• Secretary of State Connie Lawson wins her re-election campaign. Republicans have held the position for the last 24 years. (WTIU)

    Connie Lawson Wins Re-Election As Secy Of State

    Republican incumbent Connie Lawson will remain Indiana’s Secretary of State another four years. Republicans have held the seat for the last 24 years. In a wide-margin, Lawson secured another term
     
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  • Vincennes Among Safest Cities in Indiana

    Indiana’s oldest city has been named one of the safest in the state! SafeWise.com has released their annual list of safest cities in Indiana, with Vincennes landing in the number
     
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  • Knox Co. Sees Big Early Voting Numbers

    The 2018 Mid-term Election polls are officially open in Knox County, but a large portion of local residents have already made their decisions. According to the Election Room at the
     
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  • Indiana’s early voting turnout this year is well ahead of the last two midterm elections. (Jessica Whittle Photography/Flickr)

    Indiana Early Voting Ahead of Last Midterms

    Indiana’s early voting turnout this year is well ahead of the last two midterm elections. And heading into the final day of in-person early voting, absentee ballots were starting to
     
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  • Duke Accepting Grant Apps to Support Education

    The Duke Energy Foundation is now accepting grant applications for programs that support K-12 education as part of its new Powerful Communities philanthropic program. The K-12 Education grant cycle will
     
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  • Public Invited to VU Veterans Program

    Vincennes University will once again honor local veterans this week. On November 8th, VU will hold their Tribute to Veterans at the Red Skelton Performing Arts Center. The annual event
     
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  • AG Warning of Vehicle Scam

    The Indiana Attorney General is once again urging Hoosiers to use caution – this time in regards to online vehicle ads. Attorney General Curtis Hill is warning Indiana residents to
     
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  • Entry Deadline Approaching for Christmas Parade

    There’s still time to sign up for the annual Parade of Lights in Downtown Vincennes. The 20th Annual Christmas Parade of Lights is set to take place on Friday, November
     
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  • VCSC to Welcome Treacher Collins Speaker

    Vincennes Community School Corporation students will get a unique visit later this week. Last year, we told you about an effort to purchase and distribute a copy of the book
     
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  • Chamber Lunch and Learn Next Week

    The Knox County Chamber of Commerce is once again giving the public a chance to better their skillset. The Chamber has announced the return of their Lunch and Learn Event,
     
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