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When you first meet 15-year-old Dani Joseph, your first impression would most likely be that she is mild-mannered and sweet. Soft-spoken with a contagious smile, what the teenager doesn’t immediately reveal is how tough she is or the level of determination she has for her craft—playing soccer. Dani is a sophomore at Fishers High School […]
Sarah Ochs Riverview Health women’s center supervisor While getting an annual mammogram is certainly not the most pleasant experience for a woman, it’s a necessary one. One woman in eight will be diagnosed with breast cancer during her lifetime, and 80 percent of those diagnosed have no family history. While there is no definitive research […]
Noblesville resident James D. Anderson (JD) is a proud band parent. His son, Connor, is a percussionist in the Noblesville High School band. Someone who loves being involved with his community, JD volunteers to help build props for the band’s halftime shows. It’s something he loves doing and continues to do—even after a traumatic accident […]
Standing atop the bleachers in the Tipton High School gymnasium, 61-year-old Randy Bagley gazes down the steps and grins as he breathes a sigh of triumph. A few months ago, something as simple as climbing stairs without running out of breath would have felt close to impossible for Randy. In fact, last fall he nearly […]