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Drug Investigation Nets Double-Digit Arrests
A year-long investigation by Indiana State Police and the Washington Police Department resulted in the arrest of a number of individuals on drug charges Thursday. According to ISP, the investigation
City Prepping for Stellar Visit
Vincennes will have a chance to make their final pitch to receive funds through the Stellar Communities Program on Monday. State officials will get to see Indiana’s first city up
Animal Shelter to Accept 20 Post-Hurricane Dogs
The Vincennes Animal Shelter is doing their part to help out those recently impacted by Hurricanes. Those with fur and four legs, that is. This weekend, 20 dogs that were
Work on 6th & Main Lot Could Start Next Week
Vincennes City Engineer John Sprauge gave an update on the 6th & Main Street parking lot project at Thursday morning’s Redevelopment Commission Meeting. Sprague said he had been in contact
Pair of City Projects Nearing Completion
Levee Superintended Hunter Pinnell gave an update on a pair of projects that are ongoing in Vincennes at Thursday morning’s Redevelopment Commission meeting. Work being done on the south lawn
Cystic Fibrosis Walk Taking Place Sunday
The 6th annual Great Strides Cystic Fibrosis Walk takes place this Sunday on the Vincennes University Campus. Cystic Fibrosis is a life-threatening disease which attacks the lungs and digestive system.
Low Water Cancels VU Tube Race
Vincennes University’s Tube Race, scheduled for this Saturday at Kimmell Park, has been canceled due to low water levels in the Wabash River. The race is part of VU’s annual
Donnelly Urged To Defund Planned Parenthood
Students on a national bus tour stopped at Senator Donnelly's office to urge him to support defunding Planned Parenthood through the latest repeal effort.
Conservative Group Campaigns For Tax Reform
Americans for Prosperity says it wants comprehensive reform that makes taxes fairer, flatter and simpler for everyone.
Manufacturers Redouble Workforce Reform Goals
The state's top business sector says 2017 reforms didn't go far enough to realign existing workforce spending and create incentives to attract new workers.