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 News Headlines - January 30, 2013

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    • Transparency Takes a Hit at CAB as New Board Opts for Mute Consent Agenda
    • Virtually No Details Offered on Two Bus Driver Firings
    • KHS Emphasizing Cash for College Campaign
    • Pass, Dribble, Shoot Contest February 13
    • Community Harvest Volunteers Sought
    • Financial Aid Info Subject of Meeting
    • Dan Moll to Portray Ruffin Thursday
    • Lifeline Screenings Coming to K-town
    • Obituaries: Mable Marie (Graddy) Mills, Timothy James Meeker, Richard E. Rogers, Diana Lynn Orem
    • Pass, Dribble, Shoot Contest February 13
    • County Library Features Kids Activities
    • Wayne Township Overspent in '12
    • 'Downton Abbey' Is Class Television
    • That's the Way Ol' Cookie Crumbles
    • CAB Offers Students Help
    • Peg Mayhill Fondly Recalls Town's Heyday of Community Volunteerism
    • Carthage Project under Budget; Purchases Sought
    • John Ryan to Serve Another Term as Kennard Council Pres.
    • Crib Crowd: Tyrus Ethan Imel, Alexandra Johnson, Zachary Sweet Engaged; To Wed After Deployment
    • Local Girl Scouts Selling Cookies for Fundraiser
    • Hoosier Feeders Posts Steady Growth in Competitive Manufacturing Equipment Market
    • Creative Spark, Work Ethic Buttress Schombert Brothers' 7-year-old Knightstown Company
    • Local Third Graders Second in Tourney
    • Tri Breaks Streak, Beats Daleville
    • Titans Fall to Winchester
    • Eastern Hancock Youth Baseball Association Forms New Division
    • Seven KHS Wrestlers Headed to Regionals
    • KHS Boys Lose to Edinburgh
    • Lady Panthers Come Up Short
    • Royal Boys Clip Cougars in 47-45 Win
    • Knightstown Elementary School Students Named to New Honor Roll
    • Glen Oaks Offers Caregiver's Day Out