Don Miller has seen increased use (and misuse) in city parks.
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The pipelines running below Lake Michigan's surface.
The draw of Lake Michigan can be deadly.
The capital, most Indiana citizens thought, would be in the southeastern part of the new state; but Governor Jennings had a different plan…
When we were little we’d go to the beach and dig in the sand until we hit water. Even though we knew from the start what would happen — we’d hit water, and soon — this was always a little bit of a surprise, a very minor miracle.
With its recent quiet and unilateral decision to build a rock ramp dam across the White River in 2021, Citizens Energy Group, which now runs the Indianapolis water system, may have opened up a battle royale over the future of the river.
What space should poetry occupy in publications, and in public discourse? Dan Grossman raises that question and offers up a poem of his own, based on his experiences at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
With news that Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore has become America’s 61st national park, Dan recalls the summer his much-younger self spent at the Dunes as an assistant park ranger.
The White River Alliance offers programs this fall that help individual citizens and groups help keep Central Indiana storm drains and waterways free of autumn debris.
US Steel’s Consent Decree doesn’t go far enough