Six Meetings Slated for This Evening

(Vincennes, IN)  –  Several Meetings are on tap for this evening. The Vincennes Board of Works meets tonight at 5 p.m. They’ll discuss logistics for the annual “Way of the Cross Walk” and also flower pots on Main Street. The Vincennes City Council follows at 6 p.m. They’ll further discuss possibility of an expansion of […]

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Mayors Statewide Oppose Business Personal Property Tax Cut

(Vincennes, IN)  –  Vincennes Mayor Joe Yochum recently attended a meeting of several mayors around the state. The hot button topic: elimination of the business personal property tax. Locally, several taxing entities have officially opposed the tax cut through a resolution at a public meeting. Yochum said the sentiment seems to be the same statewide… […]

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Be Safe During Spring Severe Weather Season

(Vincennes, IN)  –  Just as the snow and cold begin to fade away, severe spring weather becomes a concern. Spring generally comes along with conditions that can bring tornadoes, heavy rains leading to flooding and other severe weather threats. Residents of Knox County have several early warning systems at their disposal. Vincennes City Police Chief […]

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Two Knox County Residents Arrested in Saturation Patrol

(Vincennes, IN)  –  Indiana State Police arrested two impaired drivers Saturday night during a saturation patrol in Vincennes. Troopers arrested 21-year-old Ashley Mouzin of Vincennes for Driving While Intoxicated with a blood alcohol level of .12%. 28-year-old Brandon Bilskie of Bicknell was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated with a Blood Alcohol Level of .12%, with […]

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VU Programs and Students Get Awards

(Vincennes, IN)  –  Two VU Programs and seven students have won Indiana Career and Technical Education awards for Excellence. VU’s Agribusiness Program won an award for excellence citing its hands on instruction in several areas. In 2012, graduates of the program received an average starting salary of 34,000 dollars annually and demand for graduates of […]

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