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A non-automated call center By Lindsay Eckert • email@example.com
If you want to know what’s happening in Westfield, soon you will be able to report potholes, high water and non-emergency questions by dialing three-digit phone number. The to-be-determined numbers will direct callers to a 24-hour call center. Derrick Cash, Westfield Dept. of Informatics director, said the project is one of the department’s goals for 2012. “It’s a one-stop-shop for residents and it increases the efficiency of the city and lightens the volume of nonemergency calls to other departments,” Cash said. “There will be a real person answering callers' concerns; they won’t have to talk to an automated voice.” Cash said the Westfield call center not only will help filter calls from residents, it also has the potential to increase the efficiency of our city’s government. “It’s staffing six to 12 people who are handling anything from receiving work orders to distributing them to city operations, or relaying information to constituents; it helps speed the work flow.” Cash said the call system project, which is in its early stages, wil be similar to the Indianapolis Mayor's Action Center.
Wintery fun at Maple Glen By Lindsay Eckert • firstname.lastname@example.org
The halls of Maple Glen Elementary School will be a winter wonderland next month as the school’s ParentTeacher Organization hosts Maple Glen’s Winter Carnival. Maple Glen’s PTO has been raising money and bringing friends and family together for five years for the annual fall carnival. Jodi Brooks , PTO director of special activities, said they decided to skip a few months on the calendar this year. “Fall is such a crazy time of year, with the start of the holidays and school activities,” Brooks said. “We want to try out a different time of year so more families can come.” Maple Glen will open its doors for the carnival March 10 from 6 to 8 p.m. There will be a silent auction during the carnival, including items such as Cubs baseball tickets, spa days and even a butler service. “Two couples will come to your home, provide a dinner menu, appetizers and wine,” she said. “They will cook and serve the meals in your own home.” Despite the games and activities, Brooks said the real fun is seeing the funds used in the classrooms. “All of the money goes directly toward the teachers for their classrooms,” Brooks said. “I think it’s neat for the parents to see how the funds go directly to the classrooms of Maple Glen; it shows we’re building a community of education and service within our own building.” Current Publishing will be contributing to the silent auction by donating an ad in Current in Westfield.
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Cash studied informatics at Indiana University and later earned a master’s degree in business from Indiana Wesleyan. Favorite hobby: DIY projects and watching Dora and Diego with his 3-year-old daughter, Evelyn and wife of 19 years, Shana Cash. “I love family time with my wife and daughter, they’re beautiful people who light up everything around them.” “With all the growth in Westfield and the building of Grand Park, we need a grand scheme to keep up with the growth,” Cash said. “Residents have several outlets to get in touch with the city, such as Eyes of Westfield, but a call center can funnel those calls in the right direction and help keep our city efficient as it continues to grow.”
Facebook fundamentals – Want to get started on Facebook? Already have a Facebook account but not sure what to do next? Westfield Washington Public Library is offering a class for beginners that teaches you to set up your page, manage privacy settings, and connect with friends and family. Learn to update your status and add a photo, all while you interact with others online. An e-mail address is required to register for Facebook, but the class is free and is offered on Feb. 23 at 3 p.m. Register by calling Information/Reference Services at 317-896-9391.
Calling all euchre players – Are you a euchre enthusiast looking for three other players? Westfield Washington Public Library Euchre Group meets at 5:30 p.m. the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. Come enjoy a relaxing evening of fun with some great people at this free program Feb. 22.
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MEETINGS – The City of Westfield Board of Zoning Appeals public meeting will be held tonight at City Hall, 202 Penn St. The City of Westfield Sports Commission meeting will be held tomorrow from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. at City Services Center, 2706 E. 171st St.
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Book Signing and Discussion – Dawn Knight, a graduate of Indiana University and an English teacher at Westfield High School hosted a book signing and discussion of her book,Taliafero-Breaking Barriers From the NFL Draft to the Ivory Tower. “We, at Barnes & Noble Carmel/Westfield, are excited during this Super Bowl Weekend Knight and Black History Month, to have Dawn Knight, discuss her biography about the legendary Indiana University football player, NFL star and pathfinder, George Taliaferro and the challenges he faced as an athlete and citizen”, said Thomas E. McLean, Community Relations Manager. The book signing will follow Ms. Knight’s discussion and a brief question and answer period. Country Megaticket on sale Feb. 21 – Live Nation has announced the first musical acts scheduled to perform this summer at Klipsch Music Center (formerly Verizon Wireless Music Center) in Noblesville. The 2012 Modern Trailer Sales Country Megaticket features six of the top acts in country music. This year’s Country Megaticket includes: Brad Paisley with The Band Perry, May Paisley 19; Miranda Lambert with Chris Young and Jerrod Niemann, June 8; Lady Antebellum with Darius Rucker and Thompson Square, June 24; Toby Keith with Brantley Gilbert, June 30; Rascal Flatts with Little Big Town, Eli Young Band and Edens Edge, Aug. 31; and Jason Aldean with Luke Bryan, Sept. 15. There are four packages available and all go on sale at 10 a.m. next Tuesday. Measles confirmed in Hamilton County – State health officials have confirmed two cases of measles in Hamilton County and have identified an additional two probable measles cases in Boone County. The Indiana State Dept. of Health is working with local health departments and health care providers to identify additional cases of measles, and to prevent further transmission of the disease. Officials said one of the infected individuals visited the Super Bowl festivities in downtown Indianapolis on Feb.3, but health officials report the individual did not go into the NFL Experience at the Indiana Convention Center. We asked, you answered. Here are the results from the recent online poll question: “What was the best Super Bowl halftime show?” 1993 - Michael Jackson (56 percent, 10 Votes); 2009 - Bruce Springsteen (33 percent, 6 Votes); 1995 - Indiana Jones and Marion Ravenwood (11 percent, 2 Votes); 2004 - Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake(0 percent, 0 Votes).To vote for the new online poll question – “What’s your favorite type of gift for Valentine’s Day?” – visit www.currentinwestfield.com.
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Carl Brizzi talks Charlie White verdict, next steps By Jordan Fischer • email@example.com
A guilty verdict on six of seven felony counts against Charlie White has left the office of the Indiana Secretary of State in flux, and many speculating as to what twists may yet come in an already long, convoluted case. In the wake of the verdict, Current spoke with White’s White criminal defense attorney, Carl Brizzi, to get his reaction and find out what comes next. Is there a next step at this point? Where do you, does Charlie, go from here? Brizzi: “What’s next is … we’ve got a sentencing hearBrizzi ing coming up in a couple of weeks (Feb. 23). The verdict is the verdict, and so now we’ve got to mitigate the consequences of the verdict. We’re definitely going to appeal. We think there were very appealable issues in this trial, so I don’t think it’s speculation to be saying he’s pursuing an appeal.” People still seem to be throwing around the possibility Charlie could be reinstated if all six felony counts were reduced to misdemeanors. Is that something you’re even aiming for at this point, or have you shifted into damage control mode? Brizzi: “We’re definitely in damage control mode. Whether he’s reinstated as secretary of state is not something I’m focused on. He has other attorneys focused on the civil aspect of this. What people have to bear in mind is, he was literally charged with four different felonies for casting one vote. I’m not really sure if that’s been reported. I mean … four felonies for one vote seems a bit extreme.” You made the decision not to offer a defense at the trial, saying the prosecution didn’t have enough evidence to prove there was a crime committed. Do you still feel that was the right move? Brizzi: “What do you want me to do? You can’t go back and second-guess any of the decisions made during the trial. No one except for me, Charlie and the people closest to him know what that evidence is and the potential for it to not be favorable. I lived this case for months and months and months and months, and we made the decisions we made. We’re never going to be able to explain to anyone with any satisfaction why those decisions were made.” Did the verdict come as a surprise? Brizzi: “I don’t even know how to answer that. I’m not here to take issue with what the jury did, because each of us has a role in the criminal justice system. To put it in context, and certainly to put it in context of moving forward and how this affects a fellow Hoosier’s life who has a family and children to provide for, I think that needs to be taken into account.” www.youarecurrent.com
THE FACTS At 2:30 a.m. Feb. 5, a Hamilton County jury returned its verdict: guilty on three counts of voter fraud, two counts of perjury and one count of theft. White was acquitted on a charge of fraud against a financial institution. He could face six months to three years in prison for each count. Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels moved quickly to appoint an interim replacement for White, selecting Jerry Bonnet, chief deputy for the Secretary of State. “This is an exceptionally busy time in the Secretary of State’s office as signatures for president, U.S. senate and governor are being certified this month,” Daniels said in a press release. “Jerry, a Yorktown native, has agreed to serve until I either select someone else to serve the remainder of the term, or until the prior occupant is reinstated.” White is expected to appeal for the charges, all class-D felonies, to be reduced to misdemeanors. “I have chosen not to make a permanent appointment today out of respect for the judge’s authority to lessen the verdict to a misdemeanor and reinstate the elected office holder,” Daniels said. “If the felony convictions are not altered, I anticipate making a permanent appointment quickly.” Daniels added, “Jerry Bonnet is a longtime employee who absolutely knows what should be done to provide the effective supervision and oversight the office requires.” A copy of the appointment letter may be found at www.in.gov/gov/files/ Press/020412letter.pdf. This story will be updated as more information becomes available. Charlie could face up to 18 years for a maximum sentence. Do you expect him to see any jail time? Brizzi: “Can he potentially face jail time? Yes, absolutely. Do I expect it? I don’t expect or not expect anything at this point. I certainly don’t take anything for granted.”
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Geocachers are hooked on geocaching in Hamilton County parks, and they may be able to scratch the cache itch year-around. Westfield Parks and Recreation Dept. teamed up with Noblesville, Fishers and Washington Township parks and recreation departments as part of the Super Celebration Site activities for Super Bowl weekend, Cache for the Big Game. The first geocaching event for all participating parks kicked off Jan. 27 when the coordinates for Cache the Big Game series were posted on Geocaching.com. Geocachers use the coordinates to find caches in eight Hamilton County parks that contain logbooks with a special code. The first 100 geocachers who turn in eight codes receive a commemorative pathtag. According to Stephanie Fix, Westfield Parks and Recreation Dept. administrative assistant, competition was intense from the beginning. Twenty-five people completed the series and earned a path tag within Fix the first week. Now, that number has almost doubled. “The series is going great so far; 48 people have completed the series and earned a path tag,” Fix said. “The caches will be out until all 100 pathtags are gone, so we are encouraging everyone to get out there and give it a try.” Fix said the series is the perfect activity for families, even if you’ve never geocached before. “I know at least one family working on the series is geocaching for the first time, so people who have never done it should not be intimidated,” Fix said. She said most of the geocache competitors have been Hamilton County residents, but some have traveled to be part of the high-tech treasure hunt that requires a handheld GPS device, or a smartphone app to find the caches. “We have had people from Indianapolis, Zionsville, Kokomo, Speedway and 30 miles west of Indianapolis,” Fix said. To join the geocache hunt, visit Geocaching. com to find the Cache for the Big Game coordinates. Visit Currentinwestfield.com to learn how to play and all the information you need to earn a pathtag for yourself. The names of pathtag recipients haven’t been released yet. Lovin’ legos – Bring your imagination to the Westfield Washington Public Library and get creative at a LEGO Freebuild. There will be plenty of LEGOS and lots of room to work. You can start building Feb. 23 at 2:30 p.m. 6 | February 14, 2012
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Nick Woerner, Westfield High School senior, is living the fast life while balancing a busy schedule. Woerner is a nationally ranked lacrosse player, earning the Brine National AllAmerican Award. Woerner’s schedule mimics his description of the sport he first started playing in fifth Woerner grade. “I love it. It’s the fastest game on two feet. You’re always doing something,” Woerner said. “It mixes the best of all the sports into one game. You get the fast pace of soccer, there’s hockey, football; every sport is in there.” Woerner said he’s always been athletic, but the first time he played lacrosse, he knew what he’d be playing the rest of his life. “Once I picked up the lacrosse stick for the first time, I fell in love, and I was never going back to any other sport,” Woerner said. Woerner’s dedication to lacrosse has opened opportunities he said wouldn’t be there if it wasn’t for lacrosse. “I get to travel a lot for tourneys, and lacrosse is giving me the opportunity to get into better schools,” Woerner said. “I have a network of friends all over the nation.” Despite the tremendous opportunities and the hard-earned titles, Woerner said it’s the support
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How Westfield’s growth changed a community’s perspective By Lindsay Eckert • firstname.lastname@example.org
Seven years ago, Spring Mill Road and 161st Street was a rural area, devoid of the hustle and bustle of commercial business. As Westfield began to grow, however, progress began taking its first step on the area’s bare earth. Carrie Cason, City of Westfield spokesperson, moved to Centennial, a subdivision near 156th Street and Spring Mill Road in 2004, when the closest grocery store or gas station was across U.S. 31. “When I first moved here, I had to cross U.S. 31 to Carmel for everything, and plans for deCason velopment were extremely controversial. Some residents wanted the area to stay rural, and didn’t like where this was going.”
PLANNING OPTIONS CrossRoads Church of Westfield’s proposed ordinance includes traffic studies completed by American Structurepoint Inc. The Indianapolis-based company provided planning maps ofExhibit two options for access roads they C-1 (Conceptual Siteto Plan) say will keep traffic flowing safely and from the potential development.
Pushing against progress
Although some saw Spring Mill Road as a destination for commercial growth and convenience, others saw the area’s potential development as the end to their secluded homesteads, a quality that first drew them to the area. Brian Zaiger, City of Westfield attorney, said Bob Barker of Zinkan & Barker Development Co. submitted development plans for what now is Spring Mill Commons in 2005. “Bob requested to rezone the property for commercial business to develop Spring Mill Commons,” Zaiger said. “There was a lot of pushback from Westfield’s Advisory Plan ComZaiger mission and some residents who didn’t want the commercial growth.” According to Zaiger, Barker’s plans were reviewed by the Advisory Plan Commission and passed on to Westfield Town Council with a negative recommendation. Despite the recommendation, the council approved the rezone, allowing Barker to begin construction.
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Zaiger said, “Barker got the go-ahead from town council (when it voted in favor for the rezone). Then, for some reason, Barker withdrew his plans.” When Barker was asked why he withdrew the plans, he had no comment. According to Cason, after Barker withdrew his plans, Town Council began the process to rezone the area back to its previous residential designation so Barker couldn’t come back to build. As the town council started the rezoning process again, Barker refiled his development plans. This time, town council voted against Barker’s plans.
According to Mayor Andy Cook, Barker claimed he already began construction for Spring Mill Commons after the property was zoned for his development. Barker would neither confirm nor deny if he already started the project. When Barker’s plans were refused, he filed a lawsuit against the town. 8 | February 14, 2012
The above map shows the location of the CrossRoads property being discussed. (Submitted Illustration)
Cason said Judge William Hughes of Hamilton County Superior Court ruled in favor of Barker. “Since Barker filed his plans when the area’s zoning allowed his development, heCrossroads got to go ahead Church and build,” Cason said. “So the town lost the lawsuit, and Barker went on to develop Spring Mill Site Location Map / Aerial Photograph Commons.”
A new rezoning request
Another parcel near the highly-contested Spring Mill Commons may be rezoned for business. The 1.8-acre lot, 16201 Spring Mill Rd., is zoned as residential. CrossRoads Church of Westfield, the site’s owner, has requested for a second time to rezone to a planned unit development. According to CrossRoads’s attorney, Jon Dobosiewicz, the PUD limits development to professional offices and banks that must meet specific architectural styles. The proposal also states: If a bank purchases the land, the bank’s drive-thru window must be installed on the east side of the Dobosiewicz building, opposite of the residential area. The plans were introduced to city council Jan. 23 and presented to the Advisory Plan Commission Feb. 6, which included a public hearing.
Option 1: A driveway would be cut onto Spring Mill Road from the property. Construction of the roadway entrance onto Spring Mill Road would include a dedicated left southbound turn lane on Spring Mill Road. Exhibit C-2 (Conceptual existing Site Plan) entrance would be A turn lane for the property’s extended.
A new perspective for progress
Unlike seven years ago, residents near the property expressed their support for the rezoning request at the Feb.6 Advisory Plan Commission public hearing. Tom Smith, who served on city council from 2008 to 2012, said during that time, the church came forward with more than one proposal the council did not pass. “We wrestled with this problem off and on, and we were never able to resolve it,” Smith said. “I’d just like to say I think this sounds like a reasonable compromise, and it may be time to put this problem to bed and get on down the road.” Visit www.currentinwestfield.com to view the proposed ordiCurrent in Westfield
Option 2: There would not be a driveway access onto Spring Mill road, only a driveway going through the center of the property Stated in the proposed ordinance: The future developer would be responsible for covering all road reconstruction costs. nance and CrossRoads presentation for the Advisory Plan Commission meeting. www.youarecurrent.com
Editorial It’s a lot more than a facelift
XL pipeline It is our position the Obama Administration’s recent decision to defer approval of the XL pipeline project was a political decision adverse to our country’s best interests. The pipeline was intended to carry Canadian shale oil to refiners in the U.S., but was derailed by nebulous environmental concerns. In a broader sense, though, the real misfortune from the decision was a missed opportunity to develop a reliable supply of energy from a friendly source. True, the price of oil is generally determined in a global marketplace, but a dedicated pipeline from our Northern neighbor would provide some insulation from disruptions that could devastate our economy. Much of the world’s oil resides in countries antagonistic to the U.S., or in regions where safe transport can be disrupted. Unstable regimes in the Middle East and Venezuela, and to some extent in Russia, leave the West vulnerable to targeted embargoes or general shortages that become a national security concern. Having a direct pipeline from America’s closest neighbor means some of our basic needs would be met, even during times of geopolitical turmoil.
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Have a super day
Commentary by Terry Anker
Organizers for the now-in-the-books Super Bowl XLVI (that’s No. 46 for those of us who have not kept up with our Roman numerals) are to be heartily congratulated for what seems regarded nationally as a standout. During these past two weeks, I’ve read with some attention the media perspective on central Indiana. Admittedly, when Allison Melangton, President and CEO of the Indianapolis Host Committee started encouraging folks to knit scarves for volunteers, recruiting school kids to write welcome notes to put in visitor’s hotel rooms and branding all manner and sort of thing “super” – “Have a Super Day” – “Participate in Super Cure” – and even go to the “Super Care Clinic” if injured or unwell – it occurred all this hospitality might serve to reinforce bigoted views of middle Americans as rube residents of Hooterville. And, yes, scores of coastal commentators begin their review of this year’s big game with remarks akin to, “It’s hard to believe Indy has
pulled it off.” Why is it hard to believe? Can’t they simply remark this was one of the best Super Bowls in years, without the ad homonym? Yet the very good manners I feared might expose to ridicule have been repeatedly mentioned with high praise. The homemade scarves are desired as a symbol of the warm welcome offered. The children’s notes have been pointed to in virtually every mass medium as a highlight of the visitor experience. How can folks be so stunned by common courtesy? Still as a routine writer of old-school thank you notes, I sometimes get cards from recipients thanking me for thanking them. Have we become so rude a simple handwritten message is coveted? Whatever the reason, I’m happy to see politeness getting kudos. In fact, I say to those behind the effort, have a super day. Terry Anker is an associate editor of Current Publishing, LLC. You may e-mail him at terry@ currentincarmel.com.
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How many diet books do you own? More than five? Perhaps you have multiple shelves in your home with diet books. Just imagine if you could have lost all the weight in pounds that your diet books weigh! Despite all the books, the data and research into the chemistry of the body points to carbohydrates, and how much and how rapidly your body has to deal with it. Glycemic index and glycemic impact are the ways we measure how food and beverages affect your metabolism and body weight. Despite genetic variation, we are all subject to the laws of gravity, aging and sugar metabolism. Stress, hormones, exercise, sleep and other factors will also play their roles, but they respond to the sugar fluxes as well. So, what is the best diet book? Believe it or not, it is a cookbook. Learning how to change the way you prepare food is as important as
Friends make you overeat? – In a study published last week in the journal, “PLoS ONE,” Dutch researchers invited 70 pairs of women to dine together in a lab set up to look like a restaurant. The women, they found, tended to take bites of food at roughly the same time and mimic each other’s overall eating behavior. This mirroring was three times more common at the beginning of the meal than at the end, however, which suggests the women, who were strangers, may have been trying to make a favorable impression on each other. Researchers say the findings help explain previous studies showing people tend to adjust their food intake – up or down – to match that of their eating companions, and tend to eat more with others than when dining alone. -www.health.com
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Refs, umps, grout: Unnoticed unless … Remodeling by David Decker
I can’t think of a single time one of our custom home-improvement customers looked at a finished tiling job – whether floor or wall, kitchen or bath – and their first comment was, “Wow, that’s outstanding grout!” No, they notice the tile’s material, texture, color and pattern. They experience the positive energy of the tile’s visual, functional and design elements. They bask in the freshness of a new look and feel in an area of their home. They say, “Wow!” Grout, while critical to the appearance and function of a good tiling job, usually isn’t part of that initial “Wow!” equation. In fact, grout can be compared with basketball referees or baseball umpires: They are generally only noticed when they aren’t perfect. Early last summer, we redesigned and rebuilt a walk-in, tiled master bath shower in a very nice northside Indianapolis home. The finished shower (grout, too) looked great, was completed on time and on budget and the customers wrote a nice letter to Angie’s List … kudos to all. Then in December, the homeowners noticed the grout in their newly-tiled shower floor was disappearing in spots … big spots. They called us, we immediately traced both the materials February gardening tips – 1. Reinvigorate your houseplants by removing the top 1/4 inch of soil and topdressing with fresh potting soil. 2. Spider mites are apt to thrive in warm, dry houses. Frequent misting under the leaves of houseplants will discourage them. A solution of 1 cup flour, 1/4 cup buttermilk and a gallon of cool water, applied in a mist, is a good organic deterrent. 3. Houseplants will be sensitive to overfeeding at this time of year. Provide lots of sunlight, fresh air and frequent bathing for plants that seem a little worse for the winter. -www.almanac.com
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Curious what the edgy trends in luxury outdoor living are so you can fashionably participate? They will essentially be creative expansions of what we’ve enjoyed the last few years and can be broken into two categories. Macro The predominant macro trend continues to be the growth of outdoor rooms. Although that formality will likely grow, it’s the various components of outdoor rooms most are able to enjoy. What’s driving this fantasy with outdoor living spaces? Fun is! We’ve discovered there’s more to life than Facebook, iPads and “Dancing with the Stars.” We’ve rediscovered life outdoors, and that a little respite in the backyard with the occasional neighbor stopping by can be good for the soul, and genuinely improve our performance in other areas of life. So, expect to read/hear/see/do more about romantic pergolas, authentic stone patios, fire features of all sorts and the most critical element of outdoor enjoyment … year-round performing landscapes. Micro Details make all the difference, not only in life, but in outdoor living, too. A great patio without thoughtful landscape is simply a sterile playground of bricks. Add some of your own
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Across 1. ‘60s jacket at Broad Ripple Vintage 6. Big party at Ritz Charles 10. Silent assents 14. Indianapolis Opera highlights 15. Fishers HS choir member 16. It’s pumped at the Monon Center 17. Palladium performer, ___ Gill 18. Syd’s and Muldoons 19. Turner or Wood of Hollywood 20. Abominable Snowman 21. Arab or Jew 23. The Blue Jays on Victory Field’s scoreboard 24. David & Mary Salon, e.g. 26. Arm waver’s shout (2 wds.) 28. First, at Abuelo’s 32. Ultimatum ender 33. “Way cool!” 34. Hunger twinge 36. Young’s accounting partner 40. Ossip Optometry interest (With 41- and 44-Across, Valentine’s Day message on the TV game show, “Concentration”) 41. St. Vincent ___ Center 44. Indiana State Fair barn mother 45. First Baptist Church sacred hymn 48. IU Health blood fluids 50. Crew need at Morse Reservoir 51. Well ventilated 54. Thesaurus offering 56. Peter Rabbit Day Care area 60. Indiana farm pen 61. I Love Sushi fish 62. Cooper, among the Manning boys, e.g. 64. Practice for the Indiana Golden Gloves 68. Brickyard 400 winner: ___ Earnhardt 70. Indy Dance Academy jump 71. Vampire slayer’s weapon 72. Hendricks County town 73. Arm bone in an IU medical school anatomy class 74. Eagle Creek Park nest 75. Response to “Shall we?” 76. Attention-gettting sound at CCPL 77. Model T starter Down 1. Blue hue of a Notre Dame jersey 2. Eiteljorg Museum tribe 3. Subtle suggestion 4. Certain prejudice 5. “It’s no ___!” 6. Toyland visitor? 7. Indy airport rental car company 8. Try hard 9. Inexpensive inn 10. Common Dads’ Club soccer game score 11. Use a soapbox at the Indiana Statehouse 12. Indiana Blood Center giver 13. Indiana DNR trap 21. Former IndyCar driver, ___ Fisher 22. Scottish Gaelic 25. Type of Westfield HS rally 27. Redbox rental: “Death Becomes ___” 28. Kind of school, like Brebeuf 29. They may be caught at Forest Park Pool 30. Sagamore Institute think tank nugget 31. Today’s Bedroom ___ 35. Marathon product 37. Bright sign at Carey Tavern 38. Swing to and fro 39. IUPUI session 42. Hi-___ monitor 43. Romantic rendezvous
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Treating local hearts with world-class care. Indiana University Health North Hospital delivers exceptional cardiovascular care to your community. From chest pain to heart failure, our team of cardiovascular specialists centers their care around you and your family. We not only offer local access to a Level One Heart Attack hospital, but you’ll also find the greater expertise and support of a nationally ranked healthcare system. When it comes to your heart, we’re just a beat away. 2011 U.S.News & World Report rankings
Learn more at iuhealth.org /northheart or call 317.688.DOCS to make an appointment
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