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CONDO & SON FUNERAL HOME
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News Headlines - May 2008

 

 ~ Published in May 7, 2008 issue ~ 

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• Promenade; Sharp-Dressed KHS Students Shake Indy's Arts Garden  (photo slide show)

• Voters Send CAB Clear Message

• School Corp. Gets $1.5 Million Loan

• Town Council Considers Change to New Equipment Use Policy

• Carthage Elementary Gets Grant for Safety Project

• Arbor Day Foundation Offers Booklet

• CAB Gets $23K Grant to Boost Technology

• Rush BZA to Address Carthage Church Request

• Knightstown Police Blotter for Apr. 27 - May 6

• Carthage Marshal Onkst Resigns from Police Dept.

• Henry County BZA Has Full Schedule

• Acorn Arts Academy Unveils Talented Youngsters at Recital in KHS Auditorium  (photo slide show)

• Head Full of History - WW2 Reenactors at Jellystone Campground  (photo slide show)

 

 

 ~ Published in May 14, 2008 issue ~ 

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• Walking Tour Focusing on Historic Structures

• Public May Spout Off at Water Rate Hearing

• Former Business Manager Files Small Claims Suit

• Knightstown Native Dana (Davis) Stensrud Seeking Help

• K-Town Neighborhood Crime Watch Seeking Volunteers

• Chamber of Commerce Announces Events

• KHS Students Show Who's 'BOSS'

• Annual 'Rock for Riley' Event at KHS Nets Record Revenues for Kids' Hospital  (photo slide show)

• CAB Grievance Will Be Aired

• Tax Calculator May Help Land Owners Figure Amounts Owed

• Only a Few Apply for CAB Superintendent Position

• County Plan Commission Meeting Thursday

• Tri Schools Post New Honor Roll

 

 

 ~ Published in May 21, 2008 issue ~ 

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• Bob Myers Chosen as Chamber's Citizen of Year

• Taylor Gets Nod to Fill Carthage Post

• Hoosier Gym Ready to Host Indiana All-Stars

• Octagon House in Shirley Gets Facelift

• Seven Vying for Jubilee Days Queen Tiara

• Boondocks Farms Mustering Civil War Battle Reenactments June 7-8

• KHS Principal Wilsey Resigns

• State to Repay Henry County $1.3 Million

• K-town Library Gets Grant; Establishes Endowment

• KHS Seniors Receive Awards

• CAB Recognizes Dozens of Students, Teachers, Helpers

• School Board Interviews Another Superintendent Applicant

• Carthage Council Gets Project Update

 

 

 ~ Published in May 28, 2008 issue ~ 

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• Knightstown's Matthew Bourdeau is Henry County's First West Point Cadet in 21 Years

• At 86, Fred Wright's Active Lifestyle Keeps His Wheels Turning

• Only Three Protest Water Rate Boost

• Community Planning Event Open to Citizens, Officials

• CAB'S Settlement with Teacher Goes Sour

• County BZA to Address Variance Issue

• Willsey Cites Personal Reasons for Departure

• Trails Will Connect Raysville, Lewisville

 

 

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