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ISP Seeking New Recruits

Posted on February 19th, 2018 by Jeff Smith

The deadline is drawing near for the 78th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy. Those interested in a career as an Indiana State Trooper have until this Sunday at Midnight to turn in their applications. Currently, the ISP Human Resources Division Employment Services Team has received over 1,000 incomplete applications. Applicants are encouraged to check their […]

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Next Step in Riverview Loft Project Coming Thurs.

Posted on February 19th, 2018 by Jeff Smith

The future of the Riverview Lofts in downtown Vincennes will be revealed later this week. On Thursday, February 22nd, Architect Andy Myszak will find out if his application for federal tax credits was approved. It’s the next step in Myszak beginning to transform the area where grain silos currently stand along first street. The project […]

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Court of Appeals Returning to VU

Posted on February 19th, 2018 by Jeff Smith

Indiana’s second highest court will make its way to Vincennes University later this week. As part of the Appeals on Wheels program, the Court of Appeals of Indiana will hear oral arguments in the case of the KCARC versus Melissa Davis. As part of the case, Davis alleges KCARC discriminated against her on the basis […]

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FAFSA Help Offered for Area Students

Posted on February 19th, 2018 by Jeff Smith

College Goal Sunday is set for this weekend. As part of the nation-wide event, local students can receive assistance in filling out the free application for federal student aid or FAFSA. Financial aid professionals will be available at Vincennes University’s Vincennes and Jasper campuses February 25th at 2:00 p.m. The Vincennes Campus event will take […]

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Clark March to Commemorate Sackville Capture

Posted on February 19th, 2018 by Jeff Smith

The George Rogers Clark National Historical Park will be hosting special events towards the end of the week to commemorate Clark’s capture of Fort Sackville in Vincennes. Park Ranger and Historic interpreter Joe Herron says there will be a ceremony on Friday at 11:00 a.m. in the Clark Memorial Rotunda. Then on Saturday beginning at […]

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Local Arrest Report – 2.19.18

Posted on February 19th, 2018 by Jeff Smith

-A traffic stop led to a drug arrest Sunday morning in Vincennes. 36-year-old Andre Hardy was arrested by Indiana State Police. He was booked into the Knox County Jail charged with possession of meth. Hardy is facing a second count of impersonating a public employee after he falsely identified himself to police as a Department […]

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Vectren Rate Changes Coming

Posted on February 17th, 2018 by tcloyd

Vectren says it is revising its rates for customers because of the recent federal tax overhaul. But the company’s plans, announced today (FRI), will require approval from Indiana state officials. In a statement, the natural gas provider did not provide specific data to show how the lowered corporate tax rate will benefit customers. It only […]

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Like Drops Out Of Council Race

Posted on February 16th, 2018 by tcloyd

Incumbent Knox County Council member Nichole Like has decided to drop her bid for another term on the Council. Like who is up for re-election to the District 3 Council seat tells the Vincennes Sun-Commercial that she decided to withdraw from the race in order to devote more time to her family. Like, a republican […]

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