- Editorial: Ingalls need to rid 'air of distrust' The town of Ingalls in southwestern Madison County has an image problem. The town leadership is, in its own words, lacking trust among current residents.
- Editorial: Indiana should reconsider law to give preference to local bidders When the Anderson Redevelopment Commission awarded a $2.11 million contact to an Indianapolis company last week, you could almost hear a collective groan from the Madison County business community.
You Said It: About beggars, robberies and Indiana 37 danger
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: Madison County marriages cross age boundaries Most read the marriage license applications lists we publish monthly to see whether they know anyone who's getting married. But, if you're interested in sociology, you can find some interesting statistics in the marriage license applications.
- Maureen Hayden: Public safety workers close ranks around gay, lesbian colleagues Jason Miller is one of more than 100 active or retired firefighters, police officers and emergency medical workers who’ve signed a legal brief asking a federal appeals court to uphold same-sex marriage in Indiana for the sake of the families of gay first responders.
- Editorial: ISTEP is reminder that work is never done This year, 490,000 students took ISTEP exams to show their proficiency in math and English from grades 3-8. But the results are also a reflection of the quality of teaching, collectively perhaps.
- Editorial: Police must take measures to keep suspects in custody People who have been arrested on suspicion of committing a crime can be desperate. In some cases, they desperately want to escape the police and will do anything to break free.
- Editorial: Community steps up to meet school supplies need It’s encouraging to see the community doing its part to make sure every student in Madison County is returning to classes this month with all the supplies they need to start the year off right.
- Editorial: City must continue to snuff out electric billing problems The City of Anderson must get its act together in billing for electrical service. Otherwise, how can any resident or business owner be assured that they aren't being overcharged?
Editorial: Congratulations to bands on seeing hard work pay off
Kudos to every piccolo, trumpet or trombone player, drum major or member of the drum corps and flag or rifle twirling specialist of the color guard. We can’t wait to hear and see what you do next.
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