Journalists from the Herald Bulletin will be covering a march, related to death of George Floyd in Minnesota, in downtown Anderson this evening.
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The rally that brought home Alexandria’s first state championship in 21 years began with a strikeout.
Think about where the 2020 presidential race was a month ago: President Trump had been acquitted in the Senate impeachment trial, and his approval was approaching the 50% mark that had eluded him for most of his first term.
Growing up in Anderson and attending Bethany Christian Church, Troy Jackson learned the values that go with being an evangelical.
The failure, for the second year in a row, to define consent for sexual activity under Indiana code doesn’t deter state Rep. Sue Errington, D-Muncie, but rather strengthens her conviction to reintroduce the bill again.
When a person is standing on a high-rise building ledge as if he was going to jump, someone below sees him and shouts he's about to jump, it immediately draws a crowd to see the spectacle. They really don't give a hoot about the jumper, they just came to see it and say they saw it.