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Third-graders step back in time

Third-graders step back in time

After a history lesson in the Old Lake County Courthouse, third-graders, from left, Brooklyn Adams, Jordan Siminksi, Melissa Hansen, Olivia Loskoski, Greg Brenner, Aiden Schorle, Eleni Naumoski and Lindsey Fish, received a civics lesson in modern-day government from Crown Point Mayor David U…

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Boy Scouts earn Electricity Merit badge

Boy Scouts earn Electricity Merit badge

Kenneth Jania, training director of the Lake County Electricians Training Center in Merrillville, oversees Mikey McDunn's circuit board project.

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Boy Scouts earn Electricity Merit badge

Boy Scouts earn Electricity Merit badge

Explaining polarity of magnetism to Brandon Meyers is Electricity Merit Badge counselor Mike Larson at the Lake County Electricians Training Center in Merrillville..

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Memorial Gardens Tour planned

Memorial Gardens Tour planned

Pictured is a resident at last year's event giving a presentation.

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Signature Series by Olthof Homes now available in Porter County

Signature Series by Olthof Homes now available in Porter County

For more than a decade, homebuilders throughout the US and Canada have been honored with prestigious Avid Awards for scoring the highest with their customers on surveys of the home buying experience. This year’s award recipients were chosen from a record number of 747 qualifying builders, ma…

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Theater group to host Trivia FUNdraiser

CROWN POINT | Do you find yourself yelling responses back at contestants for Jeopardy? Do you excel in games of Trivial Pursuit? If so, perhaps you have been subconsciously training for the chance to win prizes for your knowledge.

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Merrillville student re-registration scheduled

MERRILLVILLE | Merrillville Community School Corp. will host Student Re-Registration from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday at the Merrillville High School Freshman Center Cafeteria, Entrance I, 276 E. 68th Place.

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Hospital hosts Back to School Fair

HIGHLAND | St. Catherine Hospital is hosting a Back to School Fair from 3 to 6 p.m. today at its Highland office, 8141 Kennedy Ave. Free health screenings, as well as school physicals, immunizations, games, crafts, physician presentations and more will be available. Registration is required …

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Grinders season in full swing at Deep River

Grinders season in full swing at Deep River

HOBART | Bring the entire family out to watch the Deep River Grinders play baseball following the original rules of 1858.

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Grinders season in full swing at Deep River

Grinders season in full swing at Deep River

The Deep River Grinders play base ball the way it was played in 1858, with the striker (batter) out if the ball is caught on the fly or on one bound, fair or foul. There are no called strikes and a foul ball does not count as a strike.

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Start August with a WHAM After Midnight Bike Ride

August is packed full of events in the City of Hammond from start to finish, so don’t miss out on all the fun.

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Area deaths for Friday, Aug. 1, 2014

Boguslawski, Beverly J. (Kemling), 78, Formerly of Gary and Valparaiso

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Prairie State College dean earns program improvement certification

Prairie State College dean earns program improvement certification

CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Kim Marisa Kunce, dean of adult education at Prairie State College, recently completed an intensive two-year training as a Certified Manager in Program Improvement. This national certification makes her a member of an elite group of professional managers in the adult educat…

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Prairie State College dean earns program improvement certification

Prairie State College dean earns program improvement certification

Kim Marisa Kunce, dean of adult education at Prairie State College.

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Pence's principles have this Democrat's vote

Our Gov. Mike Pence seems to be a man of character along with principles -- like some other elected officials of our great nation America.

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Applause for sound reasoning on birth control issue

Thank you, Tammy Grdinich, for your comments on women and birth control. I echo your sentiments. I couldn't say that because I would be considered a "politically incorrect, sexist pig."

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Stop illegal immigrants in their tracks

American citizens going south into Mexico see these cargo trucks lined up for miles waiting to penetrate our borders.

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FDR's wisdom could fix a number of current problems

In the mid 40s, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt wanted to present the American people with a Second Bill of Rights, including a call for universal healthcare. But before he could, he died, and his Second Bill of Rights and universal healthcare died with him.

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Column on Costas was far too sweet

What's with the lead-off column in the July 20 Region Voices column?

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Jewelry classes set at art center

CHESTERTON | Mara Wible will be teaching a variety of Tuesday night jewelry classes during the month of August at the Chesterton Art Center. All classes will be offered at 5:15 and at 7 p.m. The cost of each class is $25 for members and $30 for non-members. No previous experience is required…

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Benefit concert celebrates mom’s generosity

Benefit concert celebrates mom’s generosity

Stephanie McFadden, left, and Jessica Shanholtzer of Centier Bank volunteer to work the front entry gate at last year’s event.

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Benefit concert celebrates mom’s generosity

Benefit concert celebrates mom’s generosity

VALPARAISO | Cody Hauber has seen his mother’s generous spirit in action and now he hopes to bring together the community on her behalf for a second benefit concert from 5 to 10 p.m. Aug. 9 at Central Park Plaza.

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Teen has ambitious plans to combine business and medicine

Teen has ambitious plans to combine business and medicine

Tony Dous has mapped out detailed plans for his future, and his determination has earned him the prestigious Fry Scholarship from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.

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