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- Veterans can sign up for free discount card The Madison County recorder’s office, in partnership with Fidlar Technologies, has announced a new service for veterans, known as Honor Rewards.
Ivy Tech president attends apprenticeships summit
Fresh from a White House-sponsored summit on expanding apprenticeship opportunities in high-growth industries, Ivy Tech Community College President Tom Snyder said some programs in Indiana are on the leading edge of that effort.
Housing could be in Wigwam mix
The former classroom area at the original Anderson High School on Lincoln Street may be converted into housing and the vocational education areas put to use by local artists.
- Shoot's initial hearing scheduled in Circuit Court today A local real estate broker and his long-time employee are scheduled to appear in Madison Circuit Court today and enter pleas in the criminal indictments brought against them last month by Madison County Prosecutor Rodney Cummings.
- No electric bill for six months For six months June Allen carefully reviewed her bill from Anderson city utilities, discovering she had not been charged for electric usage since Jan. 1. The problem, she said, started when the city replaced her electric meter with one that was supposed to automatically transmit the readings to the utility for billing purposes.
- Charo Boyd: Social Security honors veterans In the United States, people do a lot to recognize and honor the heroes who serve in the Armed Forces and those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. July is an appropriate month to recognize veterans and wounded warriors as we celebrate our nation’s independence.
- 'Bully' dog breeds not 'monsters' Stephanie Coomer is changing the lives of "bully" dog breeds one owner at a time. “No matter how long it takes, we are making a difference,” she said. “This year it may be for only 10 dogs, but for those 10 dogs — it changed everything.”
- Business Profile: Family opens Itsy Bitsy on big dreams Heather Ancil and her daughter, Shae Ancil, opened a new business on the north side for two reasons. "I wanted to have a nice place in Anderson where you are able to purchase children's items at a good price," Heather said. "And supporting Anderson and staying local was very important."
- Business People: July 13 A compilation of news items featuring members of the Madison County business community as published in the Sunday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
- Ted Moss: Inspections of home bring peace of mind Once you have found a house you like, it's highly recommended that you have it inspected to ensure it is worth buying, with no hidden surprises that would keep you from making it your dream home.
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