July 19th Opening Hoped for Rainbow Beach

(Vincennes, IN)–  Vincennes Mayor Joe Yochum is hoping for a July 19th opening for the new Rainbow Beach Aquatic Center.  Weather delays have pushed the opening over a month and a half past its anticipated Memorial Day weekend opening date. Vincennes Mayor Joe Yohchum says a few finishing touches are needed before the facility can […]

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Golf Cart Safety Pushed by VPD

(Vincennes, IN)– Vincennes owners of golf cart-related street vehicles are reminded to follow their operation rules this summer.  Vincennes City Police Chief Dusty Luking reminds everyone of City regulations in operating golf carts… Luking says despite a good safety record with the golf carts, cart operators need to remember those rules are there for a […]

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We Sure Can Make a Mess

Ever walked the Fourth of July Parade Route right AFTER the parade is over?  What a mess.  Bottles, cans, smashed candy, and worse.  It is street trash at its worst.  Ever walked the parade route less than eight hours after the crowd clears and the fire works are over?  Clean as a whistle.  Many of […]

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V-U, Toyota Present Partnership to Potential Partners

(Vincennes, IN)– Vincennes University joined together this morning with Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana to promote its work-study partnership.  The program allows students to combine three days of advanced study at V-u’s Vincennes campus with two days of practical work experience at Toyota.  The student is paid a wage for their work time at Toyota’s Princeton […]

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30 years…and no longer counting…

It took a “Big One.”  It took a driver leading only 14 laps in a rain-shortened race Sunday at Daytona– one that was suspended itself by rain Saturday night.  It took a “village”– of cars– many ending their day after a 26-car pileup, but not on a local freeway, but a Daytona superspeedway.  It took […]

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