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  • 11/1/2017 I wish I had a dollar for every time Don Jellison's name was used in teaching moments across the country. Sometimes it would be a lesson on the importance of a strong voice and opinion in writing columns. Other times it was about the significance of getting box scores with game stories. Yet other times might be about how vital it is to quote coaches.

    From North Carolina to California and several places in between, reporters and editors, young and old, heard about Don Jellison.
  • 10/31/2017 I wish I had a dollar for every time Don Jellison's name was used in teaching moments across the country. Sometimes it would be a lesson on the importance of a strong voice and opinion in writing columns. Other times it was about the significance of getting box scores with game stories. Yet other times might be about how vital it is to quote coaches.

    From North Carolina to California and several places in between, reporters and editors, young and old, heard about Don Jellison.
  • 7/6/2016 July is Founders Month at Sagamore News Media, in honor of the 12th anniversary of the company that currently publishes The Times and Sheridan News being founded.

    This allows our company a little time to celebrate our sixth year with The Times in Noblesville.
  • 7/6/2016 July is Founders Month at Sagamore News Media, in honor of the 12th anniversary of the company that currently publishes The Times and Sheridan News being founded.

    This allows our company a little time to celebrate our sixth year with The Times in Noblesville.
  • 6/28/2016 In a few weeks, your little Newspaper Company That Could will turn 12.
  • 4/13/2015 Sunday was one of those days that remind me why I love this business. It was the 20th annual Indiana Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Our Noblesville Times Executive Sports Editor Mark Morrow was being inducted and was kind enough to allow me to tag along and watch.

    What a day.
  • 1/2/2015 RICHMOND - The Class 3A No. 10 Hamilton Heights Huskies set the tone on Friday afternoon, but it was 2A No. 5 Indianapolis Scecina which established the pace, winning 65-56 at the Tiernan Center.

    Up 19-6 after the first quarter, the Huskies' offense fell silent in the second quarter, opening the door for Scecina star 6-foot-8 Gary Bonds and T.J. Henderson, who brought their team back from 15-feet out.

    "It's all about pace for us," Hamilton Heights head coach Chad Ballenger said. "If we can get the pace where we need it, we're pretty good."

  • 5/24/2014 It would seem in today's world it wouldn't be hard to get hold of someone. Between home phones, cell phones, texts, tweets, e-mails, Instagrams and countless other avenues, it should be pretty easy to connect to someone. Yet my phone hasn't rang, my tweeter hasn't chirped and as far as I know, no school has come calling to invite yours truly to speak at graduation.

    Again.

    Hard to believe, right?

    How can any institution pass up the knowledge gained working in an industry where our end product is so versatile it can do everything from wrapping dead fish to lining bird cages?
  • 3/31/2014 If you're like me and grew up here, you certainly understand the rivalry that's always existed between Noblesville and Carmel. From way back in the days of the old Sagamore Athletic Conference through today, there's a natural competitiveness between the two cities. Granted, Carmel's amazing growth has changed things somewhat, but there's no doubt that something is still there today.

    But this story about Carmel annexing Noblesville is going too far. Even though a loophole in the state constitution was found that enables the largest municipality to not only become the new county seat but annex its smaller neighbors, it's too much. What about the history? What about the community pride? Heck, what about the name?
  • 3/9/2014 I don't get the pleasure of getting over to Noblesville as often anymore. Call it the demands of the job, call it being busy, call it the price of things going too well . . . ultimately, I call it my loss. Most readers of my wanderings might remember that this is my hometown and it's a joy to own a business here. So when I do get back, I really enjoy it.
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