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  • The Batesville High School and Oldenburg Academy varsity football teams raised $15,000 during the 2020 season to support the Ripley County Community Foundation's Turnover Hunger Program.
  • Library Corner
    A New Year – an opportunity to reset, refresh and renew. We tend to think of New Year resolutions in the areas of diet, exercise, getting organized and general self-improvement.
  • Library Corner
    We are looking forward to the holiday season here at the Batesville Memorial Public Library with events and new holiday books!
  • The Great Lego Challenge is Here
    The Great Lego Challenge is here. This is a special event in honor of Children's Book Week for children in grades 1 – 6.
  • Caroline Kennelly Nominated for the Congress of Future Medical Leaders
    Caroline Kennelly, a junior at Oldenburg Academy is a delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders on Nov. 21st and Nov. 22nd, 2020.
  • St. Louis School honors and prays for veterans
    St. Louis School honored and prayed for our veterans today (Nov. 11).
  • BCSC Dual Language Immersion Program wins state award
    The Batesville Community School Corporation (BCSC) is pleased to announce it has been chosen as the 2020 recipient of the Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association (IFLTA) Wide World Award for Distinguished Dual Language Immersion (DLI) Program, according to BCSC assistant superintendent Melissa Burton.
  • Library Corner 11-04-2020
    BMPL is much more than just books! Did you know the library offers faxing service to the public? Have you ever needed to send or receive a fax, but don't have the necessary equipment?
  • Library Corner
    If the library is closed and you need something to read, visit ebatesville.com /ebooks and check out our eBook collection! There you will find three different eLibrary options that allow you to easily download books.
  • When COVID-19 hit, it hit hard. So hard in fact, it has altered the way many have to live their lives regardless of age. In many cases, the pandemic has even changed traditions that have been in place for years, such as school and extra curricular activities for BHS students. 
  • Where are they now?
    ELIZABETH BACHUS, also known as Lizzy, graduated from Oldenburg Academy in 2014. During her time at OA, her biggest role models were her older brothers. Lizzy said that her brothers inspired her throughout high school because “they were all extremely capable of taking their very different talents and creating a successful life.”
  • ISP focusing on school bus safety
    FT. WAYNE — As the summer break comes to an end, students across northeast Indiana are starting their return to school. With that return to school, motorists should expect an increased amount of school bus traffic during the morning and afternoon commutes, and therefore the need to plan those commutes accordingly to allow for extended travel time.
Friday, September 17, 2021
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