Indiana’s top economic development official is stepping down. In a memo, Indiana Secretary of Commerce Jim Schellinger said he has resigned, effective immediately, though he did not give an indication of his future plans. […]
Vincennes University is once again ready for College Goal Sunday. The day is a step by step assistance process to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid—or FAFSA—form. The event will […]
The Indiana Department of Transportation will be transitioning from merging early to merging late with more widespread use of zipper merges in work zones this construction season. Zipper merges are used when a […]
In Area Sectional Semi-Finals In CLASS 1A at Clay City Shakamak 49 White River Valley 38 North Central (Farmersburg) 61 Bloomfield 49 at North Daviess Loogootee 63 Orleans 30 Barr-Reeve 40 North Daviess 38 at […]
Sectional play continues tonight, with three Knox County teams in action. In 3A sectional play at Washington: Vincennes Lincoln will plays tonight in the first semi-final, against Pike Central. The second semifinals features […]
The Clark Middle School wrestlers defeated North Knox 96-5 in junior high wrestling last night. All of Clark’s eighth graders scored wins in the match. The C-M-S wrestlers are back in action Saturday at the […]
Emil R. Harris 71, of Vincennes, passed away at 6:50 am Thursday, March 4, 2021 at his residence. He was born February 10, 1950 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts to Emil L. and Jacquelyn (Sapp) Harris. Surviving […]
The judge said Friday that publisher Associated Newspapers must run the statement with letter size no smaller than its February 2019 front-page headline about "Meghan's shattering letter to her father."
The world tends to look at Iran in the context of pre-revolution and post. But according to former Iranian diplomat Mehrdad Khonsari, there is a neat 100-year mark useful for evaluating the country in terms of where it stands and where it should or could be.
Pope Francis heads to Iraq on Friday to urge the country’s dwindling number of Christians to stay put and help rebuild the country after years of war and persecution, brushing aside the coronavirus pandemic and security concerns to make his first-ever papal visit.
Six Al Qaeda-linked militants stormed and seized the church, killing dozens inside. At the time, the Oct. 31, 2010 attack was the bloodiest in a drumbeat of violence that Iraq’s Christians suffered during the brutal sectarian warfare following the 2003 U.S. invasion.