-EU-000029
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF OLEN NANTZ, DECEASED.
NOTICE OF PROBATE WITH ADMINISTRATION
In the Circuit Court of Jackson County, Indiana.
Pursuant to I.C. 29-1-7-7, notice is hereby given that Todd M. Nantz was on the 17th day of April, 2017, appointed Personal Representative of the Estate of Olen Nantz, deceased, who died intestate on March 31, 2017.
All persons having claims against this estate, whether or not now due, must file the claim in the Office of the Clerk of this court within three (3) months from the date of first publication of this notice, or within nine (9) months after the decedent’s death, whichever is earlier, or the claims will be forever barred.
Dated at Brownstown, Indiana, this 17th day of April, 2017.
/s/ Amanda Lowery
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Jackson County, Indiana
Attorney for Estate:
Matthew J. Lorenzo
LORENZO & BEVERS
218 West Second Street
Seymour, IN 47274
Phone: (812) 524-9000
04/26, 5/ 3 hspaxlp
by Curt Kovener
(This week’s column is an encore offering from the Curt Comment archives.)
Have you ever noticed how diametrically opposed we sometimes speak?
When someone says, “Not to change the subject, but…” what is the next thing they do? They change the subject.
And when someone says “I don’t want to start an argument, but…” whereupon an intense, heated discussion of opinions erupts.
Then there are times when you may engrossed in some activity—reading, watching TV, working on the computer—and a spouse, child, parent, sibling comes to you saying “I don’t want to disturb you but…” and then what is said disturbs you.
Or worse, when others say, “Now I don’t want to make you mad, but…” and of course the blood pressure begins to rise.
And when you hear “I don’t mean to criticize, but…” you’d better quickly put on your thick skin.
While sitting in the plethora of public meetings we’ve covered over the years, I’ve learned that whenever the speaker says, “I don’t mean to belabor the point, but…” he/she then drones on for another period of time obviously enjoying the sound of his/her voice while the dead horse is beaten further.
And when it comes down to you and a member of the boss’ family who are vying for a promotion, when the boss says, “I don’t mean to play favorites, but…” you shouldn’t count on any increase in your paycheck.
And when your soon-to-be ex-best friend says, “I don’t mean to be too personal, but…” I am sure they will eventually understand why you no longer accept their telephone calls.
And as for this week’s column, “I don’t mean to take up your time, but…”