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Mushroom hunt turns up much more

Local resident Dan Johnson found much more than mushrooms when mushroom hunting today, April 16 behind his house in Brookville. In a tree stump in the middle of the woods, Johnson found several empty “money bags” while on his hunt for mushrooms.
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Children and COVID-19: What you should know

Since COVID-19 was declared a world pandemic on Jan. 31, the numbers of confirmed cases continue to rise across the world. As of April 13, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported globally, there are 1,773,084 confirmed COVID-19 cases. The United States is responsible for 524,514 of the confirmed cases.
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Is “The Hunt” worth the hype?

“The Hunt,” finally released nationwide Thursday night, was more infamous for having its theatrical release delayed than for the overall anticipation itself. Originally set for a Sept. 27, 2019 release, Universal decided to hold it after mass shootings in Dayton and El Paso apparently motivated by political animus.
MISSISSIPPI STATE

Meet veteran Stephen Meyer as he walks in the name of PTSD

At 1 p.m. today, March 6, veteran Stephen Meyers will be making one of many stops in Metamora as he walks across America for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. If asked to picture someone walking across America, many would probably have a visual of Tom Hanks as the beloved character, “Forest Gump”, when he just started “running” across all these fantastic backdrops until he was tired and went home.
BROOKVILLE, IN

Structure fire appears to be total loss

To view on website click here: Update 10:10 a.m. – Brookville Volunteer Fire Department Chief, Aaron Leffingwell, provides additional details regarding structure fire. “The house was occupied, but there were no occupants in it at the time,” Leffingwell said. “We received the call at 4:38 a.m. and were on scene within 12 minutes.”
BROOKVILLE, IN