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Huntingburg Police Department Moves to Newly-Renovated Facility

June 21, 2016   Huntingburg, Ind. – Effective immediately, the Huntingburg Police Department will operate out of the newly-renovated facility, located at 503 E 1st Street in Huntingburg. The plans for the renovations to the Police Headquarters were started back in August of 2011, while then Police Chief Ron Drew was still in the position. The MORE >

County Unemployment Numbers Released for May

June 20, 2016   The Indiana Department of Workforce Development has released the unemployment numbers for May and they show that Dubois and Hamilton counties are tied for the lowest unemployment rate in the state at 3.1 percent. Other counties we follow: Daviess at 3.4 Spencer at 3.8 Martin at 4 Warrick at 4.1 Pike MORE >

Discrimination Clause in Resolution Causes Divide in Huntingburg Council

June 15, 2016 From the Dubois County Free Press: A resolution tied to a Presidential Executive Order and federal highway funding for a Huntingburg program led to a split vote by the Huntingburg Common Council on Tuesday. Based on Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the resolution is a necessary component for the city to MORE >

Boyles Named New Executive Director for DCCF

June 17, 2016 From the Dubois County Free Press: The Dubois County Community Foundation Board of Directors announced Friday that Clayton Boyles is the Foundation’s new executive director. In addition, Nona Baker has been promoted to Associate Director. “Following a comprehensive search process, we are thrilled to welcome Clayton back to our Foundation as our MORE >

Network Indiana Reports on Job Losses in Elkhart

June 10, 2016   Coming on the heels of President Obama’s visit to Elkhart to promote an economic recovery both there and in around the nation comes this report: More than a century-old automotive manufacturer is closing its doors in Elkhart. CTS Corporation will relocate its operations to Mexico and Asia, leaving more than 230 MORE >

Huntingburg Chamber of Commerce Luncheon

June 10, 2016 The annual Huntingburg Chamber of Commerce luncheon was held Thursday during the Noon hour at the Huntingburg Event Center. This was the first event for the new Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Sara Schroeder. She says she was proud of the over 100 chamber members who attended the luncheon: Schroeder comes into the position MORE >

Jasper Library Board Approves Seeking Bond for Library

June 10, 2016 From the Dubois County Free Press: The Jasper Library Board approved a resolution Thursday night to proceed with seeking a bond to pay for the construction of a new library on the Hoosier Desk property. The referendum question as it will appear on the November ballot must be approved by the Department MORE >

Jasper Engines Announces Scholarship Winners

June 9, 2016   Jasper Engines and Transmissions has announced the winners of its annual scholarship program. Applicants must be dependent children of full-time JASPER Associates. The recipients include: Chase Bland graduate from Southridge High. Mallory Dale is a graduate of Forest Park. Luke Durcholz is a graduate of Southridge High. Trevor Goeppner is a MORE >

DC Highway to Close Major County Road Thursday and Friday Mornings

June 8, 2016   Big road project alert here: Superintendent Steve Berg called WITZ News this (Wednesday) morning and reports that a major road closing will take place this week due to road work:   This is the street that many people use to access Ireland Elementary School.  He says the closure will be from MORE >

Miss Indiana Scholarship Pageant includes Jasper Teen

June 8, 2016   Starting next week, the Miss Indiana Scholarship Pageant will be celebrating Indiana’s Bicentennial! And beginning this coming Sunday, June 12th, 61outstanding young women from all over Indiana will gather in Zionsville to begin competition for more than $38 thousand in scholarships and the titles of Miss Indiana and Miss Indiana’s Outstanding Teen MORE >

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