• Local Arrest Report – 9.14.17

    – Vincennes Police arrested a local woman on a trio of charges Wednesday afternoon. 38-year-old Sue Ellen Small was taken into custody, charged with possession of a controlled substance and
     
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  • Public Invited to 2nd Historical Walking Tour

    The George Rogers Clark National Historical Park will offer their second Historical Walking Tour tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m. The hike offers the public the chance to hike with GRC
     
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  • VU Hosting Indiana Commission for Higher Ed.

    Vincennes University is playing host to the Indiana Commission for Higher Education today. Members of the Commission are schedule to meet for a working session from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m.
     
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  • Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett accepts a gift from Cora Gordon (clapping, right) and other members of Youth Power Indiana, which pushed for a city-county climate resolution earlier this year. (Nick Janzen/IPB News)

    Officials, Advocates Talk Climate Change

    Since the first Climate Leadership Summit last year, three Indiana towns have passed youth-led climate resolutions.
     
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  • (Photo courtesy donnelly.senate.gov)

    Donnelly At Trump Dinner Likely Helps Election Bid

    Political analysts say Donnelly’s inclusion at President Trump's tax reform discussion is a boost to the Hoosier Democrat's re-election campaign.
     
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  • Local Leaders Still Await Word on CCMG Funds

    City Engineer John Sprague told members of the Vincennes Board of Works earlier this week that they are awaiting word on the city’s Community Crossings grant application. According to Sprague,
     
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  • Bicknell Working Through 2018 Budget

    The Bicknell City Council held a public hearing Monday on the proposed 2018 city budget. According to Mayor Thomas Estabrook, the proposed budget includes an increase in wages of 4%
     
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  • Nominations Sought for ‘Citizen of the Year’ Award

    The public is invited to submit nominations for the “Citizen of the Year” award sponsored by the Vincennes Civitan Club. The award recognizes individuals who promote good citizenship through outstanding
     
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  • United Way Days of Caring Set for October

    The United Way of Knox County will be doing its Day of Caring at various grocery stores throughout the county to assist local food banks and other agencies with necessary
     
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  • Local Groups Seek to Educate on Sex Trafficking

    A trio of local organizations are collaborating to raise awareness for sexual trafficking. Vincennes University, Hope’s Voice, and Good Samaritan’s Emergency Services are inviting the public to a three hour
     
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