The Marion County ghost town of Rush could get a bit of a fix-up with the help of a 135-thousand dollar federal grant. The town was once home to five-thousand people, most of them engaged in mining zinc early in the last century. But it`s been abandoned for more than 50 years, and it`s buildings are crumbling as well as succumbing to the occasional fire. Lost most recently were the town`s livery stable and a decades-old home that were burned by arsonists. The town is inside the Buffalo National River, and National Park Service historian Suzie Rogers hopes to save some of what`s left with the federal grant.