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Hometown News

  • Noblesville CVS robbed

    Noblesville Police Department is investigating a robbery that occurred at 5:02 p.m. Monday at the CVS Pharmacy, 111 Lakeview Dr. in Noblesville. 

    Initial information alleges that a subject came into the store and presented a note to employees in the pharmacy. As a result, employees provided the suspect with items from the pharmacy and the suspect fled the scene, according to Noblesville Police Lt. Bruce Barnes, the department's public information officer.

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  • Mike Harwood remembered as a good man and leader

    Michael Harwood cared deeply for his family, his friends and his Sheridan community. And he made a difference in other people’s lives.

    The former Sheridan Police and Fire Commissioner and Sheridan Town Council member of 13 years was “well-respected,” a “hard worker” and stood “for what is right.”

    “He gave his all to whatever he was involved in,” said Brian Harwood, 41, Sheridan, who also called his father, “stubborn,” yet “supportive” and “proud.”

    Michael Allen Harwood, who was born on Christmas Day in 1953 in Noblesville, died on Monday at Riverview Health after a battle with health issues. He was 62. 

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  • Sheridan kicks off bicentennial
    Sheridan kicked off its celebration of the 2016 State of Indiana Bicentennial Year by reading a proclamation to the public at noon on Dec. 11.
    The town then added the state Bicentennial Flag to the flag pole in front of the Town Hall, 506 S. Main St., Sheridan.
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  • What to do in case of school shooter
    Sheridan and the surrounding communities are learning how to prevent and create response to avoid an active shooter situation.
    Indiana State Police’s free public forum on Tuesday at the Sheridan Community Center offered a good start.
    Indiana State Police officers Jonathan Caddell and senior trooper John Perrine, a Sheridan High School graduate, gave a presentation about prevention and tips to stay safe in case of an active shooter situation to a room of nearly 100 people. 
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  • Rotary helps Mama's Cupboard
    Members of the Sheridan Rotary Club gathered in November to pack holiday food boxes for Mama’s Cupboard, a Sheridan-based community charity. The Rotarians, as well as several other local organizations, annually participate in this charitable venture to help families in our community.
    It is fitting for Sheridan Rotary to participate in this work because all across the world Rotarians are busy helping others succeed. The object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and, in particular, to encourage and foster. By helping others right here in Sheridan we foster a sense of community not only among our members but all throughout our community.
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  • Rotary gets visit from Chairwoman
    The Sheridan Rotary club was honored to receive a visit recently from Dottie Hancock, chairman of the central Indiana Rotary District 6560 Rotary Foundation. 
    Hancock presented the club with information regarding the goals and achievements of the Foundation which is dedicated to educational, health and humanitarian projects throughout the world.
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  • The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a single vehicle fatal crash that occurred shortly after 8 a.m. on Thursday.

    Deputies were dispatched to the 22800 block of Mule Barn Road, just south of Sheridan, on a report of a vehicle inverted in a field.
    Responding officers found a blue Chrysler PT Cruiser on its left side in a hay field. Witnesses at the crash scene said the vehicle was travelling southbound on Mule Barn Road when it crossed the center line and ran through several yards before hitting a tree, rolling over, and landing on its side.

    The driver of the vehicle, identified as James E. Gallimore, 59, Sheridan, was pinned inside the vehicle when first responders arrived. Gallimore succumbed to his injuries at the scene before he could be extricated from the vehicle.

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  • Rotary gets visit from dignitary

    Sheridan Rotary was honored to receive a visit recently form Dottie Hancock who is the chair of the central Indiana Rotary District 6560 Rotary Foundation. Hancock presented the club with information regarding the goals and achievements of the Foundation which is dedicated to educational, health and humanitarian projects throughout the world.

    Also featured at the club’s most recent meeting was the induction of Sheridan resident Clifford Biddle into club membership. Cliff was the second new member within the past few weeks. His nephew Chris Adams was inducted into membership 2 weeks ago. Congratulations to Cliff and welcome to Sheridan Rotary.

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Obituaries

  • David Michael Biddle, 65, Sheridan, died on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016.

    He was born on March 4, 1950, to the late Van and Helen (McAvory) Biddle in Lebanon.

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  • Chester “Chet” L. Phifer, 87, Atlanta, Ind., passed away Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016, at Sheridan Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center in Sheridan.

    He was born Sept. 2, 1928, in Atlanta, Ind., to Claude and Bonnie (Hiatt) Phifer.

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  • Julie Ann Sutton, 45,Sheridan, passed away Monday morning, Jan. 25, 2016, surrounded by her family at Riverview Health in Noblesville.

    She was born July 30, 1970 in Indianapolis to Donald J. Smith and the late Linda Ann (Hopper) Smith-Spears.

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  • Former Sheridan resident Frank “Tony” Minnich, 61, Springville, Ind., passed away Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 12, 2016, at IU Health Bloomington Hospital.

    Born Aug. 12, 1954, he was the son of the late Jerry and Georgianne (Talbert) Minnich.

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  • Martha June Land, 89, Sheridan, passed away Saturday evening, Jan. 16, 2016, at Riverview Health in Noblesville.

    She was born in Cicero, Ind. on June 7, 1926 to the late Luther O. and Esther May (Scherer) Clifford.

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  • Miranda Mae Lynn Dwigans, 38, Sheridan, passed away Friday morning, Jan. 15, 2016, at University Hospital in Indianapolis.

    She was born Sept. 26, 1977 in Frankfort, Ind., to Robert R. Mullins, Sr. and Ruby Mullins.

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  • Jason Alan Gore, 34, Lapel, passed away Monday, Jan. 4, 2016, at Community Hospital North in Indianapolis.

    He was born on Oct. 3, 1981, in Anderson, to David and Donna K. (Carter) Gore.
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  • Janet L. Land

    Janet L. Land, 73, Carmel, passed away Dec. 24, 2015, at St. Vincent Hospital.

    She was born July 22, 1942 to the late Dennis and Fern Finch.

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  • Michael Allen Harwood, 62, Sheridan, passed away Monday afternoon, Jan. 4, 2016, at Riverview Health in Noblesville.

    He was born Dec. 25, 1953 in Noblesville to Billie Junior and Virginia M. (Jennings) Harwood.

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  • Anna Marie Kinkead

    Anna Marie Kinkead, 48, Sheridan, passed away Friday, Jan. 1, 2016, at Riverview Health in Noblesville.

    She was born on Feb. 3, 1967, in Lebanon, to Jerry W. "Smiley" and Beverly I (Mulder) Kinkead.

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  • Reba Watson, 75, Oxford, passed away Thursday, Dec. 24, 2015, at Sheridan Healthcare Center.

    She was born on June 3, 1940, in Co-Op, Ky., the daughter of the late John and Delia (Bell) Slaven.

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County News

  • There is something for everyone at the 2016 Hamilton County Soil & Water Conservation District annual meeting and winter workshop.

    The public is invited to the half-day program, which is 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Feb. 18 at the Hamilton County 4-H Exhibition Center, 2003 E. Pleasant St., Noblesville.

    Participants can meet with exhibitors between educational sessions and partake in a meal and learn about grain-bin entrapment and rescue, self-propelled sprayers, urban wildlife, and cover crops for gardens, said Mark McCauley, the district's resource conservationist.

    A short business meeting will allow county residents to vote for SWCD board supervisors, hear about the district's successes in 2015 and recognize conservation partners that went above and beyond last year.

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  • WESTFIELD —Main Street Production’s new show, “The Legend of Sally B” by Marsha Grant opened Friday (Jan. 29) and continues weekends through Feb. 14 at Westfield Playhouse, 1836 W. Ind. 32, Westfield.
    Show times are 7:30 p.m. Jan. 29. 30 and Feb. 5, 6, 12 and 13; and 2:30 p.m. Feb. 7 and 14.
    The play is locally directed by Karen Webster. The contemporary fantasy is by playwright Marsha Grant, a retired teacher in Indianapolis who taught for 25 years in the Communication Studies Department at IUPUI.
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  • County Judge eyes Supreme Court seat

    Hamilton Superior Court Judge Steve Nation is among 30 candidates to apply for an upcoming Indiana Supreme Court vacancy of Justice Brent E. Dickson, who retires on April 29. Dickson has served as a judicial branch leader for 30 years.

    Nation has been serving Hamilton County continuously since 1979 and has been a Noblesville resident since 1977.

    When he's not in the courtroom, he is engaged in the community with the Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville and Hamilton County United Way. 

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  • County gets new Extension wellness coordinator

    Gloria DelGreco is the new Community Wellness Coordinator for the Purdue Extension Nutrition Education Program, serving Hamilton, Hancock, and Marion Counties.

    Community Wellness Coordinators improve nutrition and health in limited resource communities statewide by concentrating on the program's five focus areas: diet quality, physical activity, food security, food safety and food resource management. One of DelGreco's primary goals is to make the healthy choice the easy choice for local residents. 

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  • LEBANON – Design Build Solutions, LLC of Lebanon, has won “Best Of Customer Service” on Houzz, the leading platform for home remodeling and design. The 14-year old design firm was chosen by the more than 35 million monthly unique users that comprise the Houzz community from among more than one million active home building, remodeling and design industry professionals.
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  • With temperatures dropping for the first time this winter, and chilly temperatures expected for the next week, Indiana State Fire Marshal Jim Greeson is advising caution with space heaters and other forms of alternative heating, as well as a review of smoke alarms.

    “Strongly consider other options before using alternative heating,” says Greeson. “Add insulation or other heat-capturing barriers to window and doors. Wearing warmer clothes and adding blankets will also help with comfort. If you must use space heaters or other forms of alternative heating, take precautions.”

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  • Throughout the entire month of February, the Frankfort Community Public Library has an exhibition entitled: “Distinctive Visions: Art in Photography” presented by Robert Anderson and Ron Mellott. The goal is to show how a shared passion for photography and commonality in subject matter, by photographers from different backgrounds, training, life experiences and utilizing different photographic ‘tools’ create beautiful, compelling images derived from their distinctive visions.
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  • The state of Indiana has seen a decline in the number of deaths related to fires, a figure that dropped from 84 in 2014 down to 73 for 2015. The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) Division of Fire and Building Safety is praising local first responders across the state for their efforts in working to make Hoosiers more safe.

    “While we never want to see anyone injured or killed in a fire, we’re encouraged to see that fewer people were affected this year,” said Indiana State Fire Marshal Jim Greeson. “We applaud the first responders throughout the state who have worked tirelessly, day and night, to not only protect those in danger, but also to better educate their communities on fire safety.”

    In an effort to better protect Hoosiers, local departments across the state have continued to make smoke detectors available to their communities. 
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