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Michael Hicks: Regional cities initiative, an economic boon

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Indiana’s Regional Cities Initiative is an example of one of the most innovative place-based economic development programs issued by any state.

John Krull: Trump, guilt and the art of grievance

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No wonder former President Donald Trump has fought so hard—so desperately—to delay the three other trials he faces for criminal conduct.

Niki Kelly: Time to lift the Indianapolis 500 blackout — for good

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In a rarity since moving here to Indiana in 1996, I got to lay on my couch and watch the Indianapolis 500 live, from green flag to checkered flag. And it shouldn’t have taken a four-hour rain delay to make that happen.

Norman Knight: I’m just playing along

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In the Book of Job we find the declaration: “The Lord gave and the Lord hath taketh away.”

Ryan Trares: Tastes of summer

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Summer is so close I can taste it.

Editorial: Can a state stop abortion travel?

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The Wall Street Journal

Mark Franke: The draw of small towns is reversing trends

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“Counterurbanization,” a term new to me, is the phenomenon that Americans increasingly are moving from large cities to rural areas. This reverses a trend in the other direction, one that began with the Industrial Revolution and continued until just recently.

Eric Miller: DCS is here for Hoosiers

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It is a sad reality that not all parents cultivate a safe and loving environment for their children to live and grow. .

Lee Hamilton: The US is no longer the world’s dominant superpower

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It was an article of faith, through most of my life, that the United States was the world’s dominant power. We had the most powerful military, the biggest and most vibrant economy and the most influential culture. For better or worse, we were the envy of the world.