County adds COVID-19 death, raising total to 185

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HANCOCK COUNTY — The county reported a new COVID-19 death this week, raising its total to 185.

Person found in car with minor gunshot wound

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HANCOCK COUNTY — The Hancock County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a shooting in which a man was found early Tuesday morning, Nov. 30, in his vehicle with a minor wound in the leg.

Hancock Circuit Court

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The following civil actions were recently filed in Hancock County Circuit Court:

KINGS AT LAST: Marauders complete journey as football state champs

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INDIANAPOLIS — The unwritten rule has always been 24 hours.

Libertarians will expand local election efforts

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GREENFIELD — A small number of Libertarians in Hancock County are making plans to ramp up the Libertarian Party’s local presence, with the objective of winning races or at least increasing the profile of the third-party alternative.

Community mourns a little girl with a ready smile

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NEW PALESTINE — Students, teachers and administrators at Brandywine Elementary School headed back to classes Monday after Thanksgiving break with heavy hearts.

Judges await outcome of court cameras pilot project

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HANCOCK COUNTY — The Indiana Supreme Court has authorized a pilot project allowing cameras in five trial courts starting in December for broadcast coverage. The decision marks a shift in thinking about transparency in Indiana courts, a move county judges say they will support.

Christmas tree sales benefit Lions Club projects

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GREENFIELD — The Greenfield Lions Club is once again selling live Christmas trees in the parking lot of the Green Meadows Shopping Center, on the northwest corner of State Street and Green Meadows Drive in Greenfield.

Love INC wrapping up giving campaign

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GREENFIELD — Love In the Name of Christ is wrapping up its “Loaves and Fishes” financial campaign on Wednesday, Dec. 1. Financial gifts collected until then will be matched dollar-for-dollar for a total of $5,000. The campaign being backed by Bob Wortman and the Wortman family Donor-Advised Fund via the Hancock County Community Foundation.

Tree lighting in McCordsville Wednesday

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MCCORDSVILLE — McCordsville’s Christmas Tree Lighting is scheduled for 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 1, at Town Hall, 6280 W. County Road 800N, McCordsville. The McCordsville Elementary School Choir and Mt. Vernon Middle School Band will perform in the park shelter. A special “elf” will flip the switch to light the tree. New this year will be a hot chocolate truck. Santa Claus will make an appearance as well.