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Brownstown restarts Students of the Month program

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[email protected] BROWNSTOWN Three girls have been recognized as the first Brownstown Central Community School Corp. Students of the Month for the 2021-22 school year. Second-grader Hollyn Sterling,...

Local jewelry maker is right on target

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Erin Ortman, owner of Wild Thyme, is enjoying extra time these days for creating jewelry and other items. “About four or five years ago, my...

It’s OK to talk about suicide

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By Becky Stoll Navigating your own mental wellness can be hard, but helping navigate mental health challenges of a friend or loved one can be...

BES second-graders complete project for Humane Society

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[email protected] BROWNSTOWN First, 100 reusable water bottles and flavor packets were purchased. Within 20 minutes, they were sold out. “The first day when sales started, our line, we...

Holcomb wants Afghans to “fall in love” with Indiana

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By Margaret Menge Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb said recently that he wants to help Afghan refugees coming to southern Indiana to resettle in the state...

Seymour native pinned as chief warrant officer in 30th year in Army

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[email protected] On a hot, sunny August day, David Goble stood outside a building at Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri as the sun shined on the...

Where were you when the world stopped turning that September day?

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By Zach Spicer | The Tribune [email protected] Country music singer Alan Jackson wrote and released the song “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)” after...

Seymour native one of the world’s top balisong knife flippers

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By Mitchell Banks | The Tribune [email protected] Seymour is home to one of the world’s top knife flippers, a hobby that also is an art form...

My Third Trip to Afghanistan: A Special Relationship

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By Craig Davis (This is the third of three columns by Jackson County native Craig Davis.) Watching the chaos unfolding at the Kabul airport on the...

40th Leadership Jackson County class kicks off

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Arriving at Camp Pyoca in Brownstown for the opening retreat, a group of people didn't know they were part of a milestone. Nineteen of the...