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Worship leader releases album
Molly Keller, worship leader at Plainfield Christ Fellowship, recently released a self-titled album.
Riding the high seas
Not many U.S. Navy ships served in both the Atlantic and Pacific theaters of World War II.
One shell of a good time
INDIANAPOLIS — The slowest spectacle in sports returned for a 33rd consecutive year this week as the Zoopolis 500 Tortoise Race was held at the Indianapolis Zoo.
Memorial Day ceremonies set
Representatives of the Danville American Legion Post 118 have a full morning planned for Memorial Day, May 27.
Tornado touches down in North Salem
The National Weather Service confirmed a touchdown of two Enhanced Fujita (EF)-0 level tornadoes Tuesday morning, one in Hendricks County and one in neighboring Putnam County.
Flea market opens in Hendricks County
DANVILLE – When Lee Stichter and his sister Glenda Fouts opened their first flea market six years ago, they had no idea they would one day own multiple stores throughout Central Indiana.
Legislature had little taste for alcohol bills
INDIANAPOLIS — When it comes to alcohol, the 2013 legislative session may be marked more by what it didn’t do to boost booze sales than what it did.
Plainfield resident competes for scholarship
After weeks of public voting for the Top Teen Talent Scholarship, finalists have been chosen to pack up their knives and travel to North Carolina to compete for a full-tuition scholarship to The Chef’s Academy, the culinary division of Harrison College.
Wounded veteran gets a new home
ANDERSON — Tim Senkowski is looking forward to eating Thanksgiving dinner with his family in his new home.
Rose-Hulman brings technology to Hope Haven
COATESVILLE – There was a special celebration in the southeast corner of Hendricks County earlier this week as the staff at Hope Haven Horse Farm showed off some new therapy equipment designed and created by students from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.
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