• Man Found Dead in Knox Co.

    An investigation is underway into the death of a Knox County agriculture worker. Knox County Corner Brian Hagen says the body of a 45-year-old man was found just south of
     
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  • Myszak & Palmer Selected for Pantheon Work

    The Knox County Commissioners have made an important decision for potential work at the Pantheon Theatre. The county is currently pursuing a Historic Preservation Grant that would see exterior work,
     
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  • RDC Hosting Public Hearing Tomorrow

    The public is invited to give their input on a proposed bond agreement to pay for Phase One of the Main Street project tomorrow morning. As required by state law,
     
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  • County Properties to Soon Have New Owners

    A number of county owned properties are a step closer to being in the hands of local entities and individuals. At their meeting Tuesday night, the Knox County Commissioners approved
     
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  • Stellar Meeting Set for Next Week

    As the cities of Bicknell and Vincennes, along with Knox County, move forward with the 2018 Stellar Community program, they will soon be calling on the public. During Tuesday Night’s
     
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  • Free Car Seat Clinic Set for Friday

    Continuing in their commitment to Child Passenger Safety, Good Samaritan Hospital has announced a free car seat clinic to close out this week. On Friday from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.,
     
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  • Zoning Change Sent to APC

    A request for a zoning change is now headed to the Area Plan Commission. Attorney Graham Dycus appeared before the Knox County Commissioners at their meeting last night on behalf
     
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  • Commissioners Create Fund for E911 Upgrade

    A capitol improvement fund has officially been established to help upgrade the Knox County 911 system. The County Commissioners unanimously approved the creation of the fund at their meeting Tuesday
     
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  • VCSC Offering in Summer Meal Program

    The Vincennes Community School Corporation has announced they will participate in the Summer Food Service Program in 2018. As part of the program, free breakfast and lunch will be available
     
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  • Marguerite Topping (left) and Anne Laker (right) of the Indiana Forest Alliance stand outside the Garrison Ballroom at Fort Harrison State Park where the Natural Resources Commission held their meeting Tuesday. (Rebecca Thiele/IPB News)

    Bobcat Proposals Struck Down

    Hoosiers won’t be allowed to hunt bobcats any time soon. The state’s Natural Resources Commission decided not to go forward with two controversial proposals on Tuesday. The proposed rules would
     
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