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Tip leads to drug task force arrest – On March 6, members of the Hamilton/Boone County Drug Task Force arrested Curtis Combes, 47, of Indianapolis and charged him with one count of possession of a controlled substance, a Class D felony; one count of possession of marijuana, a Class A misdemeanor; and one count of cultivation marijuana, a Class A misdemeanor. Combes’ arrest stems from a five-month-long investigation. A tip to the Hamilton/Boone County Drug Task Force led to the investigation of Combes. Officials said information obtained during this investigation may lead to further arrests.

U.S. 31 construction to end early – INDOT has announced its intent to speed up U.S. 31 Hamilton County construction using contractor financing, a public-private partnership strategy enabled last year through one of Gov. Mitch Daniels’ legislative initiatives. Under this proposed plan, the project would open to traffic by the end of 2015, three years earlier than expected. In May, Daniels signed into law Senate Enrolled Act 473, which allows for expanded use of private capital for transportation improvements. Using this new law, INDOT intends to bundle remaining construction phases for U.S. 31 Hamilton County into one contract, taking advantage of low construction and financing costs.

Baseball umpires sought –Central Indiana Umpires is seeking umpires for the upcoming season. Rookies and those with limited experience are welcome, as well as experienced umpires new to the area. Training will be provided, including a rules review and instruction on umpiring mechanics.

Umpires are compensated for games they work.

CIU, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the development of umpires, has served baseball programs in theIndianapolisarea for many years, doing mostly Catholic Youth Organization, Babe Ruth, Little League and travel-team tournaments. For more information, call 845-8112, 685-1840 or 902-6175.

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Tip leads to drug task force arrest

On March 6, members of the Hamilton/Boone County Drug Task Force arrested Curtis Combes, 47, of Indianapolis and charged him with one count of possession of a controlled substance, a Class D felony; one count of possession of marijuana, a Class A misdemeanor; and one count of cultivation marijuana, a Class A misdemeanor. Combes’ arrest stems from a five-month-long investigation. A tip to the Hamilton/Boone County Drug Task Force led to the investigation of Combes. Officials said information obtained during this investigation may lead to further arrests.

Baseball umpires sought

Central Indiana Umpires is seeking umpires for the upcoming season. Rookies and those with limited experience are welcome, as well as experienced umpires new to the area. Training will be provided, including a rules review and instruction on umpiring mechanics.

Umpires are compensated for games they work.

CIU, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the development of umpires, has served baseball programs in theIndianapolisarea for many years, doing mostly Catholic Youth Organization, Babe Ruth, Little League and travel-team tournaments. For more information, call 845-8112, 685-1840 or 902-6175.

Art student of the month

In celebration of Youth Art Month, Westfield Washington Schools have selected student artists who represent the excitement and energy of Youth Art Month. You can see featured artists from Westfield Washington elementary schools, their projects and how they created their pieces.

Boy Scout Breakfast

All Westfield Boy Scout troops will be honored at a breakfast tomorrow. Mayor Andy Cook will be speaking at the event to highlight all the Scouts’ hard work during the year.

“The Boy Scouts do a lot for our community. I want to support them any way I can,” said Cook.

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Indianapolis Museum of Art to feature new installations by Alyson Shotz– Artist Alyson Shotz will create a new installation of her works for the IMA. Shotz will adapt her sculpture “Geometry of Light,” and display it in conjunction with her animation “Fluid State” and a series of large-scale stills captured from the animation. “Alyson Shotz: Fluid State”will be on display from May 10 to Jan. 6, 2013.

First impressions: Asura’s Wrath– Current in Fishers Editor Jordan Fischer gives his initial thoughts on the new Capcom title, Asura’s Wrath. Due to heavy use of quick-time events and cutscenes, this one might be more fun to watch than to play.

Music of Ireland at Voices of Youth–On Sunday, the music of Ireland will fill the Hilbert Circle Theatre (Monument Circle, Indianapolis) as the Indianapolis Children’s Choir is joined by Indy’s premier Irish band, The Irish Airs, as well as The Indianapolis Irish Dancers. Showtimes are 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets are $13 at the door.

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Noblesville Schools collect school supplies for Henryville area

Noblesville Schools are spearheading a drive to collect school supplies for students in the Henryville area where schools were destroyed by a tornado on March 2. A representative for West Clark County Schools said that although donations have poured into the community, one thing she had not seen were donations of school supplies. The school district has six schools in addition to the ones destroyed. Each of Noblesville’s schools and the Central Administration Office served as a collection point for school supplies, and will make a delivery to Clark County this week. Noblesville Schools also served as a collection point for monetary donations through the American Red Cross of Greater Indianapolis.

 

Combes

Tip leads to drug task force arrest

On March 6, members of the Hamilton/Boone County Drug Task Force arrested Curtis Combes, 47, of Indianapolis and charged him with one count of possession of a controlled substance, a Class D felony; one count of possession of marijuana, a Class A misdemeanor; and one count of cultivation marijuana, a Class A misdemeanor. Combes’ arrest stems from a five-month-long investigation. A tip to the Hamilton/Boone County Drug Task Force led to the investigation of Combes. Officials said information obtained during this investigation may lead to further arrests.

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