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LC Nature Park opens in Roanoke

Featured is the LC Nature Park Education Center. The park had their grand opening on Saturday, May 1.
Photo by Katelynn Farley

Those who are looking for a new way to learn about Indiana’s vast assortment of flora, fauna and geography, as well as the preservation of it, can look no further than LC Nature Park in Roanoke, which hosted its grand opening on Saturday, May 1.


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HN to present ‘Curtains’

Members of the Huntington North High School musical receive direction from choir director Aaron Childress during rehearsals on Wednesday, May 5.
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For the first time this school year, Huntington North High School will be able to put on a show for the community of Huntington.

Presenting their spring musical “Curtains” on Friday, May 14, through Sunday, May 16, Huntington North students and staff are doing their best to rehearse while also taking the proper COVID-19 safety precautions.


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School Board approves new multi-purpose facility budget

The Huntington County Community School Corporation (HCCSC) Board of Trustees approved the proposed budget for construction of the new multi-purpose facility for Huntington North High School during its special session meeting on Monday, May 3.

Scott Bumgardner, business manager for the corporation, stated that Wednesday, April 28, the corporation received bids for the stadium project.

“We felt the best way to attack this project was to break it up into segments,” Bumgardner said. “Several portions of this project were able to be purchased through the co-op.”


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Clear creek baseball wins big

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The Clear Creek Bulldogs 12U baseball team won the Gold Spikes (Division A) baseball tournament that took place on Sunday, April 25. Featured (front row, from left) is Max Double, Chandler Cox, Max Harsh, Daton Day, Cody Carroll, Lincoln Bowers and Davin Day, as well as (back row, from left) assistant coach Matt Harsh, Ethan Yates, Caleb Thieme, Will Mohr, manager Doug Carroll and assistant coach Derrick Day.


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New location for Heritage Days 2021 JeFFFest event

JeFFFest, the grand finale of Heritage Days each year, will have a new location for 2021.
The event will be in front of the new Huntington Entrepreneurial and Arts Center (HAEC), 32 E. Franklin St., on Sunday, June 20, from 6 to 8:30 p.m.

The event is free to attend. Music, food and fine art will be sponsored by the LaFontaine Arts Council. Eric Clancy Jazz will provide the musical entertainment. Food items may be purchased from local vendors with tickets sold that evening. Those attending should bring lawn chairs.