Editorial: Senseless tragedy of fatal crash hits community hard
The tragedy of Sunday afternoon's fatal car crash on Indiana 32 defies words.
You Said It: About hiring veterans, winter driving fines and fundraisers
Each Monday, The Herald Bulletin publishes "You Said It," a compilation of reader comments from www.heraldbulletin.com coupled with responses by the newspaper's editorial board.
Scott Underwood: Tout videos fun to make, fun to watch
We have a new toy here in the newsroom at The Herald Bulletin. It's called Tout, and it enables us to shoot and post short videos quickly and easily on our Twitter feeds and on our website.
Maureen Hayden: Steuerwald, Turner in tough spots politically
Steering lawmakers through a rewrite of the state’s criminal code won House Judiciary Chairman Greg Steuerwald bipartisan accolades this year.
Editorial: Racial disparity still rears its ugly head
Distressing news came out last week confirming what many of us have sadly acknowledged for some time. African-American and Latino children are far less likely to lead successful lives than white or Asian children.
Editorial: Meth pervasive problem in Madison County, state
Aside from meth, Madison County has lots of other substance abuse problems to conquer. Prescription drugs. Crack cocaine. Alcohol. But perhaps none are as damaging and require the attention and focus of police officers that meth demands.
Editorial: Voter registration is critical ahead of primary elections
On May 6, we'll decide party candidates for U.S. and state house representative, county offices and township officials, among others. But no Hoosier can participate without being a registered voter. And the deadline is Monday.
Viewpoint: Third House offers informative discussion
First of all, I would like to thank the League of Women Voters for hosting what is known as the Third House meetings.
Editorial: Spring means extra alert for motorcycles
Many times car and truck drivers don't think about motorcycles until they are right next to them. Be alert to a different set of wheels on the streets.
Viewpoint: Veterans deserve fair chance in job market
No one would enter a sweepstakes if they knew the check was already cashed. This is how many veterans feel in trying to enter the job market.
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