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Letters to the Editor
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.
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.
In a time where people across the globe are dealing with the effects of a pandemic, it may seem to be all gloom and doom in the newspaper headlines, but there are many opportunities to reflect…
When taking precautions against a global pandemic that threatens the most vulnerable among us, it is important to work together and follow the guidance of medical experts and government officials.
The State Legislature, for the most part, made sound decisions during the 2020 session on bills with significant environmental and public health ramifications. But legislators fell short of good public policy in at least two cases.
An amendment in the waning hours of the 2020 legislative session led to a change that will leave Hoosiers less informed about the status of their public schools.
A traditional function of the press is to serve as a watchdog to government agencies, and an important component of that is agencies’ compliance with laws backing the public’s right to know.
By passing Senate Bill 340, the Indiana legislature placed a toe on the scale with landlords, tipping state law in their favor and against the interests of tenants.
Mike Phipps made his reputation as a Tea Party darling, advocating for small government and low taxes. He would just as soon slash and burn a budget as sign it. Now, he and fellow commissioner Kelly Gaskill have needlessly cost taxpayers as much as $870,000.
As Pete Buttigieg bowed out of the race to become the Democratic Party’s next presidential candidate, we congratulate him for a campaign conducted with class.
Ryan Ramirez was convicted and sentenced to life without parole for the 2018 murder of 23-month-old Paisley Hudson, a death that is made even more tragic in that it may have been preventable i…
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