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Anderson Christian School students advance in history competition
For the third year in a row, students from Anderson Christian School have claimed rightful spots in the finals of the National History Day competition held in the Washington, D.C., area.
College, camping and centerfield
If you went to summer camp as a kid, you probably remember hiking, arts and crafts and s'more s'mores than any person could reasonably eat. But what if you'd also gotten to tour Indianapolis Motor Speedway or the Lucas Oil Stadium?
Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship winners named
The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Commission recently celebrated its 24th year awards luncheon at the Madison Park Church of God.
Lapel students donate money for new fire station
The Lapel Stony Creek Township Fire Department is working toward building a new fire station, and Lapel Elementary students have helped them get a little closer to that goal.
- Local job fair matches employers with workers Job seekers — more than 1,100 of them — converged on Madison Park Church of God's job fair Thursday by car, scooter, motorcycle and city bus.
- County SADD chapter is Indiana's best Despite its acronym, Madison County's Students Against Destructive Decisions doesn't have anything to be sad about this year. For the first time in its history, the county's chapter has been named Indiana's SADD chapter of the year.
- Madison County earns title of Indiana College Success County It doesn't take a four-year degree to be successful, but it takes more than a high school diploma to do so.
Elwood's Kaye retiring after 46 years in education
Jan Kaye's 46-year education career has almost come to an end. The director of special services said she's thankful she had the chance to learn and grow in Elwood Community Schools.
Tri-S trips help expand AU students' world view
Having recently returned from his 15th mission trip to Costa Rica, Fred Shively has now completed 71 of these journeys to other parts of the world.
Touching lives through language
Seeking volunteer hours for a Spanish class credit last spring, Anderson University student Brooke Taylor began to help in Anderson Community Schools’ Adult English as a Second Language program.
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