Traffic Stop Brings One Arrest

(Vincennes, IN)– Vincennes City Police arrested a Lawrenceville woman yesterday following traffic stop in the 14-hundred block of Buntin Street. Police stopped the vehicle operated by 42 year-old Tamara Shoulders.  During the stop, officers located methamphetamine, a legend drug, and paraphernalia in her vehicle. Shoulders was arrested on the drug possession counts.  She was booked […]

KC Commissioners Set Timeline for New Elevator

The Knox County Commissioners have set a timeline to replace the Courthouse elevator. The Commissioners will open bids for the replacement on May seventh at nine a-m. The bid will be awarded at nine a-m on May 15th, with work to start on May 19th. The timeline calls for the new elevator to be operational […]

KC Commissioners Passes EMA Ordinance on First Reading

The Knox County Commissioners passed on first reading an ordinance to establish an Emergency Management Agency advisory council. The ordinance is being considered at the request of County E-M-A director John Streeter. Streeter was not present for last night’s session. However, the Commissioners say Streeter believes it would help with various issues, including grant applications. […]

Vincennes City Council Discusses TIF Zone Expansion

The Vincennes City Council gathered yesterday as a Committee of the Whole to discuss an expansion of the tax-increment finance zone.  The proposal would expand the TIF district into the Willow Street corridor.  Council heard public comment, and discussed the issue itself, during the session. Vincennes Mayor Joe Yochum is among those for the expansion.  […]

NK Schools Seeking Foodservice Bids

(Bicknell, IN)–  The North Knox School Board is advertising for foodservice bids for the coming school year.  Various foodservice groups will have the next few weeks to submit bids; the bid opening is set for a special meeting on May 20th. In other business, the North Knox Board agreed to apply for a state servies […]