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HINSEY-BROWN FUNERAL SERVICE
Two locations: 7355 S. State Road 109, Knightstown (765-345-7400) and 3406 S. Memorial Dr. in New Castle (765-529-7100)
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KNIGHTSTOWN COLLISION CENTER
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SUPERIOR MOWERS & MORE
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CONDO & SON FUNERAL HOME
Funeral services, monument sales. 130 S. Main Street in Wilkinson. Call 765-781-2435.
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News Headlines - June 2009

 

 ~ Published in June 3, 2009 issue ~ 

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• CAB Board Votes 4-3 to Repair KIS, Build Athletic Facilities

• Fire Department Gets Generous Donation

• Kennard Fire Dept. Hosting Breakfast

• Indiana’s Top Military Man Coming to Knightstown Tuesday

• Kennard Will Use Grant Money to Study Waste, Storm Water

• Gard Lauded for Voting Record

• Health Fair June 13 at YMCA

• Weekend Death of 34-year-old Woman Still Under Investigation

• Turning of the Tassle - KHS Class of 2009 Graduates  (*see photo slideshow here)

 

 

 ~ Published in June 10, 2009 issue ~ 

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• Board Sharply Divided Over How to Spend $2 Million

• Carthage Council Hires New Attorney

• CAB May Borrow Over Half a Million

• Saturday’s Home Rally Canceled

• K-Town Museum to Open Saturdays

• KHS Alumni to Host Banquet June 27

• HCCF Grant Used for New Fire Equipment

• Hood Retires from Teaching After 42 Years at Eastern Hancock Schools

• Five Days of Fun  (*see photo slideshows:   Jubilee Days Rides    Parade    Queen Contest    Hoosier All-Stars)

 

 

 ~ Published in June 17, 2009 issue ~ 

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• Athletic Director Bradford Still on Paid Leave

• Mistrial Declared in Zurwell Case After Jury Impasse

• CAB Board Awards $10k Raise

• Sheriff’s Dept. Investigating Possible Overdose Death Here

• Decision to Close Home Questioned as General Describes New Program

• Sofa Kings to Perform July 11

• Wright Birthplace Readies Festival

• Former Knightstown Resident Jimmy Sparks to Perform Nearby in Support of New Record

• Intermediate School Honor Roll Posted

• Plan Commission Seminars Scheduled

• Knightstown Elementary Students Awarded for Perfect Attendance

• KHS Seniors Earn Year-End Awards, Scholarships

• USDA: Landowners Encouraged to Check Grassland Reserve Program

• KES Honor Roll Posted

 

 

 ~ Published in June 24, 2009 issue ~ 

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• Athletic Director’s Hearing Still on for June 30

• Frustrated Town Council Seeking New Insurer

• Home’s Chances of Survival in Jeopardy as Legislators Struggle to Craft New Budget

• State Says It Has Money for K-town

• Town Works Manager Mel Matlock ‘Seven Hats’ Award in Salt Lake City

• Historical Society Hosting ‘Social’

• Volunteers Sought for Water Testing

• Beloved Ballpark Dog ‘Hallie’ Dies Leaving Adults and Children Sad

• Moped Rider Dies After Accident

• ‘Super Dave’ Returns to Recruiting

• Kennard Students Get Year-end Recognition

 

 

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