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County Road Projects Continue

June 27, 2016   The Dubois County Highway Department remains busy with road projects. According to Steve Berg, Superintendent, they’ve finished some, and are awaiting to start others. We go this update from him right before Noon today:   Calcar is the paving contractor that has won bids on specific asphalt projects. Berg tells us MORE >

Pence Announcement on Thursday in Henderson

June 27, 2016   The big announcement on Thursday by Indiana Governor Mike Pence is expected to be about the I-69 Bridge that will span the Ohio River and connect I-69 in Henderson to I-69 in Evansville. That has local officials talking about the bridge project, which is much needed. The Southwest Indiana Chamber of MORE >

More Strong Economic News for Indiana

June 27, 2016   Several stories last week underscore the positive path that Indiana is on in efforts to increase economic activity and continue to make the state one of the best in the nation. The impact of small businesses on the Hoosier economy was touted during Entrepreneurship Week last week. Lt. Governor Eric Holcomb MORE >

Jasper Rotary Club Announces Seven Finalists for Athena Award

June 24, 2016   JASPER, IN – The Rotary Club of Jasper, hosting its fifth annual ATHENA International Leadership Award ® presentation in Dubois County, has announced this year’s seven finalists. They include: Elaine Brames, Brenda Buehler, Jessica DeLorenzo, Betty Jenkins, Vickie Lewis, Tracy Lorey, and Connie Nass. The event will be held at the MORE >

Attorney for Wrong Way Driver Files Motion to Dismiss One Charge

June 24, 2016   14 WFIE News is set to report that there’s been activity in the wrong way driver death case in Pike County that took the life of 3 people, including a woman and her unborn baby. The accident happened in February after police say 48 year old Brian Paquette entered the median MORE >

More from Crane Visit on June 22, 2016

June 23, 2016 Wednesday Secretary of Defense Ash Carter toured Crane and said, “Crane has a bright future.” There are two tenants on the base, the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division and the Crane Army Ammunition Activity. Both are involved in high-tech weaponry development for all arms of the military. Scientists and engineers alike MORE >

Secretary of Defense Visits Crane Base

June 23, 2016   It was a monumental event for NSWC Crane Naval Warfare Center on Wednesday on two fronts. First, the base celebrated 75 years of developing weapons in support of our defense forces around the world. Second, this was the first time in its history that the base has been visited by a MORE >

Jasper Council Slows Downtown Square Redevelopment Project

June 23, 2016   From the Dubois County Free Press: The Jasper Common Council decided to slow the Courthouse Square Redevelopment Project down a bit at Wednesday’s regular meeting. A snag appeared as Councilman John Bell, who also serves as the president of the Jasper Redevelopment Commission, reviewed a portion of an ordinance that would allocate MORE >

Jasper Rocks

June 22, 2016 Little yellow smiley face rocks have been popping up all over town.  They’re the makings of a group that’s calling themselves “Jasper Rocks”.  The rocks are painted yellow. The front has a smiley face and the back has #Jasper Rocks.   WITZ News reached out to the group via social media. They say MORE >

Northeast Dubois School Board Meeting

June 22, 2016 The Northeast Dubois School Board met for their monthly meeting Tuesday night. Nothing has changed with the financial picture of the school system since the board voted to pursue a referendum to raise property taxes in the four townships in the northeast part of Dubois County: Harbison, Columbia, Marion and Hall. The MORE >

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