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Sunday marks the 50th observance of Earth Day. Each of us can celebrate by reducing our driving, use of electric energy, and consumption of animals.... [Read More]
As we near Earth Day on Sunday, it is important to realize that one of the smallest and most commonly littered items is also one... [Read More]
The South Knox bands will present their annual "Spring Concert" at 3 p.m. in the Middle/High School auditorium. Performing ensembles will be the sixth-grade band,... [Read More]
Officials with the Knox County Public Library are working to provide more opportunities for their patrons. [Read More]
City officials' hope to see the second of a three-phase effort to improve Main Street done more quickly has been dashed, city engineer John Sprague... [Read More]
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A new community garden is taking root next to Helping His Hands, 1107 Main St., that organizers hope will grow into both a food source... [Read More]
Agnes K. Ottensmeyer... [Read More]
Have you noticed how spending on welfare and other benefits for the poor is bankrupting the federal government? Neither have we. [Read More]
To add your church information to this list, email it to vscnews@suncommercial.com before noon Thursday. [Read More]
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Indiana State Police continue to investigate a double shooting that occurred Wednesday night at 3386 E. Cardinal Road, leaving one person dead and another injured. [Read More]
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Every year as the annual Spirit of Vincennes Rendezvous inches closer, Frank Doughman gets asked one question: "Are you ready?" [Read More]
The U.S. Surgeon General's recent public health advisory — urging more Americans to carry naloxone to reverse opioid overdoses — was a rarity, something that... [Read More]
On Friday, the anniversary of the April 20, 1999, Columbine High School shooting in Colorado, students across the U.S. will leave their classrooms and walk... [Read More]
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Jennifer McCormick noted in her visit to Lowell High School last week that referendums are becoming a staple funding mechanism... [Read More]
A year-long battle between a local dog owner and city officials is finally over. [Read More]
The city's Board of Works met Tuesday morning to determine the administrative status of a local police officer who was arrested last week. [Read More]
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It has never been easy to be a farmer. In recent years, it only seems to get more difficult. [Read More]
Members of the city's Board of Works on Monday opened bids for the first phase of a planned three-step effort to improve Main Street. [Read More]
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