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New buildings and new things are always fun. Fun to own a new thing, fun to see a new thing. Not always fun to operate a new thing however. How long did it take you to figure out where all … more
U.S. Sen. Mike Braun’s staff will be at the Linden Public Library, 102 S. Main St., from noon to 3 p.m. Thursday This would be an excellent time for people to voice concerns about the … more
I had not planned on covering the same topic for two columns in a row, but here we are. Let’s call this one, “Retirement musings, Part 2.” That’s what happens when you have … more
Is it time for the Indianapolis Colts to cut future Hall-of-Fame kicker Adam Vinatieri? First you have to weigh all the factors. Most importantly, is there anyone out there that is … more
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Even though Bowers Basketball ended in 1955, the Blackshirts had a proud run from the early days of Montgomery County basketball from 1913 to the last class of 1955.  After the class of … more
INDIANAPOLIS — It would be trite to say the 2019 municipal elections were status quo, not with 17 defeated incumbents. But there are solid trend lines: Democrats dominated in the big cities, … more
On Sept. 26 of this year, former Montgomery County Sheriff Mark Casteel accepted a new job as Montgomery County Administrator. The position is a new one and the goal of creating it was to have … more
There are many athletic programs in Montgomery County that stand out as successful programs year in and year out. And it’s no coincidence that a lot of the ones that come to mind have longtime … more
“Mr. President, How Long Must We Wait? Alice Paul, Woodrow Wilson and THE FIGHT for the RIGHT TO VOTE” by Tina Cassidy was the first book in the Well-Read Citizen series being … more
One of the not-so-small gifts of living in a representative democracy is that you can’t accomplish things alone. Whether you’re trying to get a stop sign put up on a dangerous corner or … more
Archie Miller is confident in his team —  are you? It’s year three of the Archie Miller era at Indiana, and the Hoosiers head coach is sounding pretty confident in his team this … more
A non-stop schedule The first week of November represents a lot of items for this sports guy. First, I moved to Crawfordsville the first week of November a lot of years ago, and this year it is … more
I am a concered citizen of the United States. I am loyal to God, my country and the flag. Many men and women died so that I can proudly fly my flag in my yard. I am writing this because I watched the … more
Back in the early “80s” the late Bob Summers of Hillsboro heard that the Area IV Council on Aging in Lafayette was expanding a program to furnish a means of transportation to smaller … more
WIMBERLEY, Texas, early morning, some day or other — This is my first vacation at my brother’s since I retired, and somehow I thought it would be different this time. Less relaxing, … more
The numbers are sobering, but we can do something about them. The Department of Veterans Affairs’ 2019 National Veteran Suicide Prevention Annual Report says nearly 6,200 veterans took their … more
I know Jared’s column last week stole a little of my thunder talking about what a great fall season Southmont and Montgomery County enjoyed, but I thought we could dive into the historical … more
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