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Couple faces neglect charges

GREENFIELD — A Greenfield couple faces seven criminal counts, collectively, amid allegations they neglected their three young children. David and Jessica Nulliner of Greenfield are accused of placing…
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Theater company presenting musical

The Ricks-Weil Theatre Company will be presenting “Baby the Musical!” next month. Performances are scheduled for Aug. 3-4 and Aug. 10-11 at 7:30 p.m., and Aug. 12 at 2:30 p.m. at the H.J. Ricks Centr…
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Secretary of State to tour the state educating citizens on investment fraud

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson will travel the state educating citizens on investment fraud using a variation on BINGO. The game is designed to educate Hoosiers on how to avo…
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Hospital plans car seat clinic

Hancock Regional Hospital’s car seat program will be holding a car seat clinic at the Hancock County Community Night on July 25 from 4:30-8:30 p.m. at the fairgrounds. he event will be staffed by sev…
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A Fulbright future

NEW PALESTINE — Sarah Pearson became not only part of the 179th graduating class of 2018 from DePauw University this spring, she’s also earned another honor, one that will take her out of the country…
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Greenfield author publishes children’s book

Staff Reports GREENFIELD — A local author, Donna Griffin, recently released a children’s book, a collaboration with Indianapolis Star cartoonist Gary Varvel. “Old Whiskers Escapes!” tells the true st…
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Case declared a mistrial

GREENFIELD — The hours ticked by without any decision. A jury of 12 Hancock County residents told a judge Thursday night they could not decide whether 55-year-old Terrell Gibson of Greenfield was gui…
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Fortville exhibit celebrates “Fading Skylines”

Staff Reports FORTVILLE — The Main Street Arts and Music Festival in historic downtown Fortville plans a popup art gallery event celebrating Indiana’s agrarian history. “Fading Skylines,” held 5 to 7…
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Course teaches suicide intervention tactics

GREENFIELD — Colleen Moore wanted to know how often to keep checking in when someone struggling is on her mind. Moore, a volunteer with The Landing Place, a youth-focused support group, wondered, if …
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Master Gardeners to host meeting

The Hancock County Master Gardeners are hosting their monthly meeting at 6:30 p.m. on July 26. The meeting will be at the Hancock Extension Office, located at the county fairgrounds. The meeting is o…
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Paddling With Your Kids How To Get Started

Whether you head out for a day across the bay or a jaunt into the wilds for a week-long adventure, paddling is one of the best outdoor activities you can do with your kids. Add water to your children…
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Victim takes stand in molest case

GREENFIELD — A boy told a Hancock County jury Wednesday that he’d once sent threatening text messages to a Greenfield man “to scare him” after his friend confided that she’d been sexually abused by t…
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Nonprofits benefit from unrestricted funds

HANCOCK COUNTY — The Hancock County Community Foundation recently granted some $175,000 in funds to more than 40 nonprofit organizations through its annual spring grant cycle. The spring cycle draws …
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Community night set at fairgrounds

Community night set this month at fairgrounds A free event for the entire community is set for later this month. Hancock County Community Night is slated to run from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, J…
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Pitch Night

GREENFIELD — As Mayor Chuck Fewell handed a shining plaque to Lauren Zych, announcing her as the winner of Greenfield Main Street’s first-ever pitch night competition, the 24-year-old held back tears…
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