City council discusses ARP funds

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By Mitchell Banks [email protected] Seymour is eligible to receive $4.16 million through the American Rescue Plan signed into law in March by President Joe Biden. The funds...

Crothersville history, arts group changes officers

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CROTHERSVILLE Breakfasts, spaghetti dinners, soup suppers, bake sales, dinner theaters, holiday events, arts and craft shows and ice cream socials. Over the past 10 years, the...

Brownstown native named president of rehabilitation company

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Staff Reports Cassie Hehman Murray has been named president of Healthcare Therapy Services Inc., a rehabilitation provider of physical, occupational and speech therapy based in...

Under the thumb of the professional managerial class

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By Eric Schansberg, Ph.D. Catherine Liu is a bona fide “liberal.” She’s opposed to cronyism, intolerance and hypocrisy. She values free speech and robust inquiry....

Sno Biz opening new location in Seymour

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In Seymour, there's no biz like Sno Biz. Neal Rose has high hopes with bringing a global brand to the city, offering 50 hand-crafted flavors...

USDA offers loans for underserved, beginning farmers

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Staff Reports The U.S. Department of Agriculture reminds producers that its Farm Service Agency offers farm ownership and farm operating loans to underserved applicants and...

Companies should require employees be vaccinated

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By Michael Leppert I went off to kindergarten in 1972. I was not yet 5, but I was the sixth of seven kids in my...

Seymour steel supplier moving to Columbus

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By Jana Wiersema [email protected] A steel supplier from Seymour is planning to relocate to Columbus and invest more than $1.1 million in building improvements and equipment. The...

Cummins explores ‘range of options’ for filtration business

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By Andy East [email protected] Cummins Inc. plans to explore strategic alternatives for its filtration business, including potentially spinning it off into a separate company or selling...

Cummins posts 59% revenue increase a year after pandemic hit

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By Andy East Cummins Inc. reported quarterly revenue that slightly surpassed Wall Street’s expectations Tuesday, roughly one year after company officials announced the COVID-19 pandemic...