- Local Education
- Rick Muir: Difficult days for teachers As Rick Muir looks back on his career as an educator and a teachers' union leader, he says these last few years have been the most difficult.
- Lanane speaks on gay marriage, other issues The caucus leaders of the Indiana Legislature said the same-sex marriage amendment shouldn't be what lawmakers focus on this session.
- Diggidy's pledges free treats to ACS Diggidy’s has pledged up to $72,000 in free frozen treats to reward Anderson students.
- Speaking from experience Competition is what drives Anderson High School's speech team, coached by Paul Partezana and captained by senior Alexa Eden. They recently won third place at the Maconaquah High School speech competition, the team's first major success in Partezana's nine years as coach.
Bird wins community award from Anderson University
Herald Bulletin Publisher Henry Bird received the William P. Riethmiller Community Partnership Award Saturday night from Anderson University. The award was part of the annual President’s Dinner for fellows and sponsors at Anderson University.
Broken hydraulic line sends one student to hospital
One Maple Ridge Elementary student was taken to the hospital and 59 others were examined when a hydraulic hose on a school bus leaked and sprayed the interior of the bus Friday morning.
- Pendleton students learn about financial literacy The 30 seniors in Tearle Dwiggins’ “Personal Financial Responsibility” class got a crash course Thursday in financial literacy from Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson.
- No pulling back Try looking at the world through the eyes of a dog. This is the perspective that Indiana author Ruth Ann Hanley took in writing her new book, “No Pulling Back.”
- 'The Odd Couple' to hit local stage Anderson University’s Theatre Department presents “The Odd Couple,” Neil Simon’s female version, opening Friday at Boze Lyric Theatre in Byrum Hall. Ronn Johnstone directs.
- School use policy OK'd Who may use Anderson schools and for what purposes was clarified in a policy adopted Tuesday by the Anderson Community Schools Board.
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