• Fire Damages Vincennes Home

    Fire caused an estimated $50,000 in damage to a Vincennes Home this morning. Members of the Vincennes Township Fire Department responded to a report of a structure fire at 2622 N.
     
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  • Autumn On Main Street Is Tonight

    Area residents can celebrate the fall season in downtown Vincennes during “Autumn on Main” this evening from 5:30 to 9:00pm. The event is being sponsored by INVIN and the Knox
     
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  • Fitness Fair Coming To Lester Square Saturday

    > A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held tomorrow at Lester Square Park in Vincennes to dedicate the new fitness equipment that was recently installed. Vincennes Mayor Joe Yochum, members
     
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  • Dubois County Man Faces Child Abuse Charges

    A Dubois County father is accused of repeatedly locking a child in what police are calling a “closet cage.” 57-year-old Alan Friz is charged with criminal confinement and neglect of
     
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  • Cannelton Man Arrested After Eluding Police Chase

    Indiana State Police arrested a Cannelton man after a multi-county pursuit that started early Wednesday morning. ISP says a dark blue minivan was going 58 miles-per hour on 3rd Street
     
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  • Vincennes Man Arrested On Theft Charges

    A Vincennes man wanted on theft charges was arrested in the 19-hundred block of Hart Street yesterday. 52-year-Old Billy Joe Kennedy was arrested around 5:30 pm and taken to the
     
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  • United Way Day of Caring Kicks Off Today

    The United Way of Knox County will kick-off it’s annual Day of Caring event later today. In addition to assisting local non-profit agencies, United Way Director Mark Hill says volunteers
     
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  • ‘Men of Distinction’ Coming to Daviess Co.

    The Daviess County Historical Society will launch its latest major exhibit, “Men of Distinction,” October 19th with a special premiere reception. The exhibit features biographies, photographs, memorabilia, and more from
     
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  • Steele Named New Director of Disability Services

    Vincennes University has announced that Jill Steele has been hired as the new Director of Disability Services. Steele holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Sociology
     
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  • Blues Night Coffee House Setting Tone at VU

    Blues and Classic Rock will take over Vincennes University’s Jefferson Union later tonight. The Blues Night Coffee House is presented by the VU Department of Music, and will feature a
     
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