• Man Who Entered SKMHS Identified

    The unknown man who entered South Knox Middle-High School Thursday afternoon has been identified. He was located in Daviess County. Sheriff Mike Morris, on his Facebook page, credited swift, professional
     
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  • Myszak Provides Update on Riverview Lofts

    Developers are moving forward with plans for construction of the Riverview Lofts apartment project in downtown Vincennes. Architect Andy Myszak told members of the Vincennes Redevelopment Commission yesterday that he
     
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  • Students, Staff Unharmed as Man Enters SKMHS

    The Knox County Sheriff’s Department continues to search for a man who entered South Knox Middle-High School. South Knox Superintendent Tim Grove says no students or staff were harmed or
     
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  • Ag Work Found Dead Has Been Identified

    Knox County Coroner Brian Hagen has released the name of a farm worker who died Tuesday in the Oaktown area. 45-year-old Victor Martinez was found near his pick-up truck a
     
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  • New Furniture Coming to Fortnightly

    The Vincennes Fortnightly Club is getting new furniture as part of the make over to the building’s interior. At their meeting Thursday, The Knox County Library Board agreed to purchase
     
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    IDEM Wants to Move Away From Printed Notices

    Indiana used to have to post public notices in newspapers when a company applied for a permit to put pollution into the air. But the Indiana Department of Environmental Management
     
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  • Bond Resolution Passed for Main St. Work

    Phase One of the Main Street Project in Vincennes officially has its funding. The Vincennes Redevelopment Commission unanimously approved the 2nd and 3rd reading of a resolution at their meeting
     
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  • Levee Work Expected This Summer

    Work to re-certify the Vincennes and Brevoort levee systems is expected to get underway sometime this summer. Levee Superintendent Hunter Pinnell says the federal emergency management agency, or FEMA, will
     
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