Scott Underwood: Spring brings new athletic inspiration
Spring is a great time for sports in the Madison County area. In addition to high school softball, baseball, tennis, track and field, and golf, younger kids and older folks are out and about participating in sports.
Maureen Hayden: Indiana’s liquor laws are confusing to consumers
I’m not much a drinker, so I haven’t spent much time thinking about how Indiana’s alcohol laws personally impact me, but that changed last fall when my daughter got married.
You Said It: About the wheel tax, Ravens softball and cold beer sales
Each Monday, The Herald Bulletin publishes “You Said It,” a compilation of reader comments from www.theheraldbulletin.com coupled with responses by the newspaper’s editorial board.
Our View: New state law should help get grads college ready
Graduation from high school can be a hollow achievement for those who haven’t truly mastered the skills and subject matter to prepare themselves well for higher education.
Letter to the editor: Variation in gasoline costs worth noting
This letter is intended for motorists of Madison County, especially Anderson. Research gasbuddies.com.
Letter to the editor: Constitution not a Christian document
If a Christian document had been the goal of the framers, that sentiment would have been explicitly included in the Constitution.
Letter to the editor: Republican tax cut is for only the rich
Don’t judge this bunch of phony majority demagogues in Indianapolis by who gets a tax cut, because if you are a middle class member working stiff, you won’t get one. At least for over $10 a year, while the rich of Indiana will get millions in cuts. Same old crap!
Alcohol sales rules lack consistency in Indiana
Indiana’s current alcohol-sales limitations on convenience stores, groceries and pharmacies are unfair to the retailers and frustrating for consumers.
Government seizure of AP records violates First Amendment spirit
Distrust of government secrecy has been elevated to a higher level with the disclosure that the Justice Department covertly examined two months of Associated Press phone records to determine who leaked details to the AP about a foiled terrorist plot.
Editorial: Sonny Ray’s area needs close scrutiny
This is a serious situation at Sonny Ray’s Bar. Three shootings in a month? That’s out of hand.
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