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Despite the weather change, U.S. Army Captain Daniel Fleming spoke to the small, shivering group gathered to remember the U.S. military personnel on Veterans Day at Memorial Park. Behind him are members of the VFW Post 910 of Lebanon.

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Tricia McCormick played Taps at the Lebanon Veterans Day ceremony on Monday.

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Rachel Haws (left) and Sally Byrd, both of Lebanon, presented the wreath in commemoration of Veterans Day at Memorial Park in Lebanon.


There was no shortage of Veterans Day ceremonies around Boone County. Even during the dropping temperatures, icy rain and gusty winds, the ceremonies went on.

Following are the cases heard in Zionsville Town Court in October:

Members of the community can help make winter a little warmer and assist United States Veterans in the Indianapolis area that are homeless or at-risk of homelessness by donating money and requested items to the Hope for Heroes Project.


Zionsville Community High School is set to perform its fall musical Disney’s “Newsies” Nov. 14 to 16.

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Carson Burtron was one of five Lebanon players named Academic All-State this week.


FFA students from all over the United States celebrated the Day of Service during the 2019 convention in Indianapolis. The FFA is a national agriculture club for students that was formerly the Future Farmers of America. Hundreds of students attending the convention in Indianapolis spent Thursday and Friday at 17 sites around Central Indiana helping non-profits with service projects.

Boone County Sheriff Mike Nielsen (foreground) and Jail Commander Tim Turner lead  Zachariah Wright, 22, into the Boone County Courthouse Thursday, where he was found guilty of murder.


Democratic Party mayoral candidate Emily Styron defeated incumbent Republican candidate Tim Haak by fewer than 100 votes Tuesday evening.


Incumbent Zionsville Mayoral candidate Tim Haak chats with voters at the Zionsville Town Hall on election day.

The Zionsville Community High School PTO handed out their fall grant awards this week. The group awarded more than $5,500 for teachers to purchase items for their classrooms and club activities. The grants are designed to enable teachers to purchase items such as a swivel camera, flags for a…

An Indianapolis man ducked into a Zionsville garage to drink a beer before stealing a car down the street, according to court records.

Dr. Seuss’ illustrations have brought a visual realization to his fantastic and imaginary worlds for more than 60 years. His artistic talent went far beyond the printed page and yet, to this day, his Secret Art Collection is virtually unknown to the general public.

Property taxes will be due Nov. 12 instead of Nov. 10, as they typically are. Boone County Treasurer Debbie Ottinger told the Boone County Commissioners Nov. 10 falls on a Sunday this year and Nov. 11 is Veterans’ Day, a holiday. So taxes are due Nov. 12.

A man who stole his father’s truck and parked it next to a police officer in March is now serving probation.


The official trick-or-treat hours in Zionsville are 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31. Other Halloween celebrations throughout Zionsville include:

The jury trial for a Brownsburg man who crashed during a police chase in Boone County has been reset for next year.

Residents in need of a coat for the winter can pick one up during the annual Coat Giveaway Day at the Caring Center on Oct. 26.

The Town of Zionsville’s Street & Stormwater Department will be providing curbside leaf collection for residents in the Zionsville urban district this fall.

Scott Genung, 43, Zionsville, has been indicted by U.S. Attorney Josh Minkler for possessing firearms and ammunition illegally, following a criminal complaint filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana. The gun shop where he was working also has been closed.

A man has been charged with incest after a woman told police he began having sex with her when she was 16, according to court records.

A passerby saw flames coming from a chimney before the homeowner even know there was a fire Friday, Zionsville Fire Department officials said.

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is reporting two more Hoosiers have died of severe lung injuries linked to a history of e-cigarette use, or “vaping.” This brings the total number of vaping-related deaths in Indiana to three since Sept. 6.

WEST LAFAYETTE — Purdue trustees had nothing but praise for president Mitch Daniels, rating his performance as even better than they expected and giving him his biggest salary in his seven years on the West Lafayette campus.

Following last month’s Zionsville Lions Club Fall Festival, there arose a clatter of chatter on the Z-ville Moms Facebook site. There were several reports of juveniles winning goldfish as prizes without parental consent. Additionally, there were reports of these goldfish in plastic bags being “punted” and carnival employees saying the leftover fish would be dumped in the creek.


Boone County voters in this year’s general election will see some new equipment attached to the voting machines. County Clerk Jessica Fouts said the county is a pilot site for a black box that will produce a voter verifiable paper audit trail or a VVPAT.

Ojo S. Adeusi, driving at reduced speed in left lane, unsafe lane movement without a signal, guilty plea or admission.

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The seventh annual Dancing with the Boone County Stars will be Saturday at Witham Pavilion at the Boone County 4-H Fairgrounds. Doors open at 5 p.m. and dinner is at 6 p.m.


From the playful to the macabre, tales from the history of the town of Zionsville were reenacted this past weekend during the SullivanMunce Cultural Center’s annual GhostWalk.

Seniors left the Boone County Senior Health & Wellness laden with bags of free goodies and Band-Aids on their arms Saturday.

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