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Marley Accepts Plea Deal in Fleck Murder Case

Posted on November 20th, 2017 by Jeff Smith

Lance Marley has reportedly accepted a plea deal in Gibson county. According to the Princeton Daily Clarion, the proposed deal would see Marley plead guilty and be sentenced to 55 years in prison, with credit for the one year he has spent in jail since his arrest, plus one day for every six days served without incident. The […]

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Authorities Warning Against Money Scam

Posted on November 20th, 2017 by Jeff Smith

The Daviess County Sheriff’s Department is warning against a scam making it’s way through our area. According to Captain Jay R. Crew, a male scammer going by the name of Ryan Scott has been approaching businesses, church and individuals in both Knox and Daviess counties in attempt to obtain money. At times, he is believed […]

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Knox Co. to Begin Search For Compliance Officer

Posted on November 21st, 2017 by Jeff Smith

The Knox County Commissioners will soon begin advertising for a new position. The job, Code Compliance Officer, would primarily be enforcing ordinance violations and perhaps unsafe building codes as well. The Code Compliance Officer would be an independent contractor with no benefits and must be able to provide their own transportation. If training and tools […]

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Central Dispatch Set for Communication Update

Posted on November 21st, 2017 by Jeff Smith

The Knox County Commissioners have approved a motion for Central Dispatch to purchase a new interface system that would connect CAD and GIS. E-911 Director Debbie Schmidtknecht approached the Commissioners last night about purchasing this new interface, stating that they did have the funds for it in 911. This system would combine the CAD and GIS […]

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Salvation Army Increasing Fundraising Goal

Posted on November 21st, 2017 by Jeff Smith

The Vincennes Salvation Army will be aiming higher this year. The organization announced last night at their Kettle Kick Off that they are raising their annual fundraising goal from 56,000 dollars to 75,000 dollars. This comes after a shortfall in fundraising thus far this year. New to this year’s Kettle Campaign, the Salvation Army has […]

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