• New Program to Help CMS Students Learn Language

    Clark Middle School will soon be doing more to help those students still learning the English language. CMS Principal Ryan Clark appeared before the School Board Monday, requesting permission to
     
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  • Competition, Materials Bump Cost of Franklin Project

    State law is bringing a change for the renovation at Franklin Elementary School that will give the Vincennes Community School Corporation some extra financial flexibility. At the beginning of their meeting last night,
     
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  • Vigo Renovations Remain on Track

    Work continues to progress at Vigo Elementary school. The Vincennes Community School Board received an update from Rochelle Gardner with Garmong Construction at their meeting last night. According to Gardner, Wolfe
     
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  • The report says row crops alternated with strips of native prairie improves biodiversity while also preventing runoff and nutrient loss (Main photo: Lynn Betts, Inset: Farnaz Kordbacheh. U.S. Global Change Research Program)

    Climate Report: Heat, Flooding Expected For Midwest

    We’re already experiencing some of the extreme weather events consistent with climate change. That’s according to the fourth annual National Climate Assessment, which came out on the Friday after Thanksgiving.
     
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  • Chief Justice Loretta Rush swears in Brian Bosma as House Speaker on November 20, 2018. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Bosma Pledges Ethics Cooperation

    House Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) says he’ll cooperate fully with any ethics investigation into accusations about his use of campaign funds to allegedly intimidate a former intern who says they
     
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  • City Awards Bid for 6th and Main Parking Lot

    We now know who will be responsible for additional parking in downtown Vincennes. At a special meeting this morning, the Vincennes Redevelopment Commission voted to award a contract to Kerns
     
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  • AIDs Day Proclamation Set for Saturday

    A local organization is coming together this weekend to raise awareness for AIDS. Pride of the Wabash serves the Knox County area as an event planning and philanthropic organization. On
     
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  • United Way Ready for Giving Tuesday

    After splurging over the three previous days, Giving Tuesday arrives tomorrow with the opportunity for folks to give back. This year, The United Way of Knox County is asking you
     
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  • ‘Wreaths’ Project Reaching Friday Deadline

    Friday marks the deadline for area residents to order wreaths to honor local veterans as part of the Wreaths Across America project in VIncennes. Wreaths are 15 dollars each and
     
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  • KCPL Hosting Pair of Holiday Events

    The Knox County Public Library is getting in the Christmas Spirit! Tomorrow night, The Polar Express will pull into the station as the Library welcomes area children for a night
     
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