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If you’ve lost or expect to lose your health insurance, you may be eligible to apply for health insurance through a Special Enrollment Period, and depending on your income, you may qualify for a subsidy to reduce the cost of your health insurance premium.

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The COVID-19 outbreak and the demands it has placed on health resources across the state highlight the need for more spending on public health, Gov. Eric Holcomb said Wednesday in his daily virtual press conference.

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Dr. Kristina Box, commissioner of the Indiana Department of Health, provides the daily update on the spread of COVID-19 on Monday. Photo by Janet Williams, TheStatehouseFile

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I snuck out under cover of broad daylight this morning to take my car to the shop.  The part they ordered for me actually came in over two weeks ago.  But the day it arrived, the governor of Indiana issued a 2-week stay at home order

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Gov. Eric Holcomb and other state leaders gathered Monday to update the public on the growing COVID-19 pandemic, which has now sickened 4,944 and killed 139 across the state as it approaches an expected peak in the outbreak. 

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The big question is: What will we learn from this world-wide catastrophe? Can we use these days of enforced idleness as a foundation for improving our lives, not just returning to what was, but developing what should be?

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Jason Bambery and I go way back. Fact: I may or may not have bought drug paraphernalia from Jason back in the day. Fact: His band, Hypnotic Velvet Propellers rank up there in my top local bands ever.

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All classrooms in Indiana will remain closed through the end of the academic year, State Superintendent Jennifer McCormick announced Thursday, as the state scrambles to respond to the coronavirus pandemic.

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For over a year I’ve been entertained by a red squirrel of indeterminate gender as (he? she? they?) has determinedly taken over our deck.  

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In these strange days, where death is lurking right outside our doorstep, and an entire nation is keeping each other at a 6-foot distance, we are learning things about the apocalypse that we’d never have thought about a mere month ago. Yet, here we are hoarding toilet paper and Clorox wipes like they are diamonds and gold.

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State health officials said Friday that coronavirus cases in Indiana probably won’t peak until mid-to-late April as they noted the daily tally of the disease—nearly 1,000 cases statewide and 17 deaths. 

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Yesterday I painted a wall in our house.  Dark blue.  We had almost a gallon of this color, left over from the last time we painted six years ago.

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