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News Headlines - January 2011

 

 ~ Published in January 5, 2011 issue ~ 

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• Solar Project Could Save CAB Millions

• Nolan Hall Names Coke Semifinalist

• Carthage Council Changes Monthly Meeting Nights

• Steele, True Joining Knightstown Council Tonight

• Guerin: New KPD Policy Manual Boosts Accountability

• Vanderbeck Seeking Dismissal

• Knightstown Council Nixes Raises for Fourth Straight Year

• Richmond Senator's Bill Would Freeze New CFO Construction

• Local Author Ruth Brookshire to Speak at County Library

• Two Carthage Meetings Scheduled

• Attorney General Warns of Charity Donation Scams

• State Education Leaders Encourage Adult Mentoring

• Magazine Subscriptions Aid State Parks

 

 

 ~ Published in January 12, 2011 issue ~ 

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• Completely Flushed? Carthage May Have Overbilled Sewer Customer by $40,000+

• Hoosiers Down Under - Former KHS Grad Wins Trip to Australia in Oprah's 'Ultimate Viewer Contest'

• South, True to Lead Knightstown Council

• Saunders Appointed to Committees

• Driver in Goose Road Crash Will Avoid Adult Charges in Rush Co.

• Prosecutor Drops Case Against Dan Murphy

• KPD Officer Lauded for Rescue

• Volunteers Sought for Historical Tour Guides

• Carthage Votes to Fire Town Utility Employee

• Knightstown High School Graduate Earns Place in Secretary of State White's Office

• Henderson Chosen to Lead Carthage Council

• Several Henry Co. Townships Fail to Hold State-Mandated Meetings

• Donors Needed for KHS Blood Drive

• County Extension Office Offers Salt Damage Prevention Tips

• Watershed Project Group Holds Final Meeting Jan. 6

 

 

 ~ Published in January 19, 2011 issue ~ 

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• KHS Graduation Rates Continue Climb

• County Townships Handling or Hoarding Funds?

• Kennard Opts for Town-wide Trash Removal Plan

• CAB Board of Finance Meeting Tonight

• Bird of Prey - Ogden Man's 30-Year Falconry Hobby Takes Flight with Red-Tailed Hawk  (*see photo slideshow here)  or  (*watch video here)

• Modern Falconry Rooted in Ancient Traditions

• Thompson New State Farm Agent

 

 

 ~ Published in January 26, 2011 issue ~ 

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• Council Says No to KPD Chief's Requests

• Relief Fund Benefits Kennard Family and Carthage Man After Fires

• CAB School Board Nearly Unanimous in Not Renewing Football Coach Contract

• CTA's Complaint Faces Dismissal

• Overman: Wayne Twp. Finances Solid; Future Uncertain

• Livestock, Forage, Grain Forum Friday in Indianapolis

• KIS Posts Second Nine Weeks Honor Roll

• Knightstown Park Board Leadership Unchanged

• State Audit Reveals Spending Cuts in Lewisville to the Tune of 5.4%

• Wiggin' Out - Wigwam Classic Gives Knightstown Players, Fans a Chance to Experience Anderson's Historic Gym  (*see photo slideshow here)

• Humanities, Preservation Grants Available

 

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