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Jozwiak running against Lanane in state Senate race
The Libertarian Party has filed candidacies for local races for seats in the Indiana House and for the 5th Congressional District.
Change in state law complicates efforts to save Anderson's iconic Wigwam gym
A change in state law that took effect Tuesday has pushed the transfer date of the Wigwam complex to a group of private investors back a few days.
- Ken de la Bastide: City Council given more oversight of Redevelopment Commission Local elected officials are being given more control over Redevelopment Commissions activities as a result of legislation that went into effect last Tuesday.
Pendleton approves fiscal plan for annexation
Pendleton Town Council on Thursday approved a fiscal plan showing the expected costs and new revenue for its proposed annexation of 573 acres west of the town's current borders.
- Incumbent Cummings first to run unopposed for Madison County prosecutor Political history was made recently in Madison County when Republican Rodney Cummings became the first candidate for prosecuting attorney to be unopposed in a general election.
Six Libertarians on fall ballot
The Madison County Libertarian Party has filed declarations of candidacy for six candidates in the November general election on Monday.
- Dispatch center hinges on Anderson Depending on what happens within the next two weeks, the city of Anderson could become part of a new countywide dispatch center with monetary issues the deciding factor.
- New state laws take effect Tuesday More than 200 bills were voted into law by the Indiana General Assembly in its short session this year, and many of the new laws will take effect beginning Tuesday.
Ken de la Bastide: State changing gas tax, Feds asked to consider
Most Americans travel on daily in a vehicle that runs on gasoline or diesel oil, and every fluctuating cost affects the amount of discretionary dollars a person and family has to spend.
- Churches react to same-sex marriage ruling While some same-sex couples in Indiana are opting for quick civil ceremonies in courthouses around the state, others might be entertaining the idea of getting married the more traditional way — in a church.
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