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20 years ago, local group helped clean up apartments near Ground Zero

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[email protected] On the morning of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, Jan Engel was sitting at her office at Home Products International in Seymour. There wasn’t...

Seymour boys continue long team tradition of cross-ball

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By Dylan Wallace | The Tribune Every day that the Seymour boys cross-country team has a practice at Freeman Field, it means the team will...

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...

Seymour High School seniors paint parking spots to benefit Riley Hospital

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[email protected] This could be a big year for Seymour High School’s Riley Dance Marathon. Since the annual fundraiser started at the school in 2014, $88,487.40 has...

Pollert 50th anniversary

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Roger and Linda Pollert were married 50 years on Sept. 4 at St. John’s Sauers Lutheran Church. The Rev. Alvin Mueller officiated. Roger and the...

A soldier shares stories of Afghanistan

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[email protected] Not enough credit is given to recruits who joined the military from a sense of patriotic duty in the days after the worst attack...

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...

Lutheran Central volleyball wins 7th grade tournament

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By Dylan Wallace | The Tribune [email protected] The Lutheran Central School seventh grade volleyball team has been playing with one another since fifth grade, and the...

Another mural shaping up in downtown Seymour

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[email protected] The latest piece of artwork to adorn a wall in downtown Seymour captures some of the history of the city, past and present businesses...

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...