- Letter: City's actions won't attract new business In this sea of Republican government here in Indiana, we here in Anderson can't even pay our bills or repair water leaks in the Water Department.
- Letter: Customer's gift will help someone in need On Feb. 21, a very nice young lady came in the Utility Office to take care of her bill. She informed one of my employees that she had an extra $500 in which she would like to pay on somebody's bill that is in need.
- Letter: Reformations did not result in religious freedom Contrary to what lots of Christians believe, the Protestant Reformations led by Martin Luther and John Calvin did not result in religious freedom.
- Letter: Month teaches unknown segments of history Letter writer Ed Amick wanted to know why we have Black History Month. I feel that this is a way to let others know another side of our history, other than what you see every day in the news (which is mostly negative).
- Primus Mootry: Juror 8 -- perspectives on madness and murder in Florida In November of 2012, four teenaged black boys from Georgia were visiting relatives in Jacksonville, Fla. Laughing and talking as super bass rap music thumped from powerful speakers in their vehicle, the carefree boys stopped at a gas station convenience store to buy chewing gum and cigarettes.
Editorial: Failure to annex could haunt Anderson for decades
Good politics can bring new life to a community. Bad politics can cast a dark pall over its future.
- Editorial: Hoosier Hysteria unchanged at its core Hoosier Hysteria comes to a head this week with the playing of the boys basketball sectionals. Going to the games is nearly all of the fun.
- You Said It: About mass transit, meth problem Each Monday, The Herald Bulletin publishes "You Said It," a compilation of readers' comments from www.theheraldbulletin.com coupled with responses by the newspaper's editorial board.
- Scott Underwood: Rhymes with Orange,WuMo added to THB comics Several months ago a sales person from a national media syndicate stopped in Anderson to pitch products offered by the company he represents.
- Editorial: Sounds of worship more welcome than protest The sounds of worship are usually joyful. That wasn't the case at the First United Methodist Church of Alexandria where outdoor protests dominated last Sunday's church service.
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