• Knox Co. Encounters IT Snag

    Some County IT Work now sits at a standstill. The Knox County Commissioners heard from Brett Dawson with DawsForce Technologies at their meeting Tuesday. Dawson revealed he had been informed
     
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  • County Awards Highway Material Contracts

    The Knox County Commissioners have awarded a series of contracts for the new year. At their meeting Tuesday evening, the Commissioners heard from County Highway Superintendent Benji Boyd, who made
     
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  • Library Board Appoints 2019 Officers

    The leaders of the Knox County Library Board will remain the same in 2019. At their meeting Tuesday afternoon, the Board voted unanimously to keep their current officers in place.
     
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  • Fortnightly, KCPL Reno Discussions Continue

    The Knox County Public Library Board received an update on upcoming renovations at a pair of facilities. Architect Larry Donovan was present at Tuesday evenings meeting, telling Board Members that
     
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  • Indiana Impacted by Corn Recall

    Del Monte has announced a recall on thousands of products over fear they might contain life-threatening bacteria. Over 64,000 cases of incompletely sterilized Fiesta Corn, filled with red and green
     
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  • The 2019 budget-writing session of the General Assembly will begin Jan. 3. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    IN Corp. Tax Revenue Growth Expected to Stall

    Growth in corporate tax collections – the third largest source of state revenue – is expected to stall in the second year of Indiana’s next budget. It’s partly why lawmakers
     
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  • Davis Sentenced to Time Plus Probation

    18-year-old Donovan Davis will spend the next nine years of his life under the supervision of the Indiana Department of Corrections. Davis is the former Lincoln High School student who
     
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  • VPD Wins Recorded-Breaking Battle of the Badges

    It was a record breaking year for the 2018 Battle of the Badges. The annual competition pits the Vincennes City Fire Department against the Vincennes Police Department to see who
     
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  • VCSC to Receive Trauma Training

    The Vincennes Community School Corporation will soon be doing more to help students who have experienced trauma. At their meeting last night, the Board heard from Dave Hill, who proposed
     
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  • Vigo Renovations Remain on Track

    Renovations at Vigo Elementary remain on schedule. The Vincennes Community School Board heard from Rochelle Gardner from Garmong Construction at their meeting last night, who provided an update on the
     
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