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  • 9/1/2015 For decades, your local government units have published proposed budgets and notice of the hearing where you have the opportunity to question or offer your opinion concerning the planned collection of tax dollars, expenditure of those funds and estimated impact on your property tax rate.
  • 5/1/2013 Tuesday, residents of Noblesville and Noblesville Township will go to the polls and make a decision that will affect Noblesville schools for years to come . . .
  • 12/18/2012 The dead are buried in Newtown, Conn. In a few days, a week maybe, the media will leave town and Newtown's Sandy Hook Elementary will become the latest in a line of names - Columbine, Aurora, Virginia Tech - that scar our nation's psyche and tear at our hearts.
  • 8/18/2012 The State of Indiana is perfectly comfortable keeping you in the dark. It makes things easier for special interests and the government employees who are supposed to be regulating them.
  • 2/6/2012 The crowds are gone, the zip line is down and the trash has been cleaned up. Super Bowl XLVI is over and only warm memories remain. Well, warm memories and a super pat on the back to the thousands of Hoosiers who made this one of the best Super Bowls in history.

  • 2/6/2012 From Positron in Noblesville to Ener1 on a national stage, failures are being celebrated.

    There used to be a time in this country when people rooted for success, not failure. There used to be a time in this country when people worked to get off of unemployment, not stay on. There used to be a time when pride was more important than negativity.

  • 11/3/2011 Competency and success are the two deciding factors for why The Times believes John Ditslear should be returned to office.

  • The family of Max E. (Gene) Hurlock would like to thank the doctors, nurses and staff of the Riverview Cardiology Department for the kindness and care given to Dad and us during his hospitalizations in May and June. 
  • As state laws go, Indiana's Open Door Law and Access to Public Records Act have left their dentures in the glass on the nightstand. Those laws lack the teeth they need to enforce them.
  • Hoosiers sat transfixed, listening and watching while news unfolded from the deadly tragedy at the Indiana State Fairgrounds Saturday night.

    By now, the story is well known. At least five people died when a strong wind toppled the stage just before a scheduled concert. Dozens were injured.
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