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Amy Lukas (left) and Mary Catterlin stand next to their hand-carved dugout on Oct. 1, 2012, on the Lake Michigan shore in Beverly Shores, shortly after returning from a three-month trip around the lake in the boat, which Mary began building four years earlier. The boat is featured in a new e…
People lined Chesterton's streets to watch the parade during last year's Wizard of Oz Festival.
People lined Chesterton streets last September to watch the Wizard of Oz Festival parade. The festival needs a new sponsor if it is to continue.
Taylor McCorkel, a freshman at Chesterton High School, paints one of the playhouse floats in last year's Homecoming Parade. Each class had a playhouse to paint. It then was auctioned off for specific charities after the parade. The school's building trades class built the playhouses.
Family, friends and representatives from Wilderness Inquiry, a nonprofit nature adventure organization, meet Amy Lukas, left, in hat, and Mary Catterlin at Broadway Beach in Beverly shores after they returned last fall from a trip around Lake Michigan in a handmade canoe that Mary began buil…
Wheeler High School held its homecoming parade in October before a football game. The parade began at Union Center Elementary School and proceeded to the high school.
LaPorte Mayor Blair Milo speaks in September at a news conference before a groundbreaking ceremony at the Thomas Rose Industrial Park. The event was held in honor of the 137-acre expansion of the park.
People gather at Central Park Plaza, awaiting the arrival of the Valparaiso High School homecoming parade.
An army of costumed characters from "The Wizard of Oz," including The Wicked Witch of the West, are staples at the annual Wizard of Oz Festival, which celebrated a 31st year in Chesterton in 2012. The festival could end this year if a new sponsor is not found.
Ross Township Trustee Joe Shudick, left, discusses the benefits of developing a disk golf course at Merrillville's Hidden Lake Park, with six-time disk golf world champion Brian Cummings.
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