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ulie Colvin of Huntingburg held her daughter Corrina, 3, as she voted today at the Huntingburg Event Center. Corrina's twin sister, Annabelle, was voting with her father, Josh, at a nearby booth.

Dubois County hits the polls hard; Eck picked over Vollmer

In a national Primary Election that has several stigmatizing characters, Dubois County voters turned out in droves to cast their ballots. Overall, Dubois County had over 43 percent of registered voters, or 12,998 of 30,003 voters, reporting to the 12 polling locations in the county. While some, like the Huntingburg Event Center and Jasper Middle School, reported record […]

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Deputies taking Justin McDonald into custody.

10 warrants issued in Operation Triple Threat, third drug operation in Dubois County

10 warrants were issued in the third operation in Dubois County. Seven arrests made so far. Prosecuting Attorney reports difficulty in operation due to lowered penalties for drug offenses.  Also reports an increase in heroin coming into the county. Prosecuting Attorney connects increases in crime to decrease penalties for drug offenses Several arrests were made […]

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Top row from left: Juan Helms, Andrew Long, and Jeremy Lorey. Bottom row from left: Justin MacDonald, Cole Denton, Maurice Zapata and John Bickerest.

7 arrested in third Dubois County drug operation

Seven men were arrested Monday on warrants for a third large drug operation being conducted by the Dubois County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office and the Dubois County Sheriff’s Department. At least three additional arrests are expected in the most recent round of drug interdiction charges. In addition to the sheriff’s department, the Spencer County Sheriff’s Department […]

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Alan McKinney Music Fest Memorial: Musician’s legacy to benefit local high schools

A fundraiser this weekend will remember a local musician and continue his legacy by supporting local high school bands. Organized by Duane Meyer and Ronnie Schultz  in memory of Alan McKinney, a Birdseye musician who inspired and educated many local musicians, the Alan McKinney Music Fest Memorial will feature nine area bands performing this Saturday at […]

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Ireland yard left rutted after vehicle leaves scene

The Dubois County Sheriff’s Department is seeking information about a vehicle that ran through a yard in Ireland sometime between 8:40 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. Sunday. According to authorities, the vehicle ran into the yard at 4159 West State Road 56 across from Shamrock Lane. It left large ruts in yard. It backed out and […]

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Huntingburg police charge Bristow man with theft from local business

The Huntingburg Police Department arrested Shaun M. Brosmer, 31, of Bristow, for allegedly using a business’s account at a local home improvement store to make purchases. According to Huntingburg Detective Sergeant Christian Gogel, he was notified by The Waters of Huntingburg on April 12 that several unauthorized purchases had been made at Steinkamp Home Center. The […]

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Jasper Police Department sex sting nets Terre Haute arrest

The Jasper Police Department assisted in the arrest of a Terre Haute man for multiple charges after he allegedly contacted what he thought was a 13-year-old Jasper child to engage in sexual activities. According to authorities, Michael S. Rowe made contact with the Jasper Police Department as part of a sting operation. The department had […]

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Girls on the Run to host 5k Saturday

Update: Despite the rainy forecast, the Girls on the Run 5k Celebration WILL take place tomorrow, Saturday, April 30th, at Jasper Middle School. Race Registration, Happy Hair, Photo Booth, Sign-making, the Bake Sale and all the pre-race activities will take place inside the school’s Black Gymnasium from 8:00-8:45 AM. Please park on the North side […]

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