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The Republican supermajority in the Indiana General Assembly is currently attempting to prioritize private education benefiting fewer than 10 percent of students, while underfunding its constitutional duty of providing a system of common school open and available to all. It is public schools… Read more

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Tax season is officially here, and that means scammers are on the loose. Every year, con artists take advantage of tax filers by stealing social security numbers, filing phony tax returns and stealing refunds. Read more

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A common belief I hear repeated often is that too many young people go to college, and that more should go into the trades where they can avoid the wasteful debt of college and still earn a good living. The problem with this argument is that the few parts that are true are largely benign, an… Read more

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A common belief I hear repeated often is that too many young people go to college, and that more should go into the trades where they can avoid the wasteful debt of college and still earn a good living. The problem with this argument is that the few parts that are true are largely benign, an… Read more

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On Christmas Eve 1822, Santa Claus was born. Yet in various parts of the world, a man known as Father Christmas, Saint Nicholas, Kris Kringle, Abbot of Unreason, Julenissen and many other names had been associated with the Yule season since the fourth century. Read more

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As consumers continue to check items off their shopping lists, BBB encourages them to keep small businesses in mind as the place to shop. COVID-19 has had the largest impact on small, local businesses, so this holiday season is the perfect time to show your support. Read more