• Combined Talent (NFL media employees visit Hoosier Gym)
    • Closure of Emergency Dispatch Concerns Fire Chief
    • Wayne Twp. Misses Meeting Deadline Again
    • Mt. Olive Rejoice Singers Performing
    • Steinwachs Car Show Set for May 12
    • KES Kindergarten Round-up Starting
    • Citizens State Bank Scholarship Offered
    • BBB: Online Scams Now Riskiest of All
    • Carthage Historic Preservation Commission Still Short Two Members
    • K-town Plan Commission Elects Hammer President
    • Please, Confine Loose Dogs
    • There’s Really No Fun in Giving Up
    • Martial Arts Provide 2011 KHS Graduate Haley Roche with Outlet for Daily Frustrations
    • Little Red Door Family Camp Applications Due by March 9
    • Historic Preservation Nominations Sought
    • New KPD Chief Sworn In
    • New Castle Tractor Supply Co. Donates to Hungry Dogs, Cats
    • Butler, Moore, Bouslog Named Tri-Eastern All-Conference
    • Eastern Hancock Hosting 3-on-3 Tournament
    • Mt. Lawn Speedway Posts 2018 Race Schedule
    • Knightstown Cheerleaders Place Second in First Tri-Eastern Conference Competition
    • Panther Season Ended by 11th-ranked Howe Team
    • Titans Falter in Second Half Sectional Game to Finish Season at Blue River
    • Golf Officials Develop ‘Pace of Play’ Action Plan for High School
    • Defense Dept. Announces Refunds on Federal Taxes
    • Court Determines Military Burn Pits Caused Lung Disease in Troops
    • Brown Again Seeking County Assessor Seat
    • A Look Back: Mt. Lawn Speedway, 1949
    • ‘Rural Affairs’ Group Publishes Guide to Wind Energy Laws
    • Upchurch Announces Candidacy for Henry County Treasurer
    • Arbor Day Foundation Offers Free Trees
    • Incentives Drive Private Land Hunts

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