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Highland High School's one last hurrah
ANDERSON — Those celebrating and grieving at Highland High School’s last home basketball game Saturday night would’ve been justified in recalling a play they may have read in class, about star-crossed teenagers and the pain of their forced separation.
- Ike Weatherly: Essay contest winners chosen ANDERSON — Three young girls were so inspired by three prominent black women that they wrote about them and won the annual Ike Weatherly Jr. Black History Essay Contest.
Yorktown man collecting automotive photo album
ANDERSON, Ind. — Historians are born, not made. Case in point: Ken Burke of Yorktown.
In March 2007, Burke walked into an auction at the former Guide Corp. plant in Anderson and walked out with more than 8,000 photographs from Guide’s 100-year history. He compiled a DVD collection and made it available to the public; the response was overwhelming.
Singles, couples turn out for V-Day dance at mall
ANDERSON — Valentine’s Day is red, so there’s no need to be blue.
Bridge Community Church threw its annual dance to offer Andersonians somewhere to dance and have fun.
Economic woes behind rise in abuse
ANDERSON — When it happened once, she thought maybe it was a fluke. When it happened again, she thought maybe it was bad luck. But when it happened a third time, she knew she had to make a decision.
Love affair was lifetime in the making
In 1967, Dixie Gascho was 18 and annoyed with friends who kept insisting that she date someone.
One night, Dixie wrote five letters to the troops serving overseas during the Vietnam War, hoping to meet a few pen pals and distract herself from life in small town Indiana.
- At Home: Woman's house filled with memories of husband PENDLETON — For Suzanne Hagan, the décor that once simply reflected her interests and talent have morphed into a vivid tribute to the joy she shared with her husband, Royce, who passed away in November after 51 years of marriage.
- Real estate company has changed over a century ANDERSON — When Surbaugh & Son real estate company first started operating in Anderson, buying a house involved going door-to-door to real estate offices looking at what they had to offer.
More snow expected as crews clear first fall
ANDERSON — It came, it fell and it’s coming back.
Just as Madison County snow crews had gotten the roads cleared and motorists unstuck, forecasters began predicting at least 6 inches of snow to fall between Monday night and Wednesday.
On the road to the Super Bowl
Driving to or from the Super Bowl this weekend shouldn’t go without connecting to the Indianapolis Colts along the way.
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