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.

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North Korea has come under criticism last week for repeating its outdated hostile rhetoric against South Korea and the United States.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…

While COVID-19 restrictions have loosened, the dockets for some of the state’s busiest courtrooms are already filling up for 2022.

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.

Indiana ranks worst in the nation in toxic chemicals and pollution released per square mile, posing grave danger to the health of Hoosiers.

This week is Sunshine Week 2021. This highlighting of open government was established in 2005 by the American Society of News Editors.

Thursday evening, exactly one year since the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 virus a global pandemic, President Joe Biden made his first prime-time address to the nation.

Outdoor temperatures are forecast to remain unseasonably high today. Temperatures in the 60s and mid-50s will give way to the 40s by Saturday. Outdoor warming makes for an ideal time to dig up trees or bushes.

This is an exciting time for the families of our community’s high school seniors. Many are discussing which colleges their upperclassman might want to attend next fall.

With public schools grappling with the challenge of educating students during a pandemic, with uncertainty about funding, Republican lawmakers in the Indiana General Assembly have chosen to go all-in on growing the state’s voucher program.

Starting in 1996, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention self-imposed a ban on researching firearms deaths in the United States. The federal agency had been cowed by the National Rifle Association and the Republican-controlled House of Representatives, among others, who accused it of being a fellow traveler of those pushing for gun control.

When the gavel signaled the start of the 2021 session of the Indiana General Assembly, lawmakers began considering the merits of many healthcare-related bills.

Indiana unemployment rolls swelled last spring, as a worsening coronavirus epidemic upended Hoosier businesses and led employers to lay off workers.

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Obituaries

Jones, William C. ‘Bill,’ 84, of Auburn, services will be 11 a.m. Saturday, May 15, 2021, at First United Methodist Church, 1203 E. Seventh St., Auburn, with the Rev. Dr. James Farrer officiating. Burial will take place at a later date at Ever Rest Memorial Park in Logansport. Visitation wil…

Jones, William C. ‘Bill,’ 84, of Auburn, services will be 11 a.m. Saturday, May 15, 2021, at First United Methodist Church, 1203 E. Seventh St., Auburn, with the Rev. Dr. James Farrer officiating. Burial will take place at a later date at Ever Rest Memorial Park in Logansport. Visitation wil…