KNISELY: Moving day has finally arrived
As you’re reading these words, I will officially be a Cass County resident. I’ve arrived! (Hide the good silverware.)
After four long months of commuting to Logansport from Kokomo — the city’s southside no less! — I will finally be in the back yard of the paper’s coverage area.
PUBLIC FORUM: 95 percent an inflated estimate
Who is going to protect us from higher electric rates in the future?
PUBLIC FORUM: The reality of a new American Promise
Fracking. We’ve all heard the term lately. Fracking is the process whereby water and other chemicals are injected into the earth to cause underground rock formations to fracture, creating space for oil and natural gas to collect and be pumped to the service.
PUBLIC FORUM: This is what you get with a right-to-work state
After reading about the new unemployment rates for Indiana, I just want to send my kudos to our Republican representatives.
OUR VIEW: Building inspections needed now
In the short time since we turned the calendar over to 2013, two downtown buildings have collapsed.
ABBOTT: Trading one backyard eyesore for another
Why do I have a 250-pound concrete dinosaur in my yard?
The honest answer is because I can.
BOWYER: Save sympathy for bombing victims
There were some interesting articles in Monday’s paper, and the one that really caught my eye was under the title “For Obama, a testing and emotional week.”
BOWYER: The memories are all that remain
Once upon a time, a school building was erected in the town of Onward. It was, at the time, a magnificent building with huge pillars at the front doors, and inside the children sat at their desks studying and dreaming of recess.
PUBLIC FORUM: Nuclear threat not just from the air
The current Korean problem has people looking up at North Korean missiles having nuclear weapons on them. Perhaps the fact that the North Koreans have been digging tunnels under the border between them and South Korea for years should be recalled. A nuclear weapon can be used as a land mine to defend ground, too.
PUBLIC FORUM: We should pursue solar, wind energy
Can anyone tell me why the utilities did not go with wind turbines to provide our electricity?
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