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$2 theft results in 2 D felonies

Huntingburg — A Huntingburg man’s $2 theft Friday afternoon revealed an active warrant for not reporting for work release. Police responded to the IGA in Huntingburg for the reported shoplifter at 4:50 p.m. When police arrived, an employee at the store said the suspect had taken off on foot through a nearby alleyway. Officers began searching for […]

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Huntingburg Heritage Trail connects city like no other

The beauty in Huntingburg’s application for a Stellar Communities Grant is the connectivity it creates for a city considered split in half by a moving steel line at least 30 times a day. The catalyst to creating a better connected city was revealed last summer by Mayor Denny Spinner, Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann and Indiana […]

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Huntingburg Elementary 2013 – 2014 Grading Period Honor Roll Students

3rd Grade A Honor Roll Students Cameron Kelly Allen, Jayden Thomas Anderson, Allyson Kalin Buening, Braxtyn Rose Cooper, Brooklyn Kay Cooper, Kimberly Marely Echeverria, Lindsay Lisbeth Echeverria, Emily Renee Ferguson, Caitlyn Marie Frick, Crew Richard Gerber, Michael Stephen Hasenour, Kelsey Yamilelth Hernandez, Nicaya Abigail Hopf, Brice Eric King, Sidney Jo Layton, Evelynn Faith Leavitt, Olivia Marie McClain, Lilly Marie McMickle, Levi Jackson Neukam, Parker Lee Rehms, Brett Reed Stilwell, Kyan Hale Thyen, Blair Elizabeth Tretter, Reece Jo Tretter, Jazmin […]

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Huntingburg Common Council meeting notes

The Huntingburg Common Council met for their regular meeting on Thursday and took the following actions. -Approved paying Dubois Strong $9,835 for the Professional Area Economic Development Services.  The money was paid from Economic Development Income Tax (EDIT) funds. -Approved additional appropriations for the Americans with Disabilities Act compliance projects ongoing in the city. Funds […]

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Huntingburg presented first look at Downtown Revitalization Plan

Huntingburg downtown revitalization plan from Matthew Crane Huntingburg — Housing, business, parking and a 117-year-old water main were the focus of a downtown revitalization plan presented to the public for the first time Wednesday night. Over 50 people attended a presentation from Development Concepts, Inc. outlining the future for creating a more vibrant downtown district that continues […]

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Huntingburg Assistance Fund grants awarded

Huntingburg — The Huntingburg Mayor’s office and the Dubois County Community Foundation have awarded grants through the 2013 Huntingburg Assistance Fund. The fund, which has been in place for over 20 years, provides local charities with grants to provide need-based services to the less fortunate. “This year, through the generosity of local residents and businesses, $7,600 […]

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December 12 Huntingburg Council meeting notes

The Huntingburg Common Council met for their regular meeting and took the following actions. -Adopted an ordinance amending Ordinance No. 2005-19 establishing a new schedule of rates and charges for natural gas and services rendered by the municipal natural gas utility of the City of Huntingburg. This ordinance resets the tracker to reflect current gas […]

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Huntingburg commits $350,000 to hospital housing development

Huntingburg - The Huntingburg Council committed $300,000 in additional economic incentives to developer Miller-Valentine Group’s proposed senior living project in the empty St. Joseph Hospital building. Pete Schwiegeraht, a developer with Cincinnati-based Miller-Valentine Group, presented the Huntingburg Council with an overview of the group’s plan for about 30,000 square feet of the building. The purchase is […]

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Major developments with Huntingburg St. Joseph Hospital property

Huntingburg — Two developments have occurred in the past week with the long beleaguered St. Joseph Hospital building. A Cincinnati-based developer plans on creating 45 to 50 senior living units in part of the former-St. Joseph Hospital building and another business signed an option to purchase the empty Medical Professional building on the campus’ south […]

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Huntingburg overpass and airport major parts of city’s future

As the City of Huntingburg updates its comprehensive plan it has become apparent how the future addition of an overpass in Huntingburg has greatly affected the direction of the city’s development. The state recommends a city’s comprehensive plan be updated every five years. Huntingburg’s was last updated in 2007; the council approved the process of […]

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