• Potential Explosives Investigated in Vincennes

    Authorities responded to the report of potentially dangerous materials in Vincennes Thursday afternoon. According to Vincennes Police Chief Dusty Luking, the investigation began during a routine search of a home
     
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  • City Receives Update on Main Street Project

    City Engineer John Sprague presented members of the Vincennes Redevelopment Commission with a bill for $60,000 Thursday. The bill was for wetland mitigation on the Main Street Project. The work
     
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  • RDC Puts Support Behind Pantheon Project

    Members of the Vincennes Redevelopment Commission showed their support for the proposed Pantheon Business Theatre project. The RDC has agreed to provide $332,000 towards the restoration of the building. which
     
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  • Torch to be Displayed at McGrady-Brockman

    The Knox County Bicentennial Commission and the Knox County Library will be holding a special presentation of a permanent torch to be displayed at the Library. This ceremony will take
     
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  • LHS Homecoming Gets Underway

    Vincennes Lincoln High School’s homecoming gets underway this afternoon. It’s one of the longest running traditions in the state. Chaz Hendrix, a teacher at Lincoln who helped with this year’s
     
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  • United Way Day of Caring on the Horizon

    We’re less than a week away from the United Way of Knox County’s Day of Caring. Part of the event will see local volunteers collect canned food at various locations
     
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  • The luxury handbag company Vera Bradley sent a letter to the Trump administration saying the cost of these tariffs would be three times the amount they saved in the tax reform bill. (Jungle Jim's International Market/Flickr)

    Tariffs to Hit Indiana-Based Vera Bradley

    The Trump administration’s third round of tariffs to be imposed on China includes handbags, a product made by northeast Indiana-based Vera Bradley. Vera Bradley has seen sales decline in recent
     
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  • Indiana Finance Authority Board Member Micah Vincent discusses the Toll Road deal. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Indiana Toll Road Deal Gets Final Approval

    The Indiana Finance Authority gave final approval to Gov. Eric Holcomb’s $1 billion deal with the Indiana Toll Road company. Toll rates on commercial trucks will increase Oct. 5 after
     
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  • ‘A Region Plus’ Pulls Stellar Application

    A Region Plus – the collaboration between the cities of Vincennes and Bicknell, and Knox County – has decided to take a step back and withdraw their application for funding from the
     
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  • Recent Rainfall Causes Few Water Problems

    “Astounding.” That’s how Vincennes Water Utilities General Manager Kirk Bouchie described the low amount of issues his department had during a recent rainfall. According to Bouchie, between Friday, September 7th
     
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