2016 Ripley prom enjoyed by students Ripley Council considers new Air Evac plan Ripley Tree City U.S.A. celebrates Arbor Day First of many Food Pantries held in Ripley Ripley baseball falls to Eastern Spring sectional draws announced NFL Rookies hard to predict Ripley softball swept by New Richmond Georgetown hosts Vern Hawkins Invitational Bengals’ needs make NFL Draft interesting Tragedy hits close to home Students at RULH Middle School attend motivational program RULH announces $8,000 scholarship winner RULH School District teachers honored Ripley Life Squad celebrates 40 years of service Ripley Administrator’s Report Names released in PIke County shooting, reward offered Eight dead in Pike County murders Ripley softball falls to Eastern Eastern Brown baseball wins two games FC Cincinnati has earned local support Ripley Council seats new member Meet Councilman Travis Arnett Ripley students place in top 10 video contest Ripley River Jam comes to Ripley Library, April 26 Craft Beer Tasting Event at Sunset Bar, Ripley, April 23 Ripley Friends of the Library to auction decorated oars Two Ripley men charged with Theft Ripley Bee office moving to Mt. Orab Two men receive drug treatment after being arrested with mushrooms Eight sentenced to prison in Brown County court 4-H Craft Show held at fairgrounds In search of Bigfoot at the Ripley library Ripley Lady Jays open new softball field Ripley hosts track and field Invitational Early retirements could be troubling for NFL Georgetown to hire new boys’ basketball coach 20th annual Grant Days celebration coming to Georgetown Adams County man convicted of murder Aberdeen Council discusses parking issues Rhoades honored by veteran support group Open Arms Always Warriors shut out ‘Cats Why isn’t Opening Day a holiday? Ripley PTO to host 5K Fundraiser We just simply called it ‘plowing’ Making a difference By combating the heroin epidemic Ellis wins contested Sheriff race An incredible group of hired hands Coaltion meets to discuss officer nominations Wenstrup talks regulation changes to help businesses grow News Democrat and Ripley Bee become part of The Clermont Sun Publishing Company The water’s edge SSCC Theatre will present “The Great Gatsby” April 1-3 Brown County Democratic Party Join the Conversation Event with Frances Strickland Kentucky man indicted for trafficking ‘shrooms’ Emergency Service Levy could have major impact Southern Hills JVS receives grant award Grand Jury hands down indictments Parker House hopeful for National Park recognition How about some soup beans and cornbread? Parker House hopeful for National Park recognition Russell sentenced for Halloween assault Wilcox pleads guilty to Kentucky murder Warriors fall to Panthers in district semis Three-point barrage downs Rockets Six wrestlers qualify for state tourney Two people are dead after weekend fire in Blue Creek area Benefit raises money for Amole family Sheriff candidate try to separate themselves as primary approaches Wenninger answers tough questions about role as Sheriff Task Force hears from architecture firm who designed jail Ripley Council holds disaster exercise What makes you happy? Western Brown mock trial advances to state competition Benefit raises money for Amole family Task Force hears from architecture firm who designed jail Tip leads to arrests for methamphetamine Siemer brings comedy to Gaslight Theater Straight Creek Essay: Treasures Sardinia woman loses life in bus crash Western Brown mock trial advances to state competition Put prayer back in school Positions for grabs as Reds open spring training When you’re wrong, you’re wrong Task Force set to evaluate ‘true cost’ on inmate confinement I will remember this snuggle About my father and life Lewis fills vacant seat in Ripley Sardinia man indicted for shooting from vehicle MCTC to offer short-term welding certification Gordon Ellis: A choice that will allow Brown County to be the best it can be in the Sheriff’s Office. Senator Rob Portman makes stop in Georgetown What markets are telling us Lady G-Men blow past Gamble Montessori Chamber offers comedy event at Gaslight Theater High School Scoreboard – Feb. 13 People it’s a Task Force not a decision machine McKenzie announces would-be Chief Deputy if elected McKenzie announces would-be Chief Deputy if elected

2016 Ripley prom enjoyed by students

Ripley Prom 1By Wade Linville

Some students arrived at school in party buses and others in antique cars with young ladies sporting fancy dresses and the gentlemen decked out in tuxedos on the evening of Saturday, April 30. The calling was Ripley-Union-Lewis-Huntington High School’s 2016 Prom, and this year’s theme for the big night was The Great Gatsby, taken from the 1925 F. Scott Fitzgerald novel.
Crowned this year’s King was senior J.T. Holmes, while receiving the nod for this year’s RULH Prom Queen was Kilee Brookbank. Other female members of the Prom Court were Courtney Germann, Cara Payne, Kristen Abbott, Sky Denny, and Junior Prom Princess Bailey Adams.
Other male members of this year’s Prom Court were Charles Love, Chandler Slowey, Zach Adams, Jacob Miller, and Junior Prom Prince Jordan Griffith.

Ripley Council considers new Air Evac plan

By Martha Jacob Vice Mayor Charles Poole opened the April 26 Ripley Village Council meeting in the absence of Mayor Tom Leonard. Following approval of the minutes, council heard from Shannon Hicks with Air Evac Lifeteam, who approached council at the last meeting regarding signing with his company for emergency air flight. “I wanted to […]

First of many Food Pantries held in Ripley

By Martha Jacob On April  20 the Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio (CCSWOH) with the support of the Ripley Ministerial Association, held a mobile food pantry in the Village of Ripley. The food pantry served over 110 families during the event which was held at the Centenary United Methodist Church. According to Jackie Bouvette, coordinator of […]

Ripley baseball falls to Eastern

By Garth Shanklin RIPLEY — With the sectional tournament just around the corner, the Ripley Blue Jays baseball team winds down their regular-season schedule with a conference bout against the Eastern Warriors. The contest was originally scheduled to be played last Tuesday, April 26, but weather intervened and forced the game to be postponed. The […]

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