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Bob Walters 0

Column: What’s missing, Part 2

I’m reminiscing about my diverse church-going experiences, hoping to describe a couple of missing faith-life links that are worth pointing out. To quickly review, I was an active Episcopalian kid followed by a three-decades-without-church...

Bernhold 0

Obituary: Gregg Bernhold

Gregg Bernhold, 52, Carmel, died June 4. He was born July 18, 1962, in St. Mary’s, Ohio, the son of Roland and Patricia (Shenk) Bernhold. Gregg was a 1980 graduate of Minster High School....

Cropped Wolfsie, Dick 0

Opinion: Topless Tupperware

My wife informed me the other day that she was top heavy. “I have to be honest,” I told her, “but I never noticed this.” “That’s because you are a man,” she said. Mary...

Cropped Anker, Terry 1

Opinion: Blind judgement

Without fanfare Army Sargent Bowe Bergdahl, the much ballyhooed soldier swapped by the United States for several hardened terrorist prisoners, was recently charged with desertion. This came as no surprise to those in his...

Mike Redmond 2

Opinion: Where did we go right?

My daughter, who is 12 going on 35 going on 3 (depending on her mood) has a problem. (Of course when you’re 12, having a problem, or more accurately problems, plural, kind of goes...

Memorial Chapel of St. Mary’s Church in Lübeck, Germany. (Photo by Don Knebel) 0

Column: Lübeck and the bells of St. Mary’s

Lübeck, in the northern German state of Schleswig-Holstein, was one of the most important cities in Europe during the late Middle Ages. Today, the city features magnificent medieval architecture and a poignant message from...

Cropped Fischer, Jordan 1

Column: On being ‘pedantic’

Question: “Mr. Fischer, you may have heard about Jeb Bush’s run-in with a college student this week who seemed to be grammatically challenged. Perhaps your column could deal with the proper use of the...