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New pastor's goal to bring people to Christ
Tribune photo by Aaron Piper/ Pastor David Parry stands outside First Church of Christ in Seymour.
Record 70 vendors to attend lawn, garden show
Tribune photo by Aaron Piper/ Betty Johnson of Seymour demonstrates how to use a pottery wheel at last year's Seymour Main Street Lawn, Garden and Patio Show at the Southern Indiana Center for the Arts booth.
SPORTS: Owls slip past Stars for track title
Thursday's sectional at Bedford North Lawrence High School was proof that every point matters in a track and field meet as Seymour edged the host Stars 126-125 1/2 for the title.
Wed May 15, 2013
Paving the Way
The new two-year, $30 billion state budget signed into law by Gov. Mike Pence last week includes more money to help Hoosier counties, towns and cities better maintain roads.
Tue May 14, 2013
SPORTS: Eagles rally for victory on road
Arv Koontz, For The Tribune/ Seymour sophomore catcher Shelby Stephens, left, tags out Brown County's Taylor McDonald during Tuesday's game.
Waynesville quadruple homicide 911 call, full transcript
Here is a transcript of a telephone call placed to the Bartholomew County Emergency Operations Center by Daniel Burton, who returned to his Waynesville home Saturday, May 11, 2013 and soon after placed a 911 call at 10:39 p.m., when he talked to a dispatcher.
Seymour man celebrating 90 years at open house
The family of Charles R. Hunterman plans to conduct an open house to celebrate his 90th birthday from 2 to 4a p.m. May 26 in Fellowship Hall at the First United Methodist Church, 201 E. Third St., Seymour.
Indy News: Two Shot Near State Fairgrounds; New ISTEP Problems Caused By Possible Hacking
A man who was intoxicated when he struck a pothole on his bike, suffering serious injuries, has lost his lawsuit against the city.
Lutheran retreat encourages worship, relaxation
Submitted photo / Members of Immanuel Lutheran Church's Lutheran Women's Missionary League along with the Rev.
Mon May 13, 2013
SPORTS: Seymour senior drawn to football, education at DePauw
Campbell also played basketball and competed in track and field throughout the years, but when thinking about continuing with a sport in college, football was at the forefront.
Ind. man deported to face murder charge
A Mexican national who immigrated illegally to the United States and settled in Indiana has been deported to Mexico to face a homicide charge, officials said.
Marriage licenses 5/14/13
Blake Byferd Schultheis, 20, 445 12th St., Dover, Del., and Miranda Jane Dixon, 18, 401 Carter Blvd., Seymour, issued May 6. Richard Edwin Malson, 51, 5945 S. County Road 550W, Columbus, and Amy Denise Stickles, 49, 908 S. Lynn St., Seymour, issued This story appears in the print edition of The Tribune.
Fri May 10, 2013
Woman reporting someone had attempted to open the screen to a window to her bedroom, 100 block of East County Road 400N, Seymour, 9:04 p.m. Thursday.
Thu May 09, 2013
Jackson Superior Court II, 5/9/13
Teena M. Hayes v. Matthew D. Hays, both of 1768 N. County Road 950E, Seymour, married Aug.
Wed May 08, 2013
SPORTS: Seymour senior stays moving in track, soccer
Aaron Piper, The Tribune/ Seymour senior Adam Davis, left, kicks the ball away from a Madison defender during a home soccer match last fall.
The Daily Breeze
El Segundo-based Cereplast moving headquarters to Indiana
In another blow to the South Bay's economy and prestige, an El Segundo-based maker of biodegradable plastics announced this week that it plans to move its corporate headquarters to Indiana in an effort to save money.
New Albany girls nip Owls, Olympians for 2nd place
Floyd Central was a heavy favorite going into Tuesday's Hoosier Hills Conference girls track and field meet, but all signs pointed to a close battle for second place.
Man Sentenced After Slamming Child Into Bed
A Jackson County man who told police he slammed his child onto a bed until the child was unconscious during an incident Aug.
Block where women found a friendly, careful place
On one end, magnificent stained-glass windows rise two stories up a handsome brick church.
Sewer collapse shows utility need
The recent collapse of a stormwater line on South Jackson Park Drive in Seymour shows the need for a separate stormwater utility, a city official said.