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Proud to have served

Last Friday I was at Richard’s Restaurant having breakfast with some friends. I looked for my bill but it had disappeared. I asked our...

Vote ‘Yes’ on Public Question 1

In this year’s election, Hoosiers have the chance to add a Balanced Budget Amendment to the Indiana Constitution. This proposed amendment appears as Public...

Remember the U.S.A.

What’s wrong with America. Remember our beloved land, Remember our beloved Constitution, Remember our beloved Bill of Rights, And less we forget, remember our soldiers and...

A grateful sister says ‘Thanks’

I want to thank Alan Daugherty and Mark Miller for their time, effort and remarkable perception in the Memorial Day articles in the March...

Just trying to get along

Please tell me why all the landlords in Bluffton have more rights than a homeowner.  We pay taxes but it appears when it comes down...

Mayor’s north side proposal exciting

Thank you Mayor Ellis and Bluffton City Council in presenting a plan to increase availability and capacity of the sewerage system north of the...

Enjoy your new seat, Gerald

Norwell High School football was truly blessed with the presence of six gentlemen in the 1980s and ‘90s: Gary Scott, Jim Cobble, Bob Gilbert,...

We cannot disregard God’s word

Compromise. An interesting word. One that may bring good feeling or uneasiness. It should be clear that compromising right living is evil, whereas compromising...

A stormy day for a play

I went to Portlnad, to Jay Co. High School Sunday afternoon to see my granddaughter Paige in a play. It was “Beauty and the...

Seeking more respectful health care

The mistaken perspectives of Dr. Marilyn Singleton (Guest Column, Sept 25) require a response. She decries the palliative care and hospice-supporting bills making their way...