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November 8th General Election Preview

May 4, 2016   Now that the primary is over, we can name some of the candidates who will square off against one another in the November 8th general election, locally. For Dubois County Treasurer, Republican Kitty Merkley will face Democrat Sheryl Sendelweck. For County Commissioner, District 1, the Democrat primary winner Gary Eck will MORE >

2016 Indiana Primary Wrap Up

May 4, 2016   A final look at the Primary Election numbers in Dubois County shows that Gary Eck defeated Larry Vollmer for the Dubois County Commissioner in District 1. This was a significant outcome considering the longevity of Vollmer’s tenure as a Commissioner. This was Eck’s first ever campaign, and he wins a pretty MORE >

Police Activity Report

April 29, 2016   The Jasper Police Department assisted in the arrest of a Terre Haute man for multiple charges after he allegedly contacted what he thought was a 13-year-old Jasper child to engage in sexual activities. According to authorities, Michael S. Rowe made contact with the Jasper Police Department as part of a sting MORE >

Last Weekend Before May 3rd Primary

April 29, 2016   This is the final weekend before the May 3rd Primary Election.  No election in recent years has seen the kind of campaign activity in the state by Presidential Candidates. Donald Trump was in Evansville Thursday. Ted Cruz is supposed to make additional stops in the state over the weekend. Congressional races MORE >

Chrisney Principal on ISTEP Review Panel

April 28, 2016   From the Evansville Courier & Press: Chrisney Elementary School Principal Julie Kemp, a North Spencer County School Corp. administrator was appointed by Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz to be a member of the ISTEP review panel. Kemp said, “I am incredibly honored and humbled. … I was speechless, to MORE >

Crisis Connection Executive Director Stein to Retire

April 28, 2016   In a press release from the Crisis Connection, the announcement was made on Wednesday that Beth Stein is going to retire after 33 years with the organization, 27 years as a staff member and Executive Director. Stein reports that she was one of the ‘founding mothers.’ She was part of a MORE >

City of Huntingburg Projects Moving Ahead

April 28, 2016   In Tuesday night’s Huntingburg City Council meeting, the Mayor and council members listened as the city’s utility superintendents talked about their major projects. The Fourth Street Water Main installation is going well, and the portion that runs under US 231 will be done soon, as long as hard rains do not MORE >

Crisis Connection Executive Director Stein to Retire

April 28, 2016   In a press release from the Crisis Connection, the announcement was made on Wednesday that Beth Stein is going to retire after 33 years with the organization, 27 years as a staff member and Executive Director. Stein reports that she was one of the ‘founding mothers.’ She was part of a MORE >

Birdseye Town Water and Sewer Manager Fired

April 27, 2016   From the Ferdinand News: Following an hour-long executive session on Tuesday, April 26, Birdseye Town Council members opened a special meeting and closed it about two minutes later — the result is that Water and Sewer Superintendent Glenn Bayer was fired immediately. “It is with great sadness I make a motion to terminate MORE >

City of Huntingburg Projects Moving Ahead

April 27, 2016   In Tuesday night’s Huntingburg City Council meeting, the Mayor and council members listened as the city’s utility superintendents talked about their major projects. The Fourth Street Water Main installation is going well, and the portion that runs under US 231 will be done soon, as long as hard rains do not MORE >

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