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Quinlan: Tired of being tired

Quinlan: Tired of being tired

I covered a Purdue Extension webinar about chronic tiredness. This one hit home. Lately I can’t get enough sleep.
Langreck: Color me happy

Langreck: Color me happy

It is no understatement to say that 2020 has been a difficult one for everyone, and most people are already looking toward 2021 in hopes of …
Quinlan: COVID-19 cases on the rise

Quinlan: COVID-19 cases on the rise

A wave of new coronavirus cases has hit Indiana. The number of people I know who have contracted it grows daily, making me worried for my gr…
Langreck: Filled with joy

Langreck: Filled with joy

The 93rd National FFA Convention is one that will definitely go down in the history books, not just because the large majority of it was don…
Quinlan: A somber harvest

Quinlan: A somber harvest

Harvest is normally a time of celebration. A happy, busy time for farm families. For the Armstrong family, this year’s harvest feels burdene…
Quinlan: The town that built me

Quinlan: The town that built me

Where did you grow up? For me, it was a small town. It used to be on the outskirts of Indianapolis, but the city slowly ate it up.
Langreck: The golden rule

Langreck: The golden rule

Besides the golden rule of treating others as you want to be treated, I have one rule that I stick to all the time, which is to not discuss …