While We Sleep

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    With the solitary beam of his flashlight to guide the way, jail officer Ross Nordhoff of Jasper checked on an inmate while collecting mail during one of his hourly security checks Feb. 13 at the Dubois County Community Corrections Center in Jasper. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Jail officer Ross Nordhoff of Jasper, left, released the handcuffs from a woman as she was dropped off just before 1 a.m. in the booking area by Huntingburg Police Officer Andrew Hammack, second from right, who handed paperwork to jail officer Jerry May of Jasper, right, at the Dubois County Community Corrections Center on Jan. 16 in Jasper. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    After 1 a.m., Anastasia Meneilly of Jasper chuckled with a patron while working her shift as a bartender Feb. 23 at YaggiÕs Bar & Grill in Jasper. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    As the crowd at YaggiÕs Bar & Grill in Jasper waned after 1 a.m., Anastasia Meneilly of Jasper wiped a table near the end of her bartending shift Feb. 23. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    While watching patrons at the bar, Anastasia Meneilly of Jasper counted money near the end of her bartending shift at YaggiÕs Bar & Grill on Feb. 23 in Jasper. Meneilly often works well after 1 a.m. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    While the night crew took a lunch break at 2:30 a.m., maintenance man Tom Gravatte of St. Meinrad oiled the chains on one of four the lines Jan. 30 at the MasterBrand Cabinets plant in Ferdinand. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Tom Gravatte of St. Meinrad has worked the night shift for nearly 30 years, seven of which have been dedicated to maintaining the lines at the MasterBrand Cabinets plant in Ferdinand. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Night nurse Marcy Weyer of Ferdinand gently washed the hair of a newborn born to Philip and Emily Hasenour of Jasper in the nursery at Memorial Hospital in Jasper on Jan. 22. ÒItÕs hard on your body, but good for your soul,Ó Weyer said of her job. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    At 4:15 a.m., night nurse Marcy Weyer of Ferdinand gently placed Emily HasenourÕs newborn daughter into her arms Jan. 22 in the maternity unit at Memorial Hospital in Jasper. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Night nurse Marcy Weyer of Ferdinand gently rocked newborn Lilly Faye Coleman back to sleep after bathing and feeding her Jan. 22 in the nursery at Memorial Hospital in Jasper. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Night nurse Marcy Weyer of Ferdinand gently placed a bow on the head of newborn Lilly Faye Coleman on Jan. 22 in the nursery at Memorial Hospital in Jasper. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    After giving each donut its signature twist, Florian SchmŸcker of Jasper delicately laid the dough on a pan Jan. 9 at Ofenhaus Bakery in Huntingburg. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Baker Florian SchmŸcker of Jasper rolled freshly risen dough for donuts Jan. 9 at Ofenhaus Bakery in Huntingburg. SchmŸcker quickly adjusted to arriving to work at 3:30 a.m. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    With a tray of freshly glazed donuts in hand, Florian SchmŸcker of Jasper stocked his display cases for early-morning customers Jan. 9 at Ofenhaus Bakery in Huntingburg. Rachel Mummey/The Herald