Sports equipment available to children in need

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GREENFIELD – The Hancock County Boys and Girls Club now has items available to those in need of children’s sports equipment.

Hancock Circuit Court

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

‘PURE JOY’: Special Olympics gives students, parents reason to cheer

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GREENFIELD — E.J. Nevarez watched in wonder as his 7-year-old son, Dereck, kicked a soccer ball around the Greenfield-Central High School football field Monday morning, when kindergarteners through eighth-graders gathered under sunny blue skies to participate in the Special Olympics.

Resistance builds toward concrete plant

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FORTVILLE — Opposition is mounting toward a proposed concrete-mixing plant, including from medical and environmental professionals as well as leaders in a neighboring city.

Coalition celebrates 20 years of tackling tobacco use

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GREENFIELD — If a pack-a-day smoker started smoking 20 years ago, he or she would have smoked 146,000 cigarettes by now.

McCordsville woman faces prison time in plea deal if accepted

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HANCOCK COUNTY — The case against a McCordsville woman who is facing a Level 4 felony count of burglary and two Level 6 felony charges of theft from an incident in December 2021 appears to be headed to a plea agreement.

New state EMS leader appointed

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INDIANAPOLIS — Dr. Eric B. Yazel, current health officer in Clark County, has been appointed as the new chief medical director for Indiana EMS, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security announced.

‘WE WILL NEVER FORGET THEM’ Fallen officers remembered during ceremony

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HANCOCK COUNTY — Standing in front of the podium on a warm Sunday afternoon, Sheriff Brad Burkhart picked up an empty coffee cup from underneath the stand and held it up. He told everyone in attendance how much Corporal Dannie R. Garrison loved to drink coffee when he was on duty.

Jenkins earns top teacher honors at Eastern Hancock

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EASTERN HANCOCK — Amber Jenkins has only been teaching at Eastern Hancock Elementary School for a few years, but she’s already earned the reputation of going all out to help her students.

Road fix, extension set as lawsuit continues

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GREENFIELD – Plans are in place to redo a deficient stretch of road through a developing business park as litigation over the defect continues.