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Seymour firefighters learn about trains and railroad incidents

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Trains are not an unfamiliar sight in Seymour, and the city’s firefighters had the chance to learn more about them this past week thanks to training presented by Louisville &Indiana Railroad and the Firefighters Education and Training Foundation.

Police searching for woman over threats

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The Seymour Police Department is currently looking for a woman wanted for questioning in an incident that played a part in Seymour High School being on a lockout Wednesday.

State to connect residents with internet providers

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By Noah Crenshaw | For The Tribune [email protected] INDIANAPOLIS — A new program will help bridge the digital divide in unserved and underserved areas of the...

Crothersville redoing town website

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CROTHERSVILLE — Typing in “crothersville.net” in a web browser will take you to the town of Crothersville’s website.

Kilnfest returns to Medora

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MEDORA — A nearly full day of music, food, fun and more was available Saturday during the second Kilnfest held at the former Medora Brick Plant.

Residents of 76 counties, including Jackson, can resume feeding birds

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The Indiana Department of Natural Resources announced Monday that Hoosiers in 76 counties, including Jackson, can resume feeding birds but asks that residents of...

Local teen uses birthday money to help those in need

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[email protected] Most years for his birthday July 31, Gabriel Poole asks for gift cards so he can buy what he wants. This year, though, he focused...

Trinity Lutheran senior named 2022 Distinguished Young Woman

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[email protected] BROWNSTOWN During the interview portion of the contest Saturday afternoon, Sarah Lemming told the judges she wanted to be a role model to the community. No...

10th Dinner on the Bridge draws 300

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Mitchell Banks [email protected] The longest covered bridge in the United States received 300 visitors on Aug. 7 night. The event was the 10th Dinner on the Bridge,...

Car club dedicates bench in memory of one of its founders

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At the corner of West Second and North Chestnut streets in downtown Seymour, Tom Gray was often seen with a classic vehicle. Whether he was...