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Police department offers to donate unused vehicle to Clifford

Crothersville Police Chief Brent Turner recently came across a newspaper article about a town in a dilemma. Turner learned Charles DeWeese, town marshal of the...
Council member begins service

BROWNSTOWN Mark Reynolds Sr. couldn’t pass up another opportunity to serve his community. In August 2011, Reynolds and Bill Sweeney squared off in a convention conducted...
Owners face lawsuit: Company told multiple times to clean lagoons

The Indiana Department of Environmental Management is suing the owners of a former paper mill in Ewing to try to force the cleanup of...
School aims to stop drug use

Seymour High School is taking a new step to prevent substance abuse and address mental health issues in students. The school is working with Overdose...
Entries being accepted for annual Duck Stamp Contest

Entries are being accepted for the annual Indiana Junior Duck Stamp Contest, a Conservation Through Art program administered by Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge. The entry...
Ronald McDonald House scholarship applications available

Online applications are being accepted through Jan. 18 for the 2018 Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Indiana  scholarship program. Since 2008, the organization has...
Vision 2025 Live Music Team planning concert for January 25

The live music team of Seymour’s Vision 2025 Project plan to hold another in its series of singer-songwriter concerts at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 25...
Tri Kappa Euchre Winners for December

Tri Kappa charity euchre winners for December have been announced. Winners were Delbert and Alberta Tormoehlen and Norma Pollert and Mary Lou Stockamp, tie; Marsha...
Handing over history: Town takes ownership of former depot building

BROWNSTOWN The town of Brownstown recently assumed ownership of a 105-year-old building that once served the rail freight and even the passenger needs of the...
Winter weather creates mess; school officials cancel classes ahead of storm, city offices close early

A winter storm that passed through south central Indiana on Friday left behind scores of cancellations and some messy driving conditions but little else...

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