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From left: Curt Osweiler of Express Employment Professionals; Noblesville Chamber of Commerce President Bob DuBois; Ray Adler, attorney; Greg Goff, vice president of Community First Bank; Casey Arnold, vice president of Community First Bank; Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear; Community First Bank President Robb Blume; Jannell Bunnell, loan assistant at Community First Bank; Craig Huffman, Community First Bank CFO; and Vance Hodges, vice president of Community First Bank. (Submitted photos) 0

Community First Bank opens its doors

Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear joined Community First Bank of Indiana President and CEO Robb Blume and his employees for the grand opening of a Loan Production Office in Noblesville July 16. “We have been doing...

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Column: Medicare celebrates 50th birthday

Commentary by Bob Adams On July 30, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Medicare and Medicaid programs into law. Thus was the beginning of the CMS, or the Center for Medicare and Medicaid...

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Obituary: Tracey Bish

Tracey Bish, 49, Noblesville, died July 16, at home. She was born on April 26, 1966 to Robert and Betty (Laudick) Williams in Indianapolis. Tracey was a very loving and devoted mother. She was...

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Obituary: Donna Barker

Donna Barker, 73, Cicero, died July 20 at Riverview Health in Noblesville. She was born Dec. 18, 1941 to Donald and Lena (Cheesman) Ketring in Preble County, Ohio. Donna co-owned Family Vacations Travel Agency...

Theo Hicks, lead; David Zimmerman, tenor; Kohl Kitzmiller, baritone and his brother Kyle Kitzmiller, bass make up the quartet Instant Classic. (Submitted photo) 0

Snapshot: Instant Classic takes the gold

  The Indianapolis Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society was well represented at this year’s Barbershop Harmony Society’s International Convention, held in Pittsburgh, Penn. earlier this month. Circle City Sound, Indiana’s Premier Chorus placed...

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Boys & Girls Club gets new tablets for kids

By Alexandria Eady The Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville has partnered with Heartland Residential Services to provide 35 new computer tablets for the use of the children involved in after school programs. Through...