Noblesville Schools Chooses Three Schools for Rebalancing

By Sadie Hunter Announced Dec. 15, Noblesville Schools has narrowed down rebalancing of school boundaries to just three schools of the initial potential nine elementary and middle schools. Convening a committee to study the issue, the committee has finished its proposal, identifying Promise Road Elementary, Stony Creek Elementary and North Elementary for boundary changes. The …

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Compromise

Since when did ‘compromise’ become such a bad word? In today’s hyper-political, hyper-partisan, ultra-competitive world, some think that we have lost the ability to find common ground and recognize when others succeed. Leadership is often misunderstood as a person’s ability to overpower and always get their way. Compromising, however, is not admitting defeat. Rather, it …

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A Millennial’s Definition of Noblesville

I often get asked “How would you define Noblesville?” It is a question I have pondered a lot lately, and I think I have come up with a pretty fitting answer. A desirable suburban city with a unique and dynamic urban core. That’s my answer, but I would love to hear yours. I have called …

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New Noblesville Council Members Explain Vote on Trash Fee

When we first decided to seek the office of Noblesville Common Council, our objective was to have a voice, an opportunity, to help mold the future of the city we love. Very early in the campaign it was obvious that many residents were concerned that Noblesville ran the risk of falling behind our neighboring communities. …

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Jensen Receives Endorsement of Noblesville Fraternal Order of Police

Noblesville, IN – The Noblesville Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Lodge #198 has officially endorsed Chris Jensen for Noblesville Common Council, District Two. “Mr. Jensen is a longtime resident that we believe will bring great ideas and solutions to Noblesville.  The Noblesville FOP appreciates the hard work Mr. Jensen has done in his run for a …

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Jensen Receives Endorsement of Noblesville Professional Fire Fighters for Common Council Race

Noblesville, IN – Today, it was announced that the Noblesville Professional Fire Fighters have officially endorsed Chris Jensen for Noblesville Common Council, District Two. “We have been impressed with Chris and his knowledge of the issues facing Noblesville.  He will be a strong addition to the Noblesville Common Council, and we are anxious to assist his campaign,” …

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Candidates Begin Filing for Noblesville’s May Primary Election

Jan. 7 was the first day candidates could file for the primary election in May. With Noblesville becoming a second class in 2015, this means that in addition to the mayoral race, two new seats will be available on the newly redistricted common council. Here are those that have filed and announced their candidacy: Jensen …

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Jensen Officially Files Paperwork to Run for Noblesville Common Council

Noblesville, IN – Today, Noblesville resident Chris Jensen filed paperwork with the Hamilton County Elections Office to seek the District 2 seat of the newly redistricted Noblesville Common Council. “Several months ago, I started a dialogue with community members about the possibility of running for the Noblesville Council. Those conversations have been insightful and encouraging,” Jensen said. …

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3 Announce Their Candidacy for Noblesville Common Council

Chris Jensen, Roy Johnson and Greg O’Connor have already filed today to run for open seats on the Noblesville Common Council. Today is the first day people can file for candidacy for the 2015 Municipal Election through the Hamilton County Elections Office. Jensen will seek the District 2 seat on the council. “The citizens of …

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’02 NHS Grad Takes First Step Toward Running for Council

Noblesville resident Chris Jensen filed paperwork Thursday with the Hamilton County Elections Office to form an exploratory committee to seek the District 2 seat of the newly redistricted Noblesville Common Council, in the May 2015 Primary Election. “Over the past few months, many friends, neighbors and civic leaders have encouraged me to consider seeking the …

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