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TRI-CAP Efforts Move Housing Efforts Forward in Dubois County

TRI-CAP provided the key role of the local Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) for the Miller Valentine Group’s successful application for housing tax credits needed to develop a portion of the former JOFCO building into approximately 67 units of workforce housing. Executive Director Joyce Fleck says, “We appreciate the commitment from Miller Valentine and the MORE >

Dale Man Arrested for Stealing Medications from Home in Tell City

From the Perry County News: TELL CITY – 32 year old Torrey Hanke of Dale, faces one count each of theft and illegal possession of a controlled substance – both Class A misdemeanors – after he was arrested in Tell City Wednesday for allegedly taking prescription pain killers from a residence. Hanke was apparently employed MORE >

Shooting in Paoli Wednesday Morning UPDATED

UPDATED: Paoli Shooting Victims Identified One man is dead and another injured in a shooting in Paoli Wednesday morning. State Police have now identified 48 year old Michael Kilpatrick of North Carolina as deceased after he shot himself, while being pursued by Paoli Police after he shot another man, and shot at another, who was MORE >

Dubois County Council Appropriates Money to St. Joe Hospital Project

From the Dubois County Free Press: With little discussion last night, the Dubois County Council approved advertising $100,000 of EDIT funds towards the senior housing project at the St. Joe’s Hospital site in Huntingburg. The vote was six affirmative votes and one abstention – Councilwoman Becky Beckman abstained from voting due to her employment with MORE >

Greater Jasper School Board Meeting

The ISTEP testing situation isn’t getting better.  In fact, it’s more confusing than ever.  That’s the message delivered at the Jasper School Board meeting last night from curriculum director, Kim Strobel and superintendent Dr. Tracey Lorey. During Strobel’s presentation, she told the board that the proposed plan to reduce the time to take the tests MORE >

Storm Water Board Scraps Selected Wages

From the Dubois County Free Press: The Jasper Storm Water Board decided to discard the wage committee hearing’s selection of wages for a stormwater project on Worrel Drive and hold a new hearing due to an injunction filed by the union. After a wage committee decided to go with the wages presented by the non-union MORE >

Call Out For Holiday World Entertainers

In a welcomed sign that Spring isn’t too far off, Paula Werne with Holiday World says that: Local auditions for Holiday World’s 2015 cast of entertainers are scheduled for next month at the theme park. The 2015 musical entertainment lineup at Holiday World includes the following: Live Country Band EPIC Praise Worlds of Wonder Legacy MORE >

Fight Over State Superintendent of Public Instruction Heats Up

One day after hundreds of teachers rallied in support of State Superintendent Glenda Ritz, the Senate passed a bill that would remove her as chair of the State Board of Education. Some Republicans crossed over and voted against the bill (SB 1), but it was still approved overwhelmingly 33-to-17 to send it to the full MORE >

Jasper Utility Service Board Meeting

The Beaver Lake spillway project is on hold until a lawsuit against the city of Jasper is settled. The lawsuit was filed on January 23rd by a union trade group alleges that the wrong wages were chosen for the wastewater project based on the evidence submitted. The city approved adjusting the spillway to increase the MORE >

Lawsuit Against Jasper Holds Up Stormwater Project

From the Dubois County Free Press: A stormwater project in Jasper has drawn the ire of a building trades group after a wage determination hearing in January established non-union wages for the project. The Southwest Indiana Building and Construction Trades Council and Jasper residents Matt Leinenbach and Mark Clery filed an injunction on January 23 based MORE >

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