January 28, 2015 Headlines

    • KHS Football Players Earn Academic All-State Honors
    • Coach Credits Kids with Helping Shape Football Program
    • Town Council Favors Full-time Police Chief; Search to Begin
    • Grants Workshop Wednesday, Feb. 4
    • Girl Scouts Selling Cookies Right Now
    • KUMC Women to Host Annual Dinner
    • HKI Museum Open Fridays, Saturdays
    • Obituaries: Evelyn E. Gabbard, Lemuel “Lem” V. Stinson, Jr., John L. Anderson
    • CAB Elementary School Social Worker Resigns; No Plans to Refill Position
    • At Banner’s Request, CAB Begins Offering Legal Updates Superintendent Says Insurer is ‘Very Diligent’ with New Info
    • It’s That Time of Year Again! Girl Scouts Selling Cookies
    • Life in the Trenches: Home, Sweet Home
    • This Just In: Pence Growing Government
    • CAB Finance Board Meets
    • Formerly RJ’s, The Highway Bar & Grill Enjoys Clientele from Surrounding Towns
    • Knights town Plan Commission to Meet; Comprehensive Plan May Be Discussed
    • BPW Meeting Features Bridalwear Presentation
    • Local Students on BSU Dean’s List
    • A Look Back - 1956 Girls Scouts, future KHS Class of 1964
    • KHS Alumni Association Posts Scholarship Deadline
    • KPC Gets New Officers
    • KIS Boys Teams Busy Last Week with 6 Games
    • KHS Wrestlers Win at Batesville
    • KHS Falls to Edinburgh
    • KHS Girls Win Big Over Lincoln
    • 8th Grade Girls Win Panther Invite
    • KHS Basketball Team Beats Shenandoah 45-37
    • Youth Ball Registration Opening
    • Davis, Brown Will Continue Leading Carthage Council’

  • Jan. 21, 2014 issueJan. 21, 2015 Banner


    January 21, 2015 headlines

        • Ridge Runners
        • CAB Board Leadership Unchanged
        • Third Time’s a Charm for Attorney as K-town Council Renews Contract
        • Grants Workshop Wednesday, Feb. 4
        • First Baptist Church Hosting Breakfast
        • Carthage Council Meeting Thursday
        • HKI Museum Open Fridays, Saturdays
        • Small Business Owners Invited to Social Networking Workshop
        • Obituaries: Betty O. Melton, Alfred D. “Mick” Richey
        • KHS Hosting Financial Aid Workshop on Feb. 24
        • K-town Council Rescinds New Salary Ordinance
        • Aging Not Cause for Melancholy
        • Judge S. Hugh Dillon Changed My Life
        • Local Appointments Made
        • Former Knightstown Resident Six-Year Effort Results in Stunning Tribute to Vets
        • Victory Lane Camp Offering Free Information Seminar
        • Homemakers Enjoy Christmas Party
        • Wayne Twp. Board Meets Jan. 27
        • Titus Earns Spot on Vincennes University Dean’s List
        • A Look Back (historical photo)
        • Local Fire Board’s First 2015 Meeting
        • Knightstown Park Board Meeting Tonight; Officers Election Expected
        • Longtime CAB Teacher Mark Rozzell Retiring
        • Panthers Win Henry County Title
        • Royals Edge Out Panther Wrestlers 39-32
        • Lady Panthers Fall to #7 Lapel
        • KIS Teams Compete
        • KHS Girls Improve to 10-6
        • Rush County Community Foundation Sets Deadlines for Various Grants
        • KHS Beats Centerville By 33
        • Rushville, Rush Co. Finalists in Hometown Collaboration Initiative
        • #2 Northeastern Defeats Panthers
        • Senator Pursuing ‘Hoosier Promise’

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  • Jan. 14, 2014 issueJan. 14, 2015 Banner


    January 14, 2015 headlines

        • Town Council Gets New Leadership
        • Henry Co. Sheriff’s Dept. Now Possesses Knightstown Guns
        • Rush County GOP Unable to Fill Carthage Town Council Vacancy
        • Grants Workshop Wednesday, Feb. 4
        • ‘Clothes Closet’ Open Thursdays
        • May Art Exhibition Set in New Castle
        • HKI Museum Open Fridays, Saturdays
        • USMA Seeking Leaders
        • Obituaries: Lillian Ione Glascock, Peggy M. Haznedl, Grace Helen Young, John L. Anderson
        • Obituaries: Lorean Porter, Gladys Craft
        • Obituaries: Lora Ileta McDonald
        • Youth Grants Committee Announces Spring Cycle
        • Carthage Postpones Meeting
        • Deftly Dealing with the Doldrums
        • Swimming Pool Was Beloved Asset
        • Safety Tips Shared
        • Gary and Terri Driesbach Committed to Helping High School Robotics Program
        • Common Threads Quilt Guild Meeting Jan. 21 in Mt. Comfort
        • Ciara Dellinger Makes IU-Kokomo Dean’s List
        • Mounds S.P. Offering Toy-making Workshop
        • Ellspermann Announces Women Artists Contest
        • A Look Back
        • Knightstown Attorney’s Contract Still Approved by Council
        • Fifth Ranked Shenandoah Drops Lady Panthers 66-44
        • Council Ponders KPD Chief Post
        • Freshman Team Beats Blue River
        • Vectored Offers Rebate Program
        • State Police Hiring Two Regional Dispatchers
        • KHS Wrestlers Win County Title
        • Panthers Beat Tri 87-49 in First Round of County Tourney
        • Knightstown Library Employees Receive Raises

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  • Jan. 7, 2014 issueJan. 7, 2015 Banner


    January 7, 2015 headlines

        • Town Council Members Reward Themselves with Largest Pay Increase in Salary Ordinance
        • Rush GOP Still Looking for Candidates
        • Eastern Hancock School Board Will Hold Organizational Meeting Thursday Evening
        • Banner Issues Date Correction
        • Greensboro Blood Drive Jan. 10
        • South Henry Board Meeting Tuesday
        • Rush Commissioners Consider Zoning
        • Obituaries: Kathy Wittkamper
        • Town Council OK’s Fuel Contract
        • Knights town Council May Seek New Attorney
        • Toll House Legacy Tasty and Sweet
        • Slow Down; See What’s All Around You
        • New Trooper Assigned
        • Banner Reporter Shares His Favorite MidCountry Media Profile Stories of 2014
        • Jan McGuire Hosts BPW Meeting
        • Mounds State Park Offering Homeschool, Pre-k Programs
        • Attorney General Warns of Scam
        • Scholarship Opportunities Detailed
        • Duke Agrees to Buy Solar Power from Developers
        • 4-H Enrollment Deadline Near
        • Panthers Finish 3rd in South Ripley Tourney
        • Lady Panthers Now 9-4 After Tourney

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  • Dec. 31, 2014 issueDec. 31, 2014 Banner


    December 31, 2014 headlines

        • CAB Discusses Litigation Privately
        • Carthage Marshall Wants Pay Decreased
        • CAB Renews Insurance with Liberty Mutual, Leakey
        • Greensboro Blood Drive Jan. 10
        • Kennard Changes First Meeting Date
        • South Henry School Board to Meet Jan. 5
        • Loads of Activities Surround National School Choice Week
        • Obituaries: Kirk W. McCord, Monica J. Cloud
        • The Biggest Banner Stories of 2014
        • Christmas Can Be Sweet and Sad
        • County Council Appoints Citizens
        • Retroactive Resolutions Work Well
        • DNR Urges Responsible Christmas Tree Disposal
        • 2011 KHS Grad Taran Simpson Pursues Metallurgical Passions in New Venture
        • Intermediate School Gets Grant
        • MainSource Bank’s Colleen Jarvis Named BPW Woman of the Year
        • Alpha Zetas Chart Successful Projects
        • Mounds S.P. Painting Class Jan. 10
        • County Responds to Former Inmate’s Lawsuit
        • Panther Grapplers Win Third Invitational
        • Lady Panthers Hold Off Lady Royals
        • Panthers Top Royals 60-53
        • Guild Givers
        • USDA Offering Resources for Rural Police Departments

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