Letter: Support is there for Riverview Energy coal-to-diesel plant

As I’ve been meeting directly with residents, businesses and leaders in the Spencer County region over the past several months, my impression of the community has been reinforced again and again. Spencer County is brimming with wonderful people, who understand that seeking development will lead to opportunities for economic advancement for generations to come. These […]

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Volunteers needed for Heartland Half Marathon

You can make a difference in your community by volunteering at this year’s Heartland Half Marathon. It takes many individuals to hold the Heartland Half Marathon events, and it wouldn’t be possible without the generosity of each volunteer. The committee is in need of volunteers in the morning and afternoon on Friday, August 31 and prior to the […]

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The Rheas of Life Singers to perform this Friday

Dubois Branch Library will present the Rheas of Life Singers Friday, June 22, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. The public is invited to enjoy this talented, musical family singing group. The Rheas of Life Singers hail from a log cabin in Martin County.  Steve and Precious perform with son, Doren, and daughters, Camillette and Alena. They will […]

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Van Winkle named president of furniture trade group

Kimball International, Inc. announced the appointment of president and CEO Don Van Winkle to the role of board president of the Business and Institutional Furniture Manufacturers Association (BIFMA). Don succeeds Sylvain Garneau, Group Lacasse, in that capacity.  Don previously served as Board Vice President/President Elect. BIFMA is the trade association for business and institutional furniture manufacturers. Since […]

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Democrats to hold caucus to fill vacant seat

There will be a caucus of the Dubois County Democratic Central Committee on Monday, July 2, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. at the Habig Community Center, 1301 St Charles St, Jasper, IN 47546. The purpose of this special meeting is to fill the seat on the Bainbridge Township Advisory Board left vacant with the passing of Charles Habig. Indiana Law […]

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National Office Furniture introduces residential inspired lounge collection, Collette

National Office Furniture introduced a new collection of lounge furniture that addresses the demand for residential inspired furniture with commercial durability. Collette blends casual comfort with commercial endurance and offers a relaxed sit and lush pillows generally found outside of the contract furniture market. With components that are easily rearranged and repositioned, Collette offers the […]

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Emergency Management hosting Amateur Radio Field Day

The Dubois County Emergency Management Amateur Radio Operators will be participating in the Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL) Field Day event which runs from 2:00 PM Saturday, June 23 to 2:00 p.m., Sunday, June 24, 2018. ARRL Field Day is a nationwide exercise that tests the Amateur Radio Operator’s equipment and their ability to operate […]

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Meet cows, learn about dairy farming

June 30 at Lindauer Family Dairy open house Lindauer Family Dairy Farm invites the community to celebrate June Dairy Month with a visit to a modern dairy farm. Lindauer Dairy, located at 9337 S Club Road just outside the town of Ferdinand, Indiana will open its barn doors to guests on Saturday, June 30 from […]

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Purdue Extension Does…Just in time parenting!

Parenting is an important and sometimes overwhelming responsibility, especially for new parents. Just in Time Parenting is a free resource to help parents understand their children’s development by providing helpful information and tips. Just in Time Parenting is available from Purdue Extension through an educational partnership among the nation’s land-grant colleges. It focuses on providing parents with […]

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Musical Park opens at Ferdinand 18th Street Park

The 2017 Leadership Academy Capstone Project Musical Park has opened at 18th Street Park Ferdinand. The group had the ribbon cutting Saturday, June 16th at 2 p.m. during the Ferdinand Heimatefest. The musical park featuring four music instruments is officially completed and open for the public to use. “We owe a big Thank you to […]

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