VFW Hoping for More Spectators for Loyalty Day Parade Saturday

The Loyalty Day Parade is for the American people to show their support for the United States and bring back the American values. It’s for the veterans, too, who fought for the freedom of this country. Those are the words of Rob Loy, commander of the Noblesville Veterans of Foreign Wars Ralph Lehr Post 6246,…

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Carnival, Ballet, Wildflower Walk, Music and More

The carnival is still in town, see the “Don Quixote” ballet, attend outdoor movies and beyond with today’s list of 20 things to do in The Times. 1. Huesman Amusements offers an outdoor carnival with rides, games and food from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. today, noon to 11 p.m. Saturday and noon to 10…

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The Long, Fabled History of the Den of Defensive Ends

In these cynical times, from politicians who think lying is no big deal to college basketball transfers being publicly offered $800,000 and a car to sign with a new school, it was nice to see that tradition still means something. George Karlaftis shed a tear in a video produced by Purdue Athletics Communications when informed…

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Not Even Remotely Funny

You’re probably familiar with the newest TV remote control technology.  No longer do you have to “enter” the channel on the device: in many cases you can simply say what channel you want into the remote and voila! There it is on the screen. Of course, most times you will be asked to repeat yourself,…

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