Descendants of the Sugar Creek African American community attended the Indiana Historical Bureau marker dedication at the “colored cemetery” on Aug. 10. The cemetery is the only evidence that a black community existed from 1850 through 1935, although the community had dispersed years before. The marker also says that a Civil War veteran is buried there. The cemetery is on County Road 824 West, about a half-mile north of Indiana 47 on the way to Old Mill Run campground in rural Thorntown. More details in the Lebanon Reporter.