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‘Neighborhood bakery’ opens on Conner Street in Noblesville

A family-owned bakery and café that opened June 1 is quickly becoming popular in the Noblesville community. Debbie’s Daughters, on the ground floor of 12 Stars Media, 1236 Conner St., Noblesville, has sold homemade bakery items since 2020. The bakery recently opened a storefront and is open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.
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City of Westfield takes no action on establishing historic preservation commission

City leaders in Westfield have tabled an ordinance that would establish a historic preservation commission. Westfield City Council members agreed to take no action on the matter during its June 27 meeting. The proposal was brought to the council in March by Indiana Landmarks Association Vice President Mark Dollase, who described it as an avenue to protect historic buildings or districts in the future.

Muncie’s First of Two: Fireworks Show from July 2!

From almost accounts, it was a tremendous display of fun, and patriotism July 2, 2022 at Prairie Creek in the near Muncie area. The 20 minute display and music soundtrack was produced by Pyrotecnico, formerly Melrose Pyrotechnics started at 10 p.m. over the water to the sounds of cheers, applause, and honking horns. The weather held, though dark, overcast skies in the late afternoon had some wondering if the show would go on, or, perhaps if the show might start early – which is never a first-choice, due to late arriving huge crown that needed to safely find their spots. The 22 1/2 minute display is planned for Monday July 4, 2022 – the Official City of Muncie Fireworks display at Muncie Central High School grounds. Wheeling Avenue and High Street Bridge will close at 8:30 p.m. for seating and safety, according to the Muncie Police Department, for that 10 p.m. show as well – with music on 104.1 WLBC, as well as 104.9 WERK-FM. Photos in this story were provided by Facebook User Tee LeeAnn, as well as City of Muncie Page.
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Un5gettable to appear at Feinstein’s

Un5gettable started as five friends from Kokomo having fun performing. “We started 20 years ago in our late teens and early 20s,” Carmel resident Joe Cameron said. “We were friends first. We decided to do a couple performances as a gag. We went our separate ways to live life.”

Kokomo man killed in Tipton County crash

ELWOOD, Ind. (WISH) — One man is dead following a crash on Thursday night. Indiana State Police and the Tipton County Sheriff’s Office responded to the crash just before 10:45 p.m. Investigators said the crash occurred on State Road 28 near North New Harmony Street. The crash involved...

Marion man killed in Wabash County crash on SR 15

LA FONTAINE Ind. (WFFT) -- One man is dead after a crash in Wabash County Thursday evening. Just before 6 p.m., deputies and LaFontaine Police responded to a crash on State Road 15 near County Road 950 South. Authorities pronounced 68-year-old Daniel Kellogg of Marion dead at the scene. Investigators...

Rafters Invade Rabbit Hole in 7-2 Win in Kokomo

KOKOMO, INDIANA – As Dorothy said in The Wizard of OZ, “There is no place like home.” However, after a 4-1 road trip, the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters may be rethinking this light-hearted sentiment. Wisconsin Rapids beat the Kokomo Jackrabbits 4-2 tonight for their 26th win of 2022.

Rafters Lose Fifth Game of 2022 to Jackrabbits

KOKOMO, IN – In what was perhaps one of the more competitive games of the Rafters dominant 2022 season, it was not a favorable outcome. Wisconsin Rapids dropped their fifth game of the season to the Kokomo Jackrabbits, 4-2. Jackrabbits starter, Richard Kiel, began his dominant night in the top of the first retiring the Rafters in order, 1-2-3. Rafters starter, Jake Dahle, threw a scoreless bottom half of the first against the Jackrabbits. Rats were again retired 1-2-3 in the second, but the Jackrabbits were able to strike first in the home half via an RBI groundout making it a 1-0 Kokomo lead. Jake Dahle threw a scoreless third inning to finish his night. He gave up one run on three hits, two walks, and two strikeouts.

Cicero’s Light Over Morse Festival draws crowds days before fireworks

Cicero was a popular destination on Saturday afternoon for a variety of reasons. With a fun house, Ferris wheel, a kid-friendly dragon mini rollercoaster, fair food, and a midway, Cicero’s Light Over Morse Lake Festival has something for everyone. If you haven’t stopped by yet, it continues through Monday.

ISP: Holiday travel off to a deadly start

WABASH/TIPTON COUNTIES, Ind. (WANE) – Two separate vehicle crashes left two people dead Thursday as Hoosiers began travelling for the holiday weekend, according to Indiana State Police. A two-vehicle crash on State Road 15 in Wabash County left a 68-year-old Marion man dead, and another two-vehicle crash on State...

The Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling Athletes of the Year are…

Congratulations to Dawson Scott and Hannah Essert of New Castle High School on winning the Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling Athlete of the Year! Both athletes will be receiving a winners certificate courtesy of Summers Plumbing Heating & Cooling, and will be featured on all participating schools’ athletic websites.

All about Nickel Plate caboose!

A total of 163 people rode the Little Red Caboose on Saturday. On the Fourth of July, 15-minute rides will be departing from Hobbs Station in Noblesville’s Forest Park. Go to to get your seats.