The “legals” aren't as much fun as the comics pages or as colorful as the fronts of the features sections. But legally required public-service advertising by government agencies has played a key role in newspapers since America was founded.
A dollar may not go as far as it used to. But a dollar in Fort Wayne still goes further than a dollar in Fort Worth.  But not in Fort Smith.
Like so many of you, I have watched in disbelief as the Republican supermajority of Fort Wayne City Council worked relentlessly to dismantle the very foundation that makes this community strong.

Opinion

  • Budget gimmick normalized
    If any bill could be described as breaking new ground in fiscal irresponsibility, it might be one President Barack Obama signed into law this month: the Highway and Transportation Funding Act of 2014.
  • Overmatched Ritz failing the public
    Education is one of the most important functions of our state government, and yet State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz continues to treat educational policy like it is her own political soapbox. Even Democrats are expressing their outrage at her behavior and tactics.
  • Inconsistent upkeep plagues I-469 stretches
    I see a disparity in the condition of the Interstate 469 bypass from the north/northeast section in comparison to the south/southwest section.
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