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Since the attack on Israel by Hamas on Oct. 7, we have seen several pro-Palestinian protests and have watched as Jewish citizens, as well as those who support Israel, facing discrimination, hate and … more
Welcome mats have been spread at academic and public libraries around the world, from Crawfordsville to Madras, India to Cambridge, England to Bergen, Norway and many places in between. A life in the … more
In 2016, the science podcast Radiolab ran an episode called “From Tree to Shining Tree” about the mysterious, secret world of trees. With a jeweler’s magnifying glass, Roy Halling, … more
Americans are fed up with politics. That’s the obvious conclusion of a recent survey by the Pew Research Center, which found many of us have “unrelentingly negative” views of … more

  JASPER, Ind. — About a week after U.S. Sen. Mike Braun picked up former president Donald Trump’s endorsement of his bid for Indiana’s Republican gubernatorial … more
Two maples along Dry Branch Drive scream, “Red in the morning” for anyone up and driving or walking nearby. Their blood red leaves cling to branches when autumn’s wind and rain have … more

JASPER, Ind. — About a week after U.S. Sen. Mike Braun picked up former president Donald Trump’s endorsement of his bid for Indiana’s Republican gubernatorial nomination, I asked … more
Fun fact for this week’s cheap hook. Charles Ingalls, “Pa” in Little House on the Prairie, was in real life, a justice of the peace. ln Pioneer Girl, the account upon which the … more

EVANSVILLE — Across the Hoosier prairies, hills and hollers, as the cornfields morphed into city limits and neighborhoods, something beautiful occurred Tuesday night. There were elections … more
As noted in the first LWVMC column of October, the petroleum industry knew in 1959 that oil and coal were radically altering the environment. The effect on the climate came clear in the mid-sixties … more
In the spring of 2012 I was working at Wabash College as an assistant football coach and director of student activities. Student activities was funded by the Student Senate and we scheduled national … more

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