ELWOOD, Ind. — Windmills rise above the farmlands of northern Madison County along Indiana 37 north of Elwood on Tuesday. The $400 million Wildcat Wind Farm is under construction. When it’s finished, the wind farm will span Tipton, Madison, Howard and Grant counties. Chicago-based E-on Climate & Renewables will manage the project and the wind farm.
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Rainy move-in doesn't dampen freshman spirit
In the 14 years he's taken part in freshmen move-in day, Stu Erny, director of Campus Ministries and International Student Services at Anderson University, said this is the first time the weather has been unpleasant.
Coats: Reservoir can't rely on federal funds
U.S. Sen. Dan Coats said proponents of the Mounds Lake Reservoir should not count on federal dollars to fund the $450 million project.
Stone Brewery not locating in Indiana
Three Indiana communities, including Anderson, have been elimininated in their bids for Stone Brewing Co.’s East Coast facility.
- Local briefs: Aug. 22 News items of local and state interest as published in the Friday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
- Arrest Log: Aug. 22 Arrests made by Madison County law enforcement on Wednesday and Thursday, based on Madison County Jail records.
- Agapios pleads not guilty on 5 felonies Dr. George Agapios, a physician who worked in Pendleton and Anderson, entered a plea of not guilty on five felony charges Thursday in a Hamilton County courtroom.
- Sentence reduced for man convicted of beating victims with bat An Indianapolis man who beat another man with a baseball bat had his sentence reduced on appeal on Thursday.
Prisoner found on roof
A prisoner at the Pendleton Correctional Facility was found on the roof of an administration building, Superintendent Dushan Zatecky said.
Flood advisory issued for Madison County
The National Weather Service in Indianapolis issued a flood advisory for Madison and Delaware counties until 12:30 p.m. Thursday.
- What's Where: Aug. 21 Local meetings and activities are scheduled Thursday.
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