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News Headlines - September 2009

 

 ~ Published in September 2, 2009 issue ~ 

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• Superintendent Gary Storie Details CAB Achievements

• Motorcycle Riders Come Out For Inaugural Kruz'n 4 Crysten 'N' Jett Memorial Ride  (*see photo slideshow here)

• Town Council Unanimous Against LOIT

• Fall Fest Booth Space Still Avaliable

• Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Preventable If Pregnant Women Stop Drinking

• Sobriety Checkpoint Planned for Saturday

• Local FFA Members Now State Officeholders

• Zurwell Sentencing Rescheduled

• Police Serve Warrant and Handle Overdose

• Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Officially Opens National Road Heritage Trail

• National Road Heritage Trail Open to Bicycle, Foot Traffic Only  (*see photo slideshow here)

• County Library Offering Series of Story Time Activities for Younger Children

• Food Pantry’s Festival Raises Needed Money

• Steinwachs Memorial Car Show October 10

 

 

 ~ Published in September 9, 2009 issue ~ 

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• Homecoming Courts - KHS Students Nominate Royalty Hopefuls

• CAB Students May Get to Hear President Obama's Speech This Week

• Banner Asks Town to Reconsider Request

• Wilkinson High School Reunion September 20

• CAB Superintendent Issues Statement on Controversy

• Other Area School Corporations Weigh in on President's Speech

• Optimist Youth Soccer Starts Friday; Clinic Today

• Carthage Woman Plans to Sue After Injuring Ankle on Sidewalk

• Pulling for Glory - Vintage Tractor Owners Pit Horsepower Against Weight of Transfer Sled  (*see photo slideshow here)

• CAB Expands Background Checks for New Hires

• CAB's 'Controversial Issues' Policy Doesn't Preclude Debatable Topics

• Hoosier Heroes Offers Essay Prize Money

 

 

 ~ Published in September 16, 2009 issue ~ 

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• KHS Royalty - Homecoming Court Winners  (*see photo slideshow here)

• Carthage Limits Town Marshal's Salary for Year

• County Library to Close for Training

• Lindsay Kennedy Named Semifinalist

• Architects' Evaluation Puts KIS at Bottom of List

• Local Police Investigate Burglary, Accidents

• Big Read Contest Involves Finding Falcons

• Some CAB Students Get Chance to Hear President Obama's Speech

• Zurwell Sentencing Hearing Continued to Friday, Oct. 2

• President's Speech to Students Offers Hard Work Message (transcript of speech)

 

 

 ~ Published in September 23, 2009 issue ~ 

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• Three Local FFA Students Visit DC

• State Official Says Carthage Erred in Not Providing Records

• Lorton Family Benefit This Friday

• Donut Shop Owner Claims Council Micromanages KPD

• Knightstown Police Make Traffic Stops and Arrests

• Carthage Gets Stimulus Funds

• Organic Producers Qualify For New Cost Share Program

• CAB School Board Votes to Reinstate Web Grades

• Councilman Won't Cooperate with Banner

 

 

 ~ Published in September 30, 2009 issue ~ 

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• Purdue Band Day - KHS Marching Band Takes Field at Ross-Ade Stadium

• CAB May Have H1N1 Flu Case

• MidCountry Media Buys DMG World Media

• 'Lunch and Learn' Discussion Aimed at Sharing Gardening Information

• Big Read Features The Maltese Falcon

• CAB Gets Results of Spring ISTEP + Exam

• Hogsett to Speak at JJ Dinner

• Banner Compromises on Records

• CAB Invites Taxpayer Feedback

• Shades of Red(necks) - Boondocks Farms Hosts Annual Country Fest Featuring Hilarious‘Redneck Games  (*see photo slideshow here)

 

 

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