LOWELL | Despite unanswered jurisdiction concerns, the Town Council approved a memo of understanding Monday with Tri-Creek Schools that will put a Lowell police officer in the schools 20 hours a week.
INDIANAPOLIS | A rare Indiana House race without an incumbent running produced close results Tuesday for the Republican and Democratic nominations in the 11th District.
Hoosiers will cast ballots in Tuesday's primary election. Unless they are Boone Township residents casting votes solely on the school funding referendum, voters must request either a Democratic or Republican ballot.
On the face of it, there are five Indiana House and Senate races on the ballot Tuesday in Lake and Porter counties. Really, though, there are only three districts involved.
Phillip Kuiper is one of the candidates (D) for the Indiana State House -- District 11.
LOWELL | Democratic Town Councilman Phillip Kuiper said Saturday he plans to make a bid for the Indiana House seat being vacated by Rick Niemeyer, R-Lowell.
CROWN POINT | A lot of old faces will populate the new year's upcoming election ballot.
LOWELL | Some members of the town council want to head west.
LOWELL | Phillip Kuiper has spent all of his 50 years in this south Lake County community, growing up one block off the downtown where a department store, men's and women's clothing shops, two jewelry stores, a movie theater and more met locals' needs.
Lowell Town Council President Phillip Kuiper is proud to serve his community. With exciting initiatives on the horizon, Lowell is set to experience some wonderful developments in 2013.
LOWELL | A new voting alliance on the Town Council crossed party lines Thursday to name a new attorney, engineering firm and leadership.
LOWELL | Although it's still 2012, a looming shakeup became apparent during Thursday's Lowell Town Council meeting as Council President Phillip Kuiper, D-5th, offered up his resignation and nominated Councilman Donald Parker, D-3rd, for president.
The Lowell Town Council signed a 20-year contract this week to supply household trash to the proposed trash-to-ethanol plant in Schneider. What a foolish move.
After three years of waiting for Earl Powers to fulfill his contract of bringing a trash-to-ethanol plant to Lake County, solid waste district officials said Thursday their patience had run out.
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