The Herald Bulletin

March 11, 2013

You Said It: About annexation, clearing roads and guns in schools

The Herald Bulletin

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

THB editorial: Road crews, motorists react well to March snowstorm. (Article published March 7.)

THB:  Let’s hope once the weather warms up the city and county will be on pothole patrol; there’re some big ones out there.

Seventeen square miles of land in the southwest part of Madison County, including Indiana 13 from County Road 400 South to I-69, are included in Anderson Mayor Kevin Smith’s proposed annexation as part of a new growth initiative for the city. (Feb. 8)

THB: Stay tuned, we’ll be hearing about this for some time.

Highland Middle School student accused of bringing unloaded gun to school. (March 5)

THB: In this day and age there is no reason not to have a metal detector at the school entrance most used by the students. We are glad that the gun was unloaded, but how about next time? There are no safety procedures in place if there is no metal detector on site.