Daily Archives: March 4, 2014

Top Sports Stories for 3-4-14

Redman honored for commitment to MVHS. Vikings get pre-tourney look at Marksmen. Wildcats play two of area’s best in tourney tune-ups. ‘Great support system’ key to Wildcat duo’s success.

Members of the 2014 North Posey Viking basketball team who will play in this week’s sectional in Boonville are, in front, managers Jared and Brandon Tepool. In row two are reserve coach Michael Travers, James Marshall, Michael Bender, Cody Ungetheim, Tyler Adkins, Reed Gerteisen, Damon Cardin, and freshman coach Jeremy Schipp. In back are assistant coach Vince McClure, Jacob Brenton, Griffin Motz, Drake Davenport, Bryce Martin, Zack Carl, head coach Heath Howington, and assistant coach Jason Simmons. Photo by Dave Pearce

Bender sets 3-point record as team wins third straight

By Dave Pearce. On Friday evening, North Posey’s senior night, the Vikings were tenaciously grinding it out against rival Gibson Southern until the final period. The Vikings outscored the Titans 27-9 in the final period and pulled away for what the score would indicate was an easy win. But for […]

Mary Price

Mary Grace Price went home to be with the lord on Wednesday Feb. 26, 2014. Mary was born on July 22, 1917 in Gibson County, the daughter of Lawrence J. and Nellie L. (Almon) Overton. Mary was preceded in death by her parents, husband Thomas Howard Price, daughters, infant and […]

John M. Shamo

Top Stories for 3/4/14

Another hurdle cleared for proposed fertilizer plant. Economic Development area established in Black Township. Shamo sentenced in Posey oil well scam.

Weilbrenner honored at annual Posey Co-op meeting 1

Special to the News. The Posey County Farm Bureau Co-op held its Annual Stockholder’s Meeting February 27, 2014, at the Posey County Community Center. A meal was prepared by the North Posey Relay for Life Volunteer Team. During the business session, Directors Chris Mulkey, Jared Schenk and Alex Weilbrenner were […]

Members of the Posey County Co-op Board of Directors present a plaque of appreciation to outgoing board member Tom Weilbrenner. Pictured, left to right, are Chris Cash, Larry Williams, Chris Mulkey, Charles Mann, Weilbrenner, Rick Ziliak, Jerry Schenck, Wayne Wiggins, Albert Schmitz, and Bernard Muller. Photo by Dave Pearce