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- Council approves annexation through first reading The owner of Anderson Gymnastic & Cheer is looking to relocate his business to property that is being voluntarily annexed into the city of Anderson.
- End of Windows XP causing problems Microscoft's decision to end security upgrades for Windows XP, which took effect on Tuesday, will cost local units of government more than $200,000 for the purchase of new computers with a new operating system.
- Hoosier Park sees slight growth in 2014 Despite statewide casino problems, local casinos Hoosier Park in Anderson and Indiana Grand in Shelbyville continue to make slow gains while other casinos struggle.
- Paugh bids nearly $8 million for farmland A local businessman purchased more than 800 acres of prime farmland in Delaware and Madison County for almost $8 million during an open bid process.
Buyer interested in proposed annexation area
A buyer looking to develop a portion of property located at the intersection of 67th Street and Columbus Avenue will be introduced to the Anderson City Council.
Wilson, sportscaster Sager support effort to save Wigwam
When people around Indiana put a face with Anderson basketball they picture “Jumpin” Johnny Wilson, who added his name to those supporting the effort to revitalize the famed Wigwam.
- Herald Bulletin Publisher Bird receives Indiana journalism award Herald Bulletin Publisher Henry Bird received the Indiana Journalism Award on Wednesday during the Ball State University Department of Journalism's annual awards luncheon.
- Wigwam meeting moved to Flagship The meeting hosted by the Madison County Chamber of Commerce to hear from the potential developers of the Wigwam complex has been moved to the Flagship Enterprise Center.
- Alternatives captures Grant Madness Alternatives of Madison County Inc. has won Grant Madness, defeating the Leadership Academy of Madison County in the "Terrific Two" matchup of the Madison County Community Foundation contest.
Book delves into lives of gay steelworkers
Two women who worked at a local steel mill hid a secret from their co-workers — they lived together and were romantically involved.
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