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James Eston “Sonny” Pedigo

January 20, 2022

Aug. 14, 1960 James Eston “Sonny” Pedigo, 61, Pendleton, passed away at his home. He was born on Aug. 14, 1960 to the late James and Eva Mae (Watson) Pedigo in Noblesville, Ind. Mr. Pedigo was a graduate of Westfield…

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Rep. Baird introduces bill to prevent catalytic converter thefts

January 20, 2022

Today, Rep. Jim Baird (IN-04) introduced the Preventing Auto Recycling Thefts (PART) Act, which aims to reduce catalytic converter thefts by marking identifying information on catalytic converters, addressing how the parts are purchased, and strengthening enforceability of catalytic converter theft…

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Nickel Plate Arts features Carmel artist, Jerry Mannell

January 20, 2022

Creativity has been the unifying backbone of Jerry Mannell’s professional career. A Fine Arts and English Literature major in college, Jerry combined his love of visual and written stories into a career as a graphic designer, working for an ad…

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Purdue U: the cradle of quarterbacks, pride of Indiana

January 20, 2022

Even during the darkest times in Purdue football history (see: Hazell, Darrell. Also see: Akers, Fred), Boilermaker fans and administration could point with pride to the Cradle of Quarterbacks. There’s even a section on the school’s athletic website (purduesports.com) devoted…

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Indiana K-12 school enrollment grows for 2021-2022 school year

January 20, 2022

The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) today released data on school enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year. Enrollment in Indiana’s public and accredited non-public schools has grown to 1.12 million students, a modest increase from the previous school year. “With…

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Indiana Donor Network transplants more organs in 2021 than ever before

January 20, 2022

Despite the pandemic’s challenges in 2021, Indiana Donor Network pushed boundaries and demonstrated it is a catalyst for innovation as it transplanted more organs and saved more lives than any time in its 34-year history. As the federally designated organ…

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Hoosier writers to speak around the state and offer writing workshops as part of Indiana Authors Awards Programs

January 20, 2022

More than 30 organizations will host Indiana authors during 2022 as part of a statewide speakers program and writing workshop program offered through the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Awards. Category winners and shortlisted authors from the 2020 awards…

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Thank You from Beta Epsilon Chapter of Tri Kappa

January 20, 2022

The Beta Epsilon Chapter of Tri Kappa in Noblesville would like to say a big THANK YOU to the community of Noblesville and beyond for the generous donations to the Red Stocking Fund during the 2021 Christmas season. Last year…

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Number, please…

January 20, 2022

I’d like to share a few numbers with you: 4927262920202826 5736282018082727 9284748495483838 These are some of the tracking numbers for the Christmas gifts I bought online over the past few months. I copied and pasted the figures into the UPS…

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Community First Bank of Indiana announces recent promotions

January 20, 2022

Robb Blume, President & CEO of Community First Bank of Indiana, is pleased to announce the following promotions for the team serving in Hamilton County: Carlonda Davis has been promoted to Vice President, Human Resources Director/DE&I Officer. She has 4…

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