Guilty Plea for Elberfeld Man in Child Porn Case

(Evansville, IN)– Federal officials say the former postmaster of the Elberfeld Post Office pleaded guilty Tuesday in US District Court to charges of Possession and Receiving Child Pornography.  60-year-old Floyd Thompson faces up to 20-years in prison when he’s sentenced on August 10th. The investigation began in June 2013 when the FBI traced a computer […]

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V-U Joins Purdue in Articulation Agreement

(Vincennes, IN)– Students pursuing a baccalaureate degree in engineering will benefit from an expanded formal articulation agreement between Vincennes University’s College of Science and Mathematics and the Colleges of Engineering and Agriculture at Purdue-West Lafayette. V.U. officials say the purpose of the agreement is to provide for the smooth transfer of V.U. engineering students to […]

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KC Redevelopment Commission to Split Tax Proceeds

(Vincennes, IN)– The Knox County Redevelopment Commission has approved a resolution to split the proceeds from the assessment at the Duke Energy plant at Edwardsport. The two sides agreed to a 55-45 split– with 55 percent of Duke’s 2014-pay 2015 property taxes going to Knox County, and 45 percent going back to Duke Energy. The […]

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UEA Updates Pocket Park Work

(Vincennes, IN)– The Vincennes Urban Enterprise Association Board heard an update on work at the downtown Pocket Park on Main Street. Architect Larry Donovan told the Board the next step is pouring concrete at the site, and installing light poles similar to others downtown. Donovan says overall progress is good to get the facility ready…. […]

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Despite Drama, Washington Avenue Bridge Continues

(Vincennes, IN)– Despite some drama that caused Highway Superintendent Ron Cardinal to walk out in frustration, the Knox County Council approved the funding for the Washington Avenue Bridge. Council member Steve Thais initially wanted to table the request for 30 days citing the need for more information. However his motion died in a 1-6 vote. […]

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