ABBOTT: Hometown will always be home in heart
The home I left more than three decades ago is no more. The houses I lived in are still there, but my childhood is long past.
My trips to my hometown are for funerals, wakes or cemetery visits.
HAYDEN: Is state evolving on immigration?
When Republicans in the Indiana General Assembly decided earlier this year to put off a vote on locking the state’s same-sex marriage ban into the state constitution, it sent a signal that GOP leaders were evolving on the issue of marriage equality.
KORNIAK: 4-H participation creates successful citizens
The 2013 4-H program is under way statewide. If your child is in the third or fourth grades in Cass County, they should have brought home some information about 4-H (Mini 4-H for first- and second-graders).
KITCHELL: IMPA with a twist best LMU option
One of the most famous quotes in the world is that “In war, truth is the first casualty.” That also appears to be the case with the last week of discussions about the future of the Logansport Municipal Utilities.
HAWES: Saying goodbye too soon
Sometimes, things don’t go the way we plan.
Looking back at the 'People's Choice'
Columnist Dave Kitchell writes about a book about the late Jim Jontz.
Fixing grading system
Managing editor Kelly Hawes writes about the state's grading system.
A chance to honor a leader
It’s time again to submit nominations for our annual Beacon Award. We’ve been presenting this recognition since 2004, as a way of honoring a local visionary.
Delivering the good with bad
Managing editor Kelly Hawes writes about a note from a reader who was upset about seeing too much bad news.
Theater deserves support
Logansport’s leaders should take seriously the warnings of a local theater owner that a proposed new multiplex will put him out of business.
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