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Steelworker killed at ArcelorMittal

            EAST CHICAGO – Jason Ham, 33, of Union Township in Porter County, was killed in the finishing department of ArcelorMittal Indiana Harbor East on Wednesday night.             Ham was pronounced dead at 10:58 p.m. The Lake County coroner’s office said the cause of death was blunt force trauma.             A joint management and United …

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Purdue Calumet hosts annual job fair

            HAMMOND – Purdue University Calumet will hold its fifth annual Industrial Job and Resource Fair from noon to 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 29, in the university gymnasium in the Fitness & Recreation Center, south of 173rd Street.             The fair is for job seekers, Purdue Calumet students and alumni. Admission is free and will …

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Astronaut David Wolf visits Purdue

            WEST LAFAYETTE – Purdue alumnus and astronaut David Wolf will be on campus Friday, Oct. 29, to talk about his experiences as an astronaut. His talk begins at 7 p.m. (EST) in Stewart Center’s Fowler Hall.             On Oct. 30, Wolf will take part in Purdue’s annual Space Day.             Wolf was chief of …

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First Financial renovation completed

            HIGHLAND – First Financial Bank has completed a major renovation on its 45th Street Banking Center. The project included a new interior design, new teller lines, and a revamped 10-lane drive-through that includes two full-service ATMs.             “As we continue to grow in this area, the upgrades will allow us to serve clients faster …

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Starke Hospital adds digital mammography

            KNOX – Starke Memorial Hospital has begun offering digital mammography to its patients. The Diagnostic Imaging Department at the hospital said the new equipment and technology allows it to provide incredibly sharp images within seconds.             The equipment includes computer-aided detection technology and allows better detection of any abnormalities.             To schedule an appointment, …

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Volunteers sought to clean up Cowels Bog

            PORTER – Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore is seeking 30 volunteers to help dress up Cowels Bog from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Oct. 30.             The Indiana Coastal Cooperative Weed Management Area, along with NIPSCO’s Environmental Action Team and the lakeshore are organizing the event.             The goal is to restore the area …

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South Bend Symphony’s Pops series opens

            SOUTH BEND – The South Bend Symphony Orchestra will open the KeyBank Pops Series with James Dapogny’s Chicago Jazz Band at 8 p.m. (EST) Saturday, Oct. 23, at the Morris Performing Arts Center.             The orchestra, led by Maestro Tsung Yeh, will provide an evening of “All That Jazz.”             Dapogny founded the band …

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CPA Society hosts small business seminar

            MUNCIE – The “2010 Small Firm: Big Business” conference hosted by Tilson HR and the Indiana CPA Society will be held Thursday, Oct. 21, at the Horizon Convention Center in Muncie.             The focus of the conference is on how to drive business and retain clients with effective marketing. Speakers include Dominic Cingoranelli, CPA, …

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PUC helps families affected by suicide

            HAMMOND – Purdue University Calumet’s Healing Circles suicide survivor monthly support group meets at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 21 at PUC’s Couples and Family Therapy Center, 1247 169th St.             Suicide survivors and friends of survivors are welcome. Admission is free. Groups are set up for adults 18 and old, young adults from 14 …

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