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Holiday World Set to Hire For Upcoming Season

February 1, 2016 SANTA CLAUS, IND.—–Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari officials expect to receive a record number of job applications as they prepare to fill 2,200 seasonal positions in the coming weeks. “We’re looking for friendly and energetic individuals who want to help families enjoy their vacations with us,” says Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari President MORE >

Update with Sue Ellspermann

February 1, 2016 Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann stopped by WITZ on Friday and took the time to give us an update on legislative activities in Indianapolis. We asked her about the Roads and Bridges funding going through the General Assembly right now. She says that Governor Pence doesn’t want to raise taxes for infrastructure but MORE >

Janet Sullivan, 80, of Jasper

A celebration of life open house for 80 year old Janet Sullivan of Jasper, formerly of New Albany, will be held next Saturday, February 6, at Noon at Sam’s at Plantation Montrose in Clarksville, IN. A memorial service will begin at 2:30 that afternoon. Becher Kluesner is in charge of all arrangements.

Avian Flu Update January 29

January 29, 2016 An Avian Flu update from the Board of Animal Health in Indiana shows that there have been no new positive tests for the flu since January 16th. Depopulation efforts on all ten premises has been completed and decontamination, cleaning and disposal processes are continuing on all sites. Turkeys were composted in the MORE >

Catholic Schools Week Begins Saturday

January 29, 2016 Catholic Schools Week is held Saturday, January 30th, through Saturday, February 6th. Holy Trinity is a big part of the Jasper Community and the week is set aside to celebrate the contribution to our community that the school has in the lives of students and family. WITZ’s Gene Kuntz interviewed Principal Sally MORE >

Dubois County Council Grapples With Funding

They want to give pay increases, but at the same time, the Dubois County Council acknowledges that it might not be possible because of the lower amounts of money flowing into the county General Fund. The problem is that with property tax caps and other lower revenues, the county gets less money with which to MORE >

Ward Exits Dubois County Community Foundation

January 27, 2016 The Dubois County Community foundation announced today (Wednesday) that CEO Brad Ward has resigned to take another position as Director of Community Philanthropy with the Council on Foundations based in Washington, D.C. Foundation board president Pat Miller says, “Brad has gained a national reputation in the community foundation field. This is a MORE >

Huntingburg City Council Passes Solar Park Ordinance

January 27, 2016 In Tuesday night’s Huntingburg Common Council meeting, the council passed Ordinance 2016-05 that changes the zoning on 11.02 acres of land on the west side of Huntingburg to allow for the construction of a solar park that will provide electricity through Indiana Municipal Power Agency. Several Huntingburg residents had already appeared before MORE >

Two New Jasper Police Officers Join the Force

January 26,2016 The City of Jasper swore in two new officers Tuesday morning. Kaleb Chambers, 23, and Aaron Schmitt, 22, will head off to the Southwest Indiana Law Enforcement Academy after conducting their agility and physical testing this week. The two will graduate from the academy May 27. Kaleb’s father is retired Jasper Det. Sgt. MORE >

Schuetter Announces He Won’t Pursue Legal Remedy

January 26, 2016 Democrat challenger Wayne Schuetter for Jasper Mayor announced in a press conference this (Tuesday) morning that he will not pursue further legal recourse in contesting the outcome of the Jasper Mayoral Race from the November 3rd election last fall. Schuetter said in a statement to the media this morning that he was MORE >

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