... to R.G. Dunlop and the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting for the fine work on an expose’ published in the Friday edition of the News and Tribune.
If you missed the story titled “The man with many chances,” stop and read it. It is a frightening and frustrating account of missteps in the Indiana justice system.
Cheers also to News and Tribune Editor Shea Van Hoy for his effort in forging a relationship with KyCIR to bring this type of in-depth reporting to these pages, Chris Fryer for bringing the stories to life with his pictures and Claire Munn for a great design.
— Publisher Bill Hanson
— Do you have someone or something to cheer or jeer? Submissions should be sent to Editor Shea Van Hoy at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail at 221 Spring St., Jeffersonville, IN, 47130.
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NEWS AND TRIBUNE LETTERS — For March 11
Cutting clutter; Red Cross heroes
- CUMMINS: What does the opposite sex want?
- HAYDEN: Prosecutors’ advocate remembered as compassionate expert
- HOWEY: Sen. Delph’s re-election isn’t a foregone conclusion
OUR OPINION: Spacing out high school plays would help
For all the strengths of the theater programs, why isn’t inter-program communication one of those? Opening so many shows in one week seems counter-productive for every program getting ready to debut a play.
- CHEERS & JEERS: March 8-9
DODD: The heroin epidemic
On a daily basis, I meet people who use drugs. It’s almost amusing when it’s a young person who is only driving drunk from too much alcohol or simply smoking a bit of pot. It almost seems like you breathe a sigh of relief.
Heroin is the biggest problem today.
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