Third Monday of April Brings Meetings

Three separete groups will meet this afternoon and evening in Vincennes.  The (Vincennes, IN)– Vincennes City Council will gather as a Committee of the Whole this afternoon at five p-m.  Council will discuss a proposed TIF zone expansion in the open committee session.  Even though Council will discuss expanding the zone, and may make a […]

Line Flushing and Inspection Continues

(Vincennes, IN)– The Vincennes Water Department will continue its’ annual flushing and inspecting of fire hydrants and mains throughout the city tonight.  The flushing will begin each night at eight and continue until four a-m.  Tonight’s area to be flushed is bounded by Second Street, Indianapolis Avenue, Lyndale Avenue and the Wabash River.

Gibson County Man Takes the Deal in Murder Case

(Mount Vernon, IN)– A Gibson County Man took a plea deal in Posey Circuit Court Friday and admitted to murdering his son’s mother last spring in Gibson County. 32-year-old Jason Perry avoided a jury trial scheduled for today by taking the deal.  Perry admitted to the shooting death of 55 year-old Jessica Tice.  Terms of […]

Dispute Leads to Two Arrests in Vincennes

(Vincennes, IN)– Vincennes City Police arrested two people following a dispute at the Marathon Quivk Dtop at Sixth and Vigo Streets. Officers arrested 54 year-old John Jamison and 23 year-old Christopher Anderson during the dispute.  Anderson had made what he called a citizen’s arrest on Jamison, and had him in a private pair of handcuffs, […]

V-U Expands Work-Study Program

Vincennes University is expanding a work-study program they originally started with Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Indiana.  The program allows students to mix two days of work each week with three days of college study in advanced manufacturing.  The year-round intensive training program is an 18-month course. V-U president Richard Helton says the program will expand […]