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  • 7/20/2019 The Times- The chamber luncheon on August 8, 2019 will include a tour of the Duke Energy Power Station.
    The Noblesville Station was built in 1950 and began as a coal-fired plant, but was late transformed to run on natural gas in 2003 to increase efficiency. This change saw the plant go from creating 90 megawatts to approximately 300 megawatts of electricity.
  • 7/20/2019 A free senior health and education fair is scheduled for Thursday at the Arcadia Christian Church.
  • 7/20/2019 Carmel city officials have decided to cancel the Art of Wine event scheduled for Saturday evening, July 20, in the Carmel Arts & Design District in light of excessive heat warnings forecast for central Indiana. After consulting with public safety officials and talking to several of the participating vendors who had also voiced concern about the event, the decision was made to cancel the event in the interest of public safety.
  • Robotics part of 4-H experience
    7/20/2019 In the exhibit hall at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds, members control their robot creations to move objects and solve problems. Not for a ribbon, a trophy or competition, but to simply do it
    Lucky Robots is the robotics 4-H club. In it, members use Lego Mindstorms projects to learn more about programming, robotics and engineering. It's a 4-H Spark Club, which is a short-term experience meant to "spark" interest in a new topic.
    The "demo" team of the club demonstrated their knowledge of robots and the projects they've created on Thursday at the 4-H fair.
    Lego Mindstorms are Lego sets that contain a computer system that can be built around to control Lego to meet certain objectives and solve problems. The club currently works with the EV3 model, which is the newest generation of the Lego Mindstorms.
  • 7/19/2019 William A. Heath, PMT, received the "Distinguished Service to Powder Metallurgy" award from the Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) for his outstanding career achievements. William recently retired as Vice President, Sales & Marketing after 24 years with Metal Powder Products, Noblesville, Indiana.
  • Krupski named new Noblesville City Engineer
    7/19/2019 The City of Noblesville has hired Alison Krupski as the new engineering department director. Krupski has served as Hamilton County’s Bridge Program Engineer for the past four years where she was responsible for budgeting, planning and overseeing the maintenance and construction of more than 325 bridges in the county.
    “Ali’s experience and a proven track record of success in engineering will be invaluable in meeting departmental goals and objectives,” said Mayor John Ditslear. “I am confident that Ali will be an excellent fit for this position and a strong asset to the team.”
    Krupski is a lifelong resident of Noblesville. She grew up on the west side of Noblesville and graduated from Noblesville High School in 2002. After graduating from Purdue University in West Lafayette with a bachelor of science in civil engineering, she moved back to Noblesville where she lives with her husband, Pete.
  • Poultry showmanship at 4-H fair is more than feathers and beaks
    7/19/2019 Candice Haase walks up to a handful of caged chickens on a table. She sets down on her clipboard and hand sanitizer, and proceeds to address the young 4-H members in front of the cages.
    "What we're going to do today is we're going to have fun," Haase said. "I'm very proud of you." 
    Poultry showmanship commenced its judging on Thursday morning at the Hamilton County 4-H Fair. It's one of four poultry divisions, the other three being meat production, egg production and breed/fancy class. 
    According to the Purdue Extension website, "Showmanship is a way for members to show their knowledge of poultry. It is a separate division and ribbons and awards are independent from the other divisions."
    Haase was a 10-year 4-H member from Fairmount, Indiana, and now does judging across the state in different counties and at the state fair. However, poultry is her passion. 
  • Photo contest winners chosen
    7/18/2019 The judging for the 6th Annual Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District Photo Contest is complete. This year had the highest participation yet! Judges Jeffrey Engel, Hamilton County resident and professional photographer; and Kristy Stultz, DNR Division of Entomology and Plant Pathology, selected winners from our youth and adult entries. Winners in the Fireflies and Other Beneficial Insects category are: 1st Place-Adult: Heather Sutton, Ready for Takeoff (left); Honorable Mention-Adult: Heather Sutton, Wild and Free. 1st Place Youth-Thomas Holden, Lantern; Honorable Mention-Youth: Mary Sebbas, Darkness Awaits. Winners in The White River category are: 1st Place-Adult: Amber Smith, Black and White Reflections; Honorable Mention-Adult: Linda Benson, Two Signs. 1st Place-Youth: Miaya Owen, White River Ripples (right); Honorable Mention-Youth: MaTayia Owen, A Splash in White River. All photos are available to view on the Hamilton County SWCD website here: https://www.hamiltonswcd.org/photo-contest.html. Photos will also be on display at the SWCD booth during the Hamilton County 4-H Fair, starting July 18th. 

  • 7/18/2019 It’s a big week for summer fun in Fishers! With 8 free events this week, Fishers Parks and Recreation has an opportunity for all ages to get outdoors and enjoy the traditions, culture, and local talent of our community.
    Arts Crawl
    Fridays, July 19 / 6-9 p.m.
    Throughout the Nickel Plate District
    Stroll through the Nickel Plate District, recently designated as a Statewide Cultural District, and enjoy local and regional artwork, live music and performances, and shopping deals at local businesses. Learn more at playfishers.com/ArtsCrawl.
  • Russell - Burrow
    7/18/2019 Rick and Teri Russell of Noblesville, Ind., are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Madalynne Russell of Noblesville to Luke Burrow, also of Noblesville. Luke is the son of Bart and Lee Anne Burrow of Noblesville. The future bride is a 2014 graduate of Noblesville High School and a 2018 graduate of Augustana College. Luke is a 2013 graduate of Noblesville High School and a 2017 graduate of Augustana College. Luke is working in real estate development with his two brothers. The couple plans to be married on Nov. 9, 2019 at The Sanctuary on Penn in Indianapolis. The reception will be held at the same location. The happy couple will reside in Indianapolis after the wedding.

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