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Hamilton County 2016 Primary Election

With results steadily coming in, there are currently 217 of 217 precincts reporting. An asterisk (*) signifies a seat’s incumbent. President of the United States Republican Ted Cruz – 38.77 percent John Kasich –...

Market District’s Jason Riley presented a gift card to St. Simon the Apostle seventh and eighth grade teacher Craig Gibson and brought a pizza party to the class after Gibson was nominated for Teacher of the Month by student Jackie Gantz.

Gibson wins Teacher of the Month

St. Simon the Apostle seventh and eighth grade teacher Craig Gibson was named the Market District Teacher of the Month for April after being nominated by student Jackie Gantz. As a reward, Jackie earned...

The Campus Parkway )Exit 210) interchange with I-69 will feature a double-crossover diamond configuration to help improve traffic flow. (Submitted map)

INDOT shows off Major Moves 2020 features

By Sam Elliott Officials from the Indiana Dept. of Transportation along with project leadership from design and construction firms welcomed members of the public to Hamilton Southeastern High School April 21 for a community...

Plants from the HSEHS greenhouse, including the nasturtiums and broccoli in the foreground, are available for sale beginning April 30.

Plants available from HSEHS greenhouse

By Sam Elliott A Hamilton Southeastern High School tradition returns beginning April 30 as students and Master Gardener volunteers working with Thomas Younts’ agriculture class will be selling the plants they’ve been growing in...

The Mudsock Quilters Guild’s annual tag sale returns to the Fishers United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall May 14.

Quilters preparing for annual tag sale

Members of the Mudsock Quilters Guild have been collecting sewing and craft related items all year in anticipation of their annual tag sale, where items will be sold at extremely low prices. The sale...

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Opinion: Prevarication nation

As the old joke goes – how do you know if a politician is lying? – his lips are moving. With election season in full steam, the good people of Indiana are steeped in...

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Column: Heart attack: The right place

Commentary by Rev. Michael VandenBerg At 10:30 a.m. April 11, I suffered a very severe heart attack. In God’s gracious care, this person who rarely goes to the hospital asked to go get checked...

Holocaust Memorial in Berlin, Germany (Photo by Don Knebel)

Column: Never again: A promise or hope?

A Berlin memorial remembering the Jewish victims of the Holocaust was intended to provide a visual reminder about what can happen when a society gives itself over to hate. Not everyone is getting the...