• Harvest Harmony
    • Candidates Questioned at Forum
    • K-town May Adopt Budget Thursday
    • Pizza Sales Benefit Elementary School
    • Area Students Needed for Local Art Project
    • County Library Fall Fest October 22
    • Painting Class Offered at Park Shelter House
    • Obituaries: Mary Alice Barkhimer, Mary F. Pitts, Gloria Jean Kohr, Roger L. Crail, Sr.
    • Plan Steering Committee Applying Finishing Touches to Goals, Objectives
    • Blue River Community Harvest Can’t Find Home; Opts to Close
    • Fond Memories of Octobers Past
    • Trail System Worthy of Development
    • Rookie Volunteer Fireman Craig Richey Follows In Grandfather’s Footsteps with Local Fire Service
    • DNR to Lower Summit Lake Level by Five Feet to Repair Dam Valve Repairs; Rain will Refill Lake
    • Absentee Voting Underway Across State
    • Reedy Joins Community Foundation
    • Dinwiddie DAR Chapter Meets in Greenfield
    • USDA Encourages Rural Small Businesses Ag Producers to Support Renewable Energy
    • Henry County Prosecutor Charges Two More Men in Death of Jail Inmate Gosser
    • ‘Only in Indiana’ Film Debuts at Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame
    • Knightstown Girls Basketball Showcase Set for Oct. 27
    • Panthers Lose to Heritage Christian
    • Titans Whip Patriots in Last Reg. Season Game
    • Royals Finish Regular Season 4-5 After Loss at Lapel
    • Andy Meneely to Head EH Girls Basketball
    • KHS Parent Meeting for Winter Sports Oct. 26
    • Royal Hyland Ladies Golf League Holds Scramble
    • Baseball Pitch Count Rule Approved by Executive Committee
    • KHS Coach Hardesty, A.D. Martin Weigh in on Pitching Rules Change
    • Area High School Sports Schedule for Oct. 19-26
    • Luminary Night Hikes at Mounds State Park
    • State Sets New Meal Eligibility Requirements
    • Meal, Snack Nutritional Standards Met
    • ISDA Applications for Livestock Promotion Grants Being Accepted
    • High School Students Get to Sit In on Indiana Supreme Court Case
    • State Awards Communities $80 Million
    • Banner Bonus Page - Late Summer Beautify and Harvest


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