Can Connor Cover? What I'm Thankful For This Year

First of all, I’d like to wish a happy and healthy Thanksgiving to each and every one of you, and I’d like to thank all who read this for taking the time out of their holiday to read my rambles and rants. It means so much, truly.

The Penalty Box: Resilience Is Vital In Sports, Life

One of the things I have tried to do in this space each week is to connect sports and everyday life.

Chip Shots: Lady Tiger Fans, Be Of Good Cheer

I hope Warsaw Lady Tiger basketball fans are not disappointed in the 1-2 start as the team travels to the Region today to play two games in the Duneland-Northern Lakes shootout. Those opponents are tough even during seasons when Crown Point (4-1) and Merrillville (2-0) aren’t among the top-ranked teams …

Can Connor Cover? Heading Back Home For Football With Friends

By the end of this season, I worry my readers might think I’m bipolar.

The Penalty Box: Rules Are Rules, And Some Are Bad

I want to talk about rules.

Chip Shots: A Veteran’s Tale: Not Dumbing It Down

Thanks to each veteran for your service, and my thoughts go to each family whose veterans never returned home from duty in battle as well.

Can Connor Cover? A Look Behind The Scenes (And The Sadness)

I’ll be honest with you here, there is nothing that I want to do less on this Monday morning than to write the introduction for this week’s column.

The Penalty Box: The Edge Of Knight

Robert Montgomery Knight passed away last Wednesday at the age of 83.

The Market At KEDCO Studio Offers More Opportunities To Shop Small

Last spring, the Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation (KEDCO) relocated its offices in downtown Warsaw to the former Giverny Fitness Studio at 207 S. Buffalo St.

Innovative Global Companies Are Seeking Out The Orthopedic Industry Here

Yesterday, the “Orthopedic Capital of the World” honored its newest member into the Warsaw community.

Can Connor Cover? Big Games Are For The Fans, Too

There is nothing in sports, and seldom in life, that gets me as fired up as a big game.

Chip Shots: It’s Not Really Saturday

I prepared a feature on Tiger football alum and current Indiana Wesleyan University right tackle Isaiah Courtois, and realized I noted he was getting ready for “today’s” game versus the University St. Francis.

Save The Tree

Editor, Times-Union: You know I love the flap over a 275-year-old Sycamore tree. Leave it alone!

Save The Sycamore

Editor, Times-Union: This is regarding your front page on Oct. 21.


Editor, Times-Union: Generalizations are always dangerous but usually contain elements of truth. Such is that applied to our public school systems with respect to deteriorating reading/math/English scores.