• Council Names New President, VP

    The Vincennes City Council has shuffled their leadership positions. At their meeting Monday evening, the Board was unanimous in naming At-Large City Councilman Duane Chattin as their President. Chattin then nominated
     
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  • City Projects Remain on Schedule

    A handful of Vincennes city projects continue to progress. At their meeting last night, the Board of Works heard from City Engineer John Sprague, who first provided an update on
     
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  • Only One Candidate Files for Vacant Council Seat

    Only one local Democrat has stepped forward to fill a vacant seat on the City Council. Knox County Clerk David Shelton says Democrat Traci Breece was the lone Democrat from
     
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  • Brown Filed for District 3 Council Race

    Democrat Scott Brown is the latest politician to file for the 2019 Municipal Elections in Vincennes. Brown, who served as Council President in 2018, will seek to retain his seat
     
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  • Officers Urge Ice Safety

    Are you on thin ice? As winter continues and we prepare for a big cool down over the weekend, Indiana Conservation Officers are advising citizens of the hazards of being
     
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  • County Road Closure Announced for Wednesday

    The Knox County Highway Department has announced a road closure set to take place on Wednesday. According to Highway Superintendent Benji Boyd, Overhead Bridge Road, between Langdon Road and Old
     
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  • Museum Celebrates Red’s Pledge

    The Red Skelton Museum of America Comedy paid tribute to their namesake last night. The Museum hosted a special event, commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Red’s famous Pledge of Allegiance.
     
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  • Bicknell City Council Approves Budget Reduction

    The Bicknell City Council had first reading of an ordinance to reduce the city’s General Fund Budget by $66,000. The budget cut was prompted by expenses outpacing revenue in 2018,
     
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  • Waggoner Signs with IU

    A local student athlete made a big decision about her future this morning. Vincennes Rivet’s Grace Waggoner, a standout athlete in multiple sports, inked her letter of intent to play
     
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  • City to Open Shelter House Bids

    Tonight, The City of Vincennes will open bids for the upcoming Shelter House renovation at Gregg Park. Lara Dawson from RQAW will present the bids to the Board of Works
     
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