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    Colorado Arrest ‘No Bigger’ Than Other Tips

    Carroll County Sheriff Tobe Leazenby says his office is investigating an Indiana man arrested in Colorado for allegedly threatening people along a trail, but he says there’s not yet reason
     
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  • Officials Urging Fire Safety

    Vincennes Township Fire Chief Tim Smith says the lack of rain combined with high temperatures has left the area ripe for field fires. Just this week, two farm combines have
     
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  • Alices Coming Together for Annual Homecoming

    Downtown Vincennes will come alive this afternoon as Lincoln High School’s annual Homecoming Parade will kick-off numerous class reunions and other activities all weekend long. The Parade will step off
     
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  • VU Pet Food Drive Set for Next Week

    Vincennes University students will be putting on their 10th Annual Pet Food Drive on Campus next week. Forest Fairchild, Coordinator for Off-Campus Properties says V-U students will be collecting food
     
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  • International Play Festival Coming to VU

    Six local representatives will take part in an international play festival this weekend in Vincennes. The Red Eye Play Festival a worldwide collaboration and celebration featuring six original ten-minute plays
     
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  • Annual Men’s Health Tune Up Next Week

    Good Samaritan Hospital’s annual Men’s Health Tune-Up is just around the corner. The event will be held next Tuesday, October 3rd from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Highland Woods
     
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    Committee Considers Ways To Close Provider Gap

    Indiana faces healthcare provider shortages in many areas, especially rural ones.
     
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    Should Opioid Survivors be Forced into Treatment?

    In Indiana, experts admit the bar for involuntary treatment — committing someone to medical care without their consent  — is high. Currently, if law enforcement deems a person dangerous or gravely disabled,
     
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  • Community Foundation Awards $35k+ in Grants

    The Knox County Community Foundation granted awards totaling over 35-thousand dollars to 10 charitable groups during Wednesday’s Knox County Chamber Bandwagon. The grants ware awarded through the foundation’s Community Good
     
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  • Knox Co. Drug Court Announces Trio of Graduations

    The Knox County Drug Court held a graduation ceremony Wednesday for 3-participants who completed the intensive program which takes a minimum of a year. Joe Williams, Director of the County’s
     
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