The Washington Times-Herald

Breaking News

Local News

July 18, 2013

Author Jane Hoeppner to speak

Wife of IU football coach to deliver inspirational message for area women

Author Jane Hoeppner, wife of the late Indiana University football coach, Terry Hoeppner, will be in Washington Aug. 22 and women of all ages are invited to hear her inspirational message about a never-quit attitude.

Hoeppner is the keynote speaker for the Daviess County Community Foundation’s Women’s Giving Circle annual Dessert before Dinner. The event is set to begin at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 22 at the Padaco event facility, 2000 State St. Co-sponsored by German American Bank, the cost is $10 and as in previous years, a variety of desserts are on the menu.

Hoeppner’s inspirational talk will tell the love story of her life with late IU football coach, Terry Hoeppner. Coach Hoeppner was intrigued with the fact that regardless of profession, achievers shared a commonality — they learned to persevere. According to Jane Hoeppner, this became the hallmark of their life together. Those attending will be able to learn about her personal insights on their shared simple belief — if you don’t quit, you have a chance.

Space is limited and advanced seating requests are now being accepted. Contact the Daviess County Community Foundation at 254-9354 or email mary@daviesscommunityfoundation.org

What: Women's Giving Circle Annual Dessert Before Dinner When: Aug. 22, 5:30 p.m. Where: Padaco, 2000 State St. Cost: $10 a person. Call Daviess County Community Foundation at 254-9354 for tickets.

1
Text Only
Local News
  • Today's police report CITY REPORT Friday 12:34 a.m. - Police were called to the Wal-Mart parking lot, 1801 S. SR 57, to investigate a break-in into a car. Two cellphones and two sets of earbuds were taken. 9:10 a.m. - Officers received a report that someone pumped $10 in

    August 1, 2014

  • Area Democrats look to reorganize party in Daviess County Will Rogers once quipped, "I am not part of any organized political party. I'm a Democrat." That same sentiment might best describe the status of the Democrat Party in Daviess County. "I hate to say it," said Dave Crooks, a former state representativ

    August 1, 2014

  • NWS - WT080214 - Coal2 - NBS Front lines of the war on coal DUGGER — Peggy and Martha Marlow collect artifacts of this small town’s history for a storefront mining museum that Martha helped open more than 30 years ago. Tin dinner buckets, carbide headlamps and battered hard hats line the museum’s crowded shel

    August 1, 2014 3 Photos

  • woodruff.jpg Ethics officer says Woodruff didn't violate law

    INDIANAPOLIS — An investigation released Friday by the state’s top ethics officer found a former INDOT employee did not violate ethical or criminal law in the Interstate 69 project but calls for the state to enact stricter disclosure requirements.

    August 1, 2014 1 Photo

  • Thomas, Hilton hurt in Wednesday's practice ANDERSON — After a physical practice Wednesday afternoon at Anderson University, the Indianapolis Colts are hoping they have not lost another starter.Left guard Donald Thomas hit the ground following an 11-on-11 running drill and was visibly upset wh

    August 1, 2014

  • SPT-WT-080114-WERNER PIC Werner's progress evident at Colts Camp ANDERSON — Bjoern Werner’s rookie training camp was rather quiet.The German-born outside linebacker went through individual drills and worked hard in full-team sessions, but he was overwhelmed by all the new information he was processing. And it was

    August 1, 2014 1 Photo

  • Today's police report CITY REPORT Thursday 3:24 a.m. - Police investigated a motorcycle accident at the corner of Northwest Third Street and West Main Street. Officers say the operator lost control of the vehicle while attempting to make a turn because the kickstand was s

    July 31, 2014

  • Band01 Golden Pride put pieces together for new show For the 30-plus members of the Washington High School Golden Pride marching band, the past two weeks have been long and full of work. After one week of exclusively working on music the band hit the field and began putting together the marching pieces

    July 31, 2014 2 Photos

  • Hoosier Democrats call for campaign funding limits Indiana Democrat candidates and party leaders brought their "we can do better" government campaign tour to Bloomington. The Democrats called for a lot of changes. One of those on hand was District 39 Senate candidate Steve Lindsey who called for more

    July 31, 2014

  • Kruchten moved to Knox County A Daviess County jail inmate facing murder charges has been temporarily moved to Knox County. Reports that Donal Kruchten, who was arrested in April in connection with the murder of Devan Burris, was moved to the Knox County Jail for his own safety a

    July 31, 2014