• VU Water Tower Renovation Slated for June

    The water tower on the Vincennes University Campus will be getting a new paint job and a new logo. Vincennes Water Utilities General Manager Kirk Bouchie says work to clean
     
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  • Local Arrest Report – 5.17.18

    -23-year-old Ray Ebler is facing charges of domestic battery and criminal confinement following an incident early this morning. He’s being held in the Knox County Jail on two counts of
     
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  • (Photo courtesy of NASA)

    IN Native To Lead NASA’s Johnson Space Center

    A Hoosier has been chosen as the next director of NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston.  Mark Geyer was born in Indianapolis and received his bachelors and masters degrees in aeronautics
     
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  • Senate Public Policy Committee Chair Ron Alting (R-Lafayette) says he’ll give a hearing to a bill next year to legalize sports betting. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)

    Sports Betting Bill to Receive Hearing

    A key Senate committee chair says legislation to legalize sports betting in Indiana will get a hearing next session. That comes after this week’s Supreme Court decision that allows states
     
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  • Man Found Dead in Knox Co.

    An investigation is underway into the death of a Knox County agriculture worker. Knox County Corner Brian Hagen says the body of a 45-year-old man was found just south of
     
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  • Myszak & Palmer Selected for Pantheon Work

    The Knox County Commissioners have made an important decision for potential work at the Pantheon Theatre. The county is currently pursuing a Historic Preservation Grant that would see exterior work,
     
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  • RDC Hosting Public Hearing Tomorrow

    The public is invited to give their input on a proposed bond agreement to pay for Phase One of the Main Street project tomorrow morning. As required by state law,
     
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  • County Properties to Soon Have New Owners

    A number of county owned properties are a step closer to being in the hands of local entities and individuals. At their meeting Tuesday night, the Knox County Commissioners approved
     
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