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- Anderson, Elwood schools 'not discussing' no buses A day after Muncie voters voted down a referendum to keep their busing system, the superintendents of Anderson and Elwood Community Schools both said that is not on their schools' horizon.
- McDonald's, library partnering in reading program McDonald's Restaurants of Central Indiana are partnering with the Anderson Public Library and celebrating Happy Meal Books with the "Give a Book, Get a Book" campaign.
- Rep. Susan Brooks talks tech with Frankton students A month after Frankton's eighth-grade class visited the Capitol building and U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks in Washington, D.C., she returned the favor by stopping by Frankton Junior/Senior High School on Monday.
- 'Pilgrims' complete walk to Anderson, demand path to citizenship Janett Orozco's feet were sore by the time she reached the front of the Anderson City Building on Monday afternoon.
Anderson University to cut theater, French and philosophy majors
Facing financial challenges including declining enrollment, and decreased funding and endowments, Anderson University announced changes that are hitting the campus hard.
- White River Home Schoolers to present 'Ye-Ha' White River Christian Home Educators’ Junior Drama Troupe will present "Ye-Ha" on Thursday, Nov. 7, and Friday, Nov. 8.
- Honor roll: Nov. 3 Honor roll lists as published in the Sunday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
Poe to add macabre Halloween touch for Highland students
A spooky Halloween treat awaiting a group of Highland Middle School students Thursday will mix the macabre with the flair of Broadway. About 120 students are going to Indianapolis today to watch “Cabaret Poe,” a two-act, two-hour show written by Anderson native Ben Asaykwee.
- Muncie community unites to tell stories of autism "Facing Autism Monologue Event" will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Muncie Civic Theatre Main Stage.
- Education panel develops new A-F system An advisory panel appointed by legislative leaders to review the state’s controversial A-F accountability system has come up with its own proposal for rating schools that keeps the much-criticized letter grades but changes the formula for how those grades are assigned.
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