Constant lies shield the truth
Here’s how Trump actually handled the virus:
God’s voice in medical advice
I thank the Tribune-Star for the emphasis last weekend’s edition (May 1-2) placed on the foolish and ultimately disastrous hesitancy of many, particularly conservative Christians, to take one of the safe and effective COVID-9 vaccines.
Brittlebank Park’s time has come
After many years of being a low priority on the city’s budget, Brittlebank Park deserves to receive needed improvements.
Post COVID-19 illness puts millions at risk
Thank you for the updates on last week’s column on the status of COVID-19 vaccinations and the need to continue to make progress on the rate of those vaccinated as well as ensuring that persons complete their series.
GOP supermajority requires oversight
Under Indiana Code 3-9-2-12, candidates for any statewide office are prohibited from soliciting or accepting campaign contributions in odd-numbered years (i.e., 2021) from the start of budget session until that session is adjourned.
Taking care of beloved areas
On the eve of Earth Day last week family members and neighbors of Collett Park had a sweet, simple celebration by planting a donated tree honoring the life of Aline Mascari, who was a resident of Collett Park for 70 years.
IFC reacts to the Chauvin verdict
The InterFaith Council of the Wabash Valley (IFC), composed of members of diverse religious affiliations and humanitarian belief systems, expresses its relief that the Minneapolis jury has found former police officer, Derek Chauvin, guilty on all charges and thus fully accountable for the death of George Floyd.
To protect our most loved
We have all seen our world change due to COVID-19. So many of us have experienced loss, and we are consistently provided mixed messages regarding the best ways to stay safe in reducing the spread of COVID-19.
Learn more to help fight climate change
The Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods are encouraging all who can to plan on attending an upcoming virtual meeting with the Indiana chapter of Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL).
A way to make your vote count
The National Popular Vote bill will take effect when enacted into law by states possessing 270 electoral votes.
Progress through plant-based foods
With Earth Day April 22, we have reduced our carbon footprint by curtailing travel and our thermostat. We recycle. But we can do so much more by cutting our consumption of animal meat and milk products. Yes, that.
Leaky bucket of Indiana K-12 school funding
Every odd-numbered year when the Indiana General Assembly develops the state’s next budget, legislators often brag about funding increases for K-12 education.
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