• Chamber Announces Servant, Educator of the Year

    A member of the Knox County Sheriff’s Department will receive the Public Servant of the Year Award during the Knox County Chamber of Commerce’s banquet later this month. Deputy Doug Roberts is being
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    Study Examines ACA Impact On Cognitive Impairment

    An Indiana researcher co-authored the first study to look at whether or not an annual wellness visit improves the detection of cognitive impairment. A 2011 mandate of the Affordable Care
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    National Review Criticizes IN Teacher Prep Programs

    A national report that evaluates teacher prep programs highlights some shortfalls in Indiana, but one education professional says it doesn’t quite tell the whole story. The National Council for Teacher
  • A new national poll shows a potential spike in young people voting in this year’s midterm elections. (Daniel Morrison/Flickr)

    Poll Shows Potential Spike In Young Voter Turnout

    A new national poll shows a potential spike in young people voting in this year’s midterm elections. Thirty-seven percent of people under the age of 30 say they will definitely
  • Rump, Bouchie Named Chamber Award Winners

    The Knox County Chamber of Commerce has announced the recipient of the 2018 Chamber’s “Business Woman of the Year” award is Lynne Rump. The award recognizes someone who has made
  • Holcomb Honors Local Businesses

    A handful of local businesses were among those honored by Governor Eric Holcomb Wednesday. The Governor honored 44 Indiana companies with the Governor’s Century or Half Century Business Award, recognizing
  • Increased Patrols a Success in Knox County

    A recent impaired and dangerous driving patrol is being considered a success by local law enforcement. For a period of 24 days, the Vincennes Police Department and Knox County Sheriff
  • Hoosiers who use paper to file their taxes must have them in the mail by April 17. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    Tax Filing Deadline Approaches

    Hoosiers have a little less than a week left to file their taxes for 2017. Those who file their state and federal taxes online can submit electronically any time before
  • Campaign Seeks New Kimmell Park Playground

    Vincennes will soon have a new playground along its historic riverfront, thanks to a recently launched crowdfunding campaign. The campaign, sponsored by the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority and
  • KCARC, RCS Named Businesses of the Year

    KCARC has been named the recipient of the Knox County Chamber of Commerce’s “Large Business of the Year” Award. The organization will be recognized during the Chamber’s Annual Awards Dinner
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