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Rangers Win County Hoops Classic

Jasper (NNDC) – The Forest Park Rangers won the 2017 Dubois County Hoops Classic Saturday at the Jasper High School Gym. Coach Jeff Litherland’s Rangers claimed the title with a 55 to 39 win over host Jasper Saturday night.

The Wildcats and Rangers advanced to the championship game with opening round wins earlier Saturday. Jasper defeated Northeast Dubois, 54 to 48, and Forest Park topped Southridge, 55 to 34.

Southridge won the consolation game with a 60 to 34 victory over Northeast Dubois.

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$10,000 “12 Days” Grant Awarded to Dubois County Humane Society

Dubois County (From Release) – The Dubois County Humane Society is the recipient of the Dubois County Community Foundation’s $10,000 12 Days of Giving grant voted on by the general public.

This grant is the culmination of 12 Days of Giving, a granting blitz that kicked off on December 1 and concluded Friday with the public taking part in the voting process on the Community Foundation’s Facebook page.

“The Humane Society was able to adopt over 600 animals this year which is a record for our organization and subsequently increased our vet costs,” said Andrea Hedinger Gramelspacher, Dubois County Humane Society President. “This grant will offset all of our vet care needs which we must raise 100% on a local level,” Hedinger Gramelspacher said.

Leading up to the $10,000 grant, 12 organizations received a $1,000 grant. These organizations were then eligible for a public vote that took place on Facebook yesterday. Over 1,725 votes were received on the Community Foundation’s Facebook page. The Humane Society received the most votes (892).

The 12 nonprofits who received $1,000 grants were:

  • Camp CARE
  • Celestine Community Club
  • Community CHEW
  • Dubois County CASA
  • Dubois County Humane Society
  • Girls on the Run
  • Memorial Hospital HOPE Garden
  • Southern Indiana Leathernecks Detachment
  • Southern Indiana Education Center
  • St. Patrick’s Celebration
  • St. Vincent DePaul
  • Survivors of Suicide

A total of $22,000 was granted to local charities through the 12 Days of Giving initiative. This year’s 12 grant recipients were chosen by last year’s grant recipients with the goal of “paying it forward”.

“The 12 Days of Giving initiative brings recognition to the good work our nonprofits do in our community,” said Clayton Boyles, Community Foundation Executive Director. “This initiative, through some friendly competition in our community, showcases the impactful work of these organizations and provides them with grant dollars to further those missions,” Boyles said.

“It was humbling to see former adopters, supporters and donors step up and vote for us yesterday. A big thank you to the Dubois County Community Foundation for the continued support of the Dubois County Humane Society today and throughout the years,” Hedinger Gramelspacher said.

$10,000 GRANT – The Dubois County Humane Society was voted recipient of a $10,000 grant from the Dubois County Community Foundation Wednesday, capping off the Foundation’s “12 Days of Giving” program. The “large” check was presented by Director Clayton Boyles (right) to Humane Society representatives in the Foundation office.

 

Sleeping Driver causes accident

Jasper – (NNDC) The Dubois County Sheriff’s Department reports 51 year old Mark Bailey of Bloomfield was traveling south on  US 231 when he apparently fell asleep and traveled left of center sideswiping a vehicle driven by 56 year old Steven Arvin of Loogootee.  Bailey’s Ford truck ended up on the west side of the roadway while Arvin’s truck came to rest off to the east side of the roadway.

The Dubois County Sheriff’s department was assisted at the scene by Uebelhor and Sons wrecker service there were no injuries to the drivers.

New Court date for the Frizes

Jasper (NNDC) – Huntingburg dentist Alan A. Friz, 57, and his wife Aimee Friz, 36, were charged a total of 48 felony back in October in Dubois Circuit Court.  Their most recent court date has been moved to January 23rd in Dubois Circuit court.

The charges stemmed from an October 4 incident at their rural Huntingburg home. Dubois County Sheriff’s Department had been called to the home following a report of a juvenile out of control at the home. Investigations resulted in the arrest of the Frizes, the juvenile girl’s parents.