New Rules for Fortnightly

(Vincennes, IN)  –  For profit organizations will have to abide by a new policy if they want to use the Knox County Public Library’s Fortnightly Club Building. After a year of planning the library board ironed out the last few details at last night’s meeting. Library Director Emily Bunyan said coming into it, she knew […]

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Rezone of Schoolhouse Road Complete

(Vincennes, IN)  –  Attorney for the Knox County Area Plan Commission Jill Doggett came before the Knox County Commissioners Monday night to finalize the rezoning of properties on Schoolhouse Road. The rezone had gone through all of the proper channels. The commissioners passed a resolution and sent it to the APC for recommendation. When it […]

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Courthouse Elevator On Schedule

(Vincennes, IN)  –  Josh Palmer of Myszak, Palmer and Associates says the rebuild of the elevator at the Knox County Courthouse is on schedule. Palmer said the engineering work is near completion and they expect to bid the project out this month with bids coming due by the next Knox County Commissioners meeting on April […]

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USB, Parks and LC Board All Scheduled To Meet This Evening

(Undated)  –  Three meetings are scheduled for this evening. At 4 p.m. the Vincennes Utilities Services board is scheduled to meet at the Waste Water Treatment Facility Conference Room at 301 Old Perdue Road. The board will consider approval of several payments for maintenance on equipment and engineering for projects including the 24th and Wessel […]

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KCPL Heating Unit on the Fritz

(Vincennes, IN)  –  The Knox County Public Library will need to have some work done on the heating unit. Library Maintenance Director John Houchins reported the library’s heating system malfunctioned during the latest patch of cold weather. He said the library never got above 64 degrees despite the thermostats being turned up to about 74. […]

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