Levine family shares thoughts on 'Family Feud' experience
Now that the episode of Family Feud featuring Phil Levine, Lebanon High School athletic director, and his family has aired, Levine is able to share more information about the experience.
Brownsburg school bus in crash near Lebanon
Eleven people, including six developmentally disabled children, escaped serious injuries Thursday, Oct. 3, in a grinding collision at a Boone County intersection.
Man dies after early morning accident on Lebanon street
A Lebanon man who died Thursday, Oct. 3, after his small SUV hit a full-size pickup head-on, was on his way home from a trip to a store that he made because he couldn’t fall asleep.
Health department raises injection fee
A new ordinance passed Monday, Oct. 7, by the Boone County Commissioners has increased Boone County Health Department fees.
- New child advocate juggles many tasks Kassie Frazier became executive director of the Boone County Child Advocacy Center, Inc., in July. She's still catching her breath. Named to replace Kamilla Aeschleman, the CAC's first executive director, Frazier is coordinating the center's forensic
- Ceremony commemorates 9/11 For the 12th consecutive year, members of the public joined county and city employees and officials on the southwest corner of the Boone County Courthouse lawn to remember the victims of September 11th.
- Shalom House feeds hunger and intellect More than 90 of every 1,000 school children in Boone County are living in poverty, and 16.7 percent of the county's children were receiving free or reduced school lunches in 2011, the highest percentage in four years, based on information from the In
- Boone County gearing up for upcoming 2013 flu season County employees needing flu shots may go to the Boone County Health Department for the vaccination, agency administrator Cindy Murphy, RN, said.
- Proposed CCD tax increase draws vehement opposition No date was given for a decision by state officials whether to allow Boone County to increase one of its property tax rates following a Wednesday, Sept. 4, hearing on the proposal. The Boone County Commissioners and Council want to raise the Cumulative Capital Development (CCD) rate to no more than 3.30 cents for every $100 of assessed valuation. The rate is now 1.27 cents, down from 1.41 cents in 2009. The rate falls every year because it is tied to assessed valuation.
- Organizations ready for upcoming suicide prevention day Local and national organizations are working to raise awareness of suicide, the third-leading cause of death among people ages 15 to 24. National Suicide Prevention Day is Sept. 10; National Suicide Prevention Week, which is sponsored by the American Association of Suicidology, runs Sept. 8 to 14. The theme of this year’s observance is “Challenging Our Assumptions and Moving Forward Together.” Between 2003 and 2005, 17 Boone County residents committed suicide, according to a September 2007 report by the Indiana State Department of Health. Efforts to determine attempted suicides are unrealistic, the study said, because of a “gross underestimation of the proportion of actual suicide attempts.”|Local and national organizations are working to raise awareness of suicide, the third-leading cause of death among people ages 15 to 24. National Suicide Prevention Day is Sept. 10; National Suicide Prevention Week, which is sponsored by the American
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