LABOR OF LOVE: Property owners honored for restoring historic dwellings

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GREENFIELD — Greenfield Historic Landmarks held its annual Preservation Awards on Sunday, commending local homeowners and two local businesses for preserving, beautifying and saving historic properties.

Utility rate increase causes customers to balk

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HANCOCK COUNTY — Residents of the Schildmeier Woods and Villages developments, just outside New Palestine near U.S. 52, (Brookville Road) and CR South 700W, received quite the rate hike on their most recent sewer bill.

Candidate campaigns on need for future vision

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McCORDSVILLE – Who do we want to be when we grow up?

Case against man who hurt pregnant woman calls for no more jail time

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HANCOCK COUNTY — A Fishers man facing three different felony charges steaming from a domestic violence incident in February had his case settled in Hancock County Superior 1 last week and will not spend any more time in jail following the acceptance of a plea agreement.

Local author to share horror stories by women

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Editor’s note: The Daily Reporter will feature our “Neighbors” occasionally, whether it be someone with an interesting hobby or profession, or a nonprofit group making a difference in our community. Here, local author and freelance editor Leah Lederman shares about her books and an upcoming event at the Hancock County Public Library. The event will delve into what women fear and how they express that fear, both in their writing and in their artwork. Lederman and her family live in Buck Creek Township. If you know a person or a group that you’d like to see featured in Neighbors, email [email protected]

Pumpkin perfect: Dessert bread has become a family fall favorite

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Editor’s note: The Daily Reporter is featuring local recipes and the stories behind them. Here, Kathleen Nicholson of Eastern Hancock County shares her recipe for pumpkin chocolate chip bread.

Pets of the week

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The following animals are available for adoption at Hancock County Humane Society, 214 E. Main St. in Greenfield. For more information, call (317) 462-5404 or visit hancockhumane.petfinder.com.

Photo of the Day for Oct. 5

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Dyana Cousins flew to Fairbanks, Alaska, to visit her son Brett Ward; his wife, Jesse; and granddoggie Gus. Part of Brett’s work is driving oversize loads on the haul road through Atigun Pass to the oilfields in Deadhorse. “We went to the State Fair, Wildlife Conservation Center, SeaLife Center, panned for gold, toured an Ice Museum and visited Santa Claus at North Pole. Also, got to see the Beluga Whales and Northern Lights,” Cousins writes. “Was an awesome trip and had lots of fun.”

Wolfsie: Dick has a clever cell mate

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Hi! This is Dick Wolfsie’s newest cell phone. The old phone talked to you many years ago, but since I have taken over the job, I wanted to update everyone on how things are going. Now that Dick is retired, I figured things would be easy compared to previous years when he was running around the city, interviewing people and making follow-up calls about his TV segments. Boy, was I wrong.

Community briefs

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4-H open house Oct. 23