While Americans endure the impeachment drama in our nation’s capital, Canadians are embroiled in a controversy of their own.
While Jan. 20 was a day to reflect on the work of Martin Luther King Jr., this coming Monday has also been designated as a day to honor another activist, albeit one most people are less familiar with.
Terre Haute businessman Steve Huddleston has an idea to create a lasting reminder of the work and vision of his late friend, John McNichols. Simply put, McNichols made this town a better place. He spent 34 years recruiting and coaching gifted young athletes at Indiana State University.
President Trump doesn’t look to be in much danger of losing his office this winter. But if history teaches us anything from past 20th century impeachment efforts, his reelection is on thin ice next November and his Trumpublicans may face harrowing losses, particularly outside of Indiana.
When Madison-Grant schools had to decide recently whether to allow a transgender student to use the bathroom designated for the opposite biological gender, some might have brushed it aside as an unusual case without sweeping local ramifications.
Though the state over the past two years has poured resources into improving the Department of Child Services, there's still more work to be done to ensure the department is providing the best possible services for some of Indiana's most vulnerable children.
It is difficult for adults to even hear or read the statistics regarding youth suicide. Yet, those jarring figures can lead to better help for struggling young people.
Hoosier senator would be wise to temper impeachment rhetoric
At a time when fiery rhetoric is the hallmark of a highly partisan political environment, U.S. Sen. Todd Young has often approached the most heated debates in muted tones.
Bernie Sanders is rising, and conventional wisdom is that a Democratic nomination of the Vermont Democratic socialist will play right into President Trump’s reelection wheelhouse. But look back to the faint echoes of 2016 here in the Hoosier State, and polling this week from Morning Consult injects doubt into that conventional wisdom.
It's a miracle that Terre Haute didn't become a ghost town after Prohibition hit a century ago today. Ingenuity, resilience and, frankly, a culture of unabashed illegalities gradually filled the economic void created when the 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution took effect seconds after midnight on Jan. 17, 1920. The law changed Terre Haute for decades.
President Donald Trump and his unquestioning defenders insist that killing Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani has made both the United States and the world safer.
Perhaps by the time you read this, the official U.S. Senate proceedings in the impeachment of President Donald Trump will have begun. Up until this week, the charges upon which the impeachment is based have been held by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
This Week's Circulars
- 100 carcasses found on farm leads to warning
- GM lays off last temp workers at Kokomo plant
- 'A dream come true': Tipton gym manager's life changed by 'Undercover Boss' appearance
- Forever a Wildkat
- Gun discharges; boy, dad shot
- Dollar General not yet 'committed' to north end
- City settles with Kokomo artist following Walk of Excellence fall
- 3 teenagers arrested in Dec. 2019 homicide
- 2 injured in Tipton crash
- Amish Acres auction drawing nationwide interest