A Hometown All-Star

April 2017 Writer/ Janelle Morrison The Lady Eagles finished 25-2 this season and won the Columbus North Tournament, Hoosier Crossroads Conference, and Sectional 7 titles before falling to Homestead in the regional. The team’s star […]

Beth Chappo

Fashion Blogger is Home in Zionsville

March 2017 Writer / Rebecca Wood Seersucker and Saddles, Chappo’s blog, receives over 150,000 page views a month and attracts a large national following. Southern Living magazine calls Chappo a “Blogger to Watch.” In 2016, […]

Tracy Phillips

The Zionsville Chamber’s Next Chapter

February 2017 Writer / Janelle Morrison Optimistic about her new role and the direction in which the chamber is moving, Phillips hopes to “fill the incredibly large shoes” left by her predecessor, Julie Johns-Cole. Phillips […]

ZCHS

Stronger Together as a Community

January 2017 Writer / Janelle Morrison ZCS administrators and staff are identifying and developing assets known to help young people succeed. Their aim is to develop students’ capacities so they are strong in every way […]

Creating her own style

November 2016 Writer / Janelle Morrison Bignal grew up in Carmel with her parents, Dr. Victoria and Steven Bignal, and her sisters, Kristen and Laurie. During her freshman year at Carmel High School, Bignal signed […]

Liz Coit

Local Resident Receives Harvard Nod

October 2016 Writer / Janelle Morrison Elizabeth (Liz) Coit is an inspiring example how one’s path, through all of its twists and turns, may completely change its course and lead to a very fulfilling destination. […]

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