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Every night the Brown family sits down to dinner in their small kitchen. The family, clockwise from left, is father Steve Brown; Joey, 5; mother Rachel; CJ, 7; Jonathan, 15; and Jacob, 3.
Surviving the times
Rachel Brown and her family are struggling to survive on an annual salary of $41,000, but they do not qualify for public assistance. “If it wasn’t for the food pantry we would eat, but we would be eating beans and spaghetti every night,” Brown says.
- Feeding the masses
- AU students surprised by Edwards' decision to retire
- 'Super Saturday' lives up to name
- Changed wording delays debate on right to hunt, fish
- Surviving the times
Liberty Christian players celebrate their sectional victory over Monroe Central Saturday night.
Lions roar to third straight title
After a rough start in Saturday's sectional final against Monroe Central, Liberty Christian showed its mettle and finished off its quest for a third straight sectional title with a hard-fought 64-52 victory.
- Frankton loses another title game thriller
- Devils end Arabians' sectional streak
- Eastern knocks out Madison-Grant
- Frankton roars past Falcons in second half
- Lions roar to third straight title
The Anderson High School Indian and Maiden mascots do a Native-American dance for the Edgewood Elementary School students as part of the school's Black History Month program Feb. 28th that incorporated the school's diversity message into the program.
Scott Underwood: Spelling bee takes THB team effort
Regardless of whether you attended The Herald Bulletin's regional spelling bee Wednesday evening in the Anderson City Building auditorium, I hope you enjoyed our coverage of it.
- Editorial: AU President Edwards cultivates common ground
- Viewpoint: Stop the Mounds Reservoir project
- Scott Underwood: Spelling bee takes THB team effort