Buse promoted to senior executive VP at SVB&T

Springs Valley Bank & Trust Company Promotes J. Craig Buse to Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Lending Officer. Joining Springs Valley in 2002, Craig has held several positions during his time at the bank with his most recent position that of Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Operations Officer (COO). In addition to his […]

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Holland man injured in tree stand fall

A Holland man suffered broken bones and a collapsed lung when he fell from a tree stand at Sugar Ridge Fish and Wildlife Property in Pike County on Sunday afternoon. Paul Moore, 77, of Holland, fell approximately fifteen feet from a tree stand causing the injuries. Moore was not wearing any type of safety harness […]

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South St. Charles closing for sanitary sewer work

Knies Construction will be closing South St. Charles Street and 12th Avenue near the Dubois County Health Department for sanitary sewer work beginning on Tuesday, October 17 through Thursday, October 19. Motorists will need to find an alternate route as there will be no through traffic at this area. This schedule is subject to change due to inclement weather […]

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Jeff Durlauf, one of the organizers with Team RWB, takes his turn at one of the shooting stations along the trail.

Team Red, White and Blue to host Veterans Day clay shoot

Team RWB Jasper / Ferdinand along with OFS Brands is holding a free Veterans Day Clay Shoot for local veterans and their families on Saturday, November 11th, 2017 from 11:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. EST at OFS Cool Springs, 9412 Indiana 64, Velpen. Registration will begin at 11:00 a.m. with a safety briefing at 12:30 p.m. The […]

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Masterbrand’s tailgate party benefits Community CHEW

Masterbrand corporate employees took part in some catered tailgating fun Friday that benefitted Community CHEW. Teams of employees took part in the experience for corporate employees to have fun at while supporting the local nonprofit’s efforts to send backpacks filled with toiletries and other supplies home with impoverished kids in Dubois County. “We have a […]

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Morton announces run for Dubois County Auditor

Sandra L. Morton announced her intention to run for Dubois County Auditor in the 2018 election on the Democratic ticket. She has been employed in the auditor’s office since 1996. As deputy auditor, she works closely with all county departments and taxing units on the budget processes, maintains the county funds ledger, prepares the financial […]

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Kimball donates $1,000 to new playground project

Kimball International, Inc. donated $1,000 to help Just Cause complete the construction of a neighborhood playground in Jasper. In addition, National Office Furniture, a business unit of Kimball International, donated two benches that its employees of the Jasper manufacturing facility collected lids that were then recycled into the benches. “These days are always my best […]

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Hagen named VP of operations for Hoosier Hills Credit Union Jasper Service Center

Hoosier Hills Credit Union (HHCU) recently welcomed Jason Hagen as the new vice president of operations for the Jasper Service Center, 3010 Newton Street. Hagen is a life-long resident of the area, currently residing in Dubois. He holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Southern Indiana, and brings a proven track record […]

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Fire destroys most of historic Birdseye building

A building a volunteer group was working to save in Birdseye for its historic and architectural significance was largely destroyed in a fire Thursday afternoon. Calls for the fire went out at about 3:18 p.m. Units from Birdseye, Schnellville and English responded to battle the blaze at the Koerner Block building located at 101 and […]

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Gas leak testing being conducted in Jasper

The Jasper Municipal Gas Department is currently conducting the annual gas leak survey on the north side of Jasper. The survey is required by law. City employees will be testing the high-pressure feeder mains and will have identification on them. Anyone with questions is directed to call the gas department at 812-482-5252.

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Sentencing completed in infant’s death

A Huntingburg woman involved in the death of a 2-month-old baby in February has been sentenced as part of a plea agreement completed on September 28. Rachelle N. Childree, 27, of 217 N. Arjem St., Huntingburg, pleaded guilty to a Level 3 felony count of neglect of a dependent resulting in serious bodily injury. Pursuant […]

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