USDA to Send $6B in Farm Aid

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture says it’ll initially send farmers half of the $12 billion promised as restitution for damage caused by President Donald Trump’s trade war with China. Of
  • The number of Level 6 felons in county jails increased about 37 percent in the last year. (WFIU/WTIU)

    Sheriffs Ask For County Jail Per Diem Increase

    Indiana sheriffs say the money they get to house Department of Correction inmates needs to increase. Counties currently get a $35 per diem for every Level 6 felon they house
  • Vincennes Railroad Closings Announced

    As a reminder, a total of six of railroad crossings will be closed beginning today in Vincennes. According to City Engineer John Sprague, the following crossings will be closed for
  • County Announces Resurfacing Schedule

    The Knox County Highway Department has announced the tentative road resurfacing schedule for the first half of September. According to County Highway Superintendent Benji Boyd, Cattle Bard Road between Decker
  • Fmr. Mayor, Family to be Honored at Gregg Park

    A former Vincennes Mayor and his family will soon be memorialized in Gregg Park. Recently, the Vincennes Parks Department was contacted by Joe Kimmell III. Kimmell’s Grandfather, also named Joe
  • Officers Investigate Dubois Co. Death

    Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating the death of a Dubois County man who was found dead at the scene of an ORV accident Sunday evening 60-year-old Jeremy Terwiske was riding on
  • Holscher Recognized as Teacher of the Year

    Amy Holscher has been named as the Knox County Farm Bureau Teacher of the Year. She was congratulated by the Vincennes Community School Corporation at their board meeting Monday night.
  • Autumn on Main Set for Return

    INVin’s Autumn on Main event will officially return this year. The groups’ Executive Director Ellen Harper appeared before the Vincennes Board of Works last night to straighten out a few
  • Rainbow Beach Eyeing Remodel Anniversary

    After another successful year at Rainbow Beach, the Vincennes Parks Department already has their sights set in next year’s pool season Parks Superintendent Steve Beaman explains that next year will
  • (Jeanie Lindsay/IPB News)

    Solutions Offered to Better Regulate Virtual Schools

    A handful of national charter school experts offered recommendations to state officials Monday on how to better regulate Indiana’s virtual schools. Virtual charter schools nationwide, and in Indiana, face a
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