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Secretary of state visits Jackson County

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By Mitchell Banks | The Tribune [email protected] Indiana Secretary of State Holli Sullivan paid a visit to Jackson County on Friday to meet with Jackson County...

Davisson dies after battle with cancer

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[email protected] The Salem pharmacist who has represented Indiana House District 73 for nearly a dozen years lost his battle with cancer. Steve Davisson, who served the...

The Constitution: A triumph of compromise

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By Mark Franke Compromise. This word wouldn’t score well on a favorability scale these days. People today, and not just politicians, seem to pride themselves...

Twenty years on, there’s still work to do

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By Lee Hamilton As the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks approaches, I’ve been thinking a lot about the 9/11 Commission, which I co-chaired...

More casualties of a refusal to learn

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By John Krull There’s a reason three different presidents kicked the can down the road when it came to getting out of Afghanistan. As the attack...

My second trip to Afghanistan: the Osama bin Laden threat

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By Craig Davis (This is the second of three columns by Jackson County native Craig Davis about the times he has traveled to Afghanistan. The...

Atterbury to house Afghan refugees

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By Leeann Doerflein | For The Tribune [email protected] Federal and state officials on Tuesday said Camp Atterbury will temporarily house Afghan refugees. Camp Atterbury officials did not...

City council discusses ARP funds

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By Mitchell Banks [email protected] Seymour is eligible to receive $4.16 million through the American Rescue Plan signed into law in March by President Joe Biden. The funds...

Under the thumb of the professional managerial class

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By Eric Schansberg, Ph.D. Catherine Liu is a bona fide “liberal.” She’s opposed to cronyism, intolerance and hypocrisy. She values free speech and robust inquiry....

Biden overseeing one of the largest cuts in legal immigration in history

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By David J. Bier A Biden administration official recently announced the government has processed green card applications at such a slow pace that it will...