The Nike Fuel Bands issued students in a fitness and nutrition class at Lowell High School plug into the students' school issued laptops.
Lowell High School students, from left, Mallory Leckrone, Nicole Sharkey, Hunter Jusevitch and Sarah Wieser show off their Nike Fuel Bands, obtained through a grant from the Tri-Creek Education Foundation. The bands plug into the laptops each student has been provided and give the students a…
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MERRILLVILLE | A computer class for beginners is offered from 7 to 9 p.m. Feb. 6 and 13 at Merrillville High School, 276 E. 68th Place.
Maywood Elementary School fourth-grader Christopher Smith works on the computer software BrainWare Safari on Thursday at the school in Hammond.
Maywood Elementary School third-grader Jeremiah Stanley works on the computer software BrainWare Safari on Thursday at the school in Hammond.
HAMMOND | A local man was charged Thursday in federal court with possessing and distributing child pornography.
CHESTERTON | "Bits and Bytes" will continue on Tuesday, Nov. 22, at Westchester Public Library, 200 W. Indiana Avenue, with Computer Basics 2. The session will take place from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The class is free, but registration is required as computer stations are limited to 15. The p…
Geek's Not Needed Owner Jeff Manzella works on a computer at his computer repair store in Hammond. Manzella charges a flat rate of $75 for any repair.
HAMMOND | The Hammond Public Library will host a class on the basics of email Tuesday at the main library location.
HAMMOND | A class on using a computer mouse will be at the Hammond Public Library's main location Tuesday.
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Portage High School freshman Sara Quiroz reads her textbook on Microsoft Office 2010 during a class on the Excel computer program.
Portage High School teacher Robin Halberstadt, left, watches her Computer Programming I students while they code a program.
Portage High School sophomore Kyle Feeney looks over a textbook while learning a computer program during class.
Students at Portage High School learn Microsoft Office 2010 during a recent business class.
Portage High School teacher Marjorie Slamkowski helps freshman Sara Quiroz with an Excel computer program.
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