Opinion, according to Webster, is defined as a belief or judgment that rests on grounds insufficient to produce certainty. It is a personal view, attitude or conclusion held with confidence but not substantiated by practical knowledge or proof.
Both Democrats and Republicans have decisions to make in the Lake County sheriff's race. Each party's nominee will be chosen May 6.
John Buncich was first elected Lake County sheriff in 1994 – a generation ago by most standards.
CROWN POINT | Maybe it's the uniform, but Lake County Sheriff John Buncich is the most attractive candidate on the ballot to political donors.
Incumbent John Buncich, Richard Ligon and Oscar Martinez Jr. are the candidates (D) for Lake County Sheriff.
Some people will go to any length to get elected.
GARY | Lake County sheriff candidates will discuss issues in an April 8 forum at Indiana University Northwest.
When the dust settled Friday as filing closed for the May primary elections, I couldn’t help but think the Lake County Democratic Party had lost its swagger.
CROWN POINT | Richard Ligon, former Gary public safety director, filed his candidacy Tuesday for Lake County sheriff in 2014.
Former Lake County Sheriff Roy Dominguez is suggesting there is a hew and cry for him to run for county auditor.
CROWN POINT | Former Lake County Sheriff Roy Dominguez is contemplating a new foray into county politics.
It was a good 30 years ago when Gary Mayor Richard Hatcher and the city’s precinct organization bolted from the county Democratic convention.
ST. JOHN | Lake County police Sgt. Oscar Martinez will make another run in 2014 to become sheriff.
CROWN POINT | Col. Richard Ligon, former city of Gary Public Safety director, has formed an exploratory committee to consider running for Lake County sheriff in 2014.
CROWN POINT | A veteran Lake County officer thinks he is making Sheriff John Buncich nervous about his political future.
Gary mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson introduced her new police chief, fire chief and director of public safety on Wednesday.
EDINBURGH, Ind. | Standing precariously in the wreckage of a chemical weapons factory, Dwayne Hunter, of Gary, had to find a way to move a 55-gallon steel drum and 14 people to safety using only a few long boards.
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