• Perdue Ag to Reopen Cargill Elevator

    A recently closed grain elevator in Vincennes will be reopened. Perdue AgriBusiness has announced they will purchase and reopen the former Cargill grain elevator in Vincennes. Cargill closed the elevator
     
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  • Invasive Species Now Regulated in Knox Co.

    A new ordinance is now in place to regulate invasive plant species in the area. The Knox County Commissioners unanimously approved the ordinance, which outlines what plants can no longer
     
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  • Commissioners Make Change to County EDIT Plan

    The Knox County Commissioners have voted to alter the county EDIT plan. By a vote of 2 to 1, the Commissioners approved taking dollars from the EDIT fund to move
     
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  • United Way Still Seeking VITA Volunteers

    Joyce Conrad the VITA Volunteer coordinator for Knox County United Way is looking to recruit and train prospective volunteers for the VITA program. The volunteers assist the United Way in
     
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  • (Courtesy of Purdue University Center for Commercial Agriculture)

    Ag Barometer Sees Record Decline

    Purdue University’s Ag Economy Barometer, which measures producer sentiment, has seen record declines following establishment of the Trump administration’s tariffs. July’s declines were the biggest since the measure was first established in
     
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  • Peter Wright (Photo courtesy of LinkedIn)

    Trump Superfund Nominee Recuses Self

    President Donald Trump’s nominee to lead the Superfund program says he’ll recuse himself from sites contaminated by his former employer DowDuPont — eleven of which are in Indiana. For nearly
     
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  • Dr. Melissa Collier, left, will join the state health department and Dr. Daniel Rusyniak, right, will join the state Family and Social Services Administration. (Photos courtesy of LinkedIn, Indiana University)

    Two State Agencies Add New Chief Medical Officers

    Two Indiana agencies named new chief medical officers, or CMOs, to lead efforts to improve the health of Hoosiers. Dr. Melissa Collier will be joining the Indiana State Department of
     
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  • U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) and former state representative Mike Braun, a Republican, face off this fall in Indiana's U.S. Senate race. (Photos courtesy of the U.S. Senate and Indiana General Assembly)

    Donnelly, Braun Weigh in on Iran Sanctions

    U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) says he supports sanctions on Iran that just took effect. But the Hoosier Democrat also defends the Iran nuclear deal entered into during President Barack
     
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  • Sen. Joe Donnelly says it’s important to balance enforcement and treatment in the fight against drug addiction. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Donnelly Touts Drug Enforcement, Treatment Efforts

    U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) Tuesday touted drug enforcement funding he’s helped secure for Indiana law enforcement agencies. Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry says Donnelly was vital to ensure Indiana
     
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  • New Facade Bids Closer to the Mark

    A pair of bids have now been taken under advisement for downtown facade work in Vincennes. The Board of Works called a special meeting yesterday at noon to open a
     
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