• County Re-Ups with KCDC

    The Knox County Commissioners renewed their annual service contract agreement with the Knox County Development Corporation at their meeting Tuesday. KCDC receives an annual stipend of $48,000 from the county for operation
  • Updates Made to Co. Personnel Policy

    Knox County employees will see some changes in the new personnel policy handbook that will be to their liking. County Attorney Yvette Kirchoff says they’ve tried to address the longevity issue
  • A "graphic recording" of the Graduation Pathways Committee's discussion on Sept. 19, 2017, as illustrated by Mike Fleisch. (Credit: State Board of Education)

    Panel OKs Grad. Overhaul, Uncertainty Remains

    A state committee recommended sweeping changes to high school graduation requirements Tuesday even as many of the details remain unknown.
  • Medical marijuana (Public domain/Flicker)

    IPAC Asks For Marijuana Opposition

    The council sent a letter to the Commission to Combat Drug Abuse asking for their opposition to legalization of marijuana in any form.
  • Knox Co. CCD Hearing Taking Place Tomorrow

    A hearing to establish or deny a new county fund will take place later this week. On Wednesday, November 8th at 1:30, representatives from the Indiana Department of Local Government
  • Man Accused of Burglary at Downtown Business

    A local man was arrested after a burglary alarm sounded at a Vincennes Business. Vincennes Police responded to an alarm at the Record Cellar at 427 Main Street around 4:30 Tuesday
  • Marley Scheduled for Court Appearance

    A man accused of murdering his girlfriend is scheduled to appear in court this afternoon. At 1:30 p.m. CT, all parties involved in the trial of Lance Marley are set
  • Holiday Bazaar Set for This Weekend

    The Vincennes First Church of the Nazarene are preparing for their 100th Anniversary by getting into the holiday spirit. The church will host a Holiday Bazarr this Saturday, November 11th
  • ISP Hosting 5k That Could Save a Life

    The Indiana State Police will host a 5k run later this month, and it could save a life. The aim of the Bolt for the Heart race is for ISP
  • From left to right: Rev. Eugene Rivers, Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Rev. Charles Harrison

    Sessions Meets With Indy Anti-Violence Group

    During his remarks Sessions announced the creation of a Violent Crime Reduction Coordinating Committee, meant to help coordinate anti-crime efforts in the Department of Justice.
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