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Total Seed has naming rights for TCSC greenhouse

Local seed company, Total Seed Production, has secured the naming rights to a new greenhouse being built by the Tipton Community School Corporation. The greenhouse, which is expected to be built by summer 2022, will be named the Total Seed Production Greenhouse. This partnership between Total Seed Production and TCSC is an investment into the…

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Tyner named Elwood Publishing Company General Manager

By: JENNY CORBETT In 1976, Cindy Tyner began her career at Elwood Publishing Company at the Tipton office as the front desk/receptionist handling the day to day greeting of customers, answering telephone calls, handling classified ads, legal notices, and helping with circulation. Although she never left the business, Tyner took some time off, or at…

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Montgomery named Alexandria Police Chief

By: JENNY CORBETT Alexandria Mayor Todd Naselroad, has appointed Mike Montgomery to Alexandria Police Chief following the retirement of Terry Richwine at the end of 2021. Montgomery joined APD in 1995 as a reserve officer; he became a full time officer in 1997. Originally from Alexandria, Montgomery has served the department as a patrol officer,…

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Alexandria Bakery to open soon; new location, same recipes

By: JENNY CORBETT The teasers have been on social media; the sign is out that says ‘Coming Soon’; and the community was treated to a sneak peek the weekend of Dec. 18. On February 5, the long awaited opening of the Alexandria Bakery will happen at its new location in the former Gaither’s Family Resources.…

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Kempton man arrested following crash that killed Flora couple

CARROLL COUNTY– A Flora couple has died following the four-vehicle crash in Burlington on Monday, Jan. 3. The four-vehicle crash sent multiple individuals to hospitals, including a driver and passenger who were flown from the crash scene. At 1:25 p.m., Carroll County E911 received a 911 report of a multiple vehicle, personal injury accident on…

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Woman arrested after hit and run crash

The Tipton Police Department (TPD) investigated a property damage crash on Jan. 7, 2022, that resulted in the arrest of a Tipton woman. At approximately 5:27 p.m. on Friday, Tipton County Communications Dispatch Center received a 911 call reporting a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of West Madison Street and South Conde Street. The caller…

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Tipton County Sheriff’s Department arrest Indianapolis woman on charges of battery against a minor

On Jan. 1, 2022, at 3:35 a.m., Tipton County Communications received a complaint of child abuse involving injury. Deputies with the Tipton County Sheriff’s Department, Seals Ambulance and Windfall Volunteer Fire personnel responded to a Windfall residence. Olivia Silva, 31, of Indianapolis and her 19-month-old son, had been staying with a family friend at the…

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Tipton County BZA denies variance for solar array setback

By VICKY BOYD Tribune Correspondent Jason and Amber Tolle, 5378 East 600 North, in Windfall, went before the Tipton County Board of Zoning Appeals to ask for a Development Standard Variance to allow them to put a ground-mounted solar array in their front yard, less than the required 75-foot setback. The Tolle’s were asking for…

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Commissioners reorganize and appoint

By LOU ANN MILLETT Tribune Correspondent (TIPTON) – As is the custom, with a new year comes the re-organization of leaders in the Tipton County Board of Commissioners. The current president, Dennis Henderson accepted the nomination and election to the post again. Commissioner Nancy Cline was voted to be the Vice President of the group.…

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PUD on agenda for Monday’s Tipton Common Council meeting

By VICKY BOYD Tribune Correspondent Mayor Tom Dolezal informed Tipton Utility Board members during Monday’s board meeting he will be having the PUD (Planned Unit Development) or Canal Run subdivision on the agenda on Monday, Jan. 10 at 530 p.m. in the City Hall Building. This is not being advertised as a Public Hearing; however,…

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