Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 18, 2015 Related Shows View Comments Rock of Ages The cast of Rock of Ages had a very special guest join the ’80s party on November 15—pop superstar Ariana Grande! The Broadway vet, who made her debut on the Great White Way in 13 when she was 15 years old, headed back to Times Square to cheer on her half-brother Frankie J. Grande, who is currently playing Franz in the hit rock musical. Check out this adorable shot of Frankie, Ariana and the cast hanging out backstage, then see Rock of Ages at the Helen Hayes Theatre!
Something that is very rare these days happened last Friday night at Batesville High School. The Bulldogs were playing Franklin County. By the time the varsity game began, almost all of the seats were filled with fans.Part of this could be attributed to the fact that Batesville was playing a nearby conference school. The other reasons included the first graders from BPS who entertained at halftime and the introduction of Garrett’s Gang before the varsity game. Normally both teams line up for the anthem near their benches, but this time Franklin County lined up with the Bulldogs. This was done so that both teams could cheer for the Special Persons Group who participated in a basketball camp. This camp was run by the Batesville coaching staff and the basketball players.As each person was introduced they ran through a tunnel made by the BHS players. Coach Garrett said on radio after the game that he wished everyone could have seen the smiles on those participating. We couldn’t see all the smiles, but we could see the excitement and hear the roar of the crowd as they were honored. It was a good feeling.
North Vernon, IN — Three people were arrested by the North Vernon Police Department after a traffic stop for a non-working taillight on a vehicle in North Vernon Tuesday night. After initiating a traffic stop, officers discovered that the driver had a suspended license. A Jennings County Sheriff’s Office K-9 was called to the scene and it reportedly alerted to the smell of narcotics.The officers searched the car and allegedly found individually packaged baggies of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia. The drugs were seized and all three occupants of the vehicle were taken into custody.Ryan Pierce, 30 of Mitchell, Bradly Randall, 38 of Batesville, and Sarah Brazzel, 33 of Mitchell, were all arrested on allegations of Dealing Methamphetamine, Possession of Methamphetamine, Visiting a Common Nuisance, and Possession of a Hypodermic Needle.