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 News Headlines - April 30, 2014

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    • CAB Looks Within for New Leadership: KES Principal Jed Behny Is New Super
    • Local Postal Carriers Ready to Stamp Out Hunger Here
    • Carthage Water Rate Hearing Thursday
    • Rush County Council Election Preview
    • Lewisville Assoc. Hosting Dinner
    • Piano Recital Set for May 4 at WCC
    • History of 'Home' Part of HKI Program
    • E-Scrap Recycling Event Set for June 17
    • Obituaries: Randy Lee Frazier, Hazel M. North
    • Community Outreach Service Set for May 4
    • Three Vying for Henry County Commissioner
    • Exotic Names Lead to Adventure
    • Understanding Digital News Photography
    • Nick Hammer Finds Freedom in Music; Pursues Career Dream at Ball State
    • BPW Hosts Senior Girls Dessert
    • Shirley Piano Teacher Cupp Presenting Recital Sunday
    • Shaneyfelt to Perform Here
    • Riley Wrangler Square Dance Club Hosting 30th Annual Arts & Crafts Fair This Saturday
    • TASC Group Awards Grants
    • Police Urge Cautious Driving
    • Bronnenberg Home Opening at Mounds
    • Henry County Prosecutor Race Pits Bergacs Against Saunders
    • Harvest Helpings Raises $7,000
    • Knightstown Elementary School Teacher Liz Selvidge Applies for, Receives $4,500 CenturyLink Grant
    • Grants for Park Field Trips Offered
    • Mounds S.P. Visitors May Borrow GPS, Backpacks
    • McCorkle, Cronk Square Off in May 6 Sheriff's Primary Race
    • Knightstown Town Council Special Meeting Thursday
    • State Parks Featuring Free Admission Sunday, May 4
    • JV Softball Team 4-1 After Recent Win
    • Youth Baseball, Softball Underway Again
    • Panther Baseball Team Edged Out in First Loss
    • Lady Panther Softball Team Dominates Shelby Southwestern, Beating Them 18-2
    • KHS Gets Conference Win, Devastating S. Decatur 14-1
    • Rushville Hands Lady Panthers Fifth Loss
    • KHS Softballers Sting Yellow Jackets
    • Ladies Sweep Home Doubleheader
    • Panthers Baseball Team Ranked 8th in Class 2A
    • Mounds State Park Touts New Program for Children
    • Tech Seminars Offered at Butler, Purdue
    • Garlic Mustard Pull Sunday, May 4