Editorial: Honoring all Mr. Basketballs overdue
At a ceremony last week, Anderson High School honored three winners of the coveted Mr. Basketball award at halftime of a boys basketball game. The recognition given to Anderson graduates Roy Taylor and Kojak Fuller along with Madison Heights product Ray Tolbert was deserved in every way.
Editorial: Hoosier hemp has high potential
Hemp, it's not just for pot smokers anymore.
Editorial: Successes of Sochi Olympics outshine fears, disappointments
The Sochi Winter Olympics brought the world together, shining a light in a sometimes dark corner of the world ... if only for a little while.
You Said It: About income inequality, council error and more meth arrests
Each Monday, The Herald Bulletin publishes "You Said It," a compilation of readers comments from www.theheraldbulletin.com coupled by responses by the newspaper's editorial board.
Editorial: Help authorities extinguish meth scourge in Madison County
Those who believe the statistical spike in meth lab busts by local police (see our "Meth: The Menace of Madison County" series on Page 1 today) is attributable merely to increased attention from law enforcement ... Well, they're missing the point entirely.
Editorial: Embattled Anderson police officer should be suspended, investigated
The City of Anderson settled four lawsuits in the past few months, all civil tort claims against APD and officer Ryan Geer for allegedly battering suspects in separate incidents 2008-2010.
Editorial: Gay marriage ban over — for now
The debate over adding an amendment banning gay marriage to the Indiana constitution is over for this session. It has drawn our legislators away from real issues. It has taken up too much of every Hoosier's time.
Editorial: Anderson schools must work hard for better academic achievement
In the past, some Anderson school officials, particularly ACS board trustees, have hidden behind the grading disparity for urban schools. Essentially, they'd given up on the idea of success.
Editorial: RR signal could spur business
The price tag of $380,000 for signals seems costly but maybe the addition of railroad signals will help attract industry.
Editorial: CVS makes right move in helping smokers kick the habit
Smoking is a hard, hard, hard habit to break. Simple willpower often isn’t strong enough to unchain us from this unhealthy practice.
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