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Lucas Oil is looking good

Cory Schouten
January 25, 2008
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More than 1,000 workers a day in two shifts are scrambling to finish Lucas Oil Stadium, installing everything from seats and concession stand equipment to portions of...
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LOS

Cory Schouten
January 25, 2008
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Here are some photos of the new Lucas Oil Stadium shot during a tour on Jan. 24. I was a guest of the Concord Business Association. Lucas  Oil  StadiumMore

Almond on Vonnegut

Bruce Hetrick
January 25, 2008
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I’m a bit shamed to admit it, but when I picked up Steve Almond’s recent collection of essays "(Not that You Asked)" I cringed a little when I saw that the first substantial one focused on the author’s literary hero,...
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Cummins expansion in Columbus

Cory Schouten
January 24, 2008
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Cummins Inc. plans to build a four-story, 100,000-square-foot building as part of a revitalization of the old Commons Mall in Columbus. The project calls for demolishing much of the mall and replacing...
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Spending your government check

January 24, 2008
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If you pay taxes, President Bush and leaders in Congress have agreed to send you at least $600 in the hope youâ??ll spend it and pump more life into the economy. They have their wishes, but Americans are independent sorts. What would...
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“Three Girls and Their Buddy”

Bruce Hetrick
January 24, 2008
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Anyone else catch the “Three Girls and Their Buddy” concert at Clowes Memorial Hall—featuring Emmylou Harris, Shawn Colvin, and Patty Griffin— last weekend? Putting aside the enthusiasm of the fan base for each of the performers for a second, the one-nighter...
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Blame Daniels for the economy?

January 23, 2008
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At this point four years ago, now-Gov. Mitch Daniels had started outlining a platform based on revitalizing the economy. The economy had been headed south since the â??70s and had taken another beating early in the decade. Voters were only too...
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When factories close, what's next?

Cory Schouten
January 23, 2008
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A Bloomington developer is planning a $20-million revival of the former Thomson Consumer Electronics plant on the city's near east side. The 50-acre Sherman Park property has become an eyesore since the...
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