• Film Fundraiser Set for Saturday

    A group of local filmmakers will be holding a pair of fund-raising events this weekend in hopes of funding a feature length movie. FAROUKS is the brain child of Vincennes
     
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  • VU Offering STEM Scholarships to Women

    Vincennes University is offering scholarships to female students considering a career in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics. Ashton Singleton is the STEM coordinator at VU, she says the scholarship is
     
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  • Local Arrest Report – 7.21.17

    – Indiana State Police arrested a local man just before 10:00 a.m. Thursday. 39-year-old Carl A Leonard was taken into custody and charged with Domestic Battery. He was booked into
     
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  • VU Sponsoring Car in XFINITY Race

    Vincennes University is sponsoring a car in this weekend’s X-Finity Race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Ty Freed, Dean of the College of Technology at VU says the University’s logo
     
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  • Then-President-elect Donald Trump addresses workers at the Indianapolis Carrier factory last December. (Drew Daudelin/WFYI)

    Layoffs Begin at Indiana Carrier Plant

    Carrier agreed to preserve about 700 jobs in exchange for state tax breaks, but it's cutting 632 others, and more workers are taking early retirement buyouts.
     
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  • Indiana Department of Agriculture director Ted McKinney (left, seated) signs a friendship agreement with China's Hebei Provincial Department of Agriculture during a trade mission in 2015. (Courtesy office of the Lieutenant Governor)

    IN Ag Chief to be USDA’s Trade Undersecretary

    Ted McKinney has directed Indiana's Department of Agriculture since 2014, after working at Dow AgroSciences and Eli Lilly subsidiary Elanco.
     
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  • (Peter Balonon-Rosen/IPB News)

    USED Encourages IDOE To Improve Data Security

    The U.S. Department of Education sent a letter to state superintendent Jennifer McCormick, outlining problems with the state's security for student data.
     
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  • Dicamba can cause "cupping" in non-tolerant soybeans, which are especially susceptible to the herbicide. (Purdue University)

    State Investigating Controversial Herbicide Dicamba

    The Office of the Indiana State Chemist is investigating more than 60 complaints alleging crop damage caused by dicamba.
     
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  • USB Awards Contract for Levee St.

    The Utilities Service Board has awarded a contract for construction of a service road that will run between the Clark Memorial and Kimmell Park. Koberstein Contracting of Princeton was the
     
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  • Work Set to Ramp Up at Four Lakes

    Work is expected to ramp up on Four Lakes Park in the next couple of months. Vincennes Parks Superintendent Steve Beaman says installation of the Splash Pad planned for the
     
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