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The 2020 Indiana Water Summit will be held virtually from the Athenaeum at Indianapolis on Aug. 12-13. The regional planning forum will be Aug. 12 and the main summit event will be Aug. … more
Our country was founded in 1776 and John Lewis is the first African-American to have the honor to lie in state in our country. If this does not destroy the false statement of no racial … more
I want to express my gratitude to the superintendents and school boards of all three of our county school systems, but especially to our Montgomery County Health Department. At the recommendation of … more

Early in my stint on the News-Sentinel’s editorial board, county officials came to lobby for the newspaper’s support of a proposed new tax. They knew we had a conservative editorial … more
INDIANAPOLIS — A day after Gov. Eric Holcomb had to tamp down rumors relegating COVID-19 as a “hoax” and conspiracy, and President Trump finally asked “everybody” to … more
Census 2020 is exceedingly important for all in Montgomery County, Indiana as well as the rest of the nation. The United States Constitution calls for a census to be conducted in our country every 10 … more

On July 30, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed Medicare, the national health insurance program for American seniors, into law. The bill-signing took place at the Truman Library in Independence, … more
A few years ago, a column based on interpretation of religious texts attacked results of scientific research. A rebuttal argued that the column lacked both good scientific information and reliable … more
In this time of national nervousness, with pandemic fears and civil unrest widening our already vast political divide, I am just one of the little people waiting for the change our leaders have … more

I was glad to read Michael Fons Friday letter to the editor on President Donald Trump. I felt vindicated and resolute in wanting Trump removed from office or voted out in November, whichever comes … more
INDIANAPOLIS — The pandemic prompted Indiana Republicans and Democrats to opt for virtual conventions, and the resurgence of the virus this past month that forced Gov. Eric Holcomb to delay the … more
I’ve spent a long time in politics, and over those years one thing has remained constant: There are a lot more Americans who criticize government than there are who serve and do something about … more
The Student and Exchange Visitor Program, a Department of Homeland Security unit that oversees non-immigrant students, recently announced that higher education students taking mostly online classes … more

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