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Tickets for Lincoln's fall sports banquet are on sale for $10 at the athletic office. [Read More]
Members of the Knox County Public Library's board of directors on Tuesday voted to spend more than $100,000 to improve the Vincennes Fortnightly Clubhouse. [Read More]
The Duplicate Bridge Club met Oct. 13 at Fox Ridge Manor. The winners were:... [Read More]
PENDING... [Read More]
The Indiana Supreme Court is weighing an issue that may have flown under the radar for most Hoosiers. [Read More]
Legislative panel ponders avoiding 'Animal Houses'... [Read More]
The county commissioners have learned that the cost to address the roof on the community corrections building on Eighth Street could be thousands of dollars... [Read More]
Local historian and newspaper columnist Brian Spangle will receive the Indiana Historical Society's 2017 Hubert Hawkins Local History Award. [Read More]
With Lake Michigan along the state's northern border and the Ohio river to the south, widespread droughts and rain shortages are few and far between... [Read More]
The Vincennes Housing Authority is moving forward with more improvements. [Read More]
It's definitely a "big huge idea" - the establishment of an early childhood learning coalition within Fayette County. [Read More]
High school seniors in Columbus hope to have an advantage in the workforce by completing a program that ensures they have the skills and traits... [Read More]
ANDERSON... [Read More]
Assessor hopes Indiana Supreme Court will put issue to rest one way or the other... [Read More]
Something's Brewing in Bicknell is back this year, and it promises to be bigger than ever. [Read More]
New playground equipment is starting to take shape at last at South Side Park. [Read More]
Repairs to the bridge on Mays Road across Plass Ditch north of Decker might be completed sooner than officials originally anticipated. [Read More]
Lincoln High School's marching band Pride of the Green received a gold rating and finished among the top 10 bands competing in the Indiana State... [Read More]
Across Knox County rains have finally found us. These rains are definitely needed but have temporarily stopped harvesting. Many growers in our area are seeing... [Read More]
Bertha Jane Burrell, Helen Waggoner Crouch, Donald G. Lee, Willard Allan Rodgers Morris, Virginia Lou McNew... [Read More]