Lake Station High School
Lake Station football players Isiah Schultz and Kody Lemley discuss the upcoming season.
PORTAGE | "I'm just hoping they'll make me a little more buff," Paul Cuellar said of his pending illustrated depiction.
HOBART | Each year the Hobart Kiwanis Club selects four seniors from three area schools to receive $1,500 scholarships.
LAKE STATION | Football has always been Marcus Dowdell's favorite sport.
There was an incident at the Lake Station Edison Junior-Senior High School where a veteran teacher had a threatening message on the chalkboard for the last class of the day. It looks, to me anyway, like this teacher is having problems and needs counseling and health care.
SOUTH HAVEN | The third-graders at South Haven Elementary School weren't sure at first who the man wearing Army fatigues was when he walked into their cafeteria Friday afternoon.
I didn't know George Amaya. But when Ken Kasper contacted me a few weeks ago to tell me the 2010 Lake Station graduate lost his life in a car accident, I was compelled to share his thoughts.
It seems like everyone these days has been inspired in some way or another by the Blackhawks' run to the NHL's Stanley Cup championship.
LAKE STATION | It took three years for basketball standout Ian Enriquez to realize he had made a big mistake by specializing in one sport.
Al Hamnik | The Times Lake Station senior Ian Enriquez, competing in track for the first time this season, specializes in the 400- and 1,600-meter relays for the Eagles and placed in the high jump and long jump at this week's Greater South Shore Conference meet.
WEST LAFAYETTE | From fun-loving tunes like the Village People's "YMCA" to music from classic movies like "Star Trek" and "Ben Hur," Purdue's annual All-American High School Band Day on Saturday will showcase music bands love to play and Americans love to hear.
PHOTO PROVIDED BY LAKE COUNTY SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT This year's winners in the T-Shirt Design Contest sponsored by the Lake County Soil and Water Conservation District are, from left, Caitlyn Fraser, Brittanie Arnold and Natasha Darcy, all from Lowell High School.
CROWN POINT | The Lake County Soil & Water Conservation District recently completed its annual T-Shirt Design Contest open to all Lake County high school students. Sixty-four designs were entered in the contest, and six received monetary awards.
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