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News Headlines - January 2008

 

 ~ Published in January 2, 2008 issue ~ 

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• Knightstown Town Council Approves Pay Increases

• Knightstown Library Board to Honor Lois Brooks

• Carthage Employees Get Day Off

• Carthage Council Changes Meeting Schedule for 2008

• School Board Candidate Filing Deadline Jan. 23-Feb. 22

 

 

 ~ Published in January 9, 2008 issue ~ 

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• Town, Insurer Squabble Over Attorney Fees

• Town Council Discusses Town’s Lawsuit Liability

• Book About National Road Features Lengthy, Glowing Chapter on K-town

• House Fire Claims Life of Young Carthage Boy

• Property Subject of Continuing Complaints

• Saunders Encourages Students to Serve as Legislative Pages

• New State Program to Offer Health Coverage to Uninsured Hoosiers

• Appeals Court Rules for New Castle Man  (web only)

 

 

 ~ Published in January 16, 2008 issue ~ 

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• Knightstown Council to Address Possible Water Rate Hike

• Trump, South to Lead Knightstown Council

• Kennard Elementary School Honor Roll Released

• Spiceland Elementary Posts Second Nine Weeks Honors

• County Library Welcomes Guests to Monthly Book, Movie Review

• Tri Elementary Honor Roll Announced

• Wanted: Adult Legislative Pages

• Henry County Community Foundation Launches Website

• Local 'Leaders' Nominations Sought

• Grant Could Soften Carthage Water Bills

• Senator Gard Interested in Property Tax Plan

• Saunders Meeting Well Attended

 

 

 ~ Published in January 23, 2008 issue ~ 

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• Sheriff Holding Dan Greene at Henry County Jail

• KHS Students Hospitalized After Crash

• MRSA Virus Found at Knightstown Intermediate School

• Knightstown Council Will Seek Water Rate Increase

• Knightstown Intermediate School Honor Roll Posted

• Knightstown Elementary School Honor Roll Posted

• Knightstown Elementary 'Perfect Attendance' Students Announced

• Knightstown Students Place in Recent BPA District Contests

• Knightstown United Methodist Senior High Youth Group Holds Dinner

 

 

 ~ Published in January 30, 2008 issue ~ 

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• Town Council Makes Open Government a Priority

• Estate of the Late Ercell Bever, Jr. Establishes Two Benevolent Funds

• Petition Signatures Must Come from Candidates' Townships

• Knightstown Intermediate School Kids Recognized for Attendance

• Gas America Fundraising Aimed at Riley Hospital

• Tri Jr.-Sr. High School Releases Third Six Weeks Honor Roll

• CAB to Hold Public Forum on Superintendent Search

• Carthage Elementary Kids Receive Variety of Awards

• Access Counselor Sides with CAB on Newspaper's Complaint

• Knightstown-Wayne Twp. Fire Department Gives Town Council Monthly Fire Reports

• Senator Gard's Bill Attacks 'Biggest Health Threat'

• KPD Officer Completes Training

• Saunders Votes for Property Tax Relief

• Henry Co. Candidates Declare; Commissioners Face Challengers

 

 

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