• Council Members Suggest Reviewing City Ordinances

    Vincennes City Councilman Tim Salters says council members need to review a number of existing city ordinances on the books. According to Salters, some of the ordinances date back to
     
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  • Local Deputy Arrested on Child Seduction Charges

    A Gibson County Sheriff’s Deputy has landed himself behind bars. Earlier in the year, the department had received a complaint against 29-year-old Deputy Daniel Greer, that he had sexual relations
     
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  • Marshall to Lead Lady Patriots

    Rick Marshall has been named the new Head Basketball Coach for the Rivet Lady Patriots. The coaching announcement was made Monday evening. Marshall formerly coached at North Knox for over
     
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  • Tecumseh Renovations Remain on Track

    The Vincennes Community School Board received an update on the renovation at Tecumseh Harrison Elementary at their meeting last night. So far, everything still seems to be going according to
     
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  • Parsley Urges VCSC to Apply for IDOE Grant

    Vincennes School Superintendent Greg Parsley gave a recommendation to the School Board at last night’s meeting to apply for the new Teacher Appreciation Grants through the Indiana Department of Education
     
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  • ONB Helping School Kids in Need

    Old National Bank has announced they will be lending a helping hand to children in need of school supplies. The “Tools For Schools” campaign is a community wide collection drive,
     
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  • Council Votes to Transfer $74k from EDIT Funds

    The Vincennes City Council had only one piece of business on their agenda last night–an ordinance appropriating funds for various services and projects. A total of 74-thousand dollars is coming
     
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  • U.S. Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.) speaks to a crowd in Whitestown, Indiana. (Jill Sheridan/IPB News)

    IN Senators Ready to Work On Health Care Bill

    Indiana Senators returning to Washington don't know if they'll be voting to repeal or replace.
     
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  • Pair of Public Meetings Scheduled for This Week

    The public will have an opportunity to voice their thoughts and opinions at a pair of public meetings this week. The first will be what Mayor Joe Yochum has deemed
     
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  • Severe Sunday Storm Hits Hard

    A large storm early Sunday morning left its mark on much of our area. Heavy rain, harsh winds and frequent lightning knocked over a number of trees and some power
     
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