In times of trouble such as these, some sorrows are smaller than others.
She stood that day, July 20, 1848, before a group of 300 men and women in the small Wesleyan Chapel of Seneca Falls, New York. Her voice could barely be heard at first, but picked up volume and passion as she read these words.
While living under restricted conditions during the COVID-19 crisis isn’t easy for any of us, it is important that we cooperate with the guidelines our state and local governments have issued for individuals and businesses.
Fear has become an invasive pandemic element that has seeped into every family, every business, every school and every circle of friends this spring.
Like many of you, I heard Gov. Eric Holcomb’s address last Monday instructing Hoosiers to stay at home for the next two weeks to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
July 1 marks the date when drivers of motor vehicles can no longer use or hold a cellphone while operating a vehicle on Indiana roads and highways.
Use common sense when weighing advice concerning disease pandemic
Public health officials and health care workers everywhere are in the fight of their lives with a viral enemy sweeping the planet.
Millions are are sheltering in place and staying home, heeding recommendations by state and public health officials to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus through avoiding crowds. For those folks looking for an outdoors activity to occupy their time, gardening can be done with plenty of social distancing. Getting your hands dirty outside is good therapy in this time of isolation.
For more than two centuries, Hoosiers have participated in democracy by going to their local polling place to vote. In normal times they chat with their neighbors as they wait in line.
Beckisue Knight realized the extent to which the coronavirus pandemic would affect her plans for giving birth when she got a call from her doctor’s office last week.
I've always believed that if you want to know a person's real character, give them a lot of money, power, or alcohol, and you really see what they are like.
This Week's Circulars
- 'There are no profits here': City's small businesses fight to stay alive amid mandated closure
- Police: Kokomo woman confessed to drowning grandson
- Howard Co reports 2nd COVID death, extends travel advisory
- Howard County bars sales of nonessential items at essential businesses
- GM hiring local workers to build ventilators in Kokomo
- UPDATE: GM recalls 1,000 workers to build ventilators at Kokomo plant
- Area residents sue insurance agent
- Schools to be closed for remainder of school year
- Lane restrictions planned for U.S 31 in Miami Co.
- Indiana COVID deaths top 100