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    GSH Lung Cancer Screening Hopes To Save Lives

    Good Samaritan Hospital is stepping up efforts to detect symptoms of Lung Cancer. Hospital President and CEO Rob McLin says they now offer low dose C-T lung screenings that have
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    Coroner Seeks Office Space

    Knox County Coroner Brian Hagen asked members of the Good Samaritan Hospital Board if it would be possible to relocate his office to the Hospital. Currently, the Coroner’s office is
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    North Knox Social Ministries Benefit From Food Drive

    Students at North Knox Junior and Senior High School are doing their part to make sure more people can enjoy Thanksgiving and Christmas this year. The Student Council completed its
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    Puckett Named Dean of Humanities

    Joan Puckett has been appointed dean of the Vincennes University College of Humanities. Puckett has been a member of the VU faculty for more than 25 years. She has taught
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    City Police Arrest 2 At Apartment Complex

    Vincennes Police arrested a local man following an incident at the Maple Oaks Apartments. 22-year-old Nicolas Twigg was arrested on a charge of criminal trespass and booked into the Knox
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    Landlords Continue to Oppose Housing Ordinance

    Landlords continue to feel the city is out to make money with the new housing ordinance. At a public meeting Monday night, several landlords felt that the city inspectors office was
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    Downtown Revitalization Moving Forward

    Planning to revitalize downtown Vincennes is in Stage One of the process. At Monday night’s Board of Works meeting, the contracts for the consultants over the down town revitalization were signed. Development
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    Hill Named New Executive Director of United Way

    Former Vincennes City Councilman Mark Hill has been named the new Executive Director of the United Way of Knox County. Hill will succeed Angie Goff, who is stepping down effective January
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    EPA Mandating Reduction in Phosphorus Levels

    The City of Vincennes, along with other municipalities across the state, are facing a mandate from the EPA to reduce the amount of phosphorus in their waste water stream. Monday,
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    State Police Beefing Up Patrols Over the Holidays

    Holiday time means Hoosiers are rushing around on state roadways. State figures show that Thanksgiving through New Years is an intense time for speeding, crashes, weather and alcohol-related crashes and fatalities.
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