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Swoveland trial moved to September

The trial involving Sierra Swoveland, the woman who allegedly shot a Marion man multiple times last August, has been pushed back to Sept. 17.

It was supposed to begin May 7 but a motion of continuance was granted. Swoveland is facing charges of attempted murder, robbery resulting in serious bodily injury, armed robbery and carrying a handgun without a license.

The trial will take place in Madison County Circuit Court 4, beginning at 8:30 a.m.

– Staff Reports

C-T reporter among the best

Former Chronicle-Tribune reporter Navar Watson was named Best Feature Writer by the Indiana Associated Press Media Editors in Division II.

Watson’s submitted articles included features on: the Gas City water tower, Eric Reaves receiving credit for “Hi & Lois” and a 92-year-old veteran returning to his regular coffee house.

– Staff Reports

Free physicals for Marion students

Marion High School will offer free athletic physicals to any student in the school district on Wednesday, May 23 at Bill Green Arena beginning at 5 p.m. Physicals will be first-come, first-serve. Any 4th-11th grader who intends to play a school support must have a physical with physical forms on file before the start of the sports season. Required forms are available at MarionGiantsSports.com.