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opinion Tim Swarens Indianapolis Star Published 11:00 p.m. UTC Aug 24, 2018 Indiana is enjoying a unique moment in its history. Everywhere you look it seems a Hoosier wields influence at the highest levels of politics, government, the law, the arts and business. To celebrate this moment when people from Indiana, whether born here or with deep ties to the state, are so often at center stage, I decided to take on the admittedly presumptuous task of listing our state's 25 most influential leaders. Notice I said influential and not most powerful. A governor or even the mayor of a major city has more raw power than a world-renowned artist, but influence stretches far beyond the halls of government. You'll also notice that the names of several icons — Lee Hamilton, David Letterman, Richard Lugar, John Mellencamp — are missing. I mean no disrespect and don't discount their world-shaping contributions over the years. But one … [Read more...] about Swarens: Meet the world’s 25 most influential Hoosiers
Steve DiMeglio USA TODAY Published 3:40 p.m. UTC Aug 22, 2018 PARAMUS, N.J. – Fifteen minutes before the ceremonial first pitch at the Brewers-Cubs tilt on Aug. 14 at Wrigley Field, Justin Thomas got the call. “You want to throw it?” “OK, I guess so,” Thomas replied to the Cubs’ official. While he didn’t get to warm up except for a few tosses, Thomas did get an earful from a bunch of Cubs telling him to throw from the rubber and no matter what, don’t throw it in the dirt. As the capacity crowd filled historic Wrigley, Thomas took the mound. It did not go well. “I threw it out of the state of Illinois,” Thomas said. Not quite, but it did sail over the catcher. Be kind. It was one of the few times Thomas didn’t rise to the occasion in the past 22 months. The pint-sized Thomas — he goes 5-10, 160 on his best day — has become a major force inside the ropes and a growing presence outside the ropes with … [Read more...] about Justin Thomas is living the dream, chasing a feat not even Tiger Woods has achieved
World International Affairs North Korea has warned U.S.-backed South Korea against depending on outside forces ahead of a historic third inter-Korean summit in one year set for next month. In an article published Monday, the official Korean Central News Agency lauded ongoing peace talks marked by the Panmunjom Declaration, signed by North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in during their first meeting in April. Additionally, the agency hailed a follow-up visit between the two men in May as further evidence that ending the neighbors' decades-long conflict was possible. The state-run outlet warned, however, that the dialogue's progress may be hampered if the two rivals looked to other countries for help. "It is the fixed stand of the DPRK [the Democratic People's Republic of Korea] that the Korean nation is fully responsible for the implementation of the Panmunjom Declaration under any circumstances," the agency wrote. "The improvement of … [Read more...] about North Korea Warns South Against Depending on ‘Outsiders’ Ahead of Meeting
OLMSTED FALLS, Ohio -- Smiles appear when entering a recently dedicated room at the Olmsted Community Center. It's just natural. Ken, Bailey and Julie Bihn stand next to the plaque and room dedicated to their daughter/sister, Dakota, who brought the community together to help raise funds to research a cure for Tay-Sachs.Joanne Berger DuMound/special to cleveland.com Dakota Bihn's smile brightened every room she entered while she was living in Olmsted Township and attending Olmsted Falls schools. Now, her memory brightens the "Dakota's Dance Studio" that was dedicated last week. Her parents, sister and grandparents attended the opening as Donna Winter, the center's executive director, introduced them to the dance studio that was named in Dakota's honor. "We are honored to have this studio in her name," said Julie Bihn, Dakota's mother. "This is just wonderful." The giant word "DREAM" is readily seen when entering the studio. It rings true to Dakota's story. This is one of … [Read more...] about Dakota’s dream lives on in the community: Olmsted Dates and Data