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Headlines across the world have been filled with news of violence and intensifying conflicts in the Gaza strip, the Ukraine and Russia, and Iraq.
Chuck Huseman’s Texas Longhorn is a throwback to a different era of cattle ranching.
A group of coworkers first convinced Valparaiso's David Berdovich a few years ago to compete in Ryder System’s Top Tech competition, a contest testing the speed and precision of some of the nation’s best auto maintenance technicians.
A common decision for college students returning home in the summer is to find employment with a seasonal job to help pay for college expenses.
SCHERERVILLE | Collecting baseball cards isn’t quite the American tradition it used to be.
Several locals were among a group of 50 high school students representing 26 counties who tested their entrepreneurship skills while also experiencing campus life at Purdue University last week.
Around the time when General Motors prepares to announce its dealers of the year, Tom VanProoyen, the vice president and general manager of Schepel Buick GMC, can’t help but hold his breath before winning dealers are announced.
In my stubbornness, I rarely completely change the way I think about things.
MUNSTER | After making an appearance at Crown Point’s corn roast, True BBQ and Whiskey Bar opened its doors Tuesday, hoping to bring “a modern BBQ experience” to diners across Northwest Indiana.
Crown Point police Officer Jeff Eldridge and his canine partner Buddy drew quite the crowd Friday when Eldridge traded in his police uniform for a rainbow clown wig and a pair of Harry Caray glasses.
DYER | Victor Baird fondly remembers the Wabash Fourth District railroad from summers spent at his grandmother’s house in Wolcottville, Ind.
A team of 31 Purdue University Calumet advertising and marketing students placed first in the finals of the National Student Advertising Competition on May 30 in Boca Raton, Fla.
SCHERERVILLE | Two years ago, the Napleton Automotive Group first tossed around the idea of bringing the Italian-based Fiat to the region with the growing interest in the brand in the U.S.
With April coming to a close and May rolling in, I am assured of two things across high schools throughout the region: Unfortunate amounts of rain whenever I head out to the golf course and high school seniors panicking about college.
Like many people, I love the Olympics. I enjoy nothing more than sitting around a TV and watching competitive events like curling and bobsledding that I would normally never see anywhere else.
I have some not-so-breaking news: Bullying still exists.
There is a fine line between freedom of speech and hate speech.
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