• County Budget Hearings Move to Final Night

    Two-Thirds of the 2018 Knox County Budget Hearings are over. Yesterday afternoon and into the evening, the County Council heard from four of the biggest county agencies: The Public Defender
     
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  • Rainbow Beach Sees Successful 2017

    Vincennes Parks Superintendent Steve Beaman says Rainbow Beach Swimming Pool finished the year in the black. Although he doesn’t have an exact accounting yet. Beaman says revenue generated by the
     
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  • Contract Signed for Lester Square Equipment

    A contract has been signed for the installation of fitness equipment at Lester Square Park. Vincennes Parks Superintendent Steve Beaman says workers with GameTime, are expected to be in the
     
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  • Local Arrest Report – 9.14.17

    – Vincennes Police arrested a local woman on a trio of charges Wednesday afternoon. 38-year-old Sue Ellen Small was taken into custody, charged with possession of a controlled substance and
     
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  • Public Invited to 2nd Historical Walking Tour

    The George Rogers Clark National Historical Park will offer their second Historical Walking Tour tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m. The hike offers the public the chance to hike with GRC
     
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  • VU Hosting Indiana Commission for Higher Ed.

    Vincennes University is playing host to the Indiana Commission for Higher Education today. Members of the Commission are schedule to meet for a working session from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m.
     
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  • Local Leaders Still Await Word on CCMG Funds

    City Engineer John Sprague told members of the Vincennes Board of Works earlier this week that they are awaiting word on the city’s Community Crossings grant application. According to Sprague,
     
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  • Bicknell Working Through 2018 Budget

    The Bicknell City Council held a public hearing Monday on the proposed 2018 city budget. According to Mayor Thomas Estabrook, the proposed budget includes an increase in wages of 4%
     
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