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Thumbs down to whoever found a billfold down at Stack’s on Jan. 7. The money that you took was what she was to live on this month from her small pension. Sure hope you enjoyed it, and I hope it bothers you that you took the money instead of turning it in to S

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Let's drain the swamp and end taxpayer-funded congressional pensions

Before my election to the U.S. Senate last year, I spent 37 years building a business in my hometown of Jasper, Indiana. Since taking office, I’ve found one thing abundantly clear: Main Street works and Washington is completely dysfunctional. On Friday, the g

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What do you think?

“Probably Franklin Roosevelt. Hehad the courage to make the changesthat got the country moving again after the Great Depression.” –Eileen Hancock

In honor of President’s Day, please tell us which U.S. President inspired you most?

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Indiana students need qualified educators

Teaching is one of the most important professions in our society, as most people receive a standard K-12 education before branching off on specific career paths. Unfortunately, in our state and country, there is a shortage of people who are both willing and able to

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We need more than just a civics exam

David Hill (Greenfield) Daily Reporter Steve Landram and Reed Jones were two teachers whose classrooms came alive with the lessons they were sharing. Mr. Landram, who taught history; and Mr. Jones, who taught government, had a way a bringing a little magic to those

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Trump turns to swamp for Interior boss

Washingtonians should pay attention to David Bernhardt, a former energy-industry lobbyist that President Donald Trump just nominated to lead the Interior Department. The department manages much of what’s sacred and essential to the Northwest, including federa

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KKK robes as an honor? We've come a ways in 100 years

By Taylor Batten The Charlotte Observer In ’16, a debate over a Confederate monument roiled North Carolina. Not 2016; 1916. Fights over removing Confederate memorials are breaking out across North Carolina and the South these days. Those disputes flared up ag

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