Vasicek: A wealth of good news on several fronts
Spring is here. St. Patrick’s Day has come and gone. Because that minor holiday fell on a Sunday, we had a record number of pinches in church last Sunday. Must be the revenge of the Irish. I tried to feign being Pastor Ed O’Vasicek, but wasn’t convincing.
Day: Be your brother’s keeper
A friend asked whether I had taken a good look at the responsibility one has to another, friend or foe. So I thought I would dwell upon that target in this week’s column.
HEINIG: Students deserve an equal chance in life
I have never met state Reps. Mike Karickhoff and Heath Van Natter. What information I have about them comes primarily from the Kokomo Tribune and the Kokomo Perspective. I know that they are both Republicans, and neither of them seems prone to extremist positions.
HAYDEN: Pence, tea party take jabs at GOP
INDIANAPOLIS — If you’re outside the Indianapolis TV market, you may not have seen the Americans for Prosperity ad that demonizes Republican leaders in the General Assembly for resisting Republican Gov. Mike Pence’s tax cut plan.
Wolfsie: Now this column is punny
Last week my column covered the growing controversy about horse meat in food products around the world. At the beginning, I acknowledged that the piece would include a number of puns, first noting that Swedish meatballs would now be perfect for bridle showers.
juwi CEO: Wind farm part of Tipton County solution
For a few years now, our company, juwi Wind North America, has been studying Tipton County’s viability to site a wind farm. There are four major factors that form the basis for bringing a wind farm to the county – wind speed, access to uncongested transmission lines, a market to sell wind generated energy and a supportive community.
Vasicek; Nanny-like government likely in our future
How does Elmer find me? I can go for years without running into specific friends at the grocery store or the home improve-ment center. But I run into Elmer like clockwork. He waved to summon my attention in the supermarket parking lot. He was smiling, until he began to whine.
Day: In my memories
Here’s another trip back to those times when we were young and full of vinegar with Mom and Dad in charge of family operations
Bennett: Telephoning still a numbers game
You’ve heard of child prodigies who can play Mozart on piano or perform calculus at the age of 5.
That wasn’t me. I did, though, memorize my home telephone number: Wabash-1265.
House of Burgess: Mr. Rodman goes to Pyongyang
On March 3, George Stephanopoulos, host of ABC’s “This Week”, conducted one of the most staggering interviews I’ve ever seen. The subject was former basketball player Dennis Rodman and the occasion was his recent visit to North Korea.
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