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Davis Wuchner of Jasper, 6, left, dug a hole for planting a dogwood tree with help from his cousin Jacob Weinzapfel of Jasper, 7, and Davis’ siblings Jordan, 2, and Joel, 7, at the Dubois County Community Corrections Center on Saturday. The tree was in memory of the Wuchners’ father, James, who was the assistant director at the corrections center before he died of cancer last May. …

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