May backs bill ending state emergency

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INDIANAPOLIS — District 65 Rep. Chris May, R-Bedford, joined many of his fellow legislators in co-authoring a bill to end the public health emergency set in place by Gov. Eric Holcomb as a pandemic response as well as to ensure exemptions are made to federal vaccine mandates.

Two arrested for neglect after infant tests positive for meth

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A mother and her boyfriend were arrested Wednesday after an extremely high amount of methamphetamine was found in a toxicology screening for a 19-month-old child in June, police report.

Be Well Crisis Helpline provides mental health counseling to 25,000 callers

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The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration recently announced its Be Well Crisis Helpline has surpassed 25,000 calls, a milestone in its ongoing efforts to provide Hoosiers with free, confidential mental health counseling and resources.

Refuge visitor center to have open house Saturday

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The Muscatatuck Wildlife Society, the nonprofit refuge support group, will have an open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday outside the visitor center at the refuge, 12987 E. U.S. 50, Seymour.

Visit with Santa at downtown Seymour park

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Santa Claus will be in the Santa house at Crossroads Community Park, 101 E. Tipton St., Seymour.

Duke offering more than $330,000 in energy assistance

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Duke Energy Indiana has dedicated more than $330,000 in financial assistance to customers who are struggling to pay their electric bills this winter.

A Matter of Balance program set

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Thrive Alliance and Purdue Extension are partnering to lead the program A Matter of Balance at Cornerstone Community Church, 1088 Sarasota Drive, Seymour. ​

Legal Aid phone clinic set for Tuesday

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Legal Aid is conducting a free phone clinic for residents of its eight-county district from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Senate accepting applications for pages

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The Indiana Senate is now accepting applications for the 2022 Senate page program.

Santa Tour returns next week in Seymour

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Santa Claus will be making his way around Seymour on a firetruck next week.