• Bassler Speaks on Teacher Pay at MYL

    One of the biggest items on Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb’s wish list in 2019 is to increase the pay of teachers throughout Indiana. Current figures show closing the gap between
     
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  • Man Pronounced Dead After Falling Through Ice

    One man is dead after falling through ice in Daviess County. According to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, the Daviess County Sheriff’s Office responded to the call of a man
     
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    Bill to Create Yearly Infant Mortality Review Process

    Indiana consistently ranks near the bottom for infant mortality rates. Several bills being considered by Indiana lawmakers this session address the issue. Senate bill 278 would create a yearly statewide
     
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  • Indiana lawmakers are moving – reluctantly – to scale back labeling requirements for manufacturers of substances used in vaping, called e-liquids. (Pixabay)

    Lawmakers Move To Scale Back Vaping Regulations

    Indiana lawmakers are moving – reluctantly – to scale back labeling requirements for manufacturers of substances used in vaping, called e-liquids. The General Assembly created regulations for e-liquid manufacturers and
     
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  • E-Cigarette Tax Could Be Coming

    You might have to pay more to vape. An e-cigarette cartridge gives you about the same puffing time as a pack of cigarettes. But while Indiana charges about a dollar
     
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  • Liquid Infant Ibuprofen Recall Extended

    A nationwide recall for liquid infant ibuprofen has been extended, and has added three more lots of Ibuprofen Oral Suspension Drops, USP, 50 mg per 1.25 mL. The medicine may
     
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  • Indiana High on Scale for Heart Disease

    Heart disease is one of the biggest health problems in the United States. One in four people may have some form of heart disease and may be at risk for
     
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  • VU Trio to Host Open House

    Vincennes University’s Cope program will be hosting an open house next week for students to learn more about the services they offer. Dr. Candace Joles Director of Student Support Services at VU says
     
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  • VU to Celebrate Chinese New Year

    Vincennes University is inviting the public to take part in an international celebration next week! The VU Office of International Affairs will host a Chinese New Year celebration dinner, featuring traditional Chinese dishes
     
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  • Free Tax Service for Knox Co. Residents

    The United Way of Knox County will once again be offering assistance to area residents needing help in filing their federal and state income taxes. The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
     
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