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NASHVILLE, Ind. — President Trump doesn’t look to be in much danger of losing his office this winter. But if history teaches us anything from past 20th Century impeachment efforts, his … more
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All three Montgomery County schools will be closed until March 30, while Fountain Central will not resume classes until April 13. This puts a damper on the outlook of spring sports in the area, … more
Seventeen years ago, the Montgomery County Commissioners spent almost $200,000 to demolish several historic structures at the corner of Market and Washington streets (that it had also purchased … more
INDIANAPOLIS — Before Sen. Bernie Sanders’ narrow New Hampshire primary victory Tuesday night over Pete Buttigieg, Notre Dame Prof. Robert Schmuhl questioned the viability of the two … more

You’re a Hoosier. That’s not the biggest insult that can be hurled at us, to humble us with who we are. Apparently, to cut us to the quick, you have to sneer at who we are … more
INDIANAPOLIS — Last March 29, President Trump said at one of his coronavirus task force “shows” that “Nothing would be worse than declaring victory before the victory is … more
These are uncertain, divided times for our nation. Unemployment is at mind-boggling levels, a virus we still don’t fully understand is stifling the course of ordinary life, many businesses are … more
Bob Vollmer is my new hero. He is retiring from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources because, he says, his body is telling him it’s time to go. His job requires a lot of physical … more

The United States system of government is based on the premise that government is a creature of the people and is accountable to them. An open and accountable government is the cornerstone of a … more
This is a time of great testing for Congress. As it considers responses to the nation’s health and economic crises, it faces close scrutiny by ordinary Americans, financial markets, and … more
When you need help, especially emergency help, can we find you? An often overlooked city ordinance that is of great value for our citizens is $98.011 the “Numbering of … more
Voting is the most fundamental right and responsibility of American citizens. To be eligible to vote, you must be registered. Deadline for registration for the May Primary Election is April 4. If … more
BLOOMINGTON — Everyone, from Gov. Eric Holcomb to parents, teachers, students and employers, yearns to reopen schools and universities within the next three to four weeks. But parents are … more

After years of Russia, Russia, Russia and a few months of Ukraine, Ukraine, Ukraine we now have another bunch of foreigners interfering in our presidential election. The difference is the Opposition … more
We are excited to announce the commissioners’ first meeting of our Town Hall Listening Tour will be hosted at 6 p.m. Thursday in the main shelter house at Tremaine Park, Waynetown. This is … more
Active Voters Service Committee of the League of Women Voters encourages all registered voters to vote. The voter participation campaign, chaired by Myra Dunn Abbott, is divided into three … more
NASHVILLE, Ind. – Hoosier Democrats will convene virtually at the end of this week to officially nominate Dr. Woody Myers for governor, Linda Lawson for lieutenant governor, and either State … more
At the time of the American Revolution, the future United States was a small, colonial backwater on the world stage. There were an estimated 2-3 million people living here. Yet it somehow produced an … more

Swastika flags and Confederate flags do not share the same historical context and meaning. The World War II generation experienced the two in different ways. Images of battle scenes and of Adolf … more
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