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The Jasper City Council handled several ordinances during Wednesday night’s meeting. First readings were passed by the council unanimously for: Appropriations for the 2014 budget (Ord 2014-14) Appropriations for the 2015 budget (Ord 2014-15) Advertised tax rate for the 2015 budget. .9630 cents per $100 of assessed valuation based on a total assessed value of $729,000,000. MORE >
One of the final items addressed in the Jasper City Council meeting Wednesday night turned what was an otherwise uneventful meeting into a vigorous exchange of ideas. Council members Randy Buchta and Kevin Manley asked the Mayor and City Attorney Renee Kabrick about the Redevelopment Commissions ongoing role in the ownership and management of the Parklands property. MORE >
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Senator Dan Coats contacted WITZ News on Tuesday to talk about current issues facing our nation. One of the most troubling is the crisis in Ferguson, Missouri. Coats says he wants to see local efforts prevail in solving the problem: Coats also addresses the good economic news in Indiana, but with some frustration as he MORE >
The Northeast Dubois School Board met Tuesday night. Superintendent Bill Hochgesang says that the school year has begun well: We asked if he was pleased with the new teachers and staff on board for this year: Hochgesang says that they got all of their summer facilities projects completed before school started: The high school office and entry MORE >
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Indianapolis: The 46 newest members of the Indiana State Police received their patrol cars this morning in Indianapolis, signifying the end of their initial training and the beginning of their careers in solo patrol. The 73rd Recruit Academy graduated on May 14, 2014 after completing approximately 917 hours of structured training at the Indiana Law MORE >
The Utility Service Board is examining fiber optic network services to all of Jasper. In many of the larger metropolitan areas, fiber optic Internet connections are the norm. They provide the fastest access to the Internet possible for businesses and consumers. There’s only limited fiber access to larger corporations, including some in Jasper. But, the MORE >
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NEW ALBANY, Ind. —The teenager who admitted to starting a fire in New Albany that killed three children was given the maximum sentence this (Monday) morning. Cody Cashion, who was 18 at the time of the incident, was sentenced to 65 years for count 1 of murder, 65 years for count 2 of murder, 65 MORE >