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Updates to the newly-named Cypress Hills Golf Club are coming along, with the course scheduled to reopen this spring.

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In the weeks spanning Thanksgiving to New Years Day, American homes are filled with cardboard boxes, shiny wrapping paper, ribbons and bows.

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Parents of SW Indiana girl sue city after she drowns in pool

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Nowhere on God’s green earth will you find a childhood photo of me perched on — or even near — Santa’s lap. Not one with a hopeful Christmas smile, nor a single Polaroid snapped amid a temper tantrum or wailing breakdown.

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Members of a new nonprofit arm of Knox County Indiana Economic Development say they will soon pour over the some 1,000 responses they received as part of a survey to gauge desired quality of life improvements.

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Suspected gunman caught after Clay County deputy wounded

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Downtown Vincennes on Dec. 10 will join communities around the globe in the tradition of Christkindlmarkt — the German name for a traditional Christmas market.

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The city’s three downtown art galleries and the Shircliff Gallery at Vincennes University from 5-8 p.m. today will host the final First Friday Art Walk of 2021.

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Linda L. Miller, 74, passed away at 3:10 a.m. on Dec. 2, 2021, at Good Samaritan.

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As COVID-19 cases gradually increase across the state — and with the discovery of yet another variant — health officials continue urging residents to take appropriate precautions.

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As more and more locals line up for a booster and young children now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, the Knox County Health Department has officially outgrown its space.

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6 penguins die at Indiana zoo after avian malaria infections

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Christmas is now less than a month away, but it seems no one told Mother Nature herself.

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Generations Agency on Aging and Disability is asking area residents to help spread a little holiday cheer to the nearly 1,000 clients they serve across a six-county region.

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IMM, Bartholomew to host photos with Santa

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Officials with Knox and a handful of other Southwestern Indiana counties on Monday made their pitch for a portion of $500 million set aside as part of the state’s new READI program.

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Local nonprofit organizations are asking residents to keep them in mind today and throughout the Christmas shopping season.

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Local business owners are hoping area residents saved a little Christmas shopping cheer to share with small businesses today.

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A few weeks ago, I set myself upon the daunting task of cleaning out my closet.

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The Salvation Army’s annual Red Kettle campaign is officially off and ringing.

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Remains found in house that burned after man evaded arrest

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After two weeks in blue, Knox County this week returned to the orange designation on Indiana’s COVID-19 dashboard.

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Residents enjoying a chilly autumn stroll in Gregg Park this week may notice more than the park’s towering trees, thanks to the continuation of a project sponsored by the Northwest Territory Art Guild.

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Tickets available for Chamber’s Five Under 40 luncheon

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Speedy trial OK’d for murder suspect who fled transport van

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Knox County Health Officer Dr. Alan Stewart on Tuesday was recognized with Gov. Eric Holcomb’s second-highest honor, the Circle of Corydon Award, for his efforts in battling the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The City of Vincennes on Tuesday was officially selected to participate in a new state program looking to help Hoosier communities maximize their federal COVID-19 dollars.

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As autumn colors and decor are replaced with twinkly lights and garland, many families are left wondering what to do with their small mound of front porch pumpkins.

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Ex-animal shelter chief pleads guilty to sex act with girl

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Nearly $8 million in water infrastructure improvements will now go forward after the city council on Monday approved a bond sale to help fund them.

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Local Democratic Party to host informational session

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Munster man charged in taxidermy thefts from DNR office

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Staff at the Vincennes Animal Shelter are on a mission to place adoptable animals into their forever homes in time for the holidays.

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The fall of 2011 — nearly Thanksgiving — marked the first time I ever went to see a therapist.

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Members of the Unsafe Building Board are moving forward in their now bolstered efforts to clean up a handful of Knox County’s towns.

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