• Tough Year for Dairy Farmers

    Dairy farmers in Indiana say 2018 was a rough year. The Indiana Dairy Producers said yesterday that about ten percent of the state’s dairy farms closed last year. The Dairy
     
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  • Vincennes University Students Return

    Traffic is expected to increase this weekend in Vincennes as VU students return. VU dorms reopen to students today, and Welcome Weekend will run through Sunday evening. This, of course,
     
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  • United Way of Knox County Offers Tax Assistance

    The United Way of Knox County will once again be offering assistance to area residents needing help in filing their federal and state income taxes. The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
     
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  • KCARC Stock the Shelter

    KCARC is looking to help Stock the Shelter as we get further into the new year. In an effort to fill the shelves of the Vincennes Animal Shelter, The 1972
     
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  • Knox County Arrests

    A Vincennes man is being held in the Knox County Jail on a charge of domestic Battery. 35-year-old Joshua Carie was arrested by Vincennes Police around 9:30 am after responding to
     
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  • Knox County Republican Party Line Up Thus Far

    The Knox County Republican Party has rolled out a large portion of their line up for the 2019 elections. This morning, seven Republicans filed to participate in the Municipal Elections
     
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  • Cannabis Rally at the Statehouse

    Supporters of medical marijuana legalization gathered at the Statehouse Tuesday.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Jill Sheridan reports the rally featured a few new voices since last year.
     
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  • Lee Seeks Permission for New Position

    Knox Superior Court-One Judge Gara Lee sought permission from the County Council last night to create a new position within her court. Lee informed council members that she had received
     
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  • 315 Main Street Project

    A downtown building currently under construction continues to take shape. Clint and Leach Richter, owners of the property at 315 Main Street, appeared before the Urban Enterprise Association at their
     
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  • UEA to Keep a Tighter Hold on Money

    There’s still some money in the bank for the Urban Enterprise Association, but not much. During Tuesday’s meeting, Treasurer Shirley Rose told the Board, after all is said and done,
     
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