Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb has handled the state's response to the COVID-19 pandemic with wisdom and openness.
Last week I spent about an hour in the law office of state Rep. Greg Steuerwald, a Republican who wanted to talk about something “unbelievable.” It was HEA 1006, a sprawling police reform bill that passed and was signed by Gov. Eric Holcomb without a single dissenting vote.
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They've been playing the state high school basketball tournament in Indiana since 1910. In all that time, a woman had never coached a boys varsity team in the Madison County area.
A state law passed this session of the Indiana General Assembly will require Indiana middle school students to complete a one-semester civics education course, which is an excellent way to get kids started on the right track to being active participants in our democracy.
The Facebook Oversight Board’s decision to maintain former President Donald Trump’s ban — at least for now — from the social media platform has conservatives up in arms.
When I mentioned on a social media post that I was going to write a story about little corner groceries and country stores, a flood of reminiscences came to me about similar places, their enameled signs and uneven floors, ground coffee and mercurochrome bottles still in mind.
A lot of talented people are picking up diplomas this month from Terre Haute’s four colleges.Too many of them will take that document and their belongings to live and work elsewhere.That happens every spring as Indiana State University, Rose-Hulman I
During the Spanish flu pandemic a century ago, Indiana Gov. James P. Goodrich and President Woodrow Wilson barely played a role in the public response, despite the fact that it killed an estimated 10,000 Hoosiers.
Don Arney could capture the delicate notes of a piano and cello duet in his basement studio in the countryside with the same calm and skill that he'd use to reel in a bass on an outing with his fishing buddies.
I’ve always thought most politicians are liars. I figured out why as soon as I was old enough to vote. The reason is simple. If a politician tells the truth all the time, chances are he or she could not get elected most of the time.
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