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- Western thrills and spills highlighted weekend rodeo Boone County hosted some ropin', ridin' and wrestlin' action Saturday and Sunday, June 7-8, at the Boone County 4-H Fairgrounds. The annual Boone County Rodeo Bash, complete with rodeo clown, featured bareback riding, calf roping and girls breakaway
- Board approves Harves' resignation Officer Nate Harves is no longer a member of the Whitestown Police Department.
- Cultural center expands with welcome center The SullivanMunce Cultural Center is now home to the Zionsville Welcome Center after a seamless move within the last few months.
- ALEKS doesn't add up for parents Several Zionsville Community Schools parents concerned about their students' math comprehension spoke out at the May 12 meeting of the ZCS Board of School Trustees, initiating a review of a program used in the middle school math curriculum.
- ZYSA honors Fiege with Lionel Dubay Award Rick Feige received the Lionel Dubay Youth Sports Award to packed bleachers Tuesday, May 27, at the Zionsville Youth Soccer Association soccer fields.
- Residents show how their gardens grow The SullivanMunce Cultural Center Guild will have one of its largest fundraisers as the center is dealing with funding issues. The 11th Gardens of Zionsville Tour will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 14. The event is one of two fundraisers for SullivanMunce and features six gardens throughout Zionsville, not just in the Village.
- Council approves funding for Sullivan museum The Zionsville Town Council is lending the Patrick Henry Sullivan Museum a hand to keep the town's center for history thriving. The council voted Monday night, June 2, to give $10,000 from the Food and Beverage Fund to help the museum stay open. The museum was facing budget shortfalls due to a lack of revenue from the trust fund that provides funding for the museum portion of the SullivanMunce Cultural Center.
- Porsche owners cruise to Main Street The single largest gathering of Porsche cars in Indiana will take place on the brick street Saturday, June 14. For the fourth year, CruZionsville will take over Main Street with more than 120 cars to help raise money for the Alzheimer's Association. The car show will last from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and is sponsored by the Central Indiana Region Porsche Club of America.
VIDEO: Dubay award presented to Coach Rick Fiege
Rick Fiege was given the Lionel Dubay Award on May 27 at the ZYSA fields.
- Façade grants fund upgrades on 2 Village buildings Work is beginning on two downtown buildings — the former Nana Market, 40 E. Cedar St., and the Wessel Building, 260 S. First St.
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