ANDERSON, Ind. — A stray shower or thundershower is possible again today, but most places will be dry. High temps will climb into the mid 70s. More rain and thunderstorm chances will arrive Thursday and some could be on the strong side. Rain chances will linger through Saturday. It looks to be cooler and drier for Mother's Day.
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- Audubon Society opposed to reservoir Another environmental group has voiced opposition to the proposed Mounds Lake reservoir based on concerns over the potential impact on Mounds State Park.
- Adair Gibbs' passion was people When Adell "Adair" Gibbs died recently, the Anderson community lost a leader who sought answers to problems and fought for equality for all residents.
- Israel trip may bring new jobs City officials' trip last week to Israel could result in future investments by two companies that have operations in Anderson.
- Couples want equal rights in same-sex suit Erin Brock says she’s prepared to fight to have her love legally recognized by the state of Indiana.
- Art show overcomes financial, weather hurdles A shortage of funds, canceled classes and a predicted snowstorm couldn’t stop it. The Art Association of Madison County’s 15th annual Student Art Exhibit opened — narrowly — without a hitch March 2.
- What's Where: March 10 Local meetings and activities are scheduled Monday, March 10.
- Second Harvest establishes Senior Citizens Volunteer Club Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana is looking for volunteers who want to become a part of a newly established Senior Citizens Volunteer Club.
- Arrest Log: March 10 Arrests made by Madison County law enforcement on Saturday and Sunday, based on Madison County Jail records.
- Light rail big issue in transit bill Sen. Tim Lanane, D-Anderson, said the biggest issue facing the conference committee on the mass transit bill is the matter of light rail.
Feeding the masses
Food insecurity is a term used by the USDA for those who lack the means to provide enough food for an active, healthy lifestyle. There are more than 20,000 such families living within Madison County, according to Feeding America, a domestic hunger-relief charity.
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