Reprinted with permission from the Vincennes Sun-Commercial newspaper December 4, 2021 Members of a new nonprofit arm of Knox County Indiana Economic Development say they [...]
Reprinted with permission from the Vincennes Sun-Commercial newspaper October 5, 2021 Community leaders on Friday hit send on an application for the state’s new READI [...]
Reprinted from Inside Indiana Business Monday, August 2nd 2021, 12:21 PM EDT Updated: Monday, August 2nd 2021, 1:27 PM EDT By Mary Roberts, Writer/Reporter Knox [...]
The Knox Broadband Task Force recently conducted a survey to gauge broadband access, identify demand, and test internet speeds throughout the county. Data was [...]
The Knox County Development Corp. is reinventing itself. On June 4, members at its board of directors meeting at the new Charles C. Hedde MD Health Education Center at Good Samaritan officially voted to give itself a new name and adopted a new logo to go along with it.
Reprinted from Inside Indiana Business Vincennes University is using a recently-awarded $8 million grant from Indianapolis-based Lilly Endowment Inc. to create a talent pipeline for [...]
Larry Wagler, owner of Blue Jay Supplies, a wood wall panel and truss manufacturer located in Sandborn, went before members of the council with plans to invest more than $3.5 million to upgrade and expand his existing 38,000-square-foot building located on Indiana 67. The company will look to convert about 18,000 square feet of space for the production of trusses and wall panels as well as add another 60,000 square feet of new concrete surrounding the building to allow for the proper handling and movement of products during the manufacturing process.
Chris Pfaff, CEO of the KCDC, this week announced the reorganization of a countywide Rural Broadband Taskforce, one founded more than two years ago by his predecessor, Kent Utt. Its members will be charged with evaluating current broadband coverage throughout the county and developing solutions for a quicker build out of the infrastructure needed to extend services to underserved portions of Knox County.
Elected officials and community leaders have for years spoken candidly about the need for more mid-range housing. Members of the Knox County Development Corp. now plan to find out whether such a need exists or not.
The Knox County Development Corp. has appointed Christopher Pfaff as its new chief executive officer. Pfaff is recently retired from the U.S. Army where he held a number of strategic positions including Mission Director for Atterbury-Muscatatuck Center for Complex Operations.