Category: Views

Letter: “Be a voice for Hoosier decency”

Editor, In your last column, you described yourselves as “conservatives, but not Republicans.” May I interpret conservative values to include upholding democratic traditions, treating one another with civility and promoting common decency? If so,...

Letter: Society needs arts, humanities

Editor, I trust we all agree that the arts and humanities presented nobly at America’s museums make the world a better place to live and learn. Museums play a critical role in helping us...

Opinion: Dance is way out of line

Commentary by Dick Wolfsie “Seriously,” I responded to Mary Ellen, “in the middle of the afternoon? At our age? You must be kidding.” “Why not? If we wait ’til evening, you’ll just fall asleep....

Amna Tokmo

Acceptance and respect starts at home

By Amna Tokmo According to 2015 data from the U.S. Census Bureau, approximately 9 percent of the population of Fishers consists of foreign-born persons. More than 9.4 percent of the population in Fishers speaks...

To readers: Door is open

There has been a lot of slap-back in recent days regarding this column and the one penned weekly by associate editor Terry Anker. Speaking only for this column, we write in this little corner...

Opinion: Food for thought

Commentary by Terry Anker Food – we eat it every day and yet most of us know precious little about it. In my younger years, we grew and maintained a garden. Actually, it was...

Opinion: Spreading the word on condiments

Commentary by Dick Wolfsie Condiments are a male thing. You never hear a man say to his wife, “Golly, with all that ketchup on your burger, sweetheart, you can’t possibly appreciate the fine texture...