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MICHIGAN CITY | Radiologist Dr. Margaret Cuomo challenged Indiana and its cancer rate, which she said was 9 percent higher than the national average.
CHESTERTON | For those hankering for butter crunch flavored coffee, almond coconut cake truffles or homemade sea salt caramel sauce, the European Market’s Mistletoe Market was the place to be Saturday.
PORTAGE | Bundled up and wrapped in blankets to ward off cold temperatures, children lined the curb in front of Frank Gilbert Park for the annual Portage Christmas parade Saturday afternoon.
VALPARAISO | “Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!”
Portage | Debra Richardson gingerly opened the box containing her treasure – a clock, made from a red vinyl 45 rpm Elvis Presley recording of “A Big Hunk O’ Love.”
VALPARAISO | Being fitted for a pair of concrete shoes usually never turns out well, but having a concrete canoe might not be too bad — if it was built by a group of Valparaiso University engineering students.
Valparaiso | Felt Christmas stockings and warm woolen mittens made in Nepal graced the window of the Valparaiso International Center at the facility’s annual Holiday Bazaar Saturday.
Grace Porter, 7, serves carrots to a hungry diner at the Salvation Army's annual Thanksgiving dinner Thursday afternoon in Valparaiso.
VALPARAISO | Grace Porter is learning early in her life to be thankful for her blessings and to give back.
MICHIGAN CITY | Wearing his trademark red sneakers, Garrison Keillor parted the curtains Sunday night and appeared onstage at the Purdue University North Central Sinai Forum at Michigan City High School.
HEBRON | Coaches Jeri Gearhart and Courtney Hale presented information to the MSD Boone Township School Board on FitStats, a physical activity tracking software program.
VALPARAISO | While the vet might not be a dog's favorite person, a group of Valparaiso University law students works to create lasting relationships between canines and a different kind of vet.
VALPARAISO | The afternoon autumn sun streamed through the stained glass windows and fell upon the color guard carrying flags down the aisle.
VALPARAISO | They were fathers, husbands, brothers and friends.
VALPARAISO | Turquoise, purple, orange, red and pink were just a few of the colors budding artists used to create Ukrainian Pysanky eggs Saturday at Sunset Hill Farm County Park.
VALPARAISO | Skeletons may be scary on Oct. 31, but on Nov. 2 they represent pleasant memories.
VALPARAISO | Pint-sized princesses, skeletons, vampires, Ninja Turtles, and Supermans took off Sunday in a flash at the start of the 1K Family Fun Run at the Monster Dash.
LIBERTY TOWNSHIP | Pit bulls ruled at the Coast-to-Coast Bully Walk at Sunset Hill Farm County Park on Saturday.
Louie, a pit bull, sniffs Seamus Sullivan, 7, of Portage, at the Coast-to-Coast Bully Walk on Saturday at Sunset Hill Farm County Park.
Pit bulls and their owners walk at the Coast-to-Coast Bully Walk on Saturday at Sunset Hill Farm County Park.
HEBRON | The Boone Township School Board honored a long-time staff member at its October meeting Tuesday evening.
VALPARAISO | Over a century ago, a Boone Grove farmer made an astounding discovery in his corn field.
Portage | Sampling homemade chocolates, sipping wine, and browsing fine art sounded like a good idea for three friends having a “girls day out” Saturday.
MICHIGAN CITY | A Michigan City native and the co-founder of Siri, the iPhone’s vocal “personal assistant,” was the guest speaker at the Purdue North Central Sinai Forum on Sunday at Elston Middle School.
VALPARAISO| The line stretched from Napoleon Street to Lafayette Street and doubled back.
PORTAGE | There was lots of thanks going around at a party Sunday at the Port Crossing Apartments clubhouse.
PORTAGE | Isaiah and three of his fellow golden retrievers relaxed in the grass at Holy Cross Lutheran church at a "Tail-Gate Party" introducing him to the community Sunday afternoon.
Valparaiso | Honey-soaked baklava, almondy amigdalopita cake, and anise and nut-filled paximathia scones were among the sweet treats lined up on a long dessert table at the Valparaiso Greek Fest at the Expo Center Saturday.
MICHIGAN CITY | Mentioning his time on the Barack Obama campaign trail coming through Indiana, Robert Gibbs brought some stories from the rural part of the state and the White House back to Michigan City.
VALPARAISO | As pop music blasted from overhead speakers Saturday, nearly 700 volunteers made short work of the annual Opportunity Enterprises Pack-a-thon.
PORTER | Four French voyageurs who were camped on the beach Saturday received some interesting looks from passing sunbathers.
Valparaiso | Valparaiso’s Brauer Museum of Art hosted an opening reception for two special shows representing a “chronological overview” of the major movements in art history Friday evening.
CHESTERTON | The main courses included Carolina BBQ pork belly sliders, ricotta gnocchi, tomato sausage penne pasta and spicy chicken rigatoni, while desserts included tiramisu and chocolate pot de crème.
VALPARAISO | They stood at attention in the pouring rain, hands on their hearts saluting the flag burning in the campfire.
KOUTS | The train ride from Chicago was 40 cents, and $2 purchased a room, meals, a boat, and a river guide.
Kouts | When gourmet chocolate and cheesecake-maker Jayne Baker heard about the Hammie Award at the annual Kouts Pork Fest, she knew what she had to do.
VALPARAISO | While thousands splashed in the lake and played in the sand at the Indiana dunes Sunday, two men responsible for that enjoyment were retracing their journey at the Porter County Museum.
VALPRAISO | The Not So Civil Servants duked it out with Big Bad Business in a friendly game of “Valparaiso Feud” at Party in the Park Saturday evening at Valplayso Park.
VALPARAISO | Nearly 50 people gathered Saturday evening at the Porter County Courthouse to learn about Indiana’s so-called Stand Your Ground law and how it affects them and their families and communities.
Boone Grove | The Porter Township School Board welcomed Jonah Parpart at its meeting Thursday evening, and Parpart thanked the board for allowing him to complete his Eagle Scout project at the Stanley Nature Preserve.
VALPARAISO | A family’s grief transformed into good Saturday at the Each Life is Precious Event and Walkathon at the Butterfield Pavilion in Valparaiso.
SOUTH HAVEN | Hundreds gathered Saturday on the 5-acre grounds of American Legion Post 502 to celebrate summer and pay their respects to veterans of all ages.
Residents of the Indiana Veterans Home in West Lafayette salute the flag as Sara Dailey, a Portage High School sophomore, sings the national anthem Saturday at the fifth annual Veterans Festival at American Legion Post 502.
James Spencer, a resident of the Indiana Veterans Home in West Lafayette, stands with other veterans from the home as the men were honored Saturday at the Veterans Festival at American Legion Post 502 in South Haven.
VALPARAISO | Children twisted themselves into human pretzels in the “world’s largest game of Twister” Saturday at Sunset Hill County Park.
VALPARAISO | Tim Gehrels’ goal for the evening was to raise enough money to build a clean drinking water well in Africa.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | After months of caring for their animals, 4-H’ers were reminded one last time Saturday evening of perhaps the worst part of the job.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | Vivienne Nicksic, 5½, was all smiles, her sparkly pink Hello Kitty T-shirt glistening in the sun.
VALPARAISO | The yipping and barking in Central Park Plaza on Saturday evening was enough to drive anyone crazy.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | Jane Maxwell had a $2,500 piece of cake for dessert Saturday evening.
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