- Scott Underwood: Special report illuminates meth problem in Madison County Cheap and easy to make, methamphetamine locks users in a poverty of the body, mind and soul. In many cases, only the intervention of law enforcement can break the drug's stranglehold.
- Charo Boyd: Your spouse may be covered by Social Security If you have a spouse who does not earn an income or who earns less than you do, your spouse (including a same-sex spouse) may be entitled to Social Security spouses’ benefits based on your record.
- Maureen Hayden: Zoeller relishes role as state's defender Supporters of same-sex marriage hailed Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring when he announced that he wouldn’t defend his state’s prohibition against gay marriage. Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller calls Herring’s decision a “dereliction of duty.”
- Nancy Vaughan: Indiana poised to address child care issues Last week, United Way staff and volunteers from across the state visited the Indiana statehouse to add our voices to support for bipartisan legislation to improve early child care and education.
- Jim Bailey: Mona Hoffman’s life was intertwined with AU beginnings Another connection with the beginnings of Anderson University nearly a century ago came to an end this month with the passing of Mona Morrison Hoffman in White Bear Lake, Minn.
- Howard Hewitt: Drought to raw materials affect future wine prices News from the world’s wine regions can affect even the average wine drinker. There is a lot going on, particularly in California, which can affect future wine prices.
- Maleah Stringer: Prison partnership helps animals and humans alike The Second Chance at Life Greyhound Prison Program does indeed change lives. It matters; and it demonstrates that animals have the power to heal.
- Ken de la Bastide: Water rate hike expected at 21.18 percent It appears likely when the Anderson City Council conducts a special meeting Thursday it will approve an increase in water rates.
- 'Big Joe Clark:' Understanding the phases of personal finance This particular column has nothing to do with the economic times or market conditions. Rather, it is all about you and where you are financially.
Verna Davis: Everything is possible, even spring
I don't know if you've noticed it or not, but people are starting to get, well, umm, how can I say it gracefully? People are starting to get grouchy. And that makes me kinda grouchy, too. What's the reason for all this grouch? Well, duh. Look outside
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