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  • 2/21/2018 INDIANAPOLIS – Ivy Tech Community College and Marian University have partnered to create a statewide reverse transfer agreement for students who have transferred to Marian prior to completing their associate degree at Ivy Tech.
    “Ivy Tech is proud of this new partnership with Marian University to help Indianapolis students earn their associate degree,” said Russ Baker, vice president for Academic Affairs at Ivy Tech. “This will provide them the opportunity to have a credential while advancing their undergraduate degree.”
  • Student pages join Rep. Richardson at the Statehouse
    2/21/2018 STATEHOUSE — State Rep. Kathy Kreag Richardson (R-Noblesville) recently welcomed student pages to the Statehouse. As a House page, these participants toured government offices, helped staff with daily duties and joined Richardson on the House floor during the legislative session. Serving as pages recently were Ella Podany, of Mohawk Trails Elementary School, Carmel, J.P. Etchison and Adeline Gordon, both of Hamilton Heights High School, Arcadia. Richardson said students aged 13 to 18 should consider participating as a page during the 2019 session. For more information, visit www.indianahouserepublicans.com/pageprogram.
  • Sen. Spartz welcomes local students to Statehouse
    2/21/2018 STATEHOUSE – State Sen. Victoria Spartz (R-Noblesville) welcomed the following students to the Statehouse who served as Senate pages in January, Isabella Jones, Noblesville East Middle School, Karis Jones, Noblesville High School, James Lawrence, Westfield Middle School, Rebecca Rust, Westfield Middle School, Elizabeth Score, from Noblesville is homeschooled student, Annabelle Smith, Noblesville High School, and Graysen Smith, from Noblesville and Indiana Connections Academy. Pages spend a day at the Statehouse, touring the historic building, observing debates from the Senate floor and interacting with their state senators. Students in grades six through 12 participate in the page program on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays during the legislative session. Groups serve on Wednesdays. To learn more about the Senate’s page program, visit www.IndianaSenateRepublicans.com/page-program.
  • 2/21/2018 INDIANAPOLIS — Simon, a global leader in retail real estate, is playing host to its annual Easter celebration festivities at Castleton Square Mall, Circle Centre Mall, Fashion Mall at Keystone and Greenwood Park Mall, offering families the chance to participate in traditional and unique seasonal events.
    Save time and avoid the line with Bunny by Appointment. Now you can reserve your magical moment with Bunny online atsimonbunny.com.
    The Bunny Photo Experience begins March 9 at Castleton Square Mall, Fashion Mall at Keystone and Greenwood Park Mall and March 14 at Circle Centre Mall and runs through March 31. Kids will have the chance to visit with the Bunny and take home a treasured snapshot of the fun occasion.
    The Simon Bunny Photo Experience is again sponsored by GYMBOREE GROUP. The GYMBOREE GROUP is a specialty retailer operating stores selling high-quality apparel and accessories for children under the Gymboree, Gymboree Outlet, Janie and Jack, and Crazy 8 brands.
  • 2/21/2018 INDIANAPOLIS – The deadline for application to the 78th Indiana State Police Recruit Academy is 11:59 p.m., Sunday.
    Individuals who are interested in beginning a career as an Indiana State Trooper must apply online at http://www.in.gov/isp/2368.htm. This website will provide a detailed synopsis of the application process as well as information on additional career opportunities with the Indiana State Police.
    Applications submitted after the deadline will not be accepted for the 78th Recruit Academy.
    Currently, the ISP Human Resources Division Employment Services Team has received more than 1,000 incomplete applications. Applicants are encouraged to check their email, specifically spam and junk folders, which may contain correspondence from the Indiana State Police.
    Applicants are encouraged to submit their applications even though they may be waiting on supporting documents, birth certificate, transcripts, photo, etc., as these documents can be brought at a later date to their assigned Physically Ability Exam.
  • Noblesville companies named best places to work
    2/21/2018 INDIANAPOLIS — BlueSky Technology Partners and IDSolutions, both Noblesville companies, have been named among the 2018 Best Places to Work in Indiana by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.
    BlueSky an e-commerce and digital marking consulting company, was named in the Small Companies category, those with 15 to 74 employees, and IDSolutions, a global video integration company providing custom solutions for video conferencing, media management, streaming video and digital signage, was named in the Medium Companies category, those with 75 to 249 employees.
    A record number of Hoosier companies – 125 in total – have been named to the 2018 Best Places to Work in Indiana list. More than 50 of them are first-time honorees or returning after at least a year’s absence, says the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.
    Nearly half of the honorees are from the small employer group, with all categories seeing an increase. More than 200 companies applied to the program.
  • Arcadia runaway found
    2/19/2018 ARCADIA - Haven Haymaker, reported as a runaway Monday, has been located and is the process of being reunited with her family. She is no longer considered a runaway.
  • ‘New economy’ challenging state officials
    2/17/2018 FISHERS – Indiana is struggling to navigate the crossroads between the old and new economies.
    Traditional business has been met by non-traditional avenues of the economy, including AirB&B, Uber, online shopping, people renting their own vehicles, and even Tesla. Many of these new economic avenues are not part of the traditional tax structure and state legislators are working to find ways to include them.
    Several legislators, including Rep. Kathy Kreag Richardson, Rep. Tony Cook and Sen Victoria Spartz, met with members of Hamilton County’s four chambers of commerce, to give a “halftime report” on action at the Statehouse during this year’s short session.
    “This new economy affects Hamilton County is so many ways,” said Rep. Todd Huston. “We’ve built a lot of things off of taxes generated by car rentals, hotel room rental fees, we just didn’t imagine how this new economy would affect our funding strategies,”
    House Speaker Brian Bosma said Indiana isn’t alone, other states struggle with the issue as well.
    “We’ve found ourselves at this intersection between the old and new economies and we’re working hard to find solutions that benefit both,” he said.
  • 2/16/2018 The local Lions Club had a Valentine’s Day dinner at the Methodist Church auditorium with their wives or “special” friend on Wednesday evening. A local Noblesville High School Jazz Band treated us to cool music after dinner. Pictured are band members Alec Kosla, Ben Eger, Max Rudy, and Aidan Board. Lion Steve Shaw (red shirt) found and introduced the group.
  • 2/16/2018 A threat, made by a Noblesville High School student against the school, made Thursday, were found not to be credible, the corporation said in a statement released Thursday night.
    The threat, made during a bus ride home from school, was reported by two students using the corporation’s confidential “SpeakUp” reporting app on the students’ iPads.
    NHS adminstrators and Noblesville Police immediately made contact with the students making the threat and determined it was not credible.
    Administrators have taken appropriate action with the student to address this issue.
    “We would like to send our appreciation to the NHS students who chose to speak-up and share the concern. It's important as a community that we take the time to listen, be cognizant of things happening around us, and report them when we aren't comfortable or are concerned. These two students did the right thing. We ask that you have the conversation with your child about reaching out to an adult when they have a concern or reporting their concern via Noblesville Schools’ SpeakUp app,” the statement read.
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