HAMMOND | Between 75 and 100 dogs from all over the Midwest and Canada will compete in events this weekend at Cabela's.
Blue, a black Labrador retriever, clenches a chew toy after leaping into a pool to retrieve it while practicing Friday at Cabela's in Hammond.
Bob Evans, of Elkhart, practices the Big Air event with his yellow Labrador retriever, Buckeye, on Friday at Cabela's in preparation for this weekend's Dock Dogs competition in Hammond. Indiana Dock Dogs will host two days of nearly 100 dogs competing in three different competitive events, i…
A black Labrador retriever named Blue shakes off water after practicing with handler Taylor Rivera, of Brownsburg, on Friday in preparation for the Dock Dogs competition this weekend at Cabela's in Hammond.
HAMMOND | The 30th annual Hammond Outdoor Show will return to the Jean Shepherd Community Center this weekend.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Redevelopment Commission on Tuesday approved a Walmart to be built on a site near Cabela's.
HAMMOND | Almost two years after the removal of a major obstacle to development at the Cabela's site, the area around the store appears ready to land its first tenant.
Property in the Gateway Promenade in Hammond likely will head to a Lake County sheriff's sale in the fall. The development stretches the 7900 block of Indianapolis Boulevard and includes the old Builders Square property.
Property in the Gateway Promenade in Hammond — locked in foreclosure proceedings since 2010 — likely will head to a Lake County sheriff's sale in the fall. The property at at Indianapolis Boulevard and Cabela Drive was formerly named the Interstate Shopping Plaza.
Hammond officials heralded the removal of the Cabela's site from the flood plain in 2011 as a necessary boost for the economic development of the area. Now in 2013, the city is considering plans for a 190,000-square-foot Walmart Supercenter at the site.
About 50 acres of the 100-acre site where Cabela's is located in Hammond remains available for development.
Cabela's arrived in Hammond to much fanfare in 2007, but the recession and flooding risks left the outdoor outfitter the sole occupant of the nearly 100-acre site. The city is now considering a Walmart Supercenter, which would take about 20 acres of the 50 acres that are still developable at…
The area around Cabela's in Hammond is picking up interest among developers, city officials say.
HAMMOND | New developments around the Cabela's location in Hammond are in the works more than a year after the site was taken out of the flood plain, a city official confirmed.
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Hammond Cabela's sales manager Jessica Cook, center, is congratulated for winning a Manager of the Year award during a celebration at the store on Wednesday. The store was named Store of the Year for 2010 by the company.
As part of the Little Calumet River levee project, a portion of the Cabela's Hammond property serves as a detention area in case of flooding.
Cabela's chief operating officer, Michael Copeland, far left, takes a picture of CEO and President Tommy Millner with employees from the Hammond store during a celebration at the store Wednesday. The store was named the company's store of the year for 2010.
HAMMOND | The sound of air horns, music and cheering filled a large tent Wednesday as employees celebrated Cabela's Hammond location being named the chain's 2010 store of the year.
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