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In the fall of 1953, eighteen seniors, nine New Richmond Cardinals and nine Wingate Spartans entered the doors of a new school and became the Coal Creek Central Bearcats. They joined twenty juniors, … more
I’d like to express my gratitude to the community for all the support offered to teachers on Red for Ed action day. While marching with my colleagues in Indianapolis, I proudly showed off … more
My goal in this column is to explain why the commissioner’s office believes a community outreach program is critical to success. Communication is defined in part as; the imparting or exchanging … more
In preparation for the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage, it is appropriate to highlight Elizabeth Cady Stanton, one of the great leaders in the American women’s rights movement and … more

November has always been the busiest month on my calendar. NFL takes up every Sunday, and at least part of Saturdays to get there. If possible, there is a college football game on Saturday … more
My daddy he made whiskey, my granddaddy he did, too. We ain’t paid no whiskey tax since 1792. — From “Copper Kettle,” a song by Frank Beddoe, 1946 In one of the first big … more
The Downstream Project, sponsored by the Citizens Action Coalition Education Fund, works to promote the effective environmental regulation of industrial agriculture, such as concentrated animal … more

It was 49 years ago today that a new chapter began on the hardwoods throughout Montgomery County. On this date, teams representing North Montgomery and Southmont in boys’ basketball stepped … more
INDIANAPOLIS — I’m tired of what’s his face, you know, the guy with the orange hair who lives in a White House in Washington sucking the oxygen out of everything. They’re … more
This is a letter of support for Indiana teachers in recognition of the “Red for Ed” rallies at the Indianapolis courthouse on Tuesday. To the teachers of the Crawfordsville Community … more

Thanksgiving is a time for thanks — thanks for the blessings we have received and are hopefully grateful for. It’s my belief genuine thanks includes many daily occurrences often taken for … more
Climate change is increasingly recognized as a threat to our environment, our economy and human well-being. Many wonder what this daunting subject means for the world around them, and what we, as … more
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

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