Republicans and Democrats are going to have to work on a plan to repair Obamacare. And that's going to mean expending resources and compromising on all sides.
When more of Robert Mueller's report is made public, will the majority of Americans share the attorney general's opinion there isn't sufficient evidence the president acted to obstruct the Russia investigation?
When true stories are called “fake news,” and when our president calls the free press “the enemy of the American people,” you know it’s time to stand up for open government.
When the news first came out that more than 1,100 ballots from November’s general election were discovered in late January inside a courthouse storage cabinet, it certainly raised a lot of concerns.
Indiana is one of just five states without a law stipulating that the motivation of hatred is an aggravating factor in the commission of a crime and that courts can levy harsher penalties in such cases.
It could’ve been a concerned citizen. It could’ve been someone looking for a laugh. Little information was available concerning a would-be animal rescue in the tiny town of Center.
THE ISSUE: Drivers ignoring stop arms on school buses has been a problem for years and continues to frustrate school and law enforcement officials.
Think of the faces routinely seen on the front lines of community litter cleanups, school sports banquets, candidate forums, church meetings, farmers' markets, downtown festivals and food kitchens.
If you have enrolled in Howard County’s Citizen Alert System and receive weather warnings directly from the National Weather Service, you can expect a couple of text messages in March.
Indiana had restricted Sunday alcohol sales since becoming a state in 1816. The passage of the 21st Amendment in 1933 overturned Prohibition, but Indiana retained a ban on Sunday sales of alcohol.
Six-year-old Eden Hoppes always wanted to be a Cub Scout. She attended meetings since she was 4-years-old and wanted to do things that Brownies and Girl Scouts don’t do, things like shooting BB guns, shooting archery and tying knots.
Are you at all concerned that you will be turned away at the voting booth Nov. 6 due to a lack of identification? In Indiana, voters are required to provide an Indiana driver license, Indiana photo ID card, military ID or U.S. passport at the polls.
Consider making a donation to the United Way of Howard County's annual campaign, which kicks off Sept. 7. It isn’t a big government bureaucracy; it’s people helping each other.
Second Amendment absolutists will argue any restrictions on a constitutional right are wrong, but support of sensible gun safety measures shouldn’t be a partisan issue.
Sign up to receive emergency weather alerts on your smartphone from the National Weather Service at www.howardcountyin.gov. They've contributed to two weather miracles these past five years.
This Week's Circulars
- Kokomo man arrested on 10 counts of child molestation
- Willie the Whale, once discarded, surfaces in Kokomo
- KSC employee arrested for child molestation
- Police say Markland Mall shooting a suicide
- Dressbarn, Richards Restaurant closing
- Updated: Search continues for 4-year-old boy; name, photo released
- New Domino’s on West Sycamore to replace old location in August
- Schleppy’s Loins food truck starts second year in Peru
- Potential business park envisioned near FCA plants
- New developer, increased costs expected for hotel, conference center project