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With temperatures reaching above the freezing mark today under sunny skies, most of ice on the fountain next to Vincennes University's Updike Hall will probably melt away. The National Weather Service forecast calls for warmer days ahead this week — but with a chance of rain and snow moving …

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Local officials are hoping to see even more dollars flow in for infrastructure repairs as part of the state's next round of Community Crossings Matching Grants.

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With 50 bills in hopper, some worry about 'top-down' approach to education by Indiana legislators and officials

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HGTV is known for making over houses, but now the home and garden TV network wants to make over a town, and Connersville wants to be it.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana lawmakers are considering a bill that would undo a landmark Indiana Supreme Court ruling that affirmed that the shoreline of Lake Michigan is unquestionably owned by the state and held in trust for use by all residents.

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Local law enforcement officers are reminding residents that, regardless of the recent legalization of recreational marijuana in the neighboring state of Illinois, the drug is still illegal in Indiana.

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I have noticed a trend of late, not something that would disturb anyone but me, I think, although I might be wrong about that.

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The city's Riverwalk took center stage during a public forum to share results of a recent online survey on the development of a new 5- year plan for the city's Parks & Recreation Department.

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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 Lawrence County, Illinois, Sheriff’s Department, the Washington City Police Department or the Daviess County Sheriff’s Department…

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The county council on Tuesday gave preliminary approval to the addition of two deputies to the Knox County Sheriff's Department, the final step in a two-year process to implement new security measures at the courthouse.

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NEW YORK — Americans are drinking more now than when Prohibition was enacted. What's more, it's been rising for two decades, and it's not clear when it will fall again.

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MONTGOMERY — The Barr-Reeve School Board has opened 2020 by beginning a march toward a new operations referendum during the May primary. The school system, which receives one of the lowest per pupil expenditures by the state, has been able for the last seven years to lower class sizes and ad…

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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 Lawrence County, Illinois, Sheriff’s Department, the Washington City Police Department or the Daviess County Sheriff’s Department…

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County council members had hoped Tuesday evening to take advantage of Kathy Lane's expertise by appointing her to one of the three positions on the property tax appeals board.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana's governor on Tuesday outlined to state legislators how to free up tens of millions of dollars to boost teacher pay but said he didn't want them to act on it until next year.

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• The YMCA of Vincennes, 2010 College Ave., is now offering a dedicated time to evening pickleball players every Tuesday from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Members get in free. Non-members pay a day pass fee of $7.

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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 Lawrence County, Illinois, Sheriff’s Department, the Washington City Police Department or the Daviess County Sheriff’s Department…

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Members of the Vincennes Community School Corp. Board of Trustees met bright and early on Monday morning for their annual reorganizational meeting and elected member Pat Hutchison to lead them into 2020.

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The city fire department went on a record number of calls in 2019, fire chief Sonny Pinkstaff reported to members of the city’s Board of Works on Monday.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric Holcomb is expected to talk during his annual State of the State speech Tuesday about a possible additional boost in school funding — just not one that would happen this year.

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“I guess I'll take over from here,” Tim Salters said after being chosen to serve as president during the city council's reorganizational meeting on Monday evening at City Hall, 201 Vigo St.

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