To The Herald-Whig: A vibrant, growing economy depends on a healthy and safe transportation system. Nowhere is that more evident than in the Midwest, where access and connectivity for 60 million Americans is in critical need of renewal. Transportation lea
To The Herald-Whig: This story is strange, but so very true, you will wonder! As some of you know, my father, Russell Heindselman, passed away Aug. 8, 2016. After his passing, our youngest son moved the wine that Dad had started to his house to finish the
To The Herald-Whig: There are important duties that our Adams County Board could spend time managing. Creating an environment that is business-friendly to help recruit new employers is just one of the many important functions of our County Board. Recently
To The Herald-Whig: The Blessing Hospital and Illini Community Hospital employee teams celebrate National Hospital Week, May 13-19. If you asked the employees of either hospital, they would tell you the week is not about them. National Hospital Week celeb
The last two speakers of the Republican House, John Boehner and Paul Ryan, have resigned from their positions and from politics.
To The Herald-Whig: Since I'm getting to be quite an elderly person nowadays, I doubt that I fear death as much as I did when I was younger because at my advanced age, I know full well that sooner than later, I'll owe God a death. Nevertheless, sometimes
To The Herald-Whig: I read with great interest Myrna Daughtry's view on the closing of churches because of the shortage of priests. Her last paragraph was right on. "If the Catholic Church believes that church closures are the preferable option and contin