Editor’s note: In today’s issue you will find a photo of this week’s gas prices. In Shelbyville, we leveled in most places at around $4.15 per gallon. With this increase, how will …
Editor’s note: In today’s issue you will find a photo of this week’s gas prices. In Shelbyville, we leveled in most places at around $4.15 per gallon. With this increase, how will our Nation be affected in the way of food prices, yet again? Priced bread and milk, lately?
War wages on within the world. Must we all suffer in the process?
What’s with this shortage of baby formula, we’re hearing about? I’ve seen a lot of old recipes floating around on how to make the formula. This is really scary, but how dependent have we become on retail for our needs? Will this have to change? That’s literally food-for-thought.
As well, we see a story today about how a meat-processing plant, one division located right here in Shelbyville, was called out by a House subcommittee in a report about the Coronavirus. How far can we push our workers during a pandemic? The AP special story weighs in on the subject.
See a guest column today from Dave Sliger--a local historian who discusses the politics surrounding the recent “leak” within the newest Roe vs. Wade case. Repeating past historical mistakes? Dave explains his take.
Fact or fiction? You decide within what you read about your Nation, today.
Bedford County: still thriving
Though our nation is still in quite the turmoil, we carry on our lives in Bedford County on a more positive note. That’s what we do, with faith.
Be sure to check out all the smiling faces in our 2022Graduation tab today. We thank everyone who made this section possible. Our Life and Leisure section today features a lot of beauty. We also have top sports coverage in today’s issue.
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