Indiana Republicans are once again involving themselves with social issues that invade our privacy. Big government at work! Republicans not only want to decide our right-to-life issues, but now they want to decide who should and should not marry.
It is regrettable that the Indiana state budget, with its cap on property taxes, has negated the importance of education by making school corporations cut and squeeze the last penny until they must ask us to vote on a referendum.
Outdoor burning continues to persist in many areas of Elkhart County, compromising the community’s health, safety, aesthetics and happiness.
If INDOT has so much money, maybe it should repair some of the roads we already have. Is that too much ask?
Simply put, if we don’t pass the referendum on May 6, starting this fall many additional teachers will be laid off and many more important programs will be stopped, damaging both the quality and types of education available for the kids who attend Concord.
We need to pass the May 6 referenda to maintain current resources to keep preparing future students as well as I was prepared.
t is important that we as citizens of our community support the school referendum on May 6.
Is it any wonder that this nation is in such a financial quagmire when we spend 38 percent more money for Pentagon purposes than we spend on diplomacy intended to reduce the threat of warfare and its related expenses?
I've heard of paying it forward, but I didn't believe it really happened to me! I hope I can make a difference to someone, sometime.
I hope you too have a grandma, and that she wears an apron of love.
Students (males) are allowed to wear cotton-thin underwear and pull their jeans down completely below their buttocks, showing their cheeks with the underwear riding up their crack. If there is a dress code, I certainly don't agree with it.
Elkhart County voting centers make it easy to vote early in the primary election.