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PORTAGE | Rodney Krueger and daughter, Victoria, left on a bike ride Monday. By Saturday, they made it to their destination, the Indiana-Kentucky state line, by way of U.S. 41.
VALPARAISO | Libbie Gilliland hopes a golf outing helps raise a lot of money for pediatric brain tumor research.
SOUTH HAVEN | Brad Gary has been volunteering at the South Haven Boys & Girls Club for about six years, helping to instill good sportsmanship in members.
CHESTERTON | Karen Phipps Giordano hopes she makes a difference in at least one woman's life.
VALPARAISO | Allison Robertson hopes to educate more women about the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer.
VALPARAISO | Sandy Ragon thought she and her daughter, Nicole, were getting facials Friday morning.
PORTAGE | Joshua Rocha, of Hobart, hopes people never forget his father, Gabriel Rocha.
VALPARAISO | Debra Yerga may have lost 31 inches of hair, but she is now $4,000 richer.
PORTAGE | The Portage Township YMCA kicked off We Build People, its annual support campaign, with a breakfast Wednesday morning.
VALPARAISO | Opportunity Enterprises hosted its Celebration of Achievement breakfast at Strongbow Thursday morning.
VALPARAISO | Dr. Brian Hold hopes to have a lot of appointments on Friday at his chiropractic practice, Hoosier Chiropractor.
VALPARAISO | Margy Boyce loves to be creative and has a flair for fashion designs when it come to decorating homes.
HOBART | Road to Life Church in Chesterton is going on the road Sunday.
VALPARAISO | About 150 people attended a "roast" at Strongbow Inn for Chuck Leer, who is leaving the Porter County Boys & Girls Club after 40 years as its president.
VALPARAISO | Abby Johnston and her mother, Madeline, are in Houston for the NBA All Star game.
UNION TOWNSHIP | Four days after Colin Mosley's first birthday his family found out he had leukemia. Now 3-1/2 years old, he is having complications from the bone marrow transplant he received in 2010.
PORTAGE | Members of Portage Community Garden will be growing vegetable for local food pantries this year.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso University's Harre Union was a sea of red Friday morning for Go Red for Women.
VALPARAISO | Every Thursday a group of ladies gets together to knit and crochet items they eventually donate to good causes.
VALPARAISO | The St. Paul Middle School speech team has a lot to be proud of. The 47 members of the team won all three of their meets this season.
VALPARAISO | Lynne was thrilled to have a Christmas tree in her home this holiday season.
VALPARAISO | The Christmas for the Elderly program raised $45,297.50 to help people in the community this holiday season.
UNION TOWNSHIP | Kendyll Pennington has watched her mom and stepdad take care of their son for the past six months and is amazed by their faith.
HEBRON | Ray, 59, hopes he can one day be more mobile.
PORTAGE | Knowing she can get help at the push of a button, Sandra, 71, feels safe in her home.
VALPARAISO | Karen is getting ready to head back to the hospital. She will be spending the Christmas holiday in the hospital as she undergoes artificial stem cell replacement in her foot and leg.
CHESTERTON | A year ago Rusty Schultz, of Valparaiso, and his family got some news that has changed their lives.
VALPARAISO | Jeffrey hopes to regain his strength and one day volunteer again.
WHEATFIELD | Ernest, 82, loves to smile and is happy-go-lucky but he can still use some assistance with a shower chair and a walker with wheels.
PORTAGE | Daniel doesn't get around like he used to.
VALPARAISO | Lynne would love to have a Christmas tree in her home for the holidays for Zachary Binx and Carter.
One step at a time: Visiting Nurse Association collecting money for Christmas for the Elderly program
VALPARAISO | Courage. Brenda has a lot of that to get through her daily routine.
Tim Engel and Barnabas recently traveled to the East Coast to see the damage that was affecting people through Hurricane Sandy.
SOUTH HAVEN | Don, 87, would not be able to live alone without help from the Christmas for the Elderly program. He received help a couple of years ago including a lift chair, Lifeline and a companion homemaker.
VALPARAISO | Donna Krawczyk has been taking care of her 88-year-old mother, LaVerne McGuirl, for about 10 years and knows what it's like to work full time and be a caregiver.
PORTAGE | "The 39 Steps," a comedic-whodunit based on the Alfred Hitchcock film, will be performed on stage at Portage High School beginning tonight.
VALPARAISO | Vale park Animal Hospital has been busy collecting donations for Hurricane Sandy Relief.
VALPARAISO | Porter County Give Day brought in $186,038 to help 17 local nonprofit organizations that address homelessness or provide shelter services. This total reflects all donations — online, in person and the match pool.
VALPARAISO | Myron Knauff, 93, was happy to donate Thursday morning to Porter County Give Day.
PORTER COUNTY | Chuck Herman loves to carve wood creations and enjoys being in the Duneland Woodcarvers club.
Valparaiso High School graduate Julia Chappell joined 600 other journalists last week as they watched the second presidential debate at Hofstra University.
VALPARAISO | Dona Henry remembers her mom telling her stories about dancing in a marathon back in the 1930s in Gary. And because of those stories Henry is planning a 24-hour dance marathon to benefit Chicago Street Theatre.
CHESTERTON | The NET (New Experiences Together) Youth Ministry presents a chili cookoff and silent auction from 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 5 at Chesterton United Methodist Church, 434 S. 2nd St.
VALPARAISO | Pop country singer and Northwest Indiana artist Lexi Elisha will open for country superstar Clint Black at a benefit concert in December.
VALPARAISO | Sevenglory, Red Umbrella and Urbanites will perform Christian and secular music at 7 p.m. Sept. 14 at the Porter Amphitheater in Central Park Plaza.
VALPARAISO | The Valparaiso Doll & Bear Show will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 9 at the Porter County Expo Center, 215 Division Road.
CHESTERTON | Mimi and Adam Schultz are overwhelmed with the outpouring of kindness people have showed their family over the past few months.
VALPARAISO | Every Tuesday and Thursday, about 20 youngsters get together at the Valparaiso Family YMCA to show what they can do.
CHESTERTON | Lisa Hood hugged the bear her son, Bret Laczynski, held during his last days at hospice.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | Janis Adinolfi is grateful her son will be receiving a portable defibrillator this week -- thanks to the Valparaiso Lions Club.
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