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Editorial: Rising COVID hospital cases feel familiar

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The recent increase in COVID hospitalizations feels eerily familiar as we survey the peaks and valleys of the ongoing pandemic.

Tracy Souza: Local nurse family partnership gets a big boost

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The one thing that philanthropists have in common is the desire to do good. As a philanthropic professional, I have always harbored the dream of doing something great. Kind of like the philanthropist who paid to paint lines along the right-hand side of roads to “prove” that those lines can save lives. Philanthropic dollars invested up front to prove the value of a great idea can beget more money to keep that idea persisting in the future.

Cummins’ record earnings show right direction

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Incoming Cummins Inc. CEO Jennifer Rumsey could not have scripted a better quarterly earnings debut last week.

Brian Howey: The commitment of Rep. Walorski and her staff

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For a delegation that easily logs more than a million highway miles every year, last week’s news of the death of U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski and staffers Zachery Potts and Emma Thomson was a staggering, drop-to-your-knees moment of shock and overwhelming grief.

US must help more refugees from Ukraine

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The Washington Post

Aaron Miller: Flying is just plane tiring

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Imagine standing in an endless line for hours. It is hot and humid. You need to go on a very important journey — maybe to see family, go on a job interview or for a medical appointment. You may go for hours without a chance to eat, drink, go to the bathroom, or even sit down. Meanwhile, martinets and bureaucrats bark confusing, conflicting, and unintelligible orders at you.

Bud Herron: Worming our way out of the mess we’re in

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Columbus is a trashy place to live.

Editorial: On abortion, Hoosiers are not in Kansas

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An interesting thing happened in Kansas last week. Voters who went to the polls there trounced a ballot measure seeking to remove the right to abortion from the Sunflower State’s Constitution.