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Anderson company powering ‘bus of tomorrow’
If alternative energy technology doesn’t pan out, Dale Hill might have a promising career in bus driving.
Soak up some sun
With temperatures on the rise, many people break out the swim suits and hit the pool, the beach and other spots they can work on the perfect tan. But if tanners aren’t careful, that summer fun could lead to melanomas and other skin cancer.
CHA offers discounted mammograms and bone density scans
In honor of Mother’s Day, Community Hospital Anderson will sell discounted mammograms to promote early detection and prevention of breast cancer and discounted bone density scans to detect osteoporosis.
Atlas Red-D-Mix sells local assets to IMI
Irving Materials Inc., today signed a purchase agreement for two ready-mix concrete plants from Atlas Red-D-Mix.
Urban garden debuts at Anderson Impact Center
Think of it as an oasis in a food desert.
That’s how Ben Orcutt characterizes the community gardening project that launched Saturday at the Anderson Impact Center.
Charo Boyd: Mothers everywhere appreciate extra help
Think of all the times and ways that Mom has helped you over the years — when you were a child, and after you became an adult. With Mother’s Day upon us, now is a good time to pay Mom back with a little extra help — with her Medicare prescription drug costs.
Business brings racing to Alexandria
Hidden within the quiet town of roughly 5,000, there’s a little bit of a high-octane, heart-pounding sport with millions of fans worldwide.
Vectren donates to Athletes of Character
Athletes of Character recently accepted a grant of $3,200 from Vectren. The Athletes of Character program brings high school athletes and elementary students together to discuss discipline, courage, bullying, perseverance and sportsmanship.
Flood of kindness in Elwood
Volunteers filled the city building police bay, 1505 South B Street, to pass out free fruits, vegetables, snacks and more to 107 families affected by last month’s flooding. The food was donated by Second Harvest Food Bank.
Susan Miller: Are you the picture of success?
In a world where LinkedIn is often the first place a prospective employer goes to learn more about an applicant, a business portrait can help you project a professional image even before the interview.
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