Gov. Mike Pence recently appointed Jasper native Therese Eutsler, PT, of Linden, a Sagamore of the Wabash on Monday, recognizing her commitment to make Indiana a better place to live and raise a family.
Students waived dollar bills in the air while they stood in line to buy pieces of duct tape to have their small part in sticking their principal to the wall. When the last strip was stuck, only Al Mihajlovits’s head remained uncovered.
When Dubois Strong President Ed Cole took over the county’s economic development group in October 2014, it was on the heels of a rethink.
Cole said the organization, about a year earlier, decided to focus on workforce development, specifically increasing the amount of new workers in Dubois County. Tied with Hamilton County at 3.9 percent for the lowest unemployment rate in Indiana, Dubois County has more jobs than people and thus Dubois Strong’s main focus has been on filling jobs, though the organization has led other initiatives and released a housing study last summer that found a need for more attractive, affordable housing options.
A young entrepreneur is opening a new business in Jasper’s downtown sector, and she’s looking to bring a personal touch to a corner of the market she’s passionate about.
Hannah Fuhs, 22, is in the final stages of preparing to open her new dog boarding and grooming business, Downtown Dog.