• Changes May Be in Store for Local Government
    • Mays Community Academy Partners with Rush Co. Players in ‘Seussical’
    • Local Youth Softball, Baseball Tryouts Set
    • Scouts’ Breakfast This Saturday
    • Vintage Gospel Lads Returning
    • EH Royal 3-on-3 Tourney March 12
    • Local Church Has Welcome Packets
    • Obituaries: Brenda L. Jones, Jimmie G. Chapman
    • State Forest Open Houses Set
    • Knightstown Town Council Stops Short of Commitment to Expand Sewer Service Beyond Town’s Boundaries
    • Keep Track or Family May Disappear
    • Soothing Heart Song Got Me Thinking
    • INDOT Driving Engineers
    • Back in the Day, Delicious Bacon Sold for $1.50 Per Hundred Pounds - and they say they had it rough!
    • Tri Kappa Scholarships Offered
    • Leonard Joins Community Foundation
    • Crane Not Among Judicial Finalists
    • MainSource Bank Employees Teach at Eastern Hancock
    • KHS Building Corp. Still Hasn’t Met
    • New Program Gives Vets Advantage in Produce Sales
    • Law Enforcement Stepping Up March Patrols
    • Deadline for RCCF Scholarships Applications Set for This Friday
    • Saunders’ Bill Advances
    • Knightstown First Christian Church Bringing Gospel Lads Back for More
    • Local Fire Department Sees Major Increase in Emergency Responses
    • School Board Approves Coaching Assignments
    • Outdoor Indiana Featuring State’s Historic Mills
    • TASC Awards Grants
    • Derek Hall Honored by Peers
    • Saunders Wants U.S. 52 Bridge Named for Cotton
    • State Audit Reveals Issues with Lewisville’s Finances
    • Panthers Finish Regular Season 12-10
    • A Look Back - Knightstown 3rd Grade Boys Were State Champs in 2007
    • Eastern Hancock Boys Split with Hagerstown
    • Titans’ Regular Season Ends with Two Tough Losses
    • Tri, Eastern Hancock Fall in First Round of Sectional; Knightstown Plays Friday
    • Cameron Fender to Continue Wrestling Career at NAIA’s 4th-Ranked Indiana Tech
    • Parent Spring Sports Meeting Mar. 4
    • EH 3-on-3 Tournament Mar. 12
    • Banner Bonus Page - SOFT and SCENIC: Looking Forward to Both Spring and Summer


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