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Local Woman Struck and Injured in Jasper

July 9, 2016 60 year old Nancy Baer of Jasper was struck by a car on north Newton Street early this (Saturday) morning at around 3:30 am. Officers with Jasper Police Department were dispatched to the area of 32nd Street and Newton on the report of 22 year old Darrin Dupont of Huntingburg going northbound, MORE >

Links to Jasper Downtown Redevelopment Listed

July 8, 2016   WITZ News has created a webpage just for links on the Jasper Downtown Redevelopment project to help understand what the project is about and clarify what it would affect. Click on this link to get to the page.

Debit Card Skimming Causing Problems in Paoli

July 8, 2016 From WLKY News in Louisville: PAOLI, Ind. — A card skimming device is being blamed for a debit card hack that has affected hundreds of customers in a small Indiana community. Authorities in Paoli are asking people not use their plastic in fear the situation could get even worse. At the Hoosier MORE >

Downtown Jasper Redevelopment Plans Take Shape (Series)

July 8, 2016   A meeting was held on Wednesday morning for a few merchants in downtown Jasper. The purpose for the meeting was to explain the reasons for and the ideas behind the downtown Jasper redevelopment plans. Much has been made of the potential cost of the project, in the amount of as high MORE >

Executive Director of Huntingburg Chamber Going Strong

July 7, 2016   Sara Schroeder was named Executive Director of the Huntingburg Chamber of Commerce in February and ever since it’s been a whirlwind of activities for her. She spoke with us after being on ‘live at 7:05’ with Gary Lee and told us:   Schroeder is trying to update the Chamber website, but MORE >

Southeast Dubois School Board Meeting

July 7, 2016   The Southeast Dubois School board met with just enough members to have a quorum to conduct business Wednesday night. The board members missing included Brian Partenheimer and Elaine Miller. In spite of that, the board passed normal monthly items brought to them from the agenda including professional leaves, field trips, resignations MORE >

Hacking Claims Are False

July 6, 2016 Springs Valley Bank sent out a press release on Tuesday (July 5) that states that Springs Valley Bank has not been hacked, in spite of social media messages saying otherwise. The bank is reaching out to say that the rumor is false and their system is as strong as ever, as they use stringent MORE >

Jasper Arts Board Meeting

July 6, 2016   The Jasper Arts Board listened to an update from City Attorney Renee Kabrick on the proposed Jasper Cultural Center during Tuesday night’s meeting. Kabrick said that Library Director Christine Golden and Arts Director Kit Miracle will meet with Barry Alberts of City Properties on Thursday. The purpose is to look at MORE >

Former Mayor Chick Alles Passes Away

July 5, 2016   One of the most outstanding Mayors in the history of Jasper has passed away. 90 year old Jerome “Chick” Alles passed away Saturday at Memorial Hospital. Chick, as he was affectionately known, was Mayor from January 1st of 1980 to December 31st, 1991.   He accomplished a great many big projects MORE >

4-H Fair Volunteers Needed

July 6, 2016 Volunteers are needed for the upcoming Dubois County 4-H Fair which is from July 19th – 23rd. The Purdue Extension Office in Dubois County is requesting volunteers to assist with activities starting on July 15th up until July 24th. Volunteers are most needed to serve as project security during open exhibit hall hours and to MORE >

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