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02/25/2015 at 4:22pm | posted by: Rosalyn Demaree

One for the Books: Noblesville bookbinder restores old volumes by hand

By Rosalyn Demaree It’s not what Jeff Saxton does that’s uncommon. It’s how the master bookbinder does it. Saxton restores treasured volumes by hand. When he receives a job, whether it’s a Bible, a cookbook or a novel, “book” is almost a misnomer. Chunks of leather covers often are missing, titles all but vanished from
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Posted in Features, New News, Rosalyn Demaree |

02/20/2015 at 4:19pm | posted by: Mike Corbett

Roundabout: A Summary of Recent Retail Activity

Northern Hamilton County Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Parish at 410 S. Pearl Street North in Cicero is undergoing a remodel and expansion. A new retail center is being built at 3888 W SR 47 on Sheridan’s southwest side. Ricker’s will be building a convenience store on the site of the old Reynold’s Farm Equipment
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Posted in New News, Retail Roundabout, Samantha Hyde |

02/15/2015 at 4:14pm | posted by: Chris Bavender

Where the Spirit Moves You: Peace Water Winery features philanthropy and family

By Chris Bavender Stroll Carmel’s Main Street in the Arts & Design District and a winery might be the last thing you’d expect to find. But venture inside Peace Water Winery and you’ll find a little sip of Napa Valley heaven. Peace Water Winery, located at 37 W Main St. in Carmel, opened Sept. 19.
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Posted in Chris Bavender, Dining Out, New News |

02/10/2015 at 4:11pm | posted by: Mike Corbett

Improving the 37 Corridor: County officials are seeking information from the public

By Mike Corbett If you’ve driven State Route 37 through Noblesville and Fishers, especially at rush hour, it’s clear something has to change. At peak traffic, those 5 miles from State Route 32 to 126th St. can be a frustrating and time-consuming excursion. More than 100,000 commuters use the road daily. Planners predict no fewer
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Posted in Features, Mike Corbett, New News |

02/05/2015 at 4:06pm | posted by: Mike Corbett

The Pitch In: notes from all over

Casandra Nelson joined Campbell Kyle Proffitt as associate attorney. CKP Paralegal Anita G. Haworth, RP® earned the designation Certified E-Discovery Specialist. Jessica Billingsley, attorney with Church, Church, Hittle & Antrim, Marnie Cooke, Director of Marketing and Communications at Noblesville Schools, and Matt Yates, architect at krM Architecture joined the board of Directors of Noblesville Main
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Posted in New News, The Pitch In |

01/30/2015 at 3:58pm | posted by: David Heighway

The Rise and Fall of a Hamilton County landmark: Grain elevators are a relic of our agrarian past

By David Heighway As Hamilton County’s economic base has changed through the years, so too has its physical appearance. You don’t see fur trading posts or natural gas derricks any more. Now another part of the economic history is disappearing – grain elevators. These enormous structures, built near railroads for storing and shipping items such
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Posted in David Heighway, History, New News |

01/25/2015 at 5:40pm | posted by: Mike Corbett

Letter from the Editor

by Mike Corbett I clicked on a Facebook post the other day. It was promoting the fight against prostate cancer and I’m at the age when you start paying attention to those kinds of things. It soon became clear, however, that it wasn’t about prostate cancer after all, it was an ad for a razor
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Posted in Editors Column, Mike Corbett, New News |

01/20/2015 at 5:36pm | posted by: Charles Waldo

Is Your Workplace Problem-Free?: Your employees can help convert problems into profits

By Charles Waldo, Ph.D. I can imagine your reaction to the title of this article – “What kind of a dumb question is that? I work with people. People equal problems. Sounds like typical professor talk.” The truth is some “problems” are good to have – A new product is selling so fast you can’t
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Posted in Charles Waldo, Management, New News |

01/15/2015 at 5:30pm | posted by: Cindy Allen-Stuckey

A Team of Mentors: A Personal Advisory Board can help you navigate life and work

by Cindy Allen-Stuckey We all need sounding boards–no matter what our age–to test our ideas and plans, to push us into uncomfortable situations, and to provide us with feedback. This is how successful people become more successful in many areas of their life. Instead of having an information group with whom you brainstorm, imagine having
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Posted in Cindy Allen-Stuckey, New News, Personal Growth |

01/10/2015 at 5:16pm | posted by: Julie Bingham

What is Your Employment Story?: When hiring, it’s not always all about the paycheck

By Julie Bingham Which is better? Making your employees the highest-paid in your market, or paying them less and showering them with benefits, amenities and meaningful work? Many years ago, I got a close view of this question in practice. I discovered that there is no right answer … because it’s the wrong question. The
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Posted in Julie Bingham, Management, New News |