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Craig Longstreth, executive vice president of Warner Bodies, welcomes the more than 200 people who turned out for the company's grand opening celebration of its Elwood manufacturing facility Wednesday.
Elwood welcomes manufacturing company Warner Bodies
The relocation of a manufacturing plant to Madison County brings both revitalization and new jobs to the area.
- Daleville gets first look at reservoir project
- Two injured in accident at intersection missing stop sign
- Anderson woman facing 90-year sentence in attempted abduction of infant
- Lapel turns dirt for new fire station
- Elwood welcomes manufacturing company Warner Bodies
David Humphrey | For The Herald BulletinShenandoah quarterback Adam Lovan brings the ball downfield for the Raiders during a scrimmage last week against Elwood.
High School football preview: Raiders' unselfishness keeps Shenandoah rumbling on
The Shenandoah football team does not rebuild. It reloads. And runs the ball over, around and — when necessary — through anything in its path.
- Rick Teverbaugh: Football, school start too early
- Rick Bramwell: Squirrel good place for hunters to start
- High School football preview: PH's Boudoux, Farrer growing up in the trenches
- Ken de la Bastide: Allmendinger makes Chase field
- High School football preview: Raiders' unselfishness keeps Shenandoah rumbling on
A large format view camera and photograph of the northern lights by Harvey Riedel are part of the Madison County Historical Society's camera exhibit. The exhibit features hundreds of cameras from early Kodak to modern digital cameras.
Historical Society opens camera, photography exhibit
Photos freeze moments in time to look back on, and now the public can catch a glimpse at how photographic technology has evolved.
- Jim Bailey: School days, school days, good old August dog days
- Community Briefs: Aug. 20
- Historical Society opens camera, photography exhibit
Editorial: Hit the brakes on authority until all players are known
Council members were wise to put the brakes on joining the Mounds Lake Commission. We share their concerns about who would appoint the other four members of the commission
- Letter: U.S. should take care of its own children first
- Letter: Quality of water in Killbuck is residents' concern
- Editorial: Hit the brakes on authority until all players are known
Obituaries: Aug. 21
Obituaries for Robert Brown, Judy M. Collis, Peggy Lynn Croy, James N. DeVore, William Lee Ferguson, Deena Ann Granger, Carolyn J. Hubbard, Janice M. Mahaney, Frances W. Paddock, Louis Charles Shell, Charles Sparks and Junko VanBuskirk are published in the Thursday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
- Pending obituaries: Aug. 21
- Funerals: Aug. 21
- Judy M. Collis
- James N. DeVore
- Obituaries: Aug. 21