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Skate park ready to roll; ribbon cutting planned at Shields site
Work has wrapped up on the first phase of a skate park at Shields Park in Seymour.
Danny J. Ball
<![CDATA[RICHMOND, Ind. - Danny J. Ball, age 59, of Richmond, died Friday, December 6, 2013, at Reid Hospital. Born January 30, 1954, in Glasgow, Kentucky, to Charlie and Clara Martin Ball, he moved to Richmond from Seymour, Indiana. Danny worked as a network analyst at Reid Hospital. He was a member of the Noon Lions Club and served as elder and on the school board at Immanuel Lutheran Church. Danny was a member of First English Lutheran Church in Richmond. He enjoyed reading and computers. Danny loved family gatherings and food. Survivors include his wife, Pamela Rogan Ball, to whom he was married October 18, 1980; son, Christopher Ball and fiance Jennifer O' Callaghan of Lebanon, Indiana; brothers, James Kenneth Ball of Michigan, Roy (Mary Jo) Ball of Michigan, and Charles (Wanda) Ball of Kentucky; nieces; and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Roger and Ronnie Ball; and sister-in-law, Mary Ball. Services for Danny J. Ball will be announced at a later date. Arrangements are being handled by Doan & Mills Funeral Home, 790 National Road West, Richmond. Memorial contributions may be made to: First English Lutheran Church, 2727 East Main Street, Richmond, IN 47374 or Immanuel Lutheran Church, 605 South Walnut Street, Seymour, IN 47274. Condolences may be sent to the family via the guest book at www.doanmillsfuneralhome.com.
Cutting fundsArea families struggle after decreases in food stamp...
Nine dollars doesn't sound like much, but for Lori Foster of Seymour and her family, it's food on their table.
More snow in forecast; travel advisory issued
Tribune photo by Aaron Piper/ Lois Engelking uses a broom to clean snow from her vehicle on Friday on Fifth Street in Seymour.
The Indianapolis Star
Indiana snowstorm: Round 2 on the way
The next blast of snow is expected to come through the Indianapolis area between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. IndyStar.com metereologist Paul Poteet said the next wave could potentially bring another inch, maybe 2, of snow, especially in the southern areas.
Police: Take it slow and easy
Jackson County Sheriff's Department is urging motorists to be cautious when heading to work or other appointments Friday morning.
State group honors hospital accountant
Indiana CPA Society recognized 10 certified public accountants, including one from Seymour, during the CPA Celebration on Nov. 15 at the Indiana Roof Ballroom in Indianapolis.
SPORTS: Free throw contest set for Saturday in Seymour
The Seymour Elks Hoop Shoot is set for 2 p.m. Saturday at the Seymour Boys & Girls Club, 950 N. O'Brien St. The Elks Hoop Shoot, funded by the Elks National Foundation, is a free throw contest for boys and girls ages 8 to 13. Age groups will be determined by contestants' age as of April 1, 2014.
Pancake meal fundraiser Saturday in Seymour
ESA One Step One Miracle is planning a team fundraiser, an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast with sausage, from 8 to 10a a.m. Saturday at Applebee's in Seymour.
Seymour student serves as play's house manager
Seymour's Brooke Zarick, a sophomore at Concordia University in Nebraska was house manager for this year's fall theatrical production, "The Winter's Tale."
Humane Society slates annual holiday open house, fundraiser
Punkin is a dachshund/lab mix that hopes Santa brings him something special for Christmas this year at the Humane Society of Jackson County in Seymour.
The Indianapolis Star
Indiana snowstorm: White Friday could bring 4 to 6 inches of snow, says Paul Poteet
Colder air is already moving in, and snow will pile on later. Travel will be tricky Thursday night and Friday with the first significant storm of winter.
SPORTS: Coaches looking forward to matchup
Brownstown coach Dave Benter, though, said this season's matchup on Friday at Seymour could be interesting because the Owls are operating under new coach Kyle Clough's system.
Jackson Circuit Court I, 12/5/13
Oak Hill Apartments, 1113 E. Oak St., Seymour, v. Betty Collins, 643 Miller Lane, Seymour, seeking $1,598; v.
SPORTS: Seymour wrestlers dominate home opener
Arv Koontz, For The Tribune/ Seymour freshman Dalton Miller controls Southwestern's Jacob Perrine during their 170-pound match on Tuesday night.
SPORTS: Enter His Courts still accepting players
Forms can be picked up at Cornerstone Ministry Center, 1088 Sarasota Drive, Seymour.
Donations help annual basket fund to $700
The fund, sponsored by American Legion Post 89 in partnership with The Tribune, will supply gift cards from Jay C Food Stores to residents in need across Jackson County.
Marriage Licenses, 12/3/13
Timothy Joe Stricker Jr., 28, 3359 N. State Road 11, Seymour, and Kristin Dawne Rutherford, 30, 4822 Wrenwood Place, Columbus, issued Nov. 25. This story appears in the print edition of The Tribune.
Decked out: Seymour gathers for Downtown celebration
Rhonda Shipley sat with her son and grandson on the first row of bleachers at Seymour's Downtown Christmas and tree lighting Monday evening, hoping for one thing: to meet Santa Claus.
Man hurt when car flips
Distracted driving led to a 72-year-old Seymour man being hospitalized Monday morning after his vehicle flipped over on a city street.