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Nat’l Sect. Underscores Election State Autonomy
The resolution says the National Association of Secretaries of State is committed to ensuring election security.
Lawson Becomes Pres. Of Nat’l Secretaries of State
Lawson, a Republican, replaces Connecticut Secretary of State Denise Merrill, a Democrat.
Monroe City Home a Total Loss After Weekend Fire
A Monroe City home was destroyed as the result of a fire that broke out Saturday evening. Harrison Township responded to the report of a structure fire located at 508
Mayor Yochum to Seek Funding from City Council
Vincennes Mayor Joe Yochum will ask members of the city council tonight for funds in support of the city’s Stellar Community Grant Application. Vincennes is one of three cities in
One Injured in Dubois Co. Helicopter Crash
One man was seriously injured after his helicopter crashed in a bean field in Dubois County Saturday morning. The crash happened about a quarter of a mile south of 6720
Registration Open for YMCA Kids Triathlon
Registration is underway for the 9th Annual YMCA Kids Triathlon at Gregg Park on Saturday, July 22. Kids from age 3 through 15, and of all skill levels, are encouraged
State to Change How It Calculates Graduation Rates
Special education advocates are worried students could now get left behind.
Local Arrest Report – 7/10/17
– A Vincennes man is in jail following a hit and run accident early Saturday morning. The incident occurred around 12:30 a.m. 37-year-old Michael Buell was arrested by Vincennes police
KCDC Changes Approval Plans for Mini Park
There is a bit more breathing room for the Business Mini Park just off of U.S. 41 in Vincennes. President and CEO of the Knox County Development Corporation Kent Utt
Work Wrapping Up on Pantheon
Construction should soon be finished at the Pantheon Theater. Speaking at Friday morning’s Knox County Development Corporation meeting, INVIN Executive Director Ellen Harper says that the current work being done