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  • Dubois Co: Another Operation Big Brother Case Resolved

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    The Dubois County Prosecutor’s Office reports another sentencing stemming from an “Operation Big Brother” drug arrest in June of 2014. As part of a negotiated plea agreement, 42-year-old Margaret “Faith” MacDonald of Huntingburg pled guilty on June 1st to Dealing in Methamphetamine in Dubois Superior Court. During sentencing Tuesday, Judge Mark McConnell sentenced MacDonald to […]

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  • Washington Man Arrested on DUI and Trespassing Charges

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    The Gibson County Sheriff’s Department arrested a Washington man early Tuesday morning following an incident at Toyota Boshoku in Princeton. 30-yer-old Andrew Greenwell had been terminated and escorted off the property. However, authorities say he returned and was found under the influence of an unknown substance standing at the front of the doors of the […]

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  • 150 Area Miners Laid Off at Area Sunrise Coal Mines

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    A total of 150 area coal miners will be affected by cut-backs at three Sunrise Coal-based mines in the area. Sunrise Coal spokeswoman Susan Jaworski says the largest number –103 jobs– will be cut at the Oaktown Black Panther mine. 43 more jobs will be cut at Sunrise’s Carlisle Mine, with four layoffs at Sunrise’s […]

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  • Huntingburg Announces ‘Stellar’ Housing Project

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    The city of Huntingburg has announced plans for a single-family housing development it says will help attract skilled workers to the community. Mayor Denny Spinner, Boxer Girl LLC and Jagoe Homes are partnering on the privately-funded project, which is expected to result in more than 120 homes. It is part of Huntingburg’s 2014 Stellar Communities […]

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  • High Waters Closes Beach At Patoka Lake’s Newton-Stewart State Recreation Area

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    Due to high water, the beach at Patoka Lake’s Newton-Stewart State Recreation Area is currently closed. The Osborne Fishing Pier is also CLOSED. Boaters should use extreme caution when passing under bridges, and watch for floating debris. …

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  • VPD: Auto Theft Arrest

    Vincennes Police arrested a Minnesota man Monday during an investigation of a suspicious vehicle parked behind the Arby’s Restaurant on Hart Street. Officers arrested 24-year-old Michael Rose for Possession of Stolen Property after it was learned the vehicle was stolen.

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