• Council to Consider City Budget

    The Vincennes City Council will take another look at their budget this evening. During their meeting, the Council is set to consider an ordinance that would not only set in
     
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  • Agreement Could Make City Railways Safer

    The City of Vincennes will consider an agreement tonight that could increase railroad safety. City Engineer John Sprague will present an agreement to the Board of Works tonight that would
     
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  • Council Continues Consideration of Chicken Ordinance

    The chicken chatter in Vincennes will continue tonight. At the top of their budget for this evening, the Vincennes City Council will take a look amending a fourteen year old
     
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  • VU Receives Mining Grant

    Vincennes University will share in $10.5 Million dollars in grants to support mine safety. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration has announced they are awarding the
     
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  • U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.), center, speaks during a U.S. Senate debate against Republican Mike Braun, right, and Libertarian Lucy Brenton, left. (Photo courtesy Indiana Debate Commission, Darron Cummings/AP)

    Senate Candidates Spar in First Debate

    U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) and Republican challenger Mike Braun wasted no time in going on the attack in the first debate of this year’s Senate race. The candidates sparred
     
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    Voter Registration Deadline Today

    Tuesday Oct. 9 is the last day to register to vote for local, statewide and national representatives. Nearly 4.5 million Hoosiers are registered to vote. This year’s election, in addition
     
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  • One Dead in Gibson Co. Crash

    An Evansville man was killed in a two vehicle accident in around 3:00 a.m. Sunday in Princeton. 30-year-old Harradon Waddell died after the car he was driving crossed the center
     
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  • Local Kids to Learn About Natural Gas Safety

    Students at South Knox Elementary School will take part in an interactive, hands on safety education program tomorrow. Vectren Energy Delivery and the National Energy Foundation are sponsoring the Energy
     
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  • VU Students Near Edge of Space

    Students enrolled in Vincennes University’s Science and Engineering programs are working on another project that will send a weather balloon to the edge of space. Guillaum Jaubert, Assistant Professor of
     
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  • City to Welcome New Firefighters

    A new group of firefighters will be sworn in tomorrow night. During Tuesday’s Board of Works meeting, Vincennes Fire Chief Sonny Pinkstaff is slated to introduce the city’s newest firefighters
     
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