Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spent his life in service to our nation. Now it’s up to us to carry on his legacy.

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Important issues tend to be difficult, with deeply entrenched opinions and interests. They also attract the attention of media, political leaders, citizens and especially lobbyists. Recently, while explaining the results of two very contentious studies, I was asked who paid for them. That is…

Republicans have such a strong grip on Indiana – holding the governor’s office and super majorities in both legislative chambers – that it is difficult to see beyond the fact. It sometimes feels as though it must have always been so and always will be so.

Marion is moving quickly to use tax increment financing (TIF) to help fund the development of the former Marion National Bank Building, now called Ridley Tower, after yet another developer approached the city looking for a handout.

As news spreads about the coronavirus outbreak in China, airports will begin to look more like hospital wards.

Marion generosity helped improve Christmas

It’s no secret that our city and county governments are strapped for cash.

It’s unsettling to know two students in Grant County threatened a school shooting this week.

Every year, the average American spends nearly $700 on holiday gifts and goodies each year, the National Retail Federation estimates.

Sen. Cory Booker, a Democratic presidential candidate, recently tweeted something he couldn’t have possibly read too closely. It was a link to a Glamour magazine piece about men and abortion. The senator wrote: “Women shouldn’t be solely responsible for sharing their personal stories as evid…

Even though it took years for the Fifth Street Commons to get completed, the City of Marion finally finished one of many initiatives outlined on its comprehensive plan thanks to the help of community partners.

Around 40 Marion High School Giants outworked, outsmarted and outlasted all but four JROTC teams across the country.