TRYING TO CONNECT: Local HAM operators take part in North America Field Day

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GREENFIELD — Two large antennas standing tall, some 35 to 40 feet high, pointed into the sky and were positioned on both sides of a large, tan tent. Another amateur radio satellite antenna sat on the backside of the area in the grassy field just behind the parish offices at St. Michael Catholic Church.

BWI restructuring amid setbacks

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GREENFIELD – A car parts manufacturing plant in Greenfield, heralded during its opening a few years ago as an economic boon to the city, is restructuring after suffering workforce and supply setbacks.

All are welcome: Recovery Cafe is serving up compassion six months into its mission

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GREENFIELD — They come for the hot food and warm hugs, and some even stay for the yoga.

New tech director joins Mt. Vernon

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HANCOCK COUNTY — Seth Hamilton will begin as the new director of technology for the Mt. Vernon Community School Corporation on July 1, according to a news release from the corporation.

Shrine club to host meeting, meal

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GREENFIELD – The Hancock County Shrine Club’s meal and meeting is at 6:30 p.m. today, Tuesday, June 28 at the Fraternal Order of Police in Greenfield. The meal is $10 per person. Call, text or email Jim Vosmek, 317-442-2696 or [email protected]

Candidate filing deadlines near

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HANCOCK COUNTY — Several candidate filing deadlines are coming up for the 2022 general election this November.

Lifetime Love: Students forge careers based on passions developed through 4-H

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HANCOCK COUNTY — 4-H is much more than a childhood pastime. For many, it’s an introduction to interests that often last a lifetime.

State lawmakers welcome overturn of Roe v. Wade

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HANCOCK COUNTY — State legislators representing the county welcomed the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision overturning the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling Friday, returning decisions on regulating abortion to the states.

2 apartment buildings proposed for town

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FORTVILLE — The new owner of an apartment community wants to expand with two new buildings housing 80 units.