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We are under assault — fortunately not physical assault from mortars and bombs, but a virtual barrage of intimidations of words and images. This omnipresent assault is harmful, nonetheless, … more
WEST LAFAYETTE — In mid-May 2003, in what Howey Politics described as “Mitch Mania during Mitch Week,” it was President George W. Bush who coined the political slogan for a Hoosier … more

This column could be part three of “Why I Love My Town.” This week, the League spotlights a surprising technology partnership that will promote economic development in Crawfordsville and … more
On the campaign trail back in March 2020, Joe Biden said he viewed himself as merely “a bridge” to the next generation of Democratic leaders, whom he called “the future of this … more
Beth Swift’s “Our Town” column was so enjoyable. Growing up, I was lucky to live in a home built by the Ristine family and found Ms. Swift’s article about the Ristine, … more

No sentence should strike more fear into the hearts of Hoosier parents than this one, variations of which have appeared in numerous recent news stories: “Speaker Todd Huston, R-Fishers, said … more
INDIANAPOLIS — If you live in Carmel or Noblesville, statistically you’ll live about nine years longer than someone in Scottsburg, and about six years longer than a Hoosier living in Gas … more
There’s an anecdote about Lew Wallace that comes to mind when considering the through line between a woman’s right to vote and her self-determination. When attendees persuaded Wallace to … more

One’s decision to save lives as their own life ends is one of the most selfless acts a person will ever make. Last year, hundreds of Indiana residents became organ and tissue donors, giving … more
I have been following solar and wind power since the 70’s oil scare. So here is my piece of the argument. Solar farms can be utilized by vegetable farmers and sheep farmers while producing … more
It didn’t take long after our county officials finally shooed away the industrial wind companies for a second siege of energy company carpetbaggers to sweep through Montgomery County like … more
My name is Trevor McKinney, and I am a junior at Wabash College studying philosophy and political science. I was recently given a project to help raise awareness for an issue that I am passionate … more

There was a story out of Inner Mongolia in North China last month about a flock of sheep in a farmer’s pen walking around and around in circles for 12 days. Sheep are famous for copying the … more
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