• Housing Market in Indiana

    If you’re looking to buy a house in Indiana, Chris Davis reports 2019 might be your year…
     
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  • VU Chinese New Year Celebration

    Vincennes University is inviting the public to take part in an international celebration this evening! The VU Office of International Affairs will host a Chinese New Year celebration dinner, featuring traditional Chinese dishes
     
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  • Proposed Change in IN. Law Regarding Pres. Ballot

    A proposed change in Indiana law could add or subtract candidates from next year’s presidential primary ballot. Getting on Indiana’s ballot requires 45-hundred signatures from registered voters. The Senate will
     
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  • Indiana Joins SkillSPAN

    Indiana will be one of ten states to join SkillSPAN, the first nationwide network of non-partisan organizations working together to drive workforce policy wins in more than twenty-five states over
     
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  • Now Accepting Applications for PEYA

    Applications are now being accepted for the President’s Environmental Youth Award (PEYA) and The Presidential Innovation Award for Environmental Educators Award. The EPA is looking for applications that shine a light
     
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  • American TV Commercials & Chinese Culture

    Today marks the Chinese New Year, and as part of the countdown to Vincennes University’s event this evening, the University’s Office of International Affairs took a look at how American
     
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  • Three More Join the Race in Municipal Elections

    Three more Knox County residents filed to run in the 2019 Municipal Elections on Monday. Current Vincennes City Councilwoman Traci Breece is seeking re-election for her District 2 seat. Breece was recently
     
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  • Main Street 400 Block Road Closures

    You can expect more road closures on Main Street in Vincennes in the coming weeks. Last week, high winds caused bricks to fall from the top of a building in the 400
     
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  • Bill sponsor Sen. Mark Stoops (D-Bloomington, left, and bill author Sen. J.D. Ford (D-Indianapolis), right, held a press conference urging the public to tell the utilities committee to hear the net metering legislation. (Rebecca Thiele/IPB News)

    Bill To Bring Back Net Metering Unlikely To Get A Hearing

    A bipartisan bill in the state Senate would bring back higher rates for net metering in Indiana. At a press conference on Monday, sponsors of the bill urged supporters to
     
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    Indiana Tops List For Potential Jobs Impacted By Automation

             <img src=”/sites/indiana/files/styles/default/public/201902/order_kiosk-tdorante10-wikimedia_commons.jpg” alt=”(Tdorante10/Wikimedia Commons)”> Indiana is the most manufacturing heavy state in the country – but a new report says the top of that list may not be the
     
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