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Voting centers rejected by election board
A decision to create voting centers in Madison County was defeated in a decision Tuesday by the Madison County Election Board, but officials say there will still be changes to polling places.
- Election Board will vote today on proposal The election board will conduct a public meeting at 1 p.m. today to vote on the voting centers proposal.
- Rep. Susan Brooks talks tech with Frankton students A month after Frankton's eighth-grade class visited the Capitol building and U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks in Washington, D.C., she returned the favor by stopping by Frankton Junior/Senior High School on Monday.
- Ingalls Town Council president resigns After less than a year running the Ingalls Town Council, Jack Stout has resigned from his position as president.
- 'Pilgrims' complete walk to Anderson, demand path to citizenship Janett Orozco's feet were sore by the time she reached the front of the Anderson City Building on Monday afternoon.
Brooks to visit Frankton High School
U.S. Representative Susan Brooks, R-District 5, will visit Frankton High School today. Brooks will visit with the some of the school's history and government students and tour the school's computer lab.
- Doctors to see new restrictions on painkiller prescriptions Indiana is joining a growing number of states adopting tighter controls on how doctors are prescribing some of the most commonly used narcotic painkillers, in an effort to curb what public health officials call an epidemic of prescription drug abuse.
- Education panel develops new A-F system An advisory panel appointed by legislative leaders to review the state’s controversial A-F accountability system has come up with its own proposal for rating schools that keeps the much-criticized letter grades but changes the formula for how those grades are assigned.
Rulings find no just cause for city's firing of Townsend
A former City of Anderson employee who has maintained for months she was wrongfully terminated has had her argument affirmed by an administrative law judge and by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
- City council approves budget The Anderson City Council and City Administration "agreed to disagree" on budget issues this year, according to Pete Heuer, director of the board of public works.
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