The longest season in NFL history is nearing its end.
Clark County Cares had a very productive week on educating the community on Substance Use Disorder (addiction). Many presentations were made and statistics were presented to the community to help us all understand more clearly the hopelessness of addiction and the strength it takes to deal with and treat Substance Use Disorder.
The quickest and fairest response to Indiana House Bill 1041, which would bar transgender women from participating in girls’ sports is simple. Wait until more research tells us how transitioning affects a teenage athlete’s body.
In the past six years, we’ve watched as four of Indiana’s 11 congressional seats were won by the highest bidder, including one of the state’s U.S. Senate seats. Will the governor’s office be next?
If you want to understand why government in our country is so often lost, ineffectual and misguided, just look at what’s happening in our Indiana General Assembly.
Indiana state legislators should show some trust, respect and support for the Hoosiers who teach in our public schools.
Last year was one of the bloodiest years in Indiana history as Indianapolis set yet another homicide record with 271 murders, while Evansville, Fort Wayne and South Bend all had deadly years.
It is a bitterly cold day as I write this. A few snowflakes are showing themselves in a steady, nearly-horizontal, breeze outside the window of my warm writing spot and the sky is the color of ashes.
Pioneers were inherently gutsy. But the pioneers that created the Lost Creek settlement possessed an even deeper layer of courage.
On his first day in office, President Joe Biden proudly signed an executive order that halted the construction of the wall along our southern border with Mexico, paused deportations for some non-citizens and ended the Trump administration’s successful “remain in Mexico” policy which required asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico instead of being released into the U.S.
The response by the Meadows Elementary community to the school's potential closing is just what the world needs right now. It features an outpouring of appreciation for the myriad of good that happens in a public school through its teachers and staff, the lessons and the care for kids.
This Week's Circulars
- Kokomo's country star is releasing a children's album
- Kokomo man guilty of murder sentenced to 55 years
- Manslaughter, reckless homicide charges against Kokomo man dropped
- Kokomo woman sentenced in 2020 neglect case
- Poulard's Cajun Cuisine closing after nearly 2 years
- Miami County coroner looking for next of kin
- Woman guilty of drowning grandson gets 65 years
- Air Force passes over Grissom for new refueling tankers
- Witness statements shine some light on Tolle, Briscoe homicides
- Nearing 90, two newlyweds enjoy life together