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  • 11/16/2019 Smart911 is now available to all individuals and families in Hamilton County. The free service allows residents to create a safety profile for their household that includes key information they may want 9-1-1 call takers and first responders to have in the event of an emergency.
    “Smart911 has been proven to save lives,” says Jeff Schemmer, Executive Director of Hamilton County Public Safety Communications. “The information provided enables us to know exactly where we are going and who we are looking for in a house fire or at the scene of a car accident. Those details save critical time in an emergency.”
  • 11/16/2019 Friday the City of Westfield and Bullpen Tournaments received a national sports tourism award. Bullpen’s Amateur Baseball Championships, hosted at Westfield’s Grand Park Sports Campus, was named a 2019 Champions of Economic Impact in Sports Tourism by Sports Destination Management.
    “We built Grand Park to be an economic driver for our city and this recognition not only validates our strategy, but celebrates the contributions and partnerships we have created with organizations like Bullpen Tournaments,” said Westfield Mayor Andy Cook. “It is a great accomplishment to present a world-class event at Grand Park, a world-class facility.”
    "It is incredible to think we have players that have played in the ABC Championships at ages 14, 15, 16, and 17,” said Bullpen Tournaments President, Blake Hibler. “Our tournament, Grand Park and Westfield have become a part of their baseball lives and their baseball memories. We are excited to receive this award from Sports Destination Management. We are even more thrilled to contribute to the vision the Mayor and City of Westfield have for Grand Park.”
  • 11/16/2019 According to a press release from the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office, on Oct. 18 at approximately 9:39 p.m., Deputy Patrick Clennon of the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office was on duty and responding to assist a fellow officer, who was not responding to his radio, while investigating a disturbance complaint.
    The release said Deputy Clennon failed to utilize his emergency lights or siren while speeding in excess of 100 MPH. His action resulted in him losing control of his vehicle on US 31 in the area of 191st St. and crossing the median into oncoming traffic. The driver of a southbound vehicle swerved to avoid colliding with Deputy Clennon’s patrol car and sustained minor damage. The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office received multiple complaints from citizens traveling on US 31 at the time of the crash.
  • Tri Kappa gets with The Times
    11/16/2019 Every year at this time, Tri Kappa sorority asks us at The Times newspaper to partner up in the promotion of the Beta Epsilon chapter’s annual Red Stocking Fund drive.
    And every year at this time, I ask the drive’s coordinators, Mary Jane Polsgrove and Anita Beck, along with Noblesville Township Trustee Tom Kenley, to put on their Christmas red and Santa hats to snap a photo to promote the drive.
    We here at The Times are always glad to help with this fundraiser, which kicked off in the Wednesday edition of The Times.
    Money raised will ensure the children of Noblesville have shoes, clothing, school supplies, and shelter as well as medicines and other necessities. In 2019, more than 100 students and their families were assisted, I’m told.
    This holiday season, Tri Kappa will have a presence at December First Friday in downtown Noblesville and will give away hot cider drinks while promoting the Red Stocking Fund and taking donations on the Courthouse Square.
    If you stop by, be sure to thank the Tri Kappas for all that they do for our community.
  • 11/16/2019 Forgotten Treaty, Dispositive Law, Innocent President
    Barring a political retreat by the House Democrats in their impeachment drive, incontrovertible facts and provisions of “black letter” law suggest dark days lie ahead for our Republic – and in a year’s time, for the Democrats as well. Let’s consider a sequence of “what if” questions. Reach your own conclusions.
    What if … a treaty assuring “mutual legal assistance in criminal matters” had been signed by a president of the United States in Kiev, Ukraine, in July 1998, submitted to the US Senate in October 1999, and ratified without dissent in October 2000 by the Senate?
    What if … in a president’s 1998 letter of transmittal, he assured the US Senate that “the treaty is one of a series of modern mutual legal assistance treaties being negotiated by the United States in order to counter criminal activities more effectively,” confirming that treaty should be used “to assist in prosecution of a wide variety of crimes”?
  • 11/16/2019 MUNCIE – First, there is Halloween and all its candy. Then comes Thanksgiving and turkey and all the sides. Throw in holiday parties, Christmas dinners and New Year’s Eve celebrations, and the last two months of the year becomes a calorie-laden nightmare for many Americans.
    But, all hope is not lost, says Christy Tunnell, a clinical lecturer of nutrition and dietetics, who believes that planning ahead is critical for good health during the holiday season.
  • 11/16/2019 A memorial ceremony and celebration of life for Fishers Police K9 Harlej will take place next week.
    The public is invited to attend the memorial service for fallen Fishers Police K9 Harlej on Wednesday, November 20, 2019. Specific information regarding the ceremony is listed below:
  • Brewery opening, chili supper, theater, Santa, more
    11/15/2019 It’s a great weekend to go out and see some school and community theater and to check out some new gathering places and see the new Preservation Hall in Noblesville.
    Looking for something to do? The Times has you covered with 35 things to do in and around Noblesville.
    Primeval Brewing, a new European-inspired craft brewery on Logan Street in downtown Noblesville, will have a public grand opening of brewery and taproom from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. today.
    Refuge Christian Church Christian Women's Circle invites the community to its Chili Supper from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. today at the church on 196th Street in Noblesville. The menu features chili crackers, homemade cornbread, hot dogs, veggie tray, dessert and drink. Donations will be accepted, and carryout is available. Proceeds will go to seven local schools with Christmas gifts and to help the church buy for a new heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) unit. 
  • Cook: Local hero awarded French Legion of Honor
    11/15/2019 Tipton resident and World War II veteran, Daniel Mattingly, was awarded the French Legion of Honor on Sunday, according to State Rep. Tony Cook (R-Cicero).
    As France’s highest order of merit for military and civil service, this honor can be bestowed upon American veterans like Mattingly who risked their lives in World War II. Cook said Mattingly served in the U.S. Navy onboard the LST-212 during the war, and is noted for his participation in the Sicily Campaign and Allied Invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944.
  • 11/15/2019 INDIANAPOLIS - Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc. today announced that it has received a $1M grant from the Anthem Foundation. The grant will support the Cultural Trail’s programs and maintenance endowment which helps keep the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick, accessible for everyone 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 
    “Indianapolis Cultural Trail Inc. ensures the Cultural Trail is a world class public space and beautiful experience that is always accessible,” said Kären Haley, Indianapolis Cultural Trail executive director. “This includes a significant operations and maintenance program, which is essential to the Trail’s role in community and economic development and the health and wellbeing of our community.” 
    The gift, made as a part of Anthem’s 75th anniversary celebration, illustrates the significant impact the Indianapolis Cultural Trail and the organization’s programs, including Pacers Bikeshare, have on our community’s health now and for future generations. Indianapolis Cultural Trail Inc. will also add counters to the Cultural Trail as a part of the grant. The counters will help track how many people are using the Cultural Trail each year and how they are using the Trail. 
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