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News Headlines - September 2010

 

 ~ Published in September 1, 2010 issue ~ 

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• Dozens of Bikers Ride to Raise Money for Carthage Park  (*see photo slideshow here)

• Council Supports Sign on Public Square

• CAB Budget Hearing Tonight

• Carthage Votes to Codify Ordinances

• Mullen Third Nationally in WCTU Poster Contest

• Town Planners Designate 'Historic Focus' Areas

• CAB School Board Hires, Transfers Employees

• Knightstown Host Families Sought

• Riley Festival Seeks Queen Candidates

• Prize Money Awaits Student Videographers

• Farm Bureau Focuses on Local Government

 

 

 ~ Published in September 8, 2010 issue ~ 

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• Public Has No Questions or Comments Regarding CAB's 2011 Budget; Schools' 2011 Budget Over $13 Million

• CAB's Storie Recommends Nixing New Admin Offices

• New Ordinance Gives Council Power to Maker Exceptions to Animal Law

• Rush County Judge Issues Warrant for Dan Murphy

• Rush Co. Youth Grant Deadline Oct. 15

• Lilly Scholarship Program Changes

• Trash Removal Service Topic of Kennard Council Special Meeting Monday, Sept. 13

• Cycle III Grant Deadline Approaching

• Kids Challenged to Find Healthy Recipes

 

 

 ~ Published in September 15, 2010 issue ~ 

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• Township Trustee Drops Ball On Budget

• Chamber of Commerce Holds Annual Fall Fest  (*see photo slideshow here)

• CTA's Mistake May Effect Arbitration

• Conservation Field Day Sept. 24

• CAB School Board Expected to Adopt Proposed 2011 Budget

• Scenes from Steinwachs Memorial Car Show

• Former Gov. Whitcomb to Appear at Reception for Saunders

 

 

 ~ Published in September 22, 2010 issue ~ 

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• CAB Board Unanimous About New Administrative Building

• Wayne Twp. Board May Adopt Budget

• State Funds Available for Organic Growers

• Senator Gard Encourages Students to Apply for Senate Internship Program

• Dan Murphy Turns Himself in at Rush Sheriff's Dept.

• Pulling a Fast One; Young Lucas Mills' Pedal Power Pulls Him into National Contest

• Annual 'Henry County Reads' Features Book Written by Henry County Author

• River Friends Report Four Successful Clean-ups

• Vote to Return Officer's Take-home Car Stalls

• Rush Plan Commission to Meet

• State Critical of Shirley Bookkeeping

• CAB Hearing Focuses on Alleged Unfair Labor Practice

 

 

 ~ Published in September 29, 2010 issue ~ 

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• KHS Keeps Homecoming Tradition Going with Powder Puff Football  (*see photo slideshow here)

• KHS Students Enjoy Homecoming Dance  (*see photo slideshow here)

• Issues Still Surround New Sign

• Banner Renewal Notice Changes

• CAB Online Policy Manual $4,000

• HCMH Offering Stress Management Class

• Carthage Council to Host Public Hearing on 2011 Budget

• Counties Enact Open Burning Ban

• Speed Limit Lowered

• KHS Student's Academic Performance Sags in Comparison to Other Schools

• INDOT Readies for Winter

 

 

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