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February 7, 2018

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The Press-Dispatch Wednesday, Februar y 7, 2018 A-3 LOCAL Call: 812-354-8500 Email: or bring in a hard copy: 820 E. Poplar Street, Petersburg NEWS BRIEFS Matt Merold guest speaker at Celebrate Recovery, Feb. 11 Matt Merold will be the guest speaker at Celebrate Recovery on Sunday, Feb. 11 at 5 p.m. at the Gathering Place, 207 Lafayette Street, Winslow. Ash Wednesday service at Winslow Christian Church The Winslow Chris- tian Church will host a community Ash Wednesday service at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb- ruary 14. The church is located at the corner of Lafayette and Walnut Sts. in Winslow. Ash Wednesday, which be- gins the season of Lent, is observed by Chris- tians of many denom- inations. "The church cordially invites you to attend this solemn, sim- ple service in anticipa- tion of Easter week to come," said Patty Ann Jones. Red Cross certification class is Feb. 17 The Red Cross will host a class for Pike County residents from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on Feb. 17 at Patoka Station 51, located at Arthur Junc- tion. This class will pro- vide all the information and certification you need to become a mem- ber of the Red Cross. The class is free but reserving your spot is required. To RSVP, text 812-582-9315. Upcoming event? We want to know! Do you have an up- coming event? 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OFFER ENDS FEB. 12! 626 Kimmell Road, Vincennes UEBELHOR VINCENNES.COM 812-882-5574 Woman Owned Business Pregnant... or think you are? Call:1-877-257-1084 or Locally Call: 1-812-354-2814 • Free pregnancy testing • Free counseling and info. on pregnancy options. • Confi dential counseling for women & men who are suff ering from post-abortion syndrome. • Residential Care • Health and assistance referrals. • Training and education. • Assistance in getting baby and maternity clothes Pike Central High School had 12 band students participate in the District Solo and Ensemble Contest at AIS Diamond in Evans- ville on Saturday, Feb. 3. Nine soloists or ensembles received gold ratings, while three soloists and ensembles received silver rat- ings. Pictured above are, front row: Chelsea Fidler (gold, soloist; gold, French horn quartet); Alyx Powers (gold, French horn quar- tet); Morgan Sallee (silver, soloist); Sarah Fenwick (silver, soloist); Maggie McDonald (gold, soloist; silver, saxophone trio); and Ash- ley Dulworth (gold, soloist; gold, French horn quartet). Second row: Jessica Parker (gold, soloist); Sierra Weaver (gold, soloist); Ad- am Martinez (gold, trombone trio); Evan McGuire (gold, soloist; gold, French horn quartet); Benny Hess (silver, saxophone trio); Caleb Cockerham (gold, trombone trio); and Klayton Kixmiller (gold, soloist; gold, trombone trio). Not pictured: Kyle Williams (sil- ver, saxophone trio). Submitted photos Six Pike Central High School band students qualified for the State Solo and Ensemble Contest, which will be held on Saturday, Feb. 24, at North Central High School in Indianapolis. Pictured are, from left to right: Chelsea Fidler, Alyx Powers, Jessica Park- er, Evan Simmons, Maggie McDonald and Ashley Dulworth. Pike Central participates in Solo and Ensemble Contest Subscribe net edition • Exclusive Video • All color photos • Search current and back issues with Add NETedtion to your paper subscription for just $5 By James Capozella A Winslow man was ar- rested last week on charg- es of battery after an alter- cation at an Oakland City residence. On the evening of Janu- ary 31, Pike County Sheriff's Deputy Kyle Mills was dis- patched to the residence of Ramona and Michael Moore at 1344 W. CR 525 S., Oak- land City, in reference to a battery that had occurred the day before. Mills was informed by Ramona that she, her husband, and Ste- ven Mallory, of 1792 E. CR 375 W., Winslow, were in the garage working on fur- niture when Steven, whom she said was very intoxicat- ed, became angry because he felt Ramona had disre- spected his son. He then hit Romona in the face and kicked her shin. According to Mills' re- port, Ramona had a black- ened right eye and said her injuries caused pain and bruises. The day of the inci- dent, Ramona's husband in- tervened and calmed Steven down, so they chose not to call the police. Mallory later reportedly threatened the Moores be- cause of a Facebook post, which caused them to recon- sider and file battery charg- es against Mallory. Deputy Mills sent the case report to the prosecutor and advised the Moores to call police if Mallory came back to the property. A warrant was issued for Mallory and he was arrest- ed on February 2. Mallory arrested on battery charge after altercation in OC

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