• Carthage Council Keeps Last Year’s Leadership
    • Henry County 4-H Enrollment Deadline Jan. 15
    • State Issues School Accountability Grades
    • Five Years of Accountability Letter Grades for Charles A. Beard Schools
    • Five Years of Accountability Letter Grades for Area High Schools
    • 4-H Enrollment Night This Thursday
    • Octagon House Offers Free Tours
    • Girl Scout Cookies Now Available
    • Greensboro UMC Hosting Blood Drive
    • Church of God Gospel Sing Jan. 21
    • Banner Subscription Price Unchanged
    • Obituaries: Peggy L. Williams, Connie Davidson, Virginia Lee Stephens
    • Farmers Offered Incentives to Practice Conservation
    • Shirley Woman’s Lawsuit May Get Tossed Out
    • Obituaries: Donald Keith Loy
    • Girl Scout Cookie Sales Benefit Scouting Activities
    • Bar Association Offering Free Legal Consultations
    • Pet Stories Rain Like Cats and Dogs
    • Dieting? Exercising? You Can Do It!
    • Kennard Getting New Curb Ramps Along with S.R. 234 Paving to Hancock Co. Line
    • A Former Fireman, Ben Madison Now Focuses efforts on Training at Local Ambulance Service
    • Student Scholarships Abound
    • Local Company Changes Name
    • Ciara Dillinger on Dean’s List at IU Kokomo
    • Lady Titans Beat Blue River, Shenandoah to Win Henry County Title
    • Titans Fall to Wes-Del
    • Tri Girls Beat Daleville, Fall to Ranked Sheridan in Lady Titan Holiday Classic
    • Participants Sought for Community Hunting Access Program
    • Royals Hold Off Lincoln
    • Senior Daniel Rayburn Scores Career-High 18 to Lead KHS in Win over Tri
    • KHS Boys Fall to Indiana Math & Science Academy
    • Blue River Whips KHS in County Tourney
    • EH Boys Smash Burris
    • Shenandoah Boys Beat Tri
    • Area High School Sports Schedule for Jan. 11-18
    • Ward, Knott Continue Knightstown Town Council Leadership
    • Quilt Guild Gives 16 Handmade Quilts to Community South Hospital
    • Hancock County Schools Active in Fairbanks Motivational Alcohol, Drug Prevention Program
    • Allen Performing at County Library
    • Turn in a Poacher Program Aimed at Thieves
    • Planning Steering Committee Meeting Again This Thursday


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