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February 25, 2015


Bartholomew County Man Found Guilty Of Quadruple Homicide

Samuel Sallee, 57, was charged with four counts of murder for killing four people in a house in Waynesville in 2013.

October 22, 2014


February Trial Set For Quadruple Murder Suspect

The man accused of shooting and killing four people last year will go to trial in February.

August 25, 2014


Bartholomew County Votes For CAFO Moratorium

The commissioners gave initial approval to the one-year moratorium at their meeting this morning.

July 24, 2014


Bartholomew County Gives Large Hog Farm The Go Ahead

Bartholomew County is allowing a farmer to build a confined feeding operation with 2,000 hogs.

June 12, 2014


Bartholomew County Committee To Review CAFO Requirements

Bartholomew County commissioner Richard Flohr says a new committee will evaluate an ordinance that regulates confined animal feeding operations.

February 27, 2014


Two Children Hit By School Bus In Bartholomew County

A 9-year-old girl and 6-year-old boy were hit by a school bus this morning. Both have been hospitalized.

January 2, 2014


Bartholomew County Considers Rebuilding Highway Garage

County Commission President Carl Lienhoop says the highway garage is in disrepair and needs to be rebuilt.

September 4, 2013


Bartholomew County Assesor Working Through 2,000 Appeals

The Bartholomew County Assessor says his office has settled about half of the property tax appeals it received from the 2012 reassessments.

July 23, 2013


Bartholomew County Murder Suspect Faces Assault Charge

In Brown County, the sole suspect in a Waynesville murder case has made a plea deal with the prosecutor's office to resolve an unrelated assault charge.

June 18, 2013


Suspect Named In Waynesville Quadruple Murders

Samuel E. Sallee is being held at the Brown County Jail.

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