4th Of July
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The 2014 Naturalization Ceremony was held at Wolf Lake Pavilion in Hammond, Ind. Friday July 4, 2014.Stephanie Dowell, The Times
Olivia Troxel, 2, plays with her flag hair bow after her mother, Rosario Gonzalez Troxel, back right, originally from Mexico, became an American citizen Friday during a naturalization ceremony at Wolf Lake Pavilion in Hammond. The Troxel family, including husband Rudy Troxel, lives in Wanatah.
Bartolo Morales smiles as his wife, Manuela, takes their picture after Bartolo became an American citizen Friday during a naturalization ceremony at Wolf Lake Pavilion in Hammond. Bartolo, originally from Mexico, lives with his wife in Hobart.
LAPORTE | LaPorte residents like their Fourth of July parade.
Here is a list of community events for the July 4th holiday.
St. Joseph is hosting a celebration of America's 238th birthday along the Lake Michigan shore that includes fireworks, music and a farmers market.
LAPORTE | The city's Fourth of July festivities are moving back to Fox Park where they were last held at least a generation ago.
July Fourth is a wonderfully over-the-top holiday. Which is why it would be a shame to offer up just basic grilled burgers at your cookout.
PORTAGE | The city's streets and sanitation workers have been named the grand marshals of this year's Fourth of July parade.
The Fourth of July always brings back memories of the Korean War for James Watkin, of Valparaiso.
HOBART | The Maria Reiner Center won the best parade entry in Hobart's recent Fourth of July parade.
SCHERERVILLE | Rookie of the year last season and possible champion in the making, Paul Shafer Jr., is hitting it on all cylinders at Illiana Motor Speedway.
Romantic sparks filled the air during two Fourth of July parades as a Lake Station police officer proposed to his high school sweetheart and a Whiting couple wed.
On Independence Day, we urge Americans to take time not only to celebrate, but also to recognize the responsibilities of citizenship. There's no free ride here.
LAKE STATION | The Lake Station City Council has rescheduled the date of its next regular meeting to 7 tonight at the city complex, 1969 Central Ave.
SCHERERVILLE | Different race car, same results – Eddie Hoffman winning at Illiana Motor Speedway.
Hammond Police Chief Brian Miller refers to them as the "13 days of hell."
LAKE STATION | The Lake Station City Council has rescheduled the date of its next regular meeting to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the city complex, 1969 Central Ave.
HOBART | This year's Fourth of July parade, A Celebration of the Hobart Family, will step off at 10 a.m. July 4 at Mundell Field. Serving as the grand marshals will be members of the Tom and Rosemarie Ehrhardt family, Mike Adams said. Adams is executive director of the Hobart Chamber of Com…
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