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Headline: Meet your teacher: Molly Haas

Grade/school: Fifth grade, Promise Road Elementary Special professional accomplishments/experiences: “Upon completing my Bachelor of Arts Degree in Elementary Education from Purdue University, I was privileged to become a teacher for Noblesville Schools, which is...

Mayor John Ditslear and his wife, the Rev. Teri Ditslear, lead the crowd in prayer. (Submitted photo)

Mayor holds 12th Prayer Breakfast

On May 5, Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear held his 12th annual Prayer Breakfast at White River Christian Church to benefit the Hamilton Co. Sheriff’s Office Chaplaincy Program.

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SAN DIEGO (May 6, 2016) - USS Makin Island (LHD 8) Commanding Officer Capt. Jon P. Rodgers congratulates Airman Sydney Thrasher, from Noblesville, Indiana, on be coming Makin Island's Blue Jacket of the Quarter for second quarter 2016 during an all hands call in the ship's hangar bay.  Makin Island is home-ported in San Diego.  (U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Nick Cerilli/Released)

Noblesville native wins Navy honor

USS Makin Island (LHD 8) Commanding Officer Capt. Jon P. Rodgers congratulates Airman Sydney Thrasher of Noblesville on becoming Makin Island’s Blue Jacket of the Quarter for second quarter 2016 during an all-hands call...

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Opinion: Cheating cheaters

Commentary by Terry Anker If cheaters never prosper, why do they seem to win almost every time? Take the high road. Turn the other cheek. It can be tough to listen quietly as others...

The Parliament Building in Budapest, Hungary. (Photo by Don Knebel)

Column: Budapest, a city on the Danube

Presumably because Hungary does not figure much into U.S. political or religious history, far fewer Americans visit Budapest than London, Paris or Rome. That is unfortunate. Budapest is one of the world’s great cities,...

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Opinion: Block of ages

Commentary by Dick Wolfsie  This is my 800th column. I started writing for newspapers in the year 2000, one article every week for 16 years. I have never missed a deadline. The 800th is always the...

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Opinion: Two-wheeled road trip

Commentary by Danielle Wilson For the life of me, I could not think of anything to write about this week until I spent two and a half hours on a bike, cycling through the...

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Opinion: Who are you? Study tells us

We recently were handed the results of our latest round of commissioned marketplace research. SMARI, Inc. of Carmel did the heavy lifting for us, and we’ve learned even more about what people want in...