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Early Voting Numbers in Indiana are High

April 20, 2016 With record early-voting numbers already reached, Indiana election officials don’t expect the momentum to let up ahead of the state’s May 3 primary election. About 31,000 people had cast ballots in-person as of Monday since early voting began April 5, according to the Indiana Secretary of State’s Office. That’s nearly double the MORE >

Beaver Lake Levels Back to Normal

April 20, 2016   Several weeks ago, Jasper Utility General Manager Bud Hauersperger reported in a USB meeting that the Beaver Lake level was just a few inches short of going over the new spillway. That’s no longer the case.  The water is flowing now, and reports are that all is back to normal. WITZ MORE >

NE Dubois School Superintendent Bill Hochgesang Calls for Referendum

April 20, 2016 During Tuesday night’s Northeast Dubois School Board meeting, Superintendent Bill Hochgesang read a letter concerning the call for a referendum in November’s election to raise taxes in the school district to help with the ailing school system’s finances. The transcribed letter says: “In May, I will be recommending to the Northeast School MORE >

Northeast Dubois Hears Coach Bullying Charge from Parent

April 20, 2016   The Northeast Dubois School board in Tuesday night’s meeting heard from a parent alleging that one of the school’s coaches has bullied her student-athlete daughter by having a volleyball “thrown off of her, deliberately by the coach on three different occasions.” The parent, Marsha Archer, claimed that her daughter, who is MORE >

Dubois and Hamilton Counties Lowest Unemployment Rates in State for March

April 19, 2016   The Indiana Department of Workforce reported county unemployment rates for March yesterday around Noon. The report shows that Dubois and Hamilton Counties are tied for the lowest rate in the state at 3.9 percent. Other counties we follow include: Daviess at 4.3 Warrick at 4.8 Spencer at 5 Martin at 5.1 MORE >

Four Troopers Honored from Jasper District

April 19, 2016   Four Indiana State Troopers from the Jasper District were honored at an awards ceremony at the Indiana Government Center. Troopers Michael Allen, Brock Werne, Stephen Sexton, and Jeremy Galloway were presented awards for their service to the State of Indiana. Trooper Michael Allen was awarded the Bronze Star and a Combat MORE >

Jasper Utility Service Board from April 18th

April 19, 2016   The Dubois County Free Press reports that Tim Doersam will replace Ernie Hinkle as the new Water & Gas Manager in Jasper. Doersam was approved by the Jasper Utility Service Board Monday night on Mayor Terry Seitz’ recommendation. Doersam is assistant manager until Hinkle officially retires May 31. Doersam said, “I MORE >

Pence Honors 25 Indiana Companies for Longevity in the State

April 18, 2016   Monday, Governor Mike Pence honored 25 Indiana companies with the Governor’s Century or Half Century Business Award, recognizing each company for its longevity and service to its employees, community and the state. Governor Pence said, “Their longevity sets a standard for excellence and has laid a foundation for each and every MORE >

Accident Injures Eight Saturday Night in Jasper

April 18, 2016   Officer with Jasper Police investigated a two vehicle accident Saturday night around 10:15 pm, where eight people were injured, some going to Memorial Hospital for treatment. A Jasper Police report says 73 year old Rebecca Altmeyer of Stendal was westbound on 12th Avenue in a 1995 Ford Taurus, when she ran MORE >

Ball State Rejects Charter School Application for Otwell

April 15, 2016   Bob Rhodes, Vice-President of Friends of Otwell, the group that is trying to get a charter school placed in Otwell reported today that Ball State University has rejected their application for a charter school. But, Rhodes also said that the re-application has already begun. Hopes were high that the application would MORE >

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