Lowell Middle School
LOWELL | Tri-Creek Schools Superintendent Debra Howe said she would like the town to waive $110,000 in public works fees for the learning center project, but that's a large chunk of change for the town, councilmen are arguing.
INDIANAPOLIS | If any item from among the more than $300,000 worth of kitchen equipment is missing from the new Lowell Middle School it seems no one would know.
Mark Lopez is the warm-up act. Pete Visclosky is the star.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Board named Kenneth Kramer the new Lowell Middle School dean of students and approved a host of other personnel changes.
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LOWELL | Students, teachers, and GFWC/IFC Lowell Woman’s Club members dug in recently to improve the Lowell Middle School grounds. Club Activities chairperson Terry Gasaway headed up a Woman’s Club’s Conservation service project by planting a fledgling tulip tree - Indiana’s state tree, Crim…
INDIANAPOLIS | Students at Valparaiso's Thomas Jefferson Middle School and Washington Township Middle School took top honors in the state in the 2012 Academic Super Bowl Junior Division.
GRIFFITH | Off and on, Jess Funston has coached boys basketball at Lowell Middle School for quite some time. And he likes the newest edition of the Red Devils seventh-grade team.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Board is moving on smaller projects not included in the Lowell Middle School's original construction.
LOWELL | Rebecca Pavich is the new Lowell Middle School principal following action Wednesday morning by the Tri-Creek School Corp.
Members of Colfax Masonic Lodge 378 removed the cornerstone Jan. 15 from the former Lowell Middle School.
LOWELL | Lowell volunteers are planning a Feb. 19 ceremony to open the time capsule found inside a cornerstone removed from the old Lowell Middle School.
LOWELL | A narrow ditch the Lake County surveyor's office recently channeled through a rural area south of Lowell carries a little winter runoff and a lot of animosity.
LOWELL | The sound of a jackhammer cut through the frigid air early Saturday morning as volunteers from the local Masonic lodge worked to remove the cornerstone from the old Lowell Middle School.
LOWELL | Members of Colfax Masonic Lodge 378 removed the cornerstone from the old Lowell Middle School. They plan to open the time capsule they found inside at a later date.
Nick Green, top left, and Greg Hedrick assist as fellow members of Colfax Masonic Lodge 378 remove the cornerstone from the old Lowell Middle School building Saturday morning.
CROWN POINT | Lowell Middle School's Show Choir performed a holiday concert for Wittenberg Lutheran Village residents in the chapel and then sang to residents as they enjoyed lunch in the main dining room at St. Anthony Home, both in Crown Point.
LOWELL | When they did it the first time, it was impressive.
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