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GARY | Gamma Psi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. will host its fifth annual wine tasting scholarship fundraiser from 7 to 10 p.m. June 7 at the Marquette Park Aquatorium.
GRIFFITH | The 400 block of North Cline Avenue in Griffith remains closed to all vehicular traffic through June 30 for storm sewer installation.
Retired Master Sgt. John Masson walks after losing both legs and part of his left arm when he stepped on an improvised explosive device in 2010 in Afghanistan.
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Offering perspective on today's issues
U.S. embassy post. Near the Libyan coast. Security weak. More protection they seek. Ignored week by week. Terrorists attack. Men bravely fight back. Defenders along. Left there on their own. To handle the raid. With no U.S. aid. No rescue plans made. The ambassador died. Three colleagues at …
Dan Engelbrecht, Munster | "I don't go to white sales. I visit my dad's grave and plant a flag, then attend a memorial service. I hang out with fellow veterans."
Robert White Jr., Hammond | "We get the family together and barbecue. We visit my grandfarther's grave; he was a Navy boatswain, also known as a BM."
Rick Uzubell, Valparaiso | "Watch the Indy 500 and cook out with family and friends."
While I applaud The Times and the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana's "Summer of Care and Share Food Drive," I find several problems with the concept. Perhaps further articles will clarify these areas.
Response to the April 11 article, "Will there be enough school bus drivers?"
Over the last few years the gaming industry in Indiana has been claiming it has problems showing a profit or breaking even, so in rides the boys in Indianapolis to attempt to right this trend!
Our intelligence is very good, but not good enough to read the mind of mobs. Even if we had enough soldiers and ammo, it still would have been very difficult to protect the Benghazi embassy and staff.
After reading the article about Sharon Patterson, the mail carrier who rescued the 90-year-old elderly woman, I am compelled to write about the wonderful men and women who deliver our mail every day. They know their people on their routes and know when something is just not right.
So, you believe everything the NRA (National Republican Agenda) and Rush Limbaugh tells you. The gun industry didn't make $11 billion last year.
A review of 12,000 papers on climate change, in the May 15 issue of "Environmental Research Letters," found 97 percent of scientists attribute climate change to human activities.
I'd like to thank Jack Arnett, executive director pf the LaPorte County Convention and Visitors Bureau, for sharing his thoughts on regional tourism issues. His column gets at the heart of why people in Porter and LaPorte counties are suspicious of Speros Batistatos' efforts to take over tou…
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