Former Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels took a ride in July 2008 at Hoosier Valley Railroad and Museum in North Judson.
St. Mary Medical Center CEO Janice Ryba speaks with Bishop of Gary Dale J. Melczek at a reception in Hobart in 2008.
Actor Sean Palmer, shown here as as Prince Eric in the "The Little Mermaid" musical, will depart from the lead in "Singin' in the Rain" on Sunday at Drury Lane Theatre Oakbrook because of an injury, according to the show's publicist.
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Monica Lowe and her husband, Mark Potis, both of Valparaiso, share a passion for baseball and cooking. Mark, an avid Chicago White Sox fan, and Monica, a native of New Hampshire and a Boston Red Sox fan, are shown in this 2008 photo enjoying a game between their favorite teams.
Charlie Blum Sporting His Costume as Professor Harold Hill from "The Music Man" with Shirley Jones in 2008
Charlie Blum donned his costume as Professor Harold Hill from 'The Music Man' when he met Shirley Jones in 2008 during her performance at Star Plaza Theatre in Merrillville. Jones played the female lead in the 2008 film of the same name.
The 44th governor for Indiana is shown in 2008, being honored during a presentation by current Gov. Mitch Daniels.
FOOD AND FAITH - - Times Columnist Philip Potempa (left) is shown with his mother Peggy and parish priest Rev. William Spranger in April 2008 with Easter food at the annual church gathering.
MUNSTER | Houses destroyed two years ago by floodwaters and a natural gas explosion have given way to new flood-resistant homes throughout the north part of town.
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