The Herald Bulletin

February 10, 2014

You Said It: About drug testing, child molest, and the late George G. Pancol


— Each Monday, The Herald Bulletin publishes “You Said It,” a compilation of reader comments from www.theheraldbulletin.com coupled by responses by the newspaper’s editorial board.

Drug abuse screening bill was approved by the Indiana House last week. (Article published Jan. 29)

THB: It’s this simple, if you have money for drugs, you don’t need the taxpayers’ money to help you eat and keep a roof over your head.

The victim in a high-profile child molestation case, Ashley Peterson, searches for relief from post-traumatic stress disorder. ( Feb. 9)

THB: May she get the help she needs to help move forward from this nightmare perpetuated by the man who was supposed to keep her safe.

George G. Pancol remembered as good-natured and hard-working. (Feb. 6)

THB: Many tributes to a life well lived.

Illustrator David Slonim helps students at Tenth Street Elementary school design book covers. (Feb. 2)

THB: This seems like a great way to get “real world” experience into a classroom and could utilize people from other walks of life to share their expertise.