• Citizen Duty
    • Henry County Commissioner Incumbents Retain Seats
    • Bullet Hole Building Lawsuit Now in Homestretch; Court Ruling Imminent
    • Volunteers Sought for Local Clean-up
    • Legion’s Thanksgiving Dinner November 23
    • Carthage Dinner Benefits Library
    • Painting Class Offered at Park Shelter House
    • Obituaries: Michael David Byrnes, James W. Johnson M.D.
    • Henry Co. Board of Zoning Appeals to Hear Flat Rock Wind Case on Nov. 10
    • County Library’s Concert Series Features Southern Gospel Trio Nov. 17
    • 2017 Lilly Scholarship Finalists Announced
    • Knightstown High School’s Ally Wilfong Among Group
    • Summit Lake, Other Parks Closing for Deer Reduction
    • Walnut Ridge Hosting Legionnaire Jerry Jordon
    • Autumn Brimming with Good Memories
    • Oh, What a Relief, What a Relief It Is!
    • New Kennard Clerk-Treasurer Crissy Beavers Enjoys Her Job and Small Town Living
    • Shirley Woman Files Federal Lawsuit
    • Area Ag Producers Among Finalists in Bureau’s Young Farmer Awards
    • Quilt Guild Meeting Nov. 16
    • State Police Accepting Academy Applications
    • Espiritu Wins Annual GOP Speech Contest
    • Gorman-Mawk Family Reunion Sees Tribute to Veteran Service Members
    • Scant Public Attendance as New Planning Revealed
    • A Look Back - Some Old Photos From The Banner's Photo Archive
    • Rush County Genealogists Holding Cemetery Program
    • One Man Dead Following Spiceland Area Shooting
    • BMV Branches to Close Friday for Veterans Day
    • First Annual Red & Black Night Helps Local Pantry
    • Knightstown Girls Varsity, JV Start Season with Wins Over Northeastern
    • Lady Panther JV Team Falls to Monroe Central
    • EH Varsity Girls Basketball Team Opens Season with Loss to Beech Grove, Win Over Elwood
    • Lady Royals Junior Varsity Go 1-1 to Start Season
    • Knightstown Holding Girls Basketball Alumni Game Nov. 26
    • Area High School Sports Schedule for Nov. 9-16
    • Four Options Now Available for Hunters to Check in Game
    • Hunters Warned About Bovine Tuberculosis in Three East Central Counties
    • Banner Photo Bonus Page: Henry County’s Beautiful Countryside


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