The Ferdinand Heimatfest kicks off !

  (NNDC) The Ferdinand Heimatfest takes place June 18-19, 2021, at 18th Street Park in Ferdinand, Indiana. Enjoy live music and entertainment, delicious food, a beer garden, and activities all weekend long. There is something for everyone to enjoy at the Ferdinand Heimatfest. Round up friends and family for the annual 3-on-3 basketball tournament, disc golf scramble, or volleyball games. Test your […]

Community Calendar

(Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many scheduled meetings, programs, and events have been postponed or cancelled. Before attending, one should check with the status of the event, if possible.) FRI JUNE 18 – VIRTUAL STORY HOUR ON FACEBROOK – Scheduled every Friday. Hosted by Huntingburg Library. Everyone welcome. FRI JUNE 18 – STORY TIME WITH MISS SHAE AT DUBOIS LIBRARY […]

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William R. “Bill” Lindeman, 78, Ferdinand

William R. “Bill” Lindeman, 78, of Ferdinand, died Tuesday June 15, at the Linda White Hospice House in Evansville. He was born in Huntingburg to Orval and Marcella (Gerlach) Lindeman. He was united in marriage to Donna G. Peach on November 24, 1962 at Saint Mary’s Church Rectory. Bill was a retired truck driver and was a coal miner at […]

Verena C. Schnaus, 91, Ireland

Verena C. Schnaus, 91, of Ireland, died Wednesday, June 16, at her home. She was born in Jasper January 6, 1930, to Dominic and Caroline (Mehringer) Schmitt. She married Leo Schnaus April 25, 1953, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Jasper. Verena was a homemaker and member of St. Mary Catholic Church in Ireland and its St. Anne’s Society. She […]

William J. “Bill” Pfister, 67, Jasper

William J. “Bill” Pfister, 67, of Jasper, died Tuesday, June 15, at his home. He was born in Jasper August 21, 1953, to Donald and Hilda (Scherer) Pfister. Bill was a 1971 graduate of Jasper High School. He worked for Indiana OSHA and BUSET for 18 years before founding and becoming president and CEO of Safety Training and Consulting, Inc. […]

Betty Lou Wilson, 89, Huntingburg

Betty Lou Wilson, 89, of Huntingburg, died Monday, June 14, at her home. She was born in Ebensburg, Pennsylvania, January 25, 1932, to Henry S. and Margaret (Zeiter) Reed. She married William L. Wilson January 19, 1951. Betty was a homemaker. She enjoyed reading, working crossword puzzles, embroidering, and being with her family. She is survived by one son, Melvin […]

Mid-States Corridor Update

Southern Indiana (NNDC): The federally-required Mid-States Corridor study is continuing. The Project Team expects to identify a preferred corridor for the improved highway connection later this year when the Tier 1 Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) is published. The DEIS is expected to be published this fall. It will compare benefits, impacts and costs of detailed alternatives and identify a […]

Notes Jokes & Quotes

  News Now Dubois County: With all the depressing things going on, News Now offers a little comic relief, interesting facts and inspirational quotes. Enjoy from News Now. Please comment if you like this periodic statement. Notes & Facts:  In 2008, a beach was stolen in Jamaica. About 500 truckloads of sand remain missing to this very day.  Julius Caesar […]

James L. Toby, 87, Huntingburg

James L. Toby, 87, of Huntingburg, died Sunday, June 13, at The Waters of Huntingburg. He was born in DeRidder, Louisiana, December 29, 1933, to Bernard and Vergie (Houk) Toby. He married Henrietta Lemond October 13, 1973, in Jasper. James retired from Breidenbaugh’s after 40 years of employment. After his retirement he worked for Mor For Less. He was a […]