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Thieneman chooses Purdue, Westfield “sleeper’ safety goes to the Big Ten

The definition of a super sleeper in the world of recruiting, Westfield senior safety Dillon Thieneman committed to Purdue this week. Thieneman (6-0, 190) totaled a whopping 107 tackles last fall on a Westfield squad that finished 12-2 and appeared in the 6A state finals. Thieneman displays ball hawk tendencies every snap and is the quintessential leader of a secondary.
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Woman dies after train hits SUV in Madison County

MADISON COUNTY, Ind. – A Hartford City woman died after a train struck her SUV in Madison County. According to the Madison County Sheriff’s Office, 81-year-old Beverly J. Norwood was driving on County Road 1800 North and initially stopped at the railroad crossing before driving onto the tracks. A train heading southbound then slammed into […]
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Carmel Police Officer Shelby Jellison earns her DRE certification

Last week, Carmel Police Officer Shelby Jellison completed the final portion of Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) training and became the first female DRE in Carmel Police history. Not only did she complete the training, but she graduated at the top of her class. A DRE is an officer who is...
CARMEL, IN
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Volunteers work to improve ‘Hope’ in Cicero

According to Hope Family Care Center Office Manager Barbara Green, employees from Charles Schwab are allowed to do up to eight hours of paid volunteer work, and some of those employees made good on that allowance on June 17 and 24. Seven volunteers gave four hours of their time on each day at Hope to perform maintenance both inside and outside the building. Also according to Green, since the number of volunteer hours from employees exceeded 40, Hope will also get a grant for $1,000 from Charles Schwab. If you would like to donate money, time, office or cleaning supplies, or other resources, call Barbara Green at (317) 984-3444.
CICERO, IN
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Noblesville reader: Bigger not better with Beaver

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Noblesville Lions present three scholarships to area students

On Wednesday evening, the Noblesville Lions presented three scholarships to local students. Those presented awards from Lions Club Secretary Julia Kozicki included: Hamilton Heights graduate Allyson Dinwiddie (left), Noblesville High School graduate Marshall Axson (center), and Noblesville High School graduate Nicolette Watson (right). Dinwiddie received a $500 academic scholarship and...
NOBLESVILLE, IN
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Young artists to bring cabaret-style show to stage Tuesday in Carmel

Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre’s Young Artists Program (YAP) will present REVUE at 6 and 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28 in The Studio Theatre, 4 Carter Green, Carmel. High school students from across central Indiana will present a showcase of scenes, dance, solo, trios, and small group numbers for an evening full of fun cabaret-style entertainment.
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Westfield Lions induct ’22-’23 Club officers

Meet the new Westfield Lions Club officers for 2022-2023. These fine folks were installed at the June 16 meeting by District Governor-elect Eric Schuman. (From left) Director Mike Birk, Secretary Jeff Larrison, Tail Twister Carl Wurtz, Schuman, President Rodney Benson, First Vice President Bill Nesbitt, Second V.P. Jeff Schneider, and Lion Tamer Don Collins. Not pictured: Treasurer Keith Sanborn, Director Brian Abraham, and Director Tom Balchik.
WESTFIELD, IN
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Cicero’s own Sara Colter presented T1L1’s Ida Award

Cicero resident Sara Colter has been presented the Ida Yaney Overholser Award for her contributions to the Teach One to Lead One (T1L1) mentoring program at Hamilton Heights High School and Middle School. Colter has been a part of the mentoring program since it launched in the fall of 2019...
CICERO, IN
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