Lee Hamilton: Dialog of democracy needs tending
There are so many things I worry about these days. Are we going to default on our debts? Can we adapt to the accumulating impact of climate change? How are we going to handle the dangers posed by China and Russia?
Michael Hicks: Subsidizing builders fixes the wrong housing problem
Indiana is wrestling with a housing problem.
Granddog Arlo pays a visit
For the first time in years, my wife and I have had a youngster staying with us.
Brian Howey: Colts’ Luck chose family first
By Brian Howey
Next year’s Jackson County Fair queen
Jackson County, isn’t it about time to ring out the old and ring in the new?
Living with cancer: Life’s cruel ironies
Jim was a friend.
I am, I am not and not yet
Whether or not you are a “dog person,” it is very likely you have seen the head tilt.
What is your perspective?
If you know anything about his background, Paul’s letter to the Philippians is even more surprising.
Make waves by sharing positives of the community
Sometimes, it is a kick in the shin.
This farmer is no spring chicken
Since entering the world of farming six years ago, I glean every ounce of information I can find on workshops, seminars, grants and webinars.