In shutting down the total quality management program last week, the Porter County Council put the county back in the Dark Ages.
Portage Clerk-Treasurer Chris Stidham has begun what other municipal clerks should be doing — putting city records from the past four years online so they're more accessible to the public.
While political storms swirl in Lake and Porter counties, some government officials are doing good work in the trenches. They deserve recognition for their efforts.
In today's world, we rightfully expect information to be at our fingertips. Whether it is the latest sports scores or checking our children's test results, technology has created the expectation of accessibility and transparency.
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.
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