Will Grieser and Luke Grieser, of Zionsville, have earned the highest advancement awarded by the Boy Scouts of America — the rank of Eagle Scout. The twin brothers are freshmen at Zionsville Community High School and members of Troop 804, chartered by American Legion Post 79.
Zionsville United Methodist Church is having a Winter Carnival Saturday, Feb. 9, from 6 to 8 p.m. Admission is free to everyone and suitable for all ages. Wristbands for food and games will be available to purchase. We will have plenty of games, crafts, food and more. The fundraiser will ben…
Matthew Kern of Zionsville is part of the Bradley University APICS team to win the supply chain management organization’s annual international case competition, giving the university its first win at the event.
The State of Indiana is ranks seventh worst in the United States in infant mortality with more than 600 infants dying before they reach their first birthday each year.
The Zionsville Swim Club is excited to celebrate its 40th year of competitive swimming in an atmosphere that encourages self-motivation, teamwork, achievement and responsibility.
Myrtle Bailey's Boone County Toy Drive is accepting the following donation at the following locations. Monetary donations may be made payable to the Boone County Toy Drive, 407 E. Fordice St., Lebanon.
Habitat for Humanity of Boone County was recently selected as the Chamber Impact Award recipient for October. The Chamber Impact Award recognizes a Boone County Chamber member who has made positive contributions to the community.
The Zionsville Concert Band will join with the Castlewood Singers to present a Veterans Day concert on Saturday, Nov. 10, in the Artsgarden at the Indianapolis Circle Center Mall.
Matthew Kern of Zionsville is part of the Bradley University APICS team to win the supply chain management organization's annual international case competition, giving the university its first win at the event.
Members of U.S. Masters Swimming don’t confine their participation to the pool. There are many volunteer opportunities for their talents and expertise.
The Zionsville Community High School Civil Engineering and Architecture class had the opportunity to tour the Servants At Work workshop and talk with Bob Graham. SAWs is a program that builds wheelchair ramps for those that cannot afford to have one installed. The students were able to learn…
Witham Health Services will be conducting a Community Health Needs Assessment for Boone County beginning Oct. 22 that will last until mid-November. Residents may receive a phone call or email from Professional Research Consultants Inc., the independent research firm Witham is working with to…
A. O. Smith, a leading manufacturer of hot water systems for homes and businesses, recently awarded Benjamin Stauffer of Zionsville a $2,500 scholarship. The scholarship will go toward helping to support Stauffer’s pursuit of a career in the plumbing, mechanical, or technical field.
Ball State University senior Maria Schultz of Zionsville has been named a Centennial Scholar and awarded full, in-state tuition for her final year of study.
Work is being done on the new stair system in Starkey Park. Hikers are asked to stay off of Trail SP-1 between the parking lot and the trail's intersection with SP-2. The area is fenced off so that trail users cannot access this section of trail. Weather permitting, work should be complete b…
Former Zionsville Mayor Jeff Papa is once again a Real Men Wear Pink candidate, raising funds in October for the American Cancer Society's efforts against breast cancer.
The Boys and Girls Club of Zionsville will have former Colts head coach Chuck Pagano as the keynote speaker for the second annual Be GREAT Breakfast on at 8:30 a.m. Oct. 27 at the Boys and Girls West Club, 5964 S. C.R. 700 East, Whitestown.
Sharon Pierce, The Villages of Indiana president and CEO, recently received the inaugural Indiana Association of Resources and Child Advocacy (IARCA) Cathleen Graham Life Time of Service Award for 25 or more years of service to vulnerable children.
Zionsville Little League will host the inaugural Zionsville 24-Hour Softball Classic, a single, continuous, slow-pitch softball game played for 24-hours straight.
The community is invited to attend the Boone County Extension Homemakers educational lessons on Oct. 10 in the dining room of the Farm Bureau Community Building on the 4-H Fairgrounds, 1300 E. 100 South, Lebanon.
The Indiana State Bar Association (ISBA) has presented Barnes and Thornburg immigration attorney Jeff Papa, Ph.D., with its 2018 Community Service Award for his “exceptional non-legal service work” in Central Indiana and internationally.
A Delta Kappa Gamma Scholarship for $500, awarded by Boone County’s Beta Epsilon Chapter, is available to assist a young woman, who has an education major, during her semester of student teaching.
This Week's Circulars
Lloyd Rohrbach, 81, passed away July 19, 2019 in Zionsville, Indiana. He was born to the late Lyle and Ella (Teske) Rohrbach in Paxton, Illinois. Lloyd married Nelda Parsons on April 6, 1958 in Carbon, Indiana. He served in the U.S. Army from 1958-1961. Lloyd rose to Master Mason at the Hosb…
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