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From left: Judi Johnson, Chris Owens, Mayor John Ditslear, Dr. Christopher Prather, John Rafferty, Toshia Copas, Harpreet Kaur, Bob DuBois, Brad Dahlager and Paul McKinney. (Submitted photos) 0

Optometrist sets up shop in hometown

By Alexandria Eady Since its official opening in February, Prather Family Eyecare has grown as a local healthcare business with more to offer than meets the eye. The Noblesville-based optometry office is open to...

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Column: Partners SERVE Noblesville

Commentary by Cindy Benedict Boy, do you ever despair that the world is going crazy and people don’t care about each other?  I do almost every day after listening to the news.  But hold...

From left, Kim Burr, Chris Sorensen, Debbie Laird, VP of development and transportation, Janus, Linda Turner, Lt. Governor Sue Ellsperman, Rusty Gasper, Bill Parker and Alex Cripe, doorways team leader, Janus. (Submitted photo) 0

New Janus president encourages growth

By Anna Skinner Janus Developmental Services, a business providing onsite and assistance programs and services to adults with developmental disability seeking employment out in the community, just elected a new president. Christina Sorensen has...

Judy Gilday (left), and Linda Leier enjoy some of the new recreation programs geared toward women’s golf. (Submitted photo) 0

Noblesville to offer new rec programs

The Noblesville Parks Department has announced new recreational programs for all ages. They include: • Intro to FootGolf: Free with a purchase of play at 6 p.m. May 21 and 3 p.m. May 31....

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2015 Noblesville Primary Election results

NOBLESVILLE RESULTS—FINAL Mayor M. Corbett—41.62% (2256 votes) J. Ditslear—58.38% (3164 votes)   City Court Judge G. Caldwell—48.24% (2446 votes) P. Pacior—15.97% (810 votes) T. Parker—35.79% (1815 votes)   Common Council At-Large R. Ade—2.89% (420...