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Westfield Education Foundation to Raffle Rare Bourbons for Scholarships

The Westfield Education Foundation is raffling off rare bourbons in order to raise funds in support of its mission to help Westfield graduates continue their education with scholarships as well as supporting current teachers with grants to support their creative classroom initiatives. The bourbon and jewelry being raffled are: Visit docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfBHVvut5foAHoM1ke81T3liUq3vMcmC-7SWTuHPHGFcOJ04A/viewform to purchase raffle tickets.…

200K Pounds of Poultry Products Donated to Hoosiers This Year

Yesterday, Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch, Indiana State Department of Agriculture Director Bruce Kettler and the Indiana State Poultry Association (ISPA) recognized Indiana’s poultry producers at the 75th annual Indiana state poultry recognition event at the Indiana Statehouse. Over the past year, Indiana poultry farmers have donated nearly 100 tons or 200,000 pounds of poultry products…

Spark the Spirit of the Season With a Hamilton County Holiday Tradition – An En Pointe Christmas

Celebrating its fifth anniversary, An En Pointe Christmas is back and bigger than ever with more dancers, more numbers, and even more holiday spirit, plus the trademark En Pointe surprises and fresh elements that audiences have come to expect from the premier classical ballet school. This great holiday event returns on Dec. 16-17, presented by…

Daily Almanac: Nov. 22, 2022

Sunrise/Sunset:RISE: 7:37 a.m.SET: 5:22 p.m. High/Low Temperatures:HIGH: 51 °FLOW: 26 °F Today is…: • Go For a Ride Day• Humane Society Anniversary Day• Start Your Own Country Day What Happened On This Day: • 1943 Lebanon gains independence from France• 1963 President John F. Kennedy is assassinated Lee Harvey Oswald; Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson…

State Works to Advance Semiconductor Research

Governor Eric J. Holcomb and Secretary of Commerce Brad Chambers joined local officials and business executives yesterday in Odon to break ground on a new microelectronics campus at WestGate@Crane Technology Park that will power the growth of Indiana’s semiconductor industry. The $84 million development, which has already attracted four semiconductor companies to the state, will…

Police Ramping Up Patrols During Peak Thanksgiving Travel

Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel seasons of the year. AAA is predicting 54.6 million people will be heading out for the holiday. Of those, nearly 49 million will be traveling by car, a rebound to almost pre-pandemic levels. This time of year is also associated with higher drinking rates, which combined with the…

Traveling for the Holidays? ‘Waterproof’ Your Home Before Leaving

For many, the holiday season includes travel, whether it is to join a family gathering or enjoy a holiday vacation. These traditional holiday trips stand to amplify an already growing travel demand. The U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics* reports that for July 2022, the number of people boarding a U.S. airline plane for domestic or…

Diego Morales, Indiana’s Next Elections Chief, Faces Vote Fraud Reports. Could Legal Action Follow?

By Leslie Bonilla Muñiz Diego Morales might have easily clinched the Secretary of State race, but his future is clouded by allegations of 2018 voting improprieties reminiscent of another Indiana elections chief convicted of voter fraud. Lawyers and election experts — including the special prosecutor who handled former Secretary of State Charlie White’s case in…

Westfield Education Foundation Receives Grant from Duke Energy

The Westfield Education Foundation was the recipient of a $15,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation to support the building of a wetland project housed at Shamrock Springs Elementary School. Called the Shamrock Outdoor Learning Lab, the 7-acre plot of wetland is being transformed into an educational green space to help students and community members…

Riverview Health Foundation Shaken, Not Stirred Event Raises Over $200K

Riverview Health Foundation hosted Shaken, Not Stirred, a black-tie affair on Oct. 28 to benefit the acute inpatient rehabilitation unit at Riverview Health. Over 260 attendees enjoyed a fun-filled evening with casino style games, magicians, musicians and learned of the need to update and renovate the current acute inpatient rehabilitation unit. American Structurepoint was the…