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- Arrest Log: July 21 Arrests made by Madison County law enforcement on Saturday and Sunday, based on Madison County jail records.
Kitts to reign over Madison County 4-H Fair as queen
After finishing as the first runner-up in the Madison County 4-H Queen contest in 2013, Hope Kitts returned this year to win the honors.
Scholarship recipients relish parade acknowledgement
Taylor Jennings and Shelby Farmer took their last stroll around their hometown Sunday. At least, their last before starting college in the fall.
- Senior housing sought for Madison Park A senior housing development proposed almost six months ago for the Madison Park Church of God property is now moving forward.
Elwood police investigating stabbing, suspect arrested
One man was in jail and another man was recovering in an Indianapolis hospital after an early morning stabbing on Sunday.
Dozens gather to protest Israeli military action
About 100 people gathered at Monument Circle on Saturday to march on Republican Sen. Dan Coats' downtown Indianapolis office and to protest his support for Israel's latest military incursion in Gaza.
Helping those in need
Nine-year-old Skylar King was not a volunteer or even a member of Greater Light Church, which Saturday gave away free school supplies, clothing and food during its annual Greater Light Gives Back event. The boy had played games to win tokens, and then he used them to buy each binder, saying he was giving his prizes away because he wanted to help other people.
- Chamberlain cleared in basketball probe Anderson City Councilman Rodney Chamberlain has been cleared of criminal wrongdoing involving the reported use of a checking account for a now-defunct basketball league.
- This week at the 4-H Fair The 72nd Annual Madison County 4-H Fair is being held at the 4-H Fairgrounds in Alexandria. The 4-H Building opens at 9:30 a.m. each weekday.
- Mounds State Park debuts Hoosier Homestead Day Old-fashioned ice cream, homemade soap and live chickens are just a few of the attractions planned for a new event at Mounds State Park on Saturday, July 26.
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