Farmers’ market returns to city
Two years ago when Lebanon’s farmers’ market ceased, Bethany Deaton said she kept hearing people use one thing as a reason — “Well, we’re not Zionsville.”
Big projects nearing completion at LHS
The Lebanon High School auditorium does not exist any longer, Lebanon schools’ Director of Resource and Operation Bob Ross told the school board Tuesday.
“It’s empty, a hollow shell,” he said at Tuesday’s board meeting. “The last of the seats were taken out today.”
Eagles providing aid to victims
Local groups are doing legitimate work to help victims of a catastrophic tornado in Moore, Okla., while authorities are warning that scammers quickly began trying to take advantage of the tragedy.
- Farmers’ market returns to city
Deborah Sue Orosco
Mrs. Deborah Sue Orosco, 59, of Jamestown, died Thursday, May 23, 2013, at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis.
Helen Ruth Mansholt
Mrs. Helen Ruth Mansholt, 79, of Lebanon, died Thursday, May 23, 2013, at Westminster Village North in Indianapolis.
Patricia (Pat) Bankert
Patricia (Pat) Bankert, 75, of Zionsville, passed away on May 21, 2013. She was born in Indianapolis.
- Deborah Sue Orosco
Boone Beat for May 25, 2013
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.
- Boone Beat for May 24, 2013
- Boone Beat for May 23, 2013
- Boone Beat for May 25, 2013
Tigers 4-peat as sectional champs
t was a different year and different roster, but it was the same result for the Lebanon Tigers softball team — a sectional championship.
Zionsville falls just short of title
The Zionsville softball team showed once again that they could hang with some of the best teams in the state Friday night when they faced sixth-ranked Hamilton Southeastern in the sectional final.
Mounties stun Stars with late-inning rally
For 5 1/2 innings Thursday night, the Western Boone Stars were well on their way to making it to the sectional semifinals.
- Tigers 4-peat as sectional champs
State won’t use free lunch program as poverty indicator
Indiana is changing the way it counts low-income students in public schools because Republican legislators suspect fraud in the federal school-lunch program used to measure poverty.
- Report: State is both ‘leader and laggard’
- Indiana’s high school grad rate continues upward
- Schools chief Ritz on fast learning curve
- Out of office, Lugar shuns retirement
- State won’t use free lunch program as poverty indicator
Twitter introduces website security tool after AP account hacked
Twitter is adding a new security tool to its website, making it harder for outsiders to gain access to accounts, a month after a false posting triggered a stock-market decline.
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