Year In Review
Hard to believe another new year is already upon us. Naturally, this is the time when one should be resolute and therefore make resolutions.
HAMMOND | A professor whose research contributed to a Nobel Prize, the awarding of a record number of degrees and the groundbreaking for a new athletics complex highlight an eventful 2013 for Purdue University Calumet.
CEDAR LAKE | The tussle over the future of the town’s Park Board continued in 2012, with two judges ruling on the matter.
The Times sports staff covers thousands of games, events, features and profiles each year, encompassing more coaches, athletes and fans than we can count. Some, however, stand out among all the rest.
HAMMOND | For Purdue University Calumet, 2012 has been a year of acquisition, recognition and realization.
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HAMMOND | A change of leadership, the opening of two academic and outreach facilities, and expansion of its dual credit program highlighted 2011 at Purdue University Calumet.
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Heather Pettit, center, and her sister Christina Curtis, left, and father Ralph Curtis, examine a guitar that was a Christmas present to Heather's 13-year-old son Logan, after a fire destroyed her New Chicago home April 20. Behind Heather, her husband Dan is comforted. Nobody was injured in …
Ana Palomo hugs her daughters Elena, left, and Karina, right, as husband Michael, far right, watches after they donated their hair Feb. 24 for St. Baldrick's Foundation at Bishop Noll Institute. Ana Palomo, who was diagnosed with cancer in August, said watching her daughters cut their hair w…
Police investigate complaints of a shooting July 4 in Hammond, IN. A male suspect was eventually found hidden in the back seat of a vehicle that crossed over state lines and was taken into custody. The Times had an exclusive ride along with Hammond Police Chief Brian Miller, second from right.
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