There’s been a lot of talk these days over at the Indiana General Assembly about increasing teacher pay and various proposals are surfacing to deal with the issue.
I sat down to write about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Jan. 21 birthday remembrance. Then I was overtaken by the desire to share some thoughts about the late Jumpin’ Johnny Wilson. Although in different ways, both men were heroes.
Pet food producer will bring good jobs to area
In the eyes of Saturn Petcare, an international producer of pet foods, Vigo County and Indiana had everything it needed to launch its first manufacturing plant in America. And it didn't hurt that Indiana has an adorable "first dog."
More money for schools needed to boost salaries
Indiana spends tens of millions of dollars on standardized tests to monitor the success of public school students, teachers and districts. Those scores affect teacher evaluations and, thus, pay.
He could jump. He could really, really jump. And that's the first thing most of Anderson knew about Johnny Wilson.
Indiana's voting guidelines are based on a law that is almost 100 years old. Much has changed since then, and so should the laws.
Tom Cole is right about the standoff over border security. “Shutting down the government over a border wall is not fair,” he said. “There is a way to do this where both sides can say, ‘We won.’”
INDIANAPOLIS - When Gov. Eric Holcomb addresses Hoosiers in his annual State of the State address next Tuesday, you will be looking at one of the strongest chief executives in Indiana history.
William Tanoos and three dozen other unsuccessful Democratic candidates for Congress will describe their experiences in a first-of-its-kind conference Saturday at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston.
Legislators right to take up issue in wake of child deaths
When three children were struck and killed by a pickup truck as they crossed a northern Indiana roadway to board a school bus in late October, the tragedy hit home.
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