Local News: Wednesday, October 25, 2017

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Superior Ag Donates to Bread of Life Ministry

LYNNVILLE — Superior Ag delivered a check yesterday to the Bread of Life Ministry in Lynnville.

The company, joining the Land O’Lakes Foundation, in making the donation.

Together, the two companies have raised $12,000 in donations, matched by local cooperatives to enhance the quality of life for those in need.

In a statement, the company said members of the Bread of Life Ministry were holding back tears yesterday as they accepted the donation.

Students Return to School After Threat

TELL CITY — Students in Tell City and Troy Township went back to school yesterday with extra police presence inside and outside of the schools.

Schools there were closed Monday after threats made toward the school system surfaced on social media.

Police say the threats came from outside of the country.

Homeland Security and the United States Secret Service are now overseeing the investigation.


Woman Arrested For Vandalism at Buehler Plaza

JASPER — A Jasper woman was arrested yesterday after admitting to vandalizing the women’s restroom at Buehler Plaza.

Police say they had issues with 21-year-old Chelsea Pate the night before in the same location.

This time, police say Pate damaged a soap dispenser and vandalized the walls inside of the bathroom.

Police found Pate under the 3rd Street Bridge.  That’s when police say she admitted to the crime.

Police also found a bag of paraphernalia on Pate.

She’s charged with criminal mischief and possession of paraphernalia.


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