Indiana’s historic year reason to be grateful In America’s first Thanksgiving Proclamation in 1789, George Washington expressed thanks for “the peaceable and rational manner” in which our Constitution had been established just two years earlier, leading to the “great degree of tranquility, union and plenty we have since enjoyed.” That year the Bill
Indiana's environment is cleaner than it's been in our lifetimes. But such substantial progress here and in other parts of the country is not enough for the Environmental Protection Agency.
It didn't take them long to figure out a way to get around our “no” vote on the referendum, did it? They are going to appoint a committee, just like Gov. Mike Pence did because he didn't like that the people voted in Glenda Ritz.

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  • Outdoor seating would benefit art museum
    Fort Wayne has a wonderful art museum. We are truly lucky that the building plan is a good one and that the exhibits range from a variety of local, national and global sources.
  • Sustained push needed to enact term limits
    It is good to hear that there are other people interested in term limits for all our elected officials (See John W. Watson letter on Nov. 16).
  • Let's maintain progress in reducing smoking
    The American Cancer Society's Great American Smokeout on Nov.20 was about helping people addicted to tobacco make a plan to quit.
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