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Business

  • Jasper Engines announces changes in company leadership

    JASPER – Jasper Engines & Transmissions has announced the following changes within the company’s leadership positions.
    John Schroeder has been named vice president of drivetrain manufacturing. Schroeder will coordinate the transmission divisions at Jasper, Crawford County and Willow Springs, Mo., along with the differential division at the Jasper facility. He has served roles in the Human Resources, Division Manager of Crawford Transmission and the Jasper Production System over his 12 years with the company.

  • Huber Funeral Home helps bring joy to troops serving overseas

    TELL CITY – Huber Funeral Home, a professional Pekin Insurance pre-need agency in Tell City and Cannelton, made the holidays more meaningful and merry to troops overseas by participating in a recent “Care of the Troops with Life” sales contest, a press release stated.
    Fore every life insurance application Huber’s submitted during the contest, monetary funds were donated to the USO Operation Care Package program, whose goal is to support soldiers, marines, sailors and airmen through care packages and letters of encouragement.

  • Weatherholt, Robling offer services at Domestic Goddess

    TELL CITY – Massage therapists Ruthie Weatherholt and Leah Robling have joined Domestic Goddess.

    Weatherholt has run Holistic Massage and Body Works for more than 12 years in Tell City. She offers Swedish, stone and pregnancy massages, aroma therapy, LED light therapy, craniosacral therapy and more. She was voted best massage therapist in the Perry County News 2012 Best of contest.
    She will be available Tuesday through Saturday by appointment. Call 719-3788 or 547-8477 to schedule an appointment. Gift certificates are also available.

  • Ferdinand Farmers Mutual directors receive professional designations from national grocery

    FERDINAND – Two board members for Ferdinand Farmers Mutual Insurance Co. in Ferdinand received Farm Mutual Director Certification designations from the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies. 
    Jim Kemper and Alan Weyer were among 68 farm mutual directors recognized during NAMIC’s 117th annual convention in September. 
    NAMIC launched the Farm Mutual Director Certification Program in 2007 to recognize farm mutual insurance company board members for their educational accomplishments and their dedication to professionalism.

  • Summer PCMH donations announced

    TELL CITY — The Perry County Memorial Hospital Foundation donations May, June, July and August 2012, have been announced.

  • Underwood joins Uebelhor & Sons

    JASPER – Chris Underwood has joined Uebelhor & Sons in Jasper as an Internet sales consultant. Underwood graduated from Southridge High School and now lives in Jasper with his wife and three children.
    He invites all his friends and associates to stop in so he can help them with their automotive needs. Underwood can by reached by calling (812) 482-2222 or (800) 937-8721. Customers can also send e- mail to cunderwood@uebelhorandsons.com.

  • Ubelhor accepting clients at The Cutting Edge

    TELL CITY – Professional hairstylist Brandon Ubelhor is now accepting clients at the Cutting Edge salon in Tell City.

    His services include cuts, color, waxing and video production hair and make-up.
    He is a former colorist for Miss America 2012 Laura Kaeppler and was a makeup artist for Red-Ridge Entertainment in Nashville.
    Ubelhor’s hours at the salon are noon to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday.
    Appointments can be made by calling 547-8995 or (615) 972-1024.

  • Hagan joins Century 21

    TELL CITY – Century 21 Arnold and Associates announced recently the addition of Linda Hagan to its team of real-estate professionals.

  • United Way offers free workshop

  • Forage program offers cost-sharing benefit

    PERRY COUNTY – The Perry County Soil and Water Conservation District has received a Clean Water Indiana Grant to be used for a cost-sharing program for pasture and land used for hay production.

    The purpose of this cost-share program is to provide technical and financial assistance to Perry County landowners for pasture and hay land planting this fall.