Seven years after a Cummins Inc. retiree and gun store owner was robbed and murdered near Hayden, the last of three suspects convicted of the crime has been sentenced in federal court.
The Drug Enforcement Administration is sponsoring the 21st nationwide Prescription Drug Take Back initiative Saturday.
The Brownstown Town Council will have a special meeting at 2 p.m. Friday at the town hall, 116 E. Cross St., Brownstown.
The Jackson County Public Library board of trustees approved the 2022 budget during its regular meeting Monday at the Seymour Library.
The South Central Indiana Christian Men’s Fellowship plans to meet Tuesday at Hartsville Church of Christ, 160 N. Washington St., Hartsville.
The Indiana Department of Transportation announced permanent striping was scheduled to begin Tuesday night on U.S. 50 in Seymour.
Local small business owner Dave Hall has announced his intent to run for state representative for District 62 in the 2022 election.
BROWNSTOWN — After graduating from Brownstown Central High School in 1974, Pattie Lubker and Debbie Helwig began working at The Peoples Bank in Brownstown.
Seymour High School registered nurse and corporation school nurse coordinator Sherry Reinhart recently presented the 2020-21 school immunization report.
Karen EuDdaly of Seymour had the opportunity to be a part of the filming for the movie “Mayberry Man” in Danville last year.