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Holcomb Now Backing Federal Health Care Bill
Governor Eric Holcomb says he’s backing the federal health care reform bill after expressing concerns about the measure only last week.
Public Hearing Scheduled for Monday
A grant which would give several downtown businesses a “facelift” will the subject of a public hearing Monday at Vincennes City Hall. Ellen Harper, Director for INVIN is hoping for
ESGR Works to Resolve Military Duty Conflicts
When conflicts arise in the work place as a result of National Guard or Reservists being called to active Military duty, the ESGR serves as an intermediary between employer and
Honor Flight Appealing for Donations
The President Emeritus of Honor Flight is putting out an appeal for donations. Jerry Clewlow shared the groups mission with members of the Knox County Chamber of Commerce Wednesday, He says
Lane Restrictions Coming to U.S. 41
The Indiana Department of Transportation has announced a road closure on U.S. 41 north of Vincennes. A project to remove a pair of bridges over a set of abandoned railroad
Local Job Fair Set for March 28th
WorkOne Southwest will be hosting a job fair on Tuesday, March 28th. The job fair, which is free and open to the public, will feature a number of local companies
Student Journalists Protections Pass Senate Committee
Legislation that would offer high school journalists the same legal protections as professional journalists moved closer to law today.
Committee Adds Controversial Gun Bill To Different Gun Bill
The original bill’s author says the move is a “backup plan.”
House Committee Debates Bill’s Constitutionality
Legal experts and lawmakers can’t agree on the constitutionality of a parental notification of abortion proposal.
Wreck Claims the Life of One on Main Street
The driver of a small SUV died in a single vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon on Main Street road. Knox County Sheriff Mike Morris says the accident occurred around 3:29 p.m. Morris