Same suspect sought in similar bank robberies in Crothersville, Seymour PDF Print E-mail
The same man has been sought since Thursday, August 28, for his involvement in bank robberies in Crothersville and Seymour. The suspect first visited the Centra Credit Union on South Jackson Park Drive in Seymour around 10:45 a.m. that Thursday. He was described as wearing a blue plaid shirt with a collar, a camo ball cap and camo shorts. He had short “buzzed” red hair. He fled the scene on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash. About an hour later, he walked into the Peoples Bank, 310 North Armstrong Street, Crothersville. This time, the description of the man was similar, but the suspect was wearing a “Mr. Rogers” t-shirt with a camo ball cap and shorts. He was described as 5-8 to 6 feet in height and from 175 to 200 pounds.
The suspect did not display a weapon in either robbery.
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ARCA series returns to Salem PDF Print E-mail

Entries and story lines are starting to build for the 96th running of the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards tour at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery, where the Federated Car Care ARCA Fall Classic presented by JayC Food Stores is set for Saturday night, Sept. 13th under the lights.

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Pirates start slow then roll to 47-20 MSC win PDF Print E-mail

The Pirates won their second straight MSC (Mid Southern Conference) game Friday night, in front of a packed Bone Yard and very spirited student section. The Pirates started their game with North Harrison, ending the first two Cougar drives with a pair of Eli Daniel interceptions; however fumbled the ball three times in the first half.

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Fire destroys local Restaurant PDF Print E-mail

A number of people are without jobs as fire destroyed Tumbleweed restaurant in the early hours of Sunday morning.

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Salem turns 200, next milestone 2064! PDF Print E-mail

After celebrating Old Settlers’ Days a week ago, the Salem Public Square transformed into a large birthday party.    
Salem celebrated its Bicentennial.
There was a parade, a street fair, a historic homes tour and many other events to mark the occasion.
There is also plenty of merchandise to mark the city’s 200th birthday.
The next milestone will be in 2064 when Salem turns 250 years old.

 

Photo by Monika Spaulding

 
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