Literacy Coalition to host meeting
ANDERSON — The Madison County Literacy Coalition, Paradigm Place building, 200 E. 11th St., will host an informational meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 16, for those interested in volunteering to tutor adults.
Attendees will learn about tutor training, support meetings for tutors, and time commitments for tutoring adult learners. Call 641-0117 to register.
INDOT calls out plow trucks
GREENFIELD — The Indiana Department of Transportation Greenfield Subdistrict is putting 28 plow trucks on state highway snow routes in Hancock, Shelby and Rush counties — with some routes extending into Henry and Madison Counties — in anticipation of snow accumulations with possible drifting.
Drivers from INDOT units at Anderson, Greenfield, Shelbyville and Rushville will be dispatched at 4 a.m.
For updated road conditions, visit www.trafficwise.in.gov or call (800) 261-7623.
Lanane eye sales tax for road needs
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana lawmakers, including Democratic Senate Minority Leader Tim Lanane, Anderson, looking to plug a hole in state transportation spending are considering diverting the state’s sales tax on gasoline to transportation.
Senate Appropriations Chairman Luke Kenley says dedicating the roughly $500 million generated from the tax should be considered as one option to pay for pressing transportation needs.
School safety proposal overhauled
INDIANAPOLIS — Senate Republicans are in the middle of overhauling a safety measure aimed at better protecting schools after a shooting last month in Connecticut left 20 first-graders dead.
Senate President Pro Tem David Long, R-Fort Wayne, said the $10 million measure should better account for threats outside the classroom.
Bill would legalize switchblades
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Senate approved a bill that would end the state’s ban on switchblades.
Senators voted 47-0 on Thursday to advance the proposal to the House. Bill sponsor Sen. Jim Tomes of Wadesville says the ban is outdated and removing it would help people with disabilities or arthritis. Emergency workers would benefit from being able to quickly open a knife by pressing a button, Tomes said.
Literacy Coalition to host meeting
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Oklahoma family with Anderson ties OK after tornado
Telly Hogue-Rinker’s aunt and uncle, Becky and Dustin Smith, just recently sold their house in Shawnee, Okla., and bought one in Moore. The couple is from Anderson and had moved to Oklahoma after retiring. Now, they don’t know if that house is still standing.
Madison County reinstates wheel tax in split vote
After a one-year hiatus, the owners of vehicles in Madison County will once again have to pay an excise surtax and wheel tax beginning in January.
Anderson High School students share vision for new downtown mall
Marketing students at Anderson High School have a fresh vision for Downtown that would take shape if the Mounds Lake Reservoir is ever built.
Woman arrested after head-on collision
An Anderson woman was arrested, police said, after allegedly causing a head-on collision while intoxicated.
Juvenile inside during home invasion
According to the Anderson Police Department, a juvenile was in his house during a home invasion early Monday evening.
APA hosts Senior Girls Luncheon
The Anderson Preparatory Academy is hosting its inaugural Senior Girls Luncheon Tuesday afternoon at the high school campus.
St. Vincent to dedicate remodeled chapel
St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital will dedicate its remodeled chapel Tuesday at 5 p.m
Strong thunderstorms and showers expected
Strong thunderstorms and showers expected, especially this evening.
Poll question for Tuesday, May 21
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Bowhunters take aim at Anderson for June competitive event
After a six-year absence, competitive archery is returning to Anderson next month.
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