City dedicates skate park

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When Zach Grubb was little, his mother, Angie, gave him haircuts.

As he grew older, that wasn't the case. He wanted the longer, shaggy hairstyle popular with skaters, she said.

Zach and many of his friends, including Todd Schurman, were avid skateboarders and dreamed of the day Seymour would have a skate park.

That skate park — or at least the first stage — was dedicated Tuesday afternoon with a ribbon cutting.

The teens helped raise money to get the park built, but Zach and Todd, both of whom had been students at Seymour High School, would never get to use it. The boys were killed in the spring of 2010 after the bicycle they were riding on was hit by a vehicle on U.S. 31 south of Seymour.

For the full story, see Thursday's edition of The Tribune and watch for an update.

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