• 2nd and Niblack Project Nearing Completion

    The completion of the 2nd and Niblack project in Vincennes seems to finally be in sight. Speaking at Friday morning’s Knox County Development Corporation meeting, Vincennes Mayor Joe Yochum said
     
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  • Comm. Foundation Accepting Grant Applications

    The Knox County Community Foundation’s scholarship program is now accepting grant applications for 2018. Mary Smith, Regional Director says this year, the foundation is making over 26-thousand, 800 dollars in
     
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  • Community Tree Lighting Tomorrow

    The annual community Christmas Tree lighting will take place this weekend. At 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, the community Christmas Tree will arrive at the corner of 2nd and Main in
     
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  • SERVPRO Urging Holiday Safety

    Local disaster response professional are reminding area residents to keep fire safety in mind during the Holidays. According to the American Red Cross, nearly 47,000 fires occur during the winter
     
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  • PACE Becoming More Energy Efficient

    PACE Community Action Agency’s offices in Vincennes is looking to become more energy efficient. It was announced earlier this fall that Duke Energy had awarded the non-profit agency a grant
     
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  • Build a Basket Campaign is Back

    The Build A Basket campaign is back! Put on by Generations at Vincennes University, the fundraiser aims to create baskets for homebound individuals during the holiday season. Suggested basket items
     
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  • ‘Christmas at Grouseland’ Returns Tomorrow

    Area residents are invited to step back in time and celebrate the Holidays in the same manner as a former Governor and President. Christmas at Grouseland returns this Friday and
     
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  • Sobriety Check Point Begins Tomorrow in Knox Co.

    Indiana State Police have announced they are partnering with the Knox County Sheriff’s Department this weekend. The partnership will come as a combined effort to conduct a sobriety check point
     
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  • Murtaugh Returning to Give Back to VU

    A distinguished alumnus of Vincennes University will return to campus next week. David Murtaugh currently serves as the executive director of the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Murtaugh earned his associate degree
     
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  • Indiana First announced on Nov. 22 their support for Roy Moore on their Facebook page. (Indiana First PAC/Facebook)

    Why is an IN Political Group Supporting AL Senator?

    The Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics director says there are benefits to be had by supporting high profile campaigns.
     
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