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News Headlines - April 2010

 

 ~ Published in April 7, 2010 issue ~ 

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• Knightstown Property Taxes Climb 10.5%

• Volunteers Sought at McNabb Park

• FFA Awards Dinner This Saturday

• Fundraisers Aimed at Gorman Family

• Renewal Notices No Longer Sent_

• Town Council Selects Flynn for Park Board Seat

• Solid waste District Issues Annual Report

• Democrat Office Open

• Kennedy Earns Lilly Scholarship

• Kindergarten Roundup Starts Monday, April 12

• CAB Bus Driver Airs Concerns at Board Meeting

• 'Build It Strong. Keep It Simple. Make It Work.' - Knightstown Native's Invention Revolutionized Bicycling

• Longtime Friend Describes Late Phil Wood as 'Unusual Person' Who Was Always Thinking

• County Library Offers Children's Activities

• Thief Snagged After Stealing Walleye

 

 

 ~ Published in April 14, 2010 issue ~ 

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• Fresh Produce Mainstay of Local Community Supported Ag Program at Boondocks Farms  (*see photo slideshow here)

• Two CAB Board Seats Up for Grabs in Election

• Volunteers Sought at McNabb Park

• HKI Will Tour Hall of Fame Monday

• Tax Deduction Reminder Issued

• Renewal Notices No Longer Sent

• Boondocks Featured on Upcoming Farm Tour

• INDOT Removing Political Signs

• Plan Commission Meeting Monday

• Voter Assistance Unveiled

• Knightstown Intermediate School Students Named to Honor Roll

• Tax Bills Explained

• Photographer to Share Photos at Henry Co. Library Presentation

• CAB School Board Candidates Respond to Banner Questions

 

 

 ~ Published in April 21, 2010 issue ~ 

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• Attack on Local Woman Still Under Investigation

• KPD Chief Baker Turns Down Part-time Carthage Marshal Job

• River Clean-ups Coming to Knightstown

• Rush Co. Sheriff's GOP Primary Draws Three

 

 

 ~ Published in April 28, 2010 issue ~ 

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• Happy Harvest - Over 100 Attend Blue River Community Harvest's Event  (*see photo slideshow here)

• Double Duty? Councilman Rick Bush Hired as Marshal

• Shirley Infant in ICU After Accident

• Kennard Man Pleads 'Not Guilty' in Man's Death

• Teacher Cuts Avoided; Office Staff Not So Lucky

• Baker, Cronk Respond to Issues in Sheriff's Race

• Mike Hall Approved to Sunset Park Board

 

 

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