• Shake Library Hosting D&D Event

    Describe as legendary fantasy role-playing game, area residents are invited to step into boots of might heroes and create their own stories next week! The Shake Learning Resource Center at
  • VU Offering Dog Obedience Training

    A dog obedience class will be offered at Vincennes University starting next week. The course, which runs through the end of October, works with owners and their dogs to each
  • U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks (R-Carmel) speaks to media. U.S. Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.), left, and FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr, right, applaud Indiana's leadership on 5G technology. (Samantha Horton/IPB News)

    FCC Commissioner Rolls Out 5G Plan

    Indiana is leading efforts to implement 5G technology – internet access that relies on smaller wireless technology. But a proposal from the Federal Communications Commission mirrors a somewhat unpopular move the Indiana
  • Rye field (Neurovelho/Wikimedia Commons)

    Indiana Rye Seeds Less Viable This Year, Have Weeds

    More Indiana farmers are planting rye as a cover crop and selling the seeds. But experts with the Office of Indiana State Chemist (OISC) says that could lead to a
  • Two Dead After Weekend Crash

    Indiana State Police say alcohol is believed to be a factor in a two-vehicle crash in Gibson County Saturday night in which two people were killed and another person was
  • GSH Suicide Prevention 5k This Weekend

    Good Samaritan Hospital will look to increase awareness for suicide prevention this weekend. Beginning Saturday morning at 8:30, the hospital is hosting the Suicide Prevention 5k at Kimmell Park in
  • Chamber Event to Focus on Workplace Conflict

    The public is invited to take a closer look at Conflict Resolution in the Workplace. A Lunch and Learn workshop is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, September 12th from
  • County Paving Pushed Back

    The Knox County Highway Department has pushed back paving operations set to begin this week. Originally, paving was set to begin today on Cattle Barn Road. That project, which remains the
  • Pantheon Board to Meet Tuesday

    The Board formed to manage the future of the Pantheon Business Theatre project will meet this afternoon. It will be the first meeting of the Board since Knox County found
  • Western corn rootworm — a common pest for Indiana farmers (Sarah Zukoff/Flickr)

    Warming Could Make Pests Eat More, Study Says

    A recent study shows rising global temperatures are likely to make pests hungrier, but researchers disagree about what impact that would have on Indiana. The study in the journal Science
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