Salt supplies down, prices up

(Indianapolis, IN)– State highway officials say road salt supplies are down and prices are up as they prepare for winter. A state spokesman says prices on regional bids are now an average of 57 percent higher than …

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Tax Caps Turn Six

(Indianapolis. IN)– A legislative study finds Indiana’s property-tax circuit breakers are saving taxpayers 600-million dollars this year — and costing government that much. The six-year-old tax caps limit your tax bill to one-percent of a home’…

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Celebration Event Coming to Washington

(Washington, IN)– The City of Washington will host a special celebration event in advance of the December opening of Gateway Drive, the new eastern entrance to Washington. The celebration and educational event will be held on …

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Hydrant Flushing Continues Tonight

(Vincennes, IN)– The Vincennes water department will continue hydrant flushing and water line inspection this evening. Tonight, crews will work in the area of College Avenue, Hart Street, 15th Street and 19th Street. Flushing will happen overnight from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. Residents in the area…

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Melissa Haaff new Knox DCS Director

(Vincennes, IN)– The Indiana Department of Child Services has announced the appointment of Melissa Haaff to the Knox County Office. Her goal will be to set goals and objectives for the child welfare management, and to ensure children are protected from abuse or neglect. The Knox County office…

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