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News Headlines - March 2011

 

 ~ Published in March 2, 2011 issue ~ 

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• Local FFA Members Will Benefit from $2,500 Monsanto Grant; Local Couple Turns Money Over to KHS Program During FFA Week  (*see photo slideshow here)

• GOP Caucus Chooses Lay Judge; Ignores Town Council

• Hoops Sectional Causes Solar Meeting Change

• Vehicle Lease Left Undone

• KHS Academic Bowl Competes

• Banner Issues Correction

• County GOP Caucus Chooses Whitesitt

• Henry County Emergency Agency Gets Federal Funds

 

 

 ~ Published in March 9, 2011 issue ~ 

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• Legal Fees For Former Town Judge Skyrocket

• Investigation Cloaked in Secrecy

• CAB School Board Hires Three New Employees at Knightstown Elem.

• Carthage Photos Donated

• Utility Customer Brings Complaint to Council for Second Time

• Carthage Council Grants Town Marshal a Raise

• Rural Development Grants Available

• Telephone Cost Reduction Available

 

 

 ~ Published in March 16, 2011 issue ~ 

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• Solar Project Subject of Tonight's Hearing

• Show Time - KHS Band's Dinner and a Show Event  (*see photo slideshow here)

• KIS Teacher Suspended After Test Incident

 

 

 ~ Published in March 23, 2011 issue ~ 

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• On Message - Kevin Wanzer Anti-Bullying Presentation  (*see photo slideshow here)

• Dual Credit Courses Coming to KHS

• CAB School Board: Solar Project Shining On

• Suspension Upheld

• Carthage Town Council Changes Meeting Night

• Town Court Hours May Be Changing Soon

• Knightstown Council Questions Legal Fees

• Glamour Girls; KHS Red Rhythm Dance Team Competes in State Dance Finals  (*see photo slideshow here)

• School Board Approves New CAB Teachers' Contract

• Carthage Fire Fighters, Food Pantry Get RCCF Grants

• Study Shows Knightstown Ineligible

 

 

 ~ Published in March 30, 2011 issue ~ 

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• KHS History Students Publish Local Veterans Book Detailing Service, Sacrifice  (*see photo slideshow here)

• Water Well Will Continue to Moisten Knightstown

• Councilmen Question Chief's Action

• Utility Customer's Request Denied

• Town Council Asks Former Judge to Relinquish Records

• A-n-x-i-e-t-y Spells Success for Spelling Bee Contestant; Knightstown Elementary Student Jessica Butler Wins Fourth Annual CAB Spelling Bee  (*see photo slideshow here)

• CAB Looks to Borrow $400k Against Spring Taxes

 

 

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