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  • Advocates for Children holding final volunteer training Sept. 26
    COLUMBUS, Ind.–The Advocates for Children are looking for volunteers to join their last training on September 26 to help with children who are victims of neglect and abuse. The only requirements are that you’re over 21 years of age and able to pass a simple background check. Otherwise, people ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2017-09-21
  • Seymour dies following Saturday crash at U.S. 31 and U.S. 50 intersection
    SEYMOUR, Ind.–One of the drivers involved in a weekend crash in Seymour has died from his injuries, according to Indiana State Police. They say that the crash occurred when Justin Gudgel, 19, of Seymour, allegedly drove his vehicle into the path of James Hinton, 57, of Seymour, at the ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2017-09-20
  • Greenwood gymnastics business targeted by daytime burglar
    GREENWOOD, Ind.–Two thefts occurred in broad daylight at a gym in Greenwood, according to the Johnson County Sheriff’s Department. On Monday afternoon around 1, at Wright’s Gymnastics, two cars allegedly had their windows broken and valuables stolen from inside each vehicle. Officers say that the business’s security cameras were ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2017-09-20
  • Traffic delays expected in Franklin at U.S. 31 and Commerce Drive
    COPYRIGHT – Vitezslav Valka FRANKLIN, Ind.Indiana Department of Transportation officials advise Franklin motorists to anticipate traffic slowdowns on U.S. 31 at Commerce Drive this week during daytime hours. The traffic signal at that intersection will flash RED and police will direct motorists around worksites while INDOT workers construct curbs. Operations ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2017-09-20
  • CAAC’s ‘Uncommon Cause’ is next month
    COLUMBUS, Ind.–The Columbus Area Arts Council presents its annual fundraiser “Uncommon Cause,” on October 21, at 7 p.m., at the Columbus Learning Center on Central Avenue. The theme of this year’s gala, Designing the Future, is intentionally meant to answer the question raised by Exhibit Columbus of “what’s next?” Tickets ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2017-09-20