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Does anyone in local government care -- really care -- about ethics? That’s a fair question, and the answer might surprise you. I am pleased to report more than 2,500 people are involved in promoting ethics in local government right here in Northwest Indiana.
The Shared Ethics Advisory Commission includes, President Cal Bellamy, seated left, and the Rev. Jamie Ward, newly-appointed representative of the City of Hobart, standing from left, Sandra Sidock (Dyer), Richard Maroc (Munster), Robert Volkmann (Schererville), Patricia Earnest (Crown Point)…
"Why do we need buses? Everyone has a car."
From Detroit comes previously unimaginable news -- GM and Chrysler in bankruptcy and their Indiana-based plants and suppliers in a layoff or shut down mode. From California, we hear of a state in virtual gridlock, facing drastic cuts in public services.
When I was growing up in the post-World War II era, it seemed like everyone in my neighborhood, at my school, and indeed the whole country had a strong "can do" attitude. Polio was cured, the domestic audio companies dominated the world, the interstate highway system was announced and constr…
Attention, parents and grandparents: How much would it be worth to you to keep your children and grandchildren close to home after they graduate from school?
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