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Anderson Herald Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 25, 2015, Anderson, Indiana Monday May 25, 2015 i the Herald bulletin a3 local amp state Scott Underwood editor the photos capture rites of passage Over the next two weeks family members and friends will pack gyms auditoriums and other venues and applaud High school graduates As they Cross the stage to receive a diploma and a handshake sending them off into the next chapter of their lives. Graduation is a rite of passage in the Madison county area a time for hugs and smiles and tears and cheers. A time for reflecting on childhood and 13 years of school and a time for looking ahead to adulthood and an Uncertain future. Graduation for Many is a time of roiling emotion. Its happiness and eagerness and anxiety and melancholy All mixed into an intoxicating brew. In Short graduation is a time to cherish and a time to remember. As in recent years the Herald bulletin will chronicle local High school graduations in photographs. Well publish a Small selection of these the morning after in our print edition. But to get the full Range of graduation images youll want to visit and look for our graduation photo galleries. Well Post hundreds of photos for your perusal. Its of with us too if you want to Purchase some of the images. Its easy through the webpage. Indiana Christian Academy a graduation was Friday. Here is the schedule for the other local High school commencements a Anderson High school june 6, la . A Alexandria Monroe High school May 29, 7 . A Daleville High school june 5, 8 . A Elwood High school june 7, 2 . A Frankton High school May 29, 7 . A Lapel High school May 30, 7 . A Pendleton Heights High school May 31,2 . A Shenandoah High school june 7,2 . A Liberty Christian school May 30,1 . A Anderson preparatory Academy May 30, to . While you re checking out the graduation photo galleries on hit website spend a Little time looking around at the other galleries. If you re a High school student or a family member or Friend of a High school student you wont want to miss our local prom photo compilations. We have galleries for people who have other interests As Well. Our monthly the gallery is a compilation of our favorite photos of the month. And we Post galleries from High school sports events each week. If you re an avid photographer perhaps you a like to contribute to our monthly Reader photo galleries. We choose one of these photos each Day for publication on Page a2 of our print edition. If you have trouble posting your photos or finding the galleries or if you have other questions related to graduation photos or our photojournalism in general Contact me or photo video editor John Cleary. My Contact information is below. John can be reached at 640-4875 or . Editor Scott Underwood $ column appears mondays. Like him on Facebook and follow him on twitter amp the editor Contact him at Scott. Underwood amp Herald up or 640-4845.man killed in pedestrian car Accident Ohio resident struck on Indiana 9 saturday evening by Kelly Dickey the Herald bulletin Anderson a an Ohio Man visiting for the Anderson Little 500 died after being struck by a car late saturday night. Paul t. Ensign 55, of Avon Lake Ohio was pronounced dead at the scene after he attempted to Cross Indiana 9 North of Anderson by foot at 11 45 . Saturday Madison county sheriff department operations commander David Callahan said. According to witness reports a 1998 Chevrolet Malibu driven by Brent k. Williams 63, Summitville struck Ensign As he crossed Indiana 9 from Johnson a Motel to the Sunico food Mart. Ensign ran into the path of the Malibu. Callahan said Ensign was visiting Anderson for the Little 500, and he was a guest at the Motel. Williams was not injured in the Accident but he was taken to Community Hospital and later released. Callahan said investigators done to believe alcohol was a Factor but an investigation is ongoing. A the crash team is continuing its investigation and As More information comes available Well follow up on it a he said. Like Kelly Dickey on Facebook and follow her on twitter Kelly the or Call 640-4805. Fun at Falls John p. Cleary the Herald bulletin warm temperatures and Sunshine brought people out Over the Holiday weekend to enjoy the outdoors. Falls Park at Pendleton was a favorite place to go and play in the Creek to Cool off a bit. Delaware county fish farm loses lawsuits on Thi Wes a . Contact a managing editor news Scott mlle 648-4230, . Albany a a Central Indiana fish farm that last year won approval for a $30 million expansion faces More than $200,000 in court judgments after lawsuits filed by businesses who say the company owes them Money. Bell aquaculture set up operations in the mid-2000s, opening a fish farm in Albany and building a Headquarters in Redkey. The company a goal was to produce Perch and other fish for restaurants and retail outlets and officials said in 2009 they hoped to raise $15 million from investors. In 2012, the company asked the county to Issue $16.6 million in economic development Revenue Bonds. Now county officials and those who have done business with the company say they re worried the business is in trouble. Bell aquaculture officials had no Contact with economic development officials for months and the company failed to respond to lawsuits filed by other businesses. A no one wants a faltering business especially an Indiana business a Indianapolis attorney Mike Mccrory told the Star press a Elf they re facing challenges we Hope they turn it around. A Mccrory represents Daybook fisheries in Louisiana which supplied fish food to Bell. Daybook won More than $211,000 from Bell aquaculture earlier this month in a lawsuit filed in Jay county. A trucking company won about $3,800 in a lawsuit filed after Bell failed to pay its Bills. A i work with three or four companies and they owed Money to All a owner Scott Ramey told the Star press. A a they re not paying their Norm Mccowan Belles president and ceo said he had been away on sales trips and that a Why he Hadnot been in touch with economic development officials. A when we need to communicate we do that very Well a Mccowan said. A the associated Tress what a where today Anderson a memorial Day Observance a local City state and Federal government offices libraries financial institutions Post offices closed. No mail delivery. A memorial Day veterans service 11 ., City building 120 e. Eighth St notices of local pubic meetings and events should be sent to whats where . Bos 1090, Anderson 460is foxed to 765 640-4815 or emailed to to View and Post local a wanes in the Community a online Calenda visit Herald . �?~500�?T a social event for Many fan say series officials made right decision on Driver safety by Ken de la Bastide the Herald bulletin Speedway for hours before the Start of the Indianapolis 500, fans interacted with each other and got the occasional glance at Drivers moving through gasoline Alley. Fans got to see Helio Castr Neves Riding a bicycle will Power driving a Golf cart Ryan Briscoe walking to his garage. From the casual firs time visitor to the Indianapolis motor Speedway to those who have been attending for years the Indianapolis 500 has a special mystique around it. Hanks Edwards la of St Louis has been coming to the Indianapolis 500 for seven years and follows the Verizon indy car series throughout the year. A a it a fast loud and a very interacting sport a he said. When asked if his classmates were envious of his trips to Indianapolis Edwards said they done to know what it is. Nick Romanch 12, was at the race with his family and is preparing to possibly replace Donald Davidson As historian in the future. He has committed to memory Many of the statistics about the race. A a in be been following the 500 since i was a baby Quot he said. A i like everything about indy cars. The racing the fast cars everything pretty he hoped Helio Castr Neves would win his fourth indy 500 on sunday. Jesse Wengerd of Berlin Ohio was attending his first 500 with friends who reside in Indianapolis and provided the Opportunity. A i love it so far a he said in the front of the famed Pagoda As his friends took care of several coolers filled with adult beverages. Quot ifs awesome lot of people and a real social event a for firs time indy 500 attendee Jesse Wengerd the race is a social event photos by tim Rivers for the Herald bulletin had three big crashes and one of the Drivers got seriously Hurt a he said. A a it a going to be a great race make it competitive at the end like it has been the past couple of wheelers has been making the trip to Indianapolis for the past five years and intends to return in 2016. A just the event you hear about it a he said of the decision to come the first time. A once you come you re hooked. We talk about not coming Back every year but Alen we come Cindy Maguire of fort Wayne was attending her first race sunday. A your friends have had tickets for 50 years and invited us to come to the race Quot she said. A things have Bern fabulous. A ifs a neat experience in Indiana a Maguire said. A my husband has wanted to come. We never had the Opportunity until now. I would come Back again. This is a total awesome former Indianapolis resident Teresa Thornton now living in Plano Texas said her husband and son attend annually. A i always look Forward to the singing of a Back Home again in Indiana and the Start of the race a she said. Follow Ken de la Bastide on twitter Ken Delapas tide or Call 640-4863. Hanks Edwards 11,of St Louis has been attending the Indianapolis 500 for seven years and likes the fast cars and the noise. He said. Mike Romanch of Toledo Ohio said they be been coming to Indianapolis since 1998 and Are preparing to attend the 100th indy 500 in 2016. He thought indy car officials made the right decision during qualifications in the name of safety. A i was All right with that because there were too Many accidents and flipping a Romanch said. A it was a safety decision. A a in a looking Forward to another great race with a lot of Lead changes a he said. Brian Wheeless of Perrysburg Ohio agreed the decision made during qualifications was the Correct move by series officials. A it was a Good idea. You

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