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  • Pints of Goodness

    Pints of Goodness

    Maddux Marshall, 14, of Huntingburg, left, Jenny Polley of Holland, Breanne Rainey of Holland and Erin Marshall of Huntingburg pour homemade ice cream into pints for the Zoar Mosquito Festival at the Zoar United Methodist Church on Wednesday.

  • Conway brings years of experience to arts

    Conway brings years of experience to arts

    Later this month, Bryce Conway will begin working as the group’s event coordinator.

  • Court’s interpreter served Guatemalan mission

    Court’s interpreter served Guatemalan mission

    The nun serving as the Spanish language interpreter for the Dubois County Courts will tell you her life began in Guatemala.

  • Aders expects good things from Raiders

    Aders expects good things from Raiders

    Last fall was a bit of a mixed bag for the Southridge boys soccer team. It was the first season for coach Brandon Aders, and it took time for him to get comfortable with the Raiders and figure out how to maximize their skills and talents.

  • Former big leaguer looks for way back

    Former big leaguer looks for way back

    Former big league pitcher Johnny Barbato was in action Friday night at Huntingburg's League Stadium.

  • Schools roll out stop-arm cameras to start year

    Schools roll out stop-arm cameras to start year

    The four school corporations worked together to secure funding for 15 stop-arm cameras that were installed on school buses. The cameras record vehicles from the front as they approach a school bus and from behind as they pass.

  • Pats soccer has tightrope to walk

    Pats soccer has tightrope to walk

    Heritage Hills boys soccer coach Joe Asbury said the team has some holes to fill in if the Patriots want to keep pace with what they did last year, but believes he has the talent to shift around players to suit the Patriots’ needs.