Category Archives: Northwest Indiana

Signs Of Potassium Deficiency by Jodi Barnett

by Jodi Barnett      More people are deficient in key minerals than they realize, and there are symptoms that are often overlooked. Below are some symptoms that one may experience if they are in fact deficient in potassium. Don’t just look for these symptoms in yourself, but a large majority that I am now…

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Nwi Symphony Orchestra Announces 3 Concerts

String Quartet Concert: April 9th,  IN-PERSON: $30 Seating is: Limited Capacity, Socially Distanced, General Admission. Masks will be required at all times while in the building and for the duration of the performance. Temperatures will be taken upon entry.­ In-person attendees will receive a private link to a recording of the concert after April 19, that will be available…

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Bishop Noll receives 10 Music Gold Medals – Makes History

Bishop Noll Institute’s band recently made history at the Indiana State School Music Association (ISSMA) competition. All competitors from Bishop Noll scored gold medals for the first time in school history. Students Nyree Ruiz, of Hammond; Rebecca Carlos, of Hammond; Hanna Abuzead, of Hammond; Arianna Magallanes, of Hammond; Alessandra Lopez, of Hammond; Abigail Wojtaszek, of…

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Print Is Not Dead

Recent Changes in High Tech, cyper theives, hackers, security, identity theft have made Print Cheaper than Digital, plus it’s safer. Security is now a big problem and increasingly and constantly takes new updated software to keep up with cyber criminals. Most Digital Marketing programs cost from $6,000 – $12,000 a year (minimum.) Print is Often…

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Michiana Boat Show – South Bend Indiana

The Michiana Boat show will be held March 19th, 20th and 21st. It will be open on Friday from 2:00pm to 8:00pm; Saturday from 10:00am to 8:00pm and on Sunday from 10:00 am – 4:pm. Get ready for three big days and one huge event at the South Bend Century Center in downtown South Bend. Michiana…

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Save the Dunes Active Supports Great Lakes Coalition

     Boosting federal Great Lakes restoration investments. Ramping upfunding for drinking water and wastewater infrastructure. Enacting a nationwide moratorium on water shut-offs. Prioritizing the communities most impacted by pollution and harm. These are some of the 2021 priorities that Great Lakes advocates brought to members of Congress via dozens of virtual meetings during the…

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Indiana Dunes Native Plant Sale – Order Only

Due to the continued Covid restrictions, the 2021 Native Plant Sale is by order only. The Order Forms are available for printing at the Friends’ website (dunefriends.org) or from a link on our Facebook page.  Paper copies of the 25th Annual Native Plant Sale Order Form are available at the State Park Office and Nature…

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St. Patrick’s Events In Northwest Indiana

From #Crafts to #Parades to #Dinners, #NwIndiana is Celebrating #StPattys this weekend! #StPattys2021 #StPatricks #CornedBeefDinners #StPatricksDay  Date/Time Event 03/11/2021 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm St. Patrick’s Day Dinner – Whiting Whiting American Legion, Whiting IN 03/12/2021 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm Patty O Gnome Canvas Workshop Busy Bees Pottery & Arts Studio – Southlake Mall,…

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Local Illinois/Indiana Directory -Publication is Revived after Closing in 2020

Lithotype Printing out of Lansing, IL, closed it’s doors and ceased operations in October 2020, and the Southeast Buyers’ Directory was purchased by Sue Baxter, president of Baxter Design & Advertising, surprising the 25,000 residents and businesses of Hegewisch, Eastside, Southside Illinois and Whiting Indiana. The “South Chicago, East Side – Hegewisch Directory” was established in 1955 as a…

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Porter County Announced Code Yellow

    It can be difficult and time consuming to follow new cases found each day and the total number of cases and deaths in Lake County, Porter and LaPorte Counties in the state of Indiana. From cities to rural towns, people need to stay informed on where COVID-19 is spreading and to understand how…

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