Author: Lori McDonald

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In late summer and early fall each year, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division of Forestry plants millions of seeds in two state nurseries... [Read More]
Women in rural Indiana and Ohio have the opportunity to share with researchers their thoughts and feelings about cancer screening tests through a cancer intervention... [Read More]
BROWNSTOWN The winding road into Lake and Forest Club in Brownstown is lined with trees. Sometimes, deer and wild turkeys can be spotted there, but... [Read More]
A Jackson County native has been working with fellow Hoosiers for more than 10 years to change state law so distilleries could sell directly to... [Read More]
A Seymour produce farmer was recently recognized as a Red Gold Master Grower at Red Gold's 27th annual growers banquet in Indianapolis in conjunction with... [Read More]
When a Brownstown man made the decision to volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters nearly eight years ago, he had no idea he would be... [Read More]
When August Wonning was farming his property back in the late 1880's, little did he know that his great-grandson, Louis Wonning, would still be farming... [Read More]
Tuesday was not just an average day for some local Boy Scouts who gathered at Seymour City Hall and had the chance to shadow local... [Read More]
The Jackson County Fairgrounds will take on a new look when its eight-day run begins July 22 thanks to some construction projects in the works... [Read More]
A little more than a year ago, a Seymour woman lost her younger brother to suicide. Now, she has formed an organization dedicated to suicide... [Read More]
The tree funding program at Seymour's Riverview Cemetery that died out years ago has been revived by the new superintendent, along with the introduction of... [Read More]
A Medora woman has proven how persistence can pay off when you don't give up and keep reaching for your goal, as she finally realized... [Read More]
A local nonprofit organization that has been delivering scares to haunted house enthusiasts for 17 years is hosting a new event this weekend. The Seymour... [Read More]
A couple living near Trinity Lutheran High School on the northeast side of Seymour have turned their desire to share their Christmas joy with others... [Read More]
Through a knock on the door, a church in Western Jackson county was offered the opportunity to serve needy children all over the world by... [Read More]
A Seymour man with a vision of helping others by hosting a community food pantry box recently saw it become a reality with the help... [Read More]
A two-day festival celebrating the heritage of Jackson County's oldest community is fast approaching. The 49th annual Fort Vallonia Days will begin at 9 a.m.... [Read More]
MEDORA The town of Medora will once again go pink Saturday in an effort to bring awareness to all types of cancer and raise money... [Read More]
A 72-year-old Jackson County funeral home has ceased operations after its longtime director didn't renew its annual state license at the end of 2016. Without... [Read More]
MEDORA Officials with Rumpke Waste & Recycling unveiled the company's newest investment in recycling — the Medora Recycling Center — on Wednesday. [Read More]
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