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2018 County Budget Hearings Come to a Close
The 2018 Knox County Budget Hearings officially wrapped up last night. Over the course of the past three days, members of the Knox County Council heard from leaders from each
Lt. Gov. Makes a Stop at VU Mine Training Facility
Vincennes University’s Gibson County Center played host to the Lieutenant Governor Thursday afternoon. Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch was on hand as part of a dedication ceremony for the Center’s new
Student Preparedness the Focus of Higher Ed
The Indiana Higher Education Commission held a lengthy discussion on student preparedness during its monthly meeting at Vincennes University on Thursday. Commissioner Teresa Lubbers says they are trying to make
Herman Continues to Learn as YMCA CEO
Pat Herman says he’s still learning about his new job as CEO of the Vincennes YMCA. Herman was named over the summer to replace Rob LaRoy who resigned in April.
YMCA Mud Run Set for Tomorrow
The 3rd annual Mud Run will take place tomorrow at the Vincennes YMCA. Bridgett Bilskie, Marketing Director for the Y says kids ages 3-15 can take part in this free
Health Centers Receive Millions to Combat Opioids
There were 21 centers in Indiana awarded funds to help increase behavioral health services.
Leaders Mull Solutions to IN’s Broadband Problem
Eighty-four percent of Hoosiers have broadband internet access. Those that don't live mostly in rural places – where poor connectivity is an economic problem.
County Budget Hearings Move to Final Night
Two-Thirds of the 2018 Knox County Budget Hearings are over. Yesterday afternoon and into the evening, the County Council heard from four of the biggest county agencies: The Public Defender
Rainbow Beach Sees Successful 2017
Vincennes Parks Superintendent Steve Beaman says Rainbow Beach Swimming Pool finished the year in the black. Although he doesn’t have an exact accounting yet. Beaman says revenue generated by the
Contract Signed for Lester Square Equipment
A contract has been signed for the installation of fitness equipment at Lester Square Park. Vincennes Parks Superintendent Steve Beaman says workers with GameTime, are expected to be in the