May 25, 2016 Headlines

    • 14 Vying for Jubilee Days Queen Tiara
    • KPD Now Enforcing Abandoned and Junk Vehicle Ordinance
    • K-town Encourages Property Owners to Tidy Up
    • Beautiful Baby Contest June 4
    • Glen Cove Event to Highlight Changes
    • KHS Class of 1976 Reuniting Aug. 6
    • EHHS Class of 1966 Reuniting July 30
    • Patrick Saunders Appointed to Lewisville Town Council After One Member Resigns
    • Community Foundation Honors KHS Teachers Shanna Smucker with Teacher Excellence Award
    • Special Event at Glen Cove Cemetery Will Recognize Vets, Highlight Chapel Fence Work
    • Food Variety Not Like It Used to Be
    • Wind Issue Can Shift with Compromise
    • Local Fire Chief Bob Schaeffer Reflects on His Many Years in Emergency Response
    • KHS Alumni Banquet Set for Saturday, June 25
    • Sorority Celebrates Mother’s at Four Square Church Meeting with Lots of Guests Attending
    • Local DAR Chapter Recognizes Local American History Essay Contest Winners
    • Tabatha Brown Named CAB’s Teacher of the Year
    • Two Months Pass, But Town Council Still Has Not Hired New Town Works Manager
    • Knightstown High School Makes List of Four-star Schools
    • County Library Offering Free Genealogy Classes
    • Nearly 200 Cars Show for Annual ‘Jalopies for Jackson’ Event in Lewisville Saturday
    • Childhood Cancer Survivor Jackson Smith Focus of Fundraiser
    • Play Ball? Play Time? … what’s the difference?
    • Indian Creek Snaps Panthers Conference Winning Streak
    • Lady Panthers Defeat Morristown
    • Eastern Hancock Boys MHC Track Champs, KHS 4th
    • Eastern Hancock Girls Win Mid-Hoosier Conference Track Title, Knightstown 2nd
    • Lady Panthers Outlast Lady Titans for 5-4 Win
    • Knightstown Defeats Tri in First Round of County Baseball Tourney
    • Lady Panthers Fall to Hauser
    • Knightstown Baseball Team Tops Centerville 14-6
    • Lady Titans Fall 2-3 to Lady Golden Eagles May 6
    • Panthers Shut Out North Decatur
    • Peggs Pitches 3-Hitter in Lapel Win
    • Panthers Beat Union County
    • Panthers Beat 5th-ranked Wapahani on the Road
    • Lady Titan Softball Team Defeats Centerville 5-3
    • Lady Titans Get Conference Win Over Hagerstown, 7-4
    • Knightstown Falls To Cambridge City Lincoln
    • Lady Titans End Regular Season with Two Wins
    • Tri Girls Track Team Sixth at Conference Meet
    • Tri Boys Compete at Conference Track Meet
    • Mays Elementary School Alumni Return for Pre-graduation Walk-Through at New School
    • Late Local Race Driver Medford to be Memorialized at Mt. Lawn This Weekend
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