• Latest Wilbur Wright Trail Extension Well Worth the Trip
    • Carthage May Move Town Hall to Old Bank Building
    • Candidates File Ahead of May 8 Primary Election
    • CWF Pro Wrestling Performs Feb. 24
    • The Ridell’s’ Concert Feb. 17 at Church
    • Local Grief Support Group Meeting
    • County Schools Focus of Exhibit
    • Obituaries: William R. “Bob” Anderson
    • Obituaries: Joseph W. “Joey” Tompkins
    • Carthage Downsizes Committee to Aid Meetings
    • Sounds Trite, But Time Flies
    • America Is Still Often ‘Not Ready’
    • Knightstown Native Eric Hiner and His Companion Dog, ‘Dozer,’ Take Top Honors at Indy Dog Show
    • Indiana Youth Institute Invites Communities to Host Events That Focus on Youth Issues
    • Knightstown’s Hy-Flex Corp. Part of State Internship Program
    • County Library Offers Mobile Internet Hotspots
    • Kyler Schaetzle Named to Dean’s List at DePauw
    • Coach Jared Evans Named Regional Coach of the Year
    • Local Wrestlers’ Seasons End at New Castle Semistate
    • KHS Athletes Honored for Academics
    • Knightstown, Tri, Eastern Hancock Students Earn Recognition from New Castle Career Center
    • Baseball Team Meets Goal on Shoe Drive
    • Lady Titans Regional Hopes Shattered in Heartbreaking First Round Loss
    • Panthers Drop Games to Greenfield, N. Decatur
    • Eastern Hancock Stomps Tri Boys
    • Titan Boys Basketball Team Defeated by Lincoln, Daleville, Northeastern
    • TEC Cheerleading Competition March 6
    • Coming Soon to Middletown: Vietnam Memorial Wall
    • Deadline Set for Rush Co. Field of Interest Grants
    • St. Vincent Heart Center’s Partnership with Henry Community Health Continues to Offer Bevy of Local Cardiology Expertise and Care
    • Knightstown Park Board Reschedules Its February Meeting

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