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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
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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 - July 2010

 

 ~ Published in July 7, 2010 issue ~ 

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• Knightstown's Matthew Bourdeau Gaining Experience at West Point

• Dalton, Wehr Selected to Lead CAB School Board

• Grose Home Focus of Historic Knightstown Inc. Program

• Council Okays New Police Car Purchases; Mulls Budget Cuts

• CAB Moving Forward on Additional Bond Issue

• Local FFA Members Compete at Purdue

• 'Move Over Law' in Effect as of July 1

• Henry County Democrats Hosting Open House Friday

• Council Considers Possible Budget Cuts

• Mary Willis Seeks Supreme Court Seat

• State Says Indiana Voters Can Now Register Online

• State Encouraging Women to Get Free Treatments

 

 

 ~ Published in July 14, 2010 issue ~ 

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• Knightstown Asked to Consider Joining EIDD 'Main Street' Development Effort

• CAB Registration Forms Now Online

• Former KHS Teacher Still Fighting Dismissal

• Willis Loses Supreme Court Bid

• Dyer Chosen for Carthage Council

• Hancock Humane Society Open House This Saturday

• Report Shows CAB's Instructional Spending Trails Area, State Averages

• Breakdown of Area School Corporation Expenditures for 2008-2009 School Year

• Conservation Officers Pushing Floatation Device Campaign

• Lawmakers Eye Health Cost Savings

• Local Soldier Seeks Morale Boost While in Afghanistan

 

 

 ~ Published in July 21, 2010 issue ~ 

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• Dry 'RAIN' - Local Cyclists Participate in Ride Across Indiana  (*see photo slideshow here)

• Carthage May Enact New Skateboard Ordinance

• KHS Class of 1985 Reunion Saturday

• Mays Registration Set for Aug. 5-6

• Carthage Pike Closed Until Late September

• Council Eliminates KPD's Take-home Car Policy

• Banner Receives Appreciation Awards at State Legion Convention

• This Year's 'Big Read' Features World War II Book by Bruce Smith

• Woman Seeks Over $1 Million for Alleged Rights Violation

• Local Man Wins at 4-H Fair Open Show

• Songs of Salvation - New Orleans Church Members Visit Walnut Ridge Friends  (*see photo slideshow here)

 

 

 ~ Published in July 28, 2010 issue ~ 

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• CAB Seeking Buyers for New Bond Issue

• Deer Management Seminar August 7

• Town Council Say Officer Can Keep Town Drug Dog

• Gard Appointed to Health Finance Commission

• Dismissed KHS Teacher's Grievance Advances; Hearing Set for August 4

• Shenandoah FFA Director Hickey to Lead State Ag Leadership Team

• Charlottesville VFD Returns Property Given Away by Police Chief Baker

• CAB School Principals May Get More Autonomy

• Big Blue River Friends Meet at County Library

• Town May Tap Pfenninger as New Agent

• State FFA Officer Matlock Attends National Meeting

• Conservation Officers Bust 33 Violators on Whitewater River

• Norrod, State Investigating House Boat Fire

 

 

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