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Column: Doing good – one home at a time

Commentary by Cindy Benedict   I want to be like Lamar Ziegler. This powerhouse of energy is the linchpin in helping those in need with vital home repairs in at least ten communities here...

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Opinion: Status cities

We humans care about status. A lot. Archeologist excavating ancient Sumerian (centuries before Christ) communities, discovered necklaces of sea shells harvested hundreds of miles from the graves. It points to the likelihood that commerce...

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Column: Navigating ‘none’

Question: “On a recent TV show, one of the characters said, ‘We’re in danger. We’re not safe. None of us are.’ My schooling tells me this is so wrong. It should be, ‘We’re not...

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Opinion: Hey batter batter and all that

My kid is playing softball – I was going to call it organized softball, but having seen her team in action, “organized” is not a word that springs to mind – and it is...

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Opinion: Mother’s Day has passed

Fellow moms of this planet, our day has come and gone. We must wait a whole ‘nother year to feel loved and appreciated, to receive ceramic pencil holders and pasta necklaces and to earn...

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Opinion: As we were just saying …

Well, there you are, Mr. Candidate! No sooner do we accuse Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) of losing his bluster (Current, May 12) than does he release this gem about President Barack Obama (D-White House)...

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Obituary: Phillip M. Harrold

Phillip M. Harrold, 65, Noblesville, beloved husband, father, grandfather and principal, died May 8 at Community Hospital North in Indianapolis. He was born June 25, 1949 to William and Joy (Goble) Harrold in Henry...