Phil Potempa's weekly farm column recipe.
Carl Pyles raises a vampire decoration into a tree Wednesday at his houme in Kouts. Pyles and his roomate Brandon Johnston have put together their scary yard display for three years.
Brandon Johnston puts together his Halloween yard display at his home in Kouts on Wednesday. The display grows each year.
Kouts resident Brandon Johnston puts together a skeleton Wednesday in his front yard. Johnston and his roommate Carl Pyles have made a scary yard display for the past three years.
Brandon Johnston takes a moment to look at his front yard full of skeletons, monsters and decorations in Kouts. Johnston and Carl Pyles have put together their front yard scene for three years and have plans to make it bigger.
Brandon Johnston, of Kouts, puts together a skeleton in his front yard. Johnston and friend Carl Pyles have put together their front yard display for three years.
VALPARAISO | It took less than a minute for all of the positive vibes to get sucked out of Brown Field on Saturday afternoon.
While Steve Penrod, owner of First Class Deck in Hobart, was working on a deck project for a client, he also found himself helping construct a greenhouse for the same yard.
A black and white barn cat proudly patrols the side yard of the Potempa Farm.
If your garden or yard is feeling too small, expand your horizons without buying another square inch of property or doing much work. Just borrow some landscape.
A lot of used cars in the junkyard
It's a rite of fall -- green leaves turn red and gold and then fall as trees prepare themselves for winter. It's an excellent time to give your trees a good once-over.
Foreclosure Home For Sale Sign and House with Dramatic Sky Background.
Alyssa Nieto, a sister of the late Christian Choate, cries during the national anthem at the U.S. Steel Yard in Gary on Aug. 22, which was "Remembering Christian Choate Night" at the RailCats game. Christian's stepbrothers Anthony, left, and Justin Estrada, right, stand with Nieto.
Alyssa Nieto, a sister of the late Christian Choate, cries Monday night during the national anthem at the U.S. Steel Yard in Gary. Monday was "Remembering Christian Choate Night" at the Gary SouthShore RailCats game, and half of the proceeds from special ticket packages will be donated to th…
RailCats pitcher Nolan Nicholson throws off the mound against Shreveport-Bossier on Monday at the Steelyard in Gary.
RailCats catcher Mike Valadez, right, hands starting pitcher Carlos Rivas the baseball Monday during a game against Shreveport-Bossier at the Steelyard in Gary.
RailCats coach C.J. Thieleke manages the team Monday from the dugout while usual head manager Greg Tagert serves a one-game suspension for arguing Sunday.
RailCats runner Chris Carrara is tagged out at second base Monday by Shreveport-Bossier infielder John Johnson, 1, at the Steelyard in Gary.
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