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Pursuit claims life of Charlestown city officer

A Charlestown officer lost his life after crashing his car during a pursuit Wednesday evening. According to Indiana State Police, Clark County Central Dispatch notified the Indiana State Police in Sellersburg of a pursuit involving a suspect vehicle and the Charlestown City Police Department in Clark County, Indiana.  This pursuit continued into Scott County and […]

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ROI invites Indiana Uplands residents to participate in housing survey

Regional Opportunity Initiatives, Inc. (ROI), is encouraging interested citizens to share their impressions and opinions about the current housing market in the Indiana Uplands. The Uplands includes Brown, Crawford, Daviess, Dubois, Greene, Lawrence, Martin, Monroe, Orange, Owen, and Washington Counties. To participate in the study, complete the online survey regarding your perceptions of the current […]

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Stop sign being removed at Progress Parkway (overpass) and Chestnut Street

This Friday, December 14, 2018, the street department will be removing stop signs on Progress Parkway and 14th Street at Chestnut Street. The stop signs were added to allow the public to acclimate to the new overpass intersection with Chestnut Street. Chestnut Street will continue to be a two-way stop, and Progress Parkway/14th Street will become thru-traffic.

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Crisis Connection to host talk about dating violence

Crisis Connection, Inc. is pleased to sponsor a community conversation surrounding teen dating and breakup violence through the Ashley Doolittle Foundation. The Ashley Doolittle Foundation was formed to take a stand against Teen Dating Violence. On June 9, 2016, Ashley Doolittle, who had just turned 18 was murdered by her ex-boyfriend within a week after […]

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Bombers season tickets on sale now

Dubois County Bombers season tickets for the 2019 season are available for purchase. Prices remain the same as last year. Give the gift of a great time.  Just in time for Christmas. Season tickets are good for all home games at League Stadium, including playoff games.  With 9 teams in the Ohio Valley League, the Bombers […]

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Christmas classic comes to Jasper Arts Center December 14th

A Christmas Carol will be presented by Jasper Community Arts at the Jasper Arts Center this Friday, December 14, 2018, at 7:30 p.m. A powerful story of redemption, Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, has enchanted audiences the world over with its simple message of Holiday joy. Ebenezer Scrooge, that most unrepentant and miserly of fellows, is […]

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Will Read show features Q&A with Marine injured in suicide attack

Among the usual music and comical anecdotes from author Scott Saalman, the final Will Read and Sing Show will feature a Q&A with Marine Sally Saalman Mosby. Mosby survived a deadly suicide attack in Iraq during her first tour there in 2005. Thirteen years after experiencing the Iraq War’s deadliest day for American women firsthand, Marine Sally Saalman Mosby finds that talking about […]

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Redemption sets special Christmas services

On Sunday evening, December 23, Redemption Christian Church’s two campuses will host Glow, a special Christmas service to celebrate God putting on flesh and becoming as one of us. Redemption’s Jasper Campus, 1450 Energy Dr., and its Loogootee Campus, 1 Loogootee Plaza (in the former Pamida/Shopko building) will celebrate Jesus’ birth with two services on each […]

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Commissioner Brames elected president of Indiana Association of County Commissioners district office

Dubois County Commissioner Elmer Brames was elected President of the Indiana Association of County Commissioners (IACC) South West District during their recent annual conference. Spencer County Commissioner Al Logsdon stated that “Elmer will be a great spokesperson for their district and is very dedicated to improving local government.” As District President, Brames will represent the […]

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Narrow Path released its sophomore full-length album of original material, Hail To The Liars, on Dec. 7. The band, from left to right, is comprised of drummer Mike Weisensteiner, bass player Andrew Kieffner, guitarist/backing vocalist Kurt Neighbors, and lead vocalist/guitarist Daniel Ross. Hail To The Liars is available worldwide via most digital music platforms.

Narrow Path releases new album, “Hail To The Liars”

On Friday, Dec. 7, southern Indiana rock band Narrow Path released their sophomore full-length album — Hail To The Liars. The album is available in digital formats at most online retailers and streaming outlets such as iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play, and Amazon Digital, as well as in limited-edition physical CD and vinyl formats at […]

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Grad Grid connects Jasper alumni is a new site designed to connect Jasper High School grads with each other as well as keep them connected to the community. A pair of Jasper High School grads headed up a group to create a new platform designed to connect Jasper alumni around the world to each other and, hopefully, back home. Noah […]

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Weyer named 2018 4-H Junior Leader of the Year

Dylan Weyer, a Forest Park Jr/Sr High School freshman, was named the 2018 4-H Leader of the Year. Dylan currently serves as a member of the junior leader advisory board. As an advisory board member, he attends 4-H Council meetings and helps to communicate between Junior Leaders and the Council. He also assists with set […]

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