The Herald Bulletin

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Editorials

April 1, 2013

You Said It: About vouchers, animal shelters and basketball player Kelsey Key

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ANDERSON, Ind. —

  • “Hooray for the conservative party for delivering a blow to the teachers unions.”
  •  “No matter how high of a ranking a given public school may achieve, we still have those students who need something more. As a society, we owe it to each child to make sure they are educated and if that means some need to opt out of the larger classrooms to a system that offers them more one-on-one attention, then we need to allow for that. The focus should be first and foremost to educate.”

THB: It’s about providing the best education you can for the children. It allows a choice.

Reservoir plan gets approval of the Madison County Chamber. (March 26)

  • “Given the location of the proposed reservoir, Kyle Morey’s (Madison County chamber president) statement that the project could ‘create prime real estate around the reservoir’ is laughable. Build the reservoir in the Killbuck Creek basin flooding back to Killbuck Lakes through Killbuck Park, Mallard Lake and beyond. Then, there will be thousands of acres of prime real estate to develop without the disruption to city services, roads, housing and business. A Killbuck location will also allow local business leaders and “statesmen” to confidently develop the mall area and transform Anderson.”

THB: Another idea worthy of some study?

 

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