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News Headlines - March 2010

 

 ~ Published in March 3, 2010 issue ~ 

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• A Familiar Note - Former KHS Band Director Bob Edwards to Direct Dinner & a Show

• Challengers Line Up for May School Board Election

• Crysten's Closet Visiting KHS

• Youth Wrestling Club Meets Monday

• Booths Available at Hog Roast

• May Primary Candidates Ready to Run

• Carthage Residents Get One-Month Reprieve on Sewer Rate Increase

• MainSource Bank Trooper Teddy Program Successful

• CAB Graduation Rate Climbed 3.2% in 2009

• Watershed Committee Meets at County Library

• Funds Available to Aid Organic Farmers

• KHS Jazz Band to Perform at Righteous Oaks in Wilkinson

 

 

 ~ Published in March 10, 2010 issue ~ 

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• Anthony Probst Honored as State Senate Democrat Intern

• CAB School Board Hears Technology Needs Update

• Vets Can Apply for Honor Flights

• Youth Wrestling Club Meets Monday

• Scouts Collecting Batteries in April

• Crysten's Closet Visiting KHS

• FFA Members Converging on KHS

• County Democrats Gather

• Knightstown Town Council Still Looking to Fill Two Vaccines on Sunset Park Bd.

• Former Carthage Marshal Murphy Gets Trial Continued to Later Date

• Murphy Could Figure Heavily in Other Cases

• Lots of GOP Contenders

• Court's Bookkeeping Problems Noted

• Back at the Helm - Guest Conductor Bob Edwards Leads KHS Band Through Portions of Annual Dinner and a Show Event  (*see photo slideshow here)

• KHS Posts Honor Rolls

 

 

 ~ Published in March 17, 2010 issue ~ 

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• Robotics Team

• Sale of CAB Central Office May Take Longer Than Expected

• Vets Can Apply for Honor Flights

• Cemetery Items Being Removed

• Youth Wrestling Club Meets Monday

• Scouts Collecting Batteries in April

• Carthage Utility Rate Hike Looms

• Library Hosting Big Book Sale

• Part of S.B. 109 Bridge to Close Monday

• CAB Board Ratifies 2009-2010 Teacher Contract

• Kathleen Weiland and Casie Conley Bound for Hoosier Girls State

• Legion Back in Action Friday Nights

• State Says CAB Wrong to Redact Board E-mail

• Cultivating Leadership; Hundreds of Area FFA Members Descend on KHS for School's Inaugural District Convention  (*see photo slideshow here)

• Ft. Harrison State Park to Host First Annual School of Reenactor March 19-21

• Troopers Planning Sobriety Checkpoint

• Big Blue River Friends Meet in New Castle

• INDOT Offers Slew of Anti-flooding Tips

 

 

 ~ Published in March 24, 2010 issue ~ 

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• Super Speller - Carthage Elementary School Student Kammie Reece Wins CAB Annual Contest

• KPD Chief Baker Offered Carthage Job

• Vets Can Apply for Honor Flights

• Cemetery Items Being Removed

• Youth Wrestling Club Meets Monday

• Scouts Collecting Batteries in April

• Historic Knightstonw Inc. Receives $10,000 Donation

• Absentee Voting Begins April 5

• Upcoming Primary Election Voter Registration Deadline Tues. May 4

• CAB School Board Hits Impasse on Two Votes

• INDOT Engineering Scholarships Available

• KES Students Noted for Attendance

• Creative Hands 4-H Club Offers Leather Classes

• Hospital Foundation Offering Variety of Student Scholarships

• Ball State Ready to Conduct Income Survey in Knightstown

• The Bee's Buzz - CAB Hosts Third Annual Corporation-wide Elementary School Spelling Bee  (*see photo slideshow here)

 

 

 ~ Published in March 31, 2010 issue ~ 

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• March Madness

• CAB Still Accepting Bids on Main Office Property

• Vets CAn Apply for Honor Flights

• Local Egg Hunts Set for Saturday

• Scouts Collecting Batteries in April

• Renewal Notices No Longer Sent

• Police Officers' Extra Effort Earns Praise

• Upcoming Primary Election Voter Registration Deadline Tues., May 4

• Council Expresses Concerns to KPD Chief Baker

• KES Students Named to Honor Roll

• County Republican Club Hosting Candidates Forum

• Program Benefits Farmers' Markets

• Henry County Clerk Holding Money for a Dozen People

 

 

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