Knox County has now found its first two cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus. The diagnosis came this weekend; the cases were confirmed by Knox County Health Department Director Dr. AlanContinue Reading »
The United Way of Knox County is setting up a fund to help those suffering through the current coronavirus pandemic. The program would be similar to a program provided by the United Way ofContinue Reading »
Public health officials in southern Indiana say a worker at the Toyota plant in Princeton is one of the latest people to be confirmed sick with the coronavirus.
The company sent a note toContinue Reading »
Toyota’s North American plants’ closure has been extended two weeks, to April 20th. Originally, plant workers were to have been off until April sixth.
The new order isContinue Reading »
The Indiana Department of Insurance has issued a ruling for insurance companies to delay any policy cancellations and non-renewals until after May 18th. The extension would date backContinue Reading »
New information is available with the delay in the Indiana primary to June second. Knox County Clerk David Shelton reminds everyone vote by mail restrictions have been lifted for this primaryContinue Reading »
Vincennes Mayor Joe Yochum, like many other leaders, is just waiting for the current coronavirus pandemic to run its course. So far, no Knox County Covid-19 infections have beenContinue Reading »
Another round of flooding is likely for area rivers. Rain over the weekend is not forecast to be heavy here—but is expected to be in northern and central Indiana. NationalContinue Reading »