Christmas village carries the season’s beauty into spring

Christmas stretches across to early spring in a Huntingburg home; belying the gray dreary days of the typical Southern Indiana winter with its own snow-covered hills, cheery lights and sounds of joy. All in miniature, a village with hundreds of people caroling, sledding, skating, and bustling about with bright packages intermingle among colorful houses, taverns […]

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Southridge students advance to career-oriented state competition

Students from Southridge will be advancing to the state competition from the Region 11 Career Development Conference. They were part of the eight high schools that recently participated in the competition as part of the Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program. JAG students compete in 12 different categories either as a class or individually. Competitions […]

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Huntingburg Music Club meeting minutes

The Huntingburg Music Club met at the home of Rhonda LeClere on Tuesday, December 10, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. A total of 14 members and four guests attended. President Tom Martindale called the meeting to order with the reading of the Collect. The roll call was taken with members relating their favorite Christmas traditions. The […]

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Memorial Hospital requesting public comments

Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center has applied to the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) for the prestigious designation of Magnet. Magnet designation recognizes excellence in nursing services. Patients, family members, staff, and interested parties who would like to provide comments to the American Nurses Credentialing Center are encouraged to do so. As part of […]

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Mentors for Youth announces new president, board members

Mentors for Youth has elected Kristin Braun as its board president to serve for a period of two years. Her term began on January 1, 2020.  Of her new role, Braun says, “I’m honored to take on this role as board president. We have a great team of staff and board members along with strong community support. Mentoring […]

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SERVUS! sells Denny’s Restaurants

SERVUS, Inc. announced the sale of its 20 Denny’s Restaurant division to Top Line Restaurants.  Starting in 1964 with one coffee shop, SERVUS, Inc. operates in four states: Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, and Michigan and has been a leader in the restaurant industry for over 50 years.  “While most people think of SERVUS for the nationally […]

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Huntingburg Library hosting Eva Education Day

The Huntingburg Public Library is hosting a special event in honor of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp. Eva Kor was a survivor of the notorious camp who went on to become a world-renowned ambassador for hope, healing, and humanity. She lived in Indiana until she died last year on […]

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Filmmakers seeking a lot of extras for French Lick scenes

A production company filming a movie in French Lick is in need of some well-dressed extras; 500 well-dressed extras, actually. 1804 Productions and Pigasus Pictures, the team behind “The Good Catholic” and “Ms. White Light”, are shooting a feature film in Southern Indiana from late January to late February. Pigasus Pictures is a Bloomington-based production […]

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Sermersheim named the Indiana Association of Soil and Water Supervisor of the Year

Brenda Sermersheim was named the Indiana Association of Soil and Water Districts’ Supervisor of the Year.  She was presented with the award at the Indiana SWCD Awards Luncheon at the Indianapolis Marriot Downtown on Tuesday, January 14. There are five supervisors in each of the 92 Soil and Water Conservation Districts in Indiana and Brenda […]

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Jasper’s new resource officer vehicles revealed

Jasper Police Department unveiled two new School Resource Officer (SRO) vehicles today at the Board of Public Works & Safety meeting.  With the generous support of several great donors, the Jasper Police Department was able to receive two SRO vehicles: a 2019 Dodge Ram Truck, driven by SRO Brian Lampert and a 2020 Ford Mustang, […]

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