The Penalty Box: IHSAA Can’t Cave On Transfers

I realize that the IHSAA has a lot going on right now. Tennis and track and field sectionals are this week, baseball and softball start their postseasons next week, golf is coming after Memorial Day.

Chip Shots: Hats Off Works Best For Me

My only interest in The Kentucky Derby (took place last Saturday) is to see some shots in the audience to see how many people have wealth but lack good taste. As departed comedian Joan Rivers once said, “Every woman needs a gay friend… to tell her no!”

Sandwich Generation: Caring For A Parent And A Child

One in eight Americans, 40 to 60 years old is caring for a parent while raising a child, according to the Pew Research Center.

The Penalty Box: Learning Something New Is Hard

When we experience something we aren’t familiar with, we have two options in what we do with it.

The Penalty Box: The Draft Is About Hoping

The NFL Draft has become a spectacle unlike any other non-game-related event in the world.

Chip Shots: Diamond Days

Recently, at a softball game, I noticed just about every athlete has her own bat worth at least 300 dollars and I did math in public to figure out how much that would be between the teams’ tow dugouts.

The Penalty Box: Fixing Things Takes Courage

About this time each year, I start contemplating what subjects I am going to cover with my summer articles.

The Bucket Approach Can Help You Construct Your Retirement Portfolio

The bucket approach is an asset allocation strategy that divides your retirement resources into three pools, or buckets, based on when you will access the money.

Ken Locke Said He Was Awestruck By The April 8 Eclipse

Awestruck. It’s the only word I can come up with to explain my response to the total solar eclipse on April 8.

The Penalty Box: OJ Dying Doesn’t Solve Anything

OJ Simpson died last week.

Chip Shots: Psyching Myself Up In Mid-Column

“Writers have a rare power not given to anyone else: we can bore people long after we’re dead.” – Sinclair Lewis

The Everyday Millionaire May Look Much Different Than You’d Think

We are often asked, “How do I become a millionaire?” The answer is, “By living simply.”

‘Purpose’ Is A Key Ingredient For Attracting And Retaining Talent

Talent attraction continues to be a competitive arena. And the most sought-after communities seem to share a common trait - they’re deliberate with efforts to attract and retain a highly skilled workforce. Rightfully so.

Lutheran Kosciusko Hospital: Vital To Kosciusko County

The Lutheran Health Network team played a vital role in 2023 helping community members with their healthcare needs during more than 1.1 million patient encounters. Lutheran Kosciusko Hospital (LKH) provided 314,600 of those patient encounters.