HHSC Celebrates Principals As Part Of National Principals Month, Final

October marks the celebration of a special group of leaders in our community – our school principals. These dedicated individuals play a pivotal role in shaping our students’ futures and the trajectory of our education system. This month-long celebration is an opportunity to recognize and thank our principals for their unwavering dedication, exceptional leadership, and…

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Gleaners Food Bank Of Indiana Statement On Updated Household Food Insecurity Numbers From The USDA

Statement may be attributed to Fred Glass, President and CEO, Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana: Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)’s Economic Research Service released its annual Household Food Insecurity in the United States report, which examined American households’ ability to access sufficient food in 2022. While the results of this report may have…

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Drainage Task Force Fumbles On Final Report

By: Whitney Downard Over three-plus hours Wednesday, members painstakingly debated and approved 20 of the 30 recommendations submitted to an interim committee on drainage along with three preliminary drafts of legislation. Then the committee defeated the final report. Instead, the committee will only provide an informational document to fellow legislators rather than proposals. “I was…

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Smile

What makes Molly Martin smile? “Anything,” said the 26-year-old Noblesville resident. “I like to smile. I love nature. I like making other people smile. I love keeping Noblesville beautiful, help keeping it clean. I’m a person who just loves to smile.” Wearing a T-shirt that reads “Hippie state of mind,” she was found with her…

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Why You Should Invest In Your Skin Health This Winter

(StatePoint) If you’re like many people, you may view the change in seasons as a sign that you can give up your skin protection routine. Experts say that everyone, regardless of gender or lifestyle, should be careful not to neglect their skin health in winter. “Don’t let your guard down in winter. Not only are…

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Pensions Panel Recommends Guaranteed 13th Check-COLA Split

By: Leslie Bonilla Muniz Indiana should move from ad hoc public retirement benefit increases to a long-term approach that guarantees former public employees a 13th check or cost of living adjustment (COLA) annually, an interim committee recommended Tuesday. But who gets what — and how much the proposal will cost the state — will depend…

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Actors Theatre Of Indiana Announces Entertainment Line-Up For This Weekend’s Greatest Hits Volume 2

Actors Theatre of Indiana is bringing you a special one-night-only showcase of powerful performances and fan favorites. This Saturday, October 28, at 7:30, ATI kicks off its 19th Season with ATI’s Greatest Hits, Volume 2 at The Studio Theater at The Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel. See ATI’s amazing performers from the past,…

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Noblesville Lions Club Presents Gingers With AED

On Wednesday, Oct 25th, the Noblesville Lions presented Gingers an AED as a thank you for service to the club. An AED, or Automated External Defibrillator, is a portable device that can help save someone’s life during a sudden cardiac event. As a business serving the public, the club felt this could be a life-saving…

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