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For the first time in its eight decade history, the Knox County Soil & Water Conservation District will not host its annual meeting in person.

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Indiana opens up the COVID-19 vaccine to those age 60 to 64

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Sure Clean Inc. has taken another step toward its endeavor to build more than a dozen new homes in an area just off Hart Street, a subdivision dubbed Broadway Place, after receiving support from members of city council Monday to rezone the plots of land.

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Good Samaritan has slightly loosened visitor restrictions amid falling COVID-19 numbers. These new guidelines are for both inpatient and outpatient areas in the hospital and physician practices.

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Museum founded by Holocaust survivor reopens in Indiana

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Across the United States, Black History often focuses almost singularly on stories of slavery and suffering, with sprinklings of icons Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglas and Martin Luther King Jr. crammed in.

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In yet another effort to increase the local housing stock, members of the city’s Redevelopment Commission this week struck a deal with a local contractor interested in building infill style homes on empty lots throughout town.

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United Way changes date for Bicknell VITA pickup

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Officers find 3 people shot to death at Muncie apartment

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For the first time in more than four months, Knox County on Wednesday reported no new COVID-19 cases, followed by only two confirmed cases on Thursday.

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Members of the city’s Redevelopment Commission continue to find themselves at a stalemate with three local brothers interested in taking on a major housing project on the city’s southeast side.

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Members of the Pantheon Board on Thursday gave their stamp of approval to a preliminary design for exterior improvements set for the Pantheon: A Business and Innovation Theatre.

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LWV to celebrate women’s suffrage in Indiana

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Evansville detective in path of stolen car shoots driver

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Last spring, Lincoln High School’s Pride of the Green was dealt a harsh blow when the Indiana State School Music Association canceled the 2020 marching band competition season due to COVID-19.

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LVW to celebrate women’s suffrage in Indiana

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No Indiana counties marked high risk for COVID-19 spread

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The following information comes from reports provided by the Vincennes Police Department, the Vincennes Fire Department, the Knox County Sheriff’s Department, the Bicknell Police Department, Lawrence County, Illinois, Sheriff’s Department, the Washington City Police Department or the Daviess…

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The Knox County Commissioners approved a resolution Tuesday opposing a bill being considered in the House of Representatives that would strip control from local authorities in regards to the development of solar and wind energy.

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The Knox County Public Library’s Board of Trustees celebrated a little good news on the COVID-19 front during its monthly meeting via Zoom on Tuesday.

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Good Samaritan has announced that its Breast Care Center recently received nearly $10,000 from the Indiana Breast Cancer Awareness Trust — money that will directly support the health needs of area residents.

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Winter storm closes 70 Indiana COVID-19 vaccine clinics

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The Vincennes City Council on Monday launched its Gift Card Giveaway promotion in effort to stimulate local businesses during what is, traditionally, the first quarter slump for retailers and restaurants across the nation.

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Indiana panels back tighter abortion law, ending gun permits

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As Indiana’s first city, Vincennes overflows with significant moments in American history, with records stretching back to at least the early 18th century.

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Another major winter storm could move through South Central Indiana on Sunday night, but its exact timing and impact remain uncertain.

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Jenna Ridge thought maybe she wanted a big wedding, but as she gave it more and more consideration, the reasons against it kept piling up.

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Local Knights of Columbus to host Valentine's Day dinner tonight

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The following information comes from reports provided by the Vincennes Police Department, the Vincennes Fire Department, the Knox County Sheriff’s Department, the Bicknell Police Department, Lawrence County, Illinois, Sheriff’s Department, the Washington City Police Department or the Daviess…

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With temperatures over the weekend expected to plummet into the single — possibly even below zero — digits, local emergency responders and the Centers for Disease Control are offering many ways to keep you and your family safe.

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Officials with Vincennes Water Utilities are looking ahead to a pair of major upgrades.

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Purdue Extension to host grain marketing workshop

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Bill expanding long-term care visitation moves to House

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The Solid Waste Management District got one step closer to increasing its annual user fee after members of the county council on Tuesday added their blessing to one offered earlier in the week by their city counterparts.

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A quick moving winter weather system moved through much of southern Indiana Monday night, bringing nearly six inches of snow, shuttering schools and causing slide offs.

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