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He’s on their side

November 20, 2018 editors

Judge of Greenwood Veterans Court pays tribute to vets By Marianne Coil Greenwood City Court Judge Lewis Gregory makes one thing clear. If a military veteran on probation in city court flunks a drug test, […]

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Connect to care

September 16, 2018 editors

Emmanuel Church’s ministry supports foster families financially, emotionally and spiritually By Nancy Price Not long after Christina Idleman and her fiancé, Phil, moved to Indiana, they decided to foster children. After their first placement, they […]

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Return of the WAMMfest

August 21, 2018 editors

Center Grove founders look to bring Greenwood’s best in wine, art, music and microbrewing By Jeremy Dunn In 2006, the Sertoma Club of Greenwood gave birth to an idea. The 40-member club, with a focus […]

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End of an era

July 15, 2018 editors

Center Grove’s first family-owned grocery is saying goodbye By Jeremy Dunn In a few short weeks, Hampton’s Market, off Smith Valley Road, will not only be closing its doors, it will also be closing the […]

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Hope inspired by love

June 18, 2018 editors

A Center Grove mother looks to empower and enhance the lives of young adults with autism and other developmental disabilities by opening a unique boutique By Jeremy Dunn When Jennifer Parker’s son, Alex, was 18 […]

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A POP of Musical Theater

February 23, 2018 editors

A pop of musical theater Center Grove Debtones ‘push the boundaries’ during this year’s show for its competition season By Nicole Davis The Center Grove Choral Department has kicked off its competition season, already faring […]

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Go Zonuts

September 22, 2017 editors

Center Grove’s Zoe Laverne grows a fanbase of more than 424,000 with musical.ly app It doesn’t matter where she goes, from the mall to a family trip to Kings Island, 16-year-old Zoe Laverne Pemberton will […]

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Success through the struggle

July 14, 2017 editors

Center Grove’s Keith Fechtman shares his journey with dyslexia through newly-published children’s book, Malina’s Zoo Adventure It’s okay for children to struggle with reading, writing or math. With extra time and patience, they can achieve […]

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Goals on Guard

June 21, 2017 editors

Center Grove resident and National Guard Staff Sgt. Aaron Johnson sets his sights on a world title with the USA Grappling Team Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t do something, says Center Grove […]

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I Pink I Can!

October 16, 2015 Nicole Davis

Center Grove women stress the importance of being proactive in getting mammograms after their own breast cancer diagnosis this year By Nicole Davis It’s hard not to notice the pink during the month of October. […]