Saturday, May 19, 2018
6:32 a.m. A report of a horse in the roadway in the area of S. Wallick Rd. / W. 250 S., Peru. The owner was contacted to retrieve the animal.
7:32 a.m. Citizen assistance in the 500 block of E. 1075 S., Bunker Hill. A citizen had questions regarding a prior reported incident. Assistance was given.
9:54 a.m. A deputy assisted EMS with a medical call in the area of E. State Road 124 / S. 510 E., Peru.
Bachelorette & Bachelor Parties
If you’re planning a friend’s bachelorette or bachelor party, there are a lot of fun options out there. Now, if what you want is the stereotypical evening or weekend of drinking and debauchery, you can stop reading now. That’s not the type of thing you need my advice for. But, if you’re trying to think of something fun and fairly wholesome, where the bride or groom and their attendants can have some fun, I have some ideas.
This week’s adoptable dog from City of Peru Animal Control & Care (PACC) is Apollo!
Friday, May 18, 2018
6:41 a.m. Deputies assisted EMS with a medical call in the 3500 block of N. State Road 19, Peru.
8:03 a.m. A deputy conducted a follow up to a juvenile case at the Miami County Sheriff’s Office.
8:16 a.m. A utility company located a suspicious vehicle near the water tower in the area of S. US Route 31 / W. 800 S., Bunker Hill. The vehicle checked ok.
There’s nothing to do.
If you’re a parent, you’ve heard it a million times. If you’re a kid, you’ve said it a million times. Too often, when you’re an adult and responsible for yourself, you find yourself saying or thinking it. And you’re wrong. You know it while you’re doing, but still…well, you’re wrong.
So, even though I hate commercials as much as anyone does, I’m about to embark on one.
Do you like music? Me, too. So we never miss a musical at Ole Olsen Memorial Theatre. You know where it is—it’s in the Depot at the corner of Broadway and Canal. The tickets are reasonable, especially if you get season tickets, and their Dinner Theater meals and performances are extra fun. They’re always catered by local vendors and the food is always good.
This one-skillet spaghetti and meatball dish will cut down on cooking time for those busy nights. Thanks to ready-made meatballs, this one-pot spaghetti is ready in less than 30 minutes.
This easy Skillet Spaghetti and Meatballs is sure to please the entire family any night of the week!
Bunker Hill, IN –Stevee Judy, a Freshman at Maconaquah High School has been selected as the Roxy Theater High School Student of the Week for the week ending May 18, 2018. Stevee is the daughter of Julie and Kirk Judy. She was nominated by Anne Hileman, a teacher at Maconaquah High School.
While at Maconaquah, Stevee participates in Science Olympiad, Speech and Debate as well as Counterpoints. In high school, Stevee would like to take classes geared towards forensic investigation and criminal justice to then go to college a pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in that area.
Bunker Hill, IN - Shemar Austin, a sophomore at Maconaquah High School has been named the Subway Student-Athlete of the Week for the week ending May 18, 2018!
Shemar is the son of Bryan Austin and Marsha Austin. He was nominated by PJ Hatcher of Maconaquah High School.
“Shemar broke a conference record and got 2nd place in the 400, 2nd place in the 200, 2nd place in the 4x100, and earned first place in the 4x400 in the TRC conference meet,” according to Hatcher. “Shemar works hard and does the little things correct to put himself in a position to be successful. He is focused when we warm up, especially on his technique. He is a competitor and pushes himself and others. He is coachable, a great teammate, and is putting his talents to use in a big way.”