The Indiana Civic Health Index group reports that the Hoosier state consistently ranks in the bottom 10 nationally in voter turnout, something the group seeks to remedy and with good reason.
Letters to the Editor
As Aspire and Progress House seek to address the concerns of neighbors opposing a proposed addiction treatment facility, neighbors should listen and reevaluate.
Congresswoman Susan Brooks, R-5th District, is dodging the issue of whether there should be an impeachment inquiry based on President Donald Trump's alleged quid pro quo ultimatum to Ukraine.
Voters in Anderson are like train passengers who've reached a depot after a long ride and must decide whether to remain on the current track or board a different, less familiar train.
Some city councils do the mayoral administration's bidding without challenging requests for budget allocations, ordinance revisions and personnel additions.
Although valid arguments could be made on both sides, the Ingalls Board of Zoning Appeals chose to listen to the community and vote against Newco Metals’ expansion project. The voice of the people should serve as a tie-breaker in government decisions.
Roof repairs, new theater equipment and new tenants are just a few of the needs to be addressed by the new owner of Mounds Malls before the facility can be reopened and restored to a position of prominence in the community.
The Anderson Civilian Review board might never wield great authority, but its voice will be stronger if it becomes better organized. And that's what the board is attempting to do by developing bylaws, procedures and policies for making recommendations to Anderson City Council.
While motorcycle clubs come with a checkered past, we hope that positive actions overshadow a negative reputation in the case of a club that has made its home in Anderson.
Internet memes and YouTube videos are following in the long tradition of political cartoons, but a video recently shown at a conservative political conference may have gone too far.
While residents of the Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard area of 67th Street have valid concerns over the creation of a residential addiction treatment facility in the area, such facilities pro…
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