• Holcomb in State of the State Address

    Governor Holcomb wants legislators to boost teacher pay by shoring up their pension fund. Holcomb announced in his State of the State address he’ll seek $150 million dollars to cover
     
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  • Pace Accepting Applicants for Scholarship

    Pace Community Action Agency is aiming to help high school seniors prepping to make the leap to college. Pace is now accepting applications from students in Knox, Daviess, Sullivan and
     
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  • Paint the Plow

    The Indiana Department of Transportation is inviting local schools to show their creativity. The 2019 Paint the Plow campaign will see each INDOT district across the state invite local high
     
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  • Library Board Updates

    Renovations to the women’s restroom at the Knox County Public Library is expected to get underway today. The project is part of a makeover which includes the restroom facilities at the Fortnightly Club.
     
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  • Commissioner Appointments

    The Knox County Commissioners made a number of appointments at their meeting last night. Rick Carroll and Harold Hensley were reappointed as County Maintenance Director and Veterans Affairs Officers respectively.
     
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  • Knox County Poor Farm Update

    We now know more about the future of the Knox County Poor Farm. Much of the 2nd half of 2018 was filled with discussions about the location on South Hart
     
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  • Shelter House Bids Higher Than Expected

    The Vincennes Board of Works received an unwelcome surprise at their meeting last night. The Board opened a pair of bids for restoration work to be done at Gregg Park
     
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  • Council Names New President, VP

    The Vincennes City Council has shuffled their leadership positions. At their meeting Monday evening, the Board was unanimous in naming At-Large City Councilman Duane Chattin as their President. Chattin then nominated
     
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  • City Projects Remain on Schedule

    A handful of Vincennes city projects continue to progress. At their meeting last night, the Board of Works heard from City Engineer John Sprague, who first provided an update on
     
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  • Only One Candidate Files for Vacant Council Seat

    Only one local Democrat has stepped forward to fill a vacant seat on the City Council. Knox County Clerk David Shelton says Democrat Traci Breece was the lone Democrat from
     
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