The two aged books sit on my shelf, reminders of tumults that long ago faded into quiet.
Speaking about the prospects for replacing Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the nation’s highest court, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie offered a prediction.
It would seem that Wabash Valley residents are anxious to cast their votes in an election that could reshape the future of local cities and counties, the state of Indiana and the nation.
Gathering for dinner in 2015 at the governor’s retreat, Brown County State Park’s Aynes House, Gov. Mike Pence and U.S. Sen. Dan Coats came to some career conclusions. Pence decided he would not seek the presidency in 2016 and Coats opted against reelection.
In one sense, President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, already have won the argument regarding the U.S. Supreme Court.
Multiracial people make up an increasing percentage of the population, and the census allows them to more completely embrace their racial identity.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death has been a constant source of news reporting, so those who have been paying attention have, no doubt, learned a great deal about this remarkable woman.
I often talk to parents who confide that their child refuses to do certain type of homework. He will throw tantrums. He will make up all sorts of excuses to not read or do math. He may do his homework but does not turn it in. Regardless of all the coaxing and threatening a parent might do, he simply refuses to do the work. The parent is perplexed because they know their child is capable of doing the work, but refuses to do so.
GOSHEN — Information from an expert witness apparently remains a topic of concern as the calendar bears down on the trial of a Goshen man accused of killing a Goshen College professor nine years ago.
Hundreds of Hauteans once sat in those leatherette seats, as passengers on Indiana Railroad's Car No. 205. Some rode that streetcar to and from jobs at riverfront factories. Other riders went shopping on Wabash Avenue. Many climbed aboard to take a date to a movie at one of several Terre Haute theaters, buy groceries at corner markets, attend a funeral or get drinks at a nightclub.
Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson, Indiana’s chief election officer, tells Howey Politics Indiana that she has confidence in the process, both in Indiana and nationally.
ISU has gained a reputation for civic engagement through the past decade, first for its high rates of volunteerism around the county and most recently for the student participation in voting. Washington Monthly, a nonprofit magazine tracking politics and government, placed ISU on its Best Colleges for Student Voting list, along with 156 other schools. ISU received the same recognition in 2018.
QAnon conspiracy theories are so absurd they’d be laughable, if not for the danger they pose and the surprising number of people who are gullible enough to believe them.
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Peggy Jane Howell Green passed on September 14, 2020. She was born on August 7, 1922 in Rushville, Indiana to Morris Howell and Francis O’Neal Lakin. She was raised with two half brothers, Jack Lakin, Monty Howell, and a half sister, Nancy Howell Orem.
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