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Issue of October 22, 2014

School trustee's comment insulting

When interviewing Hoosier basketball hero Damon Bailey for this newspaper 15 years ago, I asked him if he ever grew tired of being yelled at by then-IU basketball coach Bobby Knight. Bailey said that, with his coach, you had to listen to what was being said and not how Knight said it....more >>

The danger of drought

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More and more I realize that the drought of this summer was indeed traumatizing. It affected our agriculture and, thus, our food prices. It caused watering bans in the cities and loss of work for those in landscaping services. Trees were turning brown in mid-summer, and garden shops were facing high water bills coupled with loss of sales. The grass in Indiana looked like the sands of the Sahara Desert and crunched with each step. And, as you know, it was hot, hot, hot....more >>

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