Laurel Hubster, 15, from left, Emily Mathies, 17, Priscilla Olson, 17, Rilyn Rusher, 17, Paige Green, 17, and Lydia Shepherd, 17, all of Jasper, participated in the Country Heat workout class at Strassenfest in Jasper on Saturday morning.
Haliey Eckert of Jasper, 9, floated around a temporary pool in a large blow up ball on Saturday evening at Strassenfest in Jasper. This ride gives kids the chance to feel like they're walking on water or floating on the surface while staying dry.
Little Miss Strassenfest Kennedy Kunkel of Jasper, 8, right, covered her eyes after getting dizzy on the Tempest carnival ride during Strassenfest in Jasper on Saturday. Ava Claire Werne of Jasper, 8, left, and Tessa Werne of Jasper, 7, tried to keep their hands in the air for the entire ride.
Dean Vonderheide of Jasper harvested Cascade hops at White River Hops farm in Haysville on Thursday. Cascade is one of the most popular hops variety for craft beer brewers. This is Vonderheide's second year growing hops.
St. Charles Health Campus resident Tillie Niehaus petted a cat up for adoption at the Dubois County Humane Society in Jasper on Tuesday. Residents from St. Charles Health Campus visited the animal shelter to donate cleaning supplies as well as handmade dog treats and bandanas.
The Heritage Hills girls soccer team huddled before the game against Northeast Dubois at Heritage Hills High School in Lincoln City on Thursday. Heritage Hills beat Northeast Dubois 9-0.
The Southridge Raiders ran onto the field before the start of their season opener against Corydon Central at Southridge High School in Huntingburg on Friday. The Raiders beat the Panthers 21-14.
Herald Allen of Taswell, right, and Larry Ingle of Eckerty played Euchre during the tournament at Deb's Truck Stop in Birdseye on Thursday. The Birdseye Picnic begins Friday afternoon and continues through Saturday.
A crowd gathered to watch the 3-on-3 basketball tournament during the town of Birdseye's annual picnic at Birdseye Park on Saturday.
Southridge High School seniors Tristen Miller and Drew Dearing led the student section in a cheer before the start of the second half of the game against Corydon Central at Southridge High School in Huntingburg on Friday. The Raiders beat the Panthers 21-14.
Jasper's Riley Merder and Jocelynn Morrow struggled to defend after Heritage Hills' Sydney Scherry spiked the ball over the net during the game at Heritage Hills High School in Lincoln City on Tuesday. The Patriots beat the Wildcats three sets to none.
The Heritage Hills Patriots dove into a huddle before the start of the game against Tell City in Lincoln City on Friday. The Patriots beat the Marksmen 20-3.
Fifth Street School first-graders Kaylee Ayala, left, and Benny Jones sat next to a bear from the Riley Children’s Foundation on Friday. Their classmate, Milagro Alfaro Lopez, recently had open-heart surgery and is recovering at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. Donated by Speedway, the gasoline and convenience store chain, through the Bear in the Chair program, the bear will sit at Lopez's desk until she returns to school.
Cassidy Riecker of Celestine, 10, front center, and Elijah Kerby of Nicholson Valley, 9, right, practiced drop kicks with their Northeast Dubois Youth Soccer team, the Thunder, in Celestine on Tuesday.
Kaden Meunier of Ferdinand, 9, center, huddled with his new Broncos teammates during SP&F Flag Football Draft Day at Ranger Field in Ferdinand on Wednesday. Over 50 second-, third-, and fourth-graders were drafted onto six different flag football teams.