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Don McAllister: Dovetailing on a great column with a word on encouragement
Every day starts a new story, and this one tips its hat to a great column that recently appeared in The Herald Bulletin by Jesse Wilkerson where he emphasized the value of choosing one’s words.
Primus Mootry: The challenge of black leadership in the 21st century
As February, Black History Month, approaches, I feel compelled to share some thoughts on issues facing Americans as a backdrop for a series of articles to come next week and throughout the coming month.
Emmett Dulaney: The genius of Google
Sometimes, when you encounter genius, you can do nothing but smile.
Maleah Stringer: Saving Max program a rewarding reminder
Unless someone works at an animal shelter/humane society or volunteers on a regular basis, it is hard to understand the sheer volume of phone calls, of people coming through the doors for a variety of reasons, the animals, the sadness, the cruelty done to some of these animals and the stress involved in seeing and dealing with all this on a daily basis.
Jim Bailey: Another Anderson institution getting ready to close its doors
Older Andersonians will remember that the building at the corner of 12th and Main streets, since reconstructed, wasn’t always the Anderson Public Library. It was once the site of Sears Roebuck & Co.
Howard Hewitt: Trips offer credibility and good experience
The wine industry spends a lot of money worldwide to promote brands, regions and wine tourism. One of the many ways the wine industry invests is press trips.
Nancy Vaughan: Warm up to the idea of giving heat
Whether we reach, exceed or fall short of the annual campaign goal, we know we have challenges across the community.
Emmett Dulaney: Have you planned your exit?
Mark Motluck, business law professor at Anderson University, points out that 76 million Americans were born between 1946 through 1964 and many of these baby boomers are business owners who will be retiring and leaving the business world over the next 20 years.
Primus Mootry: New Year's and new fears
It is next to impossible to go into a new year without reflecting on the previous one.
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