Editorials

Relay for Life way to aid cancer research

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Cancer affects numerous families across Bartholomew and Jennings counties. Starting this weekend and continuing into next month, teams of volunteers will try to do...

It’s time for GOP factions to reconcile

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Tuesday’s city primary election marked in many ways a finish line as contested Republican races decided party nominees for mayor and all but one...

Medical interpreters class fills vital need

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More than 50 languages are spoken by families who have children in Bartholomew Consolidated School Corp., so there’s no doubt language barriers exist in...

Big Brothers Big Sisters continues to have impact

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Big Brothers Big Sisters is the oldest and largest youth mentoring program in the United States. It pairs adults with children in an effort...

Affected Vectren customers deserve good service

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Businesses provide many things: Goods and services that people can buy, jobs and income for employees and property taxes for local governments. ...

Interest in Bakalar air museum boon for city

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If Columbus’ Atterbury-Bakalar Air Museum has been the “best-kept secret in town,” that title isn’t likely to last much longer with its growing number...

Who really won mayoral debate? Voters of Columbus

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The highest-profile race in the upcoming Columbus primary elections is that for mayor. Incumbent Kristen Brown is being challenged by city councilman...

Lending library project beneficial to community

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Literacy and community are getting a boost in Columbus thanks to the efforts of Emma Boas. The Columbus North High School student...

Libraries still valuable community resources

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While neither librarians nor patrons would appreciate people running and screaming through the building, the days of ssh-ing and hushed voices are long gone...

Copying program a worthwhile endeavor

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St. Peter’s Lutheran School has started a program that other schools should watch closely. Back in September, the parochial school implemented Minds in Motion,...