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Tuesday, April 20, 2021 4:00 AM
On Saturday, April 17th, Lion members picked up trash along assigned city streets. They covered Field Drive from 16th to Cumberland, and Cumberland from Monument to Conner. (First photo) Lions trash pickup crew. (Second photo) Lions signed up area.
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  • Lions gives back by picking up trash
    4/20/2021 On Saturday, April 17th, Lion members picked up trash along assigned city streets. They covered Field Drive from 16th to Cumberland, and Cumberland from Monument to Conner. (First photo) Lions trash pickup crew. (Second photo) Lions signed up area.
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  • Dancers feel like movie stars at ballet school’s movie ‘Premiere’
    4/17/2021 It was like a magical night in Hollywood.
    Dancers and directors arrived, dressed to the nines, in ball gowns and tuxedos.
    Feeling like movie stars, the young dancers lined up for introductions, smiled for photos and walked the red carpet.
    All of the hoopla was for Tuesday’s premiere of “Curiosity the Movie,” which lit up the marquee at Tipton’s historic Diana Theatre.
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  • By The Numbers
    4/16/2021 BTN
    By The Numbers, a look at what’s in the news . . . by the numbers. These are just numbers, not suggestions that they mean more or less than what they are. We do not suggest that one number is connected to another. These are simply facts with no extraneous details, bias or slanted reporting. To borrow (and perhaps mangle a bit) a quote from legendary fictional detective Joe Friday, it’s just the numbers, ma’am!
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  • Center Grove too much; but Westfield stands tall
    Riding a 12-game winning streak entering the Class 6A Indiana high school state football championship game, No. 2 Westfield seemed as poised as any team to give top-ranked Center Grove its toughest challenge.
    Despite a heroic effort from injured running back Micah Hauser, the Shamrocks could not keep up with a prolific Trojans offense that averaged 42 points a game this season.
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  • Second-ranked Westfield will get a chance to slay Class 6A high school football’s giant Friday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
    The Shamrocks’ 12th consecutive victory since a season-opening loss to Cathedral was typical Westfield football. Mix an effective passing game with the elusiveness of quarterback Maximus Webster and the result was a 41-23 victory Friday night at Merrillville that earned the Shamrocks the north semistate championship.
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  • Westfield moved one step closer to a shot at the Class 6A state football championship, while Carmel’s reign ended Friday night.
    The Shamrocks claimed their first 6A regional title and fifth overall by dominating Homestead 42-9. Ben Davis withstood a second-half charge from the Greyhounds to prevail 27-21.
    Westfield’s Carson Voorhis stepped in for the injured Micah Hauser and his rushes helped set up Maximus Webster’s 1-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. Sean Sullivan’s kick made it 7-0.
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  • Lyda Christine Johnson
    4/20/2021 Lyda Christine Johnson, 89, of Noblesville, passed away on Saturday, April 17, 2021 at her home. 
    She was born on Sept. 24, 1931 to Rudy and Lyda (Awtry) Muth in Louisville, Ky.
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  • Brandon Lee Perry
    4/20/2021 Brandon Lee Perry, 34, of Arcadia, passed away April 13, 2021 at his home.
    He was born at Indianapolis, on June 4, 1986 to Bryant Fawcette and Kathy Anne (Thomas) Perry.
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  • Patricia Ann Wright
    4/17/2021 Patricia Ann Wright, 81, of Noblesville, passed away on Thursday, April 15, 2021 at Harbour Manor Care Center in Noblesville. 
    She was born on Sept. 19, 1939 to Francis and Helen (Bane) Collings in Austin, Ind.
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  • 4/17/2021 More students are interning than ever before, and more employers are recognizing that internships help develop their talent pipelines. Logically, if employers want to hire and students want to be hired, then aren’t students who complete internships more likely to land a job than those who don’t?
    It’s actually quite complicated – with devastating results for some.
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  • 4/6/2021 Dear Editor,
    The League of Women Voters of Hamilton County would like to alert residents to a bill in the General Assembly that would limit the voting process. 
    Specifically, this bill, SB 353:
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  • 4/1/2021 Dear Editor,
    When did Commissioner Altman start running the county and suggested perpetual control of the population without support of any valid and proven science especially for those of us vaccinated? Ridiculous! Come on!
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  • What’s a thyroid and what does it do?
    4/20/2021 Jill wants to know, “what’s a thyroid and what does it do?” Thyroid problems are common in a family medicine setting. For those like Jill who don’t know what the thyroid gland is or does, keep reading.
    The thyroid is an endocrine gland found in the front part of the neck below and to the sides of the larynx or Adam’s apple. Endocrine glands make hormones that are secreted into the bloodstream and travel around the body where they interact with cells in different tissues signaling them to perform particular functions.
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  • Dealing with nocturnal negotiations every night
    4/20/2021 It’s amazing that anyone shares a bed. 
    I know there are plenty of married and cohabiting couples who have separate beds, or even separate bedrooms, and I can see the logic in avoiding the snoring, the thrashing, the different sleep schedules and the need to negotiate the complicated issue of bedding. 
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  • 2021 Dodge Durango 392 is a more civil kitty
    4/20/2021 Dodge has been at it again, this time installing the 710 horsepower Hellcat engine in the Durango. It will send the three-row crossover scurrying from 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds. Quick, for sure, but Dodge offers a more civil kitty that still packs plenty of scat for significantly less cash. It’s the 2021 Durango SRT 392.
    Unless you spend your weekends throwing family wagons around road tracks, you’ll never miss the Hellcat’s supercharged V8.
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Hamilton County Master Gardeners Association 21st annual plant sale! Thousands of plants, sorted by sun-loving, part-sun, and shade … perennials, herbs, vegetables … shrubs, trees, specialty tables with tough plants, water plants, succulents, Indiana native plants and pollinator-friendly plants … Garden Store items and lots of free gardening advice … and visit our daylily/iris bed where our iris will be in full bloom, you can pick your color and we will dig it for you! Our Plant Sale funds several scholarships and other small local grants every year. Held on the third Saturday of every May, this year’s plant sale will be from 8 am to 3 pm on Saturday, May 18th at the 4H Fairgrounds in Noblesville. Bring your wagons, and we do accept credit cards! Contact Amanda Baird at 317-776-0854 or email at www.hcmga.org

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