Foundation to bring not-for-profits together
The Boone County Community Foundation hopes to bring together all of the not-for-profit organizations in the county next week to inspire each other, communicate with one another, and learn to work together. The inaugural Boone County Nonprofit Summit
Pagano encourages United Way volunteers
A special guest speaker brought a little team spirit to the United Way of Central Indiana's Boone County annual celebration Wednesday morning. Indianapolis Colts Head Coach Chuck Pagano inspired United Way volunteers with stories of teamwork and pers
Two women die in Zionsville crash
Zionsville -- An accident apparently caused when a wheel came off of a vehicle claimed the lives of two women Tuesday afternoon. Zionsville Police Department released the names of the victims Tuesday evening. They are Mika J. Baird, 30, and Lesley Ma
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Susan R. Williams
Susan R. Williams, 67, of Westfield, went to be with God on Friday, April 18, 2014. She was born Nov. 25, 1946, to Herman and Martha (Daniels) Rose in Monticello, Ky. Susan was a dedicated wife, mother and daughter. She was a member of new Life Churc
Richard T. "Rick" Byrkett
Richard T. "Rick" Byrkett, 52, of Seymour, passed away Friday, April 18, 2014, surrounded by family. Born Jan. 21, 1962, in Lebanon, he was the son of LaDonne (Campbell) Woodrum and James Byrkett. He married his high school sweetheart, Dana Wethingto
Clayton P. Nelson
Mr. Clayton Patrick Nelson, 22, of Jamestown, passed away April 12, 2014. Clayton was born Sept. 5, 1991, in Indianapolis, a son of Robert L. and Lori (King) Nelson. He was a 2010 graduate of Western Boone Jr.-Sr. High School and had attended Ball St
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Boone Beat for April 24, 2014
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, April 23 1:21 p.m. --
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Tiger tennis falls to Crawfordsville
The Crawfordsville tennis team traveled east to Lebanon Wednesday afternoon and left happy. The Athenians topped the Tigers 5-0 in a Sagamore Conference match-up.
Zionsville lacrosse remains unbeaten in conference play
After a slow start to the game, the Zionsville boys lacrosse team turned it on in the second half against Noblesville Wednesday night. The Eagles scored 13 goals in the second half and topped the Millers 17-9, moving to a perfect 3-0 in the Hoosier Crossroads Lacrosse Conference.
Tigers jump in front early, cruise to win
The Lebanon softball team saw its offense explode in the first inning Tuesday evening against Frankfort. And even though the offense stalled in the later innings, the 7-run first inning was more than enough in an 8-1 win against the Hot Dogs.
- Tiger tennis falls to Crawfordsville
Indiana to pay more for low-income child care
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana child care providers are being offered additional money if they show improvement in the quality of their care for low-income children. The Family and Social Services Administration says that for the first time a funding bo
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A 'wearable robot' helps her walk again
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