Hope for Living: Know how to respond to signs of the times

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An old song came to mind recently, “Detour.”

Fellowship of the ring: Wrestling lineup coming to Fortville church

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FORTVILLE — A local church is making room for a wrestling ring as Wrestling Theology Fellowship returns to Fortville.

The Bulletin for April 20

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Gospel trio to perform

Indiana 6th District GOP candidates talk foreign policy

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The seven men seeking the Republican nomination for Indiana’s 6th Congressional District shared their stances on Ukraine and Israel policy.

RECYCLE HANCOCK COUNTY: Local program promotes Earth Day with collection event and free glass...

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HANCOCK COUNTY — Don’t throw away that empty jelly jar. It just might become part of the insulation in someone’s home.

‘THIS IS THEIR TIME’: 100th inmate graduates from jail MRT program

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HANCOCK COUNTY — Standing inside one of the holding cells at the Hancock County Jail, Matthew Graham, a mental health counselor with Quality Correctional Care, took the challenge coin out of his pocket and handed it to inmate Wesley Fair.

Sacramental milestone: St. Michael group receives First Communion

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GREENFIELD — Twenty-eight children received First Communion during a Mass on April 13 at St. Michael Catholic Church. This marks the first time for them to receive the bread and wine of Communion during a service. Each class dresses formally for the annual service celebrating the sacrament, which the students receive with their families during the Mass.

GREASED LIGHTNIN’: MVHS students prepare for performance of ‘Grease’

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FORTVILLE – With leather jackets for the boys and ‘Pink Ladies’ jackets for the girls, Mt. Vernon High School students prepare with dress rehearsals for opening night of their performance, ‘Grease’ on April 25.

Hancock County’s Spalding recognized by ISP for life-saving actions

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Police (ISP) recently handed out honors to several troopers who went above and beyond for their communities in 2023. Among those troopers was Hancock County Commissioner Bill Spalding, who is also a sergeant with the ISP.

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.