Author: Zach Spicer

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CROTHERSVILLE Communities that own and operate their sewer and water departments have to maintain infrastructure so it works efficiently and lasts for as long as... [Read More]
As the 10th annual Sertoma Benefit Concert approaches, one of the event's organizers reflects on how far the fundraiser has come. Adam Nicholson said the... [Read More]
BROWNSTOWN After consulting with its attorney, the Brownstown Town Council decided to grant a one-time waiver for the sewer tap-on fee for the judicial center... [Read More]
BROWNSTOWN Once the Jackson County Judicial Center is built in Brownstown, local officials expect more people to be in the county seat. Not only do... [Read More]
A widower who lost his wife a couple of years ago wants companionship. A woman is in need of a free meal because she struggles... [Read More]
Having served as an assistant special education teacher at Seymour Middle School, Nicola Hawkins helped children with a variety of special needs and abilities. She... [Read More]
Eighteen local people recently found themselves in the doghouse. To get out of... [Read More]
The Jackson County Health Department is starting a new clinic to expand its services to include screening for sexually transmitted diseases. The Collaborative Advocacy Referral... [Read More]
Jackson County officials want the county website to have a little more flair. They also want to be able to put more information on the... [Read More]
Awards were handed out for best costumes, dogs looking for homes were available to meet potential adopters and money was raised to help good causes.... [Read More]
In life, simple is better. That's the approach Jackson County officials took in updating the zoning ordinance and zoning map for unincorporated areas of the... [Read More]
Interacting with well-known composers like Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven isn't an option for students who perform their music today. That's why the... [Read More]
BROWNSTOWN In an effort to keep the Jackson County Judicial Center project within budget, county officials are seeking a little help from the Brownstown Town... [Read More]
Once a Mustang guy, always a Mustang guy. Since the 1980s, Brad Cobb has had eight Ford Mustangs in his family. One of them —... [Read More]
CROTHERSVILLE The inaugural Haunted Trails and Glow Walk was such a success in 2016 that the Crothersville Parks Board decided another scary good time was... [Read More]
The day before taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test last school year, Rachel Onken received some disappointing news. A doctor called and told... [Read More]
EDINBURGH New sectional. No problem. Having won three straight Class A Sectional 61 titles, the Trinity Lutheran volleyball team captured its first one playing in... [Read More]
As abused or neglected children are whisked away from their home, they often only have a grocery bag full of items to take with them.... [Read More]
CROTHERSVILLE Wishes have been granted for residents in a Crothersville subdivision and a developer in another area of town. The town council recently approved adding... [Read More]
The Jobs for America's Graduates program is in its seventh year at Seymour High School. In recent years, JAG specialist Celeste Bowman has had a... [Read More]
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