• #PurpleThursday Set for Tomorrow

    Hope’s Voice of Knox County to wear Purple on Thursday in support of victim’s of Domestic Violence. The Director of Hope’s Voice Melissa¬†Haaff is asking community members to wear purple
     
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  • Library Pressing Pause on Leasing Annex

    The Knox County Public Library has decided to pause leasing of the Annex building. That was announced that the library’s board meeting on Tuesday. Library Director Emily Bunyan said that
     
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  • Commissioners Accept Bid on WVCC Roof Project

    Work will soon begin on the roof of the Wabash Valley Community Corrections building in Vincennes. At their meeting Monday evening, the Knox County Commissioners voted to accept a bid
     
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  • County Still Combing Through CCMG Options

    Knox County continues to work on just how they will spend their Community Crossing matching Grant Funds. The county had originally hoped to receive $1 Million from the Indiana Department
     
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  • Westfall Named Firefighter of the Year

    A Vincennes Firefighter was recognized for his work during the Indiana Emergency Response Conference annual awards banquet. Zachary Westfall with the Vincennes Fire Department was named Firefighter of the Year.
     
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  • Great ShakeOut Set for Thursday

    Citizens across the county are encouraged to participate in the Great ShakeOut later this week. On Thursday, October 19th at approximately 10:19 a.m. Eastern Time, people across the country will
     
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  • Pike Co. Hunter Injured in Fall from Tree

    A hunter was life-flighted to an Evansville Hospital after falling from a tree stand in Pike County. Indiana Conservation officers say 77-year-old Paul Moore of Holland Indiana fell approximately fifteen
     
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  • Hostettler Announces Run for State Rep.

    The son of former Indiana 8th District U.S. representative John Hostettler has filed to run for Indiana State office. Matt Hostettler is looking to fill the Indiana State Representative District
     
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    Grants Boost Nonprofit Food Insecurity Work

    Glick Philanthropies is awarding more than $300,000 to Hoosier nonprofits fighting food insecurity.
     
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  • Pigs at Hill Farms in Hancock County look for feed. (Nick Janzen/IPB News)

    Hog Farmers Worried About Potential Regulations

    A legislative study committee is studying large-scale animal agriculture this summer.
     
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