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  • By: Gabby Hoyt The Indianapolis area has recently been struck by a possible Serial Arsonist. One of the most recent fire occurred at Nottingham Village Apartments in Indianapolis. The fire […]

    Numerous fires devastate Indy

    By: Gabby Hoyt The Indianapolis area has recently been struck by a possible Serial Arsonist. One of the most recent fire occurred at Nottingham Village Apartments in Indianapolis. The fire […]

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  • By: Aaron Carpenter Statistically, one out of every eight women will develop breast cancer in there life time. The Keep A Breast Foundation is a California non-profit organization that uses […]

    Cancer Awareness in New Palestine: From administration to armbands

    By: Aaron Carpenter Statistically, one out of every eight women will develop breast cancer in there life time. The Keep A Breast Foundation is a California non-profit organization that uses […]

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  • By: Josh Hanselman The drought in Indiana has produced more than dying plants. Various farming communities in the state have fallen victim to field fires from the extensive dry conditions. […]

    Drought sparks many field fires

    By: Josh Hanselman The drought in Indiana has produced more than dying plants. Various farming communities in the state have fallen victim to field fires from the extensive dry conditions. […]

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  • As the November election draws closer, so does the vote that can raise property taxes in Southern Hancock County for the next seven years. “Anytime you raise taxes, people have […]

    Tax Referendum Vote

    As the November election draws closer, so does the vote that can raise property taxes in Southern Hancock County for the next seven years. “Anytime you raise taxes, people have […]

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  • By: Aaron Carpenter Local man Oprah adventure A New Palestine pastor, Mark Havel, was nominated by his wife as “Oprah’s Ultimate Fan.” Recently, Havel attended the “big give-away” and will […]

    News in Brief

    By: Aaron Carpenter Local man Oprah adventure A New Palestine pastor, Mark Havel, was nominated by his wife as “Oprah’s Ultimate Fan.” Recently, Havel attended the “big give-away” and will […]

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  • By: Josh Hanselman Debates reminiscent of those from one year ago arose in the political world as President Obama unveiled a new spending bill in the beginning of September. The […]

    Stimulus bill debated: party ties exposed

    By: Josh Hanselman Debates reminiscent of those from one year ago arose in the political world as President Obama unveiled a new spending bill in the beginning of September. The […]

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  • By: Josh Hanselman Several people spent their day on September 7th digging up ground with heavy machinery. It had just been contaminated with spilled oil. At noon on September 6, […]

    Cleanup from East Indianapolis oil spill

    By: Josh Hanselman Several people spent their day on September 7th digging up ground with heavy machinery. It had just been contaminated with spilled oil. At noon on September 6, […]

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  • By: Rebekah Casad Teachers are cracking down on having a pass to leave their room during lab.  Without a pass to a teacher’s classroom, students can’t leave their second or […]

    Teachers crack down on hall pass use

    By: Rebekah Casad Teachers are cracking down on having a pass to leave their room during lab.  Without a pass to a teacher’s classroom, students can’t leave their second or […]

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  • By: Josh Hanselman Several people spent their day on September 7, 2010, digging up ground with heavy machinery; it had just been contaminated with spilled oil. Prior to that day, […]

    Oil leak in East Indianapolis

    By: Josh Hanselman Several people spent their day on September 7, 2010, digging up ground with heavy machinery; it had just been contaminated with spilled oil. Prior to that day, […]

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  • By: Aaron Carpenter The administration of New Palestine High School is carrying out a decision this year to mix the grade-levels of students in the recently constructed ‘Freshmen wing.’ The […]

    Student classes mixed

    By: Aaron Carpenter The administration of New Palestine High School is carrying out a decision this year to mix the grade-levels of students in the recently constructed ‘Freshmen wing.’ The […]

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