• Investment Fund Aims to Recoup $300k Loss

    Ben Roeger, a certified public accountant presented the Knox County Commissioners last night with a draft resolution that would establish a cumulative capital investment fund and look to recover over 300-thousand
     
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  • Commissioners Approve Use of Co. Credit Card

    The Knox County Commissioners approved the use of a courthouse credit card for Maintenance Supervisor Rick Carroll to use. The commissioners set a limit of up to $5,000 for purchases and must
     
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  • Foundation Establishes Grundman Scholarship

    The Vincennes University Foundation has established a new scholarship. The Mark E. Grundman Conservation Law Scholarship will be awarded to an incoming freshman set to major in conservation law. With
     
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  • Local Arrest Report – 3.21.17

    – The Knox County Sheriff’s Department arrested 39-year-old Chanord Sago yesterday afternoon. He is charged with driving without a license. – 23-year-old Ashley Ann Paul was arrested by the Knox
     
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  • Bassler: No Quick Fix for ISTEP

    State Senator Eric Bassler of Washington says individuals expecting a quick fix for the ISTEP test are going to be disappointed. Speaking on WVUT’s Meet Your Legislators Program Saturday, Bassler Read More >>
  • Local Arrest Report – 3.20.17

    -Vincennes Police responded to a report of a suspicious person in the 900 block of Harrison Street around 9:45 Saturday night. Officers located and arrested 24-year-old Travis Allen for resisting
     
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  • ISP Investigating Police Impersonator Claims

    Be aware! Indiana State Police say they have received a number of complaints regarding police impersonators in Gibson, Sullivan, Daviess and Knox counties. According to ISP, several drivers report they
     
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  • Students Compete in Culinary Challenge

    Creating a culinary masterpiece is no easy task, even for the top chefs in the world. Now imagine you’re aiming to do so before you’ve even reached Middle School! That’s
     
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