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   April 1, 2015 Headlines

    • Cool Colors
    • Two Town Residents Speak at Rate Hike Hearing
    • Council Balks on Rummage Sale
    • CAB Kindergarten Round-up April 28-29
    • Community Harvest Event Set for April 3
    • Local Lions Club Hosting Fish Fry
    • First Baptist Church to Host Breakfast
    • Hancock Hope House Fundraiser Concert April 16
    • Rush Co. Soccer Program Gets Grant
    • K-town Council Still Struggling with Salary Ordinance for Town Workers
    • Banner Correction Noted
    • Special Events Sunday at Friends Church
    • Realtors Don’t Sell Homes; Love Does
    • Transparency Vital in Fundraising
    • HYCA Recruiter Justin Hamm Takes Pride in Cadets’ Growth as Respectful Adults
    • Vintage Gospel Lads Featured in Four Concerts Next Week
    • Community Foundation Awards Grants
    • BPW Meeting Hears Pioneer Cemetery Report
    • KHS Student Derek Heim Earns Comcast Scholarship
    • A Look Back: Knightstown Springs Installation
    • REMC to Honor Linemen
    • Scholarships Offered in State’s Youth Campaign
    • With New Hire, KPD Back to Full Strength
    • Ameriana Bank Hires Ben Hodgin
    • C.A. Beard Memorial School Corporation 2014 Annual Performance Report
    • USDA Wants Rural Business Grants Applications
    • Lady Panther Netters Get Started Tuesday
    • KHS Baseball Team Battled Heritage Christian in Scrimmage
    • Hall of Fame Classic Tourney Dec. 29-30
    • Eastern Hancock Student Ascends to Eagle Scout
    • Banner e-Edition Bonus Page - Camera Clicks and Sunset Pics

  • Mar. 25, 2015 issueMar. 25, 2015 Banner


    March 25, 2015 headlines

        • Stray Relay
        • Meeting on Rate Hike Tonight
        • CAB Accepting Bids for Two Closed Schools
        • CAB Kindergarten Round-up April 28-29
        • Community Harvest Event Set for April 3
        • Local Lions Club Hosting Fish Fry
        • First Baptist Church to Host Breakfast
        • Pendleton State Police Post Announces Sobriety Checkpoint
        • Obituaries: Harry David White
        • Town Council Resolves Lingering Employee Pay Issues
        • Hiding Out with Margaritas Fun
        • Knightstown, Left Out Once Again - Why?
        • James Jahrsdoerfer Cites Hands-on Learning Ability as Reason for Teaching Successes
        • Hoosier Motorists Urged to Use Caution as Illustrated in Work Zone Awareness Week
        • BRCH Fundraiser April 3
        • A Look Back: 1960s Jubilee Days parade; Hoosier Gym, 1966
        • Flood Insurance a Spring Necessity
        • Park Board Takes No Action to Replace Riggs
        • Knightstown BPW’s Mystery Dinner Theater Fundraiser
        • Town, Contractor Get Lawsuit Time Extension
        • National Arbor Day Slated for April 24
        • ‘Healthy’ Members Hear Earth Charter Indiana
        • HCHC Posted Major Gains; Ready for ‘15
        • Clever Clovers 4-H Club Elects Officers for 2015
        • Cadiz Policeman Arrested in Indianapolis After Refusing Field Sobriety, Blood Tests
        • Rush County Earns Certification as ‘Work Ready Community’
        • Joseph Trimmer of Carthage Completes Air Force Training
        • DNR Open House Events Focus on State Forests
        • Carving Out a Victory - Braden Silver Wins Cub Scout Pack 468 Pinewood Derby
        • Plan Commission Meeting Monday
        • Pond, Lake Fish Kills May Result After Bitter Cold
        • Tax Scam Targets Hoosiers
        • Panther Boys Track Team and Lady Panthers Fall to Eastern
        • KHS Softball Coach Plans for Long-term Success
        • Van Hoy Oil Sponsoring Racing Event
        • Unusual Journey Brought Coach Bret Mann to KHS
        • Lady Panthers Compete Against EH in Season Opener
        • Banner e-edition Bonus Page - Springtime Scenes from Around the Area

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  • Mar. 18, 2015 issueMar. 18, 2015 Banner


    March 18, 2015 headlines

        • Rush School Board Votes to Close Mays Elementary; Charter School Imminent
        • CAB Kindergarten Round-up April 28-29
        • Community Harvest Event Set for April 3
        • Scholarship App. Deadline March 20
        • First Baptist Church to Host Breakfast
        • BZA Approves Variance for 8-unit Apartment Complex
        • Standing Room Only at Last Week’s Economic Development Meeting
        • Attendees Enthusiastic
        • Sunshine Week Illuminates Open Government
        • The Intersection of Luck and Love
        • Librarian Shelli Wilson Combines Love of Teaching with Love of Books in Carthage
        • Dinwiddie DAR Chapter Meets at K-town Legion
        • Thompson Hosts Homemakers Club
        • Heim Leads Carthage Literary Circle Discussion
        • Local Sorority Hosts HYCA Director
        • Blue River Comm. Harvest’s Annual ‘Harvest Helpings’ Fundraiser Features Popular Motivational Speaker
        • A Look Back: 1970s students; Updated on last week's photos with info from Mary Wyatt Roland
        • Hospital Says Active Patients Can Live Longer
        • Knightstown High School Drama Dept. Presents Annual Spring Play: “You Can’t Take It With You!”
        • CAB Receives Appraisals for Closed Elementaries
        • KHS Fine Arts Academic Team Top at Conference Meet
        • Former KHS Baseball Standouts Return to Help Guide Young Panther Players
        • Henry County YMCA Officials Meet with State Legislators
        • All-Conference (Four KHS Basketball Players Recognized)
        • Panthers Ranked Third in Preseason Poll: Baseball Team Clinched Centerville Sectional Last Year; Poised for Exciting 2015 Season
        • Mounds Workshop Offered

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  • Mar. 11, 2015 issueMar. 11, 2015 Banner


    March 11, 2015 headlines

        • Scouts Honor
        • Duane Booth Selected as New K-town Police Chief
        • Health Communities Annual Meeting March 19
        • Thursday Meeting Open to the Public
        • Cemetery Items Will Be Removed
        • EH 3-on-3 Tourney This Saturday
        • Commissioners Meeting March 18
        • Local Artist’s Demo Tomorrow Night
        • County Library Hosting Book Sale Saturday
        • Obituaries: Charlotte Morse Copeland, Sara K. (Barton) Seivila, William Ray Hauger
        • Divided Council Takes First Step Toward Major Utility Rate Hike
        • Public Meeting to Feature Economic Development Talk
        • Sweat Equity Soaks Drywall Effort
        • Freddy Z. Knows How to Fish Big Blue
        • KHS Academic Bowl Teams Compete at League Meet
        • For Local Martial Arts Instructor Mauri Pierce, Learning May Be More Valuable than Teaching
        • Henry County Family Receives Hoosier Homestead Award
        • Common Threads Quilt Guild Hosting Kentucky Quilt Expert
        • Carthage Council President Questions Police Expenditure
        • A Look Back: Knightstown’s Old Fashioned Days Event
        • K-town Still Resolving Pay Issues
        • BZA, Plan Commission to Meet
        • Basketball Magazine Tabs Top 60 Senior Girls
        • In the Tigers’ Den: Sectional Hosts Hagerstown Tigers Roll Out Red Carpet; Promptly Oust KHS Panthers
        • Sectional Hosts Knightstown Show Panthers Early Exit - Edwards’ Double-Double Not Enough
        • Panthers Finish Season at 15-8
        • 8th Grade Girls Advance at Conference
        • Nominations Sought for Math, Science Titles
        • KIS Girls Compete in Henry County Tourney

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  • Mar. 4, 2015 issueMar. 4, 2015 Banner


    March 4, 2015 headlines

        • Knightstown’s Erin Bundy Uses ‘Gold M Award’ Money as Seed for New Henry Co. Community Foundation Fund
        • Knightstown Electric Substation Will See Upgrades
        • Disc Jockey - Local Students Selected for Ind. Assoc. of School Broadcasters State Finals
        • Conley Named 500 Festival Princess Candidate
        • March 12 Meeting Open to the Public
        • Cemetery Items Will Be Removed
        • EH 3-on-3 Tourney Has New Category
        • Local Artist’s Demo Slated for March 12
        • Sweepstakes Scammers Take Ruse to New Level
        • Knightstown Christian Church’s Revival Features Vintage Gospel Lads Show
        • Public Meeting to Feature Economic Development Talk
        • True Tales of Newlywed Bliss
        • 2056 K-town Will Be Better than 1956
        • KHS Wrestlers Get Duals Invite
        • Henry County Community Foundation Enjoys Leadership of New Castle Native Matthews
        • Local BPW Members Meet in Knightstown
        • Avon Literary Club Meets at Museum
        • Victory Lane CEO Attends California Conference
        • A Look Back: 1971 prom; unidentified boys basketball
        • ‘Old Lodge’ Owner Files Lawsuit Against Knightstown
        • Carthage Infant Death Under Investigation
        • Henry Co. Commissoners’ Certificate Sale March 10
        • Park Boards Balks at Contract
        • Color Guard - Hoosier Youth ChalleNGe Academy Presents Colors
        • Heim Earns Scholar-Athlete Award from National Football Foundation
        • KHS Wrestlers Orcutt, Dishman Recognized for Academics
        • KIS Girls Nixed By Rushville, Greenfield-Central
        • Senior Panthers Overwhelm Cougars
        • Boys Basketball Sectionals This Week at Hagerstown
        • Spring Sports Parent Meeting Mar. 12
        • DNR Says It Stocked More Fish in ’14 Than Other Years
        • The People’s Clock - Henry County Courthouse’s 110-foot Tower Home to Historic Striking Clock

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