Social Security imposter scams are widespread across the United States. Scammers use sophisticated tactics to deceive you into providing sensitive information or money. They target everyone — even the elderly — and their tactics continue to evolve.
If we're not honest about who we are and the historical forces that have molded us, we have no hope of becoming a better collective people.
Democrats have a one-vote margin in the Senate. They can’t work just with progressives such as Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. They also need to embrace moderates like Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema.
Many young dads sleep too little, work too much, and expend the bulk of their leftover energy on home or car repairs that they really don't know how to do, trying to save money.
In a column published in Sunday’s Charleston Gazette-Mail, U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin notes that rules such as the filibuster are in place to keep one party from running roughshod over the other.
U.S. Sen. Todd Young was feeling it at the Kosciusko County Republican Lincoln Dinner, so much so that he coaxed the crowd into doing a stadium-style wave. “I’m in front of, what I perceive to be, the most motivated, the most energized, the most fired-up group of Republicans I’ve visited with since this COVID pandemic descended upon our country. Folks, we are fired up!” the Warsaw Times-Union quoted the senator.
Four months into the pandemic, Three Dog Night managed to perform a socially distanced concert at a college. Fans could attend in their cars.
Over the many years I have been writing these columns, I may have used the great singer/songwriter Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On?” lyrics to introduce a subject before. I don’t know. What I do know is that the timeless 1971 song raises an important question. What’s going on?
This time of year our backyards and parks supply us with great learning opportunities. I love when the songbirds appear and our air is filled with their joyful songs. As I sit and watch them on their daily search for food, I am amazed as to the efficiency of their bills. Each species is equipped with a specific type of bill that aids them in the retrieval of the specific food types that is required for their survival.
With COVID-19 cases on the decline and millions fully vaccinated, we're talking about getting back to school in-person, businesses reopening, gatherings commencing, etc. Amen to all of those things. But I say bring on the fun. Bring on sports — with fans back in the stands.
Two fundraisers are underway to place headstones on the grassy gravesites of silent film and stage actress Valeska Surratt and blues guitarist and singer Johnny “Rolling Stone” Wright.
As this year marks the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre, it has become painfully clear that many of us are hearing about it for the first time, which is unconscionable.
Every competition inherently involves winning and losing. The U.S. Air Force has chosen a site in Arkansas to establish a multi-national training base for F-35 fighter jets, instead of Terre Haute Regional Airport Hulman Field.
It's happened before. It could happen again. Terre Haute can regain its niche as a hub for live music, with a new outdoors twist.
I join you and millions of Americans in commemorating the lives of soldiers who served in our military in any capacity, and the hundreds of thousands who fought and died in defense of this country of ours.
This Week's Circulars
NAPPANEE [mdash] Daniel F. Chupp, 89 of Nappanee, Indiana, died at 9:46 a.m. Thursday, June 10, 2021 at Goshen General Hospital. Cremation will take place and a memorial service will be held at a later date.
- Goshen man, child die in early Sunday morning wreck
- Three local women to compete for Miss Indiana title
- POLICE NEWS: Man arrested while child hospitalized after beating
- Silver Alert issued for Elkhart girl
- POLICE NEWS: Goshen police make several arrests
- PREP ATHLETICS: Engle hired as new Fairfield athletic director
- Man ordered to life in prison for role in woman's torture and murder
- Large industrial campus planned for city’s south side
- POLICE NEWS: Crash injures two near Wakarusa
- Preliminary plans for new housing development approved