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Skelton’s Home Designated State Landmark
The Birthplace of America’s favorite clown is now on the Indiana Historical Bureau’s register of State Historic Landmarks. The long overdue recognition took place Friday as a marker was unveiled
Queen Contest Highlights Night 1 of County Fair
The Knox County Fair gets underway today at the fairgrounds in Bicknell. The highlight on the 1st day of the fair will be the 4H Queen contest at 7:00 this
Bicknell Testing Sewer System This Week
The City of Bicknell will begin an inspection of the city’s sewer system today. The city will employ smoke testing to determine where storm water is entering the sewer system.
VU, WestGate Offering new Electronics Program
Vincennes University and the WestGate@Crane Technology Park are enrolling students for a new Electronics Fundamentals Certificate program. Designed to meet the needs of local employers. classes begin August 21 at
State to Appeal Ruling on Anti-Abortion Law
Attorney General Curtis Hill said the ruling makes it easier for a 14-year-old to get an abortion than a tattoo.
Senate Health Bill Would Impact Special Education
New federal healthcare legislation could result in large cuts to Medicaid. Schools often rely on these funds for special education and other health services.
City Submits $1.6M Grant Application
Vincennes City Engineer John Sprague expects there will be plenty of competition for state dollars to pave local roads and streets this year. Sprague submitted the City’s application this week
Fire Causes Evacuation in Daviess Co.
An evacuation order was issued in Daviess County after a truck carrying explosives caught fire near Cannelburg. The Sheriff’s office says it happened around 11:30 a.m. Thursday at a mine
Local Woman Dies After SR 57 Accident
A Washington woman has died as the result of injuries she sustained in a crash earlier this week. Authorities say 57-year-old Donna Dashner was sitting at the stoplight at State
Holcomb Lays Out 20 Year Road Plan
Governor Eric Holcomb Thursday laid out the first steps of a 20-year plan to improve the state’s roads and bridges. Indiana Public Broadcasting’s reports the initial five-year strategy will include