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Knights of Columbus Honor Fellow Deceased Knights in Solemn Ceremony

Jasper (NNDC): 

Thursday Evening the Local Knights of Columbus remembered and prayed for all Knights who have passed away last year.  There were 14 recipients.

The evening was to honor all that have gone before us, honoring their memory and providing solace to Those left behind.

Chad Lueken describes the event.

 

Pictures from the event.

 

 

Video clips of the ceremony.

 

Each deceased member received a certificate and a rosary given to a family member:

 

Closing of the Ceremony.

 

 

Spencer County Crashes Killing One Sending Others to the Hospital

Spencer County (NNDC):

A vehicle crash occurred around 8 PM between Fulda and New Boston, one individual  was pronounced dead at the scene 2 others were transported to area hospitals.

It happened around 8 p.m. on SR 545 between Fulda and New Boston.

Police say a car was north on 545 when it went off of the road, hit a ditch, returned to the road and into the path of a truck driving south.

Hunter Greulich, of Evanston, was driving the car. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Two others were taken to area hospitals. They’ve been identified as Jacob Ninke, of Grandview, and Derek Mulzer of Evansvton. There is no word on their conditions.

The driver of the truck has been identified as John Korresell of Cannelton. He was also taken to the hospital with unknown injuries.

The investigation is ongoing.

Forest Park High School Mourns Death of Student

Ferdinand (NNDC):

 The Forest Park High School community is mourning the loss of a student.

Anderson Peters, a 16-year-old at Forest park high School apparent  died Monday apparently from an enlarged heart caused by  hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

2019 County Election Results

Jasper (NNDC):

FINAL ELECTION RESULTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jasper City Council Dist 3:                       Votes

City Council Dist. 3

  • Chad Lueken (R).                             411
  • Daniel Kreilein (D).                            87

City Council Dist 4:

  • Adrain Engelberth(R).                      172
  • David Hurst (D).                                238

City Council Dist 5:

  •  Paul Lorey (R).                                121
  • Earl Schmitt (D).                               104

Huntingburg:

  • City Council at Large
    • Keith Souders (R).                 258
    • Tim Wehr (I).                           341
  • City Council Dist. 4
    • Jose Alfredo Dubon (R)           61
    • Amber Wahl (I).                        46
    • Ferdinand Town Council Dist 1
      • Don Farina (R).                  73
      • Ken Sicard (D).                296

Dubois County has 16, 407 registered voters.  1039 or .6.39% voted early.

Straight ticket is 241 (R), and 12  (D),roughly 5%.

Local Bands Advance to State Finals

Dubois County (NNDC):


Last weekend,  he Jasper Marching Wildcats, Southridge Marching Raider Band and Forest Park Marching Rangers all qualified for the Indiana State School Music Association’s marching band state finals to be held in Lucas Oil Stadium.

Jasper will be one of 10 bands performing in Open Class B at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Saturday. The group will take the field at 11:30 a.m.

Forest Park and Southridge will both compete in Open Class D. The Marching Raider Band will begin their final routine of the year at 6:55 p.m., and the Marching Rangers will play at 5:40 p.m.

The Marching Wildcats have now qualified for the finals in each of the past 30 seasons. Forest Park, the reigning Open Class D champion hasn’t missed the ISSMA finale since 2003. Southridge just barely missed the chance to go to state last season, ending a two-year streak that spanned 2016 and ‘17.

Last month, the Northeast Dubois Marching Jeeps made their fourth consecutive appearance in the ISSMA Scholastic Class Finals.

Whether you’re talking about the leaders and supporters who anchor the programs, or the long list of community music events, clearly, something is working.

This has created an intergenerational mix of fans that continue to invest in and support the still-thriving activity.

All three bands performed in near-freezing temperatures. But

That won’t be an issue this weekend, when the groups travel north to downtown Indianapolis to perform indoors at Lucas Oil  Stadium.

Dubois County Election Day is Here

Dubois County (NNDC):

 

Election day is here. All early voting locations are closed. A list of races outlined below:

Jasper:

  • City Council District 3, Republican Chad Lueken is running against Democrat Daniel Kreilein.
  • City Council District 4, Republican Adrian Engelberth is facing off against Democrat David Hurst.
  • City Council District 5, Republican Paul Lorey will challenge   Democrat Earl Schmitt.

In Huntingburg:

  • City Council At-Large, Republican Keith “Curly” Souders is running against Independent Tim Wehr.
  • City Council District 4, Republican Jose Alfredo Dubon is challenging Independent Amber Wahl.
  • In Ferdinand, there is one race on the ballot for Town Council District 1.  Republican Don Farina Sr. will take on Democrat Ken Sicard.

Almost 1,000 people turned out for early voting throughout the County.

Religous Appreciation Dinner Held (Click icon for pictures and videos)

Dubois County (NNDC):

An appreciation dinner was held at the Huntingburg Event Center to thank our religious leaders in serving the spiritual needs. A large crowd of over 470 in attendance.  The event was sponsored by local K of C members.

The event began with K of C members presenting the colors:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

State Deputy Paul Zielinski And keynote speaker speaks about the evening and the mission:

 

Other Speakers detail the ending, some receive Grant money:

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As the Old Saying Goes “Fall Back”

Indiana (NNDC):

Fall back. Winter time alarm clock. Vector icon.

It’s that time a year to reset clocks back one hour.

Daylight saving time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday, requiring Hoosiers and most of the nation to shift their clocks back one one hour.

This is the second and last change for 2019. Tle last was in the spring . That was when clocks moved forward an hour in March for daylight saving time which marks our return to standard time.

Indiana Facts

Indiana (NNDC):

September 29 – October 5

The Week in Indiana History


Ashbel Willard

1860     Indiana Governor Ashbel Willard died at the age of 39.  The first governor to die in office, he had served as Lieutenant Governor and Speaker of the Indiana House.  His body lay in state in the old Capitol in Indianapolis.  The duties of governor were assumed by Lieutenant Governor Abram Hammond.


1869     A steam engine exploded at the Indiana State Fair, killing 19 people and injuring over 100.  The engine had been part of a demonstration in the use of a power saw.  Pieces of machinery were found more than a quarter-mile away from the fairgrounds, which at that time were located in the area of 19th and Alabama Streets.  It is now the Herron-Morton Place neighborhood.


Dental1879     Classes began at the Indiana Dental College. The school was acquired by Indiana University in 1925 and is now one of the oldest dental colleges in the nation. One of the school’s best-known research projects resulted in the development of Crest toothpaste in the 1950s.

Register1925     The first retail Sears and Roebuck store opened in Evansville.  The company, the largest mail order business in America, believed that people living in cities would be more interested in shopping in stores rather than catalogs.  The Evansville store was successful and within a few years there were hundreds of Sears stores across the nation.

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Camera1950     Football fans saw their first college game on a live network television broadcast.  The Notre Dame/ North Carolina contest went over the air to 44 cities.  The TV crew boasted that their five cameras would cover all the excitement of the game.  The Irish won, 14 to 7.

Museum1976     The Indianapolis Children’s Museum opened at its new location at 30th and North Meridian Streets.  With nearly 500,000 square feet inside and the 29-acre Sports Legend Experience outside, it is the biggest and best children’s museum in the world.

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