Hidden Treasures of Madison County
Emmet, a 2-year-old golden retriever, sat calmly next to his owner's feet. When his canine buddy, Divot, walked in, he perked up, but remained where he was. Read more
A historic landmark sign along Ind. 38, just east of Markleville reads, "Massacre of Indians," a patch of mud among damp grass shows that on occasion, passersby stop to read it. Read more
What started in a barn forging broadswords, knives and furniture has evolved into an Anderson business that will be expanding shortly. Read more
Although still something of a mystery to many in Madison County, A Town Center, 1206 Meridian St., is growing in popularity as a cultural center. Read more
Hidden along the intersection of Delaware County Roads 325 West and 350 South is an unremarkable path. Tire treads in grass show it is rarely traveled, and not easily accessed. Read more
Famous Figures of Madison County
Among the hidden treasures in Madison County and surrounding communities are the people who are from here or once lived here and inspire not only us, but many helped changed the course of history. Read more
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