Nov 27, 2021
On his retirement in 2016, Jim Shella was Indiana's longest serving television reporter. Since then, he has been contributing to an oral history of The Indiana General Assembly, the Indianapolis government channel, a series of non partisan "town halls," and various blogs such as a monthly for The Indianapolis...
Nov 15, 2021
Clark Kahlo comments on the tension between development and protecting sensitive lands, especially along White River, in Indianapolis.
Nov 11, 2021
With an extensive background in volunteer work, chamber of commerce management, and graduate-level studies, Wendy Mis was elected Clerk-Treasurer of Munster, taking office in January.
The situation of this attractive small town is discussed, especially the prospects for a new rail connection to Chicago, and meaningful...
Nov 3, 2021
Annette Johnson is the (relatively) new township trustee with a broad view of her task which includes not only poor relief but fire and emergency services, promotion of businesses and schools in the area, expanding public transportation, and even viewing her area as a tourist destination.
Oct 30, 2021
Although Line Worker Chris Anderson has a regular line job in Indiana, he also goes from state to state, pole to pole, working to recover massive systems after catastrophic events.