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    CTC Program Making A Difference

    A local program continues to educate youth about tobacco, drug and alcohol prevention. Communities That Care, which involves Knox and Sullivan counties, is half way through another year of reaching
     
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    Public Intox Law “Not Unconstitutionally Vague”

    The state Supreme Court says Indiana‘s public intoxication law is not unconstitutionally vague. The court ruled unanimously against a challenge to the law from a man from Indianapolis who was
     
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    RDC Future Development of the Old K-mart Property

    Future development of the old K-mart property in Vincennes was discussed at Thursday’s Redevelopment Commission meeting.  Heath Klein, who now owns the land off of Hart Street, presented future development
     
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    State Road 61 Open For The Holidays

    State Road 61 will reopen to traffic later today in Monroe City, and will remain open for the rest of the Holiday Season. Indiana Department of Transportation contractors will return to
     
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    Knox County Court News

    54-year-old Jefferey A. Westfall appeared before Judge Tim Crowley for a change of plea, plea acceptance and sentencing hearing this week. Westfall pled guilty to Maintaining a Common Nuisance, a
     
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    EPA Decides If Coal Ash is a Hazardous Material

    Today is the day when the EPA decides if coal ash is a hazardous material, and both sides of the environmental argument about coal are curious, and cautious.  Tim Maloney
     
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    State Revenue Forecast

    Governor Mike Pence says he‘s encouraged by the 2015-2017 state revenue forecast that shows modest economic growth for Indiana.  The Governor says the forecast allows him to continue to push
     
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    Parks Board Takes Precautions Against Ash Borer

    Plans are moving forward to cut down Ash Trees around Vincennes.  Vincennes Tree Board member Ryan Lough told the Vincennes Parks Board last night that 59 trees should be cut
     
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    New CASA Volunteers Sworn In

    Ten new Knox County CASA Volunteers accepted their Oath of CASA Service Wednesday. The 10 were sworn in by Superior Court 1 Judge Timothy Crowley. The ten new volunteers join the efforts
     
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  • Economic

    State Economic Development President in Vincennes

    The President of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, Eric Doden, spoke at a luncheon on Wednesday with multiple community leaders. At the lunch in he shared success stories of economic development
     
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