• Indiana's congressional delegation is divided on proposed federal health reform. (U.S. House)

    IN Republicans Aren’t All Behind Health Care Bill

    Support for the GOP's federal health care reform bill isn’t universal among Indiana congressional Republicans.
     
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  • Local Arrest Report – 3.17.17

    – The Knox County Sheriff’s Department arrested 42-year-old Christopher Mullins early Thursday morning. Mullins is charged with Domestic Battery and Invasion of Privacy. – 37-year-old Franklin Seals was arrested by
     
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  • Parks Dept. Eyeing Big Improvements

    The Vincennes Parks & Recreation Department gave the public a glimpse into the future they hope to create in Vincennes in the next five to ten years. A public forum
     
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  • Military Museum Receives Six-Figure Grant

    It’s official! the Indiana Military Museum in Vincennes will soon be expanding. Museum Curator Jim Osbourne received word Tuesday that the museum had been awarded a six-figure matching grant from
     
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  • Phospherus Removal Project Halfway Done

    The Vincennes Utilities Services Board received an update Wednesday on the Phosphorous Removal project. Project Engineer Richard Claus says construction on a filtration system to remove the harmful substance is
     
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  • Gibson Co. Bridge to Close Monday

    The Indiana Department of Transportation says beginning Monday,a portion of State Road 65 in Gibson County near Mount Olympus will be closed for a bridge replacement project. Contractors will close
     
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  • Boyd Tabbed as Next Co. Highway Superintendent

    Knox County is close to hiring a new Highway Superintendent. Knox County Commission President Kelli Streeter told members of the County Council last night that Benji Boyd has agreed to
     
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  • Co. Council Supports Broadband Expansion

    The Knox County Council has passed a resolution in support of expanding broadband in the County. The Knox County Development Corporation is applying for a grant to study the feasibility
     
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  • FIA Asking for Abatement Ahead of Potential Growth

    Futaba is looking to grow again. Company officials appeared before the Knox County Council last night seeking a 10-year tax abatement for its plant in the Vincennes Industrial Park. Plant
     
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  • Culp to Review Co. Facility Needs

    Knox County Councilman David Culp has been appointed to an ad-hoc committee reviewing the county’s facility needs. Myzsak and Palmer architects recently completed a study of county owned buildings to
     
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