American ice dancers Meryl Davis, left, and Charlie White perform their free dance during the team figure skating event at the Winter Olympics. Davis and White finished first in their event Sunday, helping the U.S. team to a bronze medal.
Fifteen-year-old Strat Westgate of Crown Point practices his biking moves at the Crown Point Skate Park Tuesday.
Fourteen-year-old Ryan Taylor watches as his friend Strat Westgate, 15, practices his biking moves at the Crown Point Skate Park Tuesday. Both are from Crown Point.
Fourteen-year-old Ryan Taylor of Crown Point practices his bike moves at the Crown Point Skate Park Tuesday.
Ana Dominguez, center, gets skating help from her friends Phillip Arteaga, left, and Olivia Reda at Deep River Waterpark in Merrillville on Thursday afternoon.
First-time "skater" Grace Roberts, 17 months, gets help from her dad, Michael Roberts, of Portage, Thursday afternoon at Deep River Waterpark.
Bob Schallenkamp, of Hobart, helps his daughter, Lindsey, get laced up at Deep River Waterpark.
MERRILLVILLE | Bob Schallenkamp of Hobart helps his daughter Lindsey get laced up at Deep River Water Park Thursday, January 3, 2013.
Dave Byers, assistant superintendent of Portage Parks, left, and Jim Franzen, ground maintanance supervisor of Portage Parks, take off old panels from the Woodland Park skate park Monday in Portage. The skate park will receive new panels to replace the old and worn-out wood.
Jim Franzen, ground maintanance supervisor of Portage Parks, begins to take off old panels Monday from the Woodland Park Skate Park in Portage. The skate park will receive 90 percent new panels to replace the old and worn-out wood.
The Lou Kutcha Memorial Bridge sits above the Lake George dam in Hobart on March 25. The bridge was dedicated in 1990.
Tristan Hoopingarner, of Portage, sits on his bike Friday at the Woodland Park Skatepark in Portage. Boarders and bikers hope the city considers rebuilding the skatepark.
Tristan Hoopingarner, of Portage, rides on his bike Friday at the deteriorating Woodland Park Skatepark.
Tristan Hoopingarner, of Portage, uses the Woodland Park Skatepark on Friday.
Tristan Hoopingarner, of Portage, rides on his bike at the Woodland Park skatepark in March.
Tristan Hoopingarner, of Portage, sits on his bike at the Woodland Park skatepark last month. Skaters and city officials will meet to discuss the future of the park.
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