You may find this hard to believe but today marks seven years since coming to Indianapolis to do radio at WXNT-AM. And although my tenure there fell just a couple weeks short of meeting that date, I think it’s only fitting my next great adventure begin on the same day as my first official broadcast.
I’ve created a new blog, Indy Politics. It’s primary focus is on Indianapolis-area politics, with some added perspectives from the doughnut counties. Indy Politics is not replacing Indiana Barrister by any stretch. If anything, it’s a supplement. Indy Politics will have several stories featured daily, whereas Indiana Barrister is more of a one topic per day blog. Hopefully it will be more like “Fraiser” was to “Cheers” rather than “Enos” was to “Dukes of Hazzard”.
Indy Politics will not only feature primarily political news, but also include audio from news makers, a calender of political events, and that cheat sheet that so many of you loved to read. Hey, the gossip has got to go someplace, right?
Today’s edition features the following stories:
- Some history on the upcoming Lincoln Plowman trial.
- State Rep. Ed DeLaney’s desire to raise the caps on damages for State Fair victims.
- Rupert’s Possible Run for Governor (Audio Included).
- A Battle brewing in Noblesville Schools between the teachers union and administration.
- Perspectives from Johnson, Hendricks and Hancock Counties.
Check it out and let me know what you think. You can also reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for reading Indiana Barrister and wish me luck.