1. The people at the box office were rude. They took our money then refused to refund it. One of the coaching staff was also rude (The guy in the shirt and tie). Westside wanted this to be a home game for them. They should get there act together and make sure the officials are in place. So will Westside cut Andrean a check for the people who paid to get in? Andrean's fans will have to pay twice because of Westside's mess up. Way to go Westside, once again Gary's schools are shown in a negative light. I want my money back I can't make it tomorrow, I'll be contacting your AD
    August 31, 2012 9:46 pm on The official word: West Side vs. Andrean rescheduled to Saturday
  2. BOO freaking HOO, I was beat as a child, no one understands me. There are a lot of people in this world that had a lot wrost happen to them as children, they did not go kill an old lady for ten dollars and her car. Stop make excusses for our troubled youth. You don't like your situation, then make a better one. Go to school make a better life for yourself. There is no re entering society when you take a life. Who gave you the right to decide someone else should died because you can't follow the rules we have as a society. Ms. Cooper deserves to spend the rest of her days in jail. Mrs. Pelke will be dead forever, where is her second chance.
    July 15, 2012 11:21 am on Paula Cooper: Convicted of murder at 15, a Gary woman prepares for her 2013 release
  3. She should never get out of jail.....PERIOD. Paula should get a second chance the same day Mrs. Pelke rises from the dead. Let her rot in prison. Some of us work two jobs to send our kids to college but she gets a B.S. degree free via the public for making bad choices. No wonder so many kids choise the wrong path in life. Why work hard and do the right thing when I can go to jail and come out with a degree and a second chance. Paula deserves to spend the rest of her life in jail. This is one time that I don't mind paying for someone to stay behind bars forever.
    July 15, 2012 11:06 am on Paula Cooper: Convicted of murder at 15, a Gary woman prepares for her 2013 release
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