FDNY Chief Speaks on 9/11 at Skelton Center

(Vincennes, IN)–  A hero of the 9/11 attacks in New York City addressed the public at Vincennes University’s Red Skelton Performing Arts Center.  Thomas Van Essen headed the Fire Department of New York during 9/11; he spoke of the attacks, and the years following, in his speech. 343 firemen lost their lives rescuing people from […]

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Curb Repairs Continue Tomorrow in Vincennes

(Vincennes, IN)– Two more Vincennes intersections will be affected by curb repairs from tomorrow through the end of next week.  The next project area will be at Second Street and College Avenue.  Short term closures will affect traffic there between tomorrow and Monday, September 22nd. After that, repair crews will move to Sixth and College […]

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KCPL Renovation About to Go to Bid

(Vincennes, IN)–  ]Planning for the renovation of the Knox County Public Library’s Youth Department is about 95 percent complete. A few small details are left to address, and by Friday Project Architect Harry Mohler expects to begin advertising for bids. The work will renovate the HVAC, Flooring, Ceiling, lighting and walls of the upper floor […]

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Wide Range of Gas Prices in Area

(Vincennes, IN)– A wide range of gas prices continue in this area.  According to Gasbuddy.com, Washington has the lowest gas price in the area, at 3-09 per gallon.  Next lowest is Linton at 3-23, followed by Petersburg at 3-25 per gallon.  Haubstadt and Loogootee both check in at 3-27 per gallon, with Princeton at 3-31.  […]

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Flushing Continues in Vincennes Tonight

(Vincennes, IN)– Vincennes Water Utilities crews will continue hydrant flushing and water main inspection tonight in another part of Vincennes.  Beginning tonight at eight, crews will work in an area bounded by Second Street, New Albany Avenue, Chicago Avenue, and the Wabash River.  Work will also happen in a second area along Third Street between […]

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