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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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  • Problems are obvious; are answers?
    5/13/2021 Recently I wrote a piece in which I challenged anyone who thinks I’m a racist to step up and prove it. All my writings are out there in the public domain and so if I wrote it, it’s there.
    The response was overwhelming . . . that I didn’t write a single thing that crossed a line.
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  • Learn, work with horses in new Wrangler offering
    5/13/2021 If you or your kids love horses and have ever wanted to get hands-on experience learning more about and working with horses, you might consider a new three-day Wrangler program that will be offered by K-Trails Equestrian Adventures this season.
    “We want to inspire more youth to learn about horses, horsemanship and horse care,” said John Stewart, 55, Noblesville, who owns and operates K-Trails, which will open for its fifth season on Friday at Hamilton County’s Strawtown Koteewi Park in Noblesville. 
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  • The atmosphere was electric
    5/12/2021 In March of 1891 a man by the name of J. L. Peck came to Noblesville to pitch the idea of constructing an electrical plant to the city council. The council accepted his proposal and by the end of June, Noblesville had its first electric street lights.
    Within the next 10 to 15 years, several of Hamilton County’s other communities acquired electric street lights as well, and over the following three or four decades, homes all over the county were wired for electricity.
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  • Community celebrates life, memories of teens killed
    5/12/2021 There were so many things to remember about Kalen Hart and Lendon Byram.
    So many things that would make you smile.
    Kalen Hart, 18, Arcadia, was loving, forgiving, nonjudgmental and welcomed everyone with open arms. Her laugh was infectious.
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  • Mother’s Day is always a special day to Betsy
    5/11/2021 I never take for granted being a mom.
    I feel that I am so lucky.
    I think how special it is being a mom every day of the year.
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  • Next stop . . . the dreaded Hon Zone
    5/11/2021 Growing up, I loved watching Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone –– a staple of Friday night television, when the parents were out, and we kids were stuck at home with great-aunt Brunhilda (not her real name, but more of a description) as our babysitter. When Brunie would nod off, we’d run to the grainy black-and-white, and tune in to see who could be creeped out the most.
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  • Curious who won Readers’ Choice '21?
    5/8/2021 Who serves the best omelet? The best cup of coffee? The best cheeseburger?
    What’s the best flower shop? Dance studio? Architectural firm? 
    Best local band? Best entertainment venue? Best golf course?
    The Times asked its readers to vote for their favorites as we do every year. And now we have the winners of The Times’ 2021 Readers’ Choice Awards..
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