WILLIAMS: There is no end to time
One reason I was so exultant when I retired is that retirement represents a definite completion ... and when you think about it, how many things in life do you finish for good? Not many because our existences mostly consist of a series of repetitions.
THEIR VIEW: Guard kids from caffeinated food
So how gullible are we? Food manufacturers say their caffeine-pumped food is intended for adults. Included in those foods are Jelly Belly “Extreme Sport Beans,” which have 50 mg of caffeine in each 100-calorie pack. A cup of coffee has about 100 mg of caffeine.
PUBLIC FORUM: Thanks for making the baseball season happen
With spring and warmer weather (finally!), brings another baseball season. The board and managers/coaches at Logansport Youth Baseball have been extremely busy over the past two years renovating both our fields to provide a quality atmosphere for our players and fans who support our league.
OUR VIEW: Former students keep history alive
History is a funny thing. Once it’s gone, it’s gone. Sure you can go back and try to stitch the pieces together to make a record of a time and place, but the relics of the past are impossible to fully replace.
THEIR VIEW: U.S. needs to take another look
We welcome an investigation into the handling of intelligence related to suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing.
MORTON: Good news is good
I like to complain as much as anybody else. In truth, I may do more than my share of finding fault and wagging a finger in warning. Nonetheless, I’m tired of commentators (including many economists) who find nothing good and only the darkest clouds for the past few months.
BOWYER: Hearing aids prove to be not much help
I know my hearing isn’t what it used to be, but it’s a long way from being completely shot. I can still carry on a phone conversation with a business associate, or a conversation with a friend without using an ear trumpet or a $5,000 hearing aid, although it gets kind of tough in a noisy restaurant.
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OUR VIEW: Getting students college-bound
The student who knew he or she was college-bound from the time they walked into kindergarten to the student who never dreamed it was even possible to the student who hasn’t given college much thought. They all stand to benefit from the work Logansport High School and Indiana University Kokomo are doing.
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