Silver Alert declared for missing Evansville woman

The Evansville Police Department is investigating the disappearance of an adult from Evansville, Indiana. June Marie Richmond is a 62-year-old white female, 5 feet 5 inches in height, weighing 120 lbs., with brown hair and hazel eyes. June Marie Richmond was last seen wearing a brown fleece jacket, blue jeans, and flip flops. She has […]

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Speeder charged with burning more than rubber

A Louisville man spent his day behind bars after being caught speeding and more. Around 10:04 this morning, Master Trooper Brian LaRoche was patrolling Interstate 64 near the 61 mile marker, when he observed a black 2004 BMW sedan traveling eastbound at 103 miles per hour. LaRoche caught the BMW and after pulling the car […]

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For Heaven’s Sake ribbon cutting Saturday

The Ferdinand Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a ribbon cutting for the grand reopening of For Heaven’s Sake Gift Shop in Ferdinand, Saturday, January 31, at 10 a.m. The ceremony will be held at the shop’s new location, 840 East 10th Street, Ferdinand, Indiana (north side of the Monastery Event Hall, formerly the Marian Heights Gymnasium). […]

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Certified Lunatic and Master of the Impossible at Jasper Arts Center this Saturday

Jasper Community Arts will present Tomas Kubinek, Certified Lunatic and Master of the Impossible at the Jasper Arts Center on Saturday, January 31 at 3:30 p.m. The one and only Dr. Professor Tomas Kubinek is a comic genius, virtuoso vaudevillian, and all-round charmer who gives audiences an utterly joyous experience they’ll remember for a lifetime. […]

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Memorial Hospital Outpatient Rehabilitation Services relocated

Effective immediately, Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center’s Outpatient Rehabilitation Services is now seeing patients at their new location in Memorial Health Center at 695 West Second Street, Suite D in Jasper (across from IGA). For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call Memorial Hospital’s Outpatient Rehabilitation Services at 812-996-0682.

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Humane Society asking for help to find traveling dog

The Dubois County Humane Society is hoping the public can help them find a dog that appears to be making its way back to Dubois County from Evansville. Spencer, a dog at the humane society, was taken to Evansville for obedience training where he escaped. Volunteers from the humane society have been going out with […]

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Meth investigation nets six accused of dealing

Loogootee — Six people were arrested on drug dealing charges in a multi-agency drug investigation in Martin County Wednesday morning. The warrants were issued based on a narcotics investigation targeting the sale and distribution of methamphetamine. The investigation began the summer of 2014. Wednesday, officers from the Indiana State Police, Martin and Daviess County Sheriff’s Departments, Drug Enforcement […]

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Interstate 64 pothole patching begins next week

Interstate 64 traffic should watch for slow-moving pothole patching crews the next few weeks beginning Monday, Feb. 2. Each day between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m., weather permitting, patching crews will be working between State Road 61 (Exit 39) and State Road 66 (Exit 92) in Crawford, Dubois, Perry, Spencer and Warrick counties. Updated information […]

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Community Corrections budget stabilizes

The Dubois County Community Corrections board heard that the department will be operating in the black for the foreseeable future. Interim director Jenny Fuhs compiled the department’s financial records to give the board a clear picture of the monthly cash flow. She was appointed community corrections interim director in December when the former director, J.P. Weisheit, stepped […]

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Tell City man arrested after 7-month child porn investigation

Tell City — A Tell City man was arrested Thursday afternoon after a 7-month investigation into allegations of crimes against children, specifically possessing child pornography. In July 2014, an investigation began on William A. Jordan, 64, Tell City, in which it was believed that he was sharing pornographic images of children through online websites from July through […]

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Kimball electronics

Kimball Electronics announces European expansion

Kimball Electronics announced plans to expand their capacity in Europe by opening a new operation in Romania. “We are very excited to be making this investment in Romania,” stated Janusz Kasprzyk, Vice President European Operations. “The new operation in Romania will be an excellent complement to our existing operation in Poland and provide our customers […]

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Local grant awarded to patent bedsore detection technology

A grant awarded through a partnership between three county nonprofit entities — Grow Dubois County, Vincennes University Jasper Campus Foundation and Dubois County Community Foundation — will assist a local company in filing a patent for a new medical device. The grant will help Variable Technologies fund a patent request for a new product that measures and […]

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