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Jim Bailey: Longtime relationship of Erskine, Wilson spoke volumes
They were, in the words of Carl Erskine, “two skinny kids from the west side of Anderson, two dirty kids trying to do the right thing.”
Susan Miller: Beware a big mic with no message
Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan recently noted, “This is the problem of the world today: Big mic, no message.”
Maleah Stringer: Demand stricter laws against animal abuse
Once again Anderson made top headlines for animal abuse: the brutal killing of a the momma dog and all her puppies.
Don McAllister: The War of the Red Tails, the airmen of Tuskegee
Every day starts a new story, and a recent one is the movie “Red Tails,” the story of the Tuskegee Airmen.
Heather Bremer: You can stay a Manning fan and still be loyal to Colts
I am not nor have I ever been a fan of the New Orleans Saints or San Diego Chargers.
Jim Bailey: Just one kid’s song can brighten many people’s day
Gracie, our 4-year-old youngest granddaughter, has a mind of her own. There isn’t much she’s afraid of. And now I’m beginning to suspect she takes after her Aunt Rachel.
Emmett Dulaney: Using a convenience sample can lead to meaningless results
You may not know this, but I seem to be considered something of an expert in the field of printing — particularly when it comes to the HP model M4345.
Emmett Dulaney: When Twitter backfires
Twitter, that innocuous social media tool that lets users send out 140 character snippets to their followers, is being used more and more as a marketing tool.
Maleah Stringer: Be truthful when filling out an application to adopt a pet
Animal shelters, humane societies and animal rescue groups across the country use adoption applications to screen applicants.
Jim Bailey: Plenty of sports celebrities have spoken in Anderson
Those who like to hear about their favorite sports from the horse’s mouth have had plenty of opportunities over the years in Anderson.
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