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The U.S. Congress is currently considering placing a price on carbon emissions and instituting a border adjustment on carbon intensive imports. What does this mean for Indiana’s 4th district? … more
Indiana businesses that have achieved widespread vaccination among employees can earn a new designation from the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and its Wellness Council of Indiana. Our “COVID … more
I am pushing 50 years old and even though I cannot predict exact future events, nonetheless, out of my whole life nothing has really truly caught me by surprise. The Great Recession has come and … more
A man made a promise to his wife and it’s been Pam’s Promise ever since. I am super grateful for this place. I’m grateful for so many things at this moment. Many people have had … more

Upcoming elections matter, so make your voice heard. The 2022 United States elections will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. All 435 seats in the United States House of Representatives and 34 of … more
During virtually 18 months Americans, as well as millions of inhabitants all over the globe have faced a public health crisis, and in March 2020 a national emergency was declared due to the COVID … more
Do you know what is in the 2,700 pages of the current Democratic $3.5 trillion infrastructure bill? You may download the full text it at this website: … more
I was born and raised in Darlington and lived here most of my married life. I was taught to think of what was best for other people, especially children. I was also taught about common sense. I hope … more
I saw your recent article about Hoosier Heartland State Bank providing the free financial program Banzai to local schools. I want to add that “local schools” includes homeschoolers as … more

I find it incredible that a school board, a group who is highly educated, voted 3-2 not to require masks in schools. This vote goes against not only common sense, but also against public health … more
I am a parent of a young girl who is so excited to start school that she is sleeping with her backpack. I personally am exhausted by the ever-changing battle of negotiating safety with everyday life … more
If Mayor Todd Barton and the city council members were more concerned about getting a new grocery store on the east side for the citizens of Crawfordsville that would be great. It seems money issues, … more
Last week my guest column appeared in the Journal Review: “Please get vaccinated for COVID-19.” This letter is a more urgent plea on bended knees. In the wee hours of Saturday morning a … more
While many in the community are worried about the COVID Delta variant spreading, many are not. The idea that Crawfordsville School Corporation will be mask-optional with all other COVID safeguards … more

I do not know David Smith today, for all I know; he is a changed, loving man who has found Christ. He may be a model prisoner. If I make it to heaven, I may even see David Smith there if his heart is … more
As the Fountain County GOP Chair, I am writing to commend U.S. Rep. Jim Baird on joining Conservative Climate Caucus in Congress. Hoosier Conservatives have always been strong stewards of the natural … more
On Valentines Day 1977 at Hollandsburg, Indiana, a gang of thugs broke into the home of Keith and Betty Jane Spencer and killed their four sons by tying them up, laying them on the living room floor … more
As a parent of one kid vaccinated against Covid and another who cannot yet be vaccinated, I received the news of unmasked fall in our public schools with disappointment. I was disappointed that a … more
I was very interested, concerned and frightened after reading Brian Howey’s column in the Journal Review on June 12, entitled “When we refuse to accept the verdict … more

There is no mistaking how people are enjoying being able to see one another in person, to travel, and to go to local festivals and eateries again after last year’s pandemic restrictions. We … more
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