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Letters to the Editor
A recent study by Ball State professor Jagdish Khubchandani concluded that few schools have protocols for dealing with teen dating violence, which is a problem.
Agreements to pay back taxes on Mounds Mall and the Wigwam should give Madison County a financial boost while setting both properties on the path to resurrection.
Congratulations to the Herald Bulletin leadership, Beverly Joyce, Scott Underwood and team for winning the Blue Ribbon Daily Award in the Hoosier State Press Association's annual Better Newspaper contest.
While the internet is sometimes vilified for discouraging interpersonal connection in communities, the United Way is using the internet to bring back a sense of community with its virtual camp…
It is never too early to teach accountability for one’s actions, and accountability is certainly what is needed following the vandalism of Falls Park in Pendleton.
The Department of Education’s 2017 creation of new pathways to high school graduation increased the workload of school counselors without providing the necessary resources to handle such an increase.
After the Madison County Commissioners fired the director of the local JobSource office and moved to appoint a political friend to the position, the organization's Region 5 board of directors intervened.
New Flagship Enterprise Center CEO Terry Truitt recently announced his plans to steer the Flagship back to its original course as a small tech business incubator, a plan which, if property executed, is sure to reap positive results for Anderson and its surrounding communities.
As time passes, we should remember Andrew Luck, the Colts quarterback, less for his premature departure from the game and more for the excitement and inspiration he brought to fans here in Anderson and across the state.
In the wake of the nation’s latest mass shooting incidents, Republicans and Democrats remain starkly divided on how to address the problem, or even what the problem is.
A 5-year-old is left motherless. A life is cut short. Two others are ended before they could begin. Could this tragedy possibly be more heart-rending?
With Pendleton’s leaders torn between promoting economic growth and preserving a small-town quality of life, it is fortunate that a comprehensive plan for controlled growth and development is …
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This Week's Circulars
- Affidavit: Child was burned with wax, had ringworm, was lethargic
- Anderson police officer investigated on molestation allegation
- Anderson man accused of having sex with 14-year-old boy
- Police arrest woman found unconscious at Taco Bell with needle in her lap
- Fire hits Anderson residence
- Frankton high school evacuated after message found on bathroom wall
- Anderson woman in stable condition following Saturday accident
- Police: Passer-by confronts man attacking woman to save infant
- Michigan man on trial on drug-dealing charges
- Mother arrested after DCS worker finds child with serious injuries