Amidst debilitating drought in the southwest, ravaging fires along the west coast and beyond, and devastating floods in the southeast and along the East coast, there’s little doubt that the climate crisis is real.
Americans feel a strong sense of pride in our Olympic representatives. We celebrate their skills and dedication. When these games end, a second wave of Paralympic athletes also deserves our support as they demonstrate unparalleled strength and resilience.
George Ward was lynched in Terre Haute on Feb. 26, 1901. He was arrested in connection with the murder of an 18-year-old teacher, Ida Finklestein, at his workplace the morning of the 26th and lynched that same afternoon.
Lynching in America targeted Blacks. Many, many of the Black lynching victims were also tortured in unspeakable ways. And following the mob executions, the victims' bodies were often burned, portions cut off and sold for souvenirs. None of this was common in the darkest days of slavery.
When I took office, I vowed to continue Indiana’s fight to hold accountable those responsible for turbocharging the opioid epidemic.
We are medical students from across Indiana; and, as the next generation of doctors, we are committed to a standard of excellence — to build upon the health and life expectancy gains of recent generations.
So much rhetoric surrounding Syringe Service Programs, or SSPs, demonstrates a misunderstanding of the role these programs play in communities hit hardest by the opioid epidemic.
The 56 men who signed the Declaration of Independence knew what they were getting into. As we celebrate the 4th of July 245 years later with flags and fireworks, it's easy to forget that these patriots risked death to give a new nation life.
This fall, Indiana lawmakers have a once-in-a-decade opportunity to shape the future for Hoosiers. The question is whether those in the majority will look to the future or cling selfishly to the past.
For decades, local and state leaders in Indiana have rightly allotted considerable energies to debates and discussions around education, higher education, and workforce preparation.
This Week's Circulars
TERRE HAUTE - Dr. Lyle Eugene Hawkins, passed away September 19th, 2021 in Union Hospital. He was born in Memphis, Tennessee, on February 11, 1932, to Charles A. and Lillian Jacoby Hawkins. He was the youngest of 3 children. Lyle was an active member of Bellevue Baptist Church, Memphis, Tenn…
Ruth Ann Dowdy, 94, of Terre Haute, Indiana, passed away Wednesday, September 22, 2021 in Union Hospital. Ruth Ann was born in Clinton, on March 27, 1927 to Harry and Faye Myers Dowdy, and was raised by Harry and Ruth Ritcheson Dowdy. Ruth Ann was retired from a long career in nursing, worki…
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