The Herald Bulletin

December 9, 2012

You Said It: About eateries, education's importance and Lacy


The Herald Bulletin

ANDERSON, Ind. — Each Monday, The Herald Bulletin publishes “You Said It,” a compilation of readers’ comments from www.theheraldbulletin.com and the newspaper’s editorial board.



Golden Corral takes over the former Ryan’s location near the interstate. (Published Dec. 3)

THB: Jobs are jobs. Like it or not, the service industry is growing unlike other sectors of the economy. We are lucky that someone saw potential in the site and reopened it, instead of having another building sitting empty.



Black Expo, local leaders seek solutions to education numbers for black teens. (Dec. 4)

THB: Absolutely, education is the key for a better life, period. With so many programs available for financial help there is no excuse but laziness not to take advantage what is offered.



State education board votes to change licensing rules. (Dec. 5)

THB: This seems like a decision that should have been made after the new superintendent takes over.



Longtime area educator Lorelei Lacy, 96, died Dec. 4. (obituary published Dec. 6)

THB: A gracious woman, who impacted many in the area.