As of Thursday, more than 64% of Americans 12 and over had been fully vaccinated. That’s more than 182 million people. And yet the skeptics remain.
The new pedestrian walkway along U.S. 150 between West Terre Haute and Terre Haute has the potential to enhance the two towns it connects, depending on how humans react to it in the future
During America’s Civil War, this Union prisoner escaped from Rebel prisons not once, not twice, but three times. He went on to become sheriff of Madison County.
This week, Indiana lawmakers will very likely approve legislative maps for Congress and those for the Indiana House and Senate. Critics say the maps were not drawn to create competitive races, but instead, the districts were gerrymandered for Republicans to keep their overwhelming majorities in the legislature. I will have to respectfully disagree with my friends and colleagues.
Two weeks into the longest NFL regular season in history, there are very few solid answers around the league. But some interesting questions have been raised.
What is a little girl worth? That is the question Olympic champion Simone Biles, along with three other female gymnasts, asked at a Senate Judiciary hearing last week. The purpose of the hearing was to allow U.S. senators to hear these elite athletes tell their stories of repeated molestation by one Dr. Larry Nassar.
Congressional Democrats face a pretty simple choice. They can find a way to compromise on a budget reconciliation measure, or they can walk away empty-handed.
Some of the lesser known of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources properties are the Wetland Conversation areas. They are scattered across the state with most, as can be expected, in the northern one third of Indiana where most of our Hoosier wetlands are located.
The ancient Romans had a myth they revered. It concerned the patrician farmer turned general, Cincinnatus. In a time of extreme threat, the Romans offered Cincinnatus absolute power.
For months, the federal government and many state and local governments have worked tirelessly to educate the public about the safety, effectiveness and free availability of the COVID-19 vaccines. Still, tens of millions ignore the science and the facts.
Osama bin Laden would be happy about where the U.S. is today, 20 years after 9/11. He wanted to force us, and Western democracies, into a multitrillion-dollar spending spree. And he sought to divide us.
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June 2021 Obituaries
Memorial Gathering: 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m., Saturday, October 2, 2021, Edwardsville United Methodist Church (4830 SR 64, Georgetown, Indiana). Memorial Service: 1:00p.m., Saturday at the church. Cremation was chosen following Joanne's wishes. www.NewcomerKentuckiana.com.
Mary Lucille (Becht) Missi, 86 years of age, peacefully passed away on Tuesday, September 21, 2021 at the Villas of Guerin Woods in Georgetown, Indiana, with her family by her side. She was born on June 12, 1935 in Georgetown, Indiana to the late Arvil and Mary Bea (Barr) Becht. Lucille was …
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