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.
Be careful what you wish for governor
Here’s a story to consider: A Republican governor with ties to the Tea Party and possible presidential ambitions decides he wants to slash the state’s income tax rate but is met with massive resistance from legislative leaders from his own party.
VASICEK: With countless hoops awaiting us, many of us stop jumping
Boys were created to play with weapons; since the days of the Wild West, boys without guns used their fingers to simulate them. Many Americans, however, are in a gun frenzy fad.
DAY: Uncle Ray: Life as it should be
It seems like wherever I go, like a store, ball game or out to dinner, someone will come up and introduce themselves and then tell me that they read my column.
Columnist: Keeping kids safe online
College football star Manti Te’o likely will suffer just personal embarrass-ment after the girlfriend he supposedly met online did not really exist. The same cannot be said for the teenagers who met Richard L. Finkbiner online.
House of Burgess: Limestone Comedy Festival guide
I can tell you this with a straight face and as an objective journalist: if you were to list the hands-down funniest comedians working today, the four announced headliners of the inaugural Limestone Comedy Festival would absolutely be in the conversation.
HAYDEN: Online gambling threat to casinos
Indiana lawmakers have been debating whether to give the state’s casinos more financial incentives to compete with the shiny new gambling palaces popping up in Ohio.
Wolfsie: Tricky to-do lists
I don’t care if my wife goes through my pockets looking for money. I have no problem with her opening mail that is addressed to me. She can peek at my text messages all she wants. No big deal. But please, Mary Ellen, do not mess with my To Do list.
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