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The Anderson Elks Lodge #209 at 1803 Broadway, shown here in a file photo from 2013, has been sold pending a zoning change. The new owner plans to turn the building into a banquet hall.
Former Elks building being reborn
Just months after it closed, the former Anderson Elks Lodge could be reopening as a banquet hall and catering service. The Anderson Plan Commission on Tuesday will consider a rezoning request from James D. Sargent and Nettie Cox to rezone the building from residential to industrial use.
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- Former Elks building being reborn
Pendleton Heights' Austin MacMillan rounds third and heads for home during the Nick Muller Memorial Baseball Tournament championship on Saturday at Memorial Field.
Arabians make history in Muller thriller
Pendleton Heights beat Anderson 3-2 to become the Nick Muller Memorial Baseball Tournament's first repeat champion.
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Tim Hanshew, a member of Southdale Church of the Nazarene, carries this large wooden cross around Anderson neighborhoods throughout the year, here walking along 53rd Street.
Crossing over to Christianity
Tim Hanshew lives by 1 Corinthians 1:18: “For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.” For the past six years, he has shared that power by carrying a large wooden cross throughout Anderson.
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Editorial: Taking a moment to remember the good
Easter is a good time to take stock of all the positive things happening in our community. Here are just a few things worth celebrating.
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- Editorial: Taking a moment to remember the good