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You probably have noticed we don’t start soliciting nominations for our annual 20 Under 40 awards until summer, but that doesn’t mean good candidates don’t come to our attention on a regular basis throughout the year. What is surprising is the super-achievers who maintain a low profile: Peop…
IT'S NEVER TOO EARLY TO START PREPARING FOR JOBS OF THE FUTURE
If you are a regular reader of The Times you probably know about the challenge I was given four years ago by State Rep. Charlie Brown, D-Gary, and the One Region, One Vision initiative that resulted from that meeting.
The necessity and payoff of cooperation, persistence and hard work in Northwest Indiana has been nothing less than courageous this year. Though the rest of the state suffered mightily, pockets of our region fared slightly better.
Late paper again?
If you are a regular reader of The Times, you already know our editorial policy. This newspaper is very supportive of economic development and the two components that unite and ignite progress in local commerce -- education and good government.
I have always believed newspapers do not need to worry about readership as long as they have their credibility.
When a citizen of Northwest Indiana wants to make a point or offer a compliment, they often use the "letters to the editor" pages in The Times. But what happens when an employee of The Times wants to do the same? That's the question I posed to Executive Editor Bill Nangle.
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