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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Anderson, Indiana # Fetterer lops Murray in Confederate Flag conies Down Mai Mills s making a splash nearby Waler Parks offer summer fun he Herald Hull theherald6glletln.com your weekend we should Jet a Brief respite from the Clouds and rain today As Early morning fog is expected to give Way to a yes a sunny skies As temperatures warm up to the lower 80s rain chances should return sunday though so Here Are some highlighted events to consider for making the most of your weekend bless your pet new horizons United methodist Church. 6 la e. 53rd so. Hosts its sixth annual people a pets extravaganza today from 9 Arn. To 3 . The event promises pet blessings free hot dogs and lemonade for a limited time children s activities information on pet adoptions and More. Good show Charlie Brown the Quot Mia Mia was Quot of your teachers and parents. A Good Griefs and other a peanuts Quot references Are in full Force in the commons theatres production of Quot you re a Good Man. Charlie Brown Quot remaining show times this weekend Are 7 30 pm tonight and 3 30 . Sunday thens will also be a meet the cast lunch for kids at noon today. It features a few songs from the show and attendees will receive a sack lunch of a Peanut butter and Jelly Sandwich chips an Apple a cookie and a drink. Tickets for the play Are s8 for adults $6 for students and free for children 5 and younger. Call 274-6494 to Purchase tickets. The meet the cast lunch costs $5. Call 724-0124 for reservations fair fun the annual Lapel Village fair continues All Day today with food rummage sales ids games amusement rides and other entertainment along main Street. Highlights today include a Parade at 3 30 . And a concert by Doug Anderson beginning at 7 . Christmas in july ride secret families of Madison county hosts its third annual Benefit today with registration beginning at 10 Arn. At greeks pizzeria. 6317 or. Martin Luther King or. Blvd. The ride gets underway at 11 a.m., and is scheduled to finish up Between 3 and 5 . Cost is $ 15 per rider and $ 10 per passenger activities include a scavenger Hunt with an Quot amazing race Quot theme. Prizes for first second and third place. A $10 Buffet will be available with $2 going to Simc and includes drink salad breadsticks and pizza. Index saturday july 11,2015 collecting evidence photo by Don Knight the Herald bulletin Todd Jordan demonstrates his k-9 Bear who is trained to sniff out electronics. Bear was used in the of big a search of Jared Fogles House. Sniffing out crime locally trained canine helped in Jared Fogle Home search by Rebecca r. Bibbs the Herald bulletin Anderson ill. Cameron Ellison of the Fishers police investigations division had already swept tile Louin looking for electronics such As so cards tablets or Flash drives Lii at Likely contained child pornography under an october 2014 search warrant in Hancock county. Tile former canine handier then brought in Bear a Black us radar retriever owned and trained by Anderson fire department Deputy chief Todd Jordan to make sure he Hadnot missed anything. It Wasny to Long before Bear showed Ellison a previously a searched Box. A it caused k-9 Bear looks co his handler Todd Jordan after hitting on a memory card during a demonstration. Don Knight the Herald bulletin Todd Jordan holds a Micro so card on his fingertip. As electronics have become smaller k-9s trained to sniff them out have become an asset for Law enforcement conducting searches for them. Int to do a secondary search in the same location Quot Ellison a member of the Hamilton county metro child exploitation t ask Force said of using Bear. A it was a Micro so card id previously Bear whose name comes from the Teddy Bear logo used by members of the underground child pornography Community to Alert one another to illicit Content is one of Only three electronics sniffing dogs in the nation. Tile other two Are in Connecticut and Rhode Island. A fourth. Daisy is being trained by Jordan. Bear was Central i tuesday to the execution of a search warrant on the Zionsville Home of subway restaurant Pitchman Jared Fogle. I Bough he has not been charged observers believe the search ostensibly for electronics was related to a child pornography investigation of Russell Taylor former executive director of the Jared see canine /a2 Birds can return to exhibits but not in time for fairs by Rick Callahan the associated press in Dian a1h has a Indiana a statewide ban on Bird shows imposed in response to a deadly Avian flu was relaxed Friday after officials tweaked the emergency Rule to allow owners of parrots canaries and other no poultry Birds to resume showing and Selling those animals at Flea markets and other settings. Die state Board of animal health voted 8-0 thursday in favor of a package of changes to the ban. One change which took effect Friday Means parrots canaries and other songbirds As Well As doves and pigeons can once again be part of exhibitions sales and other events where the animals Are commingled. Board of animal health spokeswoman Denise Derrer said the panel also voted to see Birds/a2 $1 of travel changes approved Speed limit and new four Way Stop to take effect by Ken de la Bastide the Herald bulletin Anderson a travel along several Madison county roads is expelled to become safer following action taken by Madison county commissioners this week. Al the request of county Engineer Chuck i Eser. The commissioners voted to make the intersection of county roads 600 West and 200 South West 38th Street a four Way Stop. A a we be had several accidents this year at the intersection Quot Les or said. A motorists Are driving into the intersection in front of another currently Only motorists on 600 West Are required to Stop. Laser said its a Speed Issue and the four Way Stop will slow traffic Down along 600 West which is a major Road Between 53rd Street and Frankton. A a we be talked about this for several years Quot commissioner John re Rhine said. A it has been a problem area and this is the appropriate thing to laser said for several weeks there will be signs posting alerting motorists that there is a Stop ahead at the intersection. The commissioners also approved a request made by Leser to change the stretch of county Road 1000 South Between Indiana 13 and county Road 750 West to a posted Speed limit of 45 Miles per hour. Currently there is no posted limit on the Road which is South of Ingalls. Leser said there is a lot of traffic on the Road and residents requested see changes /a2 travel restrictions new travel restrictions in Madison county taking effect next week a four Way Stop at the intersection of county Road 600 West and 200 South West 38th Street. A 45 Mph Speed limit set on county Road 1000 South Between ind. 13 and county Road 750 West. South of Ingalls. The associated press 4-h participants prepared egg entries for judging during the Grant county 4-h fair last month. 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