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  • Award reflects graduates’ precious legacy

    Award reflects graduates’ precious legacy

    In the early days of Precious Blood School, the students attended Mass every day and they couldn’t go to recess until they’d finished their peas.

  • Jasper native’s musical skills worth trumpeting

    Jasper native’s musical skills worth trumpeting

    On Sunday, a Jasper High School graduate will celebrate years of work with a public trumpet solo performance that only a select few are invited to play each year.

  • POW-erful Learning

    POW-erful Learning

    Holy Family School fourth-grader Riley Fischer adjusted her mask Wednesday during an activity for “Theme Day” during a Catholic Schools Week celebration at the Jasper school.

  • Wrestlers eye records, big and small

    Wrestlers eye records, big and small

    The primary goal for all wrestlers is to survive from one weekend to the next, but everybody’s got their bonus objectives in the back of their minds.

  • Be cool: Laid-back leader sparks Ranger rally

    Be cool: Laid-back leader sparks Ranger rally

    There’s a reason Knies earned the superlative “Most Laid-Back” in the senior class. Yes, she’s a fan of Bob Marley. But there’s more: She rarely panics.

  • Girls already motivated to get on the run

    Girls already motivated to get on the run

    By the end of one hour, participants in the Girls on the Run inaugural session had increased their confidence as well as their heart rates.

  • From star to sub, players roll with different role

    From star to sub, players roll with different role

    From star to scrapper. Big-time to busting butt for more time. As many players adjust from roles in the spotlight to ones among the supporting cast, the question is simple: Why do it?

  • Zest for the best drives Corvette sales

    Zest for the best drives Corvette sales

    Ball, a Huntingburg resident and salesman at the Uebelhor car dealership, is the only man in Dubois County certified to sell Corvettes.

  • Evansville museum exhibits works by Ferdinand artist

    Evansville museum exhibits works by Ferdinand artist

    Recent mixed media work by artist and educator Curtis R. Uebelhor of Ferdinand are being featured in the John Streetman Alcove at the Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science, 311 SE Riverside Drive, through March 29.