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Storm Causes Power Outage At, Around LHS

(Vincennes, IN)– A strong early-morning storm affected power for around 85 Duke Energy users in and around Lincoln High School. The power went out around five-35 this morning to customers on the Hart Street Road corridor from Felt King Road eastward past Lincoln High School. Power was restored to affected customers within two hours of the outage…

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Wind Advisory for Area Today

(Undated)– High winds could play havoc with area commutes today. The National Weather Service has issued a high wind advisory for the area; winds could gust up to 45 miles an hour at times from now (7 am) to seven p-m. The high winds could affect driving– especially for lighter vehicles…

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Vincennes City Parks Renovation to Focus on Other Projects

(Vincennes, IN)– With the opening of the Rainbow Beach Aquatic Center earlier this year, the focus of the City Parks Department now is on other projects across the City’s Parks landscape. Vincennes Parks Department superintendent Steve Beamon says they will focus on repairs to the Gregg Park band shell– but admits that isn’t the sole improvement… <!–[if lt IE 9]>document.createElement(‘audio’);<![endif]–> http://www.wzdm.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/NEW0004_Steve-Beamon-cut-1.mp3 Beamon says he will seek both public and private funding to handle the Parks’ renovation projects… http://www.wzdm.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/NEW0005_Beamon-cut-2.mp3 Beamon did not give a timetable for work on any of the City Parks projects.

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V-U Youth Center Renovation Continues

Knox County Public Library officials expect to take the next week to move its Youth Center books to the Center’s temporary home in the Library’s basement. The books are being transferred to the basement to allow the Center’s renovation in the upstairs part of the Library. Judy Kratzner is with the Knox County Public Library. …

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