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Local Woman Crashes Car Through Closed Road Gates

Shannon Stuckey, a local woman, has been arrested on OWI Endangerment charges after she was found to have had an accident and leaving the scene, along with driving through gates set up on Old Huntingburg Road to keep people from going into high water. Dubois County Sheriff Deputies report that they got a call Thursday MORE >

Operation Big Brother Defendants Sentenced

While Operation Double Trouble has been grabbing all of the attention lately, two defendants from Operation Big Brother last year are being sentenced for their roles in drug related crimes last year. Chief Deputy Prosecutor Beth Sermersheim reports that 25 year old Tasha Freeman of Huntingburg was sentenced to 10 years, 7 in the Indiana MORE >

Huntingburg City Council Meeting

06-26-15 Each major city or town needs an emergency call system for utility customers to place calls about emergency problems with water, gas, electric or other issues. The city of Huntingburg is upgrading their system through Matrix Integration and the roll-out is set for Monday. That message was delivered to the Huntingburg City Council during last MORE >

Huntingburg Native Named Purdue Dean of Students

Katie Sermersheim has been named Purdue’s Dean of Students, it was announced Thursday morning in a news release from Purdue University. Sermersheim is a native of Huntingburg and a 1985 graduate of Southridge High School. The press release says that Sermersheim will serve as an advocate for student issues and concerns institutionally. We asked Sermersheim in MORE >

Dubois FD Run

Public Information Officer Zach Eichmiller with the Dubois Fire Department reports that his department was called out Wednesday night around 8:30 on a structure fire at the John Baker, Jr., residence – address not given. Baker told firefighters that he was working in the garage when he saw smoke coming through the ceiling from the MORE >

Law Enforcement Agencies Hot on Drug Dealers Tracks

Dubois County law enforcement agencies continue to be at the forefront of fighting illegal drug activity in the area. The announcement on Wednesday of the arrests of local residents on drug charges signals that county law enforcement officials won’t back down on seeking out those involved in the manufacture and sale of illegal substances. Of MORE >

Ferdinand 175th Tries to Dodge Bad Weather

With bad weather through Friday night, the organizers of the Ferdinand 175th Celebration could only hope for better through the rest of the weekend. Rain and storms forced organizers to move some outdoor events inside and move others to later times to stay one step ahead of the rain drops. That strategy seemed to work MORE >

Portions of 25 Jasper Roads Closed Starting June 22nd

The Jasper Street Department, along with a private contractor, will be applying road preservation materials on several city streets starting on Monday, June 22nd. Weather permitting, portions of 25 city streets will be affected for one to two days, including overnights to allow materials to set-up. The work is expected to last through the end MORE >

Otwell Citizens Speak Out on Otwell Elementary Closing

It was an emotional issue that brought the residents of Otwell and surrounding communities together to discuss the closing of the Otwell Elementary School. The packed meeting at the Otwell Community Center Thursday night at 7 pm came after Pike County School Corporation board voted to close Otwell Elementary after the 2015-16 school year. The citizens wanted to know MORE >

Police Activity Report

26 year old Sarah Hayes of Dubois was charged with OWI and Texting While Driving Wednesday night just before 11 pm, after her 2000 Pontiac ran off of the east side of Newton Street in the 2100 block and struck a utility pole owned by the City of Jasper. Hayes not only admitted to texting MORE >

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