• Mental Health First Aid Course Offered in August

    The community is invited to learn more about mental health in the coming weeks. A Mental Health First Aid course will be offered to help those who attend recognize the
     
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  • Stellar Collaboration Unveils Plans, New Logo

    Knox County, Vincennes and Bicknell have revealed more information about their Stellar application. The collaboration, known as ‘A Region Plus’ presented their new logo during today’s Knox County Chamber of Commerce
     
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  • SIDC Receives Grant for Entrepreneurship

    Entrepreneurship is about to get a boost in Southern Indiana. The Southern Indiana Development Commission has received a $50,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration to
     
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  • Pacesetter Campaign Underway for United Way

    The Pacesetter campaign is officially underway for the United Way of Knox County. Pacesetter campaigns serve as a way to get each year’s fund raising campaign off the ground, by
     
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  • Burkhart Foundation Teeing Off to Help Others

    The Travis Burkart Foundation will once again take a swing at helping those in need! The 11th Annual Travis Burkhart Foundation Golf Scramble will take place next weekend at Country
     
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  • Farmers Market Looking for Pavilion Improvements

    The Vincennes Farmer’s Market is selling shopping bags to help pay for improvements to the Riverfront Pavilion. During Wednesday’s Knox County Chamber Luncheon, Spokesman Ed Gornell says the bags are
     
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  • Hoosiers protest the 2016 anti-abortion law at the Statehouse shortly after it took effect. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Court Strikes Down Part of Anti-Abortion Law

    A federal appeals court says an Indiana law that requires women to have an ultrasound at least 18 hours before an abortion is unconstitutional. Indiana has required women to view
     
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  • CAFOs off Route 25 in Tippecanoe County. (FILE PHOTO: Annie Ropeik/IPB News)

    CAFOs Don’t Have to Report Animal Waste Emissions

    Farmers officially don’t have to report toxic emissions from animal waste and other pollutants. On Tuesday, the Environmental Protection Agency solidified a rule on that after more than a decade
     
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  • Nearly 1,000 people attended the Statewide Opioid Summit in Indianapolis. (Jill Sheridan/IPB News)

    Treatment Models Highlighted at Opioid Summit

    The Statewide Opioid Summit focused on the intersection of addiction and the justice systemand highlighted Medication-Assisted Treatment. Medicated-assisted treatment or MAT combines medications like methadone with therapy to treat addiction.
     
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  • Chase Ends With One Man in Custody

    A pursuit in northern Knox County ended with one man behind bars Tuesday. According to Knox County Sheriff Mike Morris, a pair of detectives made their way to a home
     
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