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Mabel “Jean” (Weaver) Newkirk

Mabel "Jean" (Weaver) Newkirk, age 83 passed away Sunday, May 8, 2022 at Hancock Regional Hospital in Greenfield. She was a current resident of...

Barbara Frances Josephine Beck Nolin

Remembering Barbara Frances Josephine Beck Nolin, daughter of Marion Marguerite Curtis Beck, daughter of Josephine Sonnenburg Curtis, daughter of Mary von Gunten Sonnenburg, who...

Gari Ravan Hobbs

Gari Ravan Hobbs, 43, of Fort Collins, Colorado, passed away on April 8 from a heart attack. Gari was predeceased by her parents, Gary...
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Scoreboard for week of May 4

Parks and Recreation minor league baseball

‘Simply ecstatic’: Coach reflects on boys varsity golf team performance this season

Editor’s note In addition to writing about sports for the Brown County Democrat, Brad Baughman is the varsity boys golf coach. He wrote this reflection about the team so far this season.

‘Vital victory’: Young softball team with ‘competitive spirit’ wins first game of season

Last month, the Brown County High School softball team won their first game of the season against Indian Creek High School at home in Eagle Park.

‘Brown County baseball is back’: New coach optimistic as Eagles baseball gets 1st win in 2 years

When the Brown County High School varsity baseball team pulled out a 6-5 win over Southwestern Shelby High School on April 26 at Eagle Park, first year Head Coach Justice Guerrero had to have left the dugout smiling. He had just notched his first win as the Eagles’ coach.


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GUEST OPINION: How the US has remained a world leader

By LEE HAMILTON, guest columnist

Letters to the editor for week of May 11

Come learn what you can do to help protect Lake Monroe

EAGLE CORNER: Seniors receive recognition from governor’s office

May is here and it is celebration time for the Brown County High School Class of 2022.

GUEST OPINION: Can COVID-19 relief funds solve county’s child care needs?

Editor’s note: This is the third part in a series of columns from the Brown County Community Foundation Chief Executive Officer Maddison Miller about the issues of affordable child care and how they can be addressed locally.