- MORTON MARCUS: Indiana has experience with confusion in the world of computers It was not surprising to see the confusion and attacks generated by the federal government's effort to make the purchase of health insurance easier. We have seen it before. In business, universities, governments at all levels, new computer applicatio
- Park a goodfit at Goshen For nearly three decades, Goshen High School had one of the most stable football programs in the state. In 1978 coach Ken Mirer led Goshen to the 2A state title, the first such championship in Elkhart County history. Three years later the Redskins we
- FROM THE STATEHOUSE: Smoking debate heats up again One of the legislative priorities of the influential Indiana Chamber of Commerce is the repeal of the state’s so-called “smoker’s bill of rights.”
- Being there for each other Generally speaking, putting out a daily newspaper is about looking ahead. The concerns tend toward the immediate -- What's going in the next edition? What about the one after that? Sometimes, though, it's nice to take a breather and look back. That'
- A 'batter' way to help others If you haven’t had breakfast yet today, we know of a good place to go to eat. That place is the Salvation Army, 1013 N. Main St. in Goshen.
50 years can't fade a day to remember
For the record and to ease the burden of research for my future biographers I was eating a tuna fish sandwich … on white bread … with lettuce and mayo.
- FROM THE STATEHOUSE: Goshen able to sell referendum Never underestimate the power of high school band parents. That’s one lesson coming out of the special elections this month, when voters in four Indiana communities were asked to raise property taxes to provide more funding for their local schools.
- Be prepared to fend for yourself in a disaster Hoosiers should know better than to put something off until another day, but according to the state's Department of Homeland Security, that is just what some residents are doing in the area of emergency preparedness. The DHS surveyed 2,500 Indiana re
- The Globe points the way Talk to people regionally who take their music listening seriously, and you’ll likely end up having a conversation about The Globe.
- MORTON MARCUS: Now is not the time for Indiana to emphasize negatives What is the number one complaint of Hoosier employers? The labor force is outdated. We do not have enough workers with the training and experience to compete with other states and nations.
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