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On Sunday, Indiana chapter of The Rolling Thunder had their inaugural Ride for Freedom in Indiana. They made a stop at Henry County Memorial Park for a presentation and wreath laying at the Big Four Monument.

Linda Lashbrook, Chair of the Park Advisory Committee (PAC) in Knightstown has been working extremely hard to try and get a kids club set up at Sunset Park. She’s brought it to the Knightstown Park Board multiple times.

Due to the Knightstown High School Top 15 Banquet that took place on Tuesday, the Charles A. Beard School Corporation School Board met an hour before their originally scheduled time.

In Spiceland, the Freedom Days Festival is one of their most treasured traditions. Spiceland Freedom Days began in the summer of 1976 by a group of dedicated citizens who wanted to celebrate the bicentennial of our country. Due to its success, the festival then became a yearly event.

The Spiceland Town Council had plenty of items on the agenda for their May meeting Tuesday Night. They had to make a decision on getting their entire water system mapped electronically, so that they can use this to map out waterlines or breaks or whatever it may be.

On Thursday, Henry County officials gathered at the new Henry County Correctional and Rehabilitation Center for an official “Steel Topping Off Ceremony” as Weigand Construction installed the final steel beam on the new building.

Being mayor requires a lot of responsibilities, including conserving the peace of the city, overseeing all city operations, including the street department and water department. The mayor also can propose legislation to the City Council and has to play a big part in coming up with the budget…