Scott Underwood: Tout videos fun to make, fun to watch
We have a new toy here in the newsroom at The Herald Bulletin. It's called Tout, and it enables us to shoot and post short videos quickly and easily on our Twitter feeds and on our website.
Maureen Hayden: Steuerwald, Turner in tough spots politically
Steering lawmakers through a rewrite of the state’s criminal code won House Judiciary Chairman Greg Steuerwald bipartisan accolades this year.
Dennis Lanane: Triad, APD working together on Senior Link
Triad and the Anderson Police Department are trying to get the Senior Link up and running again like it was a few years ago. Many seniors are being neglected and do not know who to turn to for help.
Rob Loose: Need for funeral planning never takes a vacation
Whether you’re on a cross-country escapade or thawing out in Florida for the winter, what do you do if your loved one passes away? It depends on what you want.
Theresa Timmons: Who knew washing dishes could be so complicated?
My husband Seth was recently allowed to shop, unsupervised, at Lowes Home Improvement store. We were in desperate need of a new dishwasher.
Jim Bailey: Renaming streets involves red tape, but it happens
With the red tape involved in changing the name of a street, including confusion in designating addresses of existing homes and businesses, residents as well as government officials don’t always look favorably on changing street names.
Maleah Stringer: 9 Lives program brings felines, prisoners together
The 9 Lives shelter cat prison program was established in 2009. The main motivation behind it was to save these cats' lives due to an overpopulation issue with unwanted cats in our community. The animals provide unconditional love, and the offenders care for the animals in return. It is definitely a win/win situation.
Susie Schieve: County desperately needs spay/neuter law
The Madison County Community Foundation through its Grant Madness contest has brought awareness to the hardworking non-profits of our community.
'Big Joe' Clark: Curves ahead in national economic road
Over the past several years, the actions of the Federal Reserve have dominated the financial landscape. Arguably, the Fed’s actions have also played a significant behind-the-scenes role in economic improvement.
Verna Davis: In some ways, teens not much different from adults
Teenagers can be a bit hard to explain. By observing their actions and by remembering my own teen years, I have come to the conclusion that teenagers and cats have an awful lot in common.
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