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Nearly a third of all homes in Montgomery County were built before 1929, rivaling Webster County, Nebraska, where the average age of homes is 91 years, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, where homes are … more
Today, let’ s pay tribute to one of history’s little known but highly influential figures: Quintus Fabius Maximus Verrucosus, a Roman statesman and military commander of the third century … more

PERU, Ind. – “Good day!” That’s how the most popular AM radio host in the nation back in the 1960s and 70s, Paul Harvey, would sign off on his popular mid-day show, before … more
When hazardous waste from the East Palestine train derailment ended up in Roachdale, locals turned to the League of Women Voters for some insight on the decision to import the waste. Since the waste … more
Have you ever wondered what life would be like without bullying, school fights, drama, depression, bad grades, and breakups? Well, if there wasn’t those things then life wouldn’t really … more

  Folk wisdom from centuries of farming is, “Make hay while the sun shines.” The same wisdom arises from blacksmithing, “Strike while the iron is hot.” The broader … more
Today’s entry for the “juxtaposition is everything” file: Indiana lawmakers working on the new state budget have learned that they will have $1.5 billion more to spend than … more
INDIANAPOLIS — Leave it to Al Roker at the annual White House Easter egg hunt to smoke out President Biden on whether he will seek a second term at age 82. The NBC Today Show weatherman phrased … more

The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan, grassroots organization of women and men who work to protect and expand voting rights and to ensure that everyone is represented in our democracy. … more
  A few months after my father died, I asked my mother how she was doing. “I miss having him to talk to,” was all she said, but that’s all she needed to say. No matter … more
I’m updating a plea uttered by Princess Leia in “Star Wars”: “Help us, Generation Z! You’re our only hope!” Fortunately, the youngest voters in the … more

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