IDEM spokesmen: Officials have taken steps to ensure Hoosiers' water quality
In response to editorials and news stories throughout the nation, we want to assure Hoosiers that Indiana's drinking water is safe, and the only comparison that can be made between Indiana and the crisis in Flint, Mich., is that Indiana's drinking water experts have taken proactive steps to ensure that what happened in Flint does not happen here...
FINANCIAL FOCUS Should You Change Your Investment Mix Over Time?
To be successful at investing, some people think they need to "get in on the ground floor" of the next "big thing." However, instead of waiting for that one "hot" stock that may never come along, consider creating an asset allocation -- a mix of investments -- that's appropriate for your needs, goals and risk tolerance...
Letters to the Editor
Revelations about chewing tar
To the editor: Yes, yes, I chewed tar; all of us fellows when we were in grade school chewed tar as we all thought we were like the old timers chewing their tobacco . . . and we spit too. Yes, I also chewed gum, and after all the sweet stuff was out, I just swallowed it . . . but not the tar...
Farm Bureau members stand up for what they believe in
To the editor: Indiana Farm Bureau is known for grassroots policy positions -- standing for something and working to make it happen. This approach has been true since our beginning in 1919 and was more evident than ever during the 2016 legislative session...
Lions Club appreciates Community Foundation grant
To the editor: The Brazil Lions Club would like to extend their heartfelt appreciation for the generous $6,365 grant from the Clay County Community Foundation, a chapter of the Wabash Valley Community Foundation. Their grant enabled us to purchase new preschool vision screening equipment which is capable of screening children approximately 18 months to six years old as well as nonverbal or developmentally disabled individuals. ...