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Saturday, May 23, 2015 9:20 AM

Hamilton County Surveyor Kent Ward will be the featured speaker Thursday at the Sheridan Chamber luncheon.

Ward will speak on the drainage issues and challenges in Hamilton County -- specifically, Sheridan. He will set the record straight on what the county's plan is and what the responsibilities are for storm water mitigation.

Hometown News

  • Memorial Day weekend is always a time to reflect. This year will be no different in Sheridan, or all through Hamilton County.

    Ceremonies will take place on 10 a.m. Saturday at Boxley Cemetery, County Road 9W and 256th Street; 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Union Grove Cemetery, Lamong Road and 216th Street; 11 a.m. Saturday, Spencer Cemetery, Hamilton/Boone County Line Road and 254th Street; 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Crown View Cemetery, Ind. 38 West; noon Saturday, Veteran's Park, 101 E. First St.

     
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  • The Sheridan boys baseball team is only one game away from playing for a sectional championship. 
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  • Bannon & Sons dominated the Sheridan Horseshoe League last week and off to a strong start with three of the four members scoring the high handicap series.

    Sam Gibbons led the way at 394, Jim Lacey was at 371 and Jerry Shook notched a 367.

     
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  • A 12-year dream to produce premium distilled spirits right here in Indiana will finally come true this summer for long
    time friends Steve Specht, Greg Albershardt and Mark Schilling. The doors of the trio’s business venture, Hunt Club Distillery LLC, will be opening on July 1. Awaiting curious visitors is not only an up close look at the distilling process of gin, vodka and cordials but a chance to shop for unique gifts and antiques. 
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  • New twist on estate sales
    People accumulate a lot of stuff.
    Especially, when they’ve lived in the same home for many years.
    Sheridan’s Steve and Tammy Rodgers are downsizing. They’ve already sold their 5,000-square-foot tri-level house and barn on six acres on Jerkwater Road.
    But that still leaves a house full of stuff they’ve accumulated in the home where they’ve lived and raised their three children the last 27 years, during their 39 years of marriage. 
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  • The AHPA Sheridan Last Pitch League kicked off this week with action at Biddle Park. 

    Bannon & Sons led the way with 1350 total points, barely edging out United Feeds and Asphaugh Electric with 1349 points each. O'Reilly Auto Parts was next at 1344 with Team 2 at 1331 and Price Heating with 1314 points.

     
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  • Hannah Donaldson is Sheridan Public Library’s Jobs for American Graduates (JAG) worker. She was chosen as Sheridan High School’s Student of the Month for April. The library celebrated Donaldson’s accomplishment with a “Yum-Yum” cake when she came to work on April 20. 
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  • Legacy Fund Community Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF), has awarded $12,500 to the Hamilton County Youth Assistance Program to expand its programming to Sheridan, the Legacy Fund announced recently. 
    The early-intervention programming was created to help at-risk youth avoid making mistakes that lead to long-term involvement in the county’s legal system. A community campaign, led by Brian Myers, president of Biddle Memorial Foundation, raised and awarded an additional $14,500 in support of the expansion.
     
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Obituaries

  • Harold Macy Gibbs, 96, Lapel, formerly of Lake Placid, Fla., died on Friday morning, May 1, 2015, at Community Hospital in Anderson.
    Born Feb. 22, 1919, in Sheridan, he was the son of the late John H. and Angeline M. (Cobb) Gibbs.
     
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  • Ryan N. Inman, 23, Coupland, Texas, died on Monday, May 11, 2015.
    He was born in Austin, Texas, to Nick E. and Dawn (Nichols) Inman on July 5, 1991.
     
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  • Shirley Ann Inman

    Shirley Ann Inman, 86, Sheridan, died on Wednesday morning, May 13, 2015, at Carmel St. Vincent Hospital.

    Born on July 1, 1928, in Sheridan, she was the daughter of the late Paul Revere and Mary (Newman) Dean. Mrs.

     
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  • Deborah A. (Davis) Hybarger

    Deborah A. (Davis) Hybarger, 61, Sheridan, died at her home on Sunday, May 10, 2015.

    She was born in Carlisle, Pa., on April 26, 1954 to the late Thomas W. and Charlotte (Watkins) Davis.

     
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  • Helen Louise Hottinger, 81, of Sheridan passed away Thursday evening, April 16, 2015, at Riverview Health in Noblesville.

    She was born May 6, 1933, in Boone County to the late Ernest Gerald “Fat” Barrick and Lillian L. (Cloud) Barrick.

     
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  • Phyllis Reddick Manier, 90, of Sheridan, passed away peacefully on Wednesday afternoon, April 29, 2015, at Wellbrooke of Westfield.

    She was born in Lebanon on Oct. 22, 1924, to the late Clarence B. and Edna Mae (Wills) Reddick, and was a proud graduate of Sheridan High School.



     
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  • Benjamin Allan McVey passed away on April 22, 2015.

    He was born in Alexandria, Va. on Sept. 10, 1990 to parents Brose and Carol Anne McVey. In northern Virginia he was near his maternal grandparents, John and Carol Donohue of Denton, Maryland and the extended Donohue family. 

     
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  • Pastor Rodney Walton Dennis

    Pastor Rodney Walton Dennis, 68, Sheridan, died on Sunday, April 26, 2015, at his home.

    He was born on May 30, 1946, to Robert and Doris (Chamberlin) Dennis in Henry County.

     
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  • Beverly Ann House, 70, Noblesville, died Monday, April 27, 2015, at Riverwalk Village at Noblesville.

    She was born Nov. 26, 1944, at Noblesville to Dorotha (Eller) and Gilbert A. Startzman of Cicero. Both parents are deceased.

     
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  • Betty Jean Kekar, 74, Sheridan, died on Tuesday morning, April 28, 2015, at Sheridan Healthcare Center.

    Born Jan. 21, 1941, in Boone County, she was the daughter of the late Harry and Viola (Snyder) Gray.

     
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  • Former Noblesville resident Dorothy Allene “Pog” Stout, 84, died on Saturday, April 25, 2015, at Riverview Health in Noblesville.

    She was born on Feb. 2, 1931, to Cyrus and Eliza (Denny) Watson in Plainfield.
     
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  • Robert L. Rawlings 79, Sheridan, died surrounded by his loving family on Wednesday, April 22, 2015.

    He was born on March 11, 1936, to the late Vern Lee and Esther (Howard) Rawlings in Hamilton County.

     
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County News

  • FISHERS - The women who served during the Civil War, the effect the war had on free blacks in Indiana, and how spies deciphered intercepted messages will be the subjects of short plays, new this year to Conner Prairie's Civil War Days.

    Thousands of visitors will be immersed in the Civil War era as more than 500 re-enactors from throughout the country will help transform Conner Prairie into the 1860s Union and Confederate camps for Civil War Days, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Conner Prairie Interactive History Park, 13400 Allisonville Road, Fishers. 
     
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  • Sheridan News parent company honored
    Sagamore News Media, the company that owns the Sheridan News, the Noblesville Times and Hamilton County Sports Daily, was honored recently by the Crawfordsville / Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce as its Small Business of the Year. 
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  • Here are the voting results for the 2015 May Primary throughout Hamilton County 
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  • Hamilton County Elections Office administrator Kathy Richardson is disappointed at Tuesday's low voter turnout.
    Of the 187,364 registered voters, only 30,186 voted in Hamilton County. Only 16.11 percent. 
    Better than four years ago? 
    Well, yes. In 2011, the voter turnout was 14 percent.
    "It is just disappointing that the turnout's so low, especially on local races. I believe they affect your area, or your community, as much as the president's race, and 85 percent come out and vote for the president," Richardson said.
     
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  • Hamilton County's three mayors shined brightly in the primary.

    Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear is poised to win a historic fourth term while Westfield Mayor Andy Cook won with 2,901 votes, or 60.96 percent against challenger Jeff Harpe who had 1,858 votes, or 39.04 percent. Cook has served two terms as mayor. In Carmel, Mayor James Brainard pulled in 9,584 votes, or 62.74 percent as challenger Rick Sharp earned 5,696 votes, or 37.28 percent. Brainard has served five consecutive terms as the mayor, spanning 20 years. 

     
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  • More than 265 sandbags were handed out to 17 Hamilton County residents on Wednesday night and during the day on Thursday, after county residents were offered free filled sandbags to help prevent possible flood waters.
    Volunteer Jon Baldwin, program coordinator for Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), along with volunteer Dorel Hunt, spent the day on Thursday manning the Hamilton County Emergency Management Agency's sand barn, 1717 Pleasant St., Noblesville. They distributed as many bags, which each weigh about 30 pounds, as residents needed.
    Thirty of the 267 sandbags were picked up Wednesday night with the remaining 237 bags issued Thursday. Residents from Sheridan, Noblesville, Cicero, Fishers and Carmel loaded up anywhere from three to 30 bags per vehicle.
     
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  • INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana State Fair Commission (ISFC) announced Friday that Lesley Gordon is the new media and community relations manager.
    Gordon joins the Commission after three years with the City of Indianapolis; two years in the Department of Public Works and more recently as director of communications for the Parks Department. Along with media relations, Gordon will be leading the ISFC in continued efforts to engage the local community surrounding the Fairgrounds.
     
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  • ZIONSVILLE — Customers of Montgomery Aviation at Indy Exec Airport in Zionsville should expect to see few changes when Eagle Creek Aviation Services takes ownership of the company.

    "Montgomery Aviation has a long history of providing customer service over the last 25 years at Indy Exec Airport as well as their other Indiana locations. They, along with Hamilton County, have grown the airport from a small rural airport to one of Indy's premier general aviation facilities," said Matt Hagans, Eagle Creek Aviation’s CEO. "Our intent is to continue to build upon what has been established."

     
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