Strike a chord: Musicians earn high ratings in competitions

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GREENFIELD – Greenfield-Central’s music programs earned high ratings in recent contests.

Borgman: Two brides and a second grader walk into a playground

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We just found out one of our granddaughters is planning her wedding. We were as surprised as anyone. She is 8.

Take your best shot

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Fortville Elementary School students took part in the Kindy 500 May 10. The Fortville Police Department also took part, and posted a playful spin about it afterward on social media: “Detective Graffitti and Officer Chapple were called to assist FES kindergarten staff with reports of out of control drivers on the Kindy 500 track. Once officers arrived they observed multiple accidents and infractions. The officers took action and issued numerous citations to these underage drivers. After talking with staff members, the officers agreed not to submit the citations and let all drivers off with a warning. We want to thank FES kindergarten staff for allowing our officers to participate in such a fun event! We look forward to seeing more police cars next year.” The Daily Reporter frequently features photos of the local community, taken by members of our community. Take your best shot and email a picture to [email protected] with information about the photo.

Pausing to ponder can leave us in awe

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Information seems to fly at us from every direction these days. All one has to do is pull up Google, and every question imaginable can be answered within seconds.

‘People matter’: Retiring hospital chaplain leaves legacy of listening, support

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GREENFIELD — Russ Jarvis still has the papers from a Michigan church, the one he attended as a teen, the one where adults in the congregation said he could make a good minister someday.

The Bulletin for May 18

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See ‘Unsung Hero’ free on May 25

Church notes for May 18

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Services take place Sunday unless otherwise noted.

Pets of the week

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The following animals are available for adoption from the Hancock County Humane Society. Some cats can be viewed at the Smitten Kitten Cat Cafe, 7852 E. 96th St., Fishers, while others can be met in Greenfield. For more information, call (317) 462-5404 or visit hancockhumane.petfinder.com to verify where a cat is currently being housed.

Take your best shot

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Mt. Vernon High School shared this photo on social media of students decked out for prom earlier this month. The Daily Reporter frequently features photos of the local community, taken by members of our community. Take your best shot and email a picture to [email protected] with information about the photo.

Festival favorites: Spring, summer events lined up across Hancock County

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GREENFIELD – Summer festival season is upon us, with art, music, food and fireworks lined up to celebrate across Hancock County.