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KCSD Generated $63k From Out of County Inmates
The Knox County Sheriff’s Department generated $63,000 in additional revenue last month from housing out of county inmates. Sheriff Mike Morris says while the local jail population is in decline
IN Eying New Plan For Students Not On Diploma Path
State officials plan to develop new courses of study for special education students on track to receive a certificate instead of a high school diploma.
Holcomb to Release Health Care Data Before Vote
Gov. Eric Holcomb has previously evaded any commitment to releasing internal analysis of the impact federal health care legislation will have on Indiana.
Former Senator Tapped To Lead Alcohol Law Study Panel
Indiana Senate GOP Leader David Long chose former Senator Beverly Gard to lead the new two-year commission on the state's alcohol laws.
Council Agrees to Provide $50k for Grant Process
Vincennes Mayor Joe Yochum approached City Council members at their meeting last night about appropriating up to $50,000 to cover the cost of both updating the city’s current comprehensive plan
BOW Denies Appeal Against Euthanizing Dog
An appeal made to the Board of Works last night to override the Vincennes Animal Shelter’s ruling to euthanize a dog was turned down. Courtney Ivers, a Vincennes resident, was
Public Meeting Schedule to Discuss Skate Park
There will be a public meeting on Thursday, July 27th to give information and get public input for the Lester Square Skate Park. The Parks Deptartment has spoken with two
Sievers Named Rivet Dean, Athletic Director
Joel Sievers has been named the new Athletic Director and Dean of Students at Vincennes Rivet High School. Sievers will take the reins from Luke Keller, who will be returning
DistinXion Camp Taking Place This Week
60 players from area schools are participating in the DistinXion basketball camp at Lincoln High School this week. Camp Director Nathan Cobine says they are both a basketball and character
Study: Better Goals the Key to Better College Grades
A new study shows college students who set clear studying goals earn better grades.