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 News Headlines - April 23, 2014

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    • Sunset Park Splash Pad Set to Open on May 24
    • Town Council Makes U-turn on KPD Vehicle Policy
    • Head Start Open House April 24
    • KHS Spring Musical This Weekend
    • Carthage Lions Breakfast April 26
    • Harvest Helpings Set for April 25
    • Obituaries: Larry R. Ebersole
    • Obituaries: Larry Scott Messer
    • Obituaries: James Earl Keck
    • Foundation Gives 22 Grants Locally
    • Back, Herbkersman Named DAR Good Citizens
    • 'A Man of Kindness to His Beast is Kind'
    • The Pros and Cons of Living Near I-70
    • Kathryn Waits Hosts Extension Homemakers Meeting
    • Victory Lane Seeking Campers
    • KHS Graduation Rate Climbs for Second Time in Two Years
    • KHS Pat-down Search Draws Mixed Feelings
    • CAB Takes Action to Avoid Shortfalls
    • 'Welcome Back Weekend' May 2-4 at State Parks
    • Rush County GardenFest May 17
    • C.A. Beard Memorial School Corporation 2013 Annual Performance Report
    • Tom Mayhill's 2005 Lecture 'Knightstown in 1946' Spotlights Booming, Industrious Post-War Community (part 2)
    • Knightstown Elementary School Science Fair Winners
    • Henry County Denied Aid
    • Drug Take Back Event Saturday
    • Cross Walk - Greensboro United Methodist Church Congregation's Good Friday Strolls Into Its 23rd Year
    • Good Friday Part of Widely-recognized Holy Week Celebrations
    • KHS Senior Ciara Kline Named SADD's 2014 Student of the Year for Indiana
    • Interurbans Subject of Greenfield Lecture
    • Undefeated Panthers Sweep Royal Doubleheader
    • Lady Panther Softball Team Loses to Lincoln, Eastern and Union Co.
    • Hoops Hall of Fame to Induct Notables
    • Panthers Hand Blue River Vikings Huge 10-1 Loss
    • Panther Baseball Team Undefeated Under Darren Hardesty
    • Mounds State Park Event Aimed at Reducing Invasive Garlic Mustard
    • Hancock County's Energy Park Gets State's Designation as 'Shovel Ready' Project
    • Turkey Hunting Season Opens Today Across State