Greg "Red" Randolph was a larger-than-life hero to his younger brothers.
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Each February I used to grow what I called a 60-degree beard. It was my own stupid, uncharitable spin on No-Shave November. On Feb. 1, I’d stop shaving, and I wouldn’t pick up a razor again until the temperature touched 60 degrees.
In The Herald Bulletin's daily online poll, a vast gap in opinions about Donald Trump appears whenever we've posed a question about his comments, policies, actions or behavior.
There’s a meme floating around on social media concerning last month’s attack on the U.S. Capitol.
When Donald Trump sent out a tweet in July 2016 saying that Mike Pence would join him on the Republican ticket, it commenced one of the most extraordinary political odd couples in history. Here was the evangelistic, conservative Midwestern governor linking up with the profane, Manhattan billionaire.
I'm writing this column four hours before the start of Super Bowl LV, so I have no idea what the outcome of the game will be. But I can tell you this, Colts fans won't feel good about either the Tampa Bay Buccaneers or the Kansas City Chiefs winning.
Supporters of House Bill 1498 have it all wrong. Motivated by the convenient idea of putting public notices on government websites, they want to deny Indiana residents the convenience of finding the notices — ranging from sheriff's tax sales to school reports to government budgets to information about public hearings — on an independent platform.
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Sickened by four years of poisonous politics, our country desperately needs healing that can be brought only by unity and a forward-looking posture. But more than that, we need truth and we need justice.
Sometimes you just can’t stop a good thing. That’s the way it was with The Herald Bulletin’s Empty Stocking Fund over the holidays.