• Local Farm Receives Hoosier Homestead Award

    The Otten Farm, located in Knox County, was recognized at the Statehouse with a Hoosier Homestead award for 150 years of family farm ownership. The Otten farm has been in operation
     
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  • Osborne to Receive Davis Citation

    Former Knox County Judge Jim Osborne has been named the recipient of this year’s Walter A. Davis Memorial Citation. The award is presented annually by the Vincennes University Alumni Association.
     
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  • FAFSA Deadline Set for April 15th

    More than $300 million in state financial aid for college is available this year for Indiana students who qualify for need- and performance-based scholarships. To receive financial aid, students must
     
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  • March for Babies Event a Success

    Over 100 local residents made their way to the Vincennes University track over the weekend to support Knox County’s smallest citizens. The 2017 March for Babies event stepped off at
     
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  • KCDC Industrial Park Project Moving Along

    The future of the 41 Industrial Park just south of Vincennes is looking bright! Kirk Bouchie spoke to the Knox County Development Corporation at their meeting this morning, giving an
     
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  • Knox County CEO Program Taking Shape

    The Knox County CEO Program is a step closer to coming to life. CEO stands for Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities, and is a program designed to develop high schoolers interested in
     
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  • 6th Street Lane Closures to Start Monday

    The city of Vincennes has announced upcoming lane closures set to begin on Monday, April 10th. Various lanes on 6th Street between Old Wheatland Road to Saint Clair Street will be closed
     
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  • VTFP, Red Cross Installing Smoke Alarms

    As part of its ongoing Home Fire Campaign, the American Red Cross and the Vincennes Township Fire Department plan to install smoke alarms in homes across the district tomorrow. According
     
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  • VU Hosts Annual Junior Day Event

    High School Juniors from across Knox County gathered at Vincennes University’s PE Complex for Junior Day Thursday. Brent Magruder, Admission’s Counselor at VU, says special booths were set-up across the gymnasium
     
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  • VU Students, Staff Learn More About Sexual Assault

    Vincennes University students and staff were invited to come together yesterday to learn more about domestic abuse and sexual assault. The event, hosted by Hope’s Voice and the VU Counseling Center,
     
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