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Three Finalists Chosen For Supreme Court Opening
The finalists are vying to replace retiring Justice Robert Rucker, who steps down after 26 years on the bench.
Vincennes Woman Dies After Being Hit by Train
A local woman has died after being hit by a train near Wabash Trails Park. Knox County Sheriff Mike Morris has confirmed that just after 9:30 Tuesday evening, 27-year-old Hailey
KCPL Confident in Solar Grant Application
As the deadline draws near for applications to be submitted for an EBSCO Solar Grant, the Knox County Public Library is confident in their chances. Speaking before the Library Board
AIDs Walk Set for Saturday
The 8th Annual Greater Vincennes AIDs Walk will take place this weekend. On Saturday, April 22nd, the community is invited to come together to not only raise awareness for HIV
DeBoer to Speak on Income Tax Options in Knox Co.
Purdue University Professor of Agricultural Economics Larry DeBoer will be in Knox County this evening to discuss local income tax options. DeBoer, an extenson specialist, will speak to area residents
Drug Take Back Day Set for April 29th
Knox County citizens will once again have a chance to turn in their unwanted prescription drugs during a Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 29th from 10:00 a.m. to
County Road Work Set for This Summer
Portions of several Knox County roads will be getting some attention this summer. The Knox County Commissioners approved advertising for resurfacing of 23+ miles of roadway at their meeting Monday
Changes Coming to County Wellness Plan
Knox County Employees will hopefully see cost savings as a result of changes coming to the County’s Wellness plan. Commission President Kelli Streeter says beginning June 30th, workers who are
2017 GRC Junior Ranger Series Kicks Off Saturday
The George Rogers Clark National Historical Park will kick off their 2017 Junior Ranger Series with an event this Saturday. On April 22nd, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., area children
Few Issues Remain Undecided In Vaping Bill
House and Senate authors of new vaping regulations say they’re in 99 percent agreement on the bill as the session’s end draws near.