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  • Fatal fire claims man’s life, woman airlifted

    Fatal fire claims man’s life, woman airlifted

    A retired English professor at Vincennes University Jasper Campus was airlifted and her husband was reported deceased in a fire this morning at their home in Santa Claus.

  • Middle school to have new principal

    Middle school to have new principal

    Southridge Middle School will soon have new leadership while the corporation office will receive more help.

  • WWI letters go viral, touches family members

    WWI letters go viral, touches family members

    It’s been almost a century since the love letters Clement Berger sent home to his sweetheart Mary Borho in Jasper were first read. But ever since The Herald ran excerpts last Friday from the letters Clem wrote while training to fight in World War I, people all over the world have glimpsed the yellowed Knights of Columbus letterhead.

  • Surging Cats bag his-and-hers crowns

    Surging Cats bag his-and-hers crowns

    You’ll have to excuse the Jasper boys track team’s late-meet blunder. All this winning stuff is still a bit new.

  • Leathernecks choose woman to fill top post

    Leathernecks choose woman to fill top post

    Tina Moriarty of Portersville was sworn in Thursday as commandant of the Southern Indiana Leathernecks, becoming the first woman to hold the top post for the local veterans group.

  • Students bring van Gogh to life at art fair

    Students bring van Gogh to life at art fair

    A rainbow of Vincent Van Gogh-inspired self portraits of all the students at Tenth Street School greeted community members as they walked through the doors Thursday evening into a world of art.

  • Right-minded Rangers keep hard hits coming

    Right-minded Rangers keep hard hits coming

    The cuts didn’t change. The Rangers’ sweeping strides across the diamond in their win over host Northeast Dubois was a bit more metaphysical than retooling a swing.