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Today's Opinions

  • Some things you just can’t plan

    I’ve always been a planner. I have a precise schedule in my head, a physical copy in a spiral-bound book and several alarms set in my phone. I guess you could call it a control problem, but I would call it preparedness.

    I plan down to the minute of my day.

    This is when I have to be at work. This is when I eat. This is when I go to the gym. This is when I go to sleep.

    I even plan in my personal life. A phone call goes out to my mom at 5 p.m., my best friend at 6 p.m., dinner with friends at 7 p.m., favorite show at 8 p.m.

  • Some things you just can’t plan

    I’ve always been a planner. I have a precise schedule in my head, a physical copy in a spiral-bound book and several alarms set in my phone. I guess you could call it a control problem, but I would call it preparedness.

    I plan down to the minute of my day.

    This is when I have to be at work. This is when I eat. This is when I go to the gym. This is when I go to sleep.

    I even plan in my personal life. A phone call goes out to my mom at 5 p.m., my best friend at 6 p.m., dinner with friends at 7 p.m., favorite show at 8 p.m.

  • A time to preach, a time to fight
  • Chloroform, please

    By Ginger Lumpkin

    Two hundred years ago, in December of 1816, Indiana was admitted to the Union. Because the state is celebrating its bicentennial year, I have been doing some research for a presentation on the changing roles of women over the last two centuries.   

  • Do you fear the future

    One of the deepest valleys we are called to walk through is the feeling that something is wrong and there is nothing we can do about it. After a long struggle many people come to feel that life is controlled by nothing but fate.  

  • Solo, not alone

    By Mark Hoard

     Some random thoughts this month on what the world holds for those with nothing holding them back.

  • Letter to the Editor - June 30, 2016

     Declare independence from meat

    Whatever happened to the good old days when our worst worries on the Fourth of July were traffic jams and wayward fireworks?

  • Learn to move on

    We have all been injured emotionally at one time or another, in one way of another – hurt by family, friends, business colleagues, news media, politicians or whatever – and the bitter urge to strike back becomes our first reaction.