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Two Dubois County Businessmen Inducted into Business Hall of Fame

HUNTINGBURG –Bingham GreenBaum Doll, LLP and Junior Achievement of Southwestern Indiana inducted two Dubois County businessmen into the Dubois County Business Hall of Fame during a breakfast ceremony at the Huntingburg Event Center, Thursday. Robert “Hank” Menke, president of OFS Brands and Gervase Schwenk, former CFO of Jasper Engines, were recognized for their contributions to MORE >

HEADLINES: Thursday, April 27, 2017

‘Jasper’s Backyard’ to Host Outdoor Movie JASPER — A new local non-profit group plans to host an outdoor movie this summer, but organizers hope it can become an annual event for area families to enjoy. Jasper’s Backyard is still working out the details; organizers plan to go before the Dubois County Park Board next month. MORE >

Dubois County Deer Advisory Council Wants Your Feedback

The Dubois County Deer Advisory Council will hold its second meeting Thursday, April 27 at 6:30 p.m. at Reflections in Huntingburg. The council, a pilot program starting in Dubois County, partners with Whitetail Deer Herd Management to review data supplied by the DNR on setting antlerless tag quotas for the upcoming hunting season. The group MORE >

HEADLINES: Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Demolition Begins on Madonna Hall in Ferdinand FERDINAND — Where crews officially began demolishing Madonna Hall on the campus of St. Benedict Ferdinand yesterday. The decision was made to tear down the former residence hall after several failed attempts to save or re-purpose the 5 story building. The building is severely damaged and it would MORE >

Alexa “Lexi” Layne Mattingly,16, Holland

Alexa “Lexi” Layne Mattingly, age 16, of Holland, Indiana passed away Thursday, April 20, 2017, at Norton Children’s Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky. She was born May 8, 2000, in Jasper, Indiana to Gene and Traci (Roberts) Mattingly.  Lexi was a sophomore student at Southridge High School where she was a member of the basketball and MORE >

James F. Lueken, 83 – Ferdinand

James F. Lueken, 83 of Ferdinand died Monday April 17th at Scenic Hills Care Center in Ferdinand. He was born August 30, 1933 in Ferdinand to Joseph F. & Olivia P. (Nord) Lueken. He married Bernadette “Daisy” Sitzman on May 6, 1954 in the Saint Meinrad Archabbey Church. She preceded him in death on November MORE >

HEADLINES: Monday, April 17, 2017

Jasper Man Arrested for Heroin Possession JASPER — Kurt Gabhart, 34 of Jasper was arrested and charged with possession of heroin and a syringe Friday after a police K-9 detected the presence of an illegal substance in his home in the 200 block of Brucke Strasse. The search was part of a drug investigation.   MORE >

HEADLINES: Thursday, April 13, 2017

Fairfield Inn & Suites Will Occupy New River Center Development JASPER – Developers have announced the new hotel at the River Center in Jasper will be a Fairfield Inn & Suites, according to a press release issued Wednesday. The Marriott property will sit on the site of the kiln building of the former Jasper Cabinet MORE >

HEADLINES: Wednesday, April 12, 2017

SCAM ALERT:  Police Warn of Spencer County Roofing Scam SPENCER COUNTY – The Spencer County Sheriff’s Department is warning residents of a roofing scam targeting homeowners in the area. A company called Pro Roofing USA has reportedly been telling homeowners their roof has storm damage, urging residents to sign an estimate for repairs, according to MORE >

HEADLINES: Tuesday, April 11, 2017

English Man Arrested for Threatening to Blow Up Jasper Employer JASPER — An English man is in jail after police say he threatened to blow up his Jasper employer over the weekend. In a statement to media outlets Monday night, Jasper police confirmed Cody Smith, 24 of English made threats to “blow the place up,” MORE >

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