Gov Eric Holcomb: World taking note of Indiana’s energy transition
Last May, we brought the world to Indiana by hosting our first-ever Global Economic Summit. We accomplished our mission, with more than 800 attendees from two dozen countries around the world. We showcased how Indiana is leading the way in the economy of the future by investing in innovation and entrepreneurship and building out new energy sources that will help feed, fuel and construct the 21st century, worldwide.
Letter: Our children and community deserve a stronger BCSC
Saying it again — It’s time to make plans to vote
If you haven’t heard it before, I’d suggest giving “To Beat the Devil” by Kris Kristofferson a listen.
Ryan Trares on parenting: Coastin’ through life
Our little daredevil just keeps getting braver and braver.
Ryan Trares: A week with the boys
The guys were on their own earlier this month in the Trares household.
Town hall stresses affordable housing issues
Intensified community focus on affordable housing issues was evident Thursday evening at a Columbus Town Hall organized by Hoosier Action and held in the First Presbyterian Church sanctuary at Seventh and Franklin streets.
Ryan Trares: Hope on the wings of a butterfly
A flurry of orange and black fluttered inside the plastic container.
Mark Franke: The student loan bailout feels like whiskey at the polls
Politicians used to “encourage” favorable votes from citizens by tapping kegs of whiskey at the polling sites. The stakes are higher these days as our representatives in Washington, D.C., think much bigger both in dollars and constituents. The other difference is that those kegs of whiskey came out of the candidates’ pockets while their successors have the federal treasury on call.
Ryan Trares: Hanging onto summer for dear life
The morning air is getting crisper. Goldenrod and asters are blooming in the garden. The sun is rising later and later in the morning, and those long summer evenings have been truncated.
Ryan Trares on parenting: New school, new year
Things were a little slow-going at first. But eventually, the energy kicked in.