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An accident on Indiana 9 north of Anderson closed the road. A helicopter was called to the scene.
Second person dies following Ind. 9 accident
A second person has died from injuries following an accident Wednesday on Ind. 9. Clayton Crumley, 21, died at IU Health Methodist Hospital, officials said Thursday.
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- Arrest Log: July 24
- Second person dies following Ind. 9 accident
Colts head coach Chuck Pagano talks to the media after the morning walk-through Thursday on the first day of Colts Camp at Anderson University.
Colts Camp Update: Pagano praises city, AU
Blue skies and comfortable temperatures greeted the Indianapolis Colts on the first practice day of training camp Thursday at Anderson University.
- Former BSU star Newsome ready to prove his worth
- Colts getting healthy as training camp opens
- Rick Teverbaugh: Finding Anderson no mystery for Luck
- Rick Bramwell: Poison ivy not a problem any more
- Colts Camp Update: Pagano praises city, AU
Kim Ousley was the organizer of the the 2nd annual "Show Your Mettle" event.
Supporting limb loss awareness
A small group of amputees gathered for the Second Annual Show Your Mettle Day at Frazier’s Dairy Maid on Friday. The event, which offered free ice cream to amputees thanks to Prevail Prosthetics and Orthotics, served as a meet and greet to help support limb loss awareness in the community.
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- Community Briefs: July 24
- Supporting limb loss awareness
Editorial: Celebrate students' progress but don't think work is done
For too long now, there has not been a high enough value placed on education. There were always other options. The working world, however, has evolved, and so must this community’s attitudes about preparing our young people for the future.
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- Editorial: Celebrate students' progress but don't think work is done