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Daily Almanac: Aug. 5, 2022

Sunrise/Sunset: RISE: 6:46 a.m.      SET: 8:53 p.m. High/Low Temperatures: High: 86 °F Low: 71 °F Today is…: • Braham Pie Day • International Beer Day • Work Like a Dog Day What Happened On This Day: • 1962 Nelson Mandela is arrested and jailed • 1962 Marilyn Monroe found dead at her home from a…

Daily Almanac: Aug. 4, 2022

Sunrise/Sunset: RISE: 6:45 a.m. SET: 8:54 p.m. High/Low Temperatures: High: 85 °F Low: 73 °F Today is…: • Assistance Dog Day • Single Working Women’s Day • U.S. Coast Guard Day What Happened On This Day: • 1914 Britain declares war on Germany • 1944 Anne Frank is captured • 1977 U.S. President Jimmy Carter…

Gaylor President & CEO Chuck Goodrich Named Among Best CEOs in US

Gaylor Electric’s President and CEO, Chuck Goodrich, was announced as one of the United States’ Best CEOs of Diversity for 2022, according to Comparably. In addition to 5-million ratings across 70,000 companies, Goodrich holds himself and his company to a higher standard by emphasizing the value of diversity in the workplace. Such matter has resulted…

NPD Now Accepting Applications for Fall Citizens Police Academy

The Noblesville Police Department is currently accepting applications for our next Citizens Police Academy classes. The academy is a 12-week course, free of charge, designed to provide community members with an opportunity to become better acquainted with our professional staff and to learn about police procedures. The Academy familiarizes citizens with the operations of the…

BBB Scam Alert: ‘Brushing’ Scam Indicates Serious Problem for Victims

Free box loads of merchandise from Amazon or other companies, right on your doorstep! What could possibly be bad about that? Plenty! Better Business Bureau (BBB) warns consumers that there is a scary downside to this recent scam. You are not the one who hit the jackpot; a scammer is the real winner. This scam…

Biden Administration Announces $725M in Funding to Clean Up Pollution, Create Union Jobs

The Department of the Interior yesterday announced that nearly $725 million from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is available to 22 states and the Navajo Nation, including over $24.5 million for the state of Indiana. These funds are aimed at creating good-paying union jobs and catalyze economic opportunity in coal communities by reclaiming abandoned mine…

Duke Energy Announced as Supporting Sponsor of OneZone Chamber Eggs & Issues Program

OneZone Chamber of Commerce announced Eggs & Issues as their new monthly advocacy event. Starting in December, OneZone member attendees will hear about a variety of topics – the first one being our state legislators, what they are working on at the Statehouse, and how you can get involved. They will also be looking at…

Hamilton County Company Helps Kentucky Flood Victims

A Fishers company is stepping up to help flood victims in Kentucky. Land Betterment Corporation, an environmental solutions company fostering positive impact through upcycling former coal mining and industrial sites to create sustainable community development and job creation, announced mobilization of its ekō homes in relief for the recent destructive flooding in eastern Kentucky. “We…

Indiana House Committee Advances Abortion Ban Bill to Full Chamber

By Casey Smith An Indiana House committee on Tuesday advanced a Republican-backed bill that would ban virtually all abortions in the state, though the panel removed several controversial amendments that were added in the Senate. The committee heard more than 100 Hoosiers speak over nearly eight hours before voting 8-5 to advance the abortion ban…

Record Rent Increases, Low Wages Are Driving an Eviction Crisis, U.S. Senate Panel Told

By Ariana FigueroaWitnesses in a Tuesday hearing detailed to a U.S. Senate committee how investors and stagnant wages are driving an eviction and housing crisis across the U.S. The chair of the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee, Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown, said families are being priced out of buying homes, and rising rents…