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When religion is truly taxing 0

When religion is truly taxing

A recent Associated Press feature story described Germany’s nine percent tax on religion. This isn’t a tax on the church; it’s a tax “for” the church, a government collection plate forced upon the officially...

Help us help Chaucie’s Place 0

Help us help Chaucie’s Place

As you might know, we’re pleased and proud to be among the sponsors once again for the Treasure our Children event, an important fundraiser for Chaucie’s Place. As a reminder – and in an urging for you to...

City Council meeting: Oct. 1 0

City Council meeting: Oct. 1

Action: The Carmel City Council held a second reading on Ordinance D-2108-12, adopting the resolution by a unanimous 7-0 vote. What it means: Sponsored by President Sharp and Councilors Seidensticker and Snyder, the move allows the...

CSO announces annual Young Artist Competition 0

CSO announces annual Young Artist Competition

The Carmel Symphony Orchestra announces the 32nd Annual CSO Young Artists Competition, sponsored by Meridian Music and the CSO League. The winner will be featured at the Carmel Symphony Orchestra’s Feb. 3, 2013 Family...

The old college try 0

The old college try

I’m the opposite of a pack rat. In fact, I hate clutter so much that my wife spends most of every Sunday night sorting through the trash that I have readied for pick-up the...

Chamber nominations ongoing 0

Chamber nominations ongoing

Each year the Carmel Chamber of Commerce honors four companies for business excellence and a leading volunteer for his or her contribution to the community at the annual Images of Excellence Awards Luncheon in December. The Chamber is now...

Two dancers execute a lift during the performance. 0

Dance Kaleidescope fundraiser

[nggallery id=29] (Submitted photos) On September 29, Izabela and Ersal Ozdemir hosted a fundraiser for Dance Kaleidoscope, which she called, “Indiana’s longest dancing professional contemporary dance company,” at their home. The event, which was...