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  • Protect & Serve: Officer Jason Knies

    Protect & Serve: Officer Jason Knies

    As school resource officer for Greater Jasper Consolidated schools, it’s Jasper Police Department Officer Jason Knies’ job to protect. However, he wears other hats in his role.

  • Far from a quiet farewell

    Far from a quiet farewell

    Seven staff members, a majority of whom have been with the Southeast Dubois County School Corporation for decades, will retire after this school year.

  • Weekend events set to honor Memorial Day

    Weekend events set to honor Memorial Day

    Several events are planned across the area this weekend in honor of Memorial Day.

  • 73 Dubois seniors set to graduate

    73 Dubois seniors set to graduate

    The Northeast Dubois High School class of 2018 will graduate at 6 p.m. Saturday in the high school gymnasium.

  • Heritage Hills seniors graduate Saturday

    Heritage Hills seniors graduate Saturday

    The Heritage Hills class of 2018 will graduate at 3 p.m. CDT Saturday at the Lincoln Amphitheatre. Diplomas will be awarded to 156 students.

  • Cats thrive in underdog role en route to title victory

    Cats thrive in underdog role en route to title victory

    They say there’s no crying in baseball, but the same “they” are noticeably silent when it comes to softball teams winning sectional titles.

  • Pats complete comeback bid for sectional title

    Pats complete comeback bid for sectional title

    Even when things looked bleak, the Heritage Hills softball team never lost confidence — especially when senior Maddie Fuller realized who Heritage Hills had coming up to bat to start the seventh inning.

  • Collection displays resort’s 173-year history

    Collection displays resort’s 173-year history

    A presentation at 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday will show guests pieces from the French Lick Resort’s artifact collection.