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Proposed nursing home to have cottage feel

Growing up, Andrew Greenwood remembers visiting his 110-year-old great-grandmother in her nursing facility. It wasn’t the most pleasant experience. “Me and my sister, we would count down, ‘Three, Two, One,” and hold our breath,”...

Derek and Petra Sutton stand on the frozen Gulf of Bothnia, which separates Sweden and Finland.  In good winters visitors drive across the ice to visit cottages in the background. (Submitted photo)

From Sweden with love

By Lee Kelso Carmel’s internationally famous roundabouts are helping Derek and Petra Sutton feel at home here in Indiana. They are daily reminders of the couple’s life in Sweden. The Suttons recently moved from...

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Carmel Arts Pumpkin Fest is Oct. 25

The Carmel Arts Council and the Carmel Mayors Youth Council is hosting the annual Pumpkin Festival from 4 to 8 p.m., Oct. 25 in Carmel’s Civic Square. This event is free for attendees of...

Former Carmel High School football coach Dick Nyers (center) with book authors Pam Otten and Dan Chapman. (Submitted by Michael Easterday)

Nyers key to Dads’ Club success

By Mark Ambrogi  From its modest beginning in 1959, the Carmel Dads’ Club has grown into a powerful feeder system for the state’s most successful high school athletic program. “When it started, I had...

“That spark of God is within each one of us,” said artist Katherine Soskin. (Photo by Gary Boskovich)

Peace through art

By Gary Boskovich In many ways Katherine Soskin considers art a window to the soul. Soskin, who considers herself an Abstract Impressionist and Colorist has been painting for more than 25 years. Photography is...

Scouting awards given

Scouting awards given

Scout Troop 131 held their fall Troop Court of Honor to recognize advancement and special awards earned since May. The troop is chartered by Carmel United Methodist Church and led by Scoutmaster Brad Buckhorn. A...