Southside Times April 10-16, 2014 Cover

Southside Times April 10 – 16, 2014

FRONT PAGE

Huber has class

Greenwood’s Dick Huber spreads his knowledge on proper lawn care with free local classes By Nicole Davis Greenwood’s Dick Huber says he loves an Indiana spring, even with the extreme weather variations. It’s the time of year flowers begin poking up, lawns start to turn green and trees begin to leaf out. While he says
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March 20th, 2014

Opinion

On the Southside 3/20/14

By: Scott Emmett

Signs of another Indiana summer In this past week, we have had snow, rain and sun all in a seven day period. In Indiana, that means spring is not far off. Spring means the advent of another lawn mowing season. Oh gosh, both of my sons have flown the coop and this year I will
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March 20th, 2014

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Speedrome: New Owners, New Hope

By: Nicole Davis

After years of declining attendance, the Southside Indianapolis race track gets a fresh perspective by Torry Stiles Seventy-three years ago the Sexton brothers, some friends and partners dug a little race track out of an empty field southeast of Indianapolis. This past Saturday an enthusiastic group of employees, former employees, fans and family gathered to
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March 20th, 2014

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Weekly Movie Review 3/20/14

By: Nicole Davis

Veronica Mars; a film funded by fans and only for the fans Over the years there have been many calls and much clamoring for selected television series to be turned into feature length films. Arrested Development, 24 and Dallas are just a few that have managed to cultivate legions of die-hard fans, which fit the
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March 20th, 2014

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Living

Renewing Your Temple

By: Wendell Fowler

Grease slowly dribbled down Tom’s corpulent double chin as with an air of conquest, he inhaled his seventh piece of bacon. His wife looked on powerlessly. Sensing her displeasure, with a false sense of pride, he insensitively rationalized, “Well honey, ya gotta die from sumthin.” Is this why Hoosiers are consistently the 41st most unhealthy
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March 20th, 2014

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After years of declining attendance, the Southside Indianapolis race track gets a fresh perspective by Torry Stiles Seventy-three years ago the Sexton brothers, some friends and partners dug a little race track out of an empty field southeast of Indianapolis. This past Saturday an enthusiastic group of employees, former employees, fans and family gathered to
…read more

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Top ten changes they need to make at the Indianapolis Speedrome by Torry Stiles 10. Replace the inside turn markers with extra-strong pinball machine thumper-bumpers. 9. Monkeys riding billy goats! Sure fire winner! 8. Less draft beer, more dental care. 7. Combination day care / go-kart track. 6. Find a Manning brother and put him
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Third, fourth and fifth graders district-wide to perform at Perry Township Elementary Music Festival By Nicole Davis The Southport Fieldhouse is expected to be packed full as elementary students in third through fifth grade showcase their musical skills at the 39th Perry Township Elementary Music Festival on Thursday, March 20, 7 p.m. This district-wide event
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Greenwood’s Dick Huber spreads his knowledge on proper lawn care with free local classes By Nicole Davis Greenwood’s Dick Huber says he loves an Indiana spring, even with the extreme weather variations. It’s the time of year flowers begin poking up, lawns start to turn green and trees begin to leaf out. While he says
…read more

6:00 am

Signs of another Indiana summer In this past week, we have had snow, rain and sun all in a seven day period. In Indiana, that means spring is not far off. Spring means the advent of another lawn mowing season. Oh gosh, both of my sons have flown the coop and this year I will
…read more

6:00 am

Veronica Mars; a film funded by fans and only for the fans Over the years there have been many calls and much clamoring for selected television series to be turned into feature length films. Arrested Development, 24 and Dallas are just a few that have managed to cultivate legions of die-hard fans, which fit the
…read more

6:00 am

Grease slowly dribbled down Tom’s corpulent double chin as with an air of conquest, he inhaled his seventh piece of bacon. His wife looked on powerlessly. Sensing her displeasure, with a false sense of pride, he insensitively rationalized, “Well honey, ya gotta die from sumthin.” Is this why Hoosiers are consistently the 41st most unhealthy
…read more