• Knox Co. to Begin Search For Compliance Officer

    The Knox County Commissioners will soon begin advertising for a new position. The job, Code Compliance Officer, would primarily be enforcing ordinance violations and perhaps unsafe building codes as well.
     
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  • Marley Reportedly Accepts Plea Deal

    Lance Marley has reportedly accepted a plea deal in Gibson county. According to the Princeton Daily Clarion, the proposed deal would see Marley plead guilty and be sentenced to 55 years in prison,
     
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  • Authorities Warning Against Money Scam

    The Daviess County Sheriff’s Department is warning against a scam making it’s way through our area. According to Captain Jay R. Crew, a male scammer going by the name of
     
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  • 1,000+ Lose Power Due to Weekend Storm

    A dangerous mixture of thunderstorms and strong winds moved through our area Saturday, disconnecting the power to a number of homes. According to Leslie Beard, Director of Marketing and Member
     
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  • Semi Driver Charged After Sullivan Co. Crash

    A Carlisle man is facing charges after the semi he was driving crashed into a home in Sullivan County last week. Sullivan County Sheriff Clark Cottom says 59-year-old Daryl Shorter has been charged
     
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  • KC Recycling Helping With Unwanted Decorations

    Knox County Recycling is teaming up with Lowe’s to help you with your Holiday Decorations! We’ve all been there, faced with the question of what to do with broken and
     
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  • Vincennes Lions Club Seeing Early Success

    The newly revived Vincennes Lions Club is seeing early success. The club describes themselves as people who want to help, who want to make a difference, and who want to
     
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  • City Offices to Close Thursday & Friday

    As a reminder ahead of next week, all Vincennes City Government Offices will be closed Thursday & Friday, November 23rd & 24th in observance of Thanksgiving. Thursday’s trash will be
     
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  • Leaf Pick Up Continues This Week

    The second round of leaf pick up begins this. Week two of the leaf pick up will cover Main Street to Hart Street from 1st Street to Felt King Road,
     
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  • October marked the first time in six years the unemployment rate went up four consecutive months. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    Unemployment Grows For 4th Consecutive Month

    October marked the first time in six years the unemployment rate went up four consecutive months.
     
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