Less than two years after Democrats tried to tag the “war on women” label on Indiana Republicans — with some success — delegates at the GOP convention in Fort Wayne nominated the first all-female ticket in state history.
INDIANAPOLIS | A self-proclaimed "numbers guy," Democrat Mike Claytor kicked off his campaign for state auditor Thursday by vowing to protect Hoosiers from the bad math of Indiana Republicans.
Is anyone else out there more drawn to the receiver or back who does something momentous on the gridiron and doesn't spike the football?
The Indiana General Assembly appears to be planning to take another look at the structure of county government this summer. It's a good idea.
VALPARAISO | The Porter County Council has a new president and vice president, after members voted 4-3 on Monday to oust their current leaders and elect new officers.
Lake County Auditor Peggy Holinga Katona, right, is joined by her mother, Irene Holinga. In 1978, Holinga became the first woman to be elected to countywide office in Lake County, when Holinga was the county treasurer.
VALPARAISO | After losing his bid for re-election as county auditor a year earlier, Jim Kopp was hired last year as a contractor in the office and was paid more than he was earning as an elected official.
State Auditor Tim Berry alluded to the skeletons in Lake County's closet Tuesday when he visited The Times to brief the editorial board on the Indiana Transparency Portal at www.in.gov/itp.
Samuel Orlich Sr., a former Lake County auditor and recorder, died Friday.
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