The Herald Bulletin

July 1, 2013

You Said It: About Anderson City Market, health insurance and Gene's Root Beer


— Each Monday, The Herald Bulletin publishes “You Said It,” a complation of reader comments from heraldbulletin.com coupled with responses by the newspaper’s editorial board.

Anderson City Market debuted last week, offering local produce and handmade wares at Athletic Park. (Article published June 27)

THB: A great idea and a good location. It’s great to see Athletic Park utilized again.

Schools reduce part-time hours to comply with healthcare law. (June 27)

THB: Insurance is a huge cost of doing business and some, like ACS, are finding ways around it.

Longtime Anderson Community School teacher Dorothy R. Ayers died last week at the age of 94. (June 26)

THB: Another ACS teacher who evidently left an indelible impression on her students.

In an editorial published June 27 The Herald Bulletin urged readers to help support programs that help feed the hungry.

THB: If one child in this plentiful country is hungry, that’s one too many. Hunger is a reality, whether you see it or not and these programs are necessary and should be supported.

The owners of Gene’s Root Beer have been accused of stealing tips from the carhops. ( June 28)

THB: Waiting to see how this plays out.