• GSH Offering Grief Camp

    Dealing with the death of a loved one can be hard, but it can be especially difficult for children. That’s why, Good Samaritan Hospice has announced a camp this fall
     
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  • New Brews Debut at Vincennes Brewing Co.

    Two new local beers have been released by the Vincennes Brewing Company. Charlie Bedwell and Chris Coffey, co-owners of the brewery, say the two new brews, Alice IPA and Virtue
     
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    Familes Push For Early Child Development Services

    Working families from all 50 states, including Indiana, visited Washington D.C. to ask Congress to invest more in early childhood services. This is the second year for the Strolling Thunder
     
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  • Knox Co. Sees Big Early Voting Numbers

    The Knox County Election office reports 1,613 people cast early votes ahead of today’s primary election. Monday was the final day to vote absentee. Knox County Clerk Terri Allen says
     
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  • Funding Approved for Downtown Projects

    The Vincennes Urban Enterprise Association Board of Directors has agreed to provide funding for a pair of downtown projects. Leah and Clint Richter appeared before the Urban Enterprise Association at
     
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  • UEA Still Working Towards Chamber Improvements

    Progress continues to be slow on upgrades to the Knox County Chamber of Commerce and Old Northwest Territory Art Guild in downtown Vincennes. Both locations are owned by the Urban
     
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  • KCSD Assisting with Pitts Funeral

    The Knox County Sheriff’s Department will be providing security in Sullivan County while officials attend funeral services for Slain Terre Haute Police officer Rob Pitts. Pitts died in a shootout
     
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  • Stamp Out Hunger This Weekend

    Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of………….Stamping Out Hunger! The 26th Annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive is set
     
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  • Students in Keith Clay's lab at Indiana University are working to develop a system that helps determine if it will be a bad year for mosquito and tick-borne diseases in Indiana. (Zach Herndon/WTIU)

    Tick Tests Often Inaccurate, Indiana Experts Say

    A recent Centers for Disease Control report shows that tick and mosquito-borne diseases have more than tripled in the U.S. since 2004. But if you find a tick on your
     
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  • Holcomb to Attend Grouseland Dinner

    Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb will be the featured speaker at the Grouseland Foundation’s annual dinner on Saturday, June 16th at Kimmell Park in Vincennes. Foundation President Shirley Rose says it
     
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