I think an Indianola basketball fan has my coat and I have his. We switched. My coat is hooded and all black. Your coat has some green color. The switch happened in Norwalk at the Friday, December 6th game. Please call me at(563) 543-0009. These things happen.
In terms of the current political climate, I believe we are experiencing a time when passions are running ahead of reason. However, we must remember that our electorate is fairly savvy and, while there is sometimes a lag, it usually catches up with reason in the long run.
Budget Prioritization – Please remember that the budget prioritization survey is due by Monday, Dec. 9. As you are aware, the survey consists of several items that are up for consideration as part of the budget process. These items are the result of work performed in connection with the stra…
Students disrupting classes has become a huge problem around the state. Teachers and administrators are reluctant to discipline disruptive students for fear of being criticized or even sued. It makes no sense for taxpayers to pay for classes where students are prevented from learning because…
When we climbed in the car for our annual Thanksgiving trek to Arkansas, I had a mission in mind. Testing some of Mike May’s “straw dogs” on podcasts from his recent column.
As you know, the United States, Mexico and Canada have renegotiated the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The new agreement is called the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement or USMCA. It was signed by the three countries Sept. 30, 2018. It has been ratified by Mexico. The United…
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
I have been very surprised by the number of voters in my circle of friends and acquaintances who have the mistaken idea that the proposed “Courthouse” on the square will once again provide the services that the previous one did for the past 80 years...collect taxes, register and license vehi…
At the Candidate Forum for Indianola City Council, there was a question about whether there were any conflicts of interest by any of the candidates. Candidate Heather Hulen said she would recuse herself from any vote dealing with the YMCA, where she is the Executive Manager.
Iowans are bearing the brunt of inaction from Washington. Special interests are pouring money into our politics to halt progress even before it begins – we can feel it on our farms, on main streets, and by the lessening healthcare options in our communities.
President Trump is correct about the divisive character of the impeachment inquiry into his July 25th dialogue with his Ukrainian counterpart.
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