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Indianapolis Recorder and Herd Strategies provides voters with pertinent information for upcoming election season

In case you missed our Voter Awareness Event on September 24, or  need a refresher course, video is available via Indy.Gov's online portal. Register to...

Compassion and balance key, says Judge Kim Bacon

Like Marion County Circuit Court Judge Sheryl Lynch and Clerk Myla Eldridge, Kim Bacon made history on Election Day Nov. 4, 2014. She's the...

Historic wins, soaring songs brightened the year

Although many say they’re not sad to say goodbye to 2014, there were some noteworthy newsmakers, both within the Hoosier State and nationally, that...

County Clerk Eldridge reflects on her historic win

Myla Eldridge, the former deputy director and director of elections, a Democrat, made Hoosier history in the November election by becoming the first African-American...

Making history

On Nov. 4, 2014, Sheryl L. Lynch made city history to become the first African-American, and woman, to win election to the Marion County Circuit Court...

Indianapolis Recorder Hosts Celebrity Fitness Challenge for Charity

On Saturday September 20, the Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper in partnership with Brothers United Inc., a non-profit agency that provides high quality, comprehensive prevention and...
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Recorder celebrates 125 years, commitment to community remains the same

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Cook Medical supplier facility coming to northeast side

A new manufacturing facility on the northeast side will bring up to 100 jobs that will average $16 an hour and include...

Remembering John Jointer, a gracious athlete

Alexander Seawood remembers meeting a 12-year-old John Jointer Sr. at the Capital City Church School gym in the mid-1970s. 

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