Local News: Friday, November 10, 2017

Former Huntingburg Resident Charged With Child Molesting 

HUNTINGBURG — A former Huntingburg resident, already serving 36 years in prison for child molesting in Gibson County, is back here in Dubois County facing similar charges.

47-year-old Timothy Schieve was transferred to the security center in Jasper on Wednesday.

He’s held on two felony warrants for child molesting and two for incest; also a felony.

Schieve is accused of molesting a young victim in his Huntingburg home for 4 years, beginning in 2010.

He was sentenced to 36 years in a separate case just 9 days ago.

He made an initial appearance in Dubois County court yesterday.

He’s being held without bond.


Grand Jury Indicts Daviess Co. Teen for Murder

DAVIESS CO. — A grand jury in neighboring Daviess County has handed down a murder indictment against 18-year-old Robert Garner Wednesday.

He’s charged with murder and DUI stemming from an accident back in September that killed 21-year-old Cody Glover on Highway 60 and 231N.

Glover was a passenger in Garner’s car when it went airborne and flipped into a body of water.

Glover drowned.

Police say Garner was drunk and under the influence of PCP when the crash happened.

He’ll be arraigned in a Daviess County court on November 17th.


Waste Management Process Center Closed Tuesday

DUBOIS CO. — The Dubois County Solid Waste Management District Process Center will be closed on Tuesday, November 14 for staff training.

We apologize for any inconvenience and will be open regular hours of 8 am to 1 pm the rest of the week.

For more information about the Process Center, residents may visit the SWMD web page at www.duboiscountyrecycles.org, visit the SWMD Facebook page, or call 812-482-7865.


Gov Talk Jobs at Jasper Chamber’s Annual Meeting

JASPER — Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb laid out his administration’s Next Level agenda for next year when he spoke yesterday at the Jasper Chamber of Commerce annual meeting.

That agenda, building a strong, diverse workforce for the future.

The governor was the keynote speaker for the chamber meeting.

It was a record – breaking meeting this year with around 350 reservations.

John Seng was honored with the President’s Community Excellence Award.

The Jasper High School graduate earned his degree in Finance from the Indiana University of School of Business.

He’s been employed by Forest Products MFG in Jasper since graduation.

Seng is married to his wife Sandy Merkley and they have 4 sons.





























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