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Bill Jackson, a member on the Dyer Stormwater Management Board, leads an open discussion on funding opportunities for a flood control reservoir during a city meeting in Dyer.
Gary Mayor Rudy Clay, left, talks with Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. during the Indiana Society of Washington, D.C., ball in 2009.
Shawn Pettit is a Merrillville Town Council member.
Hobart pitcher Brandon Murray is a junior who made his verbal commitment Friday to College World Series finalist South Carolina.
Sam Moore played both baseball and football for the Hobart Brickies before graduating in 2011.
Jordan Bailey not only raced in the Little 500 for four years, but he is the defending overall champion of the Valpo Triathlon.
Diana Garcia-Burns, director of the East Chicago Health Department, explains to residents at the John Nicosia Housing Complex the ways in which to treat bedbug bites and irritations.
Jason Sayre, a representative from Allied Cleaning Services, explains the pest removal process to residents at the John Nicosia Housing Complex on Friday.
Iraq war veterans Mario Aquino and Gisele Rios renew their wedding vows Saturday at the Edward P. Robinson Community Veterans Memorial in Munster. The couple, who now live in Highland, met in Baghdad in 2005 while stationed with the U.S. Army. They were married in a simple ceremony last year.
Shala Johnson and her daughter, Lineal Johnson, pick up school supplies courtesy of the K.Rimm Foundation at the annual back-to-school event Saturday at Seton Academy in South Holland.
Layla Ouarzazi sits for a butterfly face painting at the annual back-to-school event Saturday at Seton Academy in South Holland.
Lineal Johnson slides down a moonwalk slide during the annual back-to-school event Saturday at Seton Academy in South Holland.
Kim Thurman, founder and president of K.Rimm Foundation, assists Marke Taylor on the computer during the back-to-school event Saturday in South Holland. K.Rimm provides a mobile computer lab inside an old school bus for students to learn about technology in a fun and exciting atmosphere.
BOONE GROVE | Athletes sprint from the starting line at the second annual three-mile Mudathlon Saturday.
BOONE GROVE | Competitors race through a creek bed during the second annual three-mile Mudathlon Saturday.
BOONE GROVE | Jeff Van Buskirk (left) and Jenn Dawson negotiate a rope walking obstacle during the second annual three-mile Mudathlon Saturday.
BOONE GROVE | Anthony Fiorio of The Blue Wave team reaches to assist fellow teammate Karen Bulf across one of the obstacles at the second annual three-mile Mudathlon Saturday.
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BOONE GROVE | Christie Downing races up a creek bank during the second annual three-mile Mudathlon Saturday.
BOONE GROVE | Athletes compete against the elements as well as fellow competitors during the second annual three-mile Mudathlon Saturday.
BOONE GROVE | Competitors race up a creek bank during the second annual three-mile Mudathlon Saturday.
BOONE GROVE | Jennifer Collette from the Mud Ruts team races across the finish line at the second annual three-mile Mudathlon Saturday.
BOONE GROVE | David Irlow crawls under a wire obstacle in a mud pit during the second annual three-mile Mudathlon Saturday.
BOONE GROVE | Parker Bogdan races down a slide towards a large mud pit during the second annual three-mile Mudathlon Saturday.
Athletes kick off the ninth annual Valparaiso Triathlon with a 1/4-mile swim in Loomis Lake on Saturday.
Women's winner Chris Wickard accepts a drink from the water station located along the run course. Wickard finished in 1:03:18.
Jordan Bailey approaches the transition station after a 12-mile bike ride to prepare for the 3.2-mile run. Bailey won the men's race in 58:19.
Dr. Paul Sommer pushes Kyle Polhemus during the run segment of the Valparaiso Triathlon on Saturday. Polhemus was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy which has him mostly confined to a wheelchair. The team completed the triathlon in 2:07:15.
Roslyn Wilson works on her writing for the Summer Writing Adventures camp at Purdue University Calumet.
Candace Fleming, a children's book author, answers questions from students at the Summer Writing Adventures camp in Hammond.
David Conwell, the district manager for the U.S. Postal Service, speaks to residents regarding a possible consolidation of the Gary facility with the South Bend site.
State Rep. Vernon Smith, D-Gary, speaks at a meeting held by Postal Service managers regarding possible changes in the Gary processing and distribution facility.
Father John Kalicky recites the Litany of the Precious Blood at the grotto outside Immaculate Conception Church on Sunday in Whiting during the celebration of Corpus Christi, which is a Latin term for body of Christ.
Adam Lewandowski, a member of the Phyre Youth Group at St. John the Baptist Church, leads the processional carrying the cross Sunday in Whiting during the celebration of Corpus Christi at the Immaculate Conception Church.
A clown from the Calumet Clowns Inc. waves to onlookers during the annual Schererville parade.
Colin Young and Radley help raise funds for the Schererville Dog Park at Saturday's parade.
Gabriella Grahovac, left, and Madison Dieringer perform with the Tri-Town Raiderettes Dance Team during Saturday's annual Schererville parade.
Members of the group Becoming We the People join an international movement for cleaner energy with a Hands Across the Sand event Saturday at Whihala Beach Park in Whiting.
Becoming We the People members join an international movement for cleaner energy with the Hands Across the Sand event at Whihala Beach.
Marian Catholic's Becca Gray was 20-4 with a 1.20 ERA and also hit. 450 with 12 stolen bases. She will take her talents to Southern Illinois-Edwardsville.
Marian Catholic's Becca Gray is The Times Player of the Year. She batted .450 and was 20-4 on the mound in leading the Spartans to the East Suburban Catholic Conference title.
This Model A Ford convertible was part of the annual Driving the Dixie Classic Car Cruise that stopped Saturday in front of the Union Street Gallery in Chicago Heights on its way from Blue Island to Momence.
This 1955 Chevy BelAir convertible was part of the annual Driving the Dixie Classic Car Cruise on Saturday as it stopped at the Union Street Gallery in Chicago Heights.
Mike Bozzi and his wife, Barbara, sit in their 1952 MG TD on Saturday outside the Union Street Gallery in Chicago Heights. They were part of the annual Driving the Dixie Classic Car Cruise from Blue Island to Momence.
State Sen. Earline Rogers, D-Gary, who represents Calumet Township, talks about the strides Calumet High School appears to have made. Rogers was among those who spoke positively about the school at Tuesday's public hearing conducted by the Indiana Department of Education.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Bennett addressed the crowd June 14 at the public hearing conducted by the Indiana Department of Education at Calumet High School. Bennett encouraged people to talk freely about any opinions they have about the school and its progress or needs …
Dazrell Wheaton, a graduating senior at Calumet High School, celebrates Sunday as he shakes hands with School Board member Glenn Johnson during commencement ceremonies.
Calumet High School valedictorian Rachel Hartman speaks Sunday during commencement ceremonies.
Crown Point's Joe Hopman slides back to first base before Fort Wayne Carroll's Steven Remesnik can tag him out. The Bulldog's lost to the Chargers 9 - 2.
Crown Point's Aaron Orosz bats against the Fort Wayne Carroll Chargers in the semistate match up at Coveleski Field in South Bend on Saturday. The Bulldogs lost to the Chargers 9 -2.
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