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City Parks, Rotary Join to Put Playground Equipment at Leicester

(Vincennes, IN)–  The Vincennes City Parks Department will join with Vincenes Rotary to update playground equipment at Leicester  Square. Vincennes City Parks Supeintendent Steve Beamon says the installation, along with the Rotary donation, fits the Parks’ plans… Brad Dillon, of Vincennes Rotary, says the money comes from from both local and international funds… No installation […]

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K-9 Training Starts in Vincennes Today

(Vincennes, IN)– The Knox County Sheriff’s Department will host a national K-9 qualification week starting today in and around Vincennes.  The training will help dogs and their handlers from across Indiana, the nation, and North America meet training qualifications. Knox County Sheriff’s deputy Bill Poe is helping set up this week’s events.  Poe reminds everyone […]

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Congressman Bucshon Invites EPA to Area to Discuss Coal

Eighth District Congressman Larry Buschon called on the EPA’s top air official to visit his Congressional district. Janet McCabe of Indianapolis is the Acting Assistant Administrator at the EPA’s Office of Air and Radiation.  Buschon invited mcCabe to the eighth district for a public hearing on the EPA’s new rule to hear what his constituents […]

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Several Meetings Set for Monday Agenda

(Vincennes, IN)–  Several groups have scheduled meetings on this fourth Monday of September. The North Knox School Board will meet this morning at eight at the Corporation’s Administrative Center.  The Board is expected to adopt the Corporation’s 2015 budget.  The Board has also scheduled a public hearing on additional appropriations. This afternoon at five, the […]

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Stoplight Coming Back On at Sixth and Busseron

(Vincennes, IN)–  Vincennes city officials say traffic signals at the intersection of Sixth and Busseron will be turned back on today. The lights were shut-off and covered during an experiment with a two-way stop at the intersection. However, that didn’t work out. Motorist confusion and complaints from businesses about traffic flow prompted a reversal. The […]

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