• YMCA Running Membership Promotion

    Now is a great time to join the Vincennes YMCA.  Marketing Director Bridgette Bilskie says they are running a special promotion where you can join the Y for just one dollar.
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    Health Insurance Marketplace Closes Dec. 15

    Hoosiers have until midnight Saturday Dec. 15 to sign up for health insurance on the marketplace established by the Affordable Care Act.  Open enrollment on HealthCare.gov began Nov. 1 for
  • Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) sounded warning bells for America’s future in his final floor speech (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    Donnelly Sounds Warning Bells in Final Speech

    U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) sounded warning bells for America’s future in his final floor speech this week. Donnelly praised bipartisan successes like the Right to Try bill, which allows
  • Hill Announces Partnership BBB, FTC

    Indiana attorney general Curtis Hill on Tuesday announced a partnership with the Better Business Bureau  and regional chapter of the Federal Trades Commission to battle internet scams that bilk Hoosiers. The
  • Bassler Named Senate Committee Chair

    State Senator Eric Bassler of Washignton has been appointed to chair the Senate Committee on Insurance and Financial Institutions as well as the School Funding Subcommittee for the upcoming session of the Indiana
  • More Money Coming to VWU Employees

    The management team for the Vincennes Water Utilities is in line for a bonus. Members of the Utility Services Board’s salary committee recommended a one time bonus of 40% for
  • Upgrade Underway at Pike Co. Jail

    The Pike County Jail is currently undergoing a planned security upgrade. Officials says that while work is underway the inmate phone system at the jail will be off-line and inmate visitation
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    Supt. Wants All Schools to See Money

    Indiana’s state schools superintendent says state lawmakers have told the Indiana Department of Education that the next state budget will be tight and there will be less money than expected
  • From left to right: Greg Ellis of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, State Representative Ed Soliday, and State Senator Jim Merritt were part of a panel discussion on utilities and infrastructure in Indianapolis Wednesday (Rebecca Thiele/IPB News)

    Energy Efficiency Measures Unlikely This Session

    You might hear about water infrastructure and rural broadband in Indiana’s upcoming legislative session. But if Wednesday’s legislative conference in Indianapolis is any indication, you might not see more bills