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  • As part of a public education campaign to explain the city’s $40 million wastewater utility upgrade and expansion project, we held the last of four neighborhood information meetings earlier this week.
  • The tax code comprises of 74,608 unreadable and too often undecipherable legalistic pages, or over 100,000 words.
  • On Sept. 18, the Tippecanoe Valley School Board is slated to choose a name for its high school football field. This has become a heated topic in the district, one which I feel a need to weigh in on as both a graduate of the school system (I was a freshman in 1975 when the consolidated high school opened), and as a pastor in one of its local churches. In writing, I know full well that many will scoff at what I have to say, but none the less I am compelled.
  • As I’ve traveled across Indiana these past weeks, many of you have asked me about the federal health care debate. You want to know how legislation may affect us, especially those who rely on Medicaid, our HIP 2.0 program or the federal insurance exchange. You’ve asked about the potential gaps that could be created by reduced federal funding.
  • Health insurance has been a hot topic lately, and not just in the managed care sector. The landscape of how we operate and provide care has changed dramatically over the past few years in Indiana, and it’s going in the right direction.
  • Sift through your family photo albums from the last 20, 30, 40, even 50 years and chances are pretty good you’ll come across a picture of someone in your family enjoying a sunny day at Waubee Lake Park in Milford.
  • In the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, Congress authorized the use of military force against the entities that carried out the plan. In the decade and a half since, both the threats our country faces and the conflicts we are engaged in have evolved in ways we never envisioned 15 years ago.
  • Since we have recently passed the halfway point of the legislative session, here are a few bills I would like everyone in the district to be aware of.
  • After eight years of our military's decline, it is a welcome change to have a commander-in-chief who is willing to fight for our men and women in uniform.
  • Mayor Joe Thallemer recaps his "State of the City" address.

Vietnam medevac Pilot part 1 of 2
Phil Marshall, a Huey medevac pilot during the Vietnam War, spoke at the Rotors Over Mentone event in Mentone, Indiana, on Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017, about his and others' experiences in the war. This is part 1 of 2 of his 50-minute presentation.

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