• Braun Praises Government Reopening

    The deal to reopen the government for three weeks is getting praise from Sen. Mike Braun. “President Trump continues to keep his promise of putting America First and I fully
     
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  • School Administrators

    Principals and assistant principals could soon be held to the same rules as school superintendents in Indiana. Lawmakers in Indianapolis say they are looking to expand the state’s law that
     
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  • High School Teacher Charged with Child Pornography

    A high school health teacher has been charged with child pornography. Kari Buchanan turned herself in Friday morning after State Police found claims of inappropriate relations with students through the
     
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  • Colder Temps Ahead

    It’s been cold so far this winter across Indiana, but Meteorologist Randy Ollis says it’s going to be the coldest yet before the end of January. By Wednesday morning and
     
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  • Cash for College

    The Indiana Commission for Higher Education has launched its 2019 Cash for College campaign to encourage Indiana students to take steps that will help them pay for education and training after
     
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  • Human Trafficking Awareness with Hope’s Voice

    January is National Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and Hope’s Voice is doing their part to spread the word. According to Hope’s Voice, human trafficking affects 21 million people around the
     
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  • Knox Co. Unsafe Building Committee

    Two newly created Board’s will hold their initial meetings tomorrow at the Knox County Courthouse. The Knox County Unsafe Building Board will hold its organizational session at 3 pm in the Commissioners Room. The
     
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  • Farmers Market Expected to Return in 2019

    The Vincennes Farmer’s Market is expected to return in 2019, but it will become official tonight. City Councilwoman and Head of the market, Shirley Rose, is slated to appear before
     
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  • Breece to Join City Council Tonight

    The newest member of the Vincennes City Council will be sworn in tonight. Last week, Democrat Traci Breece was chosen by her party to fill the City Council seat in
     
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  • Swirls Provides Gov’t Discount Through Shutdown

    Swirls Frozen Yogurt continues seek ways to benefit members of the Vincennes community. Their newest discount is for government employees who are currently out of work due to the government
     
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