Lebanon — Lebanon High School FFA members joined the Lebanon Lions Club Wednesday evening at the Lions' annual picnic at Lebanon Memorial Park. The two groups came together to enjoy each other’s company and eat fried chicken. The FFA members helped the Lions earlier in the year with the hoagie sale, McConnaha said, so they invited them to the picnic as a thank-you.
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.”Continued ...
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.Continued ...
“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.Continued ...
Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for seniors and students, and reservations can be made by calling 765-894-5587.Continued ...
Lebanon staff ponders curriculum questions
Lebanon teachers and administrators are facing some frustrations surrounding curriculum and state assessments right now in the early elementary grades.Continued ...
Boone County Clerk announces proposed vote center locations
Boone County voters would go to only eight different locations in the 2014 elections if a vote center plan is adopted by the Boone County Election Board.Continued ...
Storm damages homes, downs trees
At least two Lebanon homes were struck by falling trees Tuesday morning in a storm that also knocked out power to hundreds of Zionsville-area residents.Continued ...
Vet knew career path since childhood
Veterinarian Dr. Devin Kistler had her career planned when she was 7 or 8.Continued ...
Watching her father, the late Dr. Mark Cunningham, take care of cats and dogs as she was growing up put Dr. Kistler on the path to veterinary medicine.
Parents learn more details of new LHS technology program
Parents of Lebanon High School students came filled with questions Wednesday evening to a parent meeting on the school’s new 1:1 technology initiative, which will place a new Macbook Air laptop computer in the hands of each student this fall.Continued ...
VIDEO: 12 taken to area hospitals after school bus rolls
Five elementary-aged special needs children and their caretakers escaped serious injury Thursday after the school bus that was carrying them drove into the median of I-65 and rolled before coming to a stop.Continued ...
- Farmers’ market returns to city