• Yochum Touts Growth in State of the City Address

    Indiana’s First City continues to grow. That was the underlying message of Vincennes Mayor Joe Yochum’s State of the City Address at City Hall last night. Before a room of
  • Council Approves Food Truck Ordinance

    A new ordinance is now in place, regulating local food vending vehicles. After several different drafts, the Vincennes City Council passed an ordinance at their meeting last night, outlining the
  • First Food Truck Night Set for Monday

    The first of many Food Truck Nights is officially set to take place in Vincennes next week. City Councilman Brian Grove appeared before the Board of Works at their meeting
  • Local Women Sought for Cancer Study

    The National Cancer Institute wants your input. The Institute is funding a study called Rural Interventions for Screening Effectiveness–or RISE–Project that encourages women to take charge of their health. The
  • The first Indiana Water Summit at the J.W. Marriot in Indianapolis (Rebecca Thiele/IPB News)

    Climate, Water Resources Subjects of Water Summit

    The White River Alliance hosted the state’s first water summit this week. The two-day event brought experts together to take a closer look at how Indiana can protect its water
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    IDOE: Bullying Data Reflects Improved Process

    Data from schools across the state shows a sharp increase in bullying, but the numbers could be a bit misleading. That’s because the state recently changed how schools are required
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    Banks, Brooks Join NEIN Leaders For Opioid Roundtable

    U.S. Rep. Jim Banks (R-Columbia City) hosted a roundtable with law enforcement, medical officials and advocates Monday morning to discuss the opioid epidemic in northeast Indiana. Fort Wayne Police Captain
  • Local Church Using Golf Scramble to Kick Off Project

    First Baptist Church in Vincennes will be hosting a Golf Scramble later this month to help benefit a family in need. The church is aiming to help with affordable housing
  • VU Facing Busy Week

    It will be a busy week on the Vincennes University Campus. University Faculty return to campus today for the first day of their contract year, as new Faculty will go
  • City to Revisit Food Truck Ordinance

    The City of Vincennes will once again revisit the regulation of food trucks at their meeting Monday night. The issue has been before the council for a few months, and
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