University of GeorgiaYou don’t have to be a contestant on a TV reality show to get upclose and personal with Madagascar hissing cockroaches.All that and more awaits you at the University of Georgia’sannual Insectival Saturday, Sept. 23, from 9:30 a.m. until noonat the Botanical Garden in Athens, Ga.A typical event includes toddlers holding giant millipedes, bugraces and lots of fun, educational events. In keeping with thisyear’s focus on flying insects, the 11th Insectival will includea butterfly release.Entry fees are $2 per person or $8 for a family. Children undertwo years are admitted free.The UGA Insectival is sponsored by the State Botanical Garden ofGeorgia, the UGA Department of Entomology’s H.O. Lund EntomologyClub, the Georgia Museum of Natural History, Athens First Bankand Trust, and Jackson Electric Membership Corporation.
West Harrison, IN —INDOT has announced ramp closures have been rescheduled on I-74 EB at U.S. 52 (Exit 169) in Dearborn County for this Friday, Saturday, and Monday. Closures will be in place from 8 am to 4 pm each day for mainline milling and paving.The I-74 EB exit ramps to and from U.S. 52 in Dearborn County (Exit 169) will be closed from 8 am to 4 pm Thursday for mainline milling and paving. Ramps at the WB exit will remain open, but have reduced width due to shoulder paving. Please slow down and use extra caution in the area.