Flooding displaces residents early Friday
Several people were forced from their homes by Eagle Creek and its feeders in the wee hours of the morning Friday, April 19.
Around the world in three hours
Members of the Zionsville Community High School Prom Court pose outside the high school. Front row, from left: Queen candidates Christian Fink, Michelle Blackburn, Natalie Estes, Emily Williams and Katie Pullen. Back Row: King candidates Adam Pease, Patrick Murphy, Matt Seevers, Carson Kennedy and Joe Ross.
The prom’s theme is “Around the World.” It will be from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, April 20, at Crowne Plaza Union Station.
The Eagle Elementary Fourth Grade Math Bowl team placed first in the statewide math competition held at Northview Middle School. Thirteen schools from the area competed in their grade level groups against fourth-, fifth- and sixth-grade students. The competition consisted of three member teams working together to answer a set of seven math questions. This year was the fifth year Eagle fielded a team.
Family has severe case of puppy love
It’s no secret that many kids love puppies, but for one Zionsville family, that love is the family business.
Sally Bradley celebrates her 106th birthday Thursday, April 4, at Zionsville Meadows, with family members from Indianapolis and Detroit.
Quite the Impression
AP Art History and AP French students traveled to the Chicago Art Museum to view the collection of Impressionists.
Teacher arrested during food drive
Sally Noel, a support services teacher at Zionsville West Middle School, is arrested by Zionsville Police Department officers Adam Harper and Pat Taylor.
Coloring contest winners announced
The Zionsville Times Sentinel announces the winners of its 2013 Easter coloring contest.
- Eggnormous Eggstravaganza Thousands of children participated in the 22nd Annual Eggnormous Egg Hunt Saturday, March 30, at Lions Park in Zionsville. The Easter egg hunt is sponsored by the Lions Club with help from several local entities, according to Tara Worthley, Lions egg matron. There were activity booths, balloon giveaways, photos with the Easter bunny, and a pancake breakfast, among other features. Plush characters, including Leo the Lion and Sparky the Fire Dog, roamed the grounds and interacted with families as well. But the highlight of the event was the Easter egg hunt, which was broken into four age groups: 1-2, 3-4, 5-6 and 7-8. More than 13,000 eggs containing candy, gift certificates and other items were scattered on four fields for children to pick up.
After 52 years, local hero earns Scouting’s highest training honor
Local Cub Scout Pack No.105 last week announced Zionsville resident and World War II veteran Floyd Schultz received long overdue recognition for earning Scouting’s highest achievement in leader training: the Wood Badge.
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