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Spring Forward to Safety: Change Clocks, Smoke Alarm Batteries this Weekend

March 11, 2016
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Spring Forward to Safety: Change Clocks, Smoke Alarm Batteries this Weekend

Hoosiers will be turning forward the clock this weekend for the beginning of Daylight Saving Time...

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More Than 1,300 Acres Bought in Indiana with Wildlife-Restoration Money

March 11, 2016
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More Than 1,300 Acres Bought in Indiana with Wildlife-Restoration Money

INDIANAPOLIS – Money from taxes on guns, ammunition and fishing equipment is being doled out to all 50 states to be used to help protect fishing, hunting and wildlife areas. Indiana’s share is close to $17 million. Over the past several years, said Jim Hodgson, Midwestern Division chief for the Wildlife and Sport Fish...

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Presidential Candidates Being Urged to Protect The Great Lakes

March 11, 2016
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Presidential Candidates Being Urged to Protect The Great Lakes

INDIANAPOLIS – All eyes are on the presidential candidates and what they will or won’t do for the country if elected. A coalition of business, industry and conservation groups is asking those running to protect a crucial resource in the region. The Great Lakes contain 20 percent of the world’s fresh water and provide...

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Police ID Manager, Worker in Cummins Murder-Suicide

March 10, 2016
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SEYMOUR, Ind. — Police have identified the two employees shot and killed at the Seymour Cummins Engine Plant on Thursday. The victim is Ward R. Edwards, 49, of Columbus. The suspected shooter has been identified as Qing Chen, 37, of Seymour. Investigators say Edwards’ was Chen’s direct supervisor. The men, along with a hangun,...

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UPDATE: 2 People Dead After Shooting at Cummins Plant in Seymour

March 10, 2016
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UPDATE: 2 People Dead After Shooting at Cummins Plant in Seymour

8:40 Thursday morning, Seymour Police responded to an active shooter at a Cummins Plant. According to the Seymour Tribune, reports show the shooting took place on the second floor of the building in a meeting room on the southwest corner. It was originally reported that 2 people were injured, but later reports revealed that...

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Three New Versailles Troopers Receive Cars and Begin Solo Patrol

March 10, 2016
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Three New Versailles Troopers Receive Cars and Begin Solo Patrol

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Three new troopers from the Versailles Post joined their classmates from the 75th Recruit Academy to receive their first patrol cars at the Indiana State Police Museum. The ceremony began with Superintendent Carter addressing the 45 new troopers from around the state, he said to them “this is a big day for...

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Traffic Stop on I-65 Results in Drug Arrest

March 10, 2016
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Traffic Stop on I-65 Results in Drug Arrest

JACKSON CO., Ind — Wednesday morning, Trooper Randel Miller conducted a traffic stop on I-65 near Seymour which led to the discovery of illegal drugs and resulted in the arrest of an Alabama man. The investigation began when Trooper Miller conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that was traveling southbound on I-65 near...

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AT&T 4G LTE Expands to Versailles

March 10, 2016
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AT&T 4G LTE Expands to Versailles

VERSAILLES, Ind. — AT&T is now giving local customers faster mobile Internet speeds on their 4G LTE network. They have launched 4G LTE in Versailles as part of their ongoing rollout across the area. “Whether its economic development, education, health care or public safety, fast and reliable mobile Internet is crucial,” said State Sen. Chip Perfect (R-Lawrenceburg).  “I’m...

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Decatur County REMC Annual Meeting

March 10, 2016
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Decatur County REMC Annual Meeting

DECATUR CO., Ind — Decatur County REMC held their annual Meeting on Tuesday evening with a record number of Co-0p members attending. A group of members have been asking for change of leadership and direction at the co-op, and it started last night with the election of two new board members. Lawrence Young beat...

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    all-day Healthy Kids Day @ Southeastern Indiana YMCA
    Healthy Kids Day @ Southeastern Indiana YMCA
    Apr 30 all-day
    Health Kids Day is all about building on the “WOW” factor inside every kid…whoever they are and wherever they’re from. So come to Health Kids Day for a day of creative, challenging, smart, and healthy fun and watch the “WOW” in your kid come out. FREE to the community. Health Avtivites Include Way to Grow – gardening station Budding Bookworms – art lesson in drawing for children’s books Ready! Set! Go! – obstacle course Pickleball lessons Health food taste tests Southeastern Indiana YMCA Please RSVP to 812-934-6006Share this:TweetEmailPrint
    7:00 am Community Yard Sale & Flea Market @ St. Peter's Community Building
    Community Yard Sale & Flea Market @ St. Peter's Community Building
    Apr 30 @ 7:00 am – 12:00 pm
    Community Yard Sale & Flea Market at St. Peter’s Community Building 1207 East Road, Brookville, IN 47012, on Saturday, April 30 from 7:00 AM until noon. Various vendors with lots of great items! Additional spots are available for anyone who would like to set up. Tables are provided and cost is $10.00. Call Angie 812-525-6033 to reserve your space today. Proceeds from booth rental support St. Peter Church’s team for Relay for Life.Share this:TweetEmailPrint
    8:00 am Poplar Tree Seedling Distribution
    Poplar Tree Seedling Distribution
    Apr 30 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
    The Batesville Lions, with help from the Ag Students at Batesville High School, will be distributing yellow poplar (Tulip tree) seedlings on Saturday, April 30, from 8:00 AM until noon, near Schmidt Bakery. The yellow poplar is Indiana’s State Tree and the distribution is being made in honor of the state’s bicentennial. The club will also be collection used eye glasses, hearing aids, hearing aid batteries, and keys for their recycling program.Share this:TweetEmailPrint

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