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  • Nickel Plate Arts partners with public library for virtual 'Comic Book In A Day’
    8/13/2020 Nickel Plate Arts has partnered with the Hamilton East Public Library’s Ignite Studio to present Virtual Comic Book in a Day, an eight-hour marathon of comic book art creation on Saturday, Aug. 29 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. More than two dozen area artists as well as artists around the world connected to the program will compete against the clock to come up with several pages of brand-new comic content.
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  • 8/13/2020 Millikin University Spring 2020 Dean's List
    Millikin University is pleased to announce the names of the outstanding undergraduates who have been named to the Dean's List for the spring 2020 semester.
    Students who attempt 12 graded credits during a fall or spring semester and earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher earn Dean's List honors. Students earning a perfect 4.00 grade point average on 12 graded credits attempted earn High Dean's List honors.
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  • 8/13/2020 WHAT: A Fishers Labor Day tradition, the 8th annual Fishers Blues Fest returns to the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater (NPD AMP), brought to you by Fishers Parks. Presented by IU Health Saxony, the free, two-night event includes performances by renowned local and nationally award-winning blues artists in a first come, first served, limited-capacity outdoor setting with social distancing measures in place due to COVID-19 mandates.
    WHEN: Friday and Saturday, September 4-5, from 7-11 p.m.
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  • General surgeon is seeing patients in Westfield, Noblesville
    8/13/2020 Riverview Health is pleased to announce that George Negrete, MD, with Hamilton Surgical Associates is seeing patients at its Westfield Hospital. He will still be seeing patients at Riverview Health Noblesville Hospital as well.
    Dr. Negrete provides advanced general surgical procedures and offers a wide range of minimally invasive and open gastrointestinal surgeries. Dr. Negrete’s patients are his top priority and his philosophy has always been to treat his patients with the respect and care they deserve.
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  • Mayor Jensen unveils 2021 flat budget
    8/13/2020 Mayor Chris Jensen’s 2021 budget plans, which include no overall budget increase from this year, were presented to the Noblesville Common Council during a public work session yesterday.
    The proposed budget has four guiding principles: no increase in the overall city budget compared to Revised 2020 city budget, no citywide yearly salary increase, no health insurance premium increases for employees and no new city positions – except the four positions previously created to continue the implementation of the public safety priority, NobleAct.
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  • Robbery in Sheridan
    8/13/2020 The FBI and Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office are asking the public’s help to identity the man who robbed First Farmers Bank in Sheridan, IN at approximately 9:45 a.m. Aug. 12, 2020. The suspect is a white male who appears to be in his 30’s with tattoos on both arms.
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  • County resumes jury trials with precautions
    8/13/2020 New safety measures were put in place to prevent COVID-19 exposure.
    Jury trials have resumed in Hamilton County with a host of new safety measures to ensure the safety of the judges, jurors, attorneys, parties, and witnesses. Jury trials were suspended March 18th in the State of Indiana pursuant to the Order of the Indiana Supreme Court.
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  • 8/12/2020 Now through Sept. 9, teachers, administrators and parents save an extra 10% on general merchandise
    Kroger is offering more ways to save on back-to-school essentials during its first Teachers and Honorary Teachers savings event this fall. Now through September 9, teachers, school administrators and parents who shop at Kroger on Wednesdays will save an extra 10% on general merchandise, including school and craft supplies, toys, games, sporting goods, housewares, apparel and electronics.
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  • 8/12/2020 The Hamilton County Traffic Safety Partnership will be working to safeguard students as they get on and off the bus this fall. Over the next couple of months, officers will be positioned along bus stops and routes looking for stop-arm violations and motorists driving dangerously.
    The overtime patrols are part of the state’s Stop Arm Violation Enforcement (SAVE) program, which was developed by the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute last year, funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
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  • 8/12/2020 Meeting Agenda
    Monday, Aug. 17, 2020 – 6 p.m.
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