As his name implies, Kenny Lone Eagle is a Native American. You know, the people we used to call Indians and whose butts John Wayne kicked in all those movies.
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EAST CHICAGO | Franciscan Physicians Hospital has a tradition of helping the children who live at St. Joseph’s Carmelite Home, and this Easter is no exception. But, what started as a hospital committee project turned into a project completely driven by Facebook groups wanting to help.
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LAKE STATION | Three Lake Station School Corp. educators posted comments on Facebook talking about "solving problems and needing guns," Police Chief Kevin Garber said Monday.
VALPARAISO | With construction of the five-points roundabout expected to begin soon, the city set up a Web page to help people deal with the schedule and road closings. There's even a video on how to drive in a two-lane roundabout.
HEBRON | A proposed ordinance dealing with protests at funerals drew a brief protest before it was approved Tuesday by the Hebron Town Council.
HAMMOND | Griffith Public Schools reached a settlement with three girls who were expelled after making Facebook comments discussing killing several classmates and teachers, according to federal court documents filed Monday.
MERRILLVILLE | Two Pierce Middle School boys will be suspended for making inappropriate comments to a female classmate.
Indiana legislators seem to be racing toward handing over state tax money to the Terre Haute company that owns the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. This has irony written all over it.
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VALPARAISO | Applications are now being accepted from charity organizations interested in sharing in proceeds from the annual Mayor's Charity Ball to be held July 26 at Central Park Plaza.
HOBART | A Crown Point woman broke into a friend's apartment then posed on Facebook with diamond earrings she had stolen, police said.
VALPARAISO | Orville is welcoming a very important guest on Sunday. Oscar.
LAKE STATION | Mayor Keith Soderquist expected to field questions from residents upset about the recent citywide boil advisory.
Were you planning to sit back and relax while watching Super Bowl XLVII? Think again. There’s a conspiracy afoot to get you to work during the game.
GARY | Another Chance Outreach Center is enlisting area residents to help the organization win a $25,000 The Home Depot gift card by voting in The Home Depot Foundation’s second annual Aprons in Action Facebook contest. Voting runs through Thursday at www.facebook.com/homedepotfoundation.
LAPORTE | Angry over offensive remarks about her on Facebook, a 16-year-old girl made a one-hour trip to LaPorte from Monticello to beat up a teenage girl responsible for the postings, LaPorte police said.
Readers of Newsweek magazine have recently been subjected to a difficult choice: continue their subscription online, or stop reading it completely. As of Jan. 1, Newsweek has officially switched to an online-only magazine.
Janell Burley Hofmann honored her 13-year-old son's "maturity and growth" at Christmas with his first iPhone, but it came with strings attached.
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