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Photo courtesy of U.S. Navy / Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Dartañon D. De La Garza
Photo courtesy of U.S. Navy / Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Dartañon D. De La Garza
Friday, May 14, 2021 4:00 AM
U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Amanda Reschar administers a COVID-19 vaccine to Rear Adm. Doug Verissimo, commander, Carrier Strike Group Nine, aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71). Amanda is from Noblesville and is part of the Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group that’s on a scheduled deployment somewhere in the Pacific Ocean.
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  • It’s Her Shot!
    5/14/2021 U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Amanda Reschar administers a COVID-19 vaccine to Rear Adm. Doug Verissimo, commander, Carrier Strike Group Nine, aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71). Amanda is from Noblesville and is part of the Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group that’s on a scheduled deployment somewhere in the Pacific Ocean.
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  • Four HHMS teams qualify for robotics tournament
    5/13/2021 Congratulations to Hamilton Heights Middle School Robotics program which had four student teams qualify for this year’s VEX Robotics World Championship. The tournament, which will be conducted virtually May 24-29, will place teams from around the world in timed robotics competition matches with their custom-built robots. 
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  • 5/12/2021 Property taxes for residents in the State of Indiana are due. The good news for Hamilton County residents is that they will see their county tax rate decrease this year. 
    “The county’s tax rate has either decreased or remained stable since 2014,” says Ken Alexander, a member of the Hamilton County Council which has the exclusive power to fix the tax rate and impose the tax levy. “That’s not by accident, but rather by design.” 
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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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  • John William Ridge
    5/14/2021 John William Ridge, 84, passed away at his home in Sheridan surrounded by his family on Monday morning, May 10, 2021.
    Born in Sheridan on July 30, 1936, he was the son of the late Jesse Melvin "Bud" Ridge and Rosanna (Perron) Ridge-DeForge.
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  • Linda Jane Baitz
    5/12/2021 Linda Jane Baitz, 68, of Atlanta, Ind. passed away May 7, 2021 at Kindred Hospital Indianapolis North.  
    She was born April 4, 1953 in Tipton, Ind. to Eugene (Bud) and Phyllis (Gunning) Baitz.
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  • Jimmie “Clayton” Rutledge
    5/12/2021 Jimmie “Clayton” Rutledge, 89, loving husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather, entered the presence of His Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on Monday morning, May 10, 2021, at his home in Noblesville, Ind.  
    Mr. Rutledge was born in Silver Point, Tenn. on Oct. 15, 1931 to Jesse Rucker and Dora Loretta (Morgan) Rutledge.
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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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  • A busy May features a choir program and food pantries
    5/14/2021 EDITOR'S NOTE: This is a weekly column from Hamilton Heights Superintendent Dr. Derek Arrowood. All Hamilton County school superintendents are invited to send The Times similar routine messages. To do so, please contact our publisher at ttimmons@thetimes24-7.com

    May is always an incredibly busy month in our schools. As I looked at my calendar it is chock full of the type of student activities, spring sports, banquets, end-of-year concerts, senior trips and graduation ceremonies that signal the end of the year is near. 
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  • NPA Flea Market, ballet, free movies, concerts, more
    5/14/2021 Come out and see what you can find on Saturday at the Noblesville Preservation Alliance Flea Market, in its second year at Preservation Hall, the former Logan Street Sanctuary, in Old Town Noblesville. The first flea market took place in September 2020 to replace the Historic Home Tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This spring’s flea market also includes some homes on Logan and Clinton streets and will offer antiques, collectibles, household items, home salvage, doors and windows and lots more treasures inside and outside of the building. 
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  • Smart phone stuck in a perpetual comma
    5/14/2021 It first happened about 10 years ago. Due to some programming glitch the comma on my smart phone stopped working.. Now almost a decade later the comma key is stuck but this time it’s on my desktop computer. Maybe it’s just a cracker crumb lodged in the key. I usually snack when I write my column but I am proud to say that all the food groups are represented.
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