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  • Lawman Mitch Russell loved life, served his community well
    2/27/2021 Some folks believe that the security at Riverview Health went up a notch when retired Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department Detective Lt. Mitch Russell came to take over as director of security in 2012.
    Russell, who spent 29 years with the Sheriff’s Department, after retiring in 2006, became Arcadia Marshall in the northern Hamilton County town where he graduated Hamilton Heights High School and started out in law enforcement as a deputy marshal. He loved law enforcement and ran as a candidate for Hamilton County Sheriff in the May 2018 primary.
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  • 2 dozen things to do in person or virtually
    2/26/2021 There are lots of things to do this weekend, as we say goodbye to February and welcome in March.
    Looking for fun activities for the whole family, or maybe just for a date-night? Here are a couple dozen fun in-person and virtual things to do:
    1. Enjoy live music with the John Beatrice Band from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. today at Primeval Brewing in downtown Noblesville.
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  • Dillinger can't leave Mexico without COVID-19 test
    2/25/2021 If you want to know what’s happening with just about anybody in town or your elected officials, you follow Facebook.
    For instance, take Hamilton County Commissioner Steve Dillinger, our longest standing commissioner currently serving in Indiana. He was first elected in 1980.
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  • Fans come out for Tony Stewart’s boat unveiling
    2/24/2021 The unveiling of racing legend Tony Stewart’s newly designed 2021 Supra SA550 boat on Sunday brought out auto racing fans from near and far toting all kinds of memorabilia in hopes of obtaining autographs from the retired IndyCar and NASCAR driver/current team owner.
    A line of fans snaked around the inside of the Pro Wake Watersports showroom, at 146th Street and Indiana 37, in Noblesville, as fans watched and waited to meet their all-American auto-racing hero, nicknamed Smoke, who never ceases to be honest and real with his fans as well as reporters.
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  • Thinking positive about '21 NHS graduation, senior prom
    2/23/2021 I feel some sadness for our Noblesville High School class of 2021 as I did for the class of 2020.
    It wasn’t fair that last year’s graduating class didn’t have an in-person graduation. That they didn’t have a junior-senior prom. And that they ended their school year without getting to see all of their friends.
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  • Health department clinic gives 5,000+ vaccines, Night of Reflection planned
    2/20/2021 Today is a busy day at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds in Noblesville.
    All of the postponed COVID-19 vaccine appointments on Tuesday were rescheduled for today, due to inclement weather. Hamilton County government offices were closed on Tuesday due to the winter snow storm.
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  • Twenty fun things to do in person or online
    2/19/2021 Looking for fun activities for the whole family, or maybe just for a date-night?
    Here are 20 fun in-person and virtual things to do:
    1. Bundle up and go sledding at Forest Park Sledding Hill in Noblesville, Simon Moon Park in Westfield or at West Park in Carmel. 
    2. Enjoy live music with Sam King, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday at Primeval Brewing in downtown Noblesville.
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  • Racing legend to unveil wake surf boat in Noblesville
    2/18/2021 In my early days of newspaper journalism, I wrote about a lot of celebrities who came to town. Mostly, they were musical artists at Deer Creek Music Center in Noblesville. And also some TV stars. 
    One of the second-largest breeds of celebrities that I met were race car drivers.
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  • Playhouse’s new Youth Council stages ‘Alice,’ donates to pantry
    2/17/2021 While many local community theater stages are dark, Westfield Playhouse’s newly formed Youth Advisory Council has rehearsed and put on a staged reading of “Alice in Wonderland,” while raising money for both the Playhouse and the Hamilton County Harvest Food Bank.
    Due to the looming COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease) pandemic, the staged reading was recorded, without an audience, and offered online to patrons who donated a minimum $10 to the production project. 
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  • Non-dog person reminds to keep animals safe in cold
    2/16/2021 With a winter storm warning in the forecast through this morning, the blustery weather made me think about keeping our animals safe.
    When I was young, my parents had a couple of Collie dogs. I only remember them from the black-and-white snapshots taken with our old Brownie camera. My mom said the dogs started chasing cars and both were hit and killed. 
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