With record in hand, Wagler moves on
Last Friday wasn’t a difficult day for Loogootee senior Zach Wagler. It wasn’t necessarily easy, but at the same time, it was a day that he could handle.
The little things matter
It is the little things that matter most I usually do not like talking about my family in this space but this is a cool story.
It¹s a story about a prized possession. We all have them, whether it be $1 or $1 million. I doesn't matter what others think about it or it's worth, all that matters is what that item means to you.
Spring is around the corner
After a period of short consideration, it is my opinion that spring must be the best time of the year.
Like most of you, I find that winter is harder to live with than in years past. The cold temperatures, snow and wind drags me down rather quickly anymore.
Truly a public servant
Our community is touched by many people during their lives, and in their passing. Daviess County, southwestern Indiana, the state itself was indeed touched, and saddened, by the passing of Republican County Chairman and Daviess County Treasurer Martin Mumaw III on Wednesday.
Time doesn't heal all wounds
Death is hard. Death makes you sick to your stomach. Death brings about emotions we never knew we had. Above all else, death forces us to examine our own lives in a unique fashion.
Levee can't stop financial drain
The business of the Bennington Levee is not going away at any time. And like many maladies, it will get worse before it gets any better.
Release I-69 land records
It is one thing to see government malfeasance in someone else’s area, but not in our own backyard.
Today a New Day
It's good to be the king
My kids have paws
I awoke from a deep sleep to hear a low, snoring roar. As I opened my eyes, the indescript noise was coming from my six month old pitbull, Toby, as he lay in between myself and my wife, Monika. As I got my bearings, I looked to my left to the night stand to see what time it was. The alarm clock read 2:37 a.m. The next hour consisted of Toby twitching while snoring quite loudly.
Today a new day
A more peaceful world
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