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    • Local FFA Plants Idea of KHS Greenhouse
    • Consultant Advises K-town Sewer Rates Should Rise Again
    • Town Council Exempts Two from Moratorium
    • Masons Hosting Breakfast Saturday
    • KHS Rock for Riley Set for Friday, May 5
    • Charlottesville UMC Dinner April 29
    • Greensboro UMC Blood Drive May 20
    • K-town Providing Free Dumpster
    • DNR Says Baby Wild Animals Better Left Alone
    • Three Pay Raises Given by Town
    • Park Board Meeting Tonight at Town Hall
    • Choosing Happiness Is Often All It Takes
    • When Left to Their Own Devices, People Selfish
    • Citing Her Positive Interaction with Students and Other Traits, CAB Names Lewman Teacher of the Year
    • Library Changing Card System
    • KHS Graduate Brady Hall Joins Society of Collegiate Scholars
    • Norma Reece Hosts Extension Homemakers
    • Wallace Completes Courses
    • Arts and Crafts Fair Saturday, May 6
    • DAR American Essay Winners and Good Citizens Honored
    • Kennard Council Meeting Behind Closed Doors
    • CAB Board Approves Trio of KHS Coaching Assignments
    • State Police Warn of Growing Dangers of ‘Meth Trash’
    • Knightstown Softball Team Gets Several Big Wins in Past 10 Days
    • Lady Titan Softball Team Continuing to Challenge Bigger Schools
    • Knightstown Baseball Team Gets 19-9 Win at Northeastern
    • Royal Track Teams Finish Second at Shelbyville, Small School Invite; Shelbyville Wins Home Event, EH Second, Royals Second Behind Wapahani at Small School Invite
    • Titan Boys Track Third at Lincoln
    • Area High School Sports Schedule for Apr. 26-May 3
    • Alert: I-70 Lane Closures for Bridge Repairs This Week
    • Mounds’ Native Plant Sale May 13
    • Sweeping Change in Store for State’s Notaries Public


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