Seymour man opens trendy barber shop in a place he knows well

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By Jordan Richart For The Tribune Throughout the last few years, Brett Bevers can remember having two different dreams on a few occasions about the same...

Gift of Grain benefits community

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Staff Reports Crop conditions look poised for a good harvest this fall as some Jackson County farmers are already starting to shell corn and pick...

Ribbon cut at new Edward Jones office in Brownstown

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zspicer@stagingtb.aimmediallcindiana.com BROWNSTOWN With a longtime interest in stock markets and some persuasion from family members, Ryan Kemp made the jump to become an Edward Jones financial...

Rose Acre Farms sells soybean crushing plant

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awoods@aimmediaindiana.com A St. Louis, Missouri-based food technology company announced its purchase of a soybean crushing operation in Cortland from Rose Acre Farms on Monday. “The acquisition...

Crothersville Town Council approves $54 million abatements for Aisin Drivetrain

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zspicer@stagingtb.aimmediallcindiana.com CROTHERSVILLE A Crothersville automotive parts manufacturer has received a $54.506 million tax abatement and expects to add around 75 to 85 new employees by December...

Cummins delays return for office workers

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By Andy East | For The Tribune aeast@therepublic.com Cummins Inc. has pushed back plans to fully reopen offices as COVID-19 cases surge across the country, including...

Council OKs $3.5 million abatement

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Staff Reports A Seymour firm that manufactures boxes and retail displays recently received a 10-year $3.5 million tax abatement for the purchase and installation of...

City council discusses ARP funds

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By Mitchell Banks mbanks@stagingtb.aimmediallcindiana.com Seymour is eligible to receive $4.16 million through the American Rescue Plan signed into law in March by President Joe Biden. The funds...

Crothersville history, arts group changes officers

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CROTHERSVILLE Breakfasts, spaghetti dinners, soup suppers, bake sales, dinner theaters, holiday events, arts and craft shows and ice cream socials. Over the past 10 years, the...

Brownstown native named president of rehabilitation company

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Staff Reports Cassie Hehman Murray has been named president of Healthcare Therapy Services Inc., a rehabilitation provider of physical, occupational and speech therapy based in...