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A Jasper man was arrested for not adhering to a “no contact” order issued by the court. 

Jasper Man Arrested For Violating

Jasper man was arrested following an verbal altercation over the weekend.  The incident occurred at a home in the 200 block of Brucke Strasse Sunday night.

Police contend 34-year-old Dustin Jones ignored  a no contact order and entered into an argument with the protected female.  He was arrested and charged with Invasion of Privacy.

 


A Huntingburg man was arrested over the weekend for allegedly driving over 110 mph on I-69.

Police stopped a Huntingburg man,  24-year-old Elmis Lopez near the 24 mile marker Saturday for driving while impaired and driving with  a suspended license.

A search of the vehicle allegedly turned up a small amount of marijuana.  Reports show Lopez had a blood alcohol content of .10 and also faces charges of possession of marijuana, driving while suspended, and reckless driving.

He’s charged with Driving While Intoxicated which was upgraded  to a felony due to a previous conviction.

 

Upcoming vaccination clinics coming to local schools.

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The Dubois County Health Department will have clinics in all four county school districts for grades five, six and 11 this school year, with the earliest one being held this month.

Vaccinations include the booster for TDAP (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough); and vaccines Menactra (meningitis) and hepatitis A (if they haven’t had it already).

 Also provided are vaccines for hepatitis A (if they haven’t had it already), Menactra (meningitis) and meningitis B. Students will also be able to get the vaccine for HPV.

Parents may register online for the school clinics through the website, www.schoolcares.com.

The health department can also take appointments for students to get vaccines, and the department has some evening appointments available. Information is listed on the health department’s website, www.duboiscountyin.org/departments/health_department.  The Health Dept. can also assist low income parents or those without insurance.  Call or visit the Dubois County Health Department for details.

 

Two Dubois men were injured in a motorcycle deer collision.

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Two people were injured when the motorcycle they were on struck a deer on County Road 900E about a half mile north of State Road 56  Sunday.

Police said Timothy C. Lagenour, 54, of Dubois, was operating a 1995 Kawasaki motorcycle with a passenger, Shawn R. Fox, traveling northbound on the county road when the deer entered the road. They were unable to avoid the incident and struck the deer.  Lagenour was also driving while suspended.

Both men were transported to Memorial Hospital by ambulance. Lagenour was then transferred to St. Vincent’s in Evansville due to his injuries. Fox was treated for her injuries at Memorial Hospital’s emergency room.  The extent of their injuries and their current status is unknown at this time.

 

The Jasper Lions Club is gearing up for their annual live radio auction.

Jasper Lions Club and WITZ to Host 57th Live Radio Auction in September

It begins Monday September 10 and continues through Friday the  14th Each day auctioning begins at 5:30 PM until 7:00 pm each evening.  Many Auction items can be viewed on the Jasper Lions Club’s Facebook page and the event each night will be handled live by WITZ/WQKZ: Jasper Indiana Lions Club, and items range from restaurant gift cards and small personal effects to larger pieces of furniture and even vacation trip destinations.

Phone bids will be taken nightly from by calling 812-482-5955.  You may see the Auction live at the Dubois County Museum and bid in person.

The Jasper Lions Club provides eye care and vision awareness support and services within Dubois County and contributes to many educational and charitable programs in Dubois County, such as the Community C.H.E.W., the JMS 8th Grade DC Trip, youth baseball, and more.

 

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