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SLIP N' SLIDE: Isabella Smith of Putnam County slips and slides during Family Day at the Avon American Legion.
Avon Legion hosts Family Day
AVON — The Avon American Legion on Saturday hosted its seventh annual Family Day to give back to the community. The Sons of the American Legion started Family Day seven years ago with just a slip and slide going down the hill.“We started it as somet
Rodgers injured, but makes Web finals
|A tough week ended favorably for Avon’s Patrick Rodgers, as he still qualified for the Web.com Tour finals after withdrawing from the Wyndham Championship in North Carolina on Friday. Due to an oblique injury, Rodgers had to pull out of the Wyndham
McCloud park offers dragonfly program
|Dragonflies are among the fastest flying insects in the world. They can fly backwards, change direction in mid-air and hover for up to a minute. Visitors to McCloud Nature Park can learn about their life cycles, diets and varieties of species during
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Calling all golfers
Sisters Pam Goldsberry and LaRessa Scheffel are working hard to get the word out to area golfers about the Hoofin’ for Harwood Golf Scramble taking place Aug. 23 at Oak Tree Golf Course in Plainfield.The event will begin at 9 a.m. and will include pr
Enhancements being made to IND Terminal Garage
Taking advantage of the closest parking to the Indianapolis International Airport (IND) terminal will become an even smoother process, thanks to several initiatives underway in the Terminal Garage. The projects, which will be completed over the next
Clinical research company looking for test subjects
Community Medical Research Partners are looking for volunteers to help with pharmaceutical research.“All drugs that meet FDA approval have to go through a clinical trial process,” explains Michele Hall, director of operations for CMRP. “They first st
All's 'fair' for state candidates in off-off election year
Mike Boland wasted little time plunging into the crowd at a booth serving deep-fried dough covered with powdered sugar — the fairground delicacy better known as an elephant ear.The Democratic candidate for state treasurer shook sticky hands on a rece
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Miller off to good start in Oregon
Avon’s Jared Miller saw the collegiate ranks’ best competition during his three years at Vanderbilt, especially during the Commodores’ run to an NCAA title in June.
Now, as part of the Hillsboro (Ore.) Hops of the Class A Short-Season Northwest League, Miller is facing hitters who collectively view at-bats a little differently.
County football teams ready for Friday night
While only three Hendricks County football teams finished above .500 in 2013, and none escaped sectionals, there is plenty of returning talent and optimism this fall.
Quakers open strong, net win over Warriors
PLAINFIELD — At Monday's season opener for the Plainfield and Danville boys’ tennis teams, the Quakers got the better of the Warriors. Both teams utilized some inexperienced players, as each has only two with varsity experience, but in then end the h
Bracket series excites at LOR
Lucas Oil Raceway hosted the VP Racing Fuels ET Bracket Series on Sunday afternoon. A varied group of participants came out to compete — from a 10-year-old following in his father’s footsteps to a seasoned veteran preparing for the upcoming U.S. Nati
County strong again in girls' cross country
With Avon geared up after a program-best finish at state, and with plenty of talent back on other squads, 2014 should be another quality girls' cross country season in Hendricks County. Here's a look at this year's teams: Avon Expectations are high a
- Miller off to good start in Oregon