Articles Tagged “Community News”

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    House tours at the Wolf Mansion

    To start off spring in style, take a trip back in time, back to the 19th century. Clement and Lynda Khan will be hosting house tours at the Wolf Mansion this month. The house was…

  • Earth Day 2011

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    Earth Day 2011

    Each year, Earth Day – April 22 – marks the anniversary of what many consider the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. Although mainstream America remained oblivious to environmental concerns, the stage had…

  • Active-Duty military to receive free admission

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    Active-Duty military to receive free admission

    The courage, selflessness and extraordinary physical and mental talents of the U.S. military are on display annually during the Indianapolis Air Show. Because of the event’s strong ties to our country’s protectors, event organizers hope…

  • Children's Organ Transplant Association

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    Children's Organ Transplant Association

    April is Donate Life Month. The Skinner family from Rochester, Minn. will undoubtedly be celebrating this month. Their lives have been forever changed because of a family who chose to donate their child’s organs to…

  • Short Takes

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    Short Takes

    COMMUNICATION WEEK Indiana University Northwest The Indiana University Northwest Department of Communication and the Indiana University Northwest Communication Association invite the community to a series of free presentations in recognition of Communication Week, scheduled for…

  • South Haven Boy's & Girls Club Honoree

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    South Haven Boy's & Girls Club Honoree

    by Mike Siroky When Robin Fraley walked into the Boys & Girls Club of South Haven, she never guessed she was entering the place that would become a refuge. In return, the club never could…

  • Local Veterans always helping children

    Local Veterans always helping children

    by Mike Siroky Springtime. New blooms signal the annual regeneration of our area. Folks are thinking of gardens to be planted, the summery weather just now weeks away. And Toys For Tots. Of course, it’s…

  • People in the News

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    People in the News

    Local achievers honored during Social Work Month Social worker Richard Hayes of the Gary Community School Corporation was honored on March 25 at Prompt in Merrillville during a Social Work Celebration. In celebration of National Professional…

  • Four-legged food drive

    Four-legged food drive

    The Kibble Kitchen Pet Pantry Inc. is a not-for-profit organization working to help Porter County families keep their pets despite the tough economy. The pantry will collect pet food and pet-related supplies for families in…

  • Living or Lived?

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    Living or Lived?

    by Abigail Joseph Look around … what do you see? How’s the sofa? Does it bring fond memories of a life your living or a life you lived? My sofa is slightly curved and made…