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...

Former Seymour woman encounters Hurricane Ida

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[email protected] When Rachael Nelson moved to a suburb of New Orleans two years ago, she never dreamed she would be riding out a Category 4...

Put in the extra effort to develop skills

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By Matt Nicholson During my seventh season of racing bicycle motocross, I was lucky enough to be joined by my then-fiancée, Zabrina. Before I share how...

My first trip to Afghanistan: induction

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By Craig Davis (This is the first of three columns by Jackson County native Craig Davis. The second will publish Friday on The Tribune Opinion...

Hayden siblings win world horse show awards

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By Mitchell Banks | The Tribune [email protected] Two young horse enthusiasts hailing from Hayden recently won awards at the Palomino Horse Breeders of America World Championship...

Humane Society of Jackson County hosts dog show

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By Mitchell Banks [email protected] Behind the post office in the Keach Parking Lot in Seymour, a pawty featuring dogs of all shapes and sizes happened Saturday...

A season to slow down

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By Stephanie Strothmann August is almost finished, the cicadas are announcing the coming of fall and the last group of meat chickens were just installed...

Afghanistan: Stepping away from nation-building

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By Leo Morris On CBS-TV’s Sunday Morning this week, a former Army sergeant who left parts of both arms and legs in Afghanistan came on...

Youth sports have an impact on academics

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By Tami Silverman Tracks, fields and courts are buzzing with activity in towns across Indiana. After a year of distancing and reduced connections, many Hoosier students...

When work from home comes to an end

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By Michael Hicks My 18-month work-from-home experience has come to a formal end. No one, except maybe my wife, is more excited than me. The experience...