• DCH Adds State of the Equipment

    Daviess Community Hospital recently installed new state of the art radiology equipment on the hospital’s main campus. The new Luminos Agile is the first patient-side controlled system with dynamic flat
     
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  • VU Hosting Blood Drive This Week

    Vincennes University will lend a helping hand to the American Red Cross this week. Both today and tomorrow, VU will host a blood drive to assist the Red Cross in meeting their
     
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  • Joe Donnelly listens to testimony from East Chicago residents during a visit on Feb. 17, 2017. (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    Donnelly Supports Trump Nominee Gorsuch

    Donnelly becomes the third Democrat to back Judge Neil Gorsuch.
     
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  • Local Arrest Report – 4.3.17

    – Vincennes Police arrested 25-year-old Megan Schlomer over the weekend. She was charged with possession of marijuana. – 43-year-old Christina Larae Fiscus of Loogootee was arrested by city police just
     
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  • Fire Destroys Princeton Home

    A Princeton home is a total loss after it became engulfed in flames early Thursday morning. The fire broke out around 4:30 at a home on West Cleveland Avenue, a
     
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  • Pageant Aims to Spotlight Developmental Challenges

    A special pageant for special women is set to take place this weekend. Sponsored by the KCARC, the 2017 Ms. Marvelous Pageant is designed to empower women with developmental challenges
     
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  • VU Symposium to Address Agri-Security

    Homeland Security & Public safety and AgriBusiness students from Vincennes University will combine their talents this weekend in an attempt to shed light on an issue very close to our
     
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  • PACE to Expand Head Start Programs

    Major changes are coming to the PACE Community Action Agency in Vincennes. PACE officials have announced that they have been named the recipients of two federal grants that, together, total
     
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  • Senate budget architect Luke Kenley (R-Noblesville) discusses his caucus' budget proposal. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Senate GOP Eliminates Cigarette Tax Hike In Budget

    Senate Republicans rolled out their version of the budget bill, one that diverges from the House budget in a few key areas.
     
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  • Committee Searching for Way to Retain Local Youth

    A grass roots committee came together last night to prioritize what they believe are some of the most important issues facing Knox County. While all agree that issues such as
     
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