• Lawrence Co. Couple to Receive 2018 Arnold Award

    A Lawrence County couple have been named the recipients of the 2018 John Arnold Award for Rural Preservation from Indiana Landmarks and Indiana Farm Bureau. The annual award is named
     
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  • Knox County Continues Efforts to Reduce Smoking

    Although smoking rates have decreased in the last several years in Knox County, members of the Knox County Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Coalition say their work is far from over.
     
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  • Lowe’s Donates to Gregg Park

    The Vincennes Lowe’s Home Improvement and Hardware Store is donating 30 new picnic tables to be placed in Gregg Park. Superintendent Steve Beaman says the donation comes at a welcome
     
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  • Dr. Nichols to Speak at GRC

    The George Rogers Clark National Historical Park is preparing to welcome a guest speaker this weekend. Dr. Nichols is an Associate Professor of History at Indiana State University. He will
     
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  • Tactical Training to Make Knox Co. Safer

    Knox County Law Enforcement will take their training to the next level tomorrow morning. Local officers will make the trek to Vincennes University’s Gibson┬áCounty Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Logistics
     
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  • Council Approves Change to County EDIT Fund

    Some offices by the courthouse may be moving in the near future. Knox County Commissioner Trent Hinkle informed the Knox County Council that they had made an offer on a
     
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  • Board Putting Out RFQ for Pantheon Work

    The Interlocal Board in charge of the Pantheon project will soon send out a request to all architects interested in taking on interior work on the former theatre. At their
     
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  • YMCA Hosting Fish Fry Fund Raiser

    The Vincennes YMCA is hosting a fish fry at the end of this week. The event will take place on Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and pick up
     
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  • VU Kicks Off Welcome Week Tomorrow

    Vincennes University student activities is ready for students to return to campus this week. Welcome Week officially kicks off on Thursday as students begin arriving on Campus. From there, Director
     
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  • Supporters of the non-binding resolution recognizing gun violence as a public health issue. (Katie Simpson/WFYI)

    Indy: Gun Violence is Public Health Issue

    Gun violence is now recognized as a public health issue in Indianapolis, after the City County Council passed a non-binding resolution. Ahmad Moore came to support the proposal with his
     
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