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People sign in for the jury panel and they watch the orientation video. There were 20 people in the jury panel.
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Thursday, August 13, 2020 4:00 AM
New safety measures were put in place to prevent COVID-19 exposure.
Jury trials have resumed in Hamilton County with a host of new safety measures to ensure the safety of the judges, jurors, attorneys, parties, and witnesses. Jury trials were suspended March 18th in the State of Indiana pursuant to the Order of the Indiana Supreme Court.
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.
  • County resumes jury trials with precautions
    8/13/2020 New safety measures were put in place to prevent COVID-19 exposure.
    Jury trials have resumed in Hamilton County with a host of new safety measures to ensure the safety of the judges, jurors, attorneys, parties, and witnesses. Jury trials were suspended March 18th in the State of Indiana pursuant to the Order of the Indiana Supreme Court.
  • Week in Review
    8/12/2020 We’re getting towards the middle of August, and this month sure is getting eventful. It was another busy week in Hamilton County.
    * * *
    THE WEATHER HELD out for Hamilton Heights High School’s 55th graduation ceremony on Saturday, Aug. 1, 2020. Graduating members of the Class of 2020 enjoyed their long-awaited in-person commencement ceremony. While nobody expected the last day of high school to be an inconsequential day in the middle of March, these students rose to challenge to achieve the requirements necessary to finish their four-year high school career.
  • Beautiful weekend for lots of free activities
    8/11/2020 What a gorgeous weekend it was for outdoor activities in Noblesville.
    Saturday morning, more than the usual number of canines and their owners descended upon Federal Hill Commons for the weekly Noblesville Farmers Market in celebration of Dog Day at the Market.
  • 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.
  • Thomas Richard Nunamaker
    8/13/2020 Thomas Richard Nunamaker, 90, passed away peacefully on Aug. 12, 2020.
    He was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on July 15, 1930 to John Curran and Laverne Sweet Nunamaker.
  • 8/13/2020 Candace M. Cline, 53, of Indianapolis, passed away on Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020 at Community Hospital North in Indianapolis.
    She was born on Dec. 15, 1966 in Noblesville, Indiana.
  • Phillip Leon Hendricks
    8/12/2020 Phillip Leon Hendricks, 70, of Cicero, IN passed away Aug. 5, 2020 at Riverview Health at Noblesville.
    He was born Sept. 16, 1949 at Elwood, IN to Leon Lavonne and Althea Judah (Newton) Hendricks.
  • 8/11/2020 Dear Editor,
    We Americans have experienced a new wave of lifestyle after the visit of China’s Wuhan flu. We witnessed many good deeds towards others of all ages and I was impressed with the ingenuity of kindness and thoughtfulness from our younger generation in helping senior citizens. Teachers drove by their students’ homes and students visited their teachers’ homes. Seamstresses whipped up masks to help when masks could not be found.
  • 8/11/2020 Dear Editor,
    Millions of low-income renters are under threat of eviction and homelessness. COVID-19 has cost more 40 million Americans their jobs. When people cannot work, they cannot pay the rent. Local and national eviction bans are expiring, putting over 20 million low-income renters at risk of losing their homes in the middle of pandemic.
  • 8/11/2020 To the editor,
    The Green New Deal, climate and economic justice legislation popularized by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, should include funding for cultured-meat research. This new form of protein is grown from cells, without slaughtering animals.
  • 2020 Fiat 500X Sport is the affordable exotic crossover
    8/13/2020 By Casey Williams
    So I’m driving along, thinking about life, and contemplating all of the affordable Italian crossovers I’d love to own. I mean, there’s the Lamborghini Urus. Yeah, right, it starts over $200,000. Then, there’s the Maserati Levante and its Ferrari V8. The last one I drove cost $170,380. So, maybe the Alfa Romeo Stelvio? It costs less than a house at $41k, so that’s better. But, the one that most people can actually afford is the vehicle I’m driving: The 2020 Fiat 500X.
  • How can our library better serve the community?
    8/13/2020 What roles does our library play in this rapidly changing world?
    Hamilton East Public Library, with locations in Noblesville and Fishers, is seeking public input before devising a three- to five-year plan that would allow the staff to focus on specific community needs identified.
  • Dog stories and treats, wasn’t that the best idea ever?
    8/12/2020 My husband, Peter, and I miss having a dog. I see a lot of dogs on the trail during my daily hike, and so Peter (who is always full of good ideas—usually about things I should do) suggested I carry dog treats.
    Dog treats have changed my life.
    When I see a dog approaching me on the trail, I say, “Can I give your dog a treat?” Now and then someone will say, “No, she doesn’t need one.” These dogs look to me like they might have a different opinion.
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8/9/2020
DMACC’S SPRING SEMESTER DEAN’S LIST Des Moines Area Community College President Rob Denson recently released the names of students eligible for the Spring Semester Dean’s List. To be eligible, a student must have completed a minimum of six credits and earned a 3.5 to 3.99 grade point average for that semester Those recognized from your area include: --Rachel Doerner, Liberal Arts, Noblesville -###-
8/10/2020
DMACC’S SPRING SEMESTER DEAN’S LIST Des Moines Area Community College President Rob Denson recently released the names of students eligible for the Spring Semester Dean’s List. To be eligible, a student must have completed a minimum of six credits and earned a 3.5 to 3.99 grade point average for that semester Those recognized from your area include: --Rachel Doerner, Liberal Arts, Noblesville -###-
8/11/2020
DMACC’S SPRING SEMESTER DEAN’S LIST Des Moines Area Community College President Rob Denson recently released the names of students eligible for the Spring Semester Dean’s List. To be eligible, a student must have completed a minimum of six credits and earned a 3.5 to 3.99 grade point average for that semester Those recognized from your area include: --Rachel Doerner, Liberal Arts, Noblesville -###-
8/12/2020
DMACC’S SPRING SEMESTER DEAN’S LIST Des Moines Area Community College President Rob Denson recently released the names of students eligible for the Spring Semester Dean’s List. To be eligible, a student must have completed a minimum of six credits and earned a 3.5 to 3.99 grade point average for that semester Those recognized from your area include: --Rachel Doerner, Liberal Arts, Noblesville -###-
8/13/2020
DMACC’S SPRING SEMESTER DEAN’S LIST Des Moines Area Community College President Rob Denson recently released the names of students eligible for the Spring Semester Dean’s List. To be eligible, a student must have completed a minimum of six credits and earned a 3.5 to 3.99 grade point average for that semester Those recognized from your area include: --Rachel Doerner, Liberal Arts, Noblesville -###-
8/14/2020
DMACC’S SPRING SEMESTER DEAN’S LIST Des Moines Area Community College President Rob Denson recently released the names of students eligible for the Spring Semester Dean’s List. To be eligible, a student must have completed a minimum of six credits and earned a 3.5 to 3.99 grade point average for that semester Those recognized from your area include: --Rachel Doerner, Liberal Arts, Noblesville -###-
8/15/2020
DMACC’S SPRING SEMESTER DEAN’S LIST Des Moines Area Community College President Rob Denson recently released the names of students eligible for the Spring Semester Dean’s List. To be eligible, a student must have completed a minimum of six credits and earned a 3.5 to 3.99 grade point average for that semester Those recognized from your area include: --Rachel Doerner, Liberal Arts, Noblesville -###-

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