Rainy weather didn’t dampen the spirit of students gathered together Wednesday morning at local schools for the annual See You at the Pole event.
BROWNSTOWN — As Brownstown’s town budget was calculated for 2022, a ninth officer for the Brownstown Police Department was included.
The Healthy Jackson County physical activity workgroup is collaborating with Jackson-Washington State Forest to offer a guided hike series.
The Seymour Redevelopment Commission will meet at 4 p.m. Monday in the training room upstairs at the Seymour Police Department, 205 N. Ewing St.
Girls Inc. of Jackson County is conducting a diaper and feminine product drive to help Afghan refugees at Camp Atterbury in Edinburgh.
The Seymour Board of Zoning Appeals will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the training room upstairs at the Seymour Police Department, 205 N. Ewing St.
The Seymour Oktoberfest celebrates German food, music and traditions, but a group of Japanese women work all year long to share a little bit of their own culture.
Thrive Alliance invites the public to join an interactive virtual program called Bingocize! from noon to 1 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday from Oct. 4 through Dec. 8 via Zoom.
The Indiana Department of Education recently announced a new partnership with Schoolhouse.world to support students in grades 8 through 12 with free tutoring for SAT preparation, math courses and Advanced Placement courses.
The annual Akers-Anderson-Leslie family reunion pitch-in dinner will be Oct. 3 at the Shields Park shelter house in Seymour.