Time to repair damage done to migrant children
Bob McDavid, an innovative professor of kinesiology and exercise physiology at Indiana State University, passed away Tuesday at the age of 93. The patriarch of large, high-achieving family, will be remembered as a man whose acts and words were in line with each other
Gov. Holcomb devotes new funds, fresh energy to agency
The health and welfare of Indiana's children, especially those in difficult or dangerous situations, is something our state's leaders must be able to better manage. Government, through various agencies, can't do it all. But it can certainly do more than it has been doing.
The note on the front window of the Kate Spade store was unassuming.
It said that the founder of the company had passed and that the thoughts of all employees were with her and her loved ones.
Although Indiana Republican Party Chairman Kyle Hupfer delivered a message of diversity and inclusion at the state convention this weekend, overshadowing the event was a battle between moderate conservatives and social conservatives over platform language regarding the definition of a “family.”
Voices of protest often aren’t popular with the nation’s general public.
Yet, that expression of dissent is quintessentially American. It’s a vehicle for changing policies, minds and habits. Those facing the changes, especially the powerful, often res
The Trump administration — in its obsession to eradicate President Obama's Affordable Care Act — has cornered vulnerable Americans in a Catch-22 health care predicament.
A while back, I wrote a column that seemed to anger almost everyone.
In it, I said it was fitting Bill Clinton and Donald Trump would be linked in history, because their conduct was more similar than partisans of either man would like to acknowledge.
In the flooding of 2008, those stranded and desperate routinely found goodhearted, neighborly people around them — including those who were also dealt hardships by the flood. A decade later, that generous spirit stands out as the bright spot of a flood with highest estimated damage costs of any disaster in state history.
Despite resistance from social conservative, change in the wind
On Oct. 6, 2014, same-sex marriage became legal in Indiana. On that day, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal of a U.S. District Court ruling striking down Indiana's law declaring marriage as being a union only between a man and a woman.
Years ago, I debated Dinesh D’Souza.
This was long before President Donald Trump issued a presidential pardon for the conservative filmmaker, pundit and provocateur.
Passing motorists shouted and honked horns. Pedestrians stopped to talk. Scores of people snapped photos and cellphone videos.A swirl of curiosity, encouragement and interest continued for three weeks last month as Jack Fralin and Bill Johnson create
The number startles.
Emily Weikert Bryant, executive director of Feeding Indiana’s Hungry, tells me 279,000 Hoosier children struggle to be fed during these coming months.
Communities must rally to protect their children
Despite similarities in school shootings over the years, subtle differences in details are what dictate the end results.
Remember, Class of '18: Someday, you might hear of an interesting job opening in Vigo County, an aging parent or relative may ask you for help, or the possibility of retiring near grandchildren might arise. Consider saying "yes" to becoming a Hautean again.
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