Men’s fellowship group to meet in North Vernon

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The next meeting of the South Central Indiana Christian Men’s Fellowship will be Jan. 25 at Jennings Church of Christ, 1200 N. Madison Ave., North Vernon.

The Point youth volunteer at Anchor House in honor of MLK Jr. Day

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In his “I Have a Dream” speech, Martin Luther King Jr. said he wanted to bring justice where there is injustice, freedom where there is oppression, peace where there is violence and opportunity where there is poverty.

Chappell family presses for answers

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BROWNSTOWN — The family of a Louisville, Kentucky, woman who died while in the custody of the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department in July 2021 took their demands for justice for her death to the county commissioners Tuesday morning.

Child psychiatry access program available statewide

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Thanks to $2.7 million in recent grants, the Indiana University School of Medicine’s Indiana Behavioral Health Access Program for Youth will be able to help more children and families facing mental health challenges.

Valentine’s Day dinner set at fire department

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The Crothersville-Vernon Township Volunteer Fire Department is hosting a Valentine’s Day dinner Feb. 14 at the station, 200 Moore St., Crothersville.

Sauers invites public to drive-thru barbecue

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A National Lutheran Schools Week drive-thru barbecue will follow the 9:30 a.m. service Sunday at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 1108 S. County Road 460E, Seymour.

Scholarship available for seniors heading to Purdue

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The Purdue Alumni Club of Jackson County has announced its scholarship application for students living in Jackson County who will be entering Purdue University this fall is now available online.

Tri Kappa announces December euchre winners

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Tri Kappa charity euchre winners for December have been announced.

Seymour student named to dean’s list at Belmont

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Avery Koch of Seymour qualified for the fall 2021 dean’s list at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee.

City bus driver celebrates 85th birthday

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Anyone who has ridden a Seymour city bus very often since 2005 has likely come across Joan Hines at some point.