Tim Sumner still recalls working summers at Inland Steel as a laborer.
HAMMOND | Many old-timers say today's youth just don't listen to their elders anymore. Too busy with social media and other silly nonsense, it's been suggested.
Former Major League Baseball player and 1966 Morton grad Darrel Chaney has plenty of stories to tell about his outstanding prep career and his 11 years with the Cincinnati Reds and Atlanta Braves.
GARY | The legacy of high school basketball in Gary doesn't have a close second.
HAMMOND | Anyone who went to Hessville on Wednesday night expecting the same old-same old got a rude awakening.
EAST CHICAGO | Adam Garcia couldn’t hide the excitement.
HAMMOND | Morton and host Hammond were looking for a "push" Friday night, like two marathon runners welcoming that cup of ice water in the face heading to the finish line.
HAMMOND | Morton boys basketball coach Kevin Dermody has bought more apples in recent weeks than an old guy with the first name of Johnny and the surname Appleseed.
HAMMOND | Travon Atkins is an extreme rarity. You'd have an easier time finding a winning lottery ticket than find what he is.
CROWN POINT | If you walked into Crown Point's gymnasium Tuesday night with a roster that was two weeks old, you were lost.
CHESTERTON | There were almost as many basketball coaches as fans in the stands Wednesday night for Chesterton's season opener against Morton.
MISHAWAKA | Lovie Smith says his Bears get off the team bus running the football.
MISHAWAKA | Head down, one knee on the ground, Eleazar Henderson wept at Steele Field in Mishawaka on Friday night.
HAMMOND | Elvis was once young, sexy and caught every eye as he danced in the middle of the stage. Then, he got fat and died.
There was a big party in New Prairie on Oct. 5. Several Griffith fans drove east to take in the Cougars' 48-0 win over LaVille.
HAMMOND | It's no picnic being an underdog in the tournament, despite what coaches and players say.
HAMMOND | The scoreboard burned bright in the northern end zone. A cold, crisp wind blew in from the lake over the top of the rectangular that read, “34-0.”
HAMMOND | It wasn't supposed to happen. No, not at all.
HIGHLAND | The joy was all around. The postgame celebration of last Friday's Class 4A Sectional 9 semifinal was as thick as a brick.
EAST CHICAGO | Morton coach Roy Richards told his players all week leading up to their sectional semifinal matchup with Times No. 9 E.C. Central that experience would be a key factor.
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