Top News Stories for Monday

Dubois County (NNDC):

Holland Man Arrested Along With Four Minors in Connection to Huntingburg Home Burglary

Huntingburg man arrested on felony and misdemeanor charges:

Five people have been arrested, four of them minors (3males and 1 female), in connection to a home burglary earlier this month.

The stolen items estimated value was between $6,000 and $10,000.

18-year-old Brian Cruz was arrested yesterday and charged with Felony Theft and Burglary and charged as an adult.

He also faces two counts of felony contributing to the elinquency of the minors involved.

Two of the teens are charged with felony burglary and theft and third teen and the female were arrested on marijuana and paraphernalia charges. As the 4 juveniles are under 18 years old their names are not being made public.

 

Farbest Foods hosts a full scale hazmat drill Saturday:

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Emergency officials executed  a full-scale exercise  at Farbest Foods in Huntingburg on Saturday.  Emergency personnel and first responders  simulated an anhydrous leak.

Ambulances, fire departments and a full scale Hazmat team as well as about 150 subjects participated in the exercise.

 

Donnelly and Braun to Debate Monday Night from Purdue University, How You Can Watch Here

The debate between the Indiana Senate race candidates will be broadcast live Monday night.  Participants will be incumbent Democratic Senator Joe Donnelly, Republican Mike Braun and Libertarian Lucy Brenton and will be hosted at Purdue University  at 7 p.m. ET Monday evening.

It will be live streamed for viewing on the link YouTube.com

Please review each candidate to learn about them and get out to VOTE.

 

Huntingburg mayor Denny Spinner has been named the new president of Accelerate Indiana Municipalities. .

The award is sponsored by AIM which is  focused on helping Indiana cities and towns prosper through economic growth.

“I am so proud to assume the Aim presidency in 2019,” Spinner tells The Dubois County Free Press. “I see it as an opportunity to give back to an association that has meant so much to me in my growth as a municipal leader.”

 

 

 

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