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Opinion: Could Clinton lose in Cali?

With the Democratic Party seemingly headed for the kind of upheaval the Republican Party finds itself in these days, we find it strange that Dem frontrunner Hillary Rodham Clinton (N.Y.) has refused to debate...

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Opinion: Virtues and vices

We don’t talk much about virtues these days. And, the concept of vice has been turned into little more than the moniker for the squad of government enforcers assigned to keep humanity out of...

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Carmel in brief- May 31, 2016

Road closure – Lakeshore Drive East between 96th Street and 106th Street will be closed beginning June 6 for rehabilitation of the bridge over Carmel Creek. The closure is expected to last 100 days....

Ruins of Castle of Dürnstein, Austria (Photo by Don Knebel)

Column: Dürnstein and King Richard

Dürnstein is a charming village along the Danube River in northeast Austria, 50 miles upstream from Vienna. Its main claim to fame is an ancient castle that once held as prisoner English King Richard...

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Raising Healthy Kids Health Fair set for June 5

By James Feichtner A group of local physicians are teaming up to spread awareness of pediatric health care. Presented by the Center for Early Orthodontic Treatment and its colleagues, The Raising Healthy Kids Family...

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Snapshot: Ribbon cutting at College Nannies + Tutors

Last month, College Nannies + Tutors of Carmel celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting at its new location, 1 E. Carmel Dr. Pictured, from left, Learning Center Coordinator Rachel Ellis, Role Model Manager...

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Opinion: Georgia on my mind

Commentary by Dick Wolfsie Mary Ellen and I recently returned from a vacation to Savannah, Ga. We stopped first in St. Augustine, Fla., the oldest city in the nation. They take pride in the...