|Owner(s)||Community Newspaper Holdings Inc.|
|Headquarters||1133 Jackson Street, Anderson, Indiana 46016 United States|
The Bulletin was established as a daily in 1883, adding a weekly edition on Saturday in 1885. The Herald was established as an independent Republican paper in 1868, by Stephen Metcalf. It was published weekly.
Anderson's two separate newspapers began operating as one company in 1949, publishing the Anderson Herald, founded as a weekly in 1868, in the morning, and the Anderson Daily Bulletin in the afternoon. Upon their sale to Ingersoll Publications, the two were combined into one morning edition, The Herald Bulletin, starting April 5, 1987. Ingersoll sold the paper to Thomson Corporation in 1990; in 2000, Thomson sold it to CNHI.
The paper's marketing slogan is "Because Life Changes Daily".
- CNHI-CAN Circulation Archived February 12, 2007, at the Wayback Machine, figures for an undetermined date. Retrieved January 17, 2007.
- Rowell, George Presbury (1887). Geo. P. Rowell and Co.'s American Newspaper Directory. Printers' Ink Publishing Company.
- The Herald Bulletin: About Us. Retrieved January 17, 2007.
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