It was while doing the story about an alleged sexual assault at the Lake County Government Center that my premise began.
Mary Walker, middle, shares information with other gardeners, including Zona Tenorio, of Valparaiso, during the Learn Grow Eat: All About Soil class Wednesday morning at Sunset Hill Farm County Park. Horticulturalist Matt Brown talked about different soil types, testing and how to create a g…
Horticulturalist Matt Brown (left) works with gardeners Mary Walker, Zona Tenorio, Leonie Myrick, and Bonnie Sponberg, all of Valparaiso, and Donna Persin, of Westville, as he leads the class Learn Grow Eat: All About Soil at Sunset Hill Farm County Park in Valparaiso on Wednesday. Brown gav…
Horticulturalist Matt Brown offers examples of different soil types at a gardening program Wednesday in Valpariaso.
Schererville Town Councilman Jerry Tippy suggests alternatives Tuesday to the Lake County income tax plan during a meeting of the Lake County Council.
Lake County Council members David Hamm, far left, and Elsie Franklin listen while fellow Councilman Jerome Prince, right, talks about the proposed 1.5 percent income tax on Lake County residents Tuesday morning during a council meeting at the Lake County Government Complex in Crown Point.
Lake County Council President Ted Bilski speaks during the public discussion portion of the council's meeting Tuesday morning at the Lake County Government Complex in Crown Point.
The Lake County Council votes to approve the proposed 1.5 percent income tax on Lake County residents Tuesday morning at the Lake County Government Complex in Crown Point.
Lake County Commissioner Gerry Scheub calls the proposed 1.5 income tax mandated and unconstitutional during a County Council meeting Tuesday morning at the Lake County Government Complex in Crown Point. The council approved the measure 4-3.
Residents and officials attending the Lake County Council meeting Tuesday applaud Daniel Murchek, assistant county police chief and president of Lake County Police Association Local 72, following his remarks in support of the proposed 1.5 percent county income tax.
Pictured is The MegaBeatles jam from a past Beatles at the Barn event.
Tony Schroeder, division manager for Republic Services at the Newton County Landfill, shows one of several liners used at the the facility to form an impervious layer against pollution.
The methane-to-energy conversion plant at the Newton County Landfill produces enough gas to power about 10 small manufacturing facilities and currently pipes its gas to an egg carton manufacturing business bordering the landfill.
Republic Services official James Metros, a former Crown Point mayor, talks about the gas-to-energy operation at the Newton County Landfill.
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