After 288 columns, time to say goodbye
Starting with my Aug. 12, 2015 column, “Enter the GOP clown car,” 64 of my last 114 weekly columns have mentioned Donald Trump. Since then, basically every other one has circled back to the same subject. In that first column I mentioned, I was chronicling the Aug. 6, 2015 initial Republican …
Once upon a time, we Americans held shared values of being the good guy, of helping the underdog, of basic manners and civility, and with the understanding that we live and participate in an incredibly blessed country.
On March 21, 2018, Gov. Eric Holcomb signed into law Senate Enrolled Act 392. It guarantees every Hoosier can obtain electronic records — like Word documents and Excel spreadsheets — in the same format from state and local governments with no copying fees.
The debate on trade and automation was on prime display during the Democratic presidential debate last week. There is a lot packed into this discussion, from trade policy and taxation of capital to the role of place-based economic development efforts and the design of pre-K, high school and …
In January of this year, I announced that I would not seek a fourth term as mayor of Kokomo. I felt, and still do feel, that our city needs a leader who will bring fresh ideas, without all of the personal and political baggage of long-time politicians.
Dog’s best friend has died. Indianapolis Veterinarian Gary Sampson, for almost 20 years, helped pet owners all over the tri-state area deal with miscreant dogs and cats that frustrated, baffled and even terrorized their owners. Veterinarians who were either stumped by a particular problem or…
This Week's Circulars
- Wallick Mansion set to offer one-of-kind estate sale
- Kokomo artist sues city over winter fall on Walk of Excellence
- Police: Woman smuggled meth into prison while children left alone in hotel
- 'A great man': Fallen Trooper Peter Stephan honored during emotional funeral and burial
- Kokomo wins grant to help pave 15 miles
- Letter: Stop spreading fake news, lies
- Striking workers accept fiscal pain in hopes of better contract
- Goodnight endorses Smith, criticizes Moore in election lead-up
- Hidden Hills residents enraged by decision to close 5 roads over dams
- UAW letter to GM indicates that strike won't end quickly