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David Carlson: The miracle of the local paper

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Instead of reading the newspaper this morning, imagine this local newspaper didn’t come to your house.

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: Take pride in Afghan refugee resettlement effort

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Refugees from Afghanistan are making their way to their new homes in America, including many of the roughly 7,200 who have come to Camp Atterbury after fleeing their home country.

Dick Wolfsie: Sitting room only

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Mary Ellen and I have a standing argument — literally, a standing argument.

Mark Franke: Let students rewrite Constitution?

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A government professor at Skidmore College in upstate New York recently wrote an op-ed that was carried in my local newspaper. My wife recommended the column to me since it was about one of my favorite subjects — the United States Constitution.

Brian Howey: Pandemic burnout and ‘personal freedom’

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“How are you doing today, Buddy?” the St. Vincent’s intensive care nurse asked me in late November 2019.

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: Bit by bit, Stephen Sondheim put what matters in life together

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“Be careful the things you say,” wrote Stephen Sondheim, “children will listen.”

Vicki Babcock

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Michael Leppert: The differences between articles, editorials and columns

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In recent weeks, I have had a marked increase in opportunities for discussions with readers of my weekly column.

Leo Morris: ‘Leftover’ memories are precious

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I’m sitting here still eating turkey three days after Thanksgiving and thinking: Leftovers are food nostalgia.