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Obituary: Anthony “Tony” Jacob Brock

Anthony “Tony” Jacob Brock, 21, of Noblesville, died Nov. 20, 2014 at Riverview Health in Noblesville. Born Oct. 18, 1993, he was the son of Daniel and Darlene (Murray) Brock. He was a 2012...

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Snapshot: Veterans Day

Noblesville hosted its Veterans Day ceremony at 11 a.m. Nov. 11 at War Monument at the Hamilton County Courthouse Square. The ceremony was put on by the American Legion Post No. 45 and Veteran...

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The Ville serves up opening, tasty meals

Mayor John Ditslear joined Keith and Raquel Brooks and their friends and family for the ribbon cutting of The Ville, 101 N. 10th St., on Nov. 13. The newest restaurant in downtown Noblesville is...

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Meet your teacher, Kim Small

Kim Small teaches first grade at Noble Crossing Elementary. She earned her teaching degree from Purdue University and her master’s from Indiana Wesleyan University. Small is co-coach of the school’s Spell Bowl team with...

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Opinion: Hear us now, believe us later

Random thoughts while anticipating the full-fledged kickoff of the holiday season, even though it has been under celebration in certain mass retailers since, oh, about Aug. 17: •We were taken to task last week...

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Talk on brutal Civil War battle set

By Mark Ambrogi It’s been nearly 150 years since the Battle of Franklin, but it still stands out for its brutality. “For moments, hours and considering the numbers engaged, it’s the bloodiest battle in...