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Highland Middle School’s principal, Nancy Farley, has resigned. According to Anderson Community Schools Superintendent Felix Chow, Farley tendered her resignation on Dec. 12, saying her husband had accepted a job in Florida and she was moving to be with him.
The search for a new principal could begin Jan. 16. After the school board accepts and approves her resignation.
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The Indiana Supreme Court has let stand the fines levied against House Democrats who fled to Illinois during the 2011 session, then staged shorter walkouts in 2012. A 3-2 majority says the House has exclusive authority to conduct internal legislative affairs, including the right to compel attendance and the disciplining of members. House Speaker Brian [...]19.06.13
Madison County public safety officials made a disturbing discovery when they found a large cache of mercury, a highly hazardous element. Elwood Police Chief Sam Hanna says more than 20 ounces of the toxic material was found in a home in the 2000 block of South I Street. Hanna is especially concerned because the only [...]19.06.13
A 21-year old man escaped injury yesterday when his car left the road, snapping a pole, downing power lines and catching two trees on fire. The accident happened at the intersection of SR 67 and Delaware County Road 400 N when a car in front of 21-year-old Ben Vance braked suddenly. Vance swerved to miss [...]