Goodwill Nurse-Family Partnership Lake County celebrated their 2nd client graduation on Friday, September 29, 2019. Healthy and happy toddlers celebrated the event at Bellaboo’s Play and Discovery Center in Lake Station. This year’s graduation was the largest graduating class to date, with 3…
The Lowell High School class of 1959 met at McVey's Restaurant on Aug. 31 for their 60th year reunion. Fifty classmates and guests came from Tennessee, Wisconsin, Florida, Texas, Colorado, Illinois and Indiana.
Andrew Karr built 10 bat houses for Creekside Golf Course for his Eagle Scout project. Recently, he was recognized at his Eagle Scout Court of Honor. Andrew (center) is pictured with his older brothers, Daniel and Brian, who are also Eagle Scouts from Troop 906 in Valparaiso.
Dr. Alexandra Marie Arges, formerly of Winfield and now of Chicago, recently completed her four-year residency in internal medicine and pediatrics at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine and Pediatrics.
On Nov. 14, Goodwill Nurse-Family Partnership Lake County celebrated their first client graduation.
The Kelley School of Business would like to congratulate Katie Graff, a graduate of Chesterton High School, for receiving the Linda L. Thiel Memorial Scholarship in Information Systems and Decision Sciences.
Many blessings as you start your new career in management information systems and technology. We are so proud of you!
On June 10 an extraordinary situation shall take place at East Chicago Central. The great-grandchildren of three deceased brothers will graduate together, and the granddaughter of one brother will be handing them their diploma as a school board member. The brothers are Henry Dawkins, James D…
Wesley D. Umbower was awarded the Archer Daniels Midland Award for Excellence in Chemical Engineering. The award is presented annually to a graduating senior in chemical engineering who is considered by the faculty to be the most outstanding, based on scholastic achievement, extracurricular …
From a highly qualified field, Jamie Zega, an Indiana University senior, has won the first-ever Bill Walsh Scholarship, named for the late author of three books and editor of news at The Washington Post.