• Award-Winning Radio Personality Cara Denis Returning to Hoosier Roots at 97.1 Hank FM
    • Public Input Sought on County Plan
    • Knightstown Council Votes to Outsource Payroll Services for Town Employees
    • Car Show Moves to Knightstown
    • KHS Rock for Riley Set for Friday, May 5
    • Church of God Hosting The Rydells
    • Greensboro UMC Blood Drive May 20
    • Spring Blast This Saturday in Carthage
    • Obituaries: Shirley Arnette Clements
    • Business Development Efforts Lauded
    • Two Retiring CAB Teachers to Be Honored
    • Banner Corrects Erroneous News Story
    • Don’t Delay; Tackle Your Dreams Today
    • ‘The Better Angels’ an Interesting Lincoln Film
    • Little Free Library Unveiled on K-town’s Public Square
    • Longtime Knightstown Family Joining Forces in New Automotive Repair and Customization Business
    • Park Board Votes to Close Splash Pad Again
    • Advance Wound Center Gets National Award
    • Formed in 1919, Nameless Creek Literary Club Still Holds Meetings
    • Viral Hepatitis Cases Skyrocket
    • Local Business Owner Pleads Guilty, Avoids Jail
    • Former Kennard Clerk-Treasurer Gets Probation
    • Despite Cold Gusty Winds, Panthers’ and Titans’ Bats Get Hot
    • New Castle Too Strong for Panthers Last Week, Win 9-3
    • Knightstown Girls Tennis Team Continues to Improve Skills
    • Area High School Sports Schedule for May 3-10
    • Eastern Hancock Takes First, KHS Third in 3-Way Meet with Wapahani
    • Middle School Panthers Having Successful Year So Far
    • Spiceland’s Sharon Day Entertains Tri Kappa Ladies
    • AIC Recovery Housing Recipient of Annual RCCF ‘CIRCLe’ Fund Grant
    • State Road 38 Safety Improvement Work Starts Monday
    • Educators Can Apply for State Park Field Trip Grants
    • ISDA Hosting Livestock Certification Training

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