• 2nd & Niblack Officially Open

    The intersection of 2nd and Niblack in Vincennes has officially re-opened The intersection was closed for most of 2017 while crews from Weddle Brothers Construction work to raise the intersection
     
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  • City Seeking Citizen Help with Comprehensive Plan

    The City of Vincennes is requesting your opinion on what the future holds! In November, the city hosted a meeting to discuss ideas for it’s comprehensive plan. The initial hope
     
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  • Duke Offering Winter Energy Assistance

    Duke Energy is once again assisting customers who may struggle to pay their winter energy bills. The company is contributing $600,000 for low-income customer energy assistance through its Helping Hand
     
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  • Battle of the Badges Returns Today

    Members of the Vincennes Police and Fire Department’s will be taking part in the 2nd annual “Battle of the Badges” today at the Vincennes Wal-Mart. The event is a fund-raiser
     
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  • Soy beans (Nick Janzen/IPB News)

    Farmers Get Ag-gressive On Soil Health

    Healthy soils have more nutrients, stay on the field, and are rich in life.
     
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  • ISTA President, Teresa Meredith outlines the union's priorities in 2018. (Jeanie Lindsay/IPB News)

    IN Teacher’s Union Spells Out Next Year Priorities

    The Indiana State Teachers Union says educators feel disrespected, and it plans to work on changing that next year.
     
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  • Vinncennes Leaf Pickup to Continue Through Dec.

    The City of Vincennes has made the decision to extent the 2017 leaf pick up schedule for the remainder of December. According to a press release, the Street and Sanitation
     
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  • VU Seeing Slip in Enrollment

    Vincennes University is expecting another dip in enrollment as we move closer to the Spring semester. Heidi Whitehead, Director of Admissions at VU, told members of the Board of Trustees
     
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  • Friday Marks 5 Yr. Anniversary of Badger Murder

    This Friday, December 8th will mark the 5th anniversary into the unsolved murder of a rural Sullivan County man. 85-year-old Lowell Badger was found dead from a gunshot wound on
     
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  • 1972 Hosting eSports Gaming Tournament

    The KCARC will host its first annual e-sports gaming tournament later this month. Announcing the event on the 1972 Community Center Facebook page, the organization will hold the tournament on
     
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