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Jennifer Wagner

Offenders get sobering advice

Last night, the Binford Elementary School auditorium was filled to capacity with drunken driving offenders who had been court-ordered to attend a panel discussion as part of their probation agreement.

Senate contenders continue the fight

Months of campaigning have all boiled down to this. Tomorrow, one of the three candidates for U.S. Senate will win the honor of representing Indiana in Washington, D.C., for the next six years. But today the race is still on.

Johnson giving Senate campaign 100% effort

David Johnson is playing the odds. Despite an almost overwhelming public perception that no one can defeat incumbent Sen. Richard Lugar (R-Ind.), Johnson, the Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, is standing resolutely on his platform for Congressional change.

'With liberty and constitutionality for all'

No government is good government -- at least, if you ask Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate Paul Hager. A lone wolf struggling to escape the partisan politics surrounding this year's election, Hager has focused his campaign on traditional Libertarian values.

Senate candidates emphasize importance of youth voter turnout

It seems the nation is abuzz with election zeal right now. But the politicians know better. They understand America is caught in a downward spiral of declining voter turnout. They know young voters are among the worst offenders when it comes to political nonchalance. And they're left with the question many pundits have recently considered: "How do we make them care?"

The anti-discrimination merit badge

Mike Craw joined the Cub Scouts at age 8. Over the next 10 years, he earned merit badges, adhered to Boy Scout traditions and eventually received the highly sought-after Eagle Scout award. Craw then spent four years in college working as an assistant Scoutmaster.

New partnership encourages growth

Technological development took center stage Thursday as three Indiana entities united to work toward a common future. The Indiana Technology Partnership, a statewide organization working to boost high-tech growth, and leaders from IU and Bloomington came together for a day-long conference about improving Indiana's technological culture.

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