Vincennes City Clerk-Treasurer Cathy Lane addressed the Vincennes City Council on current concerns about hours and vacation, and compensation time off.
Lane pointedContinue Reading »
The Indiana Department of Transportation advises lane restrictions are scheduled to begin on or around Monday, March 4th on I-69 in Daviess County.
Severe weather season is coming soon– and the Knox County Emergency Management Agency reminds everyone to sign up for the “Code Red” System. Code Red is an emergencyContinue Reading »
Indiana Secretary of State Diego Morales is reminding Hoosiers they need to register to vote for the upcoming May 7th Primary Election.
The May Primary is just 11Continue Reading »
The North Knox Primary School will hold its Kindergarten roundup this year on April third. The roundup will happen at North Knox Primary School, at 215 East FourthStreet inContinue Reading »
This week’s announcement of student loan forgiveness will benefit thousands of Hoosiers, as nearly 153,000 borrowers nationwide are eligible for relief.
An April 26th sentencing is set for a Vincennes man found guilty of child moelsting. A seven-woman five-man jury took only eight minutes to find 47-year-old Thomas Nadratowski Jr.Continue Reading »
The Indiana Department of Transportation says lane restrictions are scheduled to begin on or around Monday, March 4th on State Road 67 in Bicknell.
A surprise snow event a week ago last Friday caused the re-opening of the Vincennes Warming Center at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. The winter storm brought around four to sixContinue Reading »
Deploying 50 Indiana National Guard soldiers to the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas will cost just over seven-million-dollars. That is according to Master Sergeant Jeff Lowry.