Tastes Like Chicken since sixth-grade
Sixth-grade teachers only assumed that Mike Moore and Vic Koons were paying attention.
“We were probably not spending class time the way we should have,” Moore said with a laugh. “We were both thinking about all the instruments we should have in our band.” see more
Concord Center receives $5 million grant
A $5 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. will allow Concord Neighborhood Center to establish an endowment of its own so the 141-year-old social services agency can ensure that its programs will continue for years to come. “We are most grateful to the endowment for the magnitude of the gift and the support it will provide year after year,” explained Niki Lynn Girls, Concord’s executive director for 35 years. see more
Choirs crowned grand champions
Franklin Central High School’s Choral Department won grand champion awards in three divisions at the opening competition of the season Feb. 4 at Franklin High School. see more
Area wrestlers win five semistate titles
Eleven wrestlers from the Southside, including five semistate champions, will compete in the state finals this weekend at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Perry Meridian’s Brayden Lowery (106 pounds) and Noah Warren (152) and Roncalli’s Alec Viduya (113) and Tyce Freije (120) captured semistate championships Saturday at New Castle. see more
No Cinderella story for lady Saints
What began as a Cinderella-type story Saturday didn’t quite turn out that way for Lutheran’s girls basketball team in the Southwestern Regional. This time, the slipper belonged to 5-9 junior guard Erin Pasch, who arrived with the Saints at Southwestern before realizing she had left her basketball shoes at home. see more
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