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June 28, 2007 in Front Page News by tbs

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Carpenter announces independent candidacy for Beech Grove clerk-treasurer

June 28, 2007 in Front Page News by tbs

Mary A. Carpenter, incumbent clerk-treasurer.By Mike Alexander
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Mary A. Carpenter, 58, completing her first term as Beech Grove clerk-treasurer, announced Tuesday that she is an independent candidate for the office in the Nov. 6 general election.
She is the second Republican candidate in as many weeks to announce her independent candidacy. Ingle Harris III, 4th district city councilman, announced last week that he is an independent candidate in the mayor

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Chief Witmer answers Beech Grove fireworks questions

June 28, 2007 in Front Page News by tbs

Beech Grove Police Chief Rich Witmer urges area residents to enjoy a happy, safe Independence Day celebration Tuesday evening in Sarah T. Bolton Park, 13th and Churchman avenues.
Last year, the event drew about 10,000 people to the traditional fireworks show the evening before July 4th.
This year, the Promoters Club again will sponsor the 30-minute rainbow sparkling, explosive and colorful starburst sprays extravaganza.
The show will begin at dusk, which will be about 10 p.m. A large crowd, traffic and parking will require an early start to get there on time.
Here are Chief Witmer

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Beech Grove Freedom Fest parade Saturday

June 28, 2007 in Front Page News by tbs

Beech Grove Freedom Fest parade will kick off at 11 a.m. Saturday.
The units will start on Emerson Avenue to Main Street, ending at 5th and Main streets, according to parade coordinator Dennis Wilson.
Those with radios can tune to WICR-FM (88.7) to hear parade commentary. Guests attending the parade also will be interviewed as part of business owner Jeff Cardwell

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Hot, little bikini days are over

June 28, 2007 in Opinion by tbs

mugeastburn.jpgAny other woman would have steered away like that side of the store was on fire.
She would have realized it wasn

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Southside Profile: Meet Kimberlin Ann Hurson

June 28, 2007 in Community by tbs

By Renee Carty
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Kimberlin Ann Hurson, 53, screams,

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Drought-proof plants cause fewer headaches

June 28, 2007 in Outdoors by tbs

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Don

June 28, 2007 in Opinion by tbs

mugredmond.jpgThe Fourth of July, also known as July Fourth, is right around the corner, and you know what that means.
Oh.
Well, it means the following:
1. If you

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Harris announces run for mayor

June 28, 2007 in Front Page News by tbs

Ingle R. Harris III throws hat in ring.By Mike Alexander
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Ingle R. Harris III, long-time Republican city councilman, has announced that he is running for mayor of Beech Grove

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June 14, 2007 in Opinion by tbs

mugeastburn.jpgThere are lots of people in the world who love to plan and organize and ponder. These people make sound decisions. Their belongings are color-coded and alphabetized.
They live their lives in a neat, orderly manner.
They remind me of freshly-starched, white shirts.
And then there are people like me.
People who make no plans. People who jump into drastic changes with absolutely no forethought. People who never, ever rely on any type of thought processes.
These are the people who never wear crisp white shirts. They are far too messy to wear white. But also, they could never find the starch or the iron anyway.
It is difficult to be one of the messy ones, the fly-by-the-seat-of-your pants people who can