Hoosier abolitionist unsung national icon

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George Washington Julian did not think much of compromise. In the decades before the Civil War, he was Indiana’s most radical abolitionist. ...

Letter: Rules on power plants will hurt state economy

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To the editor: Indiana’s environment is cleaner than it’s been in our lifetimes. But such substantial progress here and in other parts...

Who bears costs of agency’s fiscal woes?

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South Bend Tribune The recent news that Indiana’s Department of Child Services had paid more than $600,000 in late fees was another...

Wrangling without mediation no good

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(Anderson) Herald Bulletin The Republican Party took control of the U.S. Senate, strengthened its grip on the House of Representatives and wrestled...

Fill your days with God-centered teachable moments

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Jesus said, “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled.” (Matthew 6:5) We’ve been exploring what it means...

Modern health care system often works against patients

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I have a small business. A service business. But it’s not like your accountant or plumber or lawyer. I’m a doc, a family doc....

Not all Hoosiers experiencing benefits from state’s ever-improving economy

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(Bloomington) Herald-Times Unemployment is down in the state and nation. Already, merchants are talking about the great Christmas they expect. ...

True economic growth requires thoughtful ideas, not gimmicks

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My hometown paper ran an interesting story recently outlining the ten hottest jobs in the region. These jobs looked a lot like...

Weekly rewards

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The Tribune Thumbs-up to area public properties that opened up their ponds and lakes for a free weekend of fishing in Indiana....

Refresh yourself by encouraging others in all your conversations

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What if we realized that every time we have a conversation it’s an opportunity to encourage someone? What is so amazing about...