SHS Class of 1972 targets school sign

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A new fund at the Community Foundation of Jackson County aims to shine a spotlight on Seymour High School.

Opinion: Lilly CEO speaks to Indiana’s future

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David Ricks, CEO of Lilly, recently told members of the Indiana Economic Club that state policymakers need to address poor educational attainment and high healthcare costs. These topics will sound familiar to faithful readers of this column, but it is refreshing to hear these points made so publicly by a business leader.

Get involved to make things better for future generations

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In 2014, I shared a selfish reason why I volunteer and am involved in our community.

Do you have decision-making anxiety?

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Anxiety is such a relevant topic today, and it affects us all on some level.

Talking to your children about consent

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When parents have a newborn baby or infant, there’s often an expectation that friends and loved ones will want to hold it, and even strangers might pat the little one’s head or squeeze a shoulder.

Librart responds to lawsuit ruling

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To the editor:

How the US has remained a world leader for so long

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An interesting thing happened after Russia invaded Ukraine. Though United States’ standing in the world had taken a knock after the much-needed but chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan, there was no question where the world’s democracies would turn for leadership in the Ukraine crisis. As much of Europe and Asia has found a new resolve on behalf of democratic values, in the time since the war began the U.S. has been front and center in rallying them to the cause.

Seasonal showers: New life through the storms

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Over the last several weeks, the weather in southern Indiana has been nothing short of depressing.

Positive energy can help resolve conflicts

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The law of conservation of energy states that energy must remain constant.

Praise him in my pain?

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While the trials are happening, whether they span hours, days, weeks or months, they usually don’t seem light or momentary to me.