• Salvation Army Ready to Feed Those in Need

    Volunteers came together last night to assemble boxes of food for needy families in Knox County this holiday season. Workers at the Vincennes Salvation Army Headquarters assembled and packaged 650 boxes
     
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  • Snyder Announces Mayoral Run

    Diana Snyder has announced that she will seek the Republican nomination for Mayor of Washington. Snyder is a 1981 graduate of Washington High School and a graduate of Indiana University with a degree in
     
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  • Senate Page Program Accepting Apps

    Area students hoping for a future in politics can now apply for a bit of a head start. Senator Eric Bassler’s office has announced applications are now being accepting for
     
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  • Youth Foundation Hosting Santa’s Workshop

    An interactive holiday workshop is on the horizon in Knox County. The Knox County Youth Foundation is sponsoring Santa’s Interactive Workshop in Bicknell next weekend. The free event will allow
     
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  • Highway Dept. Opens Bids for 2019 Materials

    The Knox County Commissioners is now weighing their options for who will provide materials for the Highway Department in 2019. At their meeting Tuesday, Knox County Highway Superintendent Benji Boyd opened a
     
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  • VU Receives High Praise in Alumni Survey

    If you could redo your college years, would you choose to attend the same university? A recent survey reveals that 91% of Vincennes University alumi would! The data comes from the Gallup-Indiana
     
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  • Bloomington Breweries Raise $$ For Fire Relief

    Two Bloomington breweries have joined a nationwide effort to raise relief money for victims of California’s devastating Camp Fire. Sierra Nevada Brewing Company is headquartered in the Camp Fire zone
     
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  • Jason Jones spent 13 years in California's San Quentin State Prison, where The Last Mile started. He says the program changed his life.

    Prison Coding Program Expands With $2M Grant

    With new money from Google.org, the program is coming to the Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility east of Indianapolis.
     
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  • Office of Management and Budget Director Micah Vincent, left, and Indiana Finance Authority COO Jim McGoff discuss the Toll Road lease at the State Budget Commitee. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Lawmakers Concerned About Holcomb’s Toll Move

    Lawmakers expressed frustration Tuesday at Gov. Eric Holcomb’s unilateral renegotiation of the Indiana Toll Road lease. A Republican leader says the General Assembly will look at ways to ensure it
     
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  • Authorities Investigating Grenades in Gibson Co.

    An investigation in Oakland City lead local authorities to the discovery of potentially dangerous items. According to Gibson County Sheriff Bruce Vanoven, he and a deputy conducted an investigation at
     
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