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In Cicero, the annual Lights over Morse Lake Festival is ready to kick off tomorrow and will be celebrated through Sunday.?On Friday, Dan’s Fish Fry, handled by Cicero United Methodist Church, will be from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Red Bridge Park (curbside drive-through only).?On Saturday, a Decorate Your Golf Cart Contest in a “Patriotic” theme is at 10 a.m., with registration at 9:30 a.m., at Hamilton North Public Library Cicero Pavilion.
Gov. Holcomb March 23, 2020 Update
Gov. Holcomb Addresses the State Regarding COVID-19
INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb will address the state on the latest developments in slowing the spread of COVID-19 on Monday, March 23. The live address will begin at noon ET.
  • Lights Over Morse offers 3 days of celebration
    7/2/2020 In Cicero, the annual Lights over Morse Lake Festival is ready to kick off tomorrow and will be celebrated through Sunday.?On Friday, Dan’s Fish Fry, handled by Cicero United Methodist Church, will be from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Red Bridge Park (curbside drive-through only).?On Saturday, a Decorate Your Golf Cart Contest in a “Patriotic” theme is at 10 a.m., with registration at 9:30 a.m., at Hamilton North Public Library Cicero Pavilion.
  • Week in Review
    7/1/2020 As the summer heats up, so do the news events in and around Noblesville and Hamilton County. Here’s a quick glance at some of the people and events that made up the news in our little corner of the world for the last week.
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    HAMILTON COUNTY schools announced their plans for re-opening this fall and told parents and students they would be following the original calendars. In addition, they will:
  • Ruoff turns page to yesteryear and brings back drive in
    6/30/2020 Soon, young people will get to experience something their parents or grandparents grew up with – the drive-in.
    Instead of movies, Live Nation and Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville are teaming up with venues in St. Louis and Nashville to present the first-ever U.S. drive-in concert series – Live From The Drive-In. Here in Noblesville, the drive-in kicks off on July 10 with Yacht Rock Review. That’s followed the next night with Jon Pardi and country and western superstar Brad Paisley wraps up the series on July 12.
  • 5/7/2020 OK, some positive news.
    And this should put a little extra spring in the steps of Indiana high school athletes this summer.
    The IHSAA issued a statement this week that it plans to waive the rule for the annual moratorium week.
    It was scheduled for June 29-July 5, 2020.
    But, at this point, all high school-sponsored activities can now resume on July 1.
  • Could Cool Hand Luke be Indiana’s best shooter ever?
    5/6/2020 I’ve yet to have an opportunity to see Blackford High School junior Luke Brown do what he does best on a basketball court.
    I’ve heard many good things about him. Basically he’s a human scoring machine.
    Hopefully I can work in a trip to see him play in 2020, probably at The Indiana Basketball Hall of Classic at the New Castle Fieldhouse.
    I remember when someone on social media said that Lapel’s Mark Barnhizer was the best shooter not named (Rick) Mount.
    I recently saw a quote on social media when someone said that Luke Brown might be the best shooter ever.
    Wow . . . ! But you know, could it be that he might be?
    He’s what you call a gunslinger, quick draw, and obviously quite a deadly shooter from what I hear. I’ve seen a few players who’ve fit that image down through the years.
  • Adult baseball and getting back to our old Sagamore Conference roots
    5/6/2020 The Sagamore Athletic Conference is one of Indiana’s oldest and proudest conferences. OK, maybe it hasn’t been around as long as the venerable North Central Conference, which used to be as powerful as the Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference is today. But it has a proud past.
    The original members – Noblesville, Carmel, Brownsburg, Crawfordsville, Frankfort and Lebanon – formed the SAC in December of 1966. (By the way, for those curious the name came from the Abnaki Indian word for the chief or ruler who exemplified leadership and dignity.)
    OK, back to our regularly scheduled content.
  • Robert W. “Bob” McMath
    7/2/2020 Robert W. “Bob” McMath, 82, of Tipton passed away at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 30, 2020 at his residence.
    He was born on March 12, 1938 in Frankfort, Indiana to John and Mary Alice (Hoffman) McMath.
  • Jacob David Harris
    7/2/2020 Jacob David Harris, 18, of Westfield, passed away on Sunday, June 28, 2020 at his home.
    He was born on April 17, 2002 to David and Paula (Eby) Harris in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
  • Daniel Edgar Quinn
    7/2/2020 Daniel Edgar Quinn, of Fishers, Indiana, passed away peacefully on the morning of June 30, 2020, with his wife, Carolyn, by his side.
    He was born to Genevieve (Schmutte) and John Quinn on June 13, 1928, and was orphaned by age twelve. Despite this, however, he was a devoted family man and loved nothing more than gathering together his family and friends, especially to celebrate Thanksgiving and St. Patrick’s Day.
  • 7/1/2020 Dear Editor:
    Indianapolis Monthly magazine recently published an article on the Ku Klux Klan in Hamilton County. The article, by Casey Kenley, is well written, but unfortunately tells only part of the story.
    While much of the information presented is essentially correct, Ms. Kenley omits any relevant points that don’t fall in line with the picture she attempts to paint of a county writhing in shame over a heinous past.
  • 6/18/2020 Dear Editor,
    I appreciated the article (It’s Time To Look At It Differently, June 3, Tim Timmons) in which you described watching a good friend endure being subject to the abuse of a racist policeman. Then, in your June 10th article (Continuing the conversation . . .) I agreed with some of what you said but felt you were intentionally misleading in spots.
  • 5/27/2020 Dear Editor,
    We strongly support Charlie McMillan for Hamilton County Commissioner District 2.
    Charlie is a man of many accomplishments. He has tirelessly served the people of Hamilton County. Not only is he known as a master automotive technician; Charlie has served many community and non-profit organizations among them as
    a member is of the Indiana State Police Energy Response Team
  • Feeding Families opens 2 more new food pantries
    7/2/2020 The other day when I drove past the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds in Noblesville, I noticed that the bright yellow door on the Feeding Families Hamilton County pantry was wide open and no one was nearby.
    Being that I was traveling west on Pleasant Street, I motored around the roundabout and back to the main Fairgrounds parking lot, and I got out of the vehicle and closed the pantry door.
  • Lights Over Morse offers 3 days of celebration
    7/2/2020 In Cicero, the annual Lights over Morse Lake Festival is ready to kick off tomorrow and will be celebrated through Sunday.?On Friday, Dan’s Fish Fry, handled by Cicero United Methodist Church, will be from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Red Bridge Park (curbside drive-through only).?On Saturday, a Decorate Your Golf Cart Contest in a “Patriotic” theme is at 10 a.m., with registration at 9:30 a.m., at Hamilton North Public Library Cicero Pavilion.
  • Sheridan, celebrated 100th 60 years ago?
    7/1/2020 Sixty years ago today I was on pins and needles because I was about to spend a week with my Sheridan relatives while the town celebrated its centennial.
    I wasn’t five years old yet and don’t recall everything about that visit, but I do remember the 1860s dress — complete with pantaloons — my mother made for me. You had to be properly attired if you wanted to be an official “Centennial Belle.” (I still have my certificate and Centennial Belle pin!)
    Sheridan celebrated its 100th birthday with an eight-day extravaganza, each day of which had a different theme.
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