County Council Confident of Supplies for Winter

The Knox County Council believes County officials will be in good shape to maintain the County’s roads this winter. Between federal, state, and local funds, County officials say the roads receive around six million dollars yearly in scheduled maintenance. Council member Bob Lechner also says the County has given nearly a million dollars itself to the County Highway Department… <!–[if lt IE 9]>document.createElement(‘audio’);<![endif]–> http://www.wzdm.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/NEW0001_Bob-Lechner-cut-1.mp3 Council members have always been conservative in spending money…

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GSH Approves Purchases for Cancer Detection

(Vincennes, IN)– The Good Samaritan Hospital Board of Governors approved two upgrades to help Hospital doctors better battle cancer. The first purchase was a 3-D reading unit for the Hospital’s recently-purchased 3-D breast tomography unit. Currently, doctors use a 2-D device to read mammograms; the new device will allow more accurate readings, as well as provide for quicker examination, and lesser patient discomfort…

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GSH Energy Center to Switch On Next Month

(Vincennes, IN)– The new Good Samaritan Hospital Energy Center will become operational in mid-December. Hunt Construction representative Mike Hoon told the G-S-H Board of Governors at that time, power will be transferred from the current electric plant to the new Energy Center. …

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Three Companies Donate Thanksgiving Goods

(Undated)– Three area food companies have donated goods for the less fortunate during this Thanksgiving season. The donations came from Farbest Foods, Perdue Farms, and Dubois-based Wabash Valley Produce. Both Farbest and Perdue Farms have operations in Vincennes…

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