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Kathy Fischer, of LaCrosse, sprays some tree roots Saturday to keep them moist during the Porter County Extension Board Tree Sale and Workshop at the Porter County Fairgrounds.
David King speaks during Saturday's Youth Rally for Change at Indiana University Northwest in Gary.
Bishop Dale Melczek lays his hands on deacon candidate Stephen Grandfield, of Ogden Dunes, during an ordination ceremony Saturday at the Cathedral of the Holy Angels in Gary.
Tony Arduino joins neighbors Saturday during the annual Whiting townwide garage sale.
David Bochnowski, left, and Joi Patterson (right) help confer an honorary doctor of humanities degree on Bishop Dale Melczek during the Calumet College of St. Joseph annual commencement Saturday in Hammond.
Walkers begin the Visiting Nursing Association's 12th annual Stroll for Hospice on Sunday in Valparaiso.
Shawna Tubbs, left, and her daughter Kiley Tubbs, both of Valparaiso, sign a marker that will be placed along the Visiting Nursing Association's 12th annual Stroll for Hospice in Valparaiso.
Andrean student Helen Grunstein and her stage prop, Helen 2, greet visitors Thursday at the theatre department during an open house at Andrean High School.
Bishop Dale Melczek of the Gary Diocese blesses students from 11 schools Monday during the renewal of baptismal promises at the Celebration of Life service on the Dyer campus of Franciscan St. Margaret Health hospital.
Mike Prior, Circus City Amusement owner, enjoys a pork chop in the rain Saturday while waiting for the skies to clear so he can open the rides at the Lowell Labor Day Festival.
Nick Rodriguez and Stephanie Estrada, both of East Chicago, from left, and Brittany Mulligan, of Merrillville, clean up a parking lot Saturday in Portage. The Catholic Youth Experience participants teamed up with housing opportunities to clean residences as a service project.
Bishop Noll Institute valedictorian Julie Fornaciari addresses the audience Friday during the 89th commencement in Hammond.
Leslie Korzeniewski, owner of Elite Academy in Winfield, sorts the hundreds of gifts that were given to unprivileged families before the second annual Christmas party. In addition to the gifts, there were games and prizes, a disc jockey, Christmas carols, stockings for children, baskets for …
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