Paul Neidig Stands Firm on High School Transfer Policy

Paul Neidig Stands Firm on High School Transfer Policy

HENDERSON, Ky. — On Monday, Paul Neidig, the Commissioner of the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA), shared his thoughts about the high school transfer portal on social media. “Athletics must stay education-based at the high school level,” Neidig said. “Student-athletes should never switch high schools just for sports reasons. That is why the IHSAA, … Read more

Repeat Offender Caught with Methamphetamine in Columbus, Indiana

Repeat Offender Caught with Methamphetamine in Columbus, Indiana

A man from Columbus, Indiana, was arrested earlier this month after police found about 19 grams of methamphetamine during a traffic stop. According to the Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Office, the man, 48-year-old Marlon Cowan Jr., was arrested for possessing methamphetamine, which is a serious crime, and also for having drug paraphernalia, which he had been … Read more

Obama’s Silent Influence? Biden Campaign Faces Internal Strain

Obama's Silent Influence? Biden Campaign Faces Internal Strain

Biden’s staff believes that Barack Obama is playing a key role in creating more challenges for the president’s reelection campaign. Even though Biden and Obama appear close in public, there have been signs of tension between them. MSNBC host Joe Scarborough mentioned that Biden’s frustration started even before his presidency. “Joe Biden is very upset … Read more