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  1. Braves can't keep up with TigersRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Tribune

    While Brownstown Central's football team got its chance for revenge, the Braves couldn't achieve a different result at Neary Field. The Braves gave up 26 second-half points in a 33-14 Class 3A Sectional 31 opening-round loss Friday evening to Lawrenceburg .


  2. a Tough TeamsaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Tribune

    During the sectional realignment process, Brownstown Central football coach Reed May had a feeling the Braves would face a familiar foe in the postseason. Tribune photo by Jordan Morey/ Brownstown Central's Colton Ritz runs for a touchdown as teammate Lane Lucas blocks during a game against Salem.


  3. Wooing Amazon with sun, fun a and giant buttonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 18 | The Tribune

    Mayors from Toledo to Tulsa are so eager to woo Amazon's much-vaunted second headquarters that they're brandishing bourbon, selling the sun, and whispering sweet nothings to the company. The Associated Press talked to the leaders of more than 50 cities or metropolitan regions about the different ways they're showcasing themselves to the Seattle e-commerce company.


  4. NTSB: Balloon crash pilot was as impaired as a drunk driverRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 17 | The Tribune

    The pilot in the deadliest hot air balloon crash in U.S. history was probably impaired by opioids and sedatives when he ignored weather warnings and flew the ride into a power line, investigators said Tuesday. Besides Valium and oxycodone, there was a high enough dosage of the over-the-counter antihistamine Benadryl in Alfred "Skip" Nichols' system to mimic "the impairing effect of a blood-alcohol level" of a drunken driver, said Dr. Nicholas Webster, a National Transportation Safety Board medical officer.


  5. Brownstown Central girls finish third, boys sixthRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 1 | The Tribune

    Brownstown Central cross-country coaches Maria Conklin and Dan Botkin says their runners are headed in the right direction heading into Saturday's Brown County Sectional. The Brownstown girls scored 69 points to finish in third place, one point behind Charlestown, this past Saturday in the Mid-Southern Conference meet at Eastern High School.


  6. Dallas - John L' HarrisRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 30 | The Tribune

    Dallas "John L" Harris, 67 of Crothersville, passed away at home on Thursday, September 28, 2017. Born March 18, 1950 in Harlan, KY, he was the son of Oliver Dallas Harris and Leona Harris Burkhart.


  7. Braves top Austin in conference matchRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 26 | The Tribune

    Brownstown Central's boys tennis team closed out its regular season with a 4-1 Mid-Southern Conference win against Austin at home Monday afternoon. "It was nice to end 6-3 in the conference," he said.


  8. The Latest: Austin to honor federal immigration detainersRead the original story

    Monday Sep 25 | The Tribune

    AUSTIN, Texas - The Latest on a federal appeals court allowing more of a Texas ban on "sanctuary cities" backed by the Trump administration take effect: : A Texas sheriff who had declined to honor some requests to detain immigrants in local jails says that her county now will comply with all such requests from federal authorities. Travis County Sheriff Sally Hernandez said Monday that her policies had been updated to comply with the findings of a three-judge appeals court panel in New Orleans.


  9. Missing Indiana mana s remains found on Ohio River islandRead the original story

    Monday Sep 25 | The Tribune

    Human remains found last year on an Ohio River island have been identified as those of an Indiana man reported missing in late 2015. Police said Saturday that DNA testing had confirmed the remains are those of 26-year-old Randall David Austin Jr., whose death remains under investigation.


  10. Local sports roundup a " September 22Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 21 | The Tribune

    Trinity Lutheran's A.J. Goecker placed first in the boys race in the Paoli invitational Thursday with a time of 18:29. The Owls led 2-1 at the half, giving up a lone goal off a penalty kick.


  11. Don Henley, Lyle Lovett, Clint Black plan Harvey benefitRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 20 | The Tribune

    Don Henley, Lyle Lovett and Clint Black are the latest musicians planning a concert to raise money for victims of Harvey. Tickets go on sale Friday for the "Helping Texans: A Hurricane Harvey Benefit Concert."


  12. Cougars swept despite trio of close matchesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 18, 2017 | The Tribune

    Three matches went over the two-hour mark - all to three sets - at Trinity Lutheran on Monday. Unfortunately for the Cougars, none of them went their way.


  13. Roy A. RobbinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2017 | The Tribune

    Roy A. Robbins, 77, of Crothersville, Indiana, passed away at12:38 p.m.Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at Hoosier Christian Village Nursing Home. Born April 17, 1940 in Jackson County, Indiana, he was a son of Clem M. Robbins and Mary Sherman Robbins.


  14. Todd's Place receives awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2017 | The Tribune

    When Kris Hunley of Austin decided to open Todd's Place, a transitional housing and detox facility, in Seymour, he knew it wouldn't be an easy road. Having a heroin and alcohol addiction for 25 years, he was able to get out of that lifestyle and is now five years sober and clean.


  15. Purdue tapped to lead new research into shale-gas fuelsRead the original story

    Sep 13, 2017 | The Tribune

    A federal agency has chosen Purdue University to oversee a fledgling research center that will focus on developing new technologies to produce fuels from the nation's shale-gas deposits. The Purdue-based engineering research center, called CISTAR, will get nearly $20 million over five years from the National Science Foundation for the initiative.


  16. FEMA sees trailers only as last resort after Harvey, IrmaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2017 | The Tribune

    In a 2017 hurricane season that has already seen two monster storms, Harvey and Irma, manufactured homes are turning out to be just a small fraction of the federal government's plan to deal with displaced people, with only 1,700 trailers available. Where exactly the Federal Emergency Management Agency plans to send those trailers, Texas or Florida, is not yet clear. 1 comment

  17. Area schools see drop in test scoresRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 9, 2017 | The Tribune

    Most public schools in Jackson County experienced a drop in the percentage of students passing both English/language arts and math on last spring's ISTEP+. The only schools to see increases were Cortland and Emerson Elementary schools, Seymour Middle School, Brownstown Elementary School and Medora Elementary School.


  18. For Trump, chance to return with empathy for Harvey victimsRead the original story

    Sep 2, 2017 | The Tribune

    President Donald Trump brought plenty of optimism and swagger to Texas on his first visit to survey Harvey's devastation. He's getting a chance to return with empathy.


  19. Federal judge halts Texasa latest anti-abortion lawRead the original story

    Aug 31, 2017 | The Tribune

    A federal judge late Thursday temporarily blocked Texas from enforcing new anti-abortion measures Gov. Greg Abbott signed in response to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down more sweeping abortion limits. The order by Austin-based U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel stops Texas from banning a commonly used second trimester abortion procedure, known as dilation and evacuation, which abortion providers say rarely results in complications.


  20. Posts, tweets spread widely as the Harvey missing are soughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 30, 2017 | The Tribune

    Photos with pleas for help in finding the missing from Tropical Storm Harvey are being posted, cut-and-pasted and retweeted by thousands of people as desperate family members seek loved ones who they fear might be dead, but may only have a dead phone. No official number of the unaccounted-for had been released Tuesday night amid the vast uncertainty of the storm's fourth day, with authorities saying the 18 deaths confirmed so far could surge in the days to come.


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