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Zionsville Community School goes virtual

By Zach Manges Zionsville Community Schools has been hard at work developing a new way for students and faculty alike to benefit from the Bring-Your-Own-Device program with the introduction of virtualization. Modeled after similar...

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Zionsville School Board update

By Sophie Pappas At the July 14 Zionsville Community Schools school board meeting, administrators took action on the front to combat drugs in the high school and in mathematics learning. Discussion continues on random...

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Pulling for a good cause

By Zach Manges Hercules wannabes and fundraising aficionados alike can look forward to the FedEx Plane Pull Challenge at 9 a.m., Sept. 6, to benefit Special Olympics Indiana. Hosted at the Indianapolis International Airport,...

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New IU rehab office

By Sophie Pappas   Rehabilitation Services at IU Health North Hospital is now offering additional services at their Zionsville location, at 1650 Oak St., Suite 110. With two new therapists, the Zionsville location expands...

Voters visit the polls during the May primaries earlier this year. This fall, voters will see more flexibility in voting times and locations. (Photo by Keith Shepherd) 0

Voting changes coming soon

This year’s Election Day falls on Nov. 4, and for Boone County residents changes are on the horizon. According to a press release from the Boone County Clerk’s Office, in Lebanon, all voting locations...

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Cedar Street construction

At a location that once held Nana’s Market and Village Cleaners, Nazareth Building Services, Inc. is restoring and revamping the space to accommodate for new development. Nazareth Building Services, Inc. owner Kerry Wagoner said...

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Column: Cuckoo for coconuts

Commentary by Dawn Parker Behind cacao (a.k.a. chocolate), the coconut is one of my favorite superfoods. It is so incredibly versatile, comes in many different forms and is very nutritious. Plus I find it...

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Column: Fusterlandia: A Cuban oasis

U. S. citizens can now travel to Cuba legally for the purpose of interacting with Cuban artists. “Fusterlandia,” a visual fantasyland in an otherwise drab neighborhood, is one of the most popular destinations on...

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Column: On i.e. and e.g.

Question: “Dear Jordan, greetings. One of my many writing pet peeves is the incorrect usage of i.e. and e.g. which seems to be fairly common although I would have thought someone writing a column about...