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PIT STOP PIZZA & PUB
Open for breakfast at 6 a.m., Mon-Sat. Steak special Fri-Sat. Daily homemade meal specials. 711 N. Main Street in Carthage. 765-565-6078

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HINSEY-BROWN FUNERAL SERVICE
Two locations: 7355 S. State Road 109, Knightstown (765-345-7400) and 3406 S. Memorial Dr. in New Castle (765-529-7100)
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LEAKEY INSURANCE AGENCY
Call 765-345-5171 for info/quote.
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KNIGHTSTOWN COLLISION CENTER
Call 765-345-5380 for info/quote or visit us at 221 W. Main Street

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SUPERIOR MOWERS & MORE
Call 317-462-1323 or visit us on the web for more info
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a family tradition since 1898
CONDO & SON FUNERAL HOME
Funeral services, monument sales. 130 S. Main Street in Wilkinson. Call 765-781-2435.
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News Headlines - February 2008

 

 ~ Published in February 6, 2008 issue ~ 

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   (NOTE: SPORTS & SOCIETY NEWS LOCATED IN THOSE SECTIONS OF WEBSITE)

• With Help of Local School Staffers, Student Able to Deal with Rare Disorder

• Thousands in Equipment Stolen from Local Business

• Arbor Day Foundation Offers 10 Free Blue Spruce Trees

• Henry County Democrats Endorse Guffey and Pflum

• State Press Association Lauds Gard for Defending Public's Right to Know

• Henry County Art Association Exhibit Opens Thursday

• Candidate's Signatures Can Come from Voters Anywhere in District

• CAB School Board May Fill Vacant Library Board Posts

• County High School Graduation Rate Above State Average
   (includes Comparison Table for Grad Rates of Area Schools)

• Former CAB Business Manager Zurwell Expected to Plead Guilty

• CAB Recognizes Good Deeds of Public, Students and Staff

• Governor Initiates Car Crash Awareness Effort

• Air Evac to Set Up Base in Rushville  (web only)

• IU East to Offer New Social Work Degree  (web only)

• ALERT Notification Service Taking Sign-Ups  (web only)

 

 

 ~ Published in February 13, 2008 issue ~ 

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• Former CAB Business Manager's Trial May be Postponed

• Shirley Council to Discuss Home Improvement Grant

• County GOP Club Slates Annual Speech Contest

• KHS to Receive Second IHSAA Sportsmanship Award

• CAB Employees, Students Recognized for Good Deeds

• Friends of the Big Blue River Plan Summer of Conservation

• Broken Boiler Coats Students with Cold

• Libertarian Rex Bell Seeking Office

• Local Theft Investigation Ongoing

• Incumbent Leah Kopp Files Paperwork for Reelection

• State Police Probing Possible Murder-Suicide in Arlington

• State Supt. Encourages Review of Annual Reports
   (includes Comparison Table for Yearly Performance of Area Schools)

• Applications Sought for Hoosiers Boys' State

 

 

 ~ Published in February 20, 2008 issue ~ 

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• Inaugural CAB Spelling Bee Offers Schools Cheaper Contest Alternative

• Emergency Response Hot Topic at Town Meeting

• Working Her Way Through College, Local Girl Scammed on the Internet

• IU East Unveils 21st Century Scholarship

• Lewisville Council to Receive Mowing Bids

• Carthage Town Council Will Meet in Executive Session

• County Library Upgrades Technology

• Soy Farmers Will Get Choice on Tested Soybean Varieties

• Exchange at School Board Meeting Highlights Difference of Opinion

• Shirley Meetings Aimed at Grant Information Sharing

• State Official Says CAB Wrongly Redacted E-mails

• Town Council President Receptive to Idea of Local Representative

• Field of Interest Grants Offered by HCCF  (web only)

 

 

 ~ Published in February 27, 2008 issue ~ 

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• KHS Jazz Band Bops Back After 10 Years

• Eight Seeking CAB School Board Seats

• Henry County Receives State Clean Water Grant

• Traffic Signal Retiming Could Save Fuel

• Carthage Council Gets Water Project Update

• Candidates File for County, School Board Offices

• School Board Makes Three Library Board Appointments

• In Henry County School Elections, Incumbents Often Safe from Challenges

• Weather Doesn't Stop Band Concert from Drawing Nearly 300

 

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