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A hero heads home
Washington native Army Lt. Col. Don C. Faith Jr., for whom one of the new bridges on I-69 was named last fall, will be buried on Wednesday in Arlington National Cemetery.
On Thursday night, a young man from our community showed that when you do things the right way, good things happen. He showed us that you work harder than the next guy, it pays off, — and when you face challenges, you can either stop short and quit, or you can find a way to overcome them and succeed.
A time to remember, a time to reflect
It’s that time of year again.
Christmas and people on the other side of the economic table
My late father was a professional gambler.
Iowa isn’t the place to winnow candidates
The first real presidential showdown will be happening in fewer than three weeks when Iowa will hold its caucus.
The pig that popped my Christmas
My son has been asking for one thing this Christmas — a Pop the Pig game.
When it comes to taxes, Americans have a lot of disagreements.
Playing politics with an oil pipeline
When is a pipeline not a pipeline?
Report supports Murtha’s claims about Haditha
The final years of John Murtha’s life were stained by a controversy over comments he made concerning actions by U.S. Marines in late 2005 in Haditha, Iraq.
Pets and holidays are not always a good combination.
If you’re tempted to give a pet as a gift, my advice is:
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