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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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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
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CONDO & SON FUNERAL HOME
Funeral services, monument sales. 130 S. Main Street in Wilkinson. Call 765-781-2435.
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News Headlines - October 2009

 

 ~ Published in October 7, 2009 issue ~ 

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• Youthful Cheers - Knightstown Cheerleaders of All Ages Join Varsity in Friday's Game  (*see photo slideshow here)

• CAB Could Join Forces with Purdue

• Council Refusing to Pay Insurance Co.

• County Health Dept. Will Have 500 H1N1 Vaccines

• CAB a 'Miracle Corporation' - Riley Hospital for Children Lauds Local Fundraising Efforts

• Resurfacing Projects Start

• CAB Meetings Focus on Big Issues

 

 

 ~ Published in October 14, 2009 issue ~ 

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• St. Rose Catholic Church Unveils Newly Constructed Marian Grotto  (*see photo slideshow here)

• CTA Grievance Over CAB Web Grades Moving to Next Level

• CAB Meeting Rescheduled

• Local Veterinary Science Program Welcomes Area Pets for Students' Grooming Education

• Carthage Council Meeting Tonight

• CAB Undergoes State Scrutiny

• Knightstown Council Meeting Will Take Place in Shelter House

• Accidents, Arrests Keep Knightstown Police Busy

• Hoosier Gym Chili Cook-off Seeking Local Chili Entries

• Local Scouts Enjoy Fall Camporee

• Big Blue River Watershed to Analyze Water Quality

• H1N1 Vaccinations Now Underway

• Carthage Students Get Close Look at Air Evac Helicopter

• CAB Moving Forward with Improvement Plans

• Community Strength Subject of Conference

• October Brings Appreciation Days at B-ball Hall of Fame

• Predatory Birds Showcase Goes with 'Big Red' Events

• Special Commentary ... Newspapers Still Important to Community

• Second Annual 'Holiday Help Out' Getting Underway

 

 

 ~ Published in October 21, 2009 issue ~ 

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• Town Council Suspends KPD Chief Baker

• Local FFA Group Heading for Indy

• Teen Pregnancy Target of School's 'Baby, Think It Over' Program

• Ameriana Bank Contest Set for Make a Difference Day

• Locked in the Vault ... Council Votes to Keep Investigation Record Secret

• Chief Impressed, Humbled by Support

• 8 Reserve Officers Hired

• 'Big Read' Event Features Author Talks

 

 

 ~ Published in October 28, 2009 issue ~ 

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• Knightstown Annexation Makes Small Step Forward

• KIS Invites Local Vets to Program

• Local Halloween Activities Abound

• I-70 Closing Tonight for Bridge Expansion

• CAB Web Grades Draw Second Grievance

• Charges Eminent in Community Corrections Case

• HCCC Oversees Offenders

 

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