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Heartland Half Marathon Finishing Results

September 3, 2016 It was another great marathon in Jasper Saturday morning as 633 participants took part in the 5th annual running of the Heartland Half Marathon that kicked off at 7:30 am and wound through the streets of Jasper. The number of registered participants was around 450, before surging to over 600 the day MORE >

Huntingburg Board of Works Meeting Notes

September 1, 2016   Tuesday night the Huntingburg Common Council heard an update from Tara Damin about the $1 million Community Crossings grant the city received from the Indiana Department of Transportation. This (Thursday) morning, Damin appeared at the Board of Public Works meeting and supplied details on exactly where the money will be spent MORE >

Parklands Plans Revealed

August 25, 2016 Parklands Plans Revealed   The City of Jasper purchased the former Jasper Country Club property in 2013. The purchase at the time was not without its naysayers. One of the biggest things that drew early criticism centered on the price. The city dipped into their Rainy Day Funds to the tune of MORE >

Olympic Gold Medalist Lilly King to Appear at Lincoln Amphitheater

August 24, 2016 It’s been confirmed that Olympic swimmer and gold medalist Lilly King of Evansville will join the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra in their performance at Lincoln Amphitheatre on Saturday, September 3rd. King just won two gold medals in Rio during the just completed 2016 Olympics. She will take the stage to Olympic fanfare and MORE >

Community Crossing Grants Fill Local Governments Pockets

August 24, 2016   Communities around the state of Indiana have a little more ‘jingle’ in their pockets this morning. It’s an infusion of cash into communities all across the state of Indiana that will help with road and infrastructure projects from INDOT funds. As promised by the state, this money was returned to local MORE >

Ferdinand Native Marvin Kemper Puts Replica Rifle Up For Auction

August 22, 2016 Indiana Bicentennial Brings Excitement in Local Stories Indiana’s celebrating 200 years and with it comes a lot of local stories throughout the state. One that resonates here in our area is the auctioning off the first authorized reproduction of the Indiana State Rifle. Around 1803 Colonel John Small, one of Indiana’s most MORE >

Greater Jasper Schools Could Use Dogs

August 23, 2016   In Monday night’s Greater Jasper School board of trustees meeting, board members listened while assistant principal of Jasper High School, Glenn Buechlein, and Social Worker Holly Hughes presented the concept of introducing comfort dogs into the schools and explained what the dogs can do and have done for other organizations like MORE >

Jasper Looking for Subjects in Vehicle Break-Ins

August 22, 2016   The Jasper Police Department investigated five vehicle break-ins in the Holy Family area on Sunday and are warning area residents to be aware of such incidents. A JPD report says that two male subjects with backpacks were seen on foot in the area and could be involved. Vehicle burglarized had valuables MORE >

Indiana State Police Looking to Hire Motor Carrier Inspectors

August 19, 2016   The Indiana State Police is now accepting applications for Motor Carrier Inspectors for positions at the Lowell Versailles District, and at the Putnamville Districts. The facilities are located on I-65 in Lowell, on I-74 in West Harrison, and on I-70 in Terre Haute. Inspectors enforce state and federal regulations pertaining to MORE >

Athena Award Goes to Connie Nass

August 19, 2016   The 2016 Athena Award went to Connie Nass in a celebration at the Huntingburg Event Center Thursday night. Among her accomplishments that put her at the top of the list, her time on the Huntingburg City Council, as Mayor of Huntingburg, and then as Indiana State Auditor. She also served on MORE >

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