Editorials

Editorial: Remembering a leader whose spirit lives on

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Our community lost a gentle giant recently with the passing of the Rev. Annette Barnes. A leader at St. Bartholomew Catholic Church who ministered to those who have lost loved ones and those fighting for their own lives, Barnes’ selfless gifts touched so many people. She died last week at 85.

Editorial: Lawmakers should encourage vaccinations

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Sometimes, doing nothing is the best thing our legislature does.

Editorial: Effort to fight military, veteran suicides sorely needed

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The (Norfolk, Va.) Virginian-Pilot and Daily Press

Editorial: The community must rally to prevent overdose deaths

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Overdose deaths in Bartholomew County and Indiana continue at a heartbreaking pace in an epidemic that shows no sign of easing.

Editorial: Black Friday, supply chains and even more stuff

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Black Friday is upon us, the traditional opening of the Christmas and holiday shopping season. This day is foreshadowed by the annual tinseling and...

Editorial: Giving thanks is among America’s best traditions

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Despite all the troubles and conflict in the world, we are reminded today of all we have to be thankful for, and to share...

Editorial: School board meetings really should be civil

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The (Anderson) Herald Bulletin

Editorial: City, county animal abuse rules need consistency

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Stepped-up enforcement of animal cruelty allegations in Bartholomew County have put renewed attention on a disturbing problem recently while also showing a need for...

Editorial: Smokeout tomorrow gives smokers help to quit

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Smoking is one of the most difficult addictions to break. Former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop 33 years ago declared the nicotine in cigarettes to be as addictive as cocaine or heroin. Even so, plenty of people have overcome that addiction and beaten the habit over the years, often with a lot of help and encouragement.

Editorial: Economic forecast’s bright spots are reassuring

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Cautious optimism might be the only kind we can muster while dealing with a ceaseless pandemic and its attendant economic challenges. And cautious optimism was the overriding forecast from the IUPUC Business Outlook Panel on Monday – an outlook that predicted conditions between partly sunny and partly cloudy.