• Contract Awarded for Blighted Home Work

    Another pair of blighted homes will soon be coming down in Vincennes. Upon a recommendation from City Inspector Phil Cooper, the Board of Works awarded a contract to raze homes
     
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  • Library Closure Taking Place This Week

    As a reminder, the Knox County Public Library will be closed this Thursday as library staff undergo a number of training exercises. Among those exercises will be customer service training,
     
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  • Bicknell Makes Retirement Account Decision

    The Bicknell City Council approved an annuity savings retirement account option offered by the Indiana Public Employee Retirement System. The benefit will be offered to employees who are considered full
     
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  • Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers speaks at an annual event in the statehouse. (Jeanie Lindsay/IPB News)

    COMM: More Confidence Needed in Higher Ed

    The public’s confidence in higher education needs to improve. That was the message from Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers during this year’s annual address. Lubbers says despite more
     
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  • Charges Filed in Knox Co. Double Drowning Case

    A pair of criminal charges have been filed against a Knox County man accused of driving drunk in an accident that killed his wife and another woman. According to the
     
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  • BoW Hosting Special Meeting for Main St. Project

    Bids are expected to be open for Phase One of the Main Street Project next week. Vincennes Mayor Joe Yochum says a special meeting of the Board of Works is tentatively
     
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  • ‘Hot’ Idea Could Mean Money for Rivet Senior

    A student from Rivet High School is in the finals of the Innovate WithIn Pitch competition held today at the Indiana State Museum in Indianapolis. Rivet Senior Isabel miller is competing
     
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  • KCDC Announces CEO Trade Show

    The inaugural class of the Knox County CEO program will be hosting a trade show next month to feature their individual businesses. Knox County Development Corporation President Kent Utt says each student
     
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  • Local Arrest Report – 4.9.18

    -A local man is being held in the Knox County Jail on a charge domestic battery. 40-year-old William Hunley was arrested over the weekend by the Knox County Sheriff’s Department.
     
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  • Voters don’t need a reason to vote early in-person, unlike when casting absentee ballots by mail. (Steve Burns/WTIU)

    Early Voting For May Primary Begins Tuesday

    Hoosiers have until the end of the day Monday to register to vote in the May 8 primary election. And the first in-person ballots can be cast beginning Tuesday. Hoosiers
     
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