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Roads Closed Due to High Water and More Likely to Close with Predicted Rain for the Rest of the Week

Dubois County (NNDC):

Over 20 roads in the area are already closed due to recent heavy rains and the list is expected to grow with more predicted rain on the way. (See closures below)

Residents and drivers are always remember never to drive or walk through rising water.

More heavy rain is expected overnight tonight and into the week, so the closure list is expected to increase.

 


Madison CR 150 North West of CR 750 West
Madison CR 875 West South of CR 150 North
Madison CR 50 North West of CR 750 West
Madison CR 800 West North of CR 300 South – River Bottoms
Madison Ell Creek Road North of CR 400 South

Marion CR 175 East North of CR 300 North
Marion St Anthony Road West South of Schnellville Road
Marion CR 300 North West of CR 175 East
Marion CR 175 East South of CR 300 North

Harbison CR 600 North East of Kellerville Road

Columbia Dubois Road North East South of SR 56

Boone CR 600 North West of 200 West

Bainbridge Meridian Road South of SR 162
Bainbridge Old Huntingburg Road North of CR 400 South

Jackson CR 230 South East of SR 162

Jefferson Harts Gravel Road Intersection of Kings Ridge Road

Patoka CR 400 South West of Ell Creek Road
Patoka CR 400 South East of US 231
Patoka CR 130 West North of 400 South
Patoka Old Road 64 West of Patoka Road
Patoka 1st Street – Huntingburg West of CR 75 West
Patoka CR 75 West South of SR 64
Patoka CR 200 West South of Sunset Drive
Patoka Ferdinand Road N W 2 places East of CR 200 West

News Now will keep you posted with weather updates as they occur.

 

Father’s Day Contest Winners on NewsNow!

Jasper-(NNDC)

Happy Father’s Day from everyone at NewsNow Dubois County! Congratulations to our Father’s Day Winners!

Tim Reutman Winner of Apparel Gift from Adventures Recreation & Gear!

Kurt Kippenbrock Winner of Grilling Kit from Tom’s Lawn,Garden & Appliances!

Orlando Orelliana Winner of (4) Dubois County Bomber Tickets!

Congratulations! Everyone of our Winners Names will still have a chance to win the Maxi-comfort Lift Chair from Family Home Medical!

In fact between now and the Jasper Strassenfest register for your chance to win the Maxi-comfort Lift Chair at Family Home Medical in Jasper’s Southgate Center!

All Father’s Day entries have a chance to Win! Good Luck!

           

 

  

Jasper Police Seek Public Help in Identifying Suspect

Jasper (NNDC):

The Jasper Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying the subject in this photo in regard to an incident that occurred in Jasper on 04/27/2019.

If you can identify this man, please call the Jasper Police Department at 812-482-2255 or remain anonymous and call 812-481-COPS.

Heavy Rains Cause Flooding in Dubois County and More Rain Expected

Dubois County NNDC):

Heavy rain over the weekend changes parts of Jasper and the local area into pools and rivers.

Heavy thunderstorms over the weekend closed a good portion of southern Jasper as well as aggravating an already soaked environment and rain is forecasted for most of the week.

Residents should be reminded never to drive or walk through running water and to pay attention to weather and water conditions at all time.

News Now will keep you posted as severe weather occurs.

Mother Nature Wins.. Bombers Cancelled tonight..too much rain

Huntingburg (NNDC)   Bombers Game cancelled tonight!   Plenty of more games coming your way stay tuned to newsnowdc.com for more on the Dubois County Bombers.

Jasper Reds Remain Undefeated, Will Host Owensboro this Upcoming Sunday at Ruxer Field

Jasper (NNDC):  The Jasper Reds (3-0) picked up a huge win on Saturday at Ruxer Field as they hosted the Nashville Cubs.   The Cubs came to town with an impressive 9-0 record and looking to remain undefeated.   The Reds entered the contest at 2-0 and also looking to keep their record unblemished.

Trailing 2-0 heading into the bottom of the 5th inning, Jasper went to work and started chipping away at the Cubs lead.   Eli Knust, Ben Lambert and Bricen Russell led the charge in the comeback as Lambert went deep in the 5th and Russell had 3 hits including a solo shot in the 7th inning.    Knust also had 3 hits in the game including 2 doubles and a single.  His second double drove in the go ahead run for the Reds.

Jasper picks up a 4-3 win over previously undefeated Nashville and sends the Cubs home with their first loss of the season.   Veteran righthander Bo Daves picked up the win on the hill for the Reds.   Daves allowed 7 hits, had 5 strikeouts, walked 2 (1 intentionally) and hit one batter. With the win, the Jasper Reds are now 3-0 on the season and will host the Owensboro Hardballers in a double header on Sunday at 2:30pm.

Jasper Reds 4 – Nashville Cubs 3 (WP: Bo Daves)

Bombers Fall to Paducah, Return to Action on Sunday at League Stadium for Faith, Family and Fathers Day at the Ballpark

  • Dubois County (NNDC):   Fans at League Stadium saw a lot of offense on Saturday night as the Bombers and Paducah combined for 25 hits and 20 runs.   The bats were hot for the Bombers but it wasn’t enough as the Chiefs found their way around the base paths 12 times on the night.   Dubois County jumped out on top in the bottom of the first inning when Evan Kahre singled to 3rd scoring Tyler Van Pelt who had reached base after being hit by the pitch earlier in the inning. Paducah tied up the game in the 2nd inning as Carson Shacklett’s sac fly to left center field allowed a run to score.   The Chiefs added 4 runs in the third and 2 more in the 4th inning to jump out to a 7-1 lead.     Dubois County bounced back in the bottom of the 4th inning as the Bombers plated 4 runs.    The rally was led by a sac fly by Zuriel Collins, singles by Austin Duffy, Bryson McNay and Benji Brokemond.   Tyler Van Pelt, Chase Hug, McNay and Brokemond all scored in the inning.   Paducah would pull away for good after adding 5 more runs in the 7th inning.  The Bombers would add one more in the 6th and 2 in the 7th but it wasn’t enough as the Chiefs pick up the 12-8 win.    Bennett Shoptaw took the loss on the mound for Dubois County after surrendering 7 runs on 6 hits over three and a third innings while striking out 3.    Dubois County had 12 hits in the contest with Matt Ellis, Chase Hug and Austin Duffy picking up 2 hits apiece.    The Bombers finish up a 4 game homestand on Sunday night as they host the Madisonville Minors.   Game time is set for 6pm.   It’s Faith, Family and Fathers Day at the ballpark.

Paducah Chiefs 12 –  Dubois County Bombers 8

 

The Jasper Strassenfest Committee is now accepting applications for Miss Strassenfest!

Jasper (NNDC) -The Jasper Strassenfest Committee is now accepting applications for Miss Strassenfest, Strassenfest pageant contestants, but the entry deadline is quickly approaching.  The pageant along with the Junior Miss, Little Miss & Little Mister will be held Saturday July 27, 2019 beginning at 7:00 PM E.S.T. at Redemption Christian Church located at 1450 Energy Drive in Jasper.  Pageant Contestants must reside within the boundaries of the Greater Jasper Consolidated Schools District and must meet age requirements for each individual contest.

Deadline to enter the Miss Strassenfest pageant is June 21st, 2019.

Pageant entry forms should be mailed to the address listed on the entry form by the deadline date listed. Pageant application forms plus more detailed
information pertaining to age and eligibility requirements for each individual pageant can be found at www.jasperstrassenfest.org.

Bombers Facing the Miners this Father’s Day! As long as Mother Nature Cooperates!

Huntingburg (NNDC) – The Bombers invite you to Faith, Family, & Father’s Day as the Madisonville Miners come into League Stadium and the Miners are looking for a win!  The Bombers are looking to keep their home stand wins going and get to the top of the OVL league.  The game starts at 6pm. and ticket information is available at 812 683 3700.  Tickets are available at the gate!  Go Bombers!

 

 

 

 

Jasper Reds WIN

Jasper (NNDC):

The Jasper Reds played ball today on a blustery Saturday and came up with a good Win!

News Now covered the game live and it is now archived to view at any time, just hit the archive button at the top of our home page to view.