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Skelton Museum to be Featured on WGN Program
Earlier this week, crews from WGN were in town to visit the museum of Vincennes’ famous funnyman. The visit this week is part of the ongoing ‘Cruisin‘ series, which is hosted
Virtual Charter School Escapes Closure, Will Shrink
Hoosier Academies Virtual School avoided closure from the State Board of Education Wednesday but instead faces a reduction in enrollment.
Voucher Schools Lose Waiver Bid Under New Law
The State Board of Education denied waivers for three voucher-accepting private schools to continue accepting voucher students despite failing grades.
Local Arrest Report – 5.11.17
– A Vincennes woman wanted on a warrant for possession of drugs is facing new charges. 20-year-old Meghan Taft was arrested by Vincennes Police in the area of 7th and
IL Wabash River Levee Holding for Now
Despite some concerns, the Illinois side of the Wabash River Levee is holding strong. The Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department says that there has NOT been a failure in the levee
Pair Claims They Were Hired to Kill Decker Man
The two men accused of killing a Decker man are now claiming they were hired to do so by the Federal Government. According to court documents, 27-year-old Christopher Schatz and
County Getting Road Money Back from INDOT
Knox County is getting some money back that was owed them by INDOT. County Commissioner Kellie Streeter says they were owed over $82,000 for repaving a section of State Road
Council Reaffirms Public Defender’s Budget
The Knox County Council last night reaffirmed the budget for the Public Defender’s fund. Council President Bob Lechner says there had been some discussion in the Auditor’s office about the
Prosecutor’s Office Adding Full-Time Position
In an effort to streamline the Title IV D program in the Knox County Prosecutor’s office the members of the County Council have agreed to add another full-time employee. The
Hill Will Continue Living In Indy Despite New Law
Attorney General Curtis Hill will continue to live in the Indianapolis area despite the repeal of a law requiring him to do so.