‘Chicken Selfies’ Bring in Dollars for NHS Leo Club

Who wouldn’t want to have a selfie photo taken with a chicken? Yes, that’s right. For a small donation, fans at Friday night’s Noblesville High School Millers football game against Westfield Shamrocks had the opportunity to pose for a photo with a chicken. You know, those domesticated birds that can’t fly. Since the pandemic, there’s…

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Jupiter Flights Balloon Fest, Movies in the Park, Elks Sale, Elvis, Eagles Tributes and More

Noblesville’s final Movie in the Park, Forest Park Aquatic Center’s 25th anniversary celebration and Conner Prairie’s Jupiter Flights Balloon Festival, Noblesville Elks Rummage Sale and Elvis and Eagles tributes are happening this weekend in and around Noblesville. Here’s a list of 25 things to do to keep your calendar up to date. 1. Noblesville Parks’…

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Elks Upcoming Rummage Sales Among Charity Events

A new fundraising event will see Noblesville Elks Lodge members cleaning their closets, garages and basements in search of items to sell to raise money for charity. The Elks Lodge No. 576 is calling this event the “Elks Purge Rummage Sale” and will be the first-time sale for charity the next two Saturdays: 9 a.m.…

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Remembering Martha Gascho

Noblesville Native, Longtime AttorneyWas Among FewPracticing Femalesin the Early Days A step into downtown Noblesville attorney Martha Gascho’s office was a step back in time. A place where a film crew could have made a period movie. A place where Martha worked diligently at her desk and met with clients who needed a will or…

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What a Fun Labor Day Weekend

Not only was Labor Day weekend fun but it was also a beautiful weekend. On Friday night, which was a “First Friday,” Noblesville Main Street’s Chocolate Trail and Music and All That Jazz brought out hundreds of folks to the Hamilton County Courthouse Square in downtown Noblesville. Main Street executive director Kate Baker sat under…

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Bookstore Still Relevant, Reopening in Community

Just walk into the new Noblesville Barnes & Noble bookstore. It’s cozy. The lighting is low. There are wall-to-wall books. The nation’s largest bookstore chain, previously known for its large retail stores that offer a Starbuck coffee cafe, has downsized into a small-format store, noticeably visible at Wednesday morning’s ribbon cutting and reopening of the…

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