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Munster police ask donations for Night Out party Aug. 5

MUNSTER | The Munster Police Department is seeking donations to help offset the cost of the National Night Out Against Crime celebration.

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Was your family affected by World War I?

Was your family affected by World War I?

The recent 100th anniversary of the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, which prompted the start of World War I, is an occasion to reflect on that war. Was a member of your family in World War I? Please share your experiences. Send your letter to letters@nwi.com or to Letters, The Times, 60…

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Vote in poverty poll

Have you cast your vote yet in our quick poll on poverty? Go to www.surveymonkey.com/s/BY6NGW5 to get started. It takes only a few minutes to respond.

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Summer Music in the park series continues Tuesday

Summer Music in the park series continues Tuesday

Summer Music in the park series continues Tuesday with the Hobart Area Concert Band.

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Effort to review IRS scandal should be bipartisan

I think Democrats had better start supporting Republican efforts to get to the bottom of the IRS scandal targeting Conservative groups prior to the last presidential election.

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What is Calumet City really doing on the immigration issue?

As an ex-resident of Calumet City and constant opponent to the “safe zone” created by the City Council for illegal immigrants, I would like to ask the council members what they are doing for the mass influx of immigrants coming across our southern border?

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Obama administration failing to lead on immigration issues

The president takes an oath to uphold the Constitution and faithfully execute the laws of this nation. The disaster occurring on our southern border demonstrates what happens when the president doesn't do that.

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Grant same-sex couples equal treatment under civil law

I don't see what the big issue is about married couples (man and woman) and same-sex couples. If they want the same rights under law (civil), they should have them.

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Abraham Lincoln said

Abraham Lincoln said

“It is difficult to make a man miserable while he feels worthy of himself…”

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Today In History: July 14, 1914

The remains of Thomas A. Shea, superintendent of Simplex Railway Appliance Co. and one of Hammond's leading citizens whose death occurred in Rochester, N.Y., arrived at 7:45 this morning in Hammond over the Michigan Central.

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YOUNG VOICES: Ignorance, apathy are steering gun-control efforts

YOUNG VOICES: Ignorance, apathy are steering gun-control efforts

Is ignorance worse than apathy, or are they of equal stature?

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GUEST EDITORIAL: Easy Illinois voting ripe for fraud

Gov. Pat Quinn said he wants voting to be "as easy as possible." Well, mission accomplished. It's so easy now, we fear for vote fraud.

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Chef wins two awards at 2014 Taste of Care Porter County

Chef wins two awards at 2014 Taste of Care Porter County

PORTAGE | Rittenhouse sweeps every category at the 2014 Taste of Care.

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Chef wins two awards at 2014 Taste of Care Porter County

Chef wins two awards at 2014 Taste of Care Porter County

Chefs Matt Colvin, Justin Frederick, Justin Evans, Patty Alexander, Leland Anderson and Joann Quade.

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Leadership LaPorte County seeks applications

LAPORTE | Leadership LaPorte County is accepting applications and nominations for the 31st year of leadership training for people in LaPorte County.

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Concert, film series continues

CHESTERTON | Westchester Public Library’s free concert and family film series continues on Friday In Thomas Park with Mo’ Beat Blues.

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AHEPA walking with a purpose

AHEPA walking with a purpose

Checked in and ready to walk with Ronald McDonald in the Sojourner Truth House Walk last month are members of the Gary/ Merrillville Chapter 78 of the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association. The 33 AHEPA walkers raised $5,505 in donations by 80 individuals, some from as far aw…

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Engineering professor at VU receives prestigious national award

Engineering professor at VU receives prestigious national award

For computer and electrical engineering department chair and professor Jeff Will, his dedication has been acknowledged on a national level through an American Society of Engineering Education National Outstanding Teaching Medal.

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Meals on Wheels of NWI volunteer treated to liunch and awards

Meals on Wheels of NWI volunteer treated to liunch and awards

Frank Venhuizen, left, president-elect of the Meals on Wheels of NWI Board of Directors, congratulates James Sullivan, Presidential Service Award Silver recipient for 250+ hours volunteered in the past year.

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Sign up for PUC Engineering Summer Camp

HAMMOND | Building an air conditioner, learning how airplanes fly, making and testing concrete, and gaining insights into how tall buildings are designed are in store for middle and high school students who participate in Purdue University Calumet’s Engineering Summer Camp, July 21-25. The a…

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