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Today's Opinions

  • EDITORIAL: All parties should take part in presidential debates

    There are a lot of stories coming out from the presidential debates between incumbent President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney.

  • LETTER: Send a message to state Supreme Court

    Two Indiana Supreme Court justices and four Court of Appeals judges are up for retention on Election Day in November. Voters will decide “yes” or “no” on whether to retain each justice or judge. Justices are elected to a term that could potentially last for 10 years. Once the justice is elected it is virtually impossible to remove them.

  • LETTER: Tell City leaders doing fine beautification job

    I want to take this time to let the city leaders of Tell City know what a fine job they are doing to beautify the Fennhaven community.

    I was one of the first people to build a home in Fennhaven back in 1954 when Mr. Roy Fenn was selling lots and trying to create a subdivision overlooking the Ohio River.

    After my first wife died, I eventually remarried and moved to a different area, but I would always take drives back to Fennhaven to see how things were progressing.

  • LETTER: Cannelton’s anniversary parade a success

    We would like to thank everyone who participated and came to see our 175th celebration parade Oct. 7. The following are the winners of the parade contest.

    Community division – first place, Margaret and Larry Schank and Patty Seibert in the Sisters of the Swish 1962 remake; second place, Cannelton Elementary School children float; third place, Girl Scout troop float.

  • COLUMN: When good men do nothing

    By JIM ADKINS
    Guest Columnist

    “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” (Edmund Burke)

    Much of what is wrong with our nation today can be explained by Edmund Burke’s observation. There are many good men (and women) in America but are they willing to stand up and fight for their beliefs? Sadly, too often, the answer is no.

  • COLUMN: Congress cedes power

    By LEE HAMILTON
    Center for Congress

    There is a widespread sense, both in Washington and around the country, that Congress has just ended one of the most listless and unproductive sessions in memory. When its members bolted town to go home and campaign, they left a long list of big issues unaddressed, including immigration reform, “the fiscal cliff,” climate change, entitlement reform and cyber-security.

  • EDITORIAL: Holiday World’s staying open longer will help area’s economy

    If something helps our area’s economy even a little, as well as providing additional opportunities for family entertainment close to home, that is worth celebrating. So we salute Holiday World for adding two additional weekends to its schedule this year with its Happy Halloween weekends.

    The park was previously open the first two weekends of October but converted all four October weekends this year to Halloween-themed activities, including offering hay rides, face painting, glitter tattoos and trick or treating.

  • It’s autumn in Perry County – keep your camera close

    RITA BECKER