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November 28, 2014

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09.01.11 Obits

Arlene Bridgford, 78, Indianapolis, died Aug. 26, 2011. She was born Dec. 28, 1932 in Seattle, Wash. to the late Glenn and Cecil (Doty) Parker. Survivors include her children, Harvey (Beth) Bridgford of Craig, AK, LaChrista (Mark) Klosterkemper of Greensburg, Tandy (Mark) Lewis of Stephenville, TX, Whitney (Shaune) Bridgford of St. Paul and Tracie (David) Wilson of Indianapolis; grandchildren, Derik, Kassandra, Wesley, Tristan,...

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The end of summer, the beginning of fall

As dawn comes later each morning and dusk comes earlier, I feel the rush of time passing through the garden. Whirring cicadas is another reminder, in case I don’t see it in the light. Summer is ending. Fall is coming. For many people, these changes signal them to put away whatever gardening tools they have, get out the leaf rake and wait for leaves to fall. But fall is no time for standing around waiting. Fall is for planting....

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Summer's final cookout

The first Monday in September is devoted to the social and economic triumphs of American workers; a national tribute to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our great country. We traditionally celebrate this holiday by grilling various cuts of assorted barn animals, ripping up platters of Aunt Naomi’s fried chicken along with deli-cold cuts, macaroni or potato salad, deviled eggs, and buttered ears of corn; undeniably tasty,...

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Home school Wildcats no longer underdogs

Members of the Wildcats Indianapolis Homeschool basketball team enjoy the close-knit, athletic atmosphere, said Paul Settle, a Wildcats point guard and a junior in the homeschool program. “We get guys from different parts of Indiana,” Settle said. “They really care and it’s not just an extracurricular activity to them.” Before deciding 11 years ago to coach the Wildcats, Bialek was Perry Meridian High School’s basketball coach. “One...

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What's it worth? 9/1/2011

Type of Property: Family-Style Restaurant includes all business equipment along with a two-bedroom apartment. Age: The building was established in 1920 and renovated in 2000. Location: Southeast of Indianapolis in St. Paul, Indiana. Square Footage: Total square footage is 3,360 SF. Rooms: The two bedroom apartment also includes a living room, kitchen and laundry facilities. The restaurant has a seating capacity for approximately 30...

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