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Anyone who wants to stage a rally or any sort of event at the Tippecanoe County Courthouse will have access to the county grounds in... [Read More]
A new law has gone into effect in Indiana that should make children here a little safer. Passed earlier this year, it requires teachers to... [Read More]
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Lawrence Eugene Kiefer... [Read More]
South Knox school board members got their first look Tuesday at the 2018 budget. [Read More]
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As the Shaker Prairie Christian Church van full of local landowners and county officials bumped and bounced along Cardinal Road on Wednesday morning, Kent Wolfe... [Read More]
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Since acquiring the historic Kimmell Park on the banks of the Wabash River in early 2016, Vincennes University has been giving it a $2.5 million... [Read More]
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Three words were all it took to make the county council happy this week. [Read More]
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Winning a sectional in the first year that a school fields a team isn't too common, but that's exactly what Rivet's girls soccer team did... [Read More]
Natalie Leonard and Josie Hayes each carded 54s for Lincoln, but the Alices were dropped by Gibson Southern, 201-218, in their season opening match at... [Read More]
Led by Madison Winemiller's career-low round of 44, North Knox's girls golf team tied Evansville Mater Dei at 191 in their dual match Tuesday at... [Read More]
Grace Waggoner registered a medalist round of 40, but Jasper edged Rivet's girls golf team, 180-187, at Buffalo Trace C.C. on Tuesday. [Read More]
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Recent unseasonably mild weather may stick around for awhile, according to meteorologists with the National Weather Service. [Read More]
With a detailed second-quarter report in hand, Bettye J. McCormick Senior Center director Nola Davis shared her optimistic outlook for the county's only public transportation... [Read More]
Twin bridges' age a factor since they were built in 1932 and 1965... [Read More]
There's solid reasoning behind state and Region police announcing impaired driving checkpoints before the actual enforcement. [Read More]
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Japanese automakers Toyota and Mazda have announced a plan to build a $1.6 billion plant somewhere in the United States, and officials here are hoping... [Read More]
The Vincennes Community School Corp.'s summer feeding program ended its fourth season on a very high note, serving nearly 3,000 more meals than last year. [Read More]
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