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Big Projects Start Long List of Tasks in Huntingburg

Huntingburg Planning Director Paul Lake told the Huntingburg City Council Thursday night that “things are about to get really, really busy.” The Redevelopment projects he gave an update on represent the beginning of a long list of projects that will take several years to accomplish. The three projects that are starting within a few weeks are the MORE >

Jasper Arts Commission Board Meeting

The Jasper Arts Board meeting took place Tuesday afternoon in the council chambers at Jasper City Hall. Arts Director Kit Miracle announced that changes were made to the just approved performing arts series for the 2015-16 year. Miracle reports that the entire ‘Young Frankenstein’ tour was recently cancelled. On top of that, they were informed that John MORE >

Flash Flooding Affects Streams, Creeks and Roads in Area

Heavy Rains caused flash flooding in Dubois County as the area has received several inches of rain overnight into this (Tuesday) morning. Officials say that many streets and roads are covered by high water. Drivers are urged to avoid driving through water that is covering a road. Slow down and keep a greater distance between MORE >

School Schedules

EVSC students will begin their virtual, snow day make-up lessons Monday. Work will take place after school hours through Saturday and the assignments will be due the following Monday on April 13. The virtual option was chosen by the school board as the method for recovering learning time lost from four snow days not already MORE >

Water Rescue on I-64 by Ferdinand Fire Department

A dramatic rescue took place in high water this (Friday) morning after two semis got caught in high water on I-64 westbound at the 67.5 mile maker this morning during the 6 am hour. Ferdinand Fire Chief Dan Lindauer says his department was called out to assist in a rescue of one of the drivers MORE >

Dubois Strong Says Right Kind of Housing Lacking

From the Dubois County Free Press: Ed Cole, Executive Director of Dubois Strong, informed the Dubois County Council in Monday night’s meeting that the housing study they commissioned has revealed that there is no lack of available housing in Dubois County. Instead, what housing is available is the wrong type. Cole says, “They told us MORE >

Bennett Named President and CEO of Memorial Hospital

From the Dubois County Free Press: Kyle Bennett has been named president and chief executive officer of Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center. The change in leadership took effect today. (April 1st). Bennett first began at Memorial Hospital in 1997 serving as vice president of finance. In January 2013 he was named executive vice president MORE >

Dubois County Law Enforcement Get Radio Upgrades

During the Monday evening Dubois County Council meeting, the council approved $4,000 to upgrade radios to the 800 MHz system for the Dubois County 911 Communications Center and $7,000 for the Dubois County Sheriff’s Department. The state police departments and Jasper Police Department have already began using the 800 MHz system and the county cannot MORE >

Ferdinand Town Council Makes Choices for Phosphorus Project

Ferdinand Town Manager Chris James reports on a special meeting held by the Ferdinand Town Council last night on the issue of acquisition of land for phosphorus drying beds. James told WITZ News that they were looking at three different sites and that their preferred site fell through last night: James said the council decided MORE >

Dubois County Council Appropriates Money to Highway Department

During Monday afternoon’s Dubois County Council Meeting, Council President Greg Kendall pushed back against a recent letter to the editor that took the council to task for not allocating enough money to the Highway Department to maintain county roads. Kendall could not be more adamant about truth of the matter, saying that in 2014 alone the Council MORE >

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