• Watermelon Fest Prep Underway

    As we make our way closer to Summer, the Knox County Chamber of Commerce is already looking forward to one of the county’s biggest events: The Watermelon Festival. Executive Director
  • Pair Arrested Following Stabbing

    Vincennes Police have arrested two suspects in connection with a stabbing incident that took place in the 800 block of Upper 11th Street last night. 34-year-old Sean Brown is facing
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    Proposal Could Harm Threatened Species

    A change to the Endangered Species Act could harm plants and animals in Indiana that are awaiting federal help. A proposal by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service would get
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    Hoosiers Warned About Voter Participation Letter

    People across Indiana are contacting the Secretary of States office to report they’ve received letters that claim to be voting record audits. The letter from the “Indiana State Voter Report
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    State Kicks Off New School Cybersecurity Initiative

    Cybersecurity in schools is the focus of a new initiative from the Indiana Department of Education, and it includes thousands of dollars in funding for some schools. The initiative aims
  • Knox Co. Home Hit Hard by Fire

    Vincennes Township responded to the report of a structure fire Thursday afternoon. The call came in just before 12:30. When units arrived, the home in the 2700 block of South
  • RDC Approves Bond Resolution for Main St. Project

    The Vincennes Redevelopment Commission has passed a bond resolution for Phase One of the Main Street Project. At a special meeting held this morning, the RDC heard from Gary Smith
  • Old National Hosting May Food Drive

    Old National Bank has announced a local food drive to assist the Helping His Hands Community Outreach Center. Throughout the month of May, non-perishable foods can be dropped off at
  • Saturday Marks Free Comic Book Day

    While some may have their eye on Saturday because of Cinco De Mayo, Comic Book Fans will be celebrating something else. This year, Free Comic Book Day falls on May
  • Recent Study Examines Local Broadband Gaps

    Southern Indiana is seeing gaps in broadband availability but without addressing the access to it, these areas will struggle to develop economically, according to a recent study by the Purdue
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