INDIANAPOLIS | State Sen. Lonnie Randolph, D-East Chicago, presided Thursday over the unveiling of two busts of trailblazing African-American Hoosier politicians, now on permanent display in the Statehouse.
The family of the late Katie Hall, the Gary politician responsible for the Martin Luther King Jr. national holiday, has established a foundation in her memory aimed at honoring public service and promoting education.
Susan Brooks’ 5th Congressional District campaign conducted internal polling in mid-April and the news was disheartening. She trailed the front-runner, former U.S. Rep. David McIntosh, by 20 points. Twenty points?
I am writing in regards to your article on Katie Hall. It seems our elected officials can do nothing wrong. You did mention her downfall, but why must we always be made to feel sorry for these people? Many of our jailed politicians feel the need to get out of incarceration for their children…
INDIANAPOLIS | Trailblazing female political leaders of Gary's present and past were celebrated Monday by the Indiana House.
The General Assembly approved a resolution Monday memorializing the late Katie Hall, a former state representative, state senator and Congresswoman from Gary.
GARY | History maker, role model, champion of the city and a loving family member.
GARY | Family, friends, and local residents remembered former teacher and public official Katie Hall as a love-filled person with a deep legacy of community service.
I don't recall the author of the quote, but someone once said that dying does not necessarily confer sainthood on a person.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Senate paused for a moment of silence and unanimously approved a resolution Thursday honoring the late Katie Hall.
GARY | Yesterday, the Honorable former United States Congresswoman (D-IN) Katie Hall passed away.
Katie Beatrice Hall, a former teacher with a four-decade political career who was responsible for sponsoring legislation to recognize Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, died Monday, a family spokesman said. She was 73.
INDIANAPOLIS | The state -- and national -- holiday honoring Martin Luther King Jr. might not exist today but for the steely determination and more than a decade of work by legislators from Gary.
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