Some of Boone County’s most well-recognized residents will be hitting the dance floor in celebrity fashion next month for the first-ever Dancing with the Boone County Stars event in the Egyptian Room at the Old National Center in Indianapolis. The event is hosted by Mental Health America of Boone County, and will be a fundraiser for the not-for-profit organization. Mental Health runs the domestic violence emergency shelter, which has been a growing need in the community, said Executive Director Jane Taylor. For more of the story, see Tuesday's Lebanon Reporter.
LCSC unveils new weather alert system
Making a decision about the danger of lightning during athletic events was too large a risk for Phil Levine to bear. So Levine, the athletic director of Lebanon Community School Corp., and Lebanon High School Assistant Principal Michael Reynolds andContinued ...
CFBC prepares for move to Lebanon
The Community Foundation of Boone County will have a new home by Oct. 1, according to President and Chief Executive Officer Jen Pendleton.Continued ...
Budget closeout for 2014
In France, July 14 was Bastille Day. Great fun for the French. In Indiana this year, July 14 was Closeout Day, where the Indiana State Budget Agency summed up the state’s revenues, appropriations and balances for the fiscal year that ended on July 1.Continued ...
WeBo prepares Star Wars-themed show
Western Boone High School will be marching 24 students at the Indiana State Fair Band Day Saturday.
Band Director Brad Hisey said last year’s band also had 24 students participate, so the numbers are staying consistent, Hisey said.Continued ...
Bane-Welker to sponsor youth arena at state fair
CRAWFORDSVILLE — Bane-Welker Equipment is proud to announce that they will be the Official Tractor Sponsor of the Youth Arena and the newly remodeled Coliseum at the 2014 Indiana State Fair. The Case IH Farmall 95C will be used to work the arenas inContinued ...
Lebanon readies for Band Day
LEBANON — The Lebanon High School marching band is preparing for Saturday’s Band Day at the Indiana State Fair with the strongest numbers in recent years.There are 82 students involved in the band this year, said Director Alan Conrad. The number hasContinued ...
WeBo school board mulls over school officer post
The benefits and costs of creating a school resource officer position will be outlined by Boone County Sheriff's Office Major Mike Nielsen and Sgt. Debbie Martin to the Western Boone Community School Corp. board at its August meeting.The board tabledContinued ...
Council approves funds for public safety facility
Funds not to exceed $200,000 were approved by the Lebanon City Council Monday for the new public safety training grounds currently being constructed near the Boone County Sheriff’s Office.Lebanon Police Chief Sam Myers presented the request to the coContinued ...
Two companies receive tax abatements for expansion, revitalization
A Lebanon manufacturing company is expanding for the second time in two years.LT Rich, a local company that manufactures traditional lawn care equipment, received a 10-year traditional tax abatement Monday by the Lebanon City Council for a planned 23Continued ...
David in running for Supreme Court chief
INDIANAPOLIS — State Supreme Court Chief Justice Brent Dickson surprised observers in June when he decided to step down after a brief tenure in the leadership post. Another surprise may be in store when his replacement is named.Continued ...
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