• New Candidates File for Municipal Election

    All seven Vincennes City Council seats will be contested this Fall. Before Thursday, Democrat Dan Ravellette had no opponent on the Republican side of the ticket.  Michelle James changed that when
     
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  • Potholes Could Begin to Appear

    As the wet weather persists, pot holes can become more of a problem! Coupled with a few recent rounds of cold to warm temperatures, roads are more susceptible to cracking.
     
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  • Deadline to File for Municipal Elections is Today

    Today marks the last day of the filing deadline in Knox County’s two biggest cities, Vincennes and Bicknell. Thus far, only Democrats in Vincennes’ 1st District will head to the
     
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  • Man Arrested for Breaking into Mellencamp Home

    The Monroe County Sheriff’s Department arrested a man for allegedly breaking into musician John Mellencamp’s unoccupied home around 6 a.m. Thursday. Deputies responded to an alarm call at Mellencamp’s residence
     
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  • High Rates of Pharmacy Robberies in Indiana

    Indiana is one of the states with the highest rates of robberies in pharmacies. Democrat State Representative Justin Moed says he’s proposing legislation to help protect pharmacy employees. The proposed
     
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  • Bill Headed to IN House Regarding Vandals

    Vandals who target utilities or critical industries would face stiffer penalties under a bill headed for the Indiana House. The Senate has voted unanimously to make trespassing a felony if
     
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  • Strengthening Animal Cruelty Laws in Indiana

    In an effort to strengthen animal cruelty law and make penalties harsher a bill went before Indiana lawmakers on Wednesday. Rep. Ryan Hatfield, and Democrat from Evansville, said the bill
     
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  • Indiana to Receive $6 Million for Repairs

    The Hoosier State is set to receive upwards of $6 million to repair roads and bridges damaged by storms. Flooding, caused by melting snow and heavy rainfall closed a number
     
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  • Severe Weather Strikes Local Area

    Severe weather hit Knox County hard on Thursday. Heavy rains caused flooding throughout the county, with a portion of North Sixth street being flooded with high water. Just after Noon,
     
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  • (FILE PHOTO: Annie Ropeik/IPB News)

    Bill To Preserve Farmland Passes In Committee

    A proposal hopes to stop farmland from disappearing in Indiana. The American Farmland Trust says more than 500,000 acres of farmland in the state was developed over the past 30
     
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