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City council members on Monday unanimously passed the final reading of an ordinance that will save residents a nominal amount of money on future water bills — approximately 1.4%.

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The Rainbow Beach Aquatic Center will be closed today for a repair.

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DNR: Kayaker dies after falling into eastern Indiana pond

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Editor’s note: This is the third and final installment in our second series on homelessness in Knox County, and what locals are doing to combat it.

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Thirty-seven years ago I sat anxiously at Grandma Erwin’s table in her carpeted kitchen, the window air conditioning unit blowing waves through my black hair.

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DNR monitoring crappie kill at Loon Lake in NE Indiana

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Work to begin on initial phase of Ohio River bridge project

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Knox County Health Officer Dr. Alan Stewart this week continued in his plea for a portion of the county’s remaining ARPA funds.

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The Indiana Military Museum boasts a new piece of equipment, a deal now nearly 40 years in the making.

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A piece of aviation history this week returns to the Mid-American Air Center, offering locals a rare opportunity to take flight in a 100-year-old aircraft.

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Rainbow Over the Bridge to be held today

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Driver: GPS led him to Indiana tracks where train struck van

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Mollie Ewing Hutchison, CEO of Children and Family Services, told assembled Knox County Public Library board members on Tuesday that her team will continue the work of transforming the library’s annex into a social services hub for residents in need.

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After months of relative calm, health officials say the anticipated summer surge of COVID-19 has arrived in Knox County.

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The charred remains of this historic building loom over Tenth and Main streets Saturday morning. Firefighters on Friday fought for several hours a blaze that tore through the second floor. The cause remains undetermined.

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The cause of a fire that tore through a historic downtown building Friday afternoon remains under investigation, local fire officials say.

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The heat is set to return to southwestern Indiana this week as meteorologists are eyeing yet another round of near-100-degree weather.

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Ex-Pence aide gets GOP nod to run for secretary of state

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Crews with the Vincennes Fire Department spent hours Friday battling a massive blaze that destroyed a historic building at the corner of Tenth and Main streets.

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Inside the Knox County Public Library, director Emily Bunyan points to an overflowing laundry basket of belongings left behind by a patron weeks earlier.

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Good Samaritan to provide remote patient monitoring

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Two girls pulled from from Indianapolis-area pond identified

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Members of the city’s Redevelopment Commission are starting from scratch on a stream mitigation project done as part of a deal struck with the Indiana Department of Environmental Management years ago.

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Vincennes University’s Board of Trustees this week during its regular meeting heard reports from staff and faculty about the robust camps and pre-college programs VU is hosting this summer for Hoosier youth.

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1 of 2 girls dead after vanishing in Indianapolis area pond

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BICKNELL — City officials here are in something of a pickle as bids for a near $1 million repaving effort have come in too high.

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County health officer Dr. Alan Stewart on Tuesday continued in his plea to county elected officials that a portion of the remaining ARPA dollars be invested in a more robust public health program.

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Heaps of Jeeps will return this weekend, with organizers looking to build upon the already $100,000 collected over the last few years for area first-responders.

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Security guard charged with murder in gas station shooting

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City council members on Monday passed on first reading an ordinance that will save residents a nominal amount of money on future water bills — approximately 1.4%.

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Wednesday evening markets set to begin this week

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As inflation rises,state casino revenue shrinks 2nd month

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