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Today's Opinions

  • Flushing out the pipes

    If you drove through downtown Lebanon earlier this week, you probably noticed city crews digging up part of the street at the intersection of Main Street and S. Spalding Avenue.
    Whatever temporary inconvenience that may cause, know that their efforts will probably go a long way toward reducing the risk of the kind of flooding downtown experienced three times last year.
    By clearing out a blockage where a portion of the storm sewer collapsed, water should be able to flow more freely.

  • Flushing out the pipes

    If you drove through downtown Lebanon earlier this week, you probably noticed city crews digging up part of the street at the intersection of Main Street and S. Spalding Avenue.
    Whatever temporary inconvenience that may cause, know that their efforts will probably go a long way toward reducing the risk of the kind of flooding downtown experienced three times last year.
    By clearing out a blockage where a portion of the storm sewer collapsed, water should be able to flow more freely.

  • Saying farewell to Lebanon

    By Matt Overing

    I remember my parents would always remind me to thank the parents of my friends that let me come over and hang out.
    I remember thinking it was stupid, because I was going to hang out with my friends, not with their parents.
    When I moved into my own apartment, I realized why you say thanks when you visit another home. It’s courteous to the owner. I learned to appreciate friends that would come over and say thanks.

  • Saying farewell to Lebanon

    By Matt Overing

    I remember my parents would always remind me to thank the parents of my friends that let me come over and hang out.
    I remember thinking it was stupid, because I was going to hang out with my friends, not with their parents.
    When I moved into my own apartment, I realized why you say thanks when you visit another home. It’s courteous to the owner. I learned to appreciate friends that would come over and say thanks.

  • Many events in the works at the library

    Cinema at the Square is Friday, Aug. 1. This family movie event will celebrate the end of summer reading and kickoff going back to school. All ages are welcome to attend this movie on the lawn at Centre Square.
    The doors will open at 7 p.m. with activities and games planned before
    The movie starts at dusk. Participants can bring their chairs, blankets and snacks, or they can purchase concessions like popcorn and snow cones from the Marion County Public Library Friends of The Library. Proceeds will support future library events.

  • Many events in the works at the library

    Cinema at the Square is Friday, Aug. 1. This family movie event will celebrate the end of summer reading and kickoff going back to school. All ages are welcome to attend this movie on the lawn at Centre Square.
    The doors will open at 7 p.m. with activities and games planned before
    The movie starts at dusk. Participants can bring their chairs, blankets and snacks, or they can purchase concessions like popcorn and snow cones from the Marion County Public Library Friends of The Library. Proceeds will support future library events.

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