• Former Kennard Clerk Could Face More Charges
    • Knightstown CVS Seeking Beer-Wine-Liquor Permit
    • Kennard Officials Respond to State
    • Charlottesville Lions Hosting Fish Fry
    • Steinwachs Car Show Set for May 12
    • Mural Dedication Event April 28
    • Annual Plant Sale May 4-5 in Greenfield
    • Tri Kindergarten Round-up April 23-24
    • Obituaries: Rhonda (Boo Boo) Sue Johnson, Charles “Chuck” Hutson
    • Obituaries: Ruby S. Zimmerman, Joseph Wright
    • CAB Schools Considering Bank Change
    • Working Toward First Crayfish Boil
    • Sparing Filled With Natural Delights
    • Curiosity Drives Knightstown Resident Katrina Cooper, Who Assists in Rush County Genealogy
    • Park Board Votes to Keep Local Mowing Company
    • Call INDOT to Report Political Signs in State Right-of-Way
    • Voter Registration Deadline April 9
    • ‘Women Worshipping Together’ April 22 in Knightstown
    • Absentee Voting Starts April 10
    • Hy-Flex Corp’s Collaboration with Cornell University Yields High-tech, Robotic Concrete Pumping System; Knightstown Company on Cutting Edge
    • Quick Impact Grants Now Available
    • Arbor Day Foundation Offering New Members 10 Free Shade Trees
    • Citizens State Bank Names Coloring Contest Winner
    • State Investing $161 Million in Rural Towns and Counties
    • Local Students Serve as Pages
    • Scholarship Honors Life of Shenandoah Graduate
    • Explosion that Rocked Richmond in ’68 Killed 41
    • Historic Fire in Shirley Occurred on Same Day as Richmond’s Big Blast
    • Indiana DNR to Hold Four Free Fishing Days
    • Tri Softball Team Ranked First in State Class 1A; Knightstown, Eastern Hancock Softball Teams Also Ranked in Class 2A
    • CAB Approves Coaching Assignments
    • Indiana’s Only Women’s Tackle Football Team to Hold Home Games at KHS Field
    • Year-round Camping Reservations, Discount Available at State Parks
    • Jackson Throws 15 Strikeouts to Lead Titans in Season Opener Win
    • First Year Coach Benefiel to Lead Experienced Titan Team
    • DNR Encourages Hoosier Anglers to Try Muskie Fishing
    • Arlington Plots Under New Eligibility Rules
    • U.S. 40 Yard Sale Celebration Approaching


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