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CROTHERSVILLE Relief could be in sight for Crothersville residents in the area of one of the town's lift stations. In recent years, people living near... [Read More]
BROWNSTOWN The weather in recent months prevented workers from keeping the sanitary sewer rehabilitation project in Brownstown on schedule. That has resulted in Wessler Engineering,... [Read More]
BROWNSTOWN Within the next five years, people could see a lot of changes at two parks in Brownstown. Shannon McLeod with Priority Project Resources, the... [Read More]
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On Dec. 22, 1972, at a courthouse in Ocala, Florida, Robert and Margaret Rentch were married. Standing in front of a judge, Margaret wore a... [Read More]
Girl Scouts changed Hailee Jones' life. Once she finally found a troop that would accept her, she liked spending time with the other girls while... [Read More]
BROWNSTOWN Twice in the past 13 years, downtown revitalization plans were put together for Brownstown to make façade and streetscape improvements. Town officials and Brownstown/Ewing... [Read More]
Standing in a hallway at Crothersville Junior-Senior High School on Saturday, I heard someone say, "Zach, do you want to go with us?" It was... [Read More]
CROTHERSVILLE When she was younger, Kate Frazier and her five siblings received boxes of food and toys around Christmastime. Members of the Crothersville FFA chapter... [Read More]
A talk about giving of your time, talents and treasures stuck with a Cortland Elementary School fourth-grade classroom. Tonja Couch, executive director of Jackson County... [Read More]
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BROWNSTOWN Stepping off of the Brave Bus in pairs or trios, members of the Brownstown Central Middle School Tribal Council were handed a pencil and... [Read More]
MEDORA The seeds have been planted for agriculture education opportunities at Medora Community Schools. In the third trimester of this school year, science teacher Ashley... [Read More]
MEDORA When entities come together for a common cause, good things can happen. That was the case with the establishment of the Medora Makers 4-H... [Read More]
While working at the Medora Community School Corp. superintendent's office Thursday afternoon, Vicki Dean received a devastating phone call. The home where she lived with... [Read More]
BROWNSTOWN Brownstown Central Community School Corp.'s Students of the Month received certificates during a recent board of trustees meeting in the administration office. Those recognized... [Read More]
BROWNSTOWN Survey results and several discussions helped Brownstown Central Community School Corp. leaders establish new mission and vision statements. To kick off the activity to... [Read More]
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BROWNSTOWN Survey results and several discussions helped Brownstown Central Community School Corp. leaders establish new mission and vision statements. To kick off the activity to... [Read More]
By serving his country with the U.S. Marines, Zachary Romero is putting others before himself. This Christmas, he wants to do the same thing. The... [Read More]
BROWNSTOWN As part of a recent collective-bargaining agreement, Brownstown Central Community School Corp. teachers won't see a base salary increase for 2017-18. That follows a... [Read More]
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CROTHERSVILLE A portion of a heavily traveled road in Crothersville undergoing construction will receive a temporary surface until work can resume. Bethany Road will get... [Read More]
An opportunity to tour unique Seymour homes and help a good cause is coming up Saturday. From 4 to 8 p.m., people can visit six... [Read More]
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