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Members of the Vincennes Community School Corp. Board of Trustees on Monday voted to increase pay for substitute teachers in an effort to recruit more of them.

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Amended less than two years ago, the city's landscape ordinance looks to be headed for another round of changes, these aimed at making the requirements less burdensome to local businesses.

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A local woman will soon see the fruits of her labor as members of the city's Board of Works on Monday signed a contract for a Safe Haven “baby box.”

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Republican leaders are resisting steps toughening state laws on privately operated online schools, pushing aside blame in the alleged enrollment inflation by two such schools that wrongly collected $69 million in taxpayer money.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Local government officials and environmentalists oppose a project proposing to burn or harvest parts of the Hoosier National Forest because they are concerned it could contaminate the only source of drinking water for more than 140,000 people.

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BUNKER HILL — The aircraft museum at northern Indiana's Grissom Air Reserve Base is seeking $100,000 boost from local government toward a building to protect and display one of the few surviving Cold War-era B-58 Hustler bombers.

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Good Samaritan Hospital is partnering with William Bros. Pharmacy in opening a second convenient care clinic here next month.

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On Tuesday local residents will have the opportunity to learn about the risks and affects of human trafficking and ways vigilant individuals can help put a stop to this modern day form of slavery.

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The 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote will be celebrated on Aug. 18. To recognize that milestone, some of my 2020 columns will be devoted to telling the stories of local women who had a significant impact on their community. One of the…

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EADS, Colo. — The site sits hundreds of miles from any major city. There are no statues to admire, no gift shops to buy postcards, and no cheery activities for the kids. To get there, one must drive through hours of farm and dirt roads amid potholes and sometimes ice patches in winter litter…

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Vigo Co. Solid Waste District says there is no market to recycle dark film ones

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INDIANAPOLIS — An Indiana woman who had given birth just a few days earlier said her instincts kicked in when she stopped along a highway to help save a driver who was on fire after his tanker truck loaded with jet fuel burst into flames.

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The city's Redevelopment Commission on Thursday voted 4-1 to commit another $150,000 to the development of the Pantheon: a Business and Innovation Theater — money officials involved in the project say is necessary due to unexpected overages in construction costs.

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Members of the city's Redevelopment Commission remain hopeful they can have a hand in increasing Vincennes' housing stock.

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HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Roman Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, has filed for bankruptcy six months after disclosing it had paid millions of dollars to people sexually abused as children by its clerics.

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EVANSVILLE — The presidential election will loom over it like a tank looms over an ant, but this year's contest for Evansville's seat in Congress does have colorful candidates.

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A wide share of Americans are at least moderately confident in U.S. health officials' ability to handle emerging viruses, and more express concern about catching the flu than catching the new coronavirus, according to a poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.

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People are more likely to buy things when prices end in 99 cents rather than rounded up to the next dollar, or cars with mileage under 1,000 instead of past that mark. Now researchers say something similar might be happening with age perception and heart surgery.

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Members of the city council’s Parks and Public Spaces Committee held its inaugural meeting at City Hall, 201 Vigo St., on Wednesday afternoon — the first time a council committee has met in more than two years.

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Officials at the Vincennes Housing Authority have completed changing over the lighting at all of its properties to more efficient LED bulbs.

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Indiana colleges and universities say higher education remains a great investment despite what everyone is going to hear this year about the financial burden that student loan debt can present.

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This year's Knox County Quiz Bowl raised $1,500 from entry fees that will go directly to the Early Head Start program at Pace Community Action Agency Inc.

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The Knox County Commissioners will work with a local resident in writing a wrong made nearly three years ago.

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