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General Assembly failure will cost

Now that Gov. Eric Holcomb has decided to call a special session in mid-May so state legislators can wrap up at least some of the work they failed to finish during the regular session, we think Hoosiers should be aware that every extra day will cost taxpayers $173

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A city of character

So how much should a city pay to purge and expose leadership that takes from constituents and sullies the community’s name across the nation, check that, across the globe? We remember the hiring of the late Monica Liang 10 years ago as Marion Internation

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Time for severe weather prep

It is odd to warn of tornadoes while the National Weather service has issued a winter storm watch for tonight and Saturday. But Indiana weather changes very quickly. March is traditionally the month when severe weather becomes a common threat in Indiana.  The

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We need a sense of urgency for our kids

The consultant reviewing Indiana’s Department of Child Services isn’t set to deliver a final report for a few months yet. But it’s already clear there are serious issues and systemic troubles that urgently demand fixing for the sake of the state&#

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Local pride shows on court

Long-time athletic rivals Oak Hill and Southwood became allies on Saturday, cheering each other on during the IHSAA Class 1A semi-state finals in Huntington. It was an encouraging sight to see that made Southwood’s upset of Fort Wayne Blackhawk all the more s

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The exasperating General Assembly

It’s impressive in its own way. It’s also embarrassing and downright infuriating. Of course, we’re talking about the Indiana General Assembly. This would be the legislature that dissolved in chaos last week, and the same one that is handily contro

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