First phase of Burkart Boulevard South bypass opening on Nov. 1

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Traffic flow is about to improve for motorists traveling in the Seymour area as construction of the first phase of a new bypass around the south side of the city has begun to wind down.

Brownstown student raising money to attend national STEM forum

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Bryar Disque is a clever, analytical, smart person who excels academically.

Third defendant sentenced in gun store owner murder

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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.

Schneck CEO: COVID-19 has peaked this year

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In 2020, the number of COVID-19 cases in Indiana peaked in November.

State police participating in Drug Take Back initiative

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The Drug Enforcement Administration is sponsoring the 21st nationwide Prescription Drug Take Back initiative Saturday.

Library board approves 2022 budget

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The Jackson County Public Library board of trustees approved the 2022 budget during its regular meeting Monday at the Seymour Library.

Brownstown Town Council to review budget

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The Brownstown Town Council will have a special meeting at 2 p.m. Friday at the town hall, 116 E. Cross St., Brownstown.

Men’s fellowship meeting at Hartsville church

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The South Central Indiana Christian Men’s Fellowship plans to meet Tuesday at Hartsville Church of Christ, 160 N. Washington St., Hartsville.

U.S. 50 striping set for next two weeks

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The Indiana Department of Transportation announced permanent striping was scheduled to begin Tuesday night on U.S. 50 in Seymour.

Halbreich to receive Inland award

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Jeremy L. Halbreich, chairman and CEO of Dallas-based AIM Media Management, has been named the 2021 recipient of the Inland Press Foundation Distinguished Service Award.