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ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: Hoosier hospitality shines for refugees

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Hoosiers showed their hospitality in ways that long will be remembered by refugees from Afghanistan who briefly called Camp Atterbury home.

Dick Wolfsie: Thanks for the laughs

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Every year about this time, I look back with appreciation at the people, places and predicaments that made it into my column during the past 12 months.

David Carlson: Fighting against a moral universe

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The attorney defending the three men who murdered Ahmaud Arbery looked back at the people sitting in the courtroom and saw something dangerous.

Will responsible gun owners please stand up — and speak out?

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Last week’s school shooting in Oxford, Michigan, that left four students dead was, sadly, not terribly surprising.

Edna Ruth Ford

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FRANKLIN

The ‘public’ in public schools

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I consider it a good day when I read or hear something that had never crossed my mind previously. Being induced to think anew about an issue from an entirely different perspective is stimulating and, on occasion, enlightening. I am always willing to rethink my position although, truth be told, I don’t often change my mind. Still, there is value in the exercise itself.

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: Don’t deny a dying man’s religious request

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In 2008, John Henry Ramirez, 37, was convicted of capital murder and sentenced to die for the 2004 murder and robbery of Pablo Castro, a convenience store clerk in Corpus Christi.

Michael Leppert: In Season 2, when all else fails, forgiveness can help

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What a year 2021 has turned out to be.

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: Social media’s big con game

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In 2015, @Jack tweeted: “I think Twitter is the closest thing we have to a global consciousness. And I believe the world needs that right now.” Last week, the bearded @Jack, otherwise known as Jack Dorsey, quit his job as the CEO of Twitter, apparently having decided that running that thing was no longer much fun.