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Quinlan: It's farmers market season

Quinlan: It's farmers market season

Summer is here, and farmers markets are filling up with some of my favorites — watermelon, sweet corn and peaches. Just thinking about it ha…
Langreck: Two peas in a pod

Langreck: Two peas in a pod

Growing up in the country, I have learned many valuable life lessons, ranging from how to care for livestock to the importance of weeding a …
Langreck: Indiana FFA forges ahead

Langreck: Indiana FFA forges ahead

Since I was old enough to attend my first Indiana FFA State Convention the summer after my freshman year of high school, I haven’t missed at…
Quinlan: Dear dad

Quinlan: Dear dad

I need more than one day a year to celebrate you and what you mean to me.Watching you become a grand…
Langreck: Getting back on track

Langreck: Getting back on track

The last few months have been an adjustment period as strict restrictions and regulations were put in place throughout Indiana and the count…
Quinlan: We need to talk

Quinlan: We need to talk

The murder of George Floyd. It’s a nightmare that keeps playing over and over again in our minds as a society. And it should. He can’t be fo…
Langreck: Peace and justice

Langreck: Peace and justice

To say 2020 has not turned out like anyone expected would be a huge understatement and not reflective of what has happened so far this year …
Langreck: The fair must go on

Langreck: The fair must go on

As the halfway mark for this year begins to approach, I believe it is safe to say that 2020, so far, has not unfolded in the way anyone woul…