For sewer, bridge and road projects throughout the city. Although it made for frustrating and challenging driving, the work created jobs and will make for safer and easier travel and reduce the threat of sewer overflow incidents in the years to come.
Indiana’s historic year reason to be grateful In America’s first Thanksgiving Proclamation in 1789, George Washington expressed thanks for “the peaceable and rational manner” in which our Constitution had been established just two years earlier, leading to the “great degree of tranquility, union and plenty we have since enjoyed.” That year the Bill
The legislature is used to paring or turning down requests for more money. But the Indiana Department of Child Services’ decision not to ask for increased staff next year merits further examination.

Opinion

  • Ethics cloud hangs over new lawmaker
    If legislative leaders are serious about raising the ethical bar in the Indiana General Assembly, they suffered a setback with the election of Jon Ford on Nov. 4. He arrives at the Statehouse with some considerable baggage.
  • EPA proposal threatens energy, economic futures
    Indiana's environment is cleaner than it's been in our lifetimes. But such substantial progress here and in other parts of the country is not enough for the Environmental Protection Agency.
  • Ruling elite yet again subverts public's will
    It didn't take them long to figure out a way to get around our “no” vote on the referendum, did it? They are going to appoint a committee, just like Gov. Mike Pence did because he didn't like that the people voted in Glenda Ritz.
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