President Trump’s proposals of delaying the election or imposing strict limitations on voting by mail are simply bad ideas.
Letters to the Editor
Tapping the interim superintendent for the full-time job without even posting it? This is no way to choose a leader, Anderson Community Schools Board of Trustees.
Elwood schools made the right move to go to remote education for high school students after five people tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb recently lapsed into the sort of public health double-speak that's been lampooned since the coronavirus pandemic first struck the United States in March.
Up, up and away go Madison County commissioners' legal costs. From $171,594 in 2016 to $397,395 last year. That's an increase of 132% over a four-year span.
One size won’t fit all when it comes to reopening local schools, but all schools should have contingency plans based on local COVID statistics and availability of personal protective equipment.
The Town of Edgewood should release the findings of an investigation of a court employee who resigned after being accused of using racial slurs in reference to a Black deputy prosecutor.
President Donald Trump and Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos are like football coaches on the sideline screaming at concussed players to sprint back onto the field or else they'll lose their spot on the team.
The Republican National Committee announced in May that it would spend at least $20 million fighting what it sees as Democratic efforts to stuff the ballot box.
In the appointment of Jerry Hoss as pastor of New Horizons United Methodist Church and his almost immediate termination, the fundamental flaw in the process was a lack of transparency.
While most people say things in the privacy of their homes that they would never say in public, the accidental July 4 Facebook Live posting by Anderson Mayor Tom Broderick provides a troubling peek at his attitude toward city council members.
The case of an Edgewood Town Court reporter under investigation for racist speech in the workplace highlights a need for the Race, Equity and Inclusion Workgroup featured in the June 29 edition of The Herald Bulletin.
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