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Vevay, Indiana
Tuesday, September 27, 2022

To the Point for 3/23/05

ONE MAN’S TRASH.... This Saturday is the annual “Communitywide Yard Sales” in Switzerland County, and even if you’re not exactly a yard sale shopper, it makes for a good day to just wander around town.

To the Point for 6/16/05

MOLLY DATILLO TURNED 24 this week. Normally the news of a 24-year old’s birthday isn’t news, but since Molly has been missing for several months now, I can’t help but think about her this week.

To the Point for 6/9/2005

THE ANNUAL “RELAY FOR LIFE” event is just over a week away, and again this year there appears to be an air of apathy over the event.

To the Point for 6/2/2005

OVER THE YEARS many people have commented at different times about this column. The subjects have varied, moving from world events to local situations, and as the reader you have been generous with your praise and honest with your criticism.

To the Point for 5/26/2005

IT’S AN INTERESTING DILEMMA. By the time this column is read this week, Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels will have made a decision that will affect many people across the state — and through generations to come.

To the Point for 5/19/05

LOOKING FOR SOMETHING to do this weekend? For a community where many uninformed people clamor that there is nothing to do here, a person doesn’t need to look any further than this Saturday to see that Switzerland County is a pretty busy place.

To the Point for 5/12/05

IT WAS TRULY AN HONOR to speak with veterans of the Vietnam War in last week’s issue of the Vevay Newspapers. It was the 30th anniversary of the end of the war, and the three men that I interviewed all brought unique and interesting perspectives to their view of the war.

‘To the Point’ for 5/5/05

THE STATE’S NEW BUDGET hasn’t been kind to school corporations, and in particular small, rural corporations such as Switzerland County will be impacted negatively by reductions.

To the Point for 4/28/05

TOMORROW (FRIDAY) IS a holiday around the country. Although its not one that allows us to get a day off of work or children to get a day out of school; it is a day that is important to both our past and our future.

To the Point for 4/21/05

WE COME HERE TO REMEMBER THOSE WHO WERE KILLED, THOSE WHO SURVIVED AND THOSE CHANGED FOREVER. MAY ALL WHO LEAVE HERE KNOW THE IMPACT OF VIOLENCE. MAY THIS MEMORIAL OFFER COMFORT, STRENGTH, PEACE, HOPE AND SERENITY.

Near where these words are written on a stone tablet in the middle of a memorial park in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma stand 168 chairs.