Gambill’s Listening Tour Continues Next Week

(Oaktown, IN)– 45th District Representative Bionca Gambill will continue her District Listening Tour Wednesday with a stop at the Oaktown Town Hall.  The Oaktown stop is one of three trips coming up for Gambill; she will also stop in Merom on Tuesday, September ninth, and end up at the Bicknell City Hall on Wednesday, September […]

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VU Enrollment Up Across its Campuses

(Vincennes, IN)– The Vincennes University Board of Trustees learned Wednesday that preliminary fall enrollment numbers are up, According to Kristi Deetz, Senior Director for External Relations at VU, incoming class enrollment at three of four VU campuses was up, with the Vincennes Campus totaling 2,606 incoming students, up 4 percent. Total first day enrollment at […]

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“Tom Bezy Day” Declared in Vincennes

(Vincennes, IN)– Vincennes Mayor Joe Yochum has issued a proclamation naming today as Tom Bezy Day. Today is Bezy’s last day; he will end his 44 and a half years at Vincennes Water Utilities at the end of the day. Bezy’s first day at the City water facility was on February fifth, 1970– less than […]

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VPD Arrest Two On Drug Charges

(Vincennes, IN)– Vincennes City Police arrested two Vincennes men this morning following their discovery in the 17-hundred block of Wabash Avenue. Officers found 35 year-old Darcell Jennings and 19 year-old Matthew Patton snd arrested the men on various drug charges.  Jennings is charged with dealing in marijuana over 30 grams, possession of marijuana over 30 […]

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KC Uses State. Local Funds for Roads

(Vincennes, IN)– Knox County road crews made good progress this summer repairing roads damaged by last winter’s brutal cold and snow. Crews made more improvements to county roads this summer than in more than a decade, thanks to nearly $1.5 million in state and local funds. Road work will likely continue until mid-November, when local […]

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