Several evidence exhibits were requested Wednesday by the jury during the first full day of deliberations in the third murder trial of David Camm. Special Judge Jonathan Dartt met with counsel on both sides to discuss requests by the jury, including to view Camm’s blood-stained T-shirt, but met little opposition from either the prosecution or defense. Camm is accused of the triple murder of his wife, Kim, and their children, Brad and Jill, in the garage of their Georgetown home in September 2000. For more of the story, see Thursday's Lebanon Reporter.
Only one request denied by judge
Western Boone postpones media center renovation
A major remodeling of the Western Boone Jr.-Sr. High School media center is on hold, after the school board Monday rejected the four bids it had received for the projectThe lowest bid was $227,000, well above the estimate Schmidt Associates, an IndiaContinued ...
Veatch out as boys and girls club director
Angie Veatch has been replaced as executive director of the Lebanon Area Boys & Girls Club.The change was announced Friday in a press release.Michele McQueen, a past president of the club’s board of directors, will serve as interim executive directorContinued ...
Whitestown Town Council frustrated with parks board
The Whitestown Town Council has grown frustrated with the parks board and is looking to do something about it.Continued ...
Russell & Hitch Funeral Home in Lebanon sold for $265,000 Thursday
Mighty Oak Realty LLC, the parent company of Ironman Properties, bid $265,000 for the former Russell & Hitch Funeral Home, 223 N. Meridian St., Lebanon, Thursday morning.Later Thursday, the Thorntown location was auctioned off as well.Bidding for thaContinued ...
Pullen takes Supreme Showman title
Hard work and determination paid off for Mackynzie Pullen Wednesday night in the Boone County 4-H Supreme Showmanship Contest at the Boone County 4-H Fairgrounds.The nine-year 4-Her from Center Township took top honors in the competition, besting sevContinued ...
Newcomer dazzles in Outdoor Chef contest
In what may have been the most difficult competition in the history of the Boone County 4-H Outdoor Chef competition, a first-year competitor came out on top Thursday with what project leader Vince Hollingsworth called the most tender and juicy porkContinued ...
Hollingsworth, Solomon take top spots at swine show
More than 180 Boone County youths showed their gilts and barrows in the Boone County 4-H Swine Shown Tuesday at the Boone County 4-H Fairgrounds.The all-day show started by determining breed champions and culminated with a champion gilt drive, a chamContinued ...
Robinson wins 7th supreme honor in llamas
Kelsee Robinson has been a member of the Boone County 4-H Llama/Alpaca Project for seven years. And she’s won seven supreme show awards — five supreme champions and two reserve supreme champions.Robinson added that fifth supreme champion award Tuesday.Continued ...
Poultry show hits new record
The Boone County 4-H Poultry Show was bigger than ever Tuesday, said project leader Doug Akers. The record number of birds entered had been 270; this year 300 birds were entered.But at the same time, the number of members has only increased by four.Continued ...
Lebanon man could face more sex crime charges
Police may file more sex crime charges against a Lebanon man once they have analyzed computer and other records.Continued ...
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