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The Christmas season is in full swing now. I think our late Thanksgiving threw things off a little because we usually don’t do any decorating on Thanksgiving weekend and it’s normally the first Saturday in December that we go and pick out a real tree. I’m big on holiday traditions and our ro…
The Lansing Association for Community Events (L.A.C.E.) is hoping to recreate what was once a popular holiday happening in the community. L.A.C.E.’s First Annual Christmas Home Tour takes place Sunday with four homeowners opening their not-so-humble-abodes to be admired.
I believe that every family should have traditions. I had several growing up. I try to also create traditions for my children that will produce lasting memories.
The Wolffgang choir performing at the Lansing Autumn Fest in October. The group often performs for senior and veteran groups around the Region.
It’s an unlikely pairing - a group of high school choir singers that have become sweethearts of the region’s war veterans. While the elite singing group that calls themselves Wolffgang does sing a variety of timeless classics that appeal to a mass audience, they’re best known for their rendi…
The Wolffgang Choir after a performance at the 4th annual Veteran Appreciation Dinner in Lansing last April.
Members of the Wolffgang Choir perform at the Lansing Autumn fest in October.
The holiday season is here and I’m typing up my column in the midst of turkey and stuffing and pie and much good spirit surrounded by family. Thanksgiving is a once a year deal where the world seems to slow and the most important thing is gathering around the table with those you love. Every…
Brandon Steinweg is thankful for his home.
Nicole Vasquez is thankful for God.
Ralph Barnes is thankful for shelter.
David Tate is thankful for his family.
Ramsey Johnson is thankful for his family and his house.
Jayla Taylor is thankful for her family and her house.
Kendall Genford is thankful for shelter.
Cesar Gutierrez is thankful for freedom.
Natalie Diaz is thankful for her home.
Messiah Selby is thankful for the four needs — food, shelter, water and air — his computer and the U.S.A.
Antwain Moton is thankful for snow.
Dezja Thomas is thankful for shelter
Deshawn Franklin is thankful for good grades.
Owen Smith is thankful for the food he gets.
Deja Walter is thankful for food.
Alyssa Tucker is thankful for friends.
Christian Smith is thankful for snow.
Tyson Howard is thankful for being an American.
Brianna Del Real is thankful for food, shelter, books, my parents and my sisters.
Rojam Major is thankful for swimming.
Monday is one of the highlights of the year at the Lansing Historical Museum. The museum will open its annual Festival of Lights exhibit following the Lansing Historical Society’s November meeting at 6 p.m. and a holiday performance by the Wolffgang Choir from Hobart High School. The event i…
Last weekend, I attended the seventh annual Evening of Thanks dinner at the Serbian Social Center in Lansing. The event is organized by the Lansing Volunteer Recognition Committee, made up of eight individuals who make contact with the many churches, schools and civic organizations in Lansin…
I wish I had more time for reading and most of my reading seems to happen in the summer. I’m not big on fiction and what I most enjoy reading are autobiographies and biographies. The last two books I’ve been reading as we moved out of summer and into fall are those of two local people who fo…
LANSING | Members of the Lansing Historical served up a traditional Thanksgiving meal to the clients and employees of LARC recently. LARC is an organization that provides support for adults with developmental disabilities.
The American Legion Auxiliary Edward Schultz Unit 697 will host its pancake breakfast on Nov. 9 at the Post, 18255 Grant St. in Lansing. The breakfast will include pancakes prepared by the Lansing Copper Muggers, scrambled eggs, sausage, fruit cocktail and choice of coffee, milk, or juice.
LANSING | On Saturday, the gymnasium at Thornton Township High School in Harvey filled with alumni, former staff, community leaders and supporters who gathered to honor the tradition of excellence in athletics at the school and one athlete in particular, Lou Boudreau.
When I was 16, I was involved in the office education program at my high school. My first office job was in the district office working for the superintendent, district administrators and all of their assistants. I made fast friends with the dozen or so secretaries in the office. All of them…
For the past several years, the International Thespian Society has held a food drive in late October called Trick-or-Treat So Kids Can Eat. This service project is done by chapters throughout the country and each year students from Thornton Fractional South High School’s drama department tak…
Pictured is the Chamber's Executive Director Renee Hale.
Pictured are players on the U14 Lansing Green Hornets.
LANSING | The teams from Lansing that are part of the Northwest Indiana Soccer League wore pink socks during their games this month in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
LANSING | The Lansing Area Chamber of Commerce is offering a limited edition ornament for the holidays that commemorates Lansing's 120th year. Ornaments are available at the Chamber office while supplies last.
Paul and Carol Schultz dress in period clothing to sell Cracker Jacks and Sarsparilla at the vintage baseball game. Paul Schultz is president of the Lansing Historical Society and he also led a historical bus tour during the Lansing Autumn Fest.
Sisters Toni DeLaurentis and Marti Benne dress in period costumes for the vintage baseball game at Winterhoff Park during Lansing Autumn Fest.
Carrie Steinweg, Lansing Historical Society vice president and Rich Dust, Lansing Historical Society director organized the game held between the Lansing Brickmen and the Munster Centennials as part of Lansing Autumn Fest. Steinweg was scorekeeper for the game and Dust was the umpire and man…
LANSING | As part of Lansing Autumn Fest, a vintage baseball game was held at Winterhoff Park to continue the celebration of the 120th anniversary of Lansing's incorporation as a village.
Not a day went by that Walter Rather didn’t recognize what a blessing it was to be alive. After serving during World War II in Europe, where he was wounded twice and survived fighting in the D-Day invasion and the Battle of the Bulge, he expressed often how lucky he felt he have come home.
Way down in the Southern end of the state is a charming little town called Santa Claus and in the summer months, when the Holiday World Amusement Park (formerly known as Santa Claus Land) is open daily, the number of visitors exceeds the number of residents many times over.
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