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See ya, Spigelman 0

See ya, Spigelman

Editor, I noted (Marnin) Spigelman’s farewell letter. He is a case. Rode into Carmel from California on his white horse nine years ago to live because it was “perfect.” But like the show, “I...

Partisan, but civil 0

Partisan, but civil

Editor, Jim Blessing’s articles are partisan. Nevertheless, I am moved by how civil and responsible they are in this era of repugnant politics. I’d like to hear more from this voice of reason in...

Happy to see Spigelman go 0

Happy to see Spigelman go

Editor, In reply to Marnin Spigelman and his continued railings against Carmel, our Mayor and city government: It’s time to move on. If you’re going to leave Carmel, try and exit with some degree...

Debris is toxic 0

Debris is toxic

Editor, I understand that the city has known since April that the pile of unsightly waste next to the Monon Trail contains hazardous material. Now four months later, we are told it will be...

Cathy opens floodgates 0

Cathy opens floodgates

Editor, I disagree with the column entitled, “Kissing Pulpit.” Dan Cathy is a bigot. As a devout Christian, I can’t imagine donating funds from my business to non-profit groups which blatantly discriminate against homosexuals...

Kissing pulpit misses point 0

Kissing pulpit misses point

Editor, In your op-Ed piece entitled “Kissing Pulpit”, you seem to suggest that the supporters of gay equality are staging their protests in support of gay marriage and because they are upset that Chick-fil-A...

Dog day afternoon 0

Dog day afternoon

Humans have domesticated and kept animals since the earliest times. Then, even as now, we shared our food and domestic arrangements with these furry friends. And they, like us, flourished because of the construct....

Neil Armstrong 0

Neil Armstrong

It is our position that with the passing of Neil Armstrong we have lost a true American hero.  The Purdue graduate and first man to walk on the moon passed away on Aug. 25...

race 0

Running for a reason

Carmel trio combines forces to help underprivileged youth People give back in different ways. Some tithe, some donate time or textiles, some simply think. Others get moving. For Karen Hawkins, Communications Director of Race...