- Anderson residents donated 42,663 pounds of food On behalf of the NALC Branch 489 (Anderson post office) I would like to thank everyone who donated food or made a monetary donation on May 10 to our food drive. We are happy to report that we collected 42,663 pounds of food in Anderson alone.
- Letter: Success Academy teachers should be kept As important as education is, it is a shame to eliminate Success Academy because of the contract the Federation of Teachers has with the Anderson School Board.
- Letter: Event proceeds will send veteran on Honor Flight Psi Phi Chapter of Kappa Delta Phi would like to extend our thanks and deep appreciation to those who came to enjoy our Honor Flight Purse Auction on May 20 in Markleville.
Viewpoint: Mounds Lake essential for ecology, economy
As a business owner involved in economic development in Anderson and a 20-year resident, I see Mounds Lake as an essential step forward for our community.
- Viewpoint: Cleaning meth lab site can cause health problems from exposure Earlier this week an Indiana media outlet published an article that suggested it is OK for Hoosiers to wash the surfaces in a dwelling to remove meth residue or paint over meth residue to make a dwelling safe to occupy again. Since the article ran, IDEM has received multiple calls from property owners and qualified inspectors asking for correct information.
- Letter: Donations will ensure Hardacre's dream In regard to your front page story on the Paramount and Bill Hardacre, you are right on! There are two icons, the theater and Bill. What a blessing to this community.
- Letter: Obamacare a global elitist bill Peggy Noonan, of The Wall Street Journal, recently stated that Obamacare has been nothing but a "huge, historic" mess and I most certainly agree.
- Letter: Gridlock may be only hope for this country Sen. Clayborne jumped the gun. According to the White House scandal playbook, he called the newest VA scandal "racists" too soon. First you deny, then you say "I just heard about it on TV."
Viewpoint: Kids in crisis need our discipleship
"It's not easy being a kid." Most of us would agree with that statement whether our childhood was spent in the anti-establishment days of the 1960s, the counter-culture of the 1970s or some other decade. While every generation experiences challenges, today's kids are living in a world where the role of family is being challenged in unprecedented ways.
Viewpoint: Indiana should raise its state tobacco tax
World No Tobacco Day is an annual awareness event that draws worldwide attention to the tobacco epidemic and highlights the need for effective policies to reduce tobacco use.
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