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Pediatric Flu Clinics Start on Wednesday

Dubois County Health Department Administrative Director, Donna Oeding, reports that pediatric seasonal flu vaccine clinics will begin on Wednesday. Immunizations will be provided on a walk-in basis with no appointment necessary at the Health Department at 1187 South St. Charles Street in Jasper. Hours are 8 am to 11 am, and again 1 until 3 MORE >

New Dubois County Corrections Director Takes Job in Stride

After the Dubois County Council meeting Monday evening, WITZ News spoke with new Corrections Director William Wells on the topic of his first few weeks on the job. We asked how it was going so far: Wells moved from the Director of the Drug Court program to the Director of the entire Corrections Department after the Community MORE >

Tri-CAP Gets and Needs Support from Community

Last Thursday (September 24th) Tri-CAP held their grand opening out-of-doors at their newly renovated facility at 607 Third Avenue in Jasper. WITZ News was there and captured the opening statements by Joyce Fleck, the head of Tri-CAP. She told how the project was brought about and what it took to get here:   Fleck says MORE >

Lights of Hope Keeps Fight Against Cancer Going

Lights of Hope is a nationwide campaign for cancer research and the organization will have representatives in Washington, D.C. to help raise awareness of the need for further funding for cancer research. We speak with Roger Downey of the local American Cancer Society and Cancer Action Network, who tells us what this is all about MORE >

Jasper Street Projects Still Going Strong

Jasper Street Commissioner Raymie Eckerle reports that street projects are still going strong. Raymie told WITZ News this morning that due to the heavy rains in the spring, work has been delayed on the streets, which is forcing them to scramble to get things done by the time cold weather sets in.   He says MORE >

Police Activity Report

The Daviess County Sheriff Department reports one driver died in a two car accident on Sunday at 3:25 pm on SR 257. The report says that two vehicles, one going north bound, and a second going southbound, struck head-on after a van went left of center and struck a Honda. Terry Baker and Michael Thompson, MORE >

Weekend Marching Band Activities

In weekend marching band contests, Jasper finished 2nd at Avon High School in Class B behind Northview.  Jasper also picked up best music and best general effect. Southridge marched in two contests on Saturday. In Class C at Castle High School, Southridge picked up first place with best showings for music, visual, general effect. In MORE >

Huntingburg City Council Meeting

From the Dubois County Free Press: Huntingburg residents will be able to view and comment on plans for the railroad overpass project at a public meeting in October. On October 1, preliminary plans and environmental impact documents for the overpass will be available at the City Hall for interested residents. Then, on Thursday, October 15, the City MORE >

Second Man Dies from Injuries in UTV Accident North of Ferdinand

The Dubois County Herald is reporting that the second occupant of the UTV that crashed last week just north of Ferdinand has now died from his injuries. Edgar V. Ebert, 74, of Ferdinand, died at 6:43 p.m. Thursday night at St. Mary’s Medical Center in Evansville from injuries suffered in the Sept. 17 accident, according MORE >

Tri-Cap Opens Renovated Facility

607 East Third Avenue in Jasper is now completely owned by Tri-Cap.  The entire facility was purchased and renovated by the organization to fill the need for additional programs. Tri-Cap Director Joyce Fleck says that the move saves them money, because they no longer pay rent, saving them roughly $90,000.00 per year. She also told MORE >

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