• Fire Distinguisher - Mel Matlock Retires After 36 Years
    • Nearly 300 Responds to Planners’ Survey
    • Carthage Town Council Reschedules Meeting
    • Knightstown Streets, Alleys to Be Inventoried
    • State Releases New Ground Water Study Data
    • Church of God Hosting Singers
    • Local Boy Raising Money for Kenya
    • Greensboro UMC Blood Drive July 16
    • EHHS Class of 1966 Reuniting July 30
    • MCA Registration Set for July 18-19
    • Obituaries: Kelley Jane Quarry
    • ‘Christmas in July’ Event at Sunset Park Aimed at Aiding Knightstown Food Pantry
    • Tandy Interim Replacement for Judge Willis
    • State Completes Library Audit
    • Look Up at the Night Sky … and Think
    • Glue Stick Fest Offers New Hope
    • Veteran Fireman Jason Kopp Enjoys Helping Younger Firefighters Learn, Grow
    • Cook and Belle Returning to Greenfield Plaza Concert
    • A Lifetime Guarantee
    • Rush Comm. Foundation Awards 147 Scholarships
    • County Library Summer Reading Program Ending; ‘TeenCon’ Set for Saturday, July 23
    • Foundation Assists New Youth Center
    • Youth Opportunity Center at New Castle Helps Sexually Exploited Children, Others
    • KHS Grads Thomas, Johnson, Tri’s Peggs Honored by Altrusa
    • Tri High Welcomes International Students, Instructors in Month-long Cultural Exchange
    • Knightstown Student Hosting Second Lemonade Fundraiser
    • 2016 Henry County 4-H Fair Schedule
    • Henry County Planning Commission to Consider Requests Next Thursday
    • Citizens State Bank Workers Donate to County Nonprofits
    • Indiana Attorney General Unhappy With Congressional Action on Opioid Abuse and Overdoses
    • A Look Back - Knightstown Class of 1966 in First, Second Grade at Kennard
    • Spencer Mattix Gets Pitching Win in First North-South All-Star Game
    • Fan Appreciation Night at Mt. Lawn Brings Large Crowd, Thrilling Racing
    • Knightstown Wrestlers Holding Car Wash Fundraiser Next Saturday
    • COPS Cycling for Survivors Coming to Knightstown
    • 2015-2016 Varsity Sports Recap - Cross Country
    • Peggs Selected First Team All-State, Mattix Named to Second Team All-State
    • Knightstown All-Sports Passes on Sale
    • Physical Forms May Now Be Completed, Signed by More Medical Professionals
    • Old Athletic Apparel Sold at Registration
    • Ponds, Creek Closed at New Castle’s Memorial Park After Algae Bloom
    • Freedom Quartet Performing in Rushville
    • Knightstown High School Athletic Department Sponsorship Opportunities
    • Banner Bonus Photo Page


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