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Low Water Cancels VU Tube Race

Posted on September 22nd, 2017 by Jeff Smith

Vincennes University’s Tube Race, scheduled for this Saturday at Kimmell Park, has been canceled due to low water levels in the Wabash River. The race is part of VU’s annual Family and Alumni Weekend. Replacing the Tube Race will be Family and Alumni Olympics, offering several competitions for participants. The games will begin at 11 […]

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VU Cancels Annual Tube Race

Posted on September 21st, 2017 by tcloyd

Vincennes University’s Tube Race, scheduled for this Saturday (Sept. 23) at Kimmell Park, has been cancelled due to low water levels in the Wabash River. The race is part of VU’s annual Family and Alumni Weekend. Replacing the Tube Race will be Family and Alumni Olympics, offering several competitions for participants. The games will begin […]

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Community Crossings Matching Grant Funds Awarded

Posted on September 20th, 2017 by Rachel Schwartz

The City of Vincennes will be receiving a substantial amount of funding for road paving, but not the $1.6 million dollars they initially applied for. Vincennes was one of 396 governmental entities to receive funding under the state’s Community Crossings initative. The city will receive $433,555. City Engineer John Sprague says they are looking to […]

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Good Samaritan Announces Wireless Upgrade

Posted on September 21st, 2017 by Jeff Smith

Good Samaritan Hospital has taken a big step towards making sure their patients are better connected. At their meeting Tuesday night, the hospital’s Board of Governors approved the purchase of a new antenna system that will provide better wireless reception throughout Gibault Memorial Tower. The installation work will be done by RF Connect, a Michigan […]

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Traffic Stop Nets Drug Bust in Warrick Co.

Posted on September 21st, 2017 by Jeff Smith

A traffic stop for reckless speeds on Interstate 64 Wednesday afternoon led to two men being jailed on drug and weapons charges. At 12:38 PM Wednesday, A state trooper spotted a Chevy Cruze driving eastbound on I-64 at 101 miles per hour. The Chevy stopped for Troopers at the 60 mile marker. While troopers were […]

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