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Norman Knight: Blessed under the moon

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Pages from my diary — Eclipse Weekend edition.

Ryan Trares: A different kind of spring break

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When that first wet snowflake hit the windshield, we knew this was going to be a different kind of spring break.

Editorial: Never too soon to be prepared

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Terre Haute Tribune-Star

Abdul-Hakim Shabazz: Undecided voters may well decide governor’s race

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The undecided Republican primary voter will very likely decide which candidate for governor will win the upcoming election. I base this assumption on some recent polling done by my media company, Indy Politics.

David Carlson: The art of war

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What images come to mind with the word “war?” For much of human history, artists working for pharaohs, emperors, kings, queens, sultans and tsars portrayed war, especially victorious battles, as glorious moments in history.

Editorial: Solar eclipse unites Johnson County, if only briefly

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For a little more than four minutes Monday, nothing else mattered.

Brian Howey: Tragic words of wisdom from violent 1968

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In the midst of this current presidential election year, we have witnessed cavalier and reckless rhetoric suggesting political violence. There has been talk of a second civil war, of “retribution” and “bloodbaths” and “vermin” poisoning the blood of America.

Morton Marcus: Graduates leaving Indiana because wages are woefully weak

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Students will be graduating from Hoosier high schools and colleges in just a few months. Parents and politicians want them to stay in Indiana. I recommend they leave to see what is available elsewhere and return, after a decade or so, if they choose.

Michael Hicks: What caused the Midwest to thrive? Education

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A newly released study by economists from Yale and UC San Diego unlocked a key insight into the way the Rustbelt developed. Like most studies, it is just one piece of the puzzle. I found it insightful because it is yet another challenge to the view that attracting capital drives regional economic growth. In other words, jobs follow people, people don’t follow jobs.