ANDERSON – Aspire Indiana has decided to close a Madison County farm as part of a realignment of its employment program helping people with mental illnesses get job skills.Harvestland Farm, a 13-acre farm located on Indiana 32 between Edgewood and Lapel, will close June 30 as the nonprofit agency brings its social enterprises program inside the Aspire offices.Through the program, Aspire hires people with extreme mental illnesses and helps them learn on-the-job skills so they can move on to...
INGALLS – Ingalls officials will interview six prospective town marshals this week to fill the department’s top spot after former marshal Rick Martin retired in March.The town will host two closed sessions this week to narrow down the list of candidates, with hopes to hire a marshal at the next town council meeting, which is scheduled for Monday.“We have six good people we are looking at and each of them would be a good fit,” Town Council President Tim Green said.
INGALLS – Town Manager Tim Millikan says he won’t press charges after an argument outside a town council meeting Wednesday where he alleges he was threatened with violence.The argument between Millikan and former councilwoman Dusty Smith broke out during a break in a raucous meeting discussing Maple Trails, a 379-home addition being floated by Arbor Homes, according to several people who were at the meeting.Though Millikan and Smith differ in their accounts of the argument, both say they...
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