• VCSC Eyeing Later Start Date in 2018

    The start of the 2018-2019 Vincennes Community School Corporation school year may get off to a later start than previous years. Vincennes School Superintendent Greg Parsley said he had been
     
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  • VPD Station A Step Closer to Renovation

    The Vincennes Board of Works officially opened bids for the Department of Natural Resources Conditions Assessment and Preservation Plan for the Vincennes Police Station. The historic building, located on Busseron
     
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  • Major Scott Edwards speaks at the Indiana National Guard. (Jill Sheridan/IPB News)

    New Law Aims To Reduce Suicide

    This year the Indiana National Guard has fully implemented the Sexton Act requiring service members to receive a mental health screening.
     
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  • One Injured in Dubois Co. Explosion

    Emergency crews responded to the report of an explosion at a Dubois County business Monday morning. Dubois County dispatch confirmed that crews responded to the explosion at Styline Diesel Services Center,
     
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  • Pair Injured in Dubois Co. Crash

    A Petersburg man was seriously injured in a weekend crash. According to Indiana State Police, the accident happened Friday evening between Jasper and Huntingburg when 21-year-old Christian Stepanek was driving
     
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  • Tax Preparer Sentenced to 4 Years

    A Vincennes Tax preparer was sentenced in Federal Court last week in the preperation of over 350 false tax returns. 56-year-old Deborah Richards previously pleaded guilty to three counts of
     
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  • Sweeney Named Citizen of the Year

    The Vincennes Civitan Club has announced their 2017 Citizen of the Year. Phyllis Sweeney will receive the award at a luncheon on December 7th at Vincennes University. An Edwardsport native,
     
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  • KCCF Announces Giving Tuesday Event

    The Knox County Community Foundation has announced their first ever Giving Tuesday event. The event will be focused on building permanent endowment funds for the foundation’s nearly 40 charitable partners.
     
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  • VU Recognized for Military Education

    Vincennes University is ranked as the sixth best institution in the nation for veterans and active military students according to a new survey released by the Military Times. The survey
     
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