• Knox Co. United Way Homelessness Summit

    The United Way of Knox County will look to bring the community together next month to combat homelessness. On Tuesday, March 12th, the United Way will host a Homeless Summit.
     
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  • Bicknell Candidate List for 2019 Municipal Elections

    The slate of Candidates is set for the 2019 Municipal Elections in the city of Bicknell. Mayor Thomas Estabrook will run unopposed as we head into 2020, securing his position
     
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  • HUD Giving $23 Mill. to IN Homeless Programs

    The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is once again reaching out to assist Indiana’s homeless. The agency has announced a total of $23 Million is being given to
     
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  • Shelter House Project Expected to Move Forward

    The Shelter House project at Gregg Park is expected to take the next step forward tonight. At tonight’s Board of Works Meeting, the city is expected to award a contract
     
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  • ‘Love Wins’ Art Exhibit to Open on Valentine’s Day

    The public is invited to the opening a unqiue art exhibit in Downtown Vincennes this week. On Valentine’s Day, the ‘Love Wins’ event will be hosted at Art Space Vincennes,
     
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  • Vincennes Candidates for 2019 Municipal Elections

    We now know what the 2019 Municipal Elections will look like this Fall in Vincennes. The only contested race in any of the Knox County races will be for the
     
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  • Indiana FSSA Division of Mental Health and Addiction director Kevin Moore addresses the Commission to Combat Drug Abuse. (Jill Sheridan/IPB News)

    Progress & Needs Highlighted By DAC

    <img src=”/sites/indiana/files/styles/default/public/201902/fssa_kevin_moore-js.jpg” alt=”Indiana FSSA Division of Mental Health and Addiction director Kevin Moore addresses the Commission to Combat Drug Abuse. (Jill Sheridan/IPB News)”> Indiana’s Commission to Combat Drug Abuse met
     
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  • The first half of the fiscal year ended on a high, with strong December revenues. But they fell back to earth in January. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Second Half Of Indiana Fiscal Year Off To Rocky Start

             <img src=”/sites/indiana/files/styles/default/public/201902/state_budget_agency.jpg” alt=”The first half of the fiscal year ended on a high, with strong December revenues. But they fell back to earth in January. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)”> The
     
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  • Rep. Ed DeLaney (D-Indianapolis) isn't thrilled with some of the changes to a bill that expands the state's "Stand Your Ground" law. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    House Changes Stand Your Ground Expansion Bill

             <img src=”/sites/indiana/files/styles/default/public/201902/ed_delaney-lc.jpg” alt=”Rep. Ed DeLaney (D-Indianapolis) isn&#039;t thrilled with some of the changes to a bill that expands the state&#039;s &quot;Stand Your Ground&quot; law. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)”> Lawmakers changed
     
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  • Local Farmer Receives Purdue Distinction

    A Knox County farmer is being honored by the Purdue Ag Alumni Association. Earlier this month, Paul Singleton was among seven Purdue University alumni to be awarded the Agricultural Alumni
     
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