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- Eckstein's House of Trophies celebrates 50 years in Anderson Walking into Eckstein’s House of Awards, it is hard to imagine what used to be a one room store with painted concrete floors covered by a throw rug and a poorly dyed sheet hanging from a rope serving as a room divider.
Rob Loose: What will you do with the ashes?
Whether for personal or environmental reasons, an increasing number of families are choosing cremation.
Anderson summer car show a treat
More than a hundred show cars gleamed in the hot summer as classic music played in the background. The number of car entries in the sixth annual Good’s Candy Shop Car Show & Live Music doubled this year from last year’s show, according to Randy Good. The event, called Goodstock, was Saturday at Good’s Candy Shop.
Ed Martin opens Nissan dealership in Anderson
The Ed Martin Anderson Automall has added a new franchise to its extensive automobile line, opening a Nissan dealership near the 5400 block of Scatterfield Road, on 53rd Street.
- County collects $64 million in taxes The Madison County treasurer’s office took in more than $64 million in tax collections this spring.
- Snyder receives Sagamore of Wabash Bobbette Snyder never dreamed she would get the prestigious Sagamore of the Wabash Award, so she was shocked when she received the honor at her retirement dinner last week at Anderson Country Club.
- BZA approves special exception for school After gaining approval for a special use exception, the Anderson Christian School is hoping to reopen this fall at a location on Broadway.
Alexandria mayor: 'This makes me sick'
A front door standing ajar and piles of splintered wood and rubble are all that remain of a once historic downtown block in Alexandria. "This makes me sick," said Mayor Jack Woods. "This was an icon of our city. We all have memories there. It's really depressing it had to come down."
- Susan Miller: Minding your manners in the 21st century workplace What makes a person succeed at work? Intelligence, hard work and the ubiquitous but elusive "people skills" all contribute to a person's success. But is it possible that a more subtle skill set could help an applicant land a coveted job or help an account rep sign a valuable piece of business?
- Clendenin retiring as board secretary After almost two decades of service as the secretary to the Anderson Board of Public Works, Jackie Clendenin is retiring.
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