Drug and gun crimes land man in prision for multiple years

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HANCOCK COUNTY — A man facing 12 crimes in all, including a Level 2 felony count of dealing drugs, had nine of the charges, including the most serious, dismissed following the acceptance of a plea agreement.

Recall issued for electrical panels

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If your home was built in 2020 or after, you may want to check the electrical panel in your home.

Behind the Champion: A look at two champions from the 4-H sheep show

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At first, there was anticipation. In a line of five, contestants waited as the judge shook their hands, signifying their placings in backward order — fifth overall, fourth overall, etc. The judge placed his hand on the sheep near the middle of their back as the contestants waited patiently. As he shook hands with the contestant earning second place, Arabella Clifton smiled.

County council rejects tax break for 300-acre site

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HANCOCK COUNTY — Speculative developments are unlikely on a 300-acre site in the western part of the county after a narrow vote denied a tax break for the venture.

Shooter identified in Fortville incident still at large

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HANCOCK COUNTY — Officials with the Fortville Police Department have identified an Indianapolis man as the shooter from the Mother’s Day incident in May. The crime left another man critically wounded after he was shot in the face.

Beauty and the Beast: Child actors take the stage this weekend

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GREENFIELD — A beast will be unleashed on the stage of Greenfield-Central High School this weekend.

Display of over 500 flags returns to airport

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HANCOCK COUNTY — Over 500 American flags will fly in a Field of Honor from July 1 through 5 at the Indianapolis Regional Airport, 3867 N. Aviation Way, presented by the Exchange Clubs of Hancock County and Lawrence.

Veterans Service Office expands availability

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GREENFIELD — The Hancock County Veterans Service Office will soon also be open on Fridays to help veterans navigate the bureaucracy to obtain benefits.

The Work and the Win: Kadi Sparks talks about her second win in 4-H...

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Soon after the judge shook hands with Kadi Sparks, signifying her as the Grand Champion Steer of the Beef Show on Tuesday, she cried and rubbed the space between the eyes of her steer, Drake. As she passed by fellow 4-H families, she was greeted with hugs and high fives and her cousin, who was also crying, said she was “crying for her.”

Kavanaugh to pay family $100,000 for woman severely injured in accident

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HANCOCK COUNTY — Jennifer Sloan fell from the back of a pickup truck and sustained a life-threatening head injury during an accident in early June of 2021. She has not improved after one year of care, officials said.