The Herald Bulletin

Morning Update


September 23, 2013

You Said It: About the Aults, mayor's Italy trip and Wall Street investing

Each week, The Herald Bulletin publishes “You Said It,” a compilation of reader comments from coupled with responses by the newspaper’s editorial board.


Officials recall ‘disgusting’ conditions at Summitville farm owned by Daniel and Carrie Ault. (Article published Sept. 14)

  •  “We all need to make sure this does not go unpunished ...”

THB: The Aults face a litany of charges connected to the conditions found at the farm. All told, the two are co-defendants on 96 charges of improper disposal of a dead animal, 15 counts of cruelty to an animal, and two counts of neglect of a dependent child.


Anderson Mayor Kevin Smith leads foreign trade mission to Italy. (Sept. 19)

  • “We can only hope this is not just smoke and mirrors. A staggering 25 percent of Anderson residents are currently stuck living in poverty. Politicians again want us to believe that success is right around the corner, when it was the political organizations, which they represent, that created this economic hardship ... Repeal the trade laws that created our problem.”

THB: Let’s do hope it works. At least with this administration, we have someone who is getting the word about Anderson out there. You cannot sit here and hope and pray businesses will come to you. Smith and his team are being proactive.


THB editorial: Wealth gap traces to ability to invest. (Sept. 19)

  • “American equity and commodity markets are nothing more than a casino. Welcome to the Wall Street casino; sorry, high rollers only — no admittance for poor people — “We will take your cash, but don’t expect to get it back” reads the sign on the wall. Americans aren’t investing these days, they are gambling.”

THB: Wall Street investing is open to all and is a gamble. But so is life. Go ahead and roll the dice.



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  • Editorial: Health center problem could have been avoided The lives and reputations of three healthcare professionals have been ruined by mismanagement at the Madison County Community Health Center. It could have been avoided.

    July 22, 2014

  • Bannon, Tom Viewpoint: Paramount is an investment that is paying dividends About 25 years ago the citizens of Anderson made a decision that would have a long lasting impact on the community. Instead of saving the old Paramount Theatre, which had fallen into serious disrepair, it was decided that the easy and prudent decision was to get rid of the building to create additional downtown parking. Shortly after the Paramount came down, the community got rid of another abandoned structure when the old Carnegie Building, which was the former home of the Anderson Public Library, was torn down.

    July 21, 2014 1 Photo

  • You Said It: About the reservoir, immigration and more on the Wigwam Each Monday, The Herald Bulletin publishes “You Said It,” a compilation of readers’ comments from coupled with responses by the newspaper’s editorial board.

    July 21, 2014

  • underwood mug [Duplicate] [Duplicate] Scott Underwood: Colts camp, 4-H fair demand our attention Late July is a busy, exciting time in Madison County. With the school year approaching fast, folks want to savor the long, hot (well, not so hot lately) days of July.

    July 20, 2014 1 Photo

  • Maureen Hayden: Expiring term heightens the urgency of one lawmaker’s mission State Rep. Rebecca Kubacki may have lost the Republican primary to a Tea Party challenger, but the two-term Republican from Kosciusko County is not going away quietly.

    July 20, 2014

  • Indiana State of State-12 [Duplicate] Editorial: State surplus comes at expense of Hoosiers' well-being If Indiana is taking in $59.8 million less – blamed on declines in revenues from the riverboat gambling tax, inheritance tax and individual income tax – and still is able to save $106.8 million, that extra cash isn’t being plucked from a secret forest of money trees.

    July 19, 2014 1 Photo

  • NWS - HB0727 - horse and pony - DK - 266 Editorial: 4-H members have goals, dreams

    This week's Madison County 4-H Fair is an opportunity to showcase area youth. They're proud of their work. Their hopeful of their futures. And they're willing to put their goals and dreams in the public eye.

    July 18, 2014 1 Photo

  • NWS - HB0626 - Shoot - 03 Editorial: License suspension makes sense in Roger Shoot case Some will object when a person accused of a crime is punished by a professional organization before conviction.

    July 17, 2014 1 Photo

  • Letter: Wall Street should not be in politics Talk about corruption, ponzi schemes, we're looking at you, Wall Street, controlling the prices of our food, gasoline and clothing we must buy and about every company in America — while trashing President Obama, the Affordable Health Care Plan, along with every Democrat, to influence our elections, at the same time.

    July 17, 2014

  • Letter: 23 Relay for Life teams raised $40,000 As chairs of this year's American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Madison County, we would like to thank everyone for their generosity and support.

    July 17, 2014

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