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Ferdinand Town Council Meeting

December 10, 2015 Ferdinand Town Clerk Bev Schulthise reported to the Town Council last night that the Department of Local Government Finance has approved the 2015 budget.  She told the two council members in attendance, Deb Johnson and Ron Weyer that the approved amount came in around $10,000.00 less than what was expected.  The tax MORE >

Jasper Board of Works Rejects City Mill Wall Repair Bid

December 10, 2014 From the Dubois County Free Press: The Jasper Board of Public Works rejected a bid Tuesday morning to repair the City Mill due to the costs involved. The single bid to complete the repairs to the Mill wall, which collapsed in 2013, was from Kern Excavating in the amount of $162,599. VS MORE >

Battery Incident at Kimball Electronics

December 8, 2014 In an update to a story carried on Monday, the Jasper Police Department now says a male subject that was in an altercation Monday morning just after 6 am was chasing another man with a machete. An updated police report says that 37 year old Oscar Osmar Aleman of Jasper was arrested after he was MORE >

Airport Board Meeting

There are a lot of tasks to accomplish and a short amount of time in which to get them completed. That’s what Luke Reynolds’ message was to the airport board Monday night as he reviewed with the board the Airport Layout Plan, which must be approved by the FAA before construction can begin on the MORE >

St. Henry Fire Run

December 8, 2014 St. Henry Fire Department was dispatched to Hayes residence in the 10000 block of South 100 West Sunday at 7:35 pm, where firefighters found a Ford F250 truck fully engulfed in flames, with the fire threatening power lines. Fire Chief Steve Eckert says that Firefighters were able to put out the fire MORE >

Jasper Library Board Vets Three Sites

December 6, 2014 From the Dubois County Free Press: The Jasper Library board has a scheduled walk-through of the Hoosier Desk building this Saturday at 8 a.m. This comes after a 2 and a half hour meeting Thursday night of the board and representatives from Universal Design Associates on the three potential new library sites. MORE >

Stabbing Suspects Apprehended

Indiana State Police Public Information Officer Philip Hensley of the Jasper post reports that: Two suspects wanted for questioning for their involvement in an early morning home invasion and stabbing in West Baden Springs are now in custody after a vehicle pursuit on Interstate 65. Around 5:00 Thursday December 4th, officers attempted to stop Tanner Stickney, MORE >

Indiana State Police Looking for Two Stabbing Suspects

Jasper State Police Post Public Information Officer Philip Hensley is alerting the public that 2 men are being sought for an early morning stabbing that took place in West Baden Springs, injuring a couple in their home. The suspects are 20 year old Tanner Stickney and 21 year old Cody Lake. They are believed to MORE >

Last Piece of Steel Roller Coaster in Place at Holiday World

Santa Claus, Indiana — Christmas arrived early at Holiday World theme park Tuesday, as the 77th piece of bright orange steel track was lifted into place, completing the full circuit for Thunderbird, the park’s first major steel roller coaster. Holiday World’s Vice President of Development & Maintenance, James Olliver, credits a team of more than MORE >

Jasper Street Department Review

Jasper Street Commissioner Raymie Eckerle is reminding residents that next week they will finish collecting leaves in the city. Please have all leaves curbside the same day as trash pickup so that city equipment can get to them easily. Make sure there are no limbs, rocks or other debris in with the leaves, which can MORE >

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