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The city of Anderson is named for Chief William Anderson, whose father was Swedish and whose mother was a Lenape Delaware Native American. William Anderson is his English name and his Native American name is Kikthawenund, meaning "making a noise" or "causing to crack." The motto of Anderson is "Performance. Talent. Inspiration." Notable residents of Anderson have included actor James Rebhorn (White Collar, Meet the Parents, The Talented Mr. Ripley) and singer Kris Roe (The Ataris).

Population: 59734
Local Newspapers: Herald Bulletin Indianapolis Star
Local Sports Teams: Indianapolis Colts (NFL) Indiana Fever (WNBA) Indiana Firebirds (AFL) Indiana Pacers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Anderson University

Zip Codes associated with anderson, indiana: 46011 46012 46013 46016 46017
Towns/Cities near anderson, indiana : Middletown Edgewood Muncie Yorktown Pendleton New Castle Lapel

Anderson News
Election Board wants Muncie, Anderson voting locations closed

There aren't any elections in Indiana this year, but members of the Jefferson County Election Board are already planning a few changes and gearing up for 2018. Board members agreed during a meeting Wednesday afternoon to recommend the elimination of two of the five voting locations next year on Madison's hilltop.

Actor Rob Lowe's speech at DePauw University is postponed

Actor Rob Lowe's planned speech at the Indiana college from which both of his parents graduated has been postponed. Lowe was scheduled visit DePauw University in Greencastle this coming Monday to give the school's Ubben Lecture, but the school announced this week that a scheduling conflict arose.

Indiana State Police Sgt. Honored With Combat Action Award

Sgt. Emery was awarded the Combat Action Award which is bestowed upon an employee for courageous "at risk' performance of duty to include the use of and or defense against life threatening physical force or other specific actions that elevates danger to the employee. In the morning hours of Monday, July 25, 2016, Sergeant Anthony Emery entered the Ricker's Convenient Store on MLK Jr. Boulevard in Anderson, Indiana.

Bill on Indiana gov's desk to stop ban-the-box ordinances about...

But 12 civic organizations want Gov. Eric Holcomb to veto the legislation, saying it will hurt former inmates trying to become productive taxpayers. Bill on Indiana gov's desk to stop ban-the-box ordinances about job seekers' criminal histories But 12 civic organizations want Gov. Eric Holcomb to veto the legislation, saying it will hurt former inmates trying to become productive taxpayers.

Anderson man killed in Hamilton County motorcycle crash

Kurtis Gwaltney, 26, was driving east on Strawtown Avenue west of State Road 13 Tuesday afternoon when police say he lost control. His bike ended up going several hundred feet into a field before it finally stopped, throwing Gwaltney.

in Re: the Involuntary Termination of the Parent-Child Relationship...

IN RE: the Involuntary Termination of the Parent-Child Relationship of D.A. Jr. S.G. , D.J.A. , Appellants-Respondents, v. The Indiana Department of Child Services, Appellee-Petitioner ATTORNEY FOR APPELLANT S.G., Cara Schaefer Wieneke, Wieneke Law Office, LLC, Brooklyn, Indiana ATTORNEY FOR APPELLANT D.J.A., Anthony C. Lawrence, Anderson, Indiana ATTORNEYS FOR APPELLEE, Curtis T. Hill, Jr., Attorney General of Indiana, Robert J. Henke, James D. Boyer, Deputy Attorneys General, Indianapolis, Indiana [1] S.G. and D.J.A. each appeal the trial court's order involuntarily terminating their parental relationship with their minor son, D.A. Jr. We affirm.

IN Department Adds Rescue Rig to Establish Technical Rescue Team

April 15--ANDERSON -- Firefighting is a dangerous profession. But when unexpected events occur at a fire or rescue incident, a firefighter's job can become a lot more perilous in a heartbeat if they are not trained properly to handle the new challenge.

Mt. Vernon grad wins $1,000 competition

Greenfield native Emery Hunt was recently announced as a winner of the IN_FILL Design Competition 2017, a contest to explore affordable, well-designed and contextual contemporary single-family homes on infill lots across Indiana's walk-able core communities, according to a press release. Infill development is the process of designing residential buildings on vacant lots in an urban landscape, according to Infill Indiana's website.

Anderson mayor to fly to Italy, Japan to meet with company executives

He's headed to Italy next week and Japan in May with the goal of convincing foreign businesses to invest in Anderson. Broderick's set up a list of meetings with companies, including at least three Italian companies considering investments in Anderson.

Lee v. Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation

Jalen LEE, A Minor Child, by and through his Next Friend, Crystal Estes and Crystal Estes, Individually, Appellants-Plaintiffs, v. BARTHOLOMEW CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL CORPORATION, City of Columbus, Columbus City Planning Commission and Columbus Police Department, Appellees-Defendants.

Man faces charges after crashing into Alexandria gas line

Authorities say a 25-year-old Alexandria man faces two preliminary drunken driving charges after driving his car into a natural gas line and a house, sparking a fire and injuring himself, his wife, and two children. Madison County Sheriff Scott Mellinger tells The Herald Bulletin that Cody Vaughn also faces preliminarily charges of driving while suspended and a probation violation.

Actor Rob Lowe to speak at his parentsa Indiana alma mater

Lowe is set to visit DePauw University in Greencastle on May 1 to give the school's Ubben Lecture. DePauw says the star of the TV series "The West Wing" and "Parks and Recreation" and numerous films will make the free public appearance at 7:30 p.m. in the school's Green Center for the Performing Arts.

in Re: the Involuntary Termination of the Parent-Child Relationship...

IN RE: the Involuntary Termination of the Parent-Child Relationship of D.A. Jr. S.G. , D.J.A. , Appellants-Respondents, v. The Indiana Department of Child Services, Appellee-Petitioner ATTORNEY FOR APPELLANT S.G., Cara Schaefer Wieneke, Wieneke Law Office, LLC, Brooklyn, Indiana ATTORNEY FOR APPELLANT D.J.A., Anthony C. Lawrence, Anderson, Indiana ATTORNEYS FOR APPELLEE, Curtis T. Hill, Jr., Attorney General of Indiana, Robert J. Henke, James D. Boyer, Deputy Attorneys General, Indianapolis, Indiana [1] S.G. and D.J.A. each appeal the trial court's order involuntarily terminating their parental relationship with their minor son, D.A. Jr. We affirm.

Anderson woman "a walking miracle" after hit-run crash

"I have nothing but bruises from my hip all the way to my toes," said Holland. She said she's thankful just to be alive, considering what she's been through.

Expert: Man not fit to stand trial

A developmentally disabled man will not stand trial on the rape charge he faced after a judge decided he was unable to understand the proceedings. Robert Ward, 56, Anderson, will be committed to the Indiana Department of Mental Health indefinitely, where he can receive specialized counseling and care, officials said.

Judge awards $850,000 to 8 fired Anderson city workers

A federal judge has ruled the city of Anderson must pay about $850,000 to eight people who were fired when a new mayor took office in 2012. The decision by U.S. District Judge Tanya Walton Pratt comes after a federal jury sided last year with 11 people who filed a lawsuit claiming they were wrongfully fired by Republican Mayor Kevin Smith's administration because they supported the Democratic incumbent in the 2011 city election.

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