THE MILK MAN: Local dairy farmer takes center stage

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NEW PALESTINE — Growing up in Indiana, local dairy farmer Kerry Estes was like most folks who had always been fans of the Indianapolis 500 race. While he never attended until 2021, Estes had always listened on the radio after church and then would watch a replay of the race the night of the big event.

Veterinary clinic moving, expanding

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GREENFIELD – A longtime local veterinary practice is moving into a bigger building and adding to its services.

Food scarcity hits home when schools close for summer

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HANCOCK COUNTY — The end of the school year is a reason to celebrate for many students, but for some it’s a reason to wonder where they’ll get their next meal.

Real Estate Transactions

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The following real estate transfers were recorded recently in the Hancock County Recorder’s Office:

SMALL ENGINES: Kindergartners participate in Kindy 500

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McCORDSVILLE — The competitors took to the starting line in their race cars, but these were no ordinary vehicles.

Avenue of Flags returns

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GREENFIELD — The grounds lining the road leading into Park Cemetery are once again covered in hundreds of American flags.

MAKING MEMORIES: G-C seniors pull all-nighter for one last hurrah

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GREENFIELD — Greenfield-Central seniors spent all night at the school Thursday night for the senior class campout, reviving a fun tradition not seen at the school since 2018.

HCCF grant cycle open

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GREENFIELD – The 30th anniversary grant cycle of the Hancock County Community Foundation has opened and grants will be administered on a rolling basis from May to November, or until funds are depleted.

Tax increment financing leaves NP council divided

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NEW PALESTINE — A decision by the New Palestine town council on whether or not to use TIF (tax increment financing) to help a builder move forward with a $61 million apartment complex proposal is in limbo following a split vote.

THE NUMBERS ADD UP: Longtime EH math educator set to retire

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EASTERN HANCOCK — After 36 years of teaching just about every math class one can imagine, including college prep classes, Teresa Bever will retire from the Eastern Hancock School District in just one short week.