June 29, 2016 Headlines

    • Knightstown Hires Rick Tarr as New Works Manager
    • Beautify Knightstown Lands Another Big Grant
    • CAB School Board Hears Report on Possible $1 Million Bond Issue
    • Blue River Community Harvest’s Summeriest Includes Covered Bridge Bike Tour on Aug. 27
    • Church of God Hosting Singers
    • St. Rose Men’s Club Selling History Book
    • Octagon House Fish Fry Set for July 9
    • Carthage Library Hosting Youth Event
    • Greensboro UMC Blood Drive July 16
    • Obituaries: Helen Marie Oathout, Joyce N. Edwards
    • State Extends Vehicle Registration Time
    • Town Council Approves Proposed ’17 Budget
    • ‘Taking Back America’ … for Whom?
    • Town Council Taking Solid Steps
    • Willow Branch Native Corey Johnson Enjoys Serving Community Via Fire Dept.
    • Free Youth Arts Program at Park Draws Lots of Kids for Activities
    • The Privilege of Praise
    • Mays Academy Posts Year-end Awards
    • BPW Knightstown Welcomes Seven New Members
    • Knightstown Has New Electric Dept. Manager
    • CAB Personnel Changes
    • Knockin’ on Stardom’s Door - Chick Magee Podcast Highlights Success of Rush County Band The Easthills
    • Knightstown’s 8u All-Star Baseball Team Wins Back-to-Back Championships at Rushville Summer Slam Tourney
    • 10u, 12u Baseball Teams Also Compete at Rushville
    • 2015-2016 Varsity Sports Recap - Knightstown Volleyball, Tri Volleyball, Eastern Hancock Volleyball
    • Betty the Bunny - Rick Cole Wins Ohio Contest
    • Fish Kill in Little Flatrock River
    • Banner Bonus Photo Page


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