Category: Cover Stories

Portraying Jesus, Clayton Jennings carries the Widow of Nain's son, whom he brought back to life. In 1994, Jennings played the boy being carried. (Submitted photo) 0

Power play

Behold the Lamb celebrates silver anniversary of Easter musical drama In 1991, director Lisa Jennings led a cast and choir of 30 in an Easter cantata at Harbour Shores Church, 8011 E. 216th St....

Bill Prater of Kirk Hardware is one of the few places in the county that offers screen and window repair. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

Nailed a niche

Kirk Hardware’s history of serving residents dates back to 1889 It was a typical Saturday afternoon at Kirk Hardware, Inc. in downtown Noblesville. A customer walks in and owner Bill Prater greets him with...

"How Do I Say Goodbye" is the first song singer Sonsee Cloud, left, and guitarist Randy Martin wrote together. (Photo by Robert Herrignton) 0

Heart of Gold

Sonsee Cloud releases her emotional debut single to help others dealing with loss “Anybody that has had someone pass, it’s going to hit them.” Bobbie Dill, senior regent at the Noblesville Moose Lodge, said...

Dr. Joe Forgey inspects the mouth of Yacine Fall at Pediatric Dentistry of Noblesville on Feb. 23. (Photos by Robert Herrington) 0

All smiles

For almost 40 years, Dr. Joe Forgey has made Noblesville children’s teeth brighter, healthier Dr. Joe Forgey estimates than in his job at Pediatric Dentistry of Noblesville, he’s seen or had his hands in...

Noblesville resident Charles Warren began collecting coins in high school and has continued his passion until today. (Photos by Robert Herrington) 0

Mint condition

USAF veteran Charles Warren shares currency collection, history with youth For 38 years, Noblesville resident Charles Warren served in the United States Air Force on active and reserve duty. For the past 50 years...

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Pin pals

Bowling league helps retirees stay active, social in golden years By Mark Ambrogi Helen Nelson has been bowling for many years and she’ll be the first to admit she hasn’t improved much. But it...

NHS junior Zack Baker assists Jacquelyn Brooks with her smartphone during a Tech Team session at the Noblesville library. (Photos by Robert Herrington) 0

Student teachers

High schoolers assist senior citizens with new technology, gadgets By Mark Robinson The ever-evolving world of technology can be overwhelming to anyone. Personal computers, smartphones, tablets, applications are constantly changing, with newer, better, more...

Residents and city officials have identified focus areas within the neighborhood in need of beautification and improvement. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

Southwest Quad

Residents, city make plans to revitalize historic neighborhood For the first time in its history, the City of Noblesville is undertaking the revitalization of an entire neighborhood – the Southwest Quad. The neighborhood, whose...

After 10 years of playing professional ball, Wes Whisler now runs a baseball academy at The Strike Zone in Fishers. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

Throwing aces

After playing in the majors, 2001 Mr. Baseball and NHS grad Wes Whisler returns home to help young ball players By Mark Ambrogi Wes Whisler’s major league career might have spanned just two weeks,...

Bethany Robinson directs one of her three jazz bands in Noblesville High School’s new performing arts classrooms. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 1

A sweet note

Noblesville High School teacher Bethany Robinson named Indiana Jazz Educator of the Year As a sixth grader, Drew Ahlbrand began his musical career in Bethany Robinson’s concert band. Now, the Noblesville High School sophomore...