MERRILLVILLE | Merrillville High School S.T.A.N.D.(Socially Together and Naturally Diverse) students visited with their Pen Pals from John Wood Elementary School earlier this week.
MERRILLVILLE | Nadia Duke is a junior at Merrillville High School with a passion for her community and learning about the world around her. She balances her responsibility as the Director of Cultural Affairs in Socially Together and Naturally Diverse (STAND), a server in a local restaurant, …
MERRILLVILLE | The STAND, (Socially Together and Naturally Diverse) club had its annual International Dinner on April 27.
Students in Mary VanDeursen's third-grade class at Salk Elementary School listen intently as Katy Guzek, a Merrilville High School junior, reads them Friday morning during the Time Out for Reading program. Guzek is wearing a clown's red nose, part of the program's "stick your nose in a book"…
Paige Mills, a Merrilville High School junior, reads Friday to Barb Law's third-grade class at Salk Elementary School as part of the Time Out for Reading program.
Hunter Mehl, 7, and his family want to open a lemonade stand at Festival Park in Hobart in memory of his late great-grandmother Jane Luke. The stand would be called Grandma's Lemonade for Riley's, and proceeds would go toward Riley Hospital for Children, where Hunter received care when he wa…
Hunter Mehl, 7, sits Monday in Festival Park in Hobart. Hunter and his family, who live in Hobart, hope to get the city's approval to open a lemonade stand at the park and donate the money to a hospital for children.
Hunter Mehl, 7, with help from his parents, hopes to get approval next week from the city to open a lemonade stand at a local park and raise money for a hospital for children.
Hunter Mehl, 7, has talked about opening a lemonade stand at a Hobart park for several years, said his mother, Nancy Mehl.
A young couple display a hazard sign on the road as they look at the engine on their car. Horizontal shot.
Tim Verduin casts his fishing rod into a backyard pond while Aston Davies, 8, fishes with Liz Davies watches at the Verduin home in Beecher. The Verduins hosted a rally to oppose an airport proposed near Peotone that would be within view of their home.
Clifton, Ill., landowner Joe Biedenharn points out the eight-mile track of land for a proposed south suburban airport to Wilma Lithart at a Shut This Airport Nightmare Down! rally Sunday in Beecher. The group opposes the proposal to build an airport near Peotone.
Beecher resident Jim Verduin points to his property Sunday at a rally he hosted at his home for the group Shut This Airport Nightmare Down! An airport proposed near Peotone would place a runway within view of his home.
MERRILLVILLE | The STAND, (Socially Together and Naturally Diverse) club had its 7th International Dinner on Saturday, May 14 at Pierce Middle School.
Portrait of beautiful girl enter in the grey automobile and looking at camera.
Political science teacher James Stamper and daughter Emerson Stamper, 3, both of Munster, enjoy a Martin Luther King Jr. brunch hosted Saturday by the student organization STAND (Socially Together And Naturally Diverse) in the Freshman Center at Merrillville High School.
Freshman Jose Medina plays the trumpet Saturday during a Martin Luther King Jr. brunch hosted by the student organization STAND (Socially Together And Naturally Diverse) in the Freshman Center at Merrillville High School.
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