An open, free and unfettered press is a cornerstone of democracy and part and parcel of our liberty.
Just a generation or two ago, Tom Wolfe described the mettle of test pilots turned astronauts as “The Right Stuff.” Now, all one needs to get to outer space is a big pile of green stuff, or perhaps gold.
During the Nixon administration’s Watergate unraveling, Henry Kissinger’s mordant jest was, “The illegal we do immediately, the unconstitutional takes a little longer.” But not long, say today’s congressional Democrats. Their “For the People Act” (FTP) is 800-plus pages of provisions conveni…
This past week, a group of 19 Indiana House members — including local Rep. Denny Zent, R-Angola — signed on to a letter asking Gov. Eric Holcomb to use executive action to ban Indiana University from requiring students be vaccinated against COVID-19 for the start of the 2021-22 school year.
“Getting back to normal” will be a commonly-used phrase in the next six months as the things we used to take for granted return after being absent for a year or longer.
Three times already in his brief tenure, President Biden has rolled out a far-reaching and extraordinarily expensive proposal to address large-scale problems in this country. First there was a $1.9-trillion plan to help individuals and businesses cope with the surging COVID-19 pandemic. Then…
Blood clots in veins that drain blood from the brain can lead to alarming strokelike results. The symptoms can be severe headaches, abdominal pain, leg pain and shortness of breath.
It sounds like the setup to a familiar joke, although there’s no humor to be found in the answer: How bad is Indiana on matters of health?
There is something strange going on in Washington. The American president has an approval rating that is so lopsided to the positive, it almost feels heroic. So, how popular is Joe Biden? His numbers are so good, one might think the alleged election “irregularities” were all schemed and skew…
Those who know best are in agreement about the 2020 general election. It was free, secure and safe. The results were fair and accurate. There was no significant voter fraud. Anywhere.
The first witness the prosecution called in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer charged with the murder of George Floyd was a 911 dispatcher who watched the arrest unfold in real time on a surveillance camera. So long did the restraint go on that she wondered if the camera fee…
Indiana will go down in history as the first state to play host to an NCAA men’s basketball tournament from beginning to end. From all indications, the event has been a huge success.
The grocery store shooting that killed 10 people in Boulder last week has driven home what we’ve long suspected: Today America is a country where every resident must be prepared at all times for a deadly assault.
North Korea has come under criticism last week for repeating its outdated hostile rhetoric against South Korea and the United States. While denouncing the springtime joint military drill between Seoul and Washington, Kim Yo-jong, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, warned of the p…
Last summer, during the height of racial justice protests across the Hoosier state and elsewhere in the nation, Gov. Eric Holcomb addressed the concerns of those marching in the streets.
Cass County farmers planted 97,300 acres of corn and 80,200 acres of soybeans in 2020, the National Agricultural Statistics Service reports. Howard County farmers planted 62,500 acres of corn and 65,700 acres of soybeans.
- Logansport woman killed in Monticello-area collision
- Worker struck on U.S. 35 in critical condition; paving project halted
- Doing it Old Style: Logansport restaurant reopens under new ownership
- Logansport hires Sherron Wilkerson as boys basketball coach
- Fulton County toddler drowns in residential pond
- Local pet groomers fill void with new business
- Delta variant confirmed in Cass County
- Solar field testing disrupts factories, hospital
- Local musicians band together for benefit concert Saturday
- Walton area residents learn about proposed solar farm
Support local journalism
We are making critical coverage of the coronavirus available for free.
Please consider subscribing so we can continue to bring you the latest news and information on this developing story.
Flora, Ronald Paul, 67, of Flora, a celebration of life will be at 10 a.m. today at Northview Church, 687 E. 50 North, Flora. Wheeler Family Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.