Came across this amusing story the other day:
‘Tis the season for gatherings and festivities, and as we’ve all gotten accustomed to in recent years, the seasonal spike in communicable viruses.
When Lucabe Coffee Co.’s Tyler and Alissa Hodge opened their second Columbus location in the former Irwin Union Bank and Trust branch in Eastbrook plaza, the building’s architectural significance wasn’t lost on them.
A recent prosecutorial oversight committee could be the poster child for why Indiana doesn’t need Legislative Interim Study Committees.
If you followed this year’s elections, at some point the question probably occurred to you: Why do people do this? The endless campaign events, the constant scrutiny … and increasingly, the very real and alarming threat of political violence. What drives someone to put up with it all?
The transformation that will happen in the coming years at IUPUC has the potential to expand and focus local educational offerings as the institution rebrands.
In gauging the dynamic of Trump/Pence 3.0, look no further than star-struck U.S. Rep. Jim Banks, R-Indiana.
A reader recently suggested I write about the speed with which government policy can affect the economy. I’ve only lightly touched on this topic before, but it is both timely and interesting, and rich with theory and empirics.
From: Bill Krieg
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette