A call from state lawmakers for more input when the governor declares a state of emergency will get its first vote in the next two weeks. The lawContinue Reading »
One new member and one returning member have been added to the Vincennes Utility Services Board. The two men attended their first session yesterday afternoon.
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Vincennes and Washington City offices will be closed on Monday, January 18th, to observe Martin Luther King Day. In Washington, thereContinue Reading »
All area counties are now in the highest—or red—code status. That word was released today from the Indiana State Department of Health.
Knox County was expected to stay in theContinue Reading »
The State of Indiana has lowered the age for Covid-19 vaccinations from 80 and up to 70 and up. The registrations are available by signing up at ourshot.in.gov.
Those eligible, and whoContinue Reading »
Vincennes Police are seeking public input to find a suspect in a late 2008 sexual assault in Vincennes.
Vincennes Police detective Stacy Reese gives some details about the victim in the overContinue Reading »
Vincennes City leaders expect Knox County to stay in the second-highest—or orange—Covid-19 level for at least the next week. The Covid codes include theContinue Reading »
Knox, Martin, and Sullivan Counties have added single-digit numbers of new Covid-19 positive cases in the latest state report. Knox County is also the only county below 15 percent in positiveContinue Reading »