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Six flavors are available for purchase: Sugar Cream, Pecan, Peanut Butter, German Chocolate, Pumpkin, and Apple.
Six flavors are available for purchase: Sugar Cream, Pecan, Peanut Butter, German Chocolate, Pumpkin, and Apple.
Friday, September 25, 2020 4:00 AM
Did you miss having a piece of pie at the Homemaker’s Kitchen during the Hamilton County 4-H Fair this year? Here is your opportunity to have one, two, or three pies for the holidays and support the scholarship fund at the same time. Six flavors are available for purchase: Sugar Cream, Pecan, Peanut Butter, German Chocolate, Pumpkin, and Apple. 
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.
  • Wick's Pies for a good cause at 4-H fairgrounds
    9/25/2020 Did you miss having a piece of pie at the Homemaker’s Kitchen during the Hamilton County 4-H Fair this year? Here is your opportunity to have one, two, or three pies for the holidays and support the scholarship fund at the same time. Six flavors are available for purchase: Sugar Cream, Pecan, Peanut Butter, German Chocolate, Pumpkin, and Apple. 
  • It’s Millers’ Black and Gold week
    9/24/2020 It’s Noblesville Homecoming Week, but it sure doesn’t feel like it, due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease) pandemic.
    While schools are having spirit dress-up days -- such as Tacky Tourist Day on Tuesday at Noblesville High School -- there is no class float building this week, no early release on Friday and no Homecoming Parade. 
  • Week in Review
    9/23/2020 We’re getting towards the end of September, but the news sure isn’t slowing down. It was another busy week in Hamilton County.
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    NOBLESVILLE SCHOOLS broke ground on a new community stadium that will host Noblesville High School (NHS) football, band, track and other activities. The facility, located off of Field Drive behind NHS, will provide 50% more seating than the current stadium and is expected to open for track in the spring of 2021, and for football and band in the fall of 2022. 
  • 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.
  • Virginia "Ginny" Burt
    9/25/2020 Virginia "Ginny" Burt, 86, of Westfield, passed away on Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020 at Copper Trace in Westfield. 
    She was born on July 18, 1934 to Edward and Louise (Lindsay) Howard in Lexington, Illinois.
  • William Parker
    9/23/2020 William Parker, 85, Noblesville passed away on Sunday, Sept. 20, 2020, at Riverview Health in Noblesville.
    He was born Feb .6, 1935, to Frank and Theda (Hill) Parker in Ludlow, Mass. was raised in Indianapolis, and spent his adult life in Noblesville.
  • Wayne L. Phifer
    9/23/2020 Wayne Lee Phifer, 80, of Arcadia, went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Friday, Sept. 18, 2020. He was surrounded by his family as he left his earthly body.  
    He was born in Tipton on Feb. 19, 1940 to his parents Paul & Violet (Plake) Phifer. 
  • 9/3/2020 Dear Editor,
    Voting by mail should replace voting at the polls in its entirety. The two institutions that can definitely be trusted is the County Board of Elections and the United States Postal Service.
  • 8/25/2020 Dear Editor,
    A global pandemic requires a global response.
    The U.S. must support lower-income countries to deal with the immediate crisis and to strengthen healthcare systems in the long run. In dozens of countries, the pandemic is not only impacting people directly, it is undermining years of progress in fighting other diseases.
  • 8/25/2020 Dear Editor,
    Millions of low-income renters are under threat of eviction and homelessness. COVID-19 has cost millions of Americans their jobs. When people cannot work, they cannot pay the rent.
  • 40 fun things to do locally
    9/25/2020 Fall is here, and it’s the final weekend in September. So let’s make the most of the beautiful, warm days.
    Today is the final Food Truck Friday and Saturday is the final night for the Saturday night free rock concert at Federal Hill Commons in Noblesville.
    These are among 40 things to do this weekend and beyond.
    Here’s my list:
  • Running commentary and a running joke
    9/25/2020 I run five miles a day, but those who have observed me in action question the use of the word “run” and even the word “action.” The baby steps I take—as opposed to a long athletic stride—have resulted in some significant mocking. I now wonder whether my plan to win the Mini Marathon should be removed from my bucket list. 
  • 70s include handful of all-time great Boilermakers
    9/25/2020 This week’s countdown of the best Purdue football players to wear Nos. 71-80 features a handful of all-time great Boilermakers.
    Of the 10 players ranked, seven were All-Americans, plus a pair of Super Bowl champion offensive linemen.
    No. 71
    The pick: Alex Magee
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