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Princeton Daily Clarion

55th PHS Class of 66 reunion

PRINCETON — Princeton High School Class of 1966 met for their 55th reunion Sept 17-18-19. The reunion began Friday with a social gathering at Dick Clark’s. Saturday evening dinner at the Princeton Consevation Lake started off with recognition of our veterans and all others by Ann (Ross) Montgomery. Remembrance of classmates was presented by Susan (Selby) Poyner. Greg Goodson gave the invocation. The meal was provided by Kimm Beck Catering.
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New housing units coming to Petersburg

New housing units are coming to Petersburg. The Pike County EDC recently announced that New Hope Development Services will be developing 10 new housing units in Petersburg in 2022. The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) says $3.9 million in funding is available for two new affordable housing developments...
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Real Estate Transfers: 9/21

Redevelop Old Jasper Action Coalition Inc to City of Jasper lot 33 part McCrillus First Addition; part of vacated Anderson St; 0.359 acr part of NE 35 1S 5W, East ½. Mary C Lange, Clement M Lange Jr., and Clement M Lange Jr Revocable Trust U/T/A to Bradley A Wendholt and Bradley A Wendholt Revocable Trust 1.35 acr part of NW NW NW 27 3S 5W.
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Little and Junior Miss Herbstfest pageant set

HUNTINGBURG — The 2021 Huntingburg Herbstfest Little and Junior Miss Queen Pageant is set for 7:30 p.m. Friday at League Stadium at the Huntingburg City Park. A group of 14 contestants are competing for the title of 2021 Little Miss Herbstfest, who will be crowned by Little Miss Herbstfest 2019 Eliana Serrano. A group of 16 contestants are competing for the title of 2021 Junior Miss Herbstfest, who will be crowned by Junior Miss Herbstfest 2019 Ariana Leon. The Herbstfest starts Thursday and runs through Saturday at Huntingburg City Park, with the parade to follow at 2 p.m. Sunday.

Local officers graduate from Indiana Law Enforcement Academy

Two new area officers have graduated from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy. They include Deputy Derek Andrews with the Daviess County Sheriff’s Department and Officer Cody Hatton with the Washington Police Department. Each department recently congratulated the officers. Now that their training is completed, they will begin their duties at...

German American acquiring Citizens Union

JASPER — German American Bancorp, Inc. and Citizens Union Bancorp of Shelbyville, Inc. have announced a definitive agreement to merge Citizens into German American. Upon completion of the transaction, Citizen’s subsidiary bank, Citizens Union Bank of Shelbyville, Inc., will be merged into German American’s subsidiary bank, German American Bank. Under...

Victor J. 'Vic' Teder, 90, Jasper

Victor J. “Vic” Teder, age 90 of Jasper, Indiana, passed away at 8:48 am on Friday, September 17, 2021 at Brookside Village in Jasper, Indiana. Vic was born on the family farm in Celestine, Indiana on February 5, 1931 to William R. and Rose F. (Prechtel) Teder. He had two marriages. His first was to Helen Bachman on April 14, 1956. She preceded him in death on July 7th, 1984. His second marriage was to Nancy Schuch on July 3, 1988.

Kindness endures, the flowers are for you

The flowers are meticulously planted by hand with seeds so tiny that it only takes a teaspoon to create a brilliant splash of color on the busy street corner in Jasper. They are a gift from Leo Eckerle to the many occupants of the passing cars. He considers it his...

Ralph W. 'Bud' Crouse, 80, Haysville

Ralph W. "Bud" Crouse, age 80, of Haysville, Indiana, passed away at 8:43 a.m. on Sunday, September 19, 2021, University of Louisville Hospital, in Louisville, Kentucky. Bud was born in Martin County, Indiana, on June 16, 1941, to Walter and Gladys (Street) Crouse. He married Gladys Dorsam on July 1, 1961, in Christ Lutheran Church in Haysville, Indiana.

Officers, troopers involved in multi-county pursuit and manhunt

SPENCER CO. – On Friday night, an Indiana State Police Trooper from the Evansville District attempted to stop a vehicle for a traffic violation on I-64 in Warrick County. The vehicle failed to stop and the trooper initiated a vehicle pursuit. During the pursuit, the trooper witnessed a handgun being thrown from the vehicle. The pursuit continued from I-64 onto southbound US 231 in Spencer County. As the suspect vehicle turned onto US 231 the driver displayed such dangerous driving behaviors that the Indiana State Police discontinued the pursuit out of concerns for the safety of the motoring public.
Princeton Daily Clarion

Lady Tigers defeat PAC rival South Spencer on road

ROCKPORT — The Princeton Community Lady Tigers volleyball team has now won four straight matches as Monday they defeated Pocket Athletic Conference rival South Spencer 3-1 on the road. Princeton set the tone early with a 25-19 win in the first-set despite falling behind 3-1 early. They fell in the...

2021 Herbstfest Little and Junior Miss contestants

The 2021 Huntingburg Herbstfest Little and Junior Miss Queen Pageants are set for Friday, September 24, 2021, at League Stadium at the Huntingburg City Park starting at 7:30 p.m. EST. A group of 14 contestants is competing for the title of 2021 Little Miss Herbstfest, who will be crowned by...

WHS Class of 1971 gives back

The Washington High School Class of 1971 held their 50-year Reunion over the past weekend. Washington Community Schools says it was an eventful weekend which included a tour of Washington High School and North Elementary. The Class of 1971 also created a Legacy Fund to give back to their alma...

Scott D. Ross, 59, Vincennes

Scott D. Ross went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Friday, September 17, 2021 in Vincennes, Indiana. He was born on Tuesday, August 14, 1962 in Vincennes, Indiana to the union of Marvin D. Ross and Mary Joann Wolf Ross. Those left to cherish his memories include...

National Guard providing testing and vaccines in Ft. Branch

GIBSON CO., Ind. (WFIE) - The Indiana State Department of Health and the National Guard ARE providing COVID-19 testing and vaccines at the Vincennes University’s Fort Branch campus. It’s happening now through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. No appointment is necessary, but you can make one online with...
Washington Times-Herald

Bonus bucks being offered to move to southern Indiana

A trio of Southern Indiana counties are partnering with Radius Indiana on an experimental project to get people to move here. Daviess, along with Dubois and Martin counties, are offering $5,000 for people with specific talents to locate in their communities. “We are following what we are seeing in private...
Washington Times-Herald

WC falls short, 1-0

The Washington Catholic girls’ soccer team fell 1-0 to the South Spencer Lady Rebels on Saturday. The action saw both sides producing attacking runs and strong defensive play, but the Lady Rebels were able to tack on a score to pull ahead and seal the victory. The Lady Cardinals started...

2021 Miss and Teen-Miss Herbstfest crowned

The 2021 Herbstfest court was crowned Sunday evening. Judges named Karly Barnett the 2021 Miss Huntingburg Herbstfest. The 18-year-old is the daughter of Darrin and Shari Barnett of Huntingburg and is a senior at Southridge High School. She plans to attend IUPUI to major in pre-dentistry and hopes to become an orthodontist.

McAlister’s opening in Jasper

JASPER, Ind. (WFIE) - A new restaurant is opening its doors Monday morning in Jasper. McAlister’s Deli will open on Newton Street at 10:30 a.m. The day will start with a ribbon-cutting celebration and the first 95 guests in line will also be getting free sweet tea for a year.