- Primus Mootry: Hoosier black history -- inside the melting pot America is often called "the Great Melting Pot." That idea, with whatever difficulties we know about, has applied to literally every European group seeking a better life here: Scottish, Irish, Polish, German, Russian, and so forth.
Scott Underwood: THB brings you better news report
I hope you've noticed a recent upgrade in the quality and quantity of news reporting in The Herald Bulletin.
- Ken de la Bastide: Bad timing for Smith administration The administration of Anderson Mayor Kevin Smith couldn’t have picked a worse time to divulge that Tom Brewer, superintendent of the water department, was given a $21,000 raise in December.
- Tim Kean: Weather adds to food insecurity Since these first few weeks have occurred as they have, we have taken some very intentional steps to define the weather conditions that will trigger future cancellations for outdoor food distributions.
- Theresa Timmons: Common cold brings a man to his knees and his recliner There are a few phrases that have been uttered throughout history that carry the same weight as a husband announcing he is sick.
- Jim Bailey: Ken Cook provided a link to columnist’s academic past Learning chemistry under Dr. Ken Cook was easily facilitated by his teaching style. He made his presentations slowly and completely as he wrote them out on the board, making note-taking a snap. Unfortunately, making an A in the class was not quite that easy.
- Maleah Stringer: Get involved and don't play the blame game Animal shelters exist because people are not responsible pet owners. They do not spay/neuter their pets and therefore there needs to be a place to keep these unwanted animals so that they do not run loose in communities.
- 'Big Joe' Clark: Planning for retirement similar to Olympics training Truth be told, we pass through life passing judgment on many little pieces of information or observation without truly grasping the context of the entire issue.
- Verna Davis: What's your favorite Bible verse? There's no conceit in what I feel about the Bible. I know that most of you reading this column feel the same way about the Bible that I do.
Jim Bailey: Liberals, conservatives: Never the twain shall meet
How far left is left in politics? And how far right is right? It depends on which way one tends to lean.
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