• Dec. 10, 2014 issueDec. 10, 2014 Banner

    December 10, 2014 headlines

        • Holiday Concert - Bethel Presbyterian Pipe Organ Concert
        • Nearly $50k in Bonuses Await CAB Teachers
        • Fletcher UMC Event Saturday, Dec. 13
        • St. Rose Presenting 14th Live Nativity
        • Shirley Fire Fighters Collecting Toys
        • Banner Taking Christmas Week Off
        • St. Rose Catholic Church Hosting 14th Installment of Live Nativity Scene
        • Obituaries: James “Herb” Tompkins, Ronald Lee Anderson, Dee Ann Peredo
        • Yet Another Vacancy on Carthage Town Council
        • Dickensian Christmas Awaits
        • Black Friday Deals Pervade Congress
        • DNR Seeking Input
        • Local Leader and Volunteer Bill Windsor Retiring After Years of Community Service
        • Knightstown BPW’s Jackie Woolard Lauded for Reality Store Work
        • County Library Christmas Open House Features Model Trains and Book Bingo
        • Psi Iota Xi’s Local Gamma Eta Chapter Hosts PIX-a-Purse Event in Knightstown
        • Knightstown BPW Members Attend Regular Meeting
        • Banner Correction Noted
        • Gift of Energy Program Underway
        • Baker Seizes Town’s Assault Weapons, Pistols
        • Rushville a Semi-finalist in Major ‘Hometown’ Initiative
        • KES Holiday Workshop Lets Kids Make Inexpensive Gifts for Parents
        • Banner Review Finds Fundamental Info Missing from Outgoing Police Chief’s File
        • Damon Bailey Among Those Named to B-ball Hall of Fame
        • County Committee Seeking Citizen Members for Service
        • Riley Hospital for Children Offers Four New Christmas Ornaments
        • O’Neals of Shirley Celebrating 55-year Marriage at Open House
        • PathStone Home Buyer Meetings Slated
        • Student Financial Aid Offered
        • Bucket ChalleNGe - Kentucky Bluegrass Challenge Academy, Hoosier Youth Challenge Academy Intramural Basketball Teams for Bragging Rights at Hoosier Gym
        • KHS Wrestlers Pounce Golden Eagles 66-18
        • Panther Ballers Lose Home Opener in Overtime; Union Co. Enjoys 20-8 Run
        • Lady Panthers Beat Edinburgh
        • Cheer Guild Gets Grant
        • DNR Gift Cards Good for Camping Adventures

  • Dec. 3, 2014 issueDec. 3, 2014 Banner

    December 3, 2014 headlines

        • Melted Heart
        • Infrastructure Improvements May Cost Less Than Expected
        • Knightstown Park Board Approves Dates, Times for 2015 Splash Pad Operation
        • Fletcher UMC Event Saturday, Dec. 13
        • Legion Auxiliary Cookie Walk Dec. 6
        • Bethel Organ Show Sunday, Dec. 7
        • Holiday Workshop Saturday at KES
        • Area Authors Signing Books Sunday
        • Town Keeping KPD Weapons Inventory Secret
        • ‘Go Granny, Go Granny, Go!’
        • Winter Off to Decent Start … So Far
        • KHS Grad Mike Brenan Honored as South Carolina’s 2014 Business Leader of the Year
        • Citizens Sought for Appointments
        • Local Sorority Preparing Pix a Purse Fundraiser
        • Brittany Driesbach, Neal Molzon Engaged; Planning May Wedding
        • Tri Kappa Sorority Sells Nearly 2,000 Cheeseballs
        • State Tourism Developers Seeking Nominations for Best Christmas Tree Farm and Toy/Hobby Store
        • George and Judi Atkins Celebrate Anniversary
        • Mounds State Park Tree Trimmin Dec. 13
        • Tech Savvy Veteran Racer Eddie Chew Helps CRA Stay Legit with Technical Inspections
        • CRA SpeedFest Entry Forms Now Available for Jan. 24-25 Event
        • Hometown Christmas Highlights
        • South Henry Board Meeting
        • Newkirks Celebrating Golden Anniversary
        • KHS Boys Basketball Season Starts with Win Over Tri
        • Lady Panthers Bounce Back
        • KHS Girls 4-3 After 3 Weeks of Action
        • KHS Wrestlers 1-5 at Union Co. Invite

  • Nov. 26, 2014 issueNov. 26, 2014 Banner

    November 26, 2014 headlines

        • KPD Chief Resigns Ahead of Termination Hearing; Will Remain on Paid Leave
        • KPD Chief Baker Got Three Weeks to Consider Deal; Council Got 30 Minutes; Clyde South Says Others ‘May Be Lying’
        • Letter Reveals Official Reasons for Baker’s Demise
        • Fletcher UMC Event Saturday, Dec. 13
        • Shirley Christmas Walk This Saturday
        • Bethel Organ Show Sunday, Dec. 7
        • Shopping Locally Saturday in K-town
        • Obituaries: JW Massengale, Carolyn K. Gorman “Dennis”
        • Mounds State Park Holiday Card Event Dec. 6
        • CAB School Board Votes to Change Nine Policies
        • Sticking with America for Good
        • Fresh Water a Local and Global Issue
        • Erin Winters Celebrating 10-year Milestone at Home Helpers on Main Street in K-town
        • Letters to Santa Could Result in Local Grants
        • Hancock Historical Society Offering Free Concert
        • Trails Board Members Sought
        • CAB Board Approves Coaches
        • KHS Wrestlers Win Invitational
        • EH Club Volleyball Tryouts Dec. 7, 14
        • DNR Offers Camping Gift Cards, Other Christmas Ideas

  • Nov. 19, 2014 issueNov. 19, 2014 Banner

    November 19, 2014 headlines

        • Young Readers - KES Has Busy Young Readers Week
        • CAB May Transfer $50,000
        • KPD Chief Danny Baker’s Closed-door Hearing Saturday
        • Legion Post Slates Cornhole Tourney
        • KHS Designer Bag Bingo Tonight
        • Friends’ Community Service Nov. 23
        • Shopping Locally Focus of Event
        • Obituaries: Rev. Russell L. Roberts, John H. Rawlins
        • Local Park Board Twp. Fire Board Meetings Tonight
        • State Gives CAB ‘Satisfactory’ Grade, In Spite of Bright Spots
        • Threshing Day United Neighbors
        • KES Kids Get Excited About Reading
        • 1983 KHS Graduate Dan Helms Credits Teachers With Inspiration for Future Career
        • Local Bank Joins Cancer Fight
        • Clever Clovers 4-H Club Meets
        • Homemakers Meet at Indiana Winecraft
        • Crib Crowd: Isiah Andrew Whitfield, Logan Ray Smith, Aniyah Gail Stapleton
        • Sheriff Butch Baker Announces Departmental Promotions
        • Lady Panthers Drop Season Opener 40-25
        • Kori Biehl Makes All-State Volleyball Team


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