Internships can tell a student a lot about their desired career path. Most of the time, that happens later in the student’s education; however, high school seniors across the county are getting the opportunity to intern in various fields, molding their future career plans before they even graduate high school.
Angel Serrano’s family came to the U.S. from El Salvador for a better life. That’s also why he and his wife relocated from Los Angeles to Dubois County. And now, thanks to hard work and dedication, the Jasper man runs a successful Jasper business, La Frontera Haircuts.
A love for the outdoors runs deep in the Kline family’s blood. If you’re looking for the Dubois family on any given weekend from mid-February through Thanksgiving, there’s a good chance you’ll find them at their spot down on the Ohio River.
When Jasper thinks fall football, it looks toward Friday nights when the varsity team takes the field at Jerry Brewer Alumni Stadium. But this past season has seen a different set of athletes strap on cleats (and flags) in search of gridiron glory.
Some raise mums and move boulders. Others bring your party ice or teach your children. A combination of long shifts and off-duty stretches turn a big percentage of cops, paramedics and others in emergency services into multiple jobholders.
Life hasn’t been the same for teens Max and Sophie Birge since the death of their father, Greg, in July. But, just like their dad faced his fears during his nearly four-year bout with colon cancer, the siblings are facing theirs and putting up a fight.