• Board of Works Calls Special Meeting

    The Vincennes Board of Works will hold a special meeting at the beginning of next week. In a press release issued Tuesday afternoon, the Board announced they will meet on
  • Knox, Daviess Accepting Apps for Lilly Endowment

    Both the Knox and Daviess County Community Foundations are now accepting applications online for the 2019 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship programs. The scholarship pays for full-tuition and fees, and provides the chosen student with an annual stipend of up to $900 for
  • Officials Gather to Discuss Opioid Epidemic

    State and local leaders gathered in Daviess County Tuesday to continue the battle against the opioid crisis. The event was hosted by the Indiana Rural Health Association and the Agri
  • Old Town Players Prepping for New Season

    As we enter into the month of August, we’re not far off from the first show of the new season for the Old Town Players. Steve Gray with the Old
  • Farmers Eager For E15 Restriction Rollback

    Hoosier farmers looking for a boost in prices could get some relief if the Trump administration follows through with talk of approving year-round E15 ethanol sales. President Trump mentioned the possible
  • Purdue hydrology professor Laura Bowling presents the most recent Indiana Climate Change Impacts Assessment report findings. (Samantha Horton/IPB News)

    Report Highlights Climate Change’s Impact

    Purdue Climate Change Research Center released another one of its Indiana Climate Change Impacts Assessment reports Tuesday morning. The publication examines climate change’s impact to Indiana and highlights implications for
  • Dr. Jay Hess is the Indiana University School of Medicine dean. (Jill Sheridan/IPB News)

    IU Precision Health Challenge Makes Progress

    Indiana University’s 2016 Grand Challenge aims to advance precision medicine. The precision health challenge seeks to advance treatment and cures for diseases common in Indiana such as cancer, diabetes and
  • U.S. Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.) says he’s hopeful the Senate will vote in August on comprehensive opioid addiction treatment legislation. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Young Discusses Opioid Addiction Treatment

    Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.) says he’s hopeful the Senate will vote in August on comprehensive opioid addiction treatment legislation. Young met with local stakeholders to discuss ways to address the
  • Nat’l Night Out Postponed

    Tonight’s National Night Out event has been postponed due to the ongoing possibility of thunderstorms in our area throughout the evening. Police Chief Dusty Luking made the announcement just before
  • City Announces Changes to 6th Street Closure

    The closure of a portion of one of Vincennes’ busiest streets has been pushed back. 6th Street between Main and Vigo was scheduled to be closed beginning tonight at 6:00
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