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The capital, most Indiana citizens thought, would be in the southeastern part of the new state; but Governor Jennings had a different plan…

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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. 

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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. 

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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. 

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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.