Habitat auction raises money for complete home
Funds for an entire house were raised during Habitat for Humanity of Boone County's annual fundraiser, held Saturday at the Golf Club of Indiana. "It was a wonderful evening," said Alan Townsend, president of HHBC's board of directors. "We're overwhe
Y aims to grow Firecracker tournament
The Witham Family YMCA is hoping to see a jump in participation in this year's 22nd annual Firecracker Classic basketball tournament, after a few years of low turnouts, said Evan Daniluck of the Y. "We're looking to try to get the tournament back to
County seeks poll workers for primary election
Poll workers representing the Democratic and Republican parties are being sought for the May 6 primary election, Boone County Clerk Penny Bogan said. Workers must be registered to vote in Boone County, Bogan said. "We can use 16-year-olds, but they m
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Dennis P. Smith
Mr. Dennis Paul Smith, 62, of Berea, Ky., formerly of Lebanon, died Wednesday, March 05, 2014, at his home. Mr. Smith was born in Lebanon, to the now late Paul Levere and Ruby Mae Selby Smith. He retired from the Lebanon Utilities as the water treatm
Ralph 'Jack' Stark Jr.
Mr. Ralph "Jack" Stark Jr., 88, died March 3, 2014, in Sun City West, Ariz. He was born June 19, 1925, in Lebanon, to Ralph W. and Naomi E. Stark. Mr. Stark was a retired university professor, having received a Bachelor of Arts education degree and a
William Max Norris
William Max Norris, 92, of Lebanon, passed away March 4, 2014 at his daughter's residence. Born Nov.18, 1921 to the now late Vernon and Agnes Snow (Caldwell) Norris, Max was raised in Thorntown and graduated from Thorntown High School. He served in t
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The following people, with name, age, address, charge and arresting agency, were booked into the Boone County Jail; charges are preliminary and may be changed subject to review by the Boone County Prosecutor's Office. Wednesday, March 5 8:58 p.m. --
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Upset-minded Eagles fall just short against Carmel
NOBLESVILLE - Zionsville gave two-time defending class 4A state champion Carmel absolutely everything it could handle in their opening round IHSAA Sectional match-up at Noblesville on Wednesday night. After losing at home to Carmel by 17 just four w
Tigers' season comes to an end vs. Frankfort
The Lebanon defense was poised to help the Tigers take down sectional favorite Frankfort in the opening round of Sectional 25 Tuesday night. But unfortunately for the Tigers, their offense couldn't help them out. The Tigers shot 34.9 percent from the field and fell to Frankfort 50-37.
DeCoursey makes history at state meet
Zionsville junior Kyle DeCoursey made history Saturday, March 1, at the IHSAA Boys State Swimming Finals at the IUPUI Natatorium. DeCoursey became the first male state champion in Zionsville swimming history, winning the 50-yard freestyle in a time of 20.59.
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Business tax cuts enter House, Senate negotiations
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A package of business tax cuts is on its way to negotiations between Indiana House and state Senate lawmakers following a party-line vote in the Senate. The Senate voted 33-15 Tuesday to advance the package, sending it to a confer
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Polar vortex may prove to be a powerful pesticide
The deep freeze, with arctic blasts from the polar vortex, has put invasive insects on ice in dozens of states. That includes the emerald ash borer, a pretty bug that does ugly things to ecosystems it invades.
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