Lucy A. Smith Dorrel, of Brookville was born on March 25, 1924 in Springfield Township, a daughter to Milton and Mattie Shiplet Smith. She married Herbert Dorrel and he preceded her in death on May 19, 1977. She served for many years as a 4-H leader and loved gardening, sewing, and cheering for the I.U. basketball team. On Sunday, January 26, 2020 at the young age of 95, she passed away at her residence surrounded by family.Those surviving who will cherish Lucy’s memory include her son, Daniel (Arlene ) Dorrel, and daughter, Sara Jane Dorrel, both of Brookville; grandchildren, Angie (Dave) Kroll, Jodi (Dave) Amrhein, and Denny (Sarah) Dorrel; seven great-grandchildren, Howie and Joey Kroll, Eli and Ella Amrhein, and Kate, Dexter and Dylan Dorrel, and many nieces and nephews. Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by a son, Dwane.Friends may visit with the family on Thursday, January 30, 2020 from 4 until 7 p.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville. Services, officiated by Pastor Steve Rundel will begin at 10:30 a.m. on Friday at Whitcomb United Methodist Church and burial will follow in Big Cedar Cemetery.Memorial donations can be directed to Big Cedar Cemetery. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal memory, please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger is honored to care for the family of Lucy Dorrel.
Batesville, IN — Classes at Ivy Tech Community College’s Lawrenceburg and Batesville locations will start on October 26. Ivy Tech will provide students with the option to take classes face-to-face, online, or virtually to ensure the safety of students during the quarantine. After being online-only during the Summer, the campus reopened on August 24.Students are already weeks into their Fall term, many adjusting to the new setting, but thankful to be back on campus. Students interested in getting more information about scholarship opportunities, or enrolling in classes for October 26, are encouraged to contact the campus at R11Express@ivytech.edu.
Published on August 12, 2013 at 11:20 am Contact David: firstname.lastname@example.org | @DBWilson2 Facebook Twitter Google+ Week 2 of training camp officially got underway Monday at 10:10 a.m. with Syracuse’s final practice at Manley Field House before it leaves for Fort Drum, N.Y. It was another pleasant day — as most of the weekend has been in Syracuse — with a more revealing open session of practice than Saturday’s.***Without a doubt the most intriguing moment of practice came when Terrel Hunt tossed a screen pass to Ashton Broyld on the right side of the field. The former quarterback set his feet and fired a pass across the field to running back Prince-Tyson Gulley, who was running down the left sideline. The pass hit Gulley’s hands, but fell incomplete. Still, it’s a wrinkle to keep in mind for the Orange offense, which now features two former quarterbacks in its wide receiver corps after John Kinder changed positions earlier this summer.***Cornerback Keon Lyn spent several minutes at the beginning of practice riding on a stationary bike. He participated in practice for most of the 40 minutes that were open to the media, but was walking with a noticeable limp.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe secondary once again worked on blitz packages, rotating an incredible depth of cornerbacks and safeties behind the front seven.***Meanwhile, the offense was working on the hurry up. Hunt quarterbacked the first team with running back Broyld split out wide. Drew Allen took snaps for the second team, though Jarrod West served as his top wide receiver.Hunt was a bit sloppy at first, but ultimately finished his drive with a touchdown strike to wide receiver Jeremiah Kobena over the top of an imaginary defense.***The kickers continued to look like one of the strongest positions on the team. Ross Krautman and Ryan Norton took turns booting field goals from about 40 yards out on either hash mark, nailing each one.Krautman eventually stepped out to the 50-plus-yard range — it would’ve been the longest field goal the media has had the opportunity to see. Instead, Krautman took a direct snap and dropped a pooch punt into the right corner that dribbled out of bounds around the 15-yard line. For now, it seems Krautman’s range is about 45 yards, but there’s still time to stretch it. Comments