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Dubois County Council Meeting

From the Dubois County Free Press: Dubois Strong is going to create a new nonprofit organization called Grow Dubois County to funnel public money to priority projects it identified earlier this year when it requested additional funding from the county council. Dubois Strong legal counselor Bill Kaiser was at the meeting Monday night and said MORE >

Jasper School Board Meeting

Schools have their work cut out for them in getting students ready for the ISTEP testing next Spring. Especially since they are just now getting the new standards in place from the state board of education. That was just one of the messages delivered in the Greater Jasper School board meeting Monday night. Curriculum Director Kim Strobel MORE >

Police Activity Report

A Jasper driver was charged with Unsafe Lane Movement Sunday at 4:50 pm after he drove into the side of another vehicle on Newton Street in Jasper. 58 year old Ronnie Sorgius of Jasper was northbound on Newton Street just before 6th Street in a 2006 Ford F250 pickup truck when he attempted to change MORE >

Weekend Marching Band Competition

Results from this past weekend’s high school marching bands serve as a gauge to where bands are with their programs, especially compared to other bands, as the ISSMA semi state looms large this coming weekend. At the Contest of Champions in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Jasper finished 2nd among bands from Tennessee and Kentucky. Jasper garnered 86.35 MORE >

Pay Raises for Jasper City Council Members Clarified

The Dubois County Free Press is reporting that: Jasper City Council members haven’t had a raise in 7 years.  The clarification comes after it was announced this week that elected council members voted for an annual pay increase for themselves by $1,000 from $5,500.00 to $6,500.00 beginning January 1st. The council’s last pay increase was MORE >

Huntingburg Common Council Hears Stellar Activities

The Dubois County Free Press is reporting that the continuing process of implementing the Stellar Community designation in Huntingburg has started in earnest, as the common council heard in Thursday night’s meeting. On Wednesday, Huntingburg Mayor Denny Spinner, planning director Paul Lake, Communications and Community Development director Rachel Steckler, Indiana 15 Regional Planning executive director MORE >

Dubois County Owns Lowest Unemployment Rate in State

The unemployment rate in Dubois County was at 3.4 percent in September, according to the Department of Workforce Development. In August it was at 3.7 percent.  Since January the Unemployment rate in Dubois County has declined from a high of 4.9 percent in February. And, while the numbers continue to drop, the problem that follows MORE >

Jasper Common Council Votes Themselves a Pay Raise

The Jasper Common Council approved pay raises for the city employees and themselves in Wednesday night’s council meeting. The Utility Department and civil city employees get a 2 percent raise for salaried and .15 per hour increase for part time. The 2 percent also extends to elected officials including the Mayor and Clerk Treasurer. Council members get MORE >

Speed a Factor in Single Vehicle Accident

Deputies with Dubois County Sheriff Department are investigating a single vehicle accident this (Wednesday, October 22) morning on CR 400 South and 130 West at 12:25 am. Deputies were initially told that the vehicle flipped several times. But, the report says 18 year old Austin Zehr of Huntingburg was eastbound on 400 South when he MORE >

Scooter Accident in Birdseye Sends Man to Hospital

A serious scooter accident in Birdseye Tuesday at 6:12 pm sent 23 year old Zachary Russell of Birdseye to St. Mary’s Hospital in Evansville via LifeFlight after he sustained head and leg injuries in the crash. A Dubois County Sheriff Department report says that Russell was westbound on SR 64 on a scooter when he MORE >

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