The Herald Bulletin

Afternoon Update


April 19, 2014

Back in the News: April 20

The Herald Bulletin looks back at stories from the Anderson Daily Bulletin and The Anderson Herald newspapers.

10 Years Ago – 2004

April 21 – The Edgewood Baptist Church now is completely inside the town limits of Edgewood. The Town Council made it official by passing an ordinance annexing the western portion of the church property. Attorney J.R. Builta explained that a parcel belonging to the church was in the city of Anderson, which complicated the permit process during the church’s recent building project. The older part of the church building was in the town of Edgewood, and the church asked Anderson to de-annex its corner of the property, which Anderson agreed to provided a provision be added to return the property should it ever go into private hands.

April 22 – Anderson residents along the White River and other flood-prone areas received good news in that rates for flood insurance are decreasing. On the 40th anniversary of the 1964 flood, city officials announced that flood insurance rates would be dropping 5 percent this year and possibly by 20 percent in 2005. Mayor Kevin Smith said the highest flood recorded in Anderson was in 1913 when the river crested at 23.6 feet, and in 1964 the level was 19.4 feet. Last year the river crested at 19.5 feet, the fifth worst flood in the city’s history.

25 Years Ago – 1989

April 20 – “Bigger is not better” was the clear message from nearly 30 speakers addressing the Anderson Community Schools Facilities Task Force. The committee faced nearly a full house in the Anderson High School auditorium for approximately four hours. Speaker after speaker attacked the task force’s consolidation plan. “It shows the foresight of the men who invented the Edsel,” said Dr. Philip Foley, Anderson Indians team physician doctor. Anderson High School teachers and students shared the podium with parents and alumni setting forth reasons AHS should not be closed.

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  • FEA - HB0724 - Amputee Support - JC 3 Supporting limb loss awareness

    A small group of amputees gathered for the Second Annual Show Your Mettle Day at Frazier’s Dairy Maid on Friday. The event, which offered free ice cream to amputees thanks to Prevail Prosthetics and Orthotics, served as a meet and greet to help support limb loss awareness in the community.

    July 24, 2014 3 Photos

  • Jim Bailey: Now if Grace beats Bethel... Fans in the United States are just now waking up to the complexities of World Cup soccer, which is a lot more popular around the world than it is here.

    July 24, 2014

  • Community Briefs: July 24 A compilation of community news items as published in the Thursday edition of The Herald Bulletin.

    July 24, 2014

  • NWS - HB0723 - Fair Food - JC 3 The 'fairest food of all' Rides along the midway and 4-H animals may be a big draw for the county fair, but there's plenty of food people look forward to and indulge in during the Madison County 4-H Fair.

    July 23, 2014 3 Photos

  • Community Briefs: July 23 A compilation of community news items as published in the Wednesday edition of The Herald Bulletin.

    July 23, 2014

  • FEA - HB0722 - SAVI - 1 Staying strong during adversity

    When doctors told Judy Best she had cancer she was shocked, but she never lost hope.

    July 22, 2014 2 Photos

  • Community Briefs: July 22 A compilation of community news as published in the Tuesday edition of The Herald Bulletin.

    July 22, 2014

  • Community Briefs: July 21

    A compilation of community news as published in the Monday edition of The Herald Bulletin.

    July 21, 2014

  • FEA - HB0721 - Rotary Exchange - JC 1 Foreign exchange program builds lasting friendships Paulina Berger returned to her hometown in Olpe, Germany on Friday, but she left something important behind: part of her heart. The 16-year-old spent a year living with three host families in Anderson as part of the Rotary Youth Exchange program.

    July 20, 2014 2 Photos

  • FEA HB0721 ISU Normal Hall Work underway to restore ISU's Normal Hall The sounds of heavy equipment, impact drills and even a large wrecking ball are evidence of a renovation underway at Normal Hall, Indiana State University's oldest academic building.

    July 20, 2014 1 Photo

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