BOWYER: Never was a skating song like ‘Josephine’
Ken Griffin recorded a lot of good skating songs and Janie and I skated to all of them, along with a lot of other good skaters who frequented Nick and Evelyn Rozzi’s roller skating rink at Spencer Park.
PUBLIC FORUM: Government is too big, out of control
A recent article written by Gordon Southern appearing in this newspaper on May 6 was very satirical about the Republican Party and our governor, Mike Pence.
MERINO: Family can’t thank community enough after death
I would like to thank everyone who supported our family through this battle Mike Vore had to endure.
OUR VIEW: Hey grad, here’s some free advice
For the area high school seniors graduating today, life is about to change — drastically.
KNISELY: A picture’s worth a thousand accusations
My house is full of pretty things. They don’t all match per se, but everything complements each other in a way that makes them even prettier. Well, as I learned just recently, not everyone thinks my things are pretty. Thinking I have great taste, of course, this came as a bit of a shock to me.
OUR VIEW: Watch out for children this summer
With schools out around the area, motorists should keep their eyes open for an increased number of children playing outside.
WOLFSIE: Looking for love ain’t easy
According to The Associated Press, the biggest issue men have when hooking up with women in Iceland is not that the ladies are frigid. The men can be a little frosty themselves — but temperature is relative. The problem is that the person they meet at the Moose Antler Pub could actually be a relative.
THORNS & ROSES: Week of May 31
Our weekly review of happenings in and around Cass County.
PUBLIC FORUM: Twilight Zone found at public meeting
Imagine you are in a meeting, one advertised as open to the public, and no one answers any questions. Are you in a new episode of “The Twilight Zone”? No, you would have attended the meeting set by the mayor of Logansport on May 20 regarding the proposed annexation.
SLUSSER: Let’s not make pursuit of power plant a war
You said so yourself, Mr. Dave Kitchell, “In war, truth is the first casualty.” It’s unfortunate that you have declared war on efforts to improve Logansport, save local jobs and lower utility rates. Your recent article about waste-to-energy plant sacrificed the truth. Please, let’s not make this a war.
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