Employers hurt by port dispute

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The effects of a contract dispute between West Coast dockworkers and their employers has begun having implications for local companies, their employees and their...

Private donations sought to build dog shelter near jail

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Tribune Staff Writer [email protected] Brownstown The woman pushing for a dog shelter to help the county deal with...

County library board meets

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Sally Crouch of Seymour took her oath of office for her fourth and final term as a member of the Jackson County Public Library...

Conservation Club plans fish fry

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Members of Tri-County Conservation Club, 8705 E. County Road 800S, Austin, will conduct the First Saturday Fish Fry and Chili Supper from 11 a.m....

Master naturalist course coming to refuge

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Space is still available in the Indiana Master Naturalist class Wednesday evenings in March and April at Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge. The...

Medora man faces felony drug charges

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Tribune staff reports A traffic stop Monday night in Medora led to the arrest of a 34-year-old Jackson County man on three...

Man injured in mobile home fire

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CROTHERSVILLE The cause of a fire that left a Crothersville man hospitalized in Louisville on Wednesday morning remains under investigation. ...

Reflecting on faith

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Some people will give up red meat for Lent. Others might put aside chocolate or soda for 40 days. But whatever the...

Seymour man sentenced for auto thefts, could serve 8 years

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A Jackson County man who pleaded guilty to stealing a truck and a van and then trying to hide from police in June 2014...

Witness heard ‘pops and cracks’ night of killings

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Carl “Greg” Furkin, a next-door neighbor of the victims of a 2013 quadruple homicide in Waynesville, took the stand Wednesday afternoon in the Samuel...